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"kabale" Discussed on Arrested DevOps

Arrested DevOps

03:22 min | Last month

"kabale" Discussed on Arrested DevOps

"Because katie farmer doesn't love twitter for pets as much as she did a minute ago and but she's our only one so we're totally freaked out and then we're going to you know could just be. She's like i'm sorry is laffy taffy convention this week. I did about whatever while you know. Or i don't use twitter for pets at the job at anymore. You know and it's okay so thing i'm like there's a like an event horizon if you will end there's a certain a certain point of scale where you're ambassadors can just sorta be people that you recognize because your community is large and there's enough of them so i think about like cfo basler's things like that where it's like and people want that record and i will say this is the other thing i believe a. Nobody's gonna wanna hear this development and stuff. But like i think you can't i always like say you can't manufacturer a moment and i think you can't trick people into wanting to be your advocate like what you need to do. Is you need to see where it's happening and nurture it and add and do everything you can to make it easier for those behaviors to happen. But what you can't do as you can't create them now. Learned that with me. I didn't become a lifetime hotmail users from my like semester being recognized you know i just like i got some stuff and then i was like okay. I'm out like you're talking to me now. I'm busy lake. I totally agree with you in that in that regard is just like if it's not happening organically. I think you'll always know it doesn't necessarily mean you. You can't do other things. But i one of the questions on and i think this has to do with like things that happen organically and this like idea of a moment is i. Remember early on The first time. I was asked to sort of start working on like brand ambassador program. The example that was given to me was dr captains which was great right and i mean it might still be out of the loop i don't really know where dr stans these days but the thing about dogs captains was not just that they were doing a lot of work but the lake that was like a really valuable skill set on their resume. Right people would hire them because they were a doctor captain and so that was its own light of that. They're doing a lot of work but it's making them like more more valued in the community and like not even just like on an emotional level. Let's just like literally. They're getting paid more because they do this. And i don't know if that and that felt to me like they created this brand ambassador program but like organically that skill was like so valued that it became. Its own lake of this. Is like this goes on your resume. Whereas i wouldn't put you know like i was a kabale embassador hotmail ambassador my resume i would be like. Oh actually pats you know. I wonder like those that haven't organically. Because there's this whole ecosystem that started demanding the expertise and things lined up..

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Riding with Farm Animals in Columbia, Taxi Accident in Rome, and Traveling in a Converted Van

Drive with Us Podcast

06:05 min | 5 months ago

Riding with Farm Animals in Columbia, Taxi Accident in Rome, and Traveling in a Converted Van

"I'm bob neat. And taraji and today's drivers are jewels and christine professional travelers content creators and podcasters. They've been on the road for over ten years exploring all the world has to offer and met while traveling impro- back in two thousand twelve working at a disaster relief nonprofit. They have been traveling together. Twenty four seven ever since along the way they started a travel blog called. Don't forget to move which over the years has become their fulltime job and now focuses on adventure travel and responsible tourism helping their audience. Experience the world in a more sustainable way. They also hosts a podcast nonstop bon voyage which is a comedic travel. Podcast where they talk about all things that can go wrong while on the road and today this shared with us some of those few things that went wrong while they were on the road such as having survived with farm animals in columbia and their adventures in their converted ban. Welcome deals and christine. Thanks so much for joining us today. Thank you so much for happiness having us so. I know you guys are big travelers. And i'm super excited to hear all your stories because i'm sure you have a really crazy ones from all the places you've been. Let's start with which one you think. Is the craziest driving story of them all. Oh we have definitely had a little crazy driving stories a lot of the time. It's not driving as self And the one that definitely comes to mind at the start would be al time. In northern colombia. Traveling at will play kabale. Bella which is pretty much a middle of norway pursuing. It's almost the northernmost point of south america and it's not a allowed to travelers go. They say it's kind of like the wild west of columbia so it's pretty far off the beaten track and even just to get it takes a bit of emission. He goes had couple of buses in a couple of different small mini vans. And then you finally get to a little place called arabia where you take you jump into a full and this is not your standard full by full. This is a four by four that has been so personally modified to have sate. Elise a dozen people in the back. Try like a pickup truck and the journey. There is four hours of bumping around in sloshing around in the mud depending on the season being crammed with about a dozen people into a full person seda and picking up a lot of livestock along the way like chickens and guards in all kinds of crazy things. So you are basically crammed in the back of this four by four with at least a dozen other people of course all locals. We were the only other travelers who went that far. I guess and then random animals start coming in so we had piglets on the floor. We had baby goats on the floor at a chicken on my lap at one stage. I think i had a baby on my lab. I wonder if we had a little baby. Sir whose baby was but there was a lot of south coming in and on our way back out was the same thing tons of livestock tons of animals just like feathers everywhere and we were leaving very early in the morning. It was maybe four. Am before it was even light out. And we were stopping at all of these farms in little houses along the way and we had some unexpected visitors strapped to the roof. We had three shoes. Desert tortoises will probably about six foot wide Honestly the biggest ever seen in my life and about five or six men were putting it on top of the roof. I don't know where it was going. The poll seeing but Yeah it was quite a wild ride. Yeah it was literally wild. Ride just filled with animals animal. The funny experience is that common for them to like four turtles or tortoise on the roof that he's definitely how i told us on the roof experienced but it is quite common for them to travel with livestock especially when you're traveling in rural areas in indigenous communities. Quite common for them to you. Know they got the coming from the local markets so they've got a chicken and it's tied up. They've got a guard or luke pig. Hug todd their fate name jumping the boss jump jumping the car and go back home. And that's fairly common. We they call it. Chicken buses in central america raisin. There's a lotta chickens on him. Where the animals with you for most of your trip or like how long were you with. The animals offset hotan. So this place. Here is is pretty oscillated. So this is a few rule. Sort of villages Affiliates little so to commune areas along the way but most of the people going from sort of point either point bay and they traveling with all that livestock eight a two they were bringing it back so yeah pretty much the whole four hours. We will sloshing around in the back of these full by four pickup truck with a whole bunch of animals and people just like one guy with a chicken. Walk it off but then one guy with tj can gets on so it's always balancing let made you choose to go there out of all the places since it's not a very typical worse destination executives and at that point we had spent probably Maybe a year in latin america. And we were just ready to get like pushed the boundaries. And get even far off the beaten track and just really wanted to go where we're not going to be surrounded by backpackers cause of knives and colombia and peru in those countries you kind of end up on the tourist trail and you just get stuck with me. No and it's great. You make a lot of friends that way. But you're kind of sick of just being surrounded by backpackers all the time. So we wanted to go somewhere where it's just all locals. We could really get to know the culture and just push boundaries basically and that seemed like the best option and it was an interesting experience. We're definitely the only travelers we saw their ended up sleeping in hammocks outside of this cabin thing in the wind and the rain and we just wayne in this hammocks is pretty intense but it was beautiful just super rugged pristine landscape out there right on the coast but still very desert and dry and yeah is really gorgeous and we'd heard that the junior was half the adventure and definitely was probably one of fiber journey stories that we tell because destination was out there. But you know we've been traveling for eight years ten years

