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Are You Happy?
"What makes me happy with. Without the spirit of god i'm going to always be stumbling and fumbling and trying to find happiness and all the wrong places but when i trust god and i follow him and the spirit of the lord dwells within me. His word lives within me. His spirit lives within me vest where the happiness comes from another thing that we have to understand. I'm happy because god orders my steps. He establishes my path. I'm happy because morning morning new mercies. I see all that i have needed. A his hand has provided for me. That's what makes me happy. Great is his faithfulness. The faithfulness of god makes me happy. I'm happy because god's grace is sufficient for my ever need truly happy person is happy because god showers them with favor. A happy person is An example for others to imitate a happy person is one who does not walk in the counsel of the ungodly that happy person is led by the spirit of law and walks in the spirit and follows the wheel and the way of god happy. Are you happy a are you living your best life happy. That's that's the key is the when we when we trust in the law. He would lead us and got us indirect us. That's why the psalmist says you can't. You can't stand in the way of the ungodly if a person does ungodly things. How can you trust them with advice for any reason. The ways of the righteous are the path of peace and happiness your footsteps of ordered by the law not by the world standards by the word of god and not by deceptive ungodly schemes and karnal people paul says like this therefore if anyone is in christ jesus he is a new creation. She is a new creation. Goal has passed away and new. Things have come. You see the old person that person before. Christ right has the and the new person now walks in the happen. As in the joy and the peace and the inwood grace that is displayed through the outward walt with god which is demonstrated when you have been transformed by the renewing of your mind and you present your bodies as living sacrifice. A wholly unacceptable unto. God which is your reasonable act of worship if you want to be happy. Don't stand in the way of the center in other words. Be careful with the company you keep because sometimes the company you keep will corrupt you. They will influence you in the wrong way and in negative ways instead of positive ways. Even though i'm a senator saved by grace and not by works made alive by the holy spirit. Revive resuscitated from death. Through the power of the holy spirit through god. Ask still have to make sure that. I'm choosy of who i hang out with. The psalms also talks to us in that same same song and he tells us that we ought to meditate upon the word of gaul. Which will help us stay away from the evil ways of life meditate to think deeply and focus your mind for a period of time in silence. Own the word of god
Tulsi Gabbard Named Democratic Nominee After Discovery Of Obscure Rule That Grants Nomination To Whoever Wins 0.7% Of The Vote In Missouri
"Massive news from the Democratic National Convention today. US. Representative. Tulsi Gabbard has been named the party's presidential nominee. After DNC vice chairman, Peter may burst into a press conference brandishing dusty copy of the democratic. Party's original eighteen twenty eight charter to announce shocking discovery an obscure rule granting the nomination to whomever wins zero point seven percent of the primary vote in the state of Missouri Opr. CHEAP, political correspondent. Dirk mullins was on the scene and joins us now dirk this was quite a one eighty, right leslie truly one of the most unexpected political turnarounds in US history Tolsey Gabbard, the representative from Hawaii who dropped out of the presidential race and nearly six months ago has now gained the nomination mere moments before Joe Biden was due to become the party's official nominee take a listen. Please folks folks. Let me finish. And I quote from the document itself. Sorry. It's a little dusty. It is here to unanimously decreed. That the candidate, whomsoever procures betwixt the margin of six tenths and eight tenths of the vote in The Majesty state of Missouri Beneath the Pale blood moon. In fallow season shall be made our party's nominee for chief executive. It is a dramatic shakeup that caught even the DNC off guard after they discovered the parchment based rule book locked away in a hidden chamber sealed deep below their archives well. It would've been nice to know this back in March. Obviously. We're GONNA need to destroy a lot of Biden twenty twenty merchandise and we had a lot of folks voting during a pandemic for primary that was essentially meaningless. But ultimately, my hands are tied she one zero point seven percent of the Missouri. Vote. What else are we supposed to do while truly unprecedented but what does this mean? For? Democrats in two, thousand, twenty well, it's not good representative or I should say nominee Gabbard has virtually no name recognition and she's pulling in the low single decimal points no one has been able. To get in touch with her either due to her lack of any staff or campaign infrastructure. Frankly, we're not even sure what platform consists of something like ending foreign military bases. I don't really remember now Tulsi Gabbard cheese the senator from Massachusetts. Correct. Now I believe you're thinking of Elizabeth Warren Mistake, it's the one with the crystal the self-help one Marianne Williamson Oh interesting. well, I've got to admit I have no idea who you're talking about then but with that said, she did win the exact sliver of the vote in Missouri that counts in terms of receiving the presidential nomination. That's all that matters right now, what does the Biden campaign saying? This must be a disappointment for them. It certainly is they're searching for a workaround by arguing this decision is superseded by an even. Older precolonial taxed that magnificant democracy him from sixteen, Eighty two. That's the old pamphlet about how to keep Goblins from emerging out of hell and overrunning a functioning democracy. Right? That's right now, those passages suggest only papist like Joe Biden for example, has the power to resist the quote devils. Karnal source laments so far though the Democratic Party has stuck to its guns on this point seven percent of Missouri principle though. Tolsey two, thousand, twenty or bust incredible. It looks that way. We haven't seen this big of a shakeup since John Quincy Adams to the White House due to a loophole in the Electoral College granting the presidency to any candidate born with six toes on his left foot. Really stunning news. Thanks for the report dirk that's Dirk
From Active Duty to the Red Carpet: How Hollywood Helped This Veteran Understand Civilian Life
"Welcome everybody today on mission daily. We have Jennifer Marshall. She is a navy veteran and she's now an actress host in all forms of entertainment. She's going to fill in today about what it was like coming out of the military, and then also getting into Hollywood, we're GONNA also find out a little bit about what she has in store for the future Jennifer welcome to mission daily. Thank you so much for having me this husband a work in progress for months now. Well I'll tell you what booking is always crazy I'm sure your schedule's busy schedule gets rearranged all the time to from people cancelling and demanding reschedules, and then we have paid sponsors. It's not always easy. Yeah, gets a little crazy well. Thanks for doing the show and thanks for Karnal period of time for us. Thank you so much for having me. So where are you today right now? So I'm in Los, Angeles today is a very rare day off. So I'm actually in my robe in my bed with my cat, so it's a good day. So, we always like to talk about what you're doing today a little bit how you got here and then what's going on future? So, what are you working on now at I? Don't know if you can even disclosed, but hopefully you can. Oh, Gosh, so unfortunately I can't as actors. Were you know anyone in front of the camera or behind the camera and entertainment? We most of the time we. We signed nondisclosure agreements, and that's just because you know different studios compete. They