35 Burst results for "K. Yeah"

Ryan Helfenbein of Standing for Freedom Center Describes BLM's Biggest Mistake

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:16 min | 5 hrs ago

Ryan Helfenbein of Standing for Freedom Center Describes BLM's Biggest Mistake

"Take you back. If you're open recall in the summer of 2020, the biggest mistake that the, and I'm talking about the organization called Black Lives Matter incorporated. The biggest mistake they ever made was they named they named men in the nuclear family as the biggest enemy, right of their whole project. They named capitalism. They named nationalism. They knew all these other things. But they literally were attacking and you imagine that this includes black fathers, right? So Black Lives Matter made that mistake. Right now you're seeing within sort of this woke movement and narrative, this attack on evangelicalism and this attack on masculinity. Like those two things are the biggest problem. And the endgame, if anybody's paying attention to any of this, what is the one thing you need Eric to have a cultural revolution that is socialistic that is inherently Marxist and anti God? What do you need? You have to kill religion. You have to kill religion and you have to kill families. The most cohesive structures of any society, the atoms of society are the family and the church. If I can, if I can basically tear those things apart, then I can have a cultural revolution. I can do what Mao Zedong did in China. I can get rid of the four olds. And so this Jesus and John Wayne, which, by the way, I think it's that Calvin college, the professor that writes this, I don't want to give any more attention to Calvin is pretty woke, dude. I mean, it's really breaks my heart that some of these schools have just like they got a wobbly and they slid off the table. I don't know why parents send their kids there anymore, but it's crazy. But they identify you. They identify Franklin Graham. The founder of this school, doctor Falwell, and many others, you guys are the real problem, right? And it's all very obvious that I'm a woman hater. I'm a woman hater. Yeah, it's pretty obvious. Well, think how crazy this is because you have I know how many black men do I know and how many women do I know who are more hyped up about this stuff than I ever could be.

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Dr. Joseph Nicolosi on the Effectiveness of Trauma Treatment for Men Exploring Their Sexuality

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:45 min | 6 hrs ago

Dr. Joseph Nicolosi on the Effectiveness of Trauma Treatment for Men Exploring Their Sexuality

"Now. I know there was a report recently, which is why we're talking that something was able to rather dramatically help people with their attractions. So talk about that report a little bit. Yeah, so a large scale longitudinal study published in the journal of human sexuality a few months ago. Looked at trauma treatment for men with same sex attractions. They didn't even have to be men who wanted to change to heterosexuality. Just men who were open to exploring their sexuality. And these individuals were used re integrate therapy and all we did was treat traumatic memories. That's what we do. We treat traumatic memories, using evidence based treatment approaches. We treat the traumatic memories and over time what they found was of the 75 men they found a statistically significant increase in their heterosexual thoughts, feelings, behavior, and identity. So this is not just behavior modification. If statistically significant decrease in the same sex attractions, thoughts, feelings behavior and identity. And a statistically significant increase in overall psychological well-being. This is what they found. And we did some videos on YouTube and we talked about the studies and we spent quite a bit of time going through it, examining the method that people that people go through in the therapy, we want to make this open-source. We want people to actually see the steps and hear about the published literature. And a week ago, YouTube banned the entire channel, banned all videos. They said they sent him an email. This is hate speech. This is a violation of our standards. And we even had some videos where we showed the exact same treatment model, used for a heterosexual. A heterosexual guy with heterosexual pornography addiction. They banned all of it and said it was hate

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Peter Schweizer Exposes Nancy Pelosi, Dianne Feinstein, and Others in 'Red Handed' Book

Mark Levin

01:33 min | 9 hrs ago

Peter Schweizer Exposes Nancy Pelosi, Dianne Feinstein, and Others in 'Red Handed' Book

"Three let's start there Capitol Hill and let's start with Pelosi and Boehner and Feinstein at all go right ahead Yeah I mean this has been a target for the Chinese intelligence and the Communist Party for a long time And what they do is they basically provide cash rewards in the form of business deals and consulting deals with politicians in the United States So you take violence at dianne Feinstein senator who was chairman of the Senate intelligence committee for many years Her husband Richard Blum did hundreds of millions of dollars with deals in China with state backed companies And this was all going on while she was charting our foreign policy And as I quote in the book she was very apologetic She compared the a tenement square massacre where an estimated 10,000 Chinese civilians were killed some of them were just run over with tanks She compares that to Kent State in the United States On other occasions she said that China is more democratic and representative their dictatorship is than the representative republic that we are in the United States And it kind of reached a crescendo at one point her husband was invested in a Chinese computer company that was selling a computer's to the U.S. Military and had turned out the U.S. Marine Corps discovered that there were bugs on these

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Peter Schweizer on Why No One Calls for Nancy Pelosi or Mitch McConnell's Tax Returns

Mark Levin

01:10 min | 9 hrs ago

Peter Schweizer on Why No One Calls for Nancy Pelosi or Mitch McConnell's Tax Returns

"Nobody but as far as I know but I have been demanding the release of the Pelosi tax returns Why do you think that is They circle the wagon on capital I guess none of them want to release their tax returns You're right I mean Mark this is part of the problem on this issue That this is a bipartisan problem with Pelosi It's a problem with John Boehner It's a problem with Mitch McConnell Mitch McConnell is not going to call out say the bidens on their dealings with the Chinese because his family has his own sweetheart deal Yeah so in this particular case Mitch McConnell is married of course to a lane Chao the transportation secretary of the Trump administration her family owns a shipping company called foremost And the Chinese government are their biggest customers In fact not only are they the biggest customers for Mitch McConnell's family the shipping company has all of its massive cargo ships built by the Chinese governments Those the construction of those ships is financed by the Chinese government and the cruise are all Chinese nationals arranged by the Chinese

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Mark Meckler: 'The Liberty Amendments' Inspired the Solution of Convention of States

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 10 hrs ago

Mark Meckler: 'The Liberty Amendments' Inspired the Solution of Convention of States

"So it's important we got three states you said on the hook here Nebraska is up next Idaho's close South Carolina is close Nebraska South Dakota I'm sorry And then South Carolina I think those are the next three So this is very very important And this is very doable And I got to tell you a story because I was on the floor of today in Iowa I was personally in Iowa in the legislature One of our sponsors represented wills was walking me through the House of Representatives He stopped to drop something off on his desk My office is just desks on the floor of the legislature And on his desk he had a book and that book was liberty amendments And literally he said you're the guy You're the guy that caught him on us He's my sponsor there If this happens there's because of him And it's because he read your book and that inspired him to understand that the solution was article 5 You know Mark Michael let's tell everybody early on you and I both opposed this process then you looked into it I didn't know you were looking into I started to write a book against it and I said wait a minute Why am I against this And then I reverse course and I wrote a book strongly in support of it and then virtually simultaneously you form this organization in this book comes out with any with now any discussion between us correct Yes that's correct Mark I remember when we had the discussion about it and you had written a book and we had me and Mike Ferris had started the organization And I remember telling you this and there was a long pause and you said that's not coincidence That's Providence And it really believe it is because this movement required the intellectual foundation that you provided with the liberty amendments And then it required a bunch of grassroots activism and obviously that's what I know how to do with Mike bearish knew how to do with the home school movement Those kind of things we look at these pivot points in history God puts his hand on things and I'm convinced I was a providential

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Mark Meckler: Call Your State Legislators to Support Convention of States

Mark Levin

01:14 min | 10 hrs ago

Mark Meckler: Call Your State Legislators to Support Convention of States

"What would you like this very patriotic and intelligent audience that supports largely convention of states to do With respect to Nebraska if Nebraska has this key vote this weekend What can we do Yeah look if you're in Nebraska then what you want to do is you want to call your senator and you want to let them know that you're a supporter of conventional states You want it to happen And if they do that then that puts them on record it puts a little bit of extra pressure on their senators I think the same thing can be said We're going to go over to the Senate and South Dakota It's going to be a tight vote over there If there are in South Dakota they should call their senators there And by the way Mark we're close and also in South Carolina We've passed one house and we've already passed the House of Representatives there and we'll be moving in the Senate shortly So if you're in South Carolina call your senator let them know that you're in support This is moving all over the country right now The momentum is just extraordinary Because if not now when Mark Michael this is really the only institutional solution and the framers talked about this They talked about this as a critical process for avoiding violence that when the people really need to speak up and stand up this is the way they're supposed to