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"kabale" Discussed on GSMC MMA Podcast

GSMC MMA Podcast

06:36 min | 11 months ago

"kabale" Discussed on GSMC MMA Podcast

"But she's taking. She's eating. All these shots Mackenzie dern. And ciphers gave enough time to recover through these threes strikes. The agriculture was able to get out and outbox CIPHERS. And the very end here I ended up going with the lead. Kick onto ciphers. And start doing some grind pound onto the cage and it was a dominant performance here by Maria. I it was impressive as all heck I. Recommend everyone to go. Watch it article. She's a real threat in the fight division. In Russia prospect right now. I can expect her coming into the top ten in the rankings. Yet, if you one time against somebody just outside the top ten, she'll be sliding into top ten. And using because of the fact that she's young. And there is her boxing's really good. but her Her grappling leaves a lot to be desired, so I say might be competing. In, the top by Vikings in the span of Two and a half years I, two and a half years, and she's only about twenty to twenty two years old, so she has a lot of time to develop. We Got Espinosa. Markdale Arosa. Could either way so we have Andre feely and espionage winning buzzer fights against Charles Dudin and Mark Della Rosa these. Guys on the way there could've I know what to say about. This is 'cause they're very similar. Thousand that featherweight and the May Division. Trousers Car Dealer. This might be the fight. It's up there for five nights and that's I. It's up there with the night and then car roberson risk. Marvin Vittori. This was a star making performance by Vittori I'd say Carlson was looking really good for himself. It was a real back-and-forth here as bishop occur early on into early on into the first round by the second ladder of the first round, Marva Tori kind of picked up like a second wind as recorded since cardio was a wee bit going down because Sircar was was. was kind of gassing himself. US try. He's trying to go for the knockout are trying to dominate Vittorio Victoria was able to pretty much like handled all it all it damages all the punches in kicks in, and he was able to recover through it. Go second win in the second half of the round and got himself victory so I am very impressed marketing there. And then we have the main offense of just got evil I. Resist Cynthia Kabale. All right I you said about this. Before the commercial break in that the women's flight rankings right now. Don't actually make that sense now under the not make all that much sense. The rankings. They don't. Using, so just guy number one ranked fighter. The marine fire to the only other fighter ahead ever is the current champion values are Tanko. And so why she finding in Civic Avello. The same answer, the same answer for that question would be. Why was the anti tank go fighting against killer Kagan? There's no. There's no reason for Antonina to fight somebody as top tier Astra Kagan. It doesn't make no sense for Cavale to fight against the sky. The reasonable booking through logic would say just got I risk kagan. Wins that fights gets to. Whoever ends up, fight my fight against Tina or fight against you want caller would later on. But then it happened. So like anti-cancer Chanko, who was an unranked wider, tried to con Trying to get inside is atop top rankings. Cindy Cavallo had be best performance of the entire nights. She's up there, it's. Up there and rob who had the two best performances of the entire night here? And so in the first round it was a back and forth action between intake of and just just because ice is significantly a lot more larger much more bigger than Cynthia and this guy was able to pick parts. Guy was able to pick Cynthia throughout most of the first round here, but not all that much I think she had. Plus Three INCREM- in striking so just. First Round Dow doubts. You can argue you can't argue against that. And, then we go towards the second round, their ground, fourth or fifth Brown. All Cynthia. Autumn ill. Guy Pre which gas yourself hours in the first round, and then when she went to the second round Cynthia, just turn this thing into a complete wrestling match. She turned it into a wrestling match. And then she grappled entire I, and by that time I was able to stand up from the grappling shoes too exhausted to go and match up with Cynthia's a boxing ability. The fight started off with Siddiq, avail guy the, grappler striker. And then after the first round, the grappler ended up being the striker. And then the started pretty much defeating. Every. Game every aspect syndicale had the better clench she out wrestle sky enter. Boxing was much much more impressive in four other five around here just is. She had one really good round first round, but beyond that, though civil her boxing especially in the in third round. Was this on points in the third round? This guy had about less than ten shit about less than tentatively from strikes to avail. Who in that one round was able to get twenty three? So I am impressed by civic guy did attempt mobile mission holds several times, and she did try to defend at some moments here, but even just got I was trying to come back through. Some submission attempts at Cynthia video was just too much against this guy so now. I'm happy. I'm happy wasn't. She showed a complete dominant game against the number. One ranked fighter in the. Division I can only expect some. Ao To be within the top by rankings, if our right now knowing now that Cynthia, the fees I I would say, Cynthia should match up against your Kagan that is, if the are not confident of again to go challenging Valentina again if You caller would. And, so you're listening to the GS MC MMA gas after this short. Break here, too. I'll be discussing the rankings here. What are the implications of this card and the next upcoming card, so you seem? Tired of searching the vast jungle.

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"kabale" Discussed on Top Advisor Marketing Podcast