don't want people knowing who's on their project so I am working on something. Really Great I'm working on projects today I have the day off and so I've got some downtime, and I'm enjoying the downtime. Because once we ramp up and we start shooting. It's going to be a couple. Months of you know relentless. Twelve to sixteen hour days, onset, six or seven days in a row, so I'm definitely enjoying this downtime for the rest of January okay so I want to dive into. Let's dive into that right away. You're famously known as being a navy vet, so the military is generally regarded as a very difficult. Demanding job in there is I would say a notion or this idea. It's probably false and I think it's false. Bad Actors and actresses have. Have it quite easy yet. You just talked about twelve to sixteen hour days six to seven days a week. Tell me what is harder. Is the military or doing your role today? You know it depends because when I was on deployment in the military. That is very difficult. I would say that most of the sites that I go on I am either co-starring, which is just a few lions or one scene on a show that can be. Pretty easy because you're in your trailer most of the day you're relaxing. You're waiting in year. Prepare for when they need you. If your guest starring a little more crazy because you're in several scenes, or you're in one very long seen, that can be quite difficult with the show that I'm hosting right now. Mysteries Dakota very difficult to shoot because I'm in every scene. It's my show. I'm hosting it and so. So there is no downtime I don't have a trailer. Basically just go in the car if I need to relax for a few minutes, but I'm interviewing all the witnesses I'm interviewing all of the experts and so occasionally my co-host will interview somebody, but it is. It's very taxing. It's twelve sixteen hours on set and There's not a lot of downtime so I would say that that in comparison to deployments both. Both are difficult in their own way. And you know being on deployment was definitely more physically difficult, but when you are in front of a camera, and you're hosting a show you have to be on. You have to be intelligent. You have to know what you're talking about. You have to be quick witted. You have to be able to pivot very quickly, and you have to be adaptable, so I find deployment to. To be physically taxing, but I find hosting the show to be very intellectually demanding and I'm drained by the end of the day for sure now I got a quick question for so you're talking about twelve to sixteen hour days. You're talking about six to seven days a week, but a very small percentage of what you do. All the work that you do actually ends up in the final product is that? Is that disheartening hurt that is that just something you've got become used to know? Thank you so much for bringing that up. Because it's people don't understand like especially with my show, they'll say well. You didn't bring up this theory or that theory or this theory and I always tell them. There are so many theories that we look at, but you know when we shoot hours and hours and hours of footage, you know we only have forty one minutes in the show and they're so much. That does not get shown, so there's so many different theories that we do. But it just doesn't make it into the show so additionally. There was a show that I was in probably two years ago called timeless on NBC and shot on that show for five days. Will it turns out that one of the scenes I was in? They completely cuts, and it was a lot of us that were in the scene, and then another scene that I was in. They cut my lines and it didn't have anything to do. Do with performance on. It just had to do with how the scene was set up and that it wasn't really conducive to kind of go into the trench where we were and get the lines because of the hectic nature of the scene, so I shot for five days, and it doesn't look like shot for five days in the final cut so when you're watching whatever you're watching. If you have an actor host in your life, be kind. Kind. Because sometimes it's difficult. You know you give a few days or a few weeks of your life to something, and sometimes it just doesn't show that in the final cut.
The Grand Tour of George Whitfield
"Seventeen thirty nine what happened here well the grand evangelist himself the Grand Randy Tenor at George Whitfield came to Bruton Parish Church and preached a powerful evangelistic message right here. What's the significance of seventeen thirty nine in the life of George Whitfield well it begins his first American tour it will take him through all of seventeen forty and he will leave in January of seventeen forty he won and he was a sensation. I think in his journal he mentioned that people travel on horseback fourteen mile just to hear this one message to hear this sermon yeah and I know they traveled even further and other places in fact when Whitfield would come to preach most cities would just shut down. They would cancel judicial hearings. Ah Shop would close farmers would come out of the field. They would all come flocking to hear Whitfield pre. No one could compete no-one no-one. What was the title the sermon he gave her the title of sermon is what think he of Christ and is drawn from Matthew twenty two forty two and it's intentionally originally evangelistic because he understood this was a very religious place but without regeneration and without the new birth and so he was intentionally probing the heart and the mind to the chase. Let's cut to the chase. He's got one opportunity what Thinki- of Christ and we are standing standing right here at the church yard of Bruton Parish Church outside and we don't know whether what field was inside or outside likely was probably outside yes so so we are here with him in spirit centuries later and I thought if you could read for us near Great George Whitfield voice a choice paragraph from this sermon yeah to treat S. two yeah this is just one paragraph and it's still early in the message and it shows how just energized he was in the very beginning of this message and so here's Whitfield some and I fear a multitude which no man can easily number are among us who call themselves Christians and yet seldom or never ever seriously think of Jesus Christ it all let me just hit the pause the tax what thinking of Christ what Winfield is saying is the problem is you don't even think about Christ it all and so he goes on to elaborate they think of their shops and their farms their plays they're balls their assemblies and Horse Races Bass for Christ the author and finisher of faith the Lord who has bought poor centers with his precious blood and who is the only thing worthy thinking of alas. He is not in at all and their thoughts or at most in very few of their thoughts but believe me. Oh you earthly sensual well Karnal minded professors however little you may think of Christ now or however industriously you may strive to keep him out of your thought by pursuing suing the lust of the flesh the losted the eyes and the pride of life yet there is a time coming when you will wish you had thought of Christ more and of your pleasure is your less so he is driving at the heart that you must give Christ the place of preeminence. You know it's earlier in the sermon in you. We talked about this earlier. Are this great line from Whitfield. He is unworthy of the name of minister who is unwilling to die for the truth of the Lord Jesus and Whitfield certainly was that he he was he was willing to die and he was often attacked for preaching sermons like this there were death threats on his life and actual real threats upon his life as he even be sleeping in bed and people break into the room and try to stab him to death but Whitfield was willing to die for the message to seal it with his own blood if necessary and a preacher who's not willing to die for his message is rarely powerful as he would live for the message and he did all that for the sake of the Gospel Amen Well. That's Dr Steve Lawson. Listen on George Whitfield on location in Williamsburg Virginia and I'm Steve Nichols and thanks for listening to five minutes in Church history for more ordination or to listen to past episodes. Please visit five minutes in Church history dot com.