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Margaret Brennan Interviews Voters Disappointed With Joe Biden, Washington Politics

Mark Levin

01:38 min | 10 hrs ago

Margaret Brennan Interviews Voters Disappointed With Joe Biden, Washington Politics

"Here we are with Margaret Brennan who she I don't know but she runs this meet the depressed They talked to voters to cut 7 go We are a year into unified democratic control of the house of the Senate of the executive branch The media Go ahead Differently Do you feel that Washington understands what all of you are experiencing out there That is shaking her head no I mean so many of you are But have you always felt that way or is there a new level of sort of skepticism about Washington Yeah I think so I really had such high hopes for this administration when they came in And it's just been one disaster after another Afghanistan inflation take your pick I just don't understand I thought this was going to be a president for the people of the people And I just feel like it's one hurdle after another that we all have to climb Chelsea I saw you raise your hand I do agree that fundamentally for me nothing has changed I think that I am more skeptical now my life has not improved COVID has not improved Biden has not stuck to any of his promises I don't think any one in Washington is really for working people and that has been so clear this year Wow so why are the media doing this ladies and

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Chuck Todd Interviews Georgia Voters in a 'Sour Mood' About the Country

Mark Levin

01:42 min | 10 hrs ago

Chuck Todd Interviews Georgia Voters in a 'Sour Mood' About the Country

"I'll meet the depressed I gotta watch my tongue with this This is schmuck Tod I guess Did you notice he was wearing a tiny jacket mister producer Yeah Look like he should be selling popcorn in a movie theater but that's just me and I think those guys are hard workers as a matter of fact Butter yes or no Imagine doing that for 12 hours mister producer and the minimum wage But anyway chuck Todd they interviewed Georgia voters To find out what they have to say Cut sex go Whole world is just It's a mess With the coming midterms likely a referendum on President Biden voters are in a sour mood This week I traveled to Georgia The state that clinched control of the Senate for Democrats I think there's still a lot of separation A lot of divide We're kind of on a tipping point of polarization I wish we could just Shut up in like agree and listen to each other As to describe America in their own words and our NBC News poll voters use the words divided negative lost bad and downhill I think it's just getting harder to live that American Dream You seem to be a little bit disappointed I am The majority of his voting block I feel that he's ignored us Do you think that President Biden has fought hard enough for the priorities of black voters I do not America's divided I wonder why

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Can Science Recover? Dr. Scott Atlas Explains

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:04 min | 11 hrs ago

Can Science Recover? Dr. Scott Atlas Explains

"How does science recover from this when you've got the highest paid government official in America, Anthony Fauci, $340,000 of taxpayer funding for his paycheck, instigating smear campaigns against fellow scientists recover doctor Atlas. Well, it can. But, you know, by the way, this happened while I was there right behind my back as soon as I said anything at the task force meeting, there were distortions of what I said given to the media and that was clearly from the people in the task force. And the answer is yes it can recover, but we have a hole to dig out from. This is not an easy task because as my friend and colleague Martin kalder said, we've upset a large number of very powerful people, both in science and intimately related to science, meaning the funding of science. And so we need to make sure that the public is educated by block by stopping the censorship and media and in social media. That must be done. We can not have a society like that. But we also need to force these academic institutions, for instance, who are receiving massive federal funding to avoid censorship to avoid a blocking, you know, totally qualified people from speaking out about their interpretation of the data. We need to have presidents and administration leaders both at the state and federal level who understand that government bureaucrats are not the experts. Government bureaucrats can never be in charge. We need to have a large number of people come in from outside the government and add their advice just like president Trump asked me to, just like I brought in scientists from all over the country, we can not have the public somehow automatically trust people just because of their position in a government position or their credential on a piece of paper.

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Who Is Dr. Scott Atlas?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:42 min | 12 hrs ago

Who Is Dr. Scott Atlas?

"He is senior fellow in health policy at the Hoover institution and author, most recently of a fabulous fabulous book, a plague upon a house, my fight at the Trump White House to stop COVID from destroying America. Welcome, doctor Scott Atlas to America first. Oh, thanks for having me. I appreciate that. So we've been tried for the longest time to get you on the show, your buddy Victor Davis Hansen constantly said, yes, you gotta get him on, you gotta get him on. We're delighted to have you on. I've got a multi page multi page resume CV bio for you, so you clearly have the cres for those of our millions of listers who may not have watched you at those press conferences. Please if you would just start as we do with all of our one on one guess, give us a potted summary of who you are, your qualifications and what you are focused on as we speak. Sure. So I am a senior fellow in health policy at a policy institute at Stanford University called the Hoover institution. Where I research and work on healthcare policy solutions, I've been doing that for more than a decade full time before that I had about a 25 year history, a career in academic medicine as a professor in the school of medicine for the last 14 years before the ten years as a professor in chief of neuro radiology at Stanford University school of medicine. And I had a previous experience and the medical science that various top level medical centers in the U.S., including iterative mania, graduated from University of Chicago with my MD degree.

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New York Judge Strikes Down State's Mask Mandate

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:08 min | 13 hrs ago

New York Judge Strikes Down State's Mask Mandate

"Schools told to keep masks after judge overturns mandate. Yeah, they just do whatever they want. They don't care what judges have to say. They don't care if presidents have to say, we're the ones that follow their stupid rules. They don't even follow the correct rules. New York State education officials told school administrators to continue enforcing the state's mask mandate for students and teachers Tuesday, despite a judge ruling overturning it, causing confusion is some districts rushed to make masks optional. The education department said the state has filed notice that it would appeal Monday's ruling by a judge. Quote, while these legal steps occur, it is the New York State's educational department's position that schools should continue to follow the mass rule, even though the judge has said it's unconstitutional it can't be enforced. They're still going to have mask mandates in schools. We've been experiencing this for quite some time, Republicans are so slow to the game and quite honestly behind the ball. They have not cared what judges say for a long time. They built sanctuary cities in New York and Boston in Portland and San Francisco and Chicago. In open defiance to federal immigration law, despite what judges were saying, they have always looked at the courts as a means to the end, but never, as an interruption to their actual aims or ambitions. Now the story is this is that a New York judge has officially struck down the mask mandate and the appeal hearing is possibly this afternoon. Now, in New York, they have this is NBC New York dot com. They say there's a massive COVID surge and it's too bad for the people of New York. My heart goes out for you. You just have a leadership class that doesn't believe in treatments. So just kind of leaving you out to die. I wish that wasn't the case. New York judge ruled Monday that the state mask mandate can not be enforced after it was reinstituted reinstituted by governor Kathy hochul over concerns about a winter surge of coronavirus cases. The attorney general's office immediately filed an intent to appeal, but acknowledged Tuesday morning that the mandate was for now not in place until a hearing could be held.