Top Advisor Marketing Podcast

09:34 min | 1 year ago

"kabale" Discussed on Top Advisor Marketing Podcast

"Welcome to twelve as a work hitting where we sure. Twelve special topics doubt Your Business. Start the New Year right now. Your Coho. BASAM Arkady and Kirk move welcome to the twelve days of marketing by gas. I'm curve slow from Chop Advisor Adviser Marketing than I am joined by my business partner. Matt Halloran who is a wonderful voice of top advisor marking on most days. So today we're going to be talking talking about tips on how to set yourself today we're GonNa talk about. How did a fine your hook and this is one of the things? That's really important when you're trying to. You grabbed the attention of your gauge listeners. On Your podcast. How do you get them to act and act doesn't mean necessarily call you to become a client? Acne had we get them Sir thinking about what you want them to think about. You GotTa play the bug in their ears. You got to drive that that whole cast to get them exploring more about you so you gotta figure what you're it'd be a mental hook. It could be a call to action against to something else that you want them to to read the Taco Day so matt by a get us going here and talk about how do you define or what is right. This really came up for me. Many many many many years ago when I was listening to nineties Gangsta rap and they often talked about the hook right. which is going to be that that earworm the thing that is going to be so catchy that when you hear it you're either going to be able to sing it immediately or you're going to be able to engage with it very very quickly and I mean I could tell you you? You can't touch this. Hit Me Baby. One more time by Britney Spears I mean you all know all sorts of different hooks and songs in the funny thing about it is that is part of their brand that is part of how they sell themselves and you as a financial services professionals need to do the same thing what it is in the business world is that thing that clearly and succinctly explain to you. It is different than the value proposition. Asian I WANNA make sure that we're very very clear. Value propositions are generally longer. This is the thing that you say to get their attention so that you can hopefully talk about value prop now kirk actually helped the hook stays in them. Yes sounds mean a little painful point. Yeah what did you say that. I just can't get out of my mind or needs meet. Needs me to act either now or later as it stuck there. Yeah absolutely so. Do you help build a brand right. And it's it's one of our favorite. But one of my favorite podcasts clients. He actually Natalie runs an amazing podcast but now they're actually doing video. Oh but they also have a radio show. It's a company called naps. And it's invest with clarity was really funny because I've been podcasting with him for like a year now oh and he talks about ultimate clearly. That's that's it right there. You know help. People have ultimate clarity when it comes to their investments because that's what nips means and so we were talking talking before kirk before we do the warm up stuff with all of our podcast guests and and I was joking. I said Mark You know what I was sitting at dinner with some friends of mine and they said something about finance because they know that I'm in the business and I immediately started telling them about you like I was like. Oh my God do you have any idea on what you own you own it. which is another one of his hooks? Just think about that you as a financial adviser asking somebody. Do you know what you own and while you won't it. That is a groundbreaking philosophical brain explosion statement. There that really makes people think Kerr talked about with the hook. It's GonNa make you act. A Good Hook is going to change your behavior absolutely and a lot of advisors really struggled trying to figure that out for themselves in. It's not easy because when you're on your own world you see so many Cox again think are hooks but the truth is there's other people using it does folks. And maybe they're not good hooks They're not lasting Compelling enough maybe they don't differentiate your so it's not an easy thing but when you figure out what your focus and that may help me you ball change over time based on. What's going on in the world I was going on the industry was going on in your practice? Things like that. When you can figure out that Hook you can large it over and over? And then you can expand doc when we're in brain follows key concept strategic raises a whole bunch of things that all were together to define what the brand is here. We're talking about. We're not talking about a brand but it it plays off the brand. It's emotional trigger rate. It's Ebina plays off of the value prop right so it's really cool thing so my understanding is that you give some examples you gave one example example or I'm actually going to be wildly selfish here and see the one. I use all the time so I've been on the road. A whole bunch of you know speaking at different conferences says and people will say. Hey Matt what do you do and it has been iterative beyond Iteration I if I make an upwards but now what I say is what what do you when they say what do you do. I say I help people rise above the noise. You're and that's it and then I go right to be your own loud right. And then they're like well. What does that mean and Bam? I'm in and like I I fish hook you like a large mouth bass baby this is just part of Matt. Miranda business were. We're quite busy but I love that we have. We've talked a little bit about that. We have to make sure that we integrate that into some of our tags on Social Yoga. You're very consistent with your own loud. Haven't introduced the rise but like any company were were constantly challenging ourselves. We have a full-time mark neighbors now Gabriella and she we saw. She's amazing amazing job at were so excited to have her getting seen more is because we do marquis but always it's about the yes you here's something about they have crappy shoes on her. Father is always nice when you can get somebody to folks 'cause Servizi well. I'm going to go back to what you said there because how I got to that was I freaking. Tried it out all over the place. I'm trying different words. I'm looking at their verbal or non verbals. You know. I'm looking at whatever I can't until I got the reaction when I got that reaction and Kirk it was actually at the 401K. Okay conference that's how recent this is. You know you and I went to Messianic conference years ago. We were just injured a year ago. Erin the we were introducing micro influencers strategy in. It was wonderful playground for you and I. Yeah big you're out to look at people seem they reacted to in figure that stuff out. That's one of my favorite things to be honest being admitted Is it's a expedites. Whatever you've been working working on and you can see firsthand now? Manai run mostly via a virtual business that we're not always gaining Easter face. Some it's it's you know for. Everybody might not be the same impact but it is an interesting thing so I'm going to give you some example. Give us I did. I didn't yeah. Leanne rimes looks some examples of some tag lights. If you will that we've workover. ABC Hawks Kinda tag lines. The naked mature a tagline can turn into a hug. Sometimes it's not sometimes that's right. It's while it's supposed to presents of intrigue they're not fire off. I find that to hug it. You have to maybe Atta couple things to it. Maybe a questions like that anywhere so radical here liberate your wealth with planning precision at purpose. Another one discover the truth about your wealth wealth as journey be prepared discovery ideal retired strategy. Please do not copy these. These are all everyone has a personal economy. Will you invest with clarity. You have better wealth a better life live clearly as an interesting one because that has some depth to it. Yeah hold on. Let's pause on live clearly right because because when somebody says what do you do for a living which is that terrifying question. Everybody's afraid of when you say and you look person in the I look person in the eye and say I help people live clearly. That's totally a conversation that I've totally separated myself from anybody else. Not only in financial services but you could use something like that if you were an estate steepening attorneys. CPA If you were hairdresser this this next one is lot longer but I want you to think about where what you can turn into a Because it's not meant to be hooked. It's website Kabale Center. This no one ever woke up and said today I want to work hard than giveaway. Most most of my income in savings taxes debt interest fees until you got from the American dream. This'll be your marriage reality of a berry strong. Oh and this particular company.

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"kabale" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

Homo Sapiens

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"kabale" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

"What's this to she work? There we go. Wow. This is something about spring in your step of you've had sex that is. Unrepeatable is their pop up. Oh, do you feel like you're sprinkling? Magic. Nettie. I will feed you later. Oh, daddy wasn't cross. I was shouting. Show them out of the bedroom bedroom, you've got to have you ever had an animal what she had sex so disconcerting. The yen, believable, my friend can authorize Susan Hildebrandt store. Oscar we've made Connor really he didn't like Connor. So he'd getting in between us, really. Oh. Chris. Yeah. Do you ever? We went to America. Vaguely, do you. Remember what I did not you out for most of it. Do you remember when we spoke Nathlie driver? I do episode one season three. Well, now, we've come to the end of the season the end of the US tour. Do you remember when we spoke to Warren, the left driver? How brilliant was hey, because we got in the car was that the context the Kabale driving at broken down on top of a hill. Chris, and I were very common. She let me even changed. Clothes shits and giggles, and the car got towed, and we had to get picked up by this thing. But by someone else, blah, blah, blah, blah, we found Warren, we got in the car and Warren was playing some quite great to nine hundred seventy music that kind of thing a lot of female vocalist, and then we struggled conversation about we'd started talking with him about. Mariah Carey has fat. Boy. Had really indepth knowledge at his fingertips. So you and I started texting gang. I think he's. Yeah. I think we shouldn't be. So we got out the microphone drew stroz. But who is going to ask and will go to osc, this are you gay? Yes. Well. I'm gave how was it growing up? I'm gay. It was actually very like. Kept settle because both my parents are pastors of a church, and my grandfather is a Bishop. So I would sing for him everywhere. He went, and then they would see me, and I would have to be straight. Phased very stiff, so I wouldn't give any manual 'isms or things like that. And nowadays, it's get in which better better. And when did that sort of change view when you start feeling light? He could. It would actually have to be last year after my fiance pass. It was after that when I moved back home with my parents that we kinda rekindled am got more of understanding of each other. And they started trying to be controlling and destroyed to love me for who I want. They didn't understand the connection we had until they see in help broken. I was when he was gone more hopper. Here's sickle cell anemia. Make type s s so eventually the iron went to his heart in clogged arteries to wear his Harkin pub. On so sorry. How you doing now? Now, I'm doing better. I moved back out again. And I'm dating again, he finally, but how did you meet? How we met actually back on mice. Phase. That's how old it is. Seven years ago eight years ago on the wider. Context. How do you fail is a game on in America in two thousand eighteen living in California? California, california. California's probably the most diverse from when I've traveled across the state last year miss nod..