"karnal" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Blues trail by a goal. Here comes Schwartz across the Boston line. Why it fires? It goes. Why along the near side kept alive Shan behind the net? Now, Tarasenko the far corner out at comes to Garson daughter, sit across the for transit transit all holds moves it into the slot. Tarasenko of the shop at kicked out by Rask. Blue's keep it alive for Transvaal log shop through a street, but other safe by Rask. He hasn't faced many over the last two periods, but two big ones there. And now the puck comes out of this with three minutes. Remaining Bom Easter quickly Hippocratic, they try and catch the Bruins out of change. But karnal gets back and he plays the puck for Boston in behind the net for crew, and now the Bruins move it through the neutral zone with a three two lead knocked out at the live by bowl. Miester now into play it as Perico along with crashing. They battled near corner, maroon wives at around comes the crew at the left point in behind the net Maruta over for the blues now Bom Easter back up the right side two and a half remaining. Three to Boston with the league rolling it on ramps wolves it up the right side, O'Reilly over for the blues now, maroon of the corner, maroon since one through the creeks comes out to the point four Morocco men out to Bom Easter straightaway wrist shot missiles that. The right in behind the net O'Reilly and call on the puck winds up in the Nettie with two thirteen remaining. Buried three stay with us for the NFC. You post game report. We'll recap all the highlights..
"karnal" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"The university level karnal baseball team is the top seed in the ACC baseball championship that opens today, durum levels part of a three team pool with twelve seeded Boston College and eighth-seeded Clemson the cards will face the eagles in play tomorrow being of low baseball redecked Moore's named ACC pitcher of the year. The seven cardinal to earn a conferences, top under four pitcher and just the second to do so since joining the ACC well, since the since drew Harrington did it in two thousand sixteen Detmer's was also a first team all selection. Meanwhile, Kentucky junior left. Zac Thompson was named a second team. All SEC conference selection. Thompson is also a semi finalist for the golden spikes award, which is given to the nation's top player. He was dominant on the mound this past season. Posting six one record with a two point four zero yard, staying with baseball the St Louis cardinals open to two-game set, not against their in state rivals the royals at Busch stadium, whether they could use some help to they're just to incent. Seven in their last nine games in fourth in the National League central but people in Saint Louis, and they don't care about baseball right now because it's all about the Stanley Cup playoffs. The blues are in action tonight against the sharks in game, six the Western Conference finals, and they can close that out and move onto the Stanley Cup finals that with a win tonight as the Boston Bruins await the winner of that series and the NBA finals, the Golden State Warriors are headed to their fifth straight NBA finals. They outlast the Portland trailblazers one. Nineteen one seventeen in overtime, they will await the winner of the bucks in raptor series. The bucks lead that series two games to one. They'll play game for north of the border in Toronto tonight. Go you have to date here at NewsRadio eight forty WFAN. Two minutes out from we'll Clark the news news about your money now. Let's head to Wall Street citizen, junior Bank. Bloomberg money update with Courtney Donohoe. Good morning. Tony Chinese officials continue to warn that.
How the heck do you take a photo of a black hole? (The 3:59, Ep. 542)
"The. Welcome to the three fifty nine or under Chiang ring. What does black hole look like thanks to eight Rio telescopes and a lot of scientists we now have a picture. I'll be it's one. That's fifty five million years old. Yeah. So it's about fifty five million light years away, which means that we're just seeing it now, and it kinda looks like sore on or like a golden ring l you know, we saw a couple of means Republic with a little bit of Photoshop. It's been kinda moved altered to look like a a bagel or my personal favorite. Like a glazed doughnut. You know, what my personal favorite is? But we can't talk. If you go on my Twitter feed, you can see it's not talking about that. So this is the the black hole the center of the Messier eighty seven or eighty seven galaxy as you said fifty five million light years away. It's just fascinating look at this thing is it's not what I expect. I wasn't sure. What did you think that it was going to be like pitch black? Be honest. Yes. I saw the tweet go out as I was on the train. It went underground. So I kinda lost reception for a bit and it didn't load. So it's just the black image. Am I being trolled here is this? What really was like, oh, I don't have reception and wanted finally loaders like, oh that is not what I expected at. All. Yeah. What were you expecting? Honestly, like a pitch black like thing. I thought that might have like it'd be like an eclipse with the ring a lane. It's kind of what it does look like those kind of well the fiery bit was surprising to me. So yeah, it's fascinating is. Is these are actually images this basically using radio waves to create an image. They used like a bunch of telescopes from around the planet to kind of piece together different parts of it. So it's as if they had like a several cameras than took small snippets of it. Put it all together in one collage that fits together. Yeah. It's that's cover mazing. It's just blows my mind how they're able to do that. Next up on talk about air pods to versus the power beat pro power beats pro- karnal has nice or Vanessa. Sorry. Nasa has a nice breakdown of which ones you should get a bottom line of you need them right away. Air pods two or one point five is what David calls is probably the ones you should get power beats aren't coming in toll may. But they do offer. They've got the hook clips. I know if you're if you're paranoid about those air pods fine falling out like our friend. Dan of Ganden, boom. Those. Clips are could be very important. And I also enjoy that they're like in ear. There is a big reason why I don't like air pods that much because I don't like headphones that are not in ear like like air pods are now you are a cost conscious of guy. This is these are two hundred fifty dollars almost one hundred dollars more than the air pods. Is this something that you consider what the hook and the inner ear? No. Yeah. I still wanna buy like, it's it's two hundred fifty dollars get outta my face. But I'm just saying that they do look better than the airports do seem to dress a main concerns for folks who are a little leery of the airport. And that said that the charge cases massive that my my I think that's a big convenience of air pods with like the case looks like like floss you would carry around. Right. That is not the case with the beats case. Lastly, if you're not filed that's your big thing. Dave Colorado say that this power beats offer Richard cleaner sound better bass than air pods. So something to consider a lastly, check out our exclusive interview with Carla Hayden, the librarian of congress and her audacious plan to put everything in the library of congress online at your fingertips. This is the latest in nets library package taking a look at how libraries are volving in this new digital age. Yeah. It's really cool. I I do think that you know, a lot of resources of the library would be. Much better. If you could get it online. And yeah, check out our exclusive story on that. All right source. Gordon Chang, I'm offering. We'll sing.