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The Rich, Wealthy Claim to Be Victims

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:09 min | 15 hrs ago

The Rich, Wealthy Claim to Be Victims

"If race is now the sole immutable barometer of who is a victim who was a victimizer, then LeBron James Jay-Z Kane west Chris Rock Michelle Obama and Oprah Winfrey are always to be among the eternally oppressed. Well, what did the LeBron James say? He scared to walk out of his house? Out of his mansion, yeah. That's exactly right. They're the eternal oppressed. The enormous influence power status and wealthy wield never negates their victimhood. Despite a nation three generations into affirmative action. In the immoral calculus of WOAK the poor white or Southeast Asian offspring of poorly paid high school dropouts constitute the privileged. And a multi millionaire racist like the TV anchorwoman joy read. Claims to be the perpetual victim. Not the inner city African American retiree

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Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Rep. on the Lack of Treatments for Kids

The Dan Bongino Show

01:15 min | 16 hrs ago

Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Rep. on the Lack of Treatments for Kids

"The research the research into leukemia and lymphoma Now you know obviously it's very dependent on the stage They intercept this at but the research is arguably the most important point I mean we've had tremendous breakthroughs In immunotherapy and even in radiation technology which used to be done far differently But these are still treatments We're talking to art yelling from the leukemia and lymphoma society By the way if you'd like to donate Bon Gino dot com slash LLS but some of the stuff we're using to treat is some of the same treatments we've been using for decades now Yeah and thankfully it's starting to evolve but there is some stuff that is still out there and these a lot of what we're using is just for adults Most recently the LS has helped is launching a multiyear initiative which we're calling our children's initiative because it's set to raise a $100 million for more dedicated research just for children because a lot of the treatments out there are just for adults and it's not targeted for our kids which are having more harsher effects from all of these

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Staggering Statistics on People Diagnosed With Blood Cancers

The Dan Bongino Show

01:18 min | 16 hrs ago

Staggering Statistics on People Diagnosed With Blood Cancers

"So Ari when I was going through treatment I was out at both Sloan Kettering and MD Anderson and you see the devastation of this disease I would be sitting there waiting for radiation and chemotherapy and one moment that really stuck out to me as I was getting treatment one day and I was talking to this woman and she told me she'd been given basically a month or two to 11 and she'd been dealing with the disease forever And it's just kind of hit me because mine had been diagnosed early at stage one That even though we've made tremendous advancements against leukemia and lymphoma those advancements aren't enough A lot of people a matter of fact I saw in some of the statistics a third of people don't live 5 years after a diagnosis Is that accurate It is Yeah we're getting closer and closer but yeah just like you said more than a third of patients don't survive after 5 years How many people per year are roughly diagnosed with this dreadful disease these blood cancers leukemia and lymphoma What's the give me a rough idea of how prevalent this problem is I don't have a number on it per year but about a hundred every 180 seconds someone in the U.S. is diagnosed with a blood cancer

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How Your Donations for Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Work

The Dan Bongino Show

01:34 min | 16 hrs ago

How Your Donations for Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Work

"As you know this is political show but not everything in life is political thankfully right And one of the things that wasn't political for me was when I was diagnosed with cancer last year it was a really traumatizing moment as it would be for anyone is diagnosed with lymphoma Here to talk about lymphoma and to help us raise some money to hopefully decrease the number of people who ever have to have that moment again is already Dylan from the LLS leukemia and lymphoma society Ari thanks for joining me really appreciate it Thank you so much for having me I appreciate your time No listen this is obviously a very important topic to me We raised a lot of money for the LLS last year My daughter Isabel thought it was really important because this is such a devastating disease and this year we're looking at top that We have great listeners in this audience The website if you'd like to donate folks bongino dot com slash LLS Ari about leukemia and lymphoma all of the money that's raised Where does it go What is it Is it research Is it assistance What happens with the money Yeah so the funds that our campaigns raise it goes through a few different things It goes to continuing research for life saving therapies like targeted immunotherapies that are saving thousands of lives It goes towards blood cancer information education and support for our patients and our families It goes to support our patients in their communities and also to drive policies that are increasing development and access to new

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Caller Comments on Mark Davis & Mike Gallagher's Take on Biden's 'S.O.B.' Comment

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:53 min | 18 hrs ago

Caller Comments on Mark Davis & Mike Gallagher's Take on Biden's 'S.O.B.' Comment

"Every morning I do a hit with Mark Davis on his morning show on 6 60 a.m. the answer in Dallas, we post every one of them on the Mike Gallagher show podcast, he and I are very like minded and we're dear Friends off the air as well as on, but once in a while we disagree, you can check out that podcast, by the way, as I guess Dale does in Detroit, Mike online dot com subscribe to our podcast. Get the M and M experiences we call it because it's a great, it's a great ten minutes or so of radio. And today was action packed. So whose side are you on on this one this morning, Dale? Well, first of all, I listen to it live and I'm on not on your side today. That's all right. Tell me, tell me why. So you don't think we look silly when we complain about Biden calling douchey an SOB after four years of mister mister Trump? In this particular case, context is key because in Trump's case, when he called Todd an SOB, it was right out in plain sight. He was doing a speech. And it was more like, oh, that's kind of a crazy SOB. SOB. He said, oh, he's a sleepy SOB. Whereas in this case, Biden said it kind of under his breath, aside. And he was actually calling him. It's a totally different thing. Yeah. I understand. But I just think we just you're not wrong. Mark wasn't wrong, it just to me appears kind of silly and sort of gives them a lot of ammunition when they say, you poor snowflake Trump supporters. You defended Trump for four years and now all of a sudden you're getting you're offended at Joe Biden calling Peter douche and SOB. It just seems silly to me. This laugh that we shot laughing off and realizes the other caller said, this is a symptom of Biden, Biden, losing complete control of this presidency.

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Peter Doocy and Jesse Watters Laugh off Joe Biden's 'S.O.B.' Comment

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:29 min | 18 hrs ago

Peter Doocy and Jesse Watters Laugh off Joe Biden's 'S.O.B.' Comment

"Peter and Fox News channels Jesse waters yesterday. There was a group of reporters that were all gathered. We listened to him explain the competition counsel, which is the reason that he's having this meeting with most of the cabinet. And somebody shot it out a question about Russia. And the president said, I'm not going to take questions right now about anything off topic. So I shouted out. Something that's not on my two pages of questions about crime. Okay, what about inflation, do you think inflation is a political liability? In the midterms. And then he said that. And I couldn't even hear him because people were shouting at us to get out, but somebody came up to me in the briefing room a few minutes later and said, did you hear what the president said? And I said, no, what? They said he called you a stupid SOB, and I said, did he say SOB in the person said, no. He did the elongated version. You know on time? So do you see, I think the president's right, you are a stupid. Yeah, nobody is fact checked in yet. No, it's given Pinocchio's for that one. That's classic. And that's the right. CNN never did that when Trump said something that they found offensive. MSNBC never I mean, they took Trump so seriously that they were thrown into fits of rage and hyperventilation.

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Lehner makes 34 saves, Golden Knights shut out Capitals 1-0

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 d ago

Lehner makes 34 saves, Golden Knights shut out Capitals 1-0

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"k. yeah" Discussed on The Daily Boost

The Daily Boost

01:35 min | 1 d ago

"k. yeah" Discussed on The Daily Boost

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"k. yeah" Discussed on School of Motion Podcast