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"kabale" Discussed on Fit Fierce and Fabulous Podcast

Fit Fierce and Fabulous Podcast

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"kabale" Discussed on Fit Fierce and Fabulous Podcast

"What is happening? You guys. It is the beginning of the year. And I've already had a crazy for a year. And in this episode, I'm going to be sharing with you five things I learned in two thousand eighteen and five things that I failed out in two thousand eighteen as well that I will be bringing those lessons with me in twenty nineteen and I want to share them with you just because I truly believe we learn from other's mistakes. We also learned from other successes. So I'm going to share with you these ten things in this episode. If you're in the Facebook group, you know, what happened to me on the first day of twenty nineteen basically long story short because I could really do an entire episode on this. But I will not bore you. My friends got into an altercation got jumped one almost died. Yes. One of my friends almost died. It still shakes me up. And they ended up having to be. Taken to the hospital. We are staying in Kabul. San Lucas spending a few weeks out there. I used to live there in twenty eleven so Kabul has a very special place in my heart. So we decided to take my husband's business partner he invited a couple of friends. We went out in celebrated New Year's in style at Omnia club in Kabale against we also have one here in Las Vegas, and I'm sure there's many others. I'm not the club in type any more. I used to be. But we went out we're having a great time. And the truth is things got out of hand once click midnight. We're all leaving the club and stuff happened. I was not there for the fight. But I did go to my friends in the hospital to take care of them. And it was just very scary. Unfortunately, and another one of our friends had an emotional breakdown and ended up going off on me and a completely just pretty much ruined our trip. I don't mean to be a victim to it. But the truth is it just changed. Our trip plans, and my Shitsu who was with us got ill emergency sickness. We had to fly home anyways. And basically I'm home early which is fine. I was really craving to be home. But the start of my year was a wakeup call for not only myself. But for those around me, and my close, friends and things like that. So I'm really grateful that everyone is okay, everyone is alive, and we are all here safe and sound now. So all I can do is move forward at just like them not play victim to the circumstance. And the biggest thing we can all do as a society is when things get out of hand. And you see an altercation or you feel like you want to beat someone up. Take a step back take a deep breath and really ask yourself. If it's worth it. Because let's be honest here. It never is. Now onto the episode because I wanted to kind of dive into these five things that I learned five things I'm taking away in of course, my failures because we all have failures during the year. No matter how shiny and bright things look on Instagram the truth is we all fail at something. Some actually going to start with my failures because I just feel like everyone is just always boasting and bragging and the truth is always failure. So I'm going to start with my very first failure. So I decided this year is was going to sell my personal training business. I made it a goal by the time. I was thirty that personal training would not be what defined me in my career any longer than business coaching for quite some time. And I really wanted to go. Full throttle in that direction. I felt like it was time. But I didn't really feel like I was ready, and I kept making excuses and because personal training came so easy to me. And I loved my clients like I still I just built a special bond with clients. And I just love my clients. I love seeing them and all of them were super-duper early in the morning. So it wasn't affecting my business coaching and all and I was really excited about it. But this year, my husband said, let's go to Europe..

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"kabale" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"kabale" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"People often think of the modern gay rights movement beginning in nineteen sixty-nine after New York activists clashed violently with police in what came to be known as the stonewall rebellion. But in the autumn of nineteen sixty eight a series of criminal trials on Long Island demonstrated that gay men could band together to resist police harassment John Kayla has this report is part of NPR's year long series. Looking back at nineteen sixty eight in nineteen sixty four Karl Grossman took a job at a daily newspaper called the Long Island press where he covered crime in the courts, he soon realized that every summer he'd get a call from the cops every year. There was this tradition. I found out of police raiding the gay communities of fire Allen and arresting twenty five thirty up to forty fellas and charging them with sodomy and other crimes fire island. Lies off the southern shore of Long Island and includes a community call cherry grove. Grossman was struck that the police were eager to feed him personal details about the game in the rested there and not only was given the names and the addresses, but also where they worked the cops very much wanted me to mention that one of them worked at this Bank or one of them worked at this library. I mean, clearly the cops were after the jobs of these men. This was what we lived with back. Then Esther Newton is a retired anthropology professor who wrote a memoir, titled my Butch career and another book about the history of cherry grove the cherry grove book. Chronicles the police raids which began in the early nineteen fifties and focused on a half mile wooded area known as the meat rack where gay men congregated to have sex outdoors. You weren't allowed to bring any lights no lights. This was a strictly anonymous kind of thing, and it's similar to what was going. On and gay baths. It kept growing. It was really popular NPR was unable to locate any of the men arrested on fire island a half century ago. But author Esther Newton recorded an interview with one of them for her book on cherry grove that man. Nat Fowler is now deceased. Everything going. Is fighting back. Chill along. What we go in the recent documented cherry grove stories, a retired lawyer named George Kabale recounted how he managed to avoid getting caught during a police raid of the meat rack. I was out in Iraq. And all of a sudden headlights this went on. I knew was arrayed. Smack going up in smoke. If I got caught. So I headed for the bay. Sat down on the muck and murder of the bay until the sun came up. I did not get arrested in early gay rights group known as the Mattachine society played a key role in organizing efforts to stop the police raids. Mattachine President Dick light is now deceased, but before he died, he recalled in an interview that some gay man in cherry grove rebuffed volunteers from his group who distributed fliers advising against pleading guilty. With.

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"kabale" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"kabale" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"One music station. KFI? John and Ken show. Chuck Kabale Ken chiampou, KFI AM, six forty. All. Right. So today. Trump had a meeting with the democratic leaders in congress. Chuck Schumer Nancy Pelosi now before long the Democrats will control the house of representatives. But not yet. Not yet. They will not control the Senate. But you still have that problem with the sixty votes to stop the filibuster rule and some of these issues, and the idea was let's talk about avoiding the government shutdown and Trump this time again is saying I want my money for the wall. The thing that was different this time is that he decided to open up the discussions between himself Pelosi and Schumer to the media was like alive. Press conference between the three of them. But actually a debate and getting the wall funding or not that it was like it was like three adults bickering at the family dinner table. Yes. It kept going around and around and around. They all kept saying the same thing over and over again and Trump kept bathing and Schumer. Specially was tried to hold back and at the end he couldn't anymore. The one thing you gotta know about Trump know, he campaign for a long time to be president, and he wants to follow through and a lot of the things he promised in the Puerto big and he gave up on it last year last year. Pissed pissed off a lot of its power. Yeah. About a year ago and Schumer said that today. Why don't we just do what we did last year? But Trump wants that wolf because he gave up last year. He the wall is something he can't run away from me can't fake it that should have been built by now. And he had he had he had a Republican congress, and they should have gotten rid of the filibuster rule and at and past all the money they needed to build the border wall. And then and then figure out and there's plenty of ways to do it to to suck it back from Mexico. Well, we have the ought to happen by I think should have been half built. So if he's talking this year, and you'll you'll hear one of these clips that he he says, you can if the if the government shutdown, you you you can blame me I'm gonna shut it down. It'll be all on me. Trump by the way, also threatened today that if I don't get the border wall funding, I'll just have the military build what has to be built like sort of just you know, they're under his direction Pentagon. Yeah. Yeah. I don't know that's or not. But. Well, you know, they got to do something. They go down there. They can train. They could build the wall. We we don't have any wars going on right now. There's a lot of people available. You would think so. And they're not all the posts around the world is a number stillness country. Right. So let's play clip one Pelosi and Trump people recognize that we must keep doesn't open shutdown is not worth anything and that you should have in from shutdown. You.