"karnal" Discussed on Alice @97.3
"The best man embezzling all the dough, man. Oh, and I mentioned this on Friday. But I thought it was worth a quick mention her in the late. So I'll do it real quick here this morning, as you know, we're watching society change before our eyes. Fifty one percent of young people are single. It's the highest percentage ever the age group eighteen to thirty four single. Yeah. I was thinking about that all weekend. It's trippy. Yeah. You know, and you even mentioned at the time, you're like, well, my boys don't have they're not coupled up, and then they don't seem to have any interest in that. Or at least not that. They're telling me about. That's weird. Because focus of their lives biological. Oh, I mean, unsure that that that drive is there. I mean to. For sex. But it seems like that's available. Now, like, I'm crediting people are on these random hookups, and they are like satisfying, whatever karnal need perhaps without for. Sure. Oh, I don't. And I don't even want to know. I don't need to picture that my kids are so their little they're just little boys. Are you going on? All right. My mind there. Yeah. I mean, I think there was some. Outside influence driving me. But for the most part, I was also biologically driven to try and kiss girls. Like, I really couldn't get it out of my mind. Please kiss me. No, let me try..
"karnal" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"So you would the test of karnal softest tests used that to exercise the kernel, of course, cutting testing is very important as the part of rally dating qualifying cardinal is really important because it is the foundation piece in any of the lyrics ecosystem you want to help those bits. So it it. So we have various methods to in the cardinal to verify things like, for example, we have if I am writing ape changing driver, for example. I would go torn on configuration options in the cardinal that make sure that my locking is seen. That means I'm not locking here and leaving the law leaving that lock not unlocking. It those lock and unlock are balanced. So I can I can go into the cardinal and say I want to turn on those options. So which which which is I do so and then in other cases, they we have other DiBa GOP shins that will go and say look at case on for example, are just stunned as Asian so we can turn dot on. And then it'll go make sure it's these are all not something that you would turn on in the field. Right. But you would do it during the Dell of -ment or you do it as validation mechanism. Before saying everything looks good. So you would go and say, hey, I'm going to turn on a DOE sanitizer. And tell me if I have any memory that. I am using after free or. Any kind of memory issues? I might have. That's one example. So we have various tools within the kernel configuration options compile time configuration options that we can turn on and debugged. So we use all of these mechanisms. And in addition, we in some cases, we have tracing we can turn on tracing on Chrissy events. Like, for example. You are you have a host. And then you are you have a VM running. So you say, hey, I want to take this device and assign it to the VM. So we can if we are interested in looking at, hey, how this process is working is it correctly working so we can go and turn on Tracy events. So during run time and then turn them off. If we want tracing is an interesting one because. Done. Some shows about in distributed, tracing I'm assuming tracing somewhat just non-distribution raising somewhat similar where it's measuring the late and sees through the different paths that it's that a call might be taking or measuring at least that the call is is making its way through the different lower levels. I guess maybe define what tracing in this particular case, these Tracy events if for us to get a feel for how it particular user action might be taking paths it's similar to that. It's kind of taking baths in the Colonel. And we want to make sure we are facing the path. It's taking it could be used in two ways. It could also be used how fast something happens performance racing. And the other aspect is is it taking the right paths in the kernel that we expect you to take right? So as a debugging tool, so those are. Two different uses of that. I think what I'm what I'm getting at is that we have multiple ways to debugged and test the Colonel, and then we use depending on the depending on what we are doing as Colonel downpours. We all we do we use all of those avenues to test the cardinal doing dveelopment, integration and debugging. So if I had some change, and then I ran a performance trace on it. And there was a small increase in latency due to that change. How would you know, if that performance penalty is is like a bug or is something that would be considered a regression because sometimes it's tolerable increase in latency? It's not a big deal. Nobody's ever going to recognize it is there some judgment that's involved in that process. Yes. Yes. Depending on how bad the performance impact is. And why that? Whites introduced you have to fill the bay. I go go about it is I have to I root costs and say, why did why am I seeing the change? So what happened is that change can the change be explained? Or is it is it avoidable. Maybe that is something in the path..
"karnal" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show
"Relevancy? Humanistic significance. And I matter I matter to the system. Now, here's the thing. Trump craves that on really karnal level to like most unreached people. Do I did didn't you when you were on regenerate person? Isn't was this your great you're especially as a man boy, we love our significance as men, right? We will. We will do all kinds of stupid stuff in search of it. Right. Yes. It search of legacy. So the beauty of it is though he has a platform that pardon the expression trumps all the rest of these. Of all the unrig generate people in our system. He has the platform that Trump's all of the other ones. So even engaging them going to war against them. You're still sort of acknowledging Taiwan exists. Right. You really boy. If you are if you're in Trump's inner circle. You really wanna stick it to CNN? You really wanna stick it to the failing New York Times? Stick with that message. Oh. Who cares? And if he does it to me, I kind of had a Eureka moment these last couple of days with the McDonald's thing too. And Clemson like he. His he really was confused in the first two years of his presidency about how much people hated him people of clue hated him before. But a lot of people loved him and liked him on both sides. That's why you see all these photo ops of all these Hollywood people they wanted to be and I think it really hit him like a ton of bricks the level of hatred got. And if if he does what you're asking. It'll mean he finally, and listen even for Donald Trump that might take a while to come to terms with if he Finally I don't care about that then he can govern. Yes. Agreed. If he can get over I want I want Maggie Haberman at the near. Yes, I have curried favor with for the last fifteen years. I want her to acknowledge my great victory in two thousand sixteen if he can just get over all of that. I need you to knowledge had more people at my inauguration. If he can if he can finally just come to grips with the fact that the mini put an R after his name elected that Jay Z's and snoop Dogg bringing find him cool anymore. That's right. And even just point realize that there's nothing he can do to change that. I was reading an account before we went on the air today. A college football player who visited the White House in the Clinton years. They got Popeye's chicken. Really? Yeah..