School of Motion Podcast

06:07 min | 2 weeks ago

"k. yeah" Discussed on School of Motion Podcast

"So understanding character design and doing a workshop about it is I'm like, I gotta do that. I don't know what it is yet, but I have to do that. And yeah, I mean, it's December now, but last month, I decided I'm like, okay, I need to come up with a workshop. So I'm going to do it about character design. And full disclosure. I'm working on it right now. I have a rough outline. I know what I want it to be, but there's also a reality. It's probably going to be just a few hours. So I can't do everything, but my goal for that or that workshop is to get everyone drawing and at least being comfortable with the idea of designing their own character. And set yourself up for success. So we're going to cover just some fundamentals of how do you put a character together how to proportions work and also more importantly, the idea that anything can be a character. It doesn't have to look like concept art, it doesn't have to look like a Pixar sketch. You don't even need to know underlying form and structure of the human figure. That's all really good stuff. Don't get me wrong. If you really want to pursue that, definitely check that out. But that's not what this workshop is. This workshop is about having fun and learning how to make your own character. No matter what it looks like and being comfortable doing that, and then hopefully, after the workshop, with what you've learned in a public leave a little takeaway, you can continue to explore that. And hopefully that will be the entry point into learning more about character design for people. You have a line here that could be a line from a beatle song. But you have this line that says a square squiggle a single little pixel. I love the idea that anything can be a character. You don't have to be an expert draftsman, but you do need to understand how to create something that people empathize with, that people associate through charm and appeal those fundamentals of animation design also apply to motion design, but it's not one set of rules, right? It's not just like, okay, the head needs to be this size and it needs to be the body needs to be 5 heads tall for it to be able to be appealing. The eyes have to be. Again, you can get into what we just talked about. Even something that should just be as fun as doodling a character, you can go down the rabbit hole of like this is the 12 steps to making a perfect character that I'm excited that this is not gonna be that. No way. I'm not that good. There are people who are so much better at that stuff. So yeah, I'm not going to do that. But I go back to this though Greg is that that's what makes motion design so interesting is that it doesn't have to be that. We can be informed by the 95 years of history of Disney style animation or we can be informed by anime or manga or any great illustrations we love. But most design has a different set of expectations. Like if you go to watch a Disney film or a Pixar film, there's an expectation of what it has to hit in terms of like a level of production quality and draftsmanship and you know what to expect from a story. And if it doesn't hit that, there's something wrong with it. There's something strange, but I just did a really cool podcast with Sarah Beth Morgan and Taylor Jonathan Hamilton about their short film coming out called between lines. And it does not, it is animated with the same level of craftsmanship as any other animated feature or short. But it feels like something that could only come from motion design because the rules are different. The expectations are different coming from our side of the creative arts that I love this idea that you don't have to spend four years at a school and interning at a major studio to be able to design a character that can be animated well and tell a story. You can take what you already know and use the things that you use day to day in a way that makes things look different and might catch people's attention in a totally different way. Totally. Yeah, characters are just their little like storytelling vessels. That's all they are. They're supposed to be, they're supposed to make you feel something. And that's what a story does. Square can make you feel a lot of things. I love that. I love that as the core idea behind us. Okay, so tell us where this is called the character design with Greg gun. Where can people go to sign up for this? And when should we expect to be signing up for this? Yeah. So I don't know when this episode will come out. But the workshops themselves, there's two. They're on January 12th in January 13th. One of the a.m. one the p.m.. And you can sign up right now, hopefully still. So it's available. Sounds awesome. And we will include the link here everywhere you might find this podcast, but I think I'll be signing up for the second one in the p.m., so if you want to take a drawing class and see my smiling face, I will be there on the second day, the one that happens at night. Greg, thank you so much. I always love talking to you. I'm glad that we got you down on the podcast and yes, my name is Ryan summers, and I'm a Beatles fan and your name is Greg Gunn. And yes, you are a designer. Yeah, all right, I guess. Cool. Thank you, Greg, thank you so much for the time. Oh, I appreciate it, Ryan. Thanks a lot for having me. I'm so stoked that I got to spend some time with Greg gun. You got to hear us talk about all kinds of things. Probably a little bit too much about The Beatles, but yes, Greg gun is a designer. And if you're listening to this, you can be too. Design fundamentals are really the software that drives every single decision we make. And as cool as it is to learn new tools and learn new techniques and pick up things like VR and AR and all that stuff that's out there that's super exciting. Every button press every decision you make is informed by what you know about design, which is again why I really wanted to hear from Greg gun and understand how he brings design into his every day activities. So, as always, here at school motion, we are here to inspire you, introduce you to new people, and just show you what's on the horizon for the world of motion design. Until next time, peace.

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"k. yeah" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

Elevation Church Podcast

02:36 min | 3 months ago

"k. yeah" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

"Up. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Music_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Music> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Male> Only Jesus <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> can look at Peter. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Male> And see <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> through the Simon that's <Speech_Male> sitting by the fire. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> And see the Peter <Speech_Male> who will preach the <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> first sermon. <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Music_Male> On <Speech_Music_Male> the day of penne cost. <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> That will build the church. <Speech_Music_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> So I wonder <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> will you stand up, <Speech_Music_Male> Peter? <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Not mean stand up. <Speech_Male> Like right now. <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> I'm closing. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Let's see. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> When I finished speaking, <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> sometimes that's when God <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> starts talking. That's why <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> I don't understand y'all who <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> slip out when I'm doing this <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> part of the message. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> It <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> makes no sense to me. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> Because <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> when I've finished talking, <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Male> that's when God starts. <Speech_Male> And he says, that <Speech_Male> was your word. <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> Yes, you. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> I'm <Speech_Male> gonna use you to <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> preach on <Speech_Male> the day of Pentecost. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> And I <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> see it even while you're sitting <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> by the fire. <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> So <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> God, <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> this is <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> a moment <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> for you to <Speech_Male> bring forth <Speech_Male> out of <Speech_Male> broken nets. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Amazing glory. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Amazing <Speech_Male> purpose. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> Amazing <Speech_Male> grace. <Speech_Male> I have <Speech_Male> spoken today <Speech_Male> to the Simon, <Speech_Male> but you <Speech_Male> see the Peter. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> I thank you lord that <Speech_Male> everybody under the <Speech_Male> sound of my voice <Speech_Male> right now <Speech_Male> is going to <Speech_Male> survive the system. <Speech_Male> 'cause you're praying <Speech_Male> for him. <Speech_Male> Because you live <Speech_Male> to make intercession. <Speech_Male> Because you <Speech_Male> are our great high <Speech_Male> priest, Jesus, <Speech_Male> and just lift your <Speech_Male> hands right now and say, <Speech_Male> I will survive <Speech_Male> the sifting. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Not only that, <Speech_Male> but I'm gonna get knowledge <Speech_Male> and <Speech_Male> self control <Speech_Male> and perseverance. <Speech_Male> I went in <Speech_Male> Simon and I'm <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> coming out Peter <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> because God <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> knows what's in <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> me. <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Music_Male> Yes. <Speech_Music_Male> Me. <Speech_Music_Male> Yes. <Music> <Advertisement> <Music> <Advertisement> <SpeakerChange> You. <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Male> I <Speech_Male> want you to claim it by <Speech_Male> faith right now say <Speech_Male> that word. <Speech_Male> Was <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> for me? <Speech_Male> Now receive <Speech_Male> it receive <SpeakerChange> that receive it <Speech_Music_Male> received it received the receipt <Speech_Music_Female> of the scene. <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> <Music> <Speech_Music_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Already <Speech_Music_Male> chose and <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Male> I know who I <Music> am. <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Male> I know what you've <Music> spoken. <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <Music> I'm already <Music> loved <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> more <Speech_Music_Male> than I could <Speech_Music_Male> imagine. <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> Well,

"k. yeah" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

Elevation Church Podcast

03:21 min | 3 months ago

"k. yeah" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

"Jesus died to bring forth. That he died to bring for it. So. When Peter was sitting. Look 22 60 something. 50 something 60 something. I don't remember. Can you put it up, please? They took Jesus away to the house of the high priest and Peter followed at a distance. And when Peter had. And when some there had kindled a fire in the middle of the courtyard and has sat down. Together. Peter. Sat down with him. This is the moment I want you to see. While Peter was sitting by the fire, denying Christ. And that may have been you lately. I don't mean you deny believing in God. I mean, you are denying his purpose in your life. You are denying what he spoke over you. You are not playing your part. You're not showing up. You're sitting by comfort, fire. Waiting to see what's going to happen next. This was crazy to me. This was crazy to me. I thought the message was prepared, y'all. I came out the preacher. The lawyer said, look one more time. Peter sat by the fire. Next first, please. And the servant girl saw him and said this man was with him next verse. And he denied it woman, I don't know him. Not me. Yes, you. A little later someone said, you are one of them. Not me. Is that in the posture of your heart? I can't do it, guy. I don't have that knowledge. I don't have that perseverance. I don't have that self control. I'm stuck, nobody showed me how. A third time, a little later, next first, please. Another fellow with him for years ago Leon. Peter replied, man. I'm not talking about just to see you speak in the rooster crow. This will I solve for 61. The lord turned and looked straight at Peter. What did he see? Peter. Even as Simon sat by the fire. Even in your addiction. Even in your mistake. Even in your denial. Oh, he can't deny himself. If we are faithless, he is faithful. What did Jesus see when he looked at Simon sitting by the fire? He saw axe chapter two verse 14. That's right. I'm gonna tell you exactly what Jesus cease in that moment he looks at Peter. He doesn't look at him. What a failure. What a waste. I never should have saved him. I never should have gave him a chance. I never should have put him there. I never saw that coming. Jesus looks at Peter. By the fire in the courtyard, outside the office of the high priest, and he sees the Peter in Simon. Because Zack's chapter two verse 14 says something amazing. Then Peter. Stood up. Then Peter stood.