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"kabale" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"kabale" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Radio has become once again sort of a favorite for advertisers. It lost a little of its luster. With the advent of all the digital stuff that was going on. But now the kind of back in favour because Hello, guess what? Advertising on the radio works have podcasts in. But just some of the general digital stuff doesn't things you see splashed all over social media and the test of this is I'll ask all of you, Jennifer, Victoria CARA when you're looking at something online, the reason I'm asking you because I'm looking here at something. And there's a lot of advertising around it one of the sites. They use for news. I don't pay any attention to it. I'm looking I go around it. You actually pay who pays attention to advertising that's on social media. I mean, some people in fact, I try to avoid it because I think it's click bait. So I try to like not into it. Well, what do you mean by social media like you're on Facebook? You mean Facebook ads and Instagram and stuff like that? Because I yeah, I pretty much everything on Instagram. I actually pay attention to yet. They look like the feed Facebook as I totally avoid and shut my eyes to do. Twitter has no ads. So right. So how does Twitter make money? Who knows? I have no idea. Well, they have promoted post. Now, don't they kind of sponsored stuff show. They might may must have money that. Yeah. All right. So the audio that we just here. They just got a note from my pal Kabale who's one of our affiliates out in the midwest. He said the audio we played was the station manager, Arthur Carlson, right? Exactly. I'm sorry. I did I did say that. You didn't correct me? And I forgot lesbian and Nesbitt came in lesbian. Desmond came feathers all over right? Yeah. And carlson. It's a really good. That's a great show. Yeah. And this guy guy was last minute. He used to have a. Tape off. He taped off around his desk because he wanted to have an office. But he didn't he was like the middle of like a bullpen made. Everybody pretend to knock and go through the door. Awesome. Sales guy was her Tarlac. Yes, sir. Bailey reminds me said I was at a different station years ago was giving away turkeys for thanksgiving. The original promo cop copy said. The instead of the call letters of the radio station and said, call letters gives you the bird instead of W K, R P or whatever the radio station. I remember working at a station of fact, W K O X gives you the bird. That was the thanksgiving promotion anyway. Everybody's heard about the bird but bird bird bird twenty one after the hour..

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"kabale" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"kabale" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Radio has become once again sort of favorite for advertisers. It lost a little of its luster. With the advent of all the digital stuff that was going on. But now kind of back in favour because Hello, guess what? Advertising on the radio works. Heffer taxing podcasts and so much, but just some of the general digital stuff that doesn't things you see splashed all over social media and the test of this is I'll ask all of you, Jennifer, Victoria CARA when you're looking at something online, the reason I'm asking you because I'm looking here at something. And there's a lot of advertising around it one of the sites. I use for news. I don't pay any attention to it. I'm looking I go around it. You actually pay who pays attention to advertising that's on social media. I mean, some people must backed I try to avoid it because I think it's click bait. So I try to like not into it. What do you mean by social media? Like, you're on Facebook Facebook ads and Instagram and stuff like that. Because I've got pretty much everything on Instagram. Yeah. I actually pay attention to look like the feed Facebook ads. I totally avoid and shut my eyes to do and Twitter. So right. So how does Twitter make money? Who knows? I have no idea. Well, they have promoted post now don't they or sponsored stuff show. They might have that. Yeah. Hi. So the audio that we just heard I just got a note from my pal. Kabale who's at one of our affiliates out in the midwest. He said the audio we played was the station manager, Arthur Carlson, right, exactly. I'm sorry. I did I did say that. You didn't correct me? And I forgot that lesbian Nesbitt came in lesbian. Desmond came head feathers. All over right. Yeah. And Marlins voice that weird us. It's a good. A great show. And this guy guy was last minute. He used to have a. Hit a tape off. He taped off around his desk because he wanted to have an office. But he did it. He was like the middle. Like a bullpen made. Everybody pretend to knock and go through the door. Awesome. Guy was herb Tarlac. Bailey reminds me said I was at a different station years ago was giving away turkeys for thanksgiving. The original promo cop copy said. The instead of the call letters of the radio station and said, call letters gives you the bird instead of W P or whatever the radio station. I remember working at a station in a matter of fact, WKNO X gives you the bird. That was the thanksgiving promotion anyway. Everybody's heard about the bird but bird very bird twenty one after the hour. The local.

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"kabale" Discussed on The Polygon Show

The Polygon Show

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"kabale" Discussed on The Polygon Show

"All those people get paid. So, but why would you why would you need basketball game? Well, I mean, that's that's a broader culture. This is the question for you is is can you have? I mean, certainly a basketball game would out hip hop. I mean, that's the culture that it. It is what like that's not basketball. Right. Like the because you you wouldn't even put it on TV. You can't put a game on TV let alone in a video game. So so if we say, the culture is linked that sort of raises that question, but is that true for all games? I mean is it only because it's basketball or does that true for, you know, against box if he any game if you know, a say, a little pump Bucci gang. Yeah. It guts what crazy millions way. So you will want to put that song game. And then put that in every game because you know, the kids when I had so then so if you wanna use the dance. Like the same thing as we said, they would never put your song amusing into the game without knowing we got clear the rights. We've got licensed song we get you paid now for dance. Hold this thing. Yeah. Do you feel like it should be sure? Yeah. They could reach up. Yeah. Hey, but interested in using it day is in a game. We have we sold the emotes, full, whatever, whatever. Yeah. So he would like to give you a fair percentage. So so going for one of the things that was I think another turning point of the sort of big moment of attention is conversation was chance so to spoke on this. And he's not you know, he like dances in his lane for what he does. But he obviously respects like when people have movement to the movement. No matter who it is like a foot. Yeah. It's me if his blog wage a B. Yeah. Yeah. I this is something that we create it flow saying so should be fit. Like, they will make me more serious as like I. If you could take this move, but we can't name and many today going to be really mad and blood was interesting sample too because it's probably more people that know the move from the game now than even from shoot from his own videos from whatever right blog wage, a be created shoot. Yeah. It's very evident. He just burst on the scene. He had a feature with Drake. Nobody was doing dance before dantonio by folks with the dances. If they don't know. It's the shoe. I don't know. Just is it just does. You got you got chicken you and you get more fiscal on. Yeah. Well, and I think actually to that point. Now, this probably has been people that are like us, that's a fortnight dance. Now. Look hip hop. I say is global, but you have a good percentage of people that listen to him about. And there's a very great percentage of people that don't people that don't know hop. Yeah. They gonna play night and didn't they gonna look at the dance, and whatever they named at dance. They didn't name it. Now, they didn't call shoot you films. Ed. Yeah. You have people lost people. Call them, the whatever. Right. And is really the shoe, and he created it that Xiao got it in the game in named it something else. Do you think people who make dances can ever get that same level of respect? And even just the the money that you do when you make music that they would never think of taking your work and putting it into a game without paying can that change? Is going to change has it happen. How you gonna change? I've I have a Sony. So. Let me let me get into that a little bit. So Kabale by the dance choreography see most people know, it's not the actual dance. Right. Name of the dance is the choreography. So that has is has a deal with a tool more steps foams at. Yep. So, but I would be that's my say that's clearly together. Then many. So you block boy, you got the copyright on the choreography because that's the part you can you can control that support you can own. You gotta good lawyer. Are you reaching out to EPA games? Are you reaching out to folks and saying let's make this right?.