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Matthew’s top waiver wire adds are headlined by Dak Prescott, Josh Adams and Anthony Miller
"Match against the falcons, and I've got him a fifteen you've got him a ten. This is the ultimate matchup. It really is right now about as good of a match because you could find in the NFL. Yeah. Let's start there. Seven of the past e quarterbacks to face the falcons have finished QB nine or better. Unreal. Seven out of eight have been at least Cuba nine all have been top fifteen this season. Overall, seventy eight percent of quarterbacks facing the falcons have finished top ten that is worse than the NFL by far that rate for the falcons, they have just a livered to goods for opposing quarterbacks. Look at Dak Prescott and a little closer coming off a big game against the eagles, which I won't talk about specifically. But he's been a top eight fantasy quarterback during three of his past four outings is fourteen offensive touchdowns this season only five interceptions. And again, this is a run heavy. Cowboys offense. Yes, they've been for a long time. But it's not as run heavy. As they've been in years past throwing their little bit, more balanced. It's not like Seattle, which is full on running. It's a little more balanced. So that's a good sign. So I do I think he's the streaming option for sure this week. The only reason I have my reservations running back are nothing to counter what you said, Mike because you make very reasonable points there. It's merely this first of all he's got three rushing touchdowns in his last four games. So call point seven five rushing touchdowns per game. If you were to project him for more or less than that, it would be less. It would certainly be less. Yes. Sometimes when you watch Dak he's like the most frustrating player to watch with Rover. Right. Because like he's just not the most natural throwers in the NFL. And that's a very kind way of putting not generous. He's he's not. He's not a particularly good throw over the football. That's what it comes down to. He has been rather officiant recently though, over his past two games. And maybe it's it's a sm-. It's a small samples as what it really is. But if you want to buy into the Amari Cooper is helping him hype train sixty seven point seven percent completion percentage two weeks ago. Seventy two point two percent completion percentage this past week. And although he's been running the football really effectively. Terms of touchdown scored only twenty rushing yards over his past two weeks. So it's not like he's getting a bunch of designed read option attempts that we have seen in previous junctures of his career. You gotta eighteen point eight points verse for projected fantasy outlook this week. Put it. I'm gonna use them in a couple of nugget you. Yeah. I, you know, I'm sitting here talking to myself out of it. But I'm going to talk myself into it by Sunday morning. You're just gonna flip back and Watson that might be worrying that by the end of the week. It's just such a good matchup. And yes Dion Jones is coming back. But that that off which is great for that defense, but doesn't heal all the woes still obviously, no gala Nielsen Robert still no for karnal. Alan still a several other injuries that have decimated that defense so far this season you, and I are having a conversation about the show about like just the idea that like so much of our thought process has to be process over results and don't look backwards forwards but looking backwards at the Atlanta quarterback points allowed is impossible to ignore. I mean week two and on. Here's the number of points scored by opposing quarterbacks against the falcons twenty seven point six forty four point four twenty four point eight twenty one point three thirty point seven twenty point seven sixteen point four twenty two point six take away the best and take the worst. And it's all scores. North of twenty points. Yeah. So it's like, it's hard to mess up. Someone will at some point.
"karnal" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Karnal west Smith. In our media center today and Colonel skip ashes in our center over at regent university. And I'm gonna before we get into anything. And I'm going to thank our everybody. That's listening. That's a veteran or currently serving. Thank you for your service. But I also want to specifically thank our two that are here with us today. And skip ahead. You do this before? But I think it'd be really important for people to know where you serve when you went into the army how long you served them. That's the same thing. Okay. West Point graduate. I graduated one thousand nine hundred seventy two so I was commissioned an armor for nineteen seventy two I went through initial schooling at Fort Knox, Kentucky and Fort Benning, Georgia. My first tour was in Korea. And I served to tourists and career one is simple. Tune leader one is a Taliban commander. Inbetween? I was served at Fort Hood, Texas, and the First Cavalry Division. I went to the defense language institute to study German and went to a graduate schooling. And of the university of Zurich in Switzerland. I taught at West Point for a tour three years in the history department. I went to the command general staff college at Fort Leavenworth. And then I went over to a tank battalion and Germany where I was the battalion operations officer, and then the executive officer and ultimately my career ended. I was in Pentagon. I served for three years as the NATO desk officer in the office of the deputy chief of operations and plans on the army staff. Well, and then my final year I served as a strategist for the office of the secretary of defense and Colonel Smith. Yes, sir. I was commissioned in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven as a chaplain candidate. And then the next year commissioned as a chaplain first Lieutenant retired after twenty six years as a full Colonel. I. During the break. I joined the army and saw the world stationed in Korea and Germany fort Lewis, Washington, fort sill, Oklahoma, fort Monmouth, New Jersey, Fort McPherson in Atlanta for Carson Colorado on the headquarters department of the army staff at the Pentagon for a time. And then I finished up my MAC to service those twenty six years as the senior ranking Chapman, the Dover air force base honoring those who were killed in action in Iraq, and Afghanistan and other missions and also meeting with all of those families this deal with the Bladensburg cross is especially close to my heart. Jay because my first year at the Pentagon when I was assigned there, they had redone the casualty notification policy in in a number of years since the first Gulf war, and I was the project officer, and we totally redid the program of how we notify parents, and husbands and wives and other family members when their soldier or sailor or airman or marine has been killed and we spent a year. A year redoing how we tell families that their loved one is now dead that they pay the Altemus sacrifice. And so this Bladensburg cross issue and issues like that. I find very very offensive because I have been up close and personal with people who've lost their service member. And it's just a travesty that this person and the American humanist have come up with this. I thought it was really rich that the person who's a part of this lawsuit said that they run their errands. They felt excluded. By this cross the emphasis on say felt excluded. This cross is not about them. It's not supposed to make them feel included is about one hundred and sixty thousand men who died in war one, especially those from Prince George's county. The American Unisys. Go ahead. Was very important is that this was a local monument for the boys. Many would call the boys or admitted who sacrificed some who'd never returned home. But it was on me to all who served. Not just for those who who died though, it subsidizes Kelly had said earlier broadcast. It was like a gravestone see that way expanded as we expanded Arbor stay to encompass Veterans Day. But I think it's so rich that here we are celebrating the hundredth anniversary of the end of World War One. And we're fighting out still at courts of the United States for a memorial. Nearly as old as the World War One itself. It's ninety three years old. And it's because someone just doesn't like it feels excluded. It was not a monument built in twenty sixteen. Let's say for all veterans. This was a monument built back right after the World War what? So nearly one hundred years ago for the Prince George's county, specifically the blades Berg area about. Forty or sub odd. Bidded boys who served it world, some who'd ever return, and it was to them. They're primarily Christian. This was not controversial it was odd private property at the time, and it was through eminent domain and other actions later that it causes to even be part of the government property, but this is part of our history at heritage. And his west said, everything is not to make us feel included. Some things are for specific the veterans the Vietnam war world, not religious in nature. But it's not to make me feel included. It's too. It's for the veterans of the war and those who passed away in the Vietnam. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, it's their families. It's not for all of us. So we can all acknowledge their sacrifice, but it's not for everyone. That's why we have so many different memorials at body. But it's all over our nation's capital as Kelly said in cities across the country. There are these memorials the gold star families for doing I'm going to take apart. If you're going to take apart every star David every cross every crescent moon crescent and star. That's put up as a memorial somewhere, you know, because of an offended observer, you'd be removing the history of the United States. I mean, it's just that's just.