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"k. yeah" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

Elevation Church Podcast

01:33 min | 3 months ago

"k. yeah" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

"You've been feeling like you've been going backwards lately, right? Right? There's somebody maybe not everybody with somebody, somebody somebody's somebody. I don't feel like I'm going backwards. Oh, God, I'm feeling like more tempted now. Oh, God, I'm feeling like it's harder now. I'm feeling less sure. I'm feeling less certain. I don't know what to do. I used to know I don't know anymore. You're not going backwards. That's called the sifting. The sifting. When Jesus got in Peter spoke, he not only knew they were fish in that spot where there weren't a little while ago. He knew about the sin that was in some and Simon's only speaking about the city he knows about. Jesus knows the future ones you didn't even think to include on your resume. And he's still got in. Wow. So I want to take you for a moment to pass overnight before Jesus goes to the cross. To die for Simon. And James and John. And Judas. And you too. Yes, you. Well, no, it's either pre drug than going to church since George Bush. 6 years old and mom, you stick me over there to the vacation Bible school. I'm not really one of these centers. You ever heard of self righteousness? That's a pretty good thing too. Now you can't see it on the surface. But if you let down the nets far enough, there's a Simon inside all of us. Don't let anybody make you feel inferior, like you can't praise God. Like you can't worship God like God can't use you. Don't you ever let.

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"k. yeah" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

Elevation Church Podcast

04:56 min | 3 months ago

"k. yeah" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

"I'm a petty person. And then we brag about it. Oh, that's just how I am. That's just how I am. And so Simon says, throw a fit, you throw a fit, because that's just how I am. Simon says for you to isolate yourself in. You know, hide and just kind of like set yourself over here because you're defective. Oh, that's just how I am. That's just my luck. That's just the way it's always been. If it wasn't for bad luck, I wouldn't have no look at all. But he's permanently Peter temporarily Simon. And so I saw God brings the partners. Godman's the nets, all the things I talked to you about last week. Did you hear last week? God gives you the nod. Just say, yes, you. I'm gonna end your nets. I'm gonna bring you partners. I'm gonna show you where to fish. And by the way, I'm not gonna just show you how to catch more fish. I'm a teacher to fish for something different. I'm gonna teach you how to fish for what really matters. That's what you're going through right now. God is drawing out bringing forth. God is parenting you. They say that Jesus was teaching Peter, but really he was parenting Peter. He was bringing fourth Peter. Peter means Petrov's Peter means rock, Peter means solid. And that's you. Yes. You. Not John this time. I don't think Peter ever really understood this, though, because after Jesus rose from the dead. Jesus looked back at John who was kind of like stalking him. He could tell him it's kind of creepy, you know, he was saying something a lot of calls himself the one Jesus loved and stuff like that in the description. And the lord is telling Simon Peter, he's still both. You know, you think income is point in your life. I don't know, maybe, maybe you never thought this. I'm gonna come to a place where I'm gonna be completely Peter. Completely solid. Completely on Christ the solid rock I stand. And that's be wonderful. And if you have the book that tells me how to always be Peter, would you please autograph it, Jesus and hand it to me and I will buy it. I'm so sick of fake people acting like they are never Simon. I wish I had 5 minutes to find your assignment, and then I could expose you in front of the whole E fam. But Jesus is so good for Peter, he said. Don't be afraid. Give me versed in. From now on. Look 5 ten from now on. There you go. From now on. He's already Peter. But if he stays stuck in silent. He will never see Peter. Jesus sees Peter in every assignment. Yes, you. Jesus sees the Peter. Do you think he can see the fish at the bottom of the Lake of ganesa at? And he can't see the Peter? At the bottom of you? But he's gonna have to draw it out. Peter looked back at John and said, what about him? And Jesus said to Peter, what about him? You leave that to me. You must follow me. You. Yes. Yeah. Yes. Yeah. Do you have a little thing in you that says not me? I do. Sometimes I hear somebody, even another preacher will be saying, you're more than a conqueror. And my inner Simon is like, not you. I think that's a good place to start. Because it puts you on your knees like Peter at Jesus feet, which is something God can use. But I think it's a bad place to stop. And the lord gave me a message today to preach to somebody who feels stuck where you started. Stuck. Where you started. Stuck in Simon. Stuck. I'm a sinful man. You are, but he died for you. So that's what you were. Now you're a saint. A Holy See. Still got some patterns, that's called the flesh. Simon never leaves. You just have to tell him where to sit..

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"k. yeah" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

Elevation Church Podcast

01:44 min | 3 months ago

"k. yeah" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

"Oh no. Before? I could even get the microphone on. My batteries wanted to die. Not the batteries on the microphone. The batteries in me. But that doesn't cancel what God spoke. Because Peter Simon had enough sense to say, because you say so, it doesn't matter how I feel about it. I can go off your word. Oh, yeah, by the way. I want to tell you something. Jesus didn't need Peter's boat. That's why I was so powerful when Holly was looking talking to me and y'all were listening. She said, yes, you. Y'all are like, oh, that's my word, and I'm like, that's cute. It's my word. Because what I heard in that word was, he wants you. That's hard for me to believe. People don't use you because they want you. They use you because they need you. I give Peter credit for a self awareness. I'm a sinful man. Now, that's exactly what Jesus knew. When he went to the cross. All that was in you. That's what he died for. He's going to take care of that in Jerusalem. But for now, and I may say it this way on elevation nights tour this week. He stepped in. Grace got in the boat. Knowing. Knowing. Jesus needed nothing..

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"k. yeah" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

Elevation Church Podcast

01:33 min | 3 months ago

"k. yeah" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

"God, you're a soprano. You're a bassist fake prayer, you pray. God I just want your glory. You're gone. Your glory? No, you don't? Not yet? You have to start where you are when you come to God. I praise Peter for his awareness of how Simon he still is. His first instinct was not. That's right, Jesus. You picked the right boat this time, brother. And I'll tell you what, this boat's gonna carry you all around the I'm gonna take you places to preach. You picked the right boat, Jesus. You got the right captain. He said, I'm. I'm a sinful man. I'm a sinful man. You spoke about what was beneath the surface of the waters. But I don't want to, I don't want to let you too close. You might see what's beneath the surface. Of me. I don't get to see the real you when I'm preaching. I see this. The surface. Sunday. Sanctify. You sitting in that seat. My preaching began to change when I realized I'm really preaching to two use. Simon and.

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"k. yeah" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

Elevation Church Podcast

03:22 min | 3 months ago

"k. yeah" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

"Even before Peter did. And God sees the patient kind loving joyful free you before you even believe that you exist. And the surprising part of the text is that Simon Peter, they're both in the same boat, kind of represents the flesh and the spirit to me when I think about it. When he sees all the fish in his boat, you would think he'd be happy. Oh, thank you, Jesus. PTO. Praise emojis. But he felt that Jesus's knees and said, we're seeing, go Laura. I am a sinful man. For he and his companions were astonished. At what God saw beneath the surface. And brought forth to his boat. They were astonished at the catch of fish. They had taken. And so were James and John, nobody expected this, the sons of zebedee, Simon's partners, then Jesus. Said to Simon, don't be afraid from now on. You will fish for people. That's not what you want him to say, you know? You want them to be late. Don't be afraid, Peter. From now on, I'm gonna go fishing with you every time. And I'm gonna show you every spot. You're not gonna have to fish all night and catch nothing anymore. We even have some 5 minute fishing trips. I'm gonna just tell you where to put down the next. And boom, that's what we're gonna got to do, right? That's what we want God to do, right? No, pastor Steven. I want God to take 15 years to fix my problem. In the past, Steven. But I give Simon credit. I give Simon Peter credit for his self awareness. Self awareness is a wonderful thing. Self awareness will save you from doing stupid things. But self awareness as you go about to see in this text, it can only take you so far. Because Simon is aware of his simpleness, but he is not yet aware of his Peter Ness. I'm making up a word just to make a point. Simon says, go away from me, lord, I'm a sinful man. And he's scared because you would be, too, like, how did you see that at the bottom of the ocean? We have a fish in here all night. We've been fishing our whole lives. You're a rabbi. You're a Carpenter. You know more about the water than we do when you've worked with your whole life. If you solve that beneath the surface, I wonder what you see in me. Most of us are still scared of God. We are. That's why we pray fake. You use some words when you pray. Well, I just never heard you use those words to last you to say the blessing. That was mightiest goddess. I prayed that Taoist would visit his dust as in this moment as what is this superlative nest that you are. I'm not even hurt your voice drop that low, oh my.