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"kabale" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

18:40 min | 2 years ago

"kabale" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"It happens in the light of God's prophetic word now here with this challenge for Christian Americans to defend faith and freedom is David Lewis. Chris ingredients to one and all this is Reverend David Lewis within defensive truth radio ministry. The Kabale bible Presbyterian church. God bless you. All here. We are the end of September already. Just a short time ahead of us before the elections. Thanksgiving will quickly follow that. And then Christmas and then happy new year twenty nineteen not that far away. It's it's just unbelievable. Isn't it that we are basically twenty years two decades into the new millennium already for so many years prior to leaving the twentieth century show? Many of us wondered what would it be like to she the year two thousand what would it be like to live during that time and beyond? You know, what is it going to be like in our nation in our world while we are quickly finding out aren't we and the? World the nation all of civilization. It seems continues to go quickly down the tubes. All of this has been prophesied in God's holy word. We are heading toward the day when we will have a one world order one world government as it were a one world. Religion led by the false prophet walking side by side what the antichrist's and that day is fast approaching a Jesus said he's not going to tell us when he is coming back only, the father knows that. But there will be signed signs of the times as we get closer and closer to that point in time, and you can see it just looking around the world all that is going on the nuclear buildup, of course, of many nations, the country's coming together against the nation of Israel. God's people and they just a moral decline. Moral decay that has gone on in western Europe here in America in particular, and how much further can we fall? I guess that is to question how much further can we fall? And we see this terrible scene. That is just playing out before our very I share in America where the media has just gone over the edge you trust anyone in the news media anymore. It's very hard to I'll tell you. They they have an agenda and the agenda of the far left that is who runs the news media. That issue runs Hollywood that is who runs academia for the most part. They are looking to do one thing, and that is to destroy our constitution and show. The last thing that they want or one it is a constitutionalist as a supreme court Justice and show the attacks came flying against. The Justice that President Trump had nominated Brad Kavanagh to cream court. And what do we see what tag? Do we see placed around his neck but guilty by accusation? And it's not just the supreme court Justice who is getting that it is people in every walk of life. What can stop Joe schmo from going up to you on the street and saying I accuse you of this? Now, you prove your innocence. No, that's not how things work in this country. That's not how things work, according to our constitution. You are innocent until proven guilty in this land. But that is not what is going on in America today guilty by accusation. And again, if they if they do it to a supreme court nominee, they'll do it to you. And don't do it to me. In fact, this happened a long time ago. Didn't it about two thousand years back? There was a man who walked the earth a cinemas, man. A man who was more innocent, then everyone combined, and of course, we know that is the God man the man Jesus Christ. And what did they do to him? What did they do day accused him and Honda title of guilt on him a mockery of a trial? Again, if they do it to God my goodness. Are we surprise that? They would do it to anyone else and they took him to the cross and they murdered him. When he had done. Nothing wrong. He was without sin. But when you have anarchy in what is anarchy anarchy is mob rule and the mob violence that comes with it? And what do they do they go out and they chase down the people who do not agree with them there? There's no more due process, and when no due process, how many people will die. How many people were found during the nineteenth century hanging at the end of a rope. Just because someone said that they had done this that or the other mob violence, you saw this to Westwood being built you saw certainly in the days of slavery and many many innocent people went to their death because of this perverted form of Justice. And what does it do? It ruins people's lives. Jesus's life was taken as others down through the centuries who were a product of this violence, do processes the presumption of innocence. And we must have that presumption of innocence yet Chris Cuomo on the scene. CNN news station says only in a court of law. Should we have the presumption of innocence, not into court of public opinion? Well, really you see what that is going to entail. If that happens if we allow this to be our nation will crumble, where's the backlash to slow this accusation industry down where is it without following the law, we have anarchy? What did Daniel Webster say? He said miracles do not cost her, and what has happened once in six thousand years may not happen again. Of course, he was speaking about the coming together of our nation. Back in the eighteenth century. He was talking about the declaration of independence. He was talking specifically about the constitution of the United States. And he said hold on to the constitution. This is a quote from Daniel Webster. Hold onto the constitution for the American constitution should fall. There will be anarchy throughout the world throughout the world. Because where else has this great experiment in nationhood taking place other than obviously with God's covenant nation, but we are a country that was put together and let me give you another quote on that James Wilson who was appointed by George Washington supreme court Justice. He also signed the declaration of independence and the constitution. He said after a period of six thousand. Years as a maps since the creation, the United States exhibit to the world. The first instance of a nation assembly voluntarily and deciding calmly concerning net system of government under which they would wish that they in their posterity showed live. So again, most countries most nation states down through history have been ruled by kings or or dash pitch monarchies dictatorships, not a free nation such as the United States of America is, but if we lose it, and we are the might to the world we are the role model to the world. Why do you think so many people want to get in this country? Yes, I understand. They see it as as a big giveaway land at this point. And it has become that with with the left, and what they have done to our system of government. But even beyond that people are fleeing play. Places like Venezuela. People are fleeing places in eastern Europe, people are fleeing from China and Russia and Cuba places where the iron hand has come down upon them for so many years, and they want freedom and when they experienced a freedom here in America. And then they see what the math what the progressives are trying to do. They're there in front of the cameras in there saying, no, no, you don't understand. I just came from a country like that. I remember speaking of some people from India who had lived under those types of conditions and maroon out of India, and they've come here, and they say, no, we don't want to go back to that. You're crazy. If you elect people who follow those socialist rules and regulations and dogma, and and the like, no that is not going to work, it will tear this country apart. That's why the big cry. The conservatives have against illegal immigration. Do we want immigrants in this country? Absolutely. But we want them here legally come in here and learn our language assimilate become an American don't just go off into a corner of our nation and do not learn our language and do not assimilate in any way and do not become patriotic and loyal to our cause. No, we don't wanna balkanize demand. We want to meet the melting pot. That people have said we are for so many years. And so we have to come out against us. But where is the backlash, and when is it going to slow down this accusation industry because again, they if they can do this and get away with it? They'll continue to do it and nothing will will progress at that point. We will start the fall we've already started to fall. I think. The pace of it will quicken up immensely and wherever we go. Well, we will go down into the dust beneficiary like every other country like every other empire before us has done. I want to tell you though, as Christians we have nothing to fear. God is sovereign. God is in control. God is supreme. And again, we know that we who are students of the bible we are children of God and part of his family. We know these things and so as riled up this I can get over the injustice of it all and it's easy to get riled up. Again. I'm I'm a patriot. I love my country. I served in the US navy and fought for the freedoms that work gained for me, many many years before that, and you know, we need to pass this on from generation to generation, and yes, we should get riled up about it. But at the same time, I sleep good at night. I sleep good at night because I know God is in charge. I know that ultimately every nation of the world will be cut in pieces with the exception of the nation of is. Israel, as we're told in Zachariah, I understand that. I know where this is all heading one day. And I know our job our duty as believers is continue is to continue to get the word at the gospel message because what happens here on this earth, and in this knife does not matter. It's what happens after you die, and we're all going to die, and where are you going to go? Where's your never dying soul going to spend eternity? Well, there's only two places heaven and hell and show his Christians as believers it is incumbent upon us spread the gospel message to let people know that they can have their sins forgiven. They can be saved from their sin. They can be saved for me. Colonel damnation they can be safe from an eternity in hell if their sins are forgiven, and you only way that happens, of course, is by trusting in the only one who could forgive this ends. And that is God in the second person. The God head Jesus Christ. Our Lord save you came to this earth. Live this endless life as I referred to earlier and died on the cross to pay the penalty for our sins. That's a fact now, do you believe it or don't you? If you do if you're trusting that only he can save you from your since then confess your sense to him and asked him to forgive you of your sins. And he is faithful justifiable tells us to do just add into conscious from all unrighteousness. So this is why I sleep well at night because my sense have been forgiven. I know five my head on the pillow and don't wake up tomorrow. I know that I will be in heaven above for all eternity. I know that because God is in charge. No matter what happens down here on earth. God is in charge of all things the book of job in job chapter twelve verse twenty three we're told that it is God who increases the nations. And destroys them. He enlarges dam and he straightens down. Again, God is in control of all the nations. No matter what the people within them are doing how they are acting. Yes. They can drive us mad sometimes. But God we have to understand is in control of all things from the beginning. Until the end. He knows the end from the beginning. He is omniscient. He knows all things all the time everywhere. And so knowing this and trustworthiness we can rest easy, psalm twenty two verse twenty eight thousand for the kingdom is the Lord. And he is the governor among the nations he governs all nations, he governs all things he is in charge automatically. Yes. He places people humans in charge here in this earth. But he's the one who rules. He is one who. Will tell them what to do. And he does that because he has a plan and his plan will not be swatted. His plan will be brought to fruition. And that plan, of course, is to save a people out of all of these nations. Dow through all of history and to call them his own and to bring them to him, and he will ensure that that is done. He tells us in psalm sixty six I seven he rules by his power forever. His is beholden nations met not rebellious exalt themselves. Well, they certainly tried to do that don't they they've been trying to do that since Nimrod back into book of Genesis tried to rule the world. Yes. The rebellious among us will always lift themselves up, but God is in charge not them. And it has always been that way. It will always be that way. If you look at the second psalm versus two to six we're told the kings of the earth set themselves and the rulers take counsel together against the Lord. And against his anointed saying, let us break their bands asunder and cast away their cords from us heated citizen the heavens, which is the Lord shell laugh. The Lord show have them in derision, then show he speak unto them in his wrath and vexed them in his shore displeasure yet. Have I set my king upon my holy hill of Zion. He says, yeah, he laughs at those who think that they're in charge. They're not in charge of anything. Absolutely not. God is sovereign. God is sovereign over all things to prophet. Daniel told us in the book that bears his name and Daniel chapter two verse twenty one and he speaking of God changes two times in the seasons. He removes kings and sets up kings. He gives wisdom onto the wise and knowledge to them that no understanding he sets up kings and he removes kings. He places the people in place whom he wants there because they will accomplish for him. Good or bad what he needs to be accomplished. He moves. He's moving this world and everyone in it from point a to point B, and he's directing traffic along the way, we're also told in proverbs the book of proverbs, which of course, was written by King Solomon. Salman was the wisest man who ever lived. And he told us about this also in proverbs chapter twenty one verse one he said, the canes heart is in the hands of the Lord as the rivers of water. He turns it whether show ever he will decaying chart, the leaders heart. The president's heart filling the blank there for whoever is in charge of leading nation. The king was basically the roar throughout the earth for most of history and show shaman tells us that the king's heart is in the hand of God. And just like the rivers of water because God turns to rivers of water as well whichever way..

