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"kingdom kingdom" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:43 min | 2 weeks ago

"kingdom kingdom" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Just say this about our discussion about gray sweat pants season, ladies and gentlemen, to quote somebody from Twitter. Be careful. We don't want to hear any kind of relationship going wrong for a pretty thing in some nice pants in October, so sad, Bracco Yeah, I ordered some during the break. I see