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"k. yeah" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

Elevation Church Podcast

07:19 min | 3 months ago

"k. yeah" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

"He's nodding. He really heard it. That was the message. It was about the God nod. How God chooses you. Yes you. Dirty you. Sorry. Beautiful you. You want to affirm you today? But seriously, it took me back to I'm gonna be in Luke 5, went through 11 to start with again. That won't be where we end, but we'll start there. The best sermon I think was ever preached here was the one Holly preached for the church anniversary. It was still before everybody was able to come back in the room fully and all of those things. So, you know, it's weird times. But I usually come over with or when she preaches and listen to her, do the sermon before she does it. And then I culture afterwards, but I've learned not to try to coach her to preach it like I would preach it. Just to help her find the best and yes, there have been tears during those coaching sessions and we have gone home in separate cars before after those coaching sessions. Now I'm just kidding, it's usually pretty good. But when I came for that one, I don't remember what she called the message, but I remember one part about it, was she was standing in the pulpit, looking so attractive and anointed. They're not mutually exclusive. And she said, in the middle of her message, she's preaching about Gideon and God calling him a warrior when he felt like a whim. And he had to become what God saw that he already was. And she said, during the run through, she said, yes, you. And I couldn't take any more notes after she said that. Because, you know, you ever been in church where it felt like God was speaking just to you? And so when she preached it, she said, put it in the chat, yes, you. Gonna do it right now, put inside. Yes, you. And when she said that, I thought they can put it in the chat all they want. But that's my word. She's talking to me right now. I think what made it powerful really was not only what she spoke but who spoke it. Because I also know what it cost her to stand in front of our church and preach with such power. And I go back to these outtakes in my mind, of her telling me. I'll never preach like so and so. Oh, I know that I should be able to be a leader, but you know, I'm really not a leader like so and so. And to see that one, I'm not gonna lie y'all it was kind of sexy and spiritual at the same time to see her up there going. Yes, you, but I knew that for her to say that to the whole church. She had to first say it to herself. That she had to push through all of these preferences. And even push through what she considered to be her own personality to step out of her comfort zone. And to walk in her calling. Yes, you. But it hit me right in my heart. I struggled with the same thing. Like I tell you all the time. And it was like we were just right there and she was saying, you are the one that God has chosen to do the thing that got assigned for you to do. Yes, you. She just said it as one line. I'm gonna make a whole sermon out of it today. From Luke chapter 5 verse one through 11. And I want to read it again and if you come out to elevation nights, I might still be in Luke chapter 5. Because this is really good to me. Of course, we were noticing some things about the text last week, but let me just read it through briefly. One day, as Jesus was standing by the Lake of Guinea, the people were crowding around him and listening to the word of God. And he saw at the water's edge, two boats. How many boats? Oh, so he could get in either one he wants to. But he got in the one belonging to Simon. Now notice what it says. They were left there versus two part B, by the fishermen who were washing their nets, mending their nets. Kind of like calling it a night, you know? We didn't catch anything. Ah, let's just get the nets ready. We'll go again, you know, get them next time, slugger, good game. He got into one of the boats, the one belonging to Simon. That's the phrase right there. The one belonging to Simon, the one belonging to Simon, whose name was changed later to Peter. So if you're a little confused right now, you're like, wait a minute. I thought that Jesus used Peter's boat. He did, but he's still Simon because you know, we sing a song at Churchill called waymaker, miracle worker. We didn't write it. I wish we did. That's a good song. But it says, I promise keeper. It lists all these things that God is. He's a maker. He's a chainbreaker, but I'm going to tell you what, we could write another verse on it. He's a name changer. He's a name changer. Something people have called you all your life God will get down on the inside of you and show you that door something else. Something totally different. Name change or miracle worker. I like it. Let's work it up. But he gave an instruction, and this is cool. Look at verse four. It's what I was just describing when God speaks directly to you. When he had finished verse four, when he had finished, speaking, he said to Simon, so that's the personal word. You got to listen for that. When the sermon ends, sometimes that's where God will speak the most to you. So Jesus is teaching all these deep things, all the kingdom of God is like a pearl, the kingdom of God is like the kingdom of God is like, and then he turns to Simon and says there's something that I want you to do based on what you just heard. And a lot of times, when I stop breaching, you stop listening and that's where God would give you the breakthrough. So you gotta listen real good and be careful who you go to lunch with after I preach. Because he'll be talking about something so stupid and something so off subject. And sometimes you need to be like, I need 15 minutes. I need 15 seconds. It doesn't even take God long. He's speaking. The kingdom of God is like he sits down in the boat. He teaches the crowds and then he turns to Simon. Who will later be named Peter? But he's already Peter. But he's still Simon. And the process of discipleship is not God changing you into something else. It's him revealing..

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"k. yeah" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

Elevation Church Podcast

02:19 min | 3 months ago

"k. yeah" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

"I mean? I don't want Jenna and John Sal have been marriage problems when they get back from tour. What happened to your marriage? We went out to leave worship. Y'all sharing a bomb? You should talk to somebody. That'd be pretty good strategy. Share them all. You know what I mean? I'm gonna get the cuddle. But it's gonna be amazing. It's gonna be amazing. And we'll be for those of you who still want to come. There are still some tickets left. And if you know somebody in the following areas, there's still time to tell them to come out. Atlanta, Tuesday, one month this is October 26th. Nashville, the next night. Then I don't want to give them the nights just the towns. Tulsa? Dallas. Houston. So that's going to be awesome because when I'm in Atlanta Tuesday, I'm going to say go braves. When I'm in Houston, I'm going to say go Astros. Because I'm a hypocrite, Gary. I will pander. I will. I won't even know I did it. I guess they will now, but I'm doing it anyway. Houston, Fort Worth, Houston. Orlando, Fort Lauderdale. Jacksonville. So if you can make it, elevation nights dot com we are gonna bring it's gonna be game 7 every night. The World Series, the World Series of worship. That's what we should call the tour of the World Series of worship. But no seriously we're so excited for us. Gonna be amazing. Absolutely amazing. And today guess what? There is a word from the lord for you in the house. I'd like you to say that by faith and say, there is a word from the lord for me. Now look at somebody else and say, there is a word. Put it in the chat. Why are you not putting it in the chat? All right? Everybody in the room say it. Whenever location, there is a word..

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"k. yeah" Discussed on Audible Orgy

Audible Orgy

02:11 min | 11 months ago

"k. yeah" Discussed on Audible Orgy

"Have you seen ireland. Yesterday we would not be a yes we would not be is available at. Actually you know each. I only interview at purpose. You know a lot of people. Like oh i just wanna interview first of all. I don't care you don't what you got going on if it's not aligned with what my beliefs are. I'm good. i'm jason for nobody because our plug in You know that's what i don't deem i don't believe in that whole At amount of likes go talk to them now. I liked him. I wanted him likes. They got so sidetrack but just a quick second. So i watched coming to america last night. Okay and i'm not gonna not gonna spill the beans or anything. But i i will save this. I hate when they put celebrities in something just because they're a celebrity shell. Maybe they were just sitting. No outside begging being gone beato i. I hate that or you hire that person. Because they're instagram famous avenue. We just discussed where the prince came from the guy that played the role of came son. Who is easy. These a comedian that's that's real team-mate also goes no no. That was. That was wesley snipes. I'm talking about new york. Jeremy girly yeah. He's a comedian comedian. He's good he's he's coming up like there's a lot of dc of these lot of dc in the film. Yeah okay up sitcom out for a couple of seasons Doughnut shop or donuts or something like that. I can't remember billable his.