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"kabale" Discussed on THEMOVE

THEMOVE

05:08 min | 3 years ago

"kabale" Discussed on THEMOVE

"Yeah it's not no jerem oh man it's all saul kind of come to a head here this morning are really i had that yesterday like crashed five or six only actually crash the tangled up in kabale stop what is chain back on i waited for lusty way like i said on the radio crash like the behind massie and some people heard some people that it's like selecta selecta carrying i'm that in repeated the radio so you guys get rained in the meaning no it's more just like trying to being clear but it kind of came out this more having a sprinter and then she see guy kind of like for the first time this morning kind of you have to make a call elephant in the room but it's like yeah to me this morning neal's tony of trump back from front ourselves like lots bullshit like this is the sage i can win me difficult to have to leaders what do you what called the confusing situation because no norris also he's such a nice guy he doesn't expect anything either like he didn't this another team later they might have been losing their already saying guys i have my crash up everyone give back here he didn't say work you can kind of be like demanding like we're here for you you work so hard don't let sometimes stops and takes this and it doesn't even mention on the radio that easy going and sometimes you see all should all should stop sometimes you guys taking a pass himself it's like know i don't know gps tracker on the guy yeah flashing life he's behind you any stops this you know yeah just like this morning like it's going to be a hard state disol the profile and the boston's i was great demand small roads call one lane climbs you've cobbles today bobby french haber paver laura less yes so we're in brittany now and recklessly were sort of in my domain i've raised a lot of these roads are going to be on and it's not easy roads here you know it looks like whether it's on your side but the terrain is this is bike racing no you know this is like this is where the the the course will add elements today yeah yeah we were just talking with some people talking some guys in the bunch yesterday to on how much our sport is also dictated by the weather everything if these stages i would have been windy and rainy from the tour with we've been lucky we've had like you know yesterday run in the same direction forty he's like headwind was win these same today it's not that windy but like our scored is so dictated on some of these days through windy it'd be mark hey as an intro we are this is brexit baas stage five and we're i've succeeded in getting into the start village and second like habat breakfast second breakfast or drinking coffees we've got forty minutes to race start and we're in lorient france which was i drove into lorient last night and there was no where to park but it was like a scene out of a western movie like newspapers blowing across the road like dead quiet i parked my car and you just hear this roar and so where the tourist starting this morning last night was transformed into world cup venue and there were there were a couple thousand fans videos i went to a little grocery store bought a couple of tall boys and by buddy met up with that with me and it was bonkers flares horns screaming kissing yelling this country is football mania and then to have tdf i mean we're like fans great you wake up with a hangover today and turn on the tv on the couch and watch the tour here's early cracked this morning it's i mean it's summertime in france you know they got france going into the finals like franz it's yeah i wonder how much it's going to change the stage on sunday when it's the world cup final and remain stage yeah cuts going to well i was almost wishing bill for that could be boys like france belgium in order yeah there were some belgian soccer fans last night with flags brave and stupid soccer fans rule against holy shit and you know movie star the team was staying just across.