"karnal" Discussed on GSMC Bible Study Podcast
"One finds the following description of wooden. And here is that description. But the natural reason is that she is more carnal than a man as is clear from her many karnal abominations. And it should be noted that there was a defect in the formation of the first woman since she was formed from bent rib that is a rebuttal breast, which is bent as if it were in a contrary direction to a man. And since through this defect, she isn't imperfect animal. She always deceives. Wow, yes. So see how this text has been used in ways that aren't described by the texts how they got that out of the text is pretty amazing, right? So she goes on to say that this type of misguided interpretation that unabashedly demonize women has been responsible for the presentation and murder of countless women who were considered to be, which is however less overt, but no less harmful is the ancient stereotypes that continue to this day to haunt women and mar. The relationship between women and men, women are in faithful women are not to be trusted. Women are the pinnacle of all it is evil. Corrupt irrational week. And how did you get any of that from what we just read from the book of Genesis? That's the crazy thing. Did you get any of that? It's a sort of charming picture of Adam, naming all the all the animals, and then God trying to find a proper partner for Adam. And now suddenly women are evil. They're unfaithful their sept- of. She says this very dark interpretive trajectory of Genesis two eighteen through twenty four should not prevent us though from finding ways to redeem this text in order to claim a word that is life giving in nature. For instance, one should note that this text offers.
"karnal" Discussed on Small Doses
"This is a, I just need to get this exchange to happen so that I can go about my day feeling fulfilled situation. And I think that like there's no shame in that. You know, the reality is that sometimes it's like, we just want to do that. We just want to have that physical go down and the key is like, are you being safe? You know, are you being and not just being safe, like in terms of like using condoms, or you know protecting yourself, if you don't want to be pregnant with with birth control, it's also about being safe, like emotionally, right. Like, are you being safe in considering the fact that like this is gonna be somebody who. You're just gonna, fuck and you're not gonna want anything more from. That's listen. So many of us do this thing where we think that we can just like act like a lot of women be like, do get mine, and then you find out like, oh way like I am not like mentally sound for that. And some situations that dude is thinking that like you want more and it's like, oh, no, I don't even want you to talk. I literally just want to q. issues. Because if you don't 'cause I don't. I don't even talk because if you say the wrong thing that I can't fuck you. So just shoot. Yeah, let them use it play. Let the music play. Like I know we've all been in that situation before. It's like, I'm literally only attracted to this situation that is appearing on the surface. I don't wanna know anything beneath. I don't wanna know if you like dogs. I don't want to know what your favorite movie is. I don't wanna know if you prefer chocolate vanilla cake. I genuinely don't care. I really just wanna collect you like Pokemon. Collect them all. And I think a lot of guys can't even fathom that women like this, but it's like, yeah, we definitely do. And we definitely have our own like physical karnal wants and needs, and that's fine. It's also fine to say like, you know what? I just I'm not in the space of just fucking anymore. I've been in that place before. I've been in that place where I'm just like, I just I'm not into that. I need to have like meaningful sex. If I'm going to have sex with anyone right now. And honestly, at this point in my life like that really is where I really am. It's like, even if I am that, it'd be a fucking situation. It's ideally going to be with somebody who it's not like they're not just a fly by night persons like somebody that I've known for a while and even if we don't live in the same state, etcetera. Like we are not just like strangers, you know, it might be a somebody who's like comeback, who's who's risen, because. Stay kilter. The third. Okay. That has been happening quite a bit lately because people mature, you know, people go through things where you know what I always say. People don't change, but life changes people. And so they make revisit you. And you may say, oh, I actually shut down and denied you entrance persona, non grata to the magic middle. However, you gotta reason the minute, you're occasion, you pass all the community hearings and we have decided to bridge to the sanctuary, please perceive with care and consideration. Now, I want to say this though. Making love and fog in Kim happen with the same person. I want to reiterate that it can happen with the same person, but it's just there's dynamics that are different between each of them..
Pressure on Pope Francis amid another sexual abuse scandal
"Pope Francis will be in Ireland this weekend it's an international. Catholic gathering and it. Happens under intensifying scrutiny over. The church's handling of sexual abuse cases involving priests CBS Jonathan vaguely Auty is in Dublin. And he, had a chance to speak with two people there one of them a Bishop who is reacting to last week's grand jury report out of Pennsylvania. The pope expected to arrive here Saturday morning one of his first. Stops will be here at. The federal, where he will kneel down, and pray before a candle that has been since two thousand eleven in honor of the victims
Brent Musburger to replace Greg Papa as Oakland Raiders' radio play-by-play voice
"Do anything with him I think when he's one hundred percent and he knows he is that's when you'll see him on the court that could be. Halfway, through. The season yeah, exactly I think we're I think at best we're looking at maybe the end of December and I. Think warriors team again he's really just gravy to already a historically. Great team dominant team so if they have to wait all the way till after, the all star break. They, will do that now if, you, get boogie, cousins even let's say fifty to seventy five percent of what he was, that is extremely frightening thought. Even Seventy-five percent boogie cousins is fantastic especially in the postseason, I get. You but seventy five percent coming off an. Achilles I think that's a lot to ask for as well so we don't know exactly what kind of player we're going to get with the Marcus. Camby, are. Is the number, so yeah we're going to be talking with karnal attornal coming up in just a couple of minutes. And then at the end of the hour we're gonna talk to. Matt maiocco I do want to at some point get to the Mark Davis statement, he made about letting. Greg, Papa Gautam floors was let, go as well, so the entire broadcast for the raiders games going to be very interesting, next year As a raider fan and talking to raider fans that away Cambier isn't. It Mark, is Mark making it a little bit difficult for you to root for this team as. They have their last little bit here in, the bay area is making it. Difficult to be a raider fan because, I think he is for me. Anyways as much as I do bleed that team and I love the. Raiders since I was a child when they came back in the mid ninety s I mean What do you want me to? Do Mark you're giving away home game so they can go play across the water. In London I mean just the way that you've you've acted in Las Vegas Why why why can't you go get? A guy that's yours why do you have to go get, Brent Musburger a name if you wanted to get rid of Papa which is going to irritate the fan base because irradiates me and Flora's why can't you bring, on a guy and go through tapes of play by play broadcasts then have your guy instead of Musburger who I don't even? Know has has he ever. Even done in a on the radio and I was really. Frustrating it's, we're going to be really frustrated root for this team This year I'm going to of course but I? Just want to know raider fans away can't? Be are is he may get difficult he's not make I, don't think he's making it easy for me to go out and buy my ticket to a raider game it really is not I mean again the way that, he acts when he's in Vegas and the what what he says was in Vegas we've waited so this is so great this? Is this is slap in. The face tussin the East Bay I that's how I feel Roll around you. Stupid, bubble bubble top van Got it drives me crazy let's go to a nightgown Oakland before we get to Connor What a night now you can call me dragon Hey dragon how are you man Wasn't a Nighthawk stepbrothers. Who's, Nighthawk, was Nighthawk and? Jade It's night. Out okay yes, no, your night out yes go ahead I'm night Al hey, but I on the on. The raiders, and the whole Greg Papa in that, deal you know this is just another club by them but anyway The reason, I, called is to tell all athletes that are you know, thinking about dating a porn. Star during, all star week when the dentist week, in sports Think again man you don't think, we would, be talking about this if it was I don't know the middle of the NFL DS No You do it during, the, hey, Jimmy g. when the warriors are in the, finals take her, out Kostanic won't be you know top. Line..