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Audible Orgy

02:11 min | 11 months ago

"k. yeah" Discussed on Audible Orgy

"Have you seen ireland. Yesterday we would not be a yes we would not be is available at. Actually you know each. I only interview at purpose. You know a lot of people. Like oh i just wanna interview first of all. I don't care you don't what you got going on if it's not aligned with what my beliefs are. I'm good. i'm jason for nobody because our plug in You know that's what i don't deem i don't believe in that whole At amount of likes go talk to them now. I liked him. I wanted him likes. They got so sidetrack but just a quick second. So i watched coming to america last night. Okay and i'm not gonna not gonna spill the beans or anything. But i i will save this. I hate when they put celebrities in something just because they're a celebrity shell. Maybe they were just sitting. No outside begging being gone beato i. I hate that or you hire that person. Because they're instagram famous avenue. We just discussed where the prince came from the guy that played the role of came son. Who is easy. These a comedian that's that's real team-mate also goes no no. That was. That was wesley snipes. I'm talking about new york. Jeremy girly yeah. He's a comedian comedian. He's good he's he's coming up like there's a lot of dc of these lot of dc in the film. Yeah okay up sitcom out for a couple of seasons Doughnut shop or donuts or something like that. I can't remember billable his.

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"k. yeah" Discussed on The Attention Collection

The Attention Collection

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"k. yeah" Discussed on The Attention Collection

"The film Don't Think Twice written and directed by comedian. Mike Birbiglia is about a New York improv troupe trying to navigate the unexpected on and off stage. And there's this great scene in the film where one of the characters is talking about the magic of improv. She says they'll close once said watching great improv is like watching people put the plane together when they're already in the sky. I love that visual because it's ridiculous and yet that's exactly what it feels like on last week's episode. We went back to that old improv show Whose Line Is It Anyway the one where Drew Carey opens each episode reminding the contestants that everything's made up and the points don't matter and I compared that to our lives because most of us carry ourselves like we're performing Shakespeare's For critics when in reality, we're all just making it up as we go and that's a good thing because the rules and Norms scripted for us by society that are all made up and there's freedom and going off book but there are actually rules in improv and one of them stands out Above the Rest of em want to spark creativity and connect with others and figure out how to put this plane together while we're flailing in mid-air. We have to.

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"k. yeah" Discussed on Zero Credit(s)

Zero Credit(s)

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"k. yeah" Discussed on Zero Credit(s)

"Twitter dot com and. John has what that stands for. That stands stands for Jesus Christ. Where did he go at there? Okay okay that's right at we what the fuck. DC PC W.H. Day At twitter DOT COM. That's how you say that twitter handle We are on a a couple of new things. Were on Pod chaser which is like a new podcast social media thing if you look for us on Pod chaser zero credits will pop up. Leave us a review on that. I don't know what happens. I don't know they they they hoodwinked me. John they added made. They made me out a pond chaser thing. I don't know. Look us up on pod chaser. We are on Apple podcasts. If you leave us a rating and review on that we can climb those charts and twenty twenty and become More popular than other people. No more ferron. We're also on spotify. You can finding by searching for zero credit open. PARENTHESIS closed mom man zero credit open for the C S closed for the on on spotify in the in the podcast section of spotify that sound my wife watches us so I guess it works. I don't know I've had never used spotify is that we can listen to John. The Laney's album is a comedy album. Called top part can't well that's too bad but last but not least in twenty twenty. I know you're GonNa talk to at least one person so tell them about zero credits podcast and they might tell a whole bunch more people you never ever no. You can't dictate what people do with the information you give them. That's how Nazi started. Wait anyway that's the social media. WRAP UP WE'RE NOT GONNA linger on this Where that's GONNA move on? I need I need to say word of mouth is the only way we can survive now. I did miss the whole part parts. John I literally just talked about where to the mouth. I didn't say the phrase. Okay I just said word of mouth the only way we can survive. Now this is pod chasing. Oh Pa Chaser. Yeah you mentioned podge. We could give them that. Ah For free now. This was pod chasing. Yeah you'd think they would have thought of it already. I don't know if the thought of much because they made a whole platform and then like bullied me into joining it and then I realized no one else was what Kinda knuckleheads out there. Running pod chaser. I don't know so we're going to take it to the establishment. They did a weird thing. There was like tell us what your podcast low like. Link your latest episode but said Pod chaser links only so I thought all well. This was a big deal. People have parties your links and then I look at the other people in Bot chaser and it's like us and a bunch of people had never heard of just a bunch of other other rubes. Yeah well maybe it will become famous early adopters by just have to say what kind of knuckleheads running that operation. And I hate it from everyone here at the zero credits. Two Bedroom. Two bathroom spider infested apartment studios. We WanNa wish you a happy new year. How long can you keep saying that accent at the two people today? Happy New Year. Yeah I think you probably can say say it up until the point where there are no more years. Okay and Happy Week Goodbye. Yeah yes yeah yes yes yes yes. It was really like to know what to say. You said it in the stupidest way. However you're imagining.

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"k. yeah" Discussed on Zero Credit(s)

Zero Credit(s)

12:22 min | 2 years ago

"k. yeah" Discussed on Zero Credit(s)