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"kabale" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"kabale" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Us those of us who car selves americans today in this day and age no matter what the future holds for our land we can trust in his faithfulness to us as believers god is not here to save america but he is here to save the righteous people in the land amen god has a plan in motion for those who trust in him and as paul reminds us in philippians one six we can be confident that he which has begun a good work and perform it until the day of jesus christ a man happy birthday america that verse fight away flippy enj one six for those of you who have been longtime listeners of indefens truth you will recognize that as the favourite verse of dr john decker he started this broadcast back in june of nineteen sixty three we just just last month began our fifty sixth year of continuous broadcast we have not missed a broadcast in now going on fifty six years and we thank dr decker for getting us on the air dr arthur sight before him had a broadcast not by the same name as ours but emanated from our church and was for the gory of god of course and of course it was stored we believed not only put these thoughts in the minds of these gentlemen these these pastors but it's god who helps support us it's god who's troubled the hearts convicted the hearts of christian people to perhaps invest in this broadcast oh my goodness if you could give a gift wouldn't that be wonderful contact us here at indefensible truth through the kabale bible presbyterian church in baltimore maryland we would love to hear from you and you know we have an app free app that is available for anybody who has an an an android smartphone or iphone go to your app store go to your store type in kabul church and you can you can get a free app.

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"kabale" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"kabale" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"Well what could go wrong is over expectation that the president says that he wants north korea to denuclearize for the north koreans that is basically meaning that they're going to reduce their nuclear weapons for us as their to dismantle their nuclear weapons that's not gonna happen so that's what could go wrong what go go right brian is a lot of good things that could happen the release of three americans the remains of our soldiers some of them coming back from the summit the president today talking about the japanese abductees human rights issues but i think we've got a lower expectations i have given credit to the president for making this decision to go to north korea or meet with the north koreans in this summit very high risk but at the same time things couldn't be worse in the korean peninsula so i give him credit the pr problem is over expectations the problem is that he won't be prepared now i commend him for this trip of pompeo to north korea i mean that's like ole cia days henry kissinger going to china secret mission richard dixon that was good so this is a positive step but my worry is that one we won't be prepared north koreans are relentless i've negotiated with under tough they have an agenda but they're not gonna denuclearize they've got sixty nuclear weapons maybe we can get them to reduce the weapons curb their us missile activity reduce it stop pointing their artillery to south korea i think it was good that he met with japanese prime minister you know we've got fifty thousand american troops japan is vulnerable the japanese have been left out of the negotiations i think kabale was a little resentful the.

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"kabale" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"kabale" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Longtime fear of being voice one reason why he writes nobody was coming in with through was safely through politics featured prominently in the second half of the telecast youtube performed outdoors with the statue of liberty in the background the band was introduced by singer and songwriter camilo kobe o who spoke in support of the children of undocumented immigrants we remember that this country was built by dreamers four dreamers chasing the american dream kobe or said she was proud to be a cuban mexican immigrant born in east vana and all i know is just like dreams these kids can't be forgotten and are worth fighting for kabale also joined cindy lauper and dozens of women onstage to perform with cash out on her song praying written about her alleged abuse at the hands of a producer yeah he is introducing cash singer joel now monet called out the music industry we say times up for pay inequality times up for discrimination times up for harassment of any kind and time's up for the abuse of power in the final performance of the night came from rapper logic who ended this way black is beautiful women are as russia's as they are stronger than any man i have never met and onto them i say stand tall and thrust all creditors under the weight of your heart that is full of the law they will never take away from you and who honored the very countries president trump recently disparaged all the beautiful countries logic said filled with culture diversity and thousands of years of history monday elite than baffling npr news i'm in six months i feel.

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"kabale" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"kabale" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Likes to eat at mcdonald's nobody knew his time and the crew was safely peru mainly politics featured prominently in the second half of the telecast youtube performed outdoors with the statue of liberty in the background the band was introduced by singer and songwriter camila cabello who spoke in support of the children of undocumented immigrants we remember that this country was built by dreamers four dreamers chasing the american dream kobe said she was proud to be a cuban mexican immigrant born in east vana and all i know is just like dreams these kids can't be forgotten and are worth fighting for kabale also joined cindy lauper and dozens of women onstage to perform with cash show on her song praying written about her alleged abuse at the hands of her producer yeah he is introducing cash singer and now monet called out the music industry we say times up for pay inequality times up for discrimination times up for harassment of any com and times up for the abuse of power the final performance of the night came from rapper logic ended this way black is beautiful women are as precious as they are stronger than any man i have never met and i see them as they stand tall and plus all creditors under the weight of your heart that is full of the law they will never take away from you and honored the very countries president trump recently disparaged all the beautiful countries logic said filled with culture diversity and thousands of years of history monday elite than by for npr news i'm going i would say in months i feel like them whoa i would never.

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"kabale" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"kabale" Discussed on 710 WOR

"I of interest in it i mean have you heard of a new kersee boots any the poet yeah i know all of them might got who is it a you got a taylor swift obviously we know head sheeran union those ripe okay cain smokers they're all right i saw them last year sam smith yup another good one halsey never heard of all out boy were great love fall out boy uh demi lovato shia you got nial from a nial and liam from one direction now they're solo artist so they're sub for act you know what that is that the bathroom break their otto go fill the drinks to go to the bathroom when they come meal at kabale never heard of rats the number one song right now vana vana na na na that's how go the haven't heard that one years like that i know the israeli it's great song seriously p how many of these have you heard of four no i for heard of all of them except the last one um how many of them would i if they were individually applying go have no but if they're all together and i could say i saw these people are get off my by actually not their leisure was justin bieber arianna 'grande yeah i'm trying to figure who chain smokers were there it was cold but they haley stein could i go back like twenty years in go to t hotline with have a may like i i just i need to be eighteen years old again and then i'll go watch janko bond who still would argue get out of here logic is performing which sometimes according to the caller sal you lack yeah well iron when your anti right now tell you meighan is yeah sometimes you got to be a logical come on jingle ball ninetyseven arrowsmith wow it's a good one how old is jacked street boys and arrows smith and the same concert in sentimental 30 years from now them stole alive then i'll be able to look back and say i was there yeah but it's also the same thing i think when i when i watch the knicks at the garden and i say man i wish i could go back twentyfive years.

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