"karnal" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"The fractious learning the importance of the spiritual in your life and not just the karnal in your life it's learning how to get ahold of god it's learning how to suppress those appetites that creep up how are you preparing for temptation in your life the bible gives us several different things that we need to be doing one of them is to be sober and be vigilant be sober minded frying he our christian life what is at stake in perspective to get to the place where you are not rigorous with your christian life when you are more soberminded what that's going to help you to do you're going to understand the importance of why devotion in the morning you're going to understand the importance of being on your knees when you start that day before the lord and have any real i'm with the lord before you leave make no mistake that is such a key part to your defense against impatient that's part of the battle right there that's getting in your mind in a place with the spirit of god can work in your life where he can direct you and keep you from that temptation when it comes so you know the way to escape you've got to be soberminded you've got to be vigilant about this you have to be active in your own life guarding against tim tation you have to know how to act when that impatient comes you have to know how you're going to respond when it hit have a game plan in place.
"karnal" Discussed on Motorsport Radio
"Logical step towards one and i'll perfidy agree with but towards its final years wall christie wasn't given enough soup license points iki restrict people you can't force drive i'm saying it was it was already on on project yes but karnal saints when he wanted it wasn't that long until when it settled backing arguably the cpa license point system is what was the final nail in the coffee for the championship because i'm really went will we put our drivers interests so why are we going to bother spending any money for anyone else because ultimately we're not getting anything out of it you know definitely worse some drivers who on balance new they could get more potentially more points in faa back series versus at the time three point five even gpt's provided that many term that many really good talk terrible champions and drivers into one he never got into full day no how many taught drivers do even know that going forward with all talk about all this guy obey star of the future this guy ob future champion this guy will you look since two thousand and five even who sweat when gp to started who from there his won a championship since then sure hamilton came up rothberg came up and then vessel came up from formula renault so you could argue what one two champions from gp to one from formula renault and the other champions we've had since then ready and f one anyway reichen a button alonzo champions the we don't see them that often they are very much a splash in the water.
"karnal" Discussed on KQED Radio
"In a new story as saying that california's opioid problem is episodic compared to the east coast would you call the killing field given this rise infant deaths where do you think it's headed here so i talked with a lot of people around the country i'm attend conferences and and and other national forums and i would say the mood among public health public policy folks doctors is more pessimistic than optimistic of the synthetic wave as i call it is likely to take over the country it's just been much slower on the west coast and has been the east coast is there anything that can be learned from other parts of the country that have been dealing with this so intensely for a longer period of time in the midwest and northeast it's all hands on deck everyone is heightened state of awareness and involved there have been impressive rollouts drug treatment impressive rollouts of the antidote naloxone there have been increases in harm reduction efforts at the same time there's some disheartening net it's not working as well as like is there anything california can do that other states haven't tried yet and we can do that in much more real time then we can while waiting for karnal reports which are a year or so behind.
"karnal" Discussed on Channel 33
"And the man is heartbroken and at the funeral his crazy brother walks in and says i've come back to raise the from the debt and he's about right to punch him but his daughter says why don't you let them try so he's and she'll john goes over there and he raises it from the debt and his reaction the bank characters reaction is not that i've seen a miracle not oh my god i fall on my knees his reaction this i've got her back pure carnal desire holder clutch your kiss squeezer holder you know and response to a miracle of being karnal and so i go that way with it i love that paul i end of ripped sort of the show by asking filmmakers what's the last great that film they've seen what's the last greek film that you've seen i don't know about great decent but the last good film i saw was devastat on it what did you like about it just you know it's smarts no it's perversity yeah were you aware of enu she's work before prior to that i had heard his name but i'm going to wear of his work yes very good thank you again very much for doing this congrats on i four i.
"karnal" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly
"Now dan cole just put it just gonna put out to karnal then everyone can have at it yeah that's great thank you day no seriously thank you say this is this is annoying to me as someone who was so hyped to finally see samsung to fully custom coal or or fully custom as they've ever been especially so this is built on the seventy five which is a brand new set of octa basically it re writes the way you connect the coals said before you could only have multiples so you could have to kohl's focus a cause you can have full into big form full whatever the new one is quote dynamic base like thin queue it's as you're welcome white yeah d what a m and then in capitals iq yeah yep so the dynamic architecture lousy to have seven lowpower kohl's and then just one super high power i need to get this job done and then it can just get it but it's it's it's on off right it's just one or seven right any it completely depends on the interconnect used and also the company making okay all right so lots of components going into that and it's just him yeah but basically samsung handled it really bottle is it's always been the guiding hypothesis that the xs and os versions of samsung phones were better you know that especially leading through the only time we ever got a flavor of it i just pulled out my galaxy essex i found it in a box was when qualcomm completely pooped the bed with the the eight ten.
"karnal" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"From episodes and he was engaged in a great ministry there is he says a great door and a factual is open on there are many adversaries well paul had i believe is greatest ministry in asia minor episode being the spring and the sounding board far the gospel and i believe that probably the gospel covered that area in amoah effective manner than it ever has in any other place at any other time and that's what paul manner great door and actual is opened unto me now because of that he couldn't leave that ministry and go over to carin where that baby church he'd started over that fail with karnal christians karnal corinthians babes and cries they wanted paul to come they wanted attention they wanted food and they wanted a change to of garments they were all wet if you please and they were crying like a baby would cry and paul couldn't come and they were little math been hurt by and so paul wrote that first ladder and tolan that he would become enlightened a didn't come later and they were still disturb and titus came back and brought him word and paul by that time had lamp ethicist property gone on up to troas well let me read second corinthians to verse eleven he says here verse twelve flood amoah when i came to troas the preach christ's gospel anna door was opened on me of the lord i had no rest and my spirit because i found not titus my brother but taking my leave of them i went from fans and the macedonia now when he went over to macedonia that is a fairly pot why titus whom we had sent to car and his place came and brought him word about the answers to some of the things that paul had told him to do where they're doing them and that for paul sat down and wrote this second pestle and this is the one that we have here now they were stale math they wanted the great apostle to come and be with them and here is where paul actually opens this heart in a very wonderful way.
"karnal" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats
"In hotels where i woke up well fucked up for by the by the bed do you think the hotel did it on purpose these cubs chitty not helping the red zone to infecting yeah i was karnal season is going down the to think they played the reds no but i mean it's it is i wonder if like hotels no that the other teams are coming to town stick in this one they have like ten rooms shitty bad but isn't there one aren't there stories of teams going hotel getting wakeup calls at like one three or five like the yeah layoffs playoffs yeah he's having all people go outside and chanting yell and bank pot so they that's part of it yes this is all kind of ship and you gotta love well don't go on the v ten dates able to little russian with the rube of done that now now the the ruble ruble likely drug on the fucking ruth the next morning without pants right and pitched and fish without pants all right kardashians clinton athlete at this point if you are just i feel like if you're an athlete look lamar odom just did not work yeah i mean she and will tristan thompson mike now because the kardashians courses caught cheating on her on tape you know at the club with like video of him like cheating on crashing because she is considered a beloved figure but i'm saying she has her fans out there and has a platform with which to be like iran mia he is now dealing with that shit and i don't know if you watched game one of like the cleveland cavaliers cliffs series they looked they looked awful they just got beat lebron could be out in the first round think about that crazy driving to say i doubt it i don't know man look good look great all the depot it's all they've been doing all year deebo i'll even overlooked fact that depot released an album issue.
"karnal" Discussed on Crash On My Couch
"Trying to find meaning but also just like be aware of the fact that you could see something that looks really appealing like at one point i could've gone wow that's really cool thing but things get twisted so quickly when there's a hierarchy in people who are profiting off of underlings just be careful guys guard your guard your heart gourgeon karnal treasure you know be careful it's all an well fallen sound like we're gonna have to love you in the fuel on the dock system you really should have made this the fuss thing we probably should talk about the pepperoni fardie segel's at the end that probably would've been a good topper growing off the top but but whatever i hope you guys well anyway you've gotta go weak and please keep sending the in stuff absolately love reading it now one last thing that i would like to just add oh yeah is that next week is our one year anniversary of doing the podcast yeah i think that was when i could be wrong but it's either that was the first week but that's it's the one year anniversary of the contract we have on our podcast so it means that we will have been technically doing it for a year i think we were recording episodes like earlier last year but we're gonna be together for now mesa maybe we can try and wish extravaganza struggling on elegance extravaganza with lagaan joe let's let's figure it out let's see something fun if you guys have any ideas of what you'd like us to do we're still gonna keep dangling that toaster in front of you like i don't know when we're going to decide all the toaster winner when do we want to decide we'll get around to it.
"karnal" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
"That there's no romantics in it at all and i think in this day and age that we are so far detached from that from the from the real pain and the ugliness violence and war and that when we see it romanticized on tv that we get an improper picture of what it really is i think we've made a lot of these serious issues something romantic something for pure entertainment right not turning to the news at a few minutes during the day most times right to check in we're usually let's see what the worst thing that happened today but let's my socks blown off while yeah and we wanna keep up on everything we've got the bombings that are happening in austin right now and and everybody's tuning in to see who what blew up next let's here the the latest update on what's happening it's limited they don't live in austin doesn't matter right it's a it's a need to feed whatever this this carnal desire is for us to to to see the it's the same thing traffic accident on the side of the road everybody's got a chicken neck right because there's this desire to feed some sort of karnal urge to see that type of death and destruction thing it's a guilty pleasure and wave it might be and what i'm what if i can bring this back around i think that a big problem today is the fact that we have not experienced a lot of this pain but we see a lot of it romanticized and promoted on in movies and television as though it's something cool and exciting and that over time that does feed into or mentality again i i'm clearly a doctor with a degree in psychology and capable of analyzing social you know the social construct of humanity so listen to me but if you choose not to recognize that the truth is i don't really have any idea what i'm talking about i'm just taking a look at the world in general and trying to here's a thing i know a lot about how people work because of is required for me to know it or to sell and market what i do so i read a lot of books on persuasion a lot of books on for lack of a better term manipulation a lot of people like the terminator.
Six months after Hurricane Maria, CBS News returns to Puerto Rico
"The right shows the demonstrate to children how bad drugs are chicago karnal blaze super has reportedly removed the pastor of the well known saint john catches parish and the goose island neighborhood the tribune says the reverend see frank phillips was removed last week cardinal tells parishioners that he made the decision after learning of credible allegations of improper conduct involving adult men the city of chicago is increasing security at the lakefront millennium park this summer starting may nineteenth there will be a security perimeter and bag check for all concerts and events at the downtown parks pritzker pavilion city will also prohibit alcohol at seven pritzker pavilion events that have the highest attendance those include the chicago house music festival chicago blues fest chicago mariachi festival and chicago jazz fest among others outside alcohol will be allowed at other events officials with these cities office of emergency management and communication say they're making the changes after terror attacks in major cities and at entertainment venues worldwide and mayor emanuel and congressman gutierrez will lead a delegation to hurricane ravaged puerto rico on friday bill cameron says there are political overtones for reelection in eleven months and a relief mission to puerto rico desa do his support in chicago's puerto rican community any harm at all the city of being resources to make sure that we will not rest until families and friends in puerto rico not just have power but have other ability to do what they need to move on and get back to work and be able to raise their families as well and the gutierrez spin was to compare rhyme to roberto clementi at a baseball field dedication baseball build that it's fitting to the memory and the legacy roberto clemente but at the same time mayor you're billing that legacy by leading a delegation.