"Yes so they have. They've requested all to be withdrawn because they do not want troops from a government that is committed war crimes against a partner nation of Iraq in and the the United States then set unequivocally we will not be removing. US troops from Iraq the the United States then issued a letter stating we are removing US troops for positions in Iraq. The US. I said that letter was never supposed to go up. Because it was a draft and sending it was a mistake. Oh my gosh. The era the everything. Everything is going insane. The Hen House is upside down. I saw I've seen so many things on on twitter. This like hey this so you know. People have Iran. This is the people of America here. We don't side we don't stand with this. Yeah we don't want this. It's it's almost like can we send you the guy who can we. Can we identify the people responsible for this. This at this point fingers in the direction and like you guys leave also. I don't know that that's an option but it would certainly be a nice one so it seems it's as though we are headed into another war. which is this exhausting? It's exhausting. We're not equipped to talk about it when equipped to talk about the ramifications of what this will have a cultural zeitgeist. All we can say is Good Good Luck if you're under twenty six. Yeah you're under toy six or they could move it up to thirty fuck. I mean saying it. So here's something getting drafted as a young kid. I was one of my biggest fears. Yeah the day in Louisiana. Like a if you get your driver's license your also signing up for the national serve selective service service so the day that that little card came in the mail because it was sent automatically was the day like my fears came to fruition all starting now my life could be over. Yeah I could be on a bus to a boot camp and then and shipped over super not trained well enough to go kill some guys that I don't WanNa kill and there's no way out of it because I'm not rich which yeah the draft-dodging is possible. But what I would say is if you no one wants a war Nobody wants what of course. The draft could be reinstated via executive order pretty easily and the the maximum age for military service for the drafting twenty. Only six can also be changed. Why would you say these things? I'm just saying anything. We the the the appeal the risk of going to war producing producing a new horror film. Here's the here's something that we have gotten disconnected is us the risk of going to war. Is that you Henry you could die. Yeah that is that has always been the risk of going to war. I'd always will be all of that. I yeah nobody wants to die but in and in America we're used to wars being something that we can watch and enjoy on TV. I also for the record. I also didn't WANNA kill. Yeah I I also don't want to kill. Though when I went selective service was a thing I signed up for it. I was actually pretty seriously entertaining the idea of career of military service. I very very very nearly joined the Air Force. There's a whole universe there you're in the air force and you like your top Air Force. Yeah and then I lost based on my country and I stopped pursuing. Doing it could be top. Air Force top air force bud like Airbud. There's technically there's no rule in the regulations that says has a golden. Retriever cannot pilot an F one there is no in the regulations. There's nothing forbidding golden retriever from committing war-crimes. There's nothing nothing at the Geneva Accords. There is nothing that forbids a golden retriever from committing class a felonies on the global scale. Skate actually incredibly in the Geneva Convention they say that only humans can commit warcrimes an old way. I'm getting word that the United States has put together other a crack team of dogs. Put them in a fighter jets and giving them carte blanche to annihilate enemy positions while with extreme prejudice Incredible though the world is moving so fast. Yeah it's also seal Airbud six perfect but now just saying anyone out there. Who's listening to this? I don't think we have a lot of pro-war listeners Paul you'd be surprised. They're coming at now hot. They're coming in hot but I'm just saying if you're out there listening to this just thinking about the fact that the the imminent threat of war the ultimate threat of war is that you you could have to kill or die for a country that you do or do not believe in a country that does not believe in you and a war. It can be a fun thing that we watch from ways away but also the the ultimate end of a war for you could be a bullet entering your skull and you die no the stakes and know the stakes for others some pretty high stakes. Don't they don't get much higher Hashtag. No War don't go to war. War War is not and never will be cool. Yeah Anyway. I've talked enough about war. I know what a real danner the sole episode I was thinking in my ahead. Oh it's going to be light and fun S- twenty twenty. We can talk about like resolutions and stuff and then like the war stuff. Africa's like what's the point of a resolution solution when World War three is like next week. Yeah what what can we even talk about him in the face of these thing. GotTa say if we're attacked on. US US soil. I might have to rethink dry in you. That is totally fair. We'll try not be attacked a solo by do believe if we go to war we'll lose was but hey we haven't won a war in awhile anyway so yeah He Iran it turns out. It's huge it's covered in a bunch of different light by owns and stuff. Yeah Yeah it's huge so it's also covered the adm repeating myself but the fact that it's huge means like yes it's huge. They've got alike millions of people in it yeah. This isn't like trying to invade tiny country with no resources. They have all the resources. There's a ton of resources and a huge military they also used to be Persia. Yeah you know how big the Persian empire used to be and also if Iran wants to get the new thicker could get it at this point and they would give it to their immortals. That what they call their swordsman. Yeah and they would have a mortals with nuclear arm is is this What's that third what's the second sequel to assassin's creed to revelation? That was set in the Ottoman Empire. Yeah well that was. That's not the Persian. I know forgot about it because it's been a long time. Listen I didn't believe assassin's creed game for six years and now I'm playing the one set aged shit Egypt. Okay okay so it's an okay game I like it. I'm playing jeopardize That's cool too. That's also history jet. Jed Eye man fallen order a at this point. I'm struggling to think of what else is happening. Other than the war. And this is is how we will Talk about it in every future episode where we are trapped in world war three. Yeah Broadcasting from our this war of mine style bunker well you you don't WanNa war is on you have to ration stuff's like they rationed my content. They do and they don only goes like marriages interviewed Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio. What we get war we can only talk about the war which is a shame? Because you really. If you're rich they give you more rations more arcand they give you. They give you two big celebrity guests. They give you get negative give you capital G.. Captaincy good contact. We have to give Joseph Gordon Levitt it Bam Yeah we we have to we. We actually have a guest share with me Ben Bam I. It's like that scene. I'm conflicting two things but like that team doctor Zhivago where returns for the war and his home was like post Communist revolution even though dot and his home is like shared by like fifty different people because he lived in a mansion which number one serves I right but our podcast asked we have to start sharing airtime net because its content now. But eventually we're GONNA be in here with the cast of a How did this get made here? We have to share bedtime talking in their gaps. That's how little we are. Yeah if any if if like Paul scheer named yeah as Jason Zukas Pauses. We can like talk then around their podcasts. But they're only only erred on their channel. Yeah it's a real really really tough. Yeah maybe we'll we'll get drafted and then we can get all the good content we want when we're overseas these little packs where your water and your really hot and then you pull the content content ready to see the series. Yeah I've actually have eaten those. Mr East Yeah Yeah. First Time I had was post Katrina. Same thank you have. People went around door to door just given the way food we could get a post. Katrina is probably the closest I will feel in my life to living in a war torn country. Yeah says there was no power then. Everyone was out in the streets. We didn't have running water. which was a weird bounce bounce? Yeah but yeah it was like nothing was open everything was covered in debris we have some of the first people because my parents were both teachers Suha and they wanted to open the school's back that would get the parents like thou families back into the parish. Yeah so teachers. Policemen firemen like civil civil servants. You get to come you come back now so we can get everything running up and running so we were some of the first people in And it's like every like the military set up shop in the parking lot shrank nearly shriners and it was just like their passing a water. Maurice and one other thing. Maybe there's like bread. Yeah it's like you got on the line and it was just drove your car up to eat station Russian and they dislike threw it in the window and then you were off I I was in a I was at a place where the military would like door to door giving a big packs packs of Meritas. Wow that must have been so why we we didn't averaging than you're paying your your palace mansion we. We didn't have power for a week and a half though And I remember I had this little tiny. MP3 player that I get to see the battery like tick down slowly over to the rash out listening to my Komo music as I fell asleep. Yeah yeah no never want never going back never going back to post hurricane times helpfully. Awfully neither we'll see this war this. If somehow we lose electricity you know. Iran has the power to summon hurt. The I feel like that was the plot of a movie that came out either last year or the year before star the Rock. Now think it star By Dennis Quaid shirt. Gio Store Your Riot Geo store. 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"k. yeah" Discussed on By The Book

By The Book

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"k. yeah" Discussed on By The Book

"That's right. It's time for another by the book epilogue and this week. We're looking at the aftermath of living by the year of. Yes, by shonda rhimes. So many of you wrote in about this book saying that the book really speaks to you. We heard from Bobby who says I am so happy you did this book, I notably. Find a lot of advice books really frustrating and just that they don't land with me. And I adored your of. Yes. Because shonda was the first person who's worldview seem to reflect my own because I'm a super pragmatic person who doesn't want what most of society, especially self-help books assume I want like traditional marriage, house, kids, etc. And most advice seems not aimed at folks like that. Plus as you discussed her writing is just great nessa also said the book spoke to her she said as a nanny myself, I loved shawna's view on her nanny, I so often see nannies brushed off and introductions because of their boss families are in bed. Harassed? I often see nannies told their job isn't really a job. And they need a better career shonda made me so happy when she talked about how significant a nanny is in someone's life. Oh agree agree with both Honda is such a good writer, and she rides. So well about the nanny I've been a nanny, I think nannies are super important. I'd been of the knowledge moment. Yes. Absolutely. And I agree also about what Bobby was saying about the advice being pragmatic, gang pragmatic. Yeah. Lot. It's not a no offense to the people out there who love crystals. But it's not like he's a crystal in your life will chains. I it's really just these are steps you can take and game. You can hold a Chrysler. Not hold a crystal or not. But yeah. And I think it's what also makes someone whose life is so larger than life compared to a lot of people's lives still so relatable in in her writing oh approach but hold on. Nobody thinks so oh, no. That's the actually doesn't agree with that. Jolanta interesting. That's he writes when I read the year of yes. A year ago, I appreciated it more as a memoir rhymes style of writing was very engaging. And it was great to see the ways that she was pushing herself out of her shell more. But while I appreciate that. She was trying to become more confident. In her presentation skulls. I felt there was a high level of privilege to the kinds of opportunities that she had access to that many of us. Don't have I always appreciate hearing about people pushing their skills and growing more. But she sometimes came off as a little showy about how sought after she was for my taste. What about people who can't afford to say yes to things that might help them more? I can't help. But think of how often I've needed to say no to things out of tight finances, and I have a master's degree and my husband has a stable middle class job. What about people who don't have access to the education and health care that I have saying yes can be a statement of economic privilege damn but see you're right. Life. Should you say, yes? To going to Italy. Oh, can you afford to should you say, yes? To king in front of this. You know, Ivy league school? Well, did you actually have the money to go to an Ivy league school in the first place? Yeah. I know. I know now I feel so torn because I felt like she was so approachable. But also Betsy totally right. Yeah. I mean, I just agree with both and just be a hypocrite. I'm agreeing with both. Yeah. I mean, I I do think that shit something that we said in our verdict was we liked that she owned up to her privilege. Right. Exactly. She admits that she's rich and famous in a way that even astounds herself. She admits that she knows she has it better than most people. The fact that she can have a nanny is one way. She owns I guess, I just feel like for for me. At least even the situations. She gives examples of our so unrelatable the lessons. She's learning is still I'm learning and like it. It's relatable out of the context of her life. Like what what do you mean to lender? I just mean like, you know, she gives some example about going to some of that. And like normally she says not every event, and if she hadn't said, yes, she wouldn't have gone to this thing gotten a free cool dress sat next and Michelle Obama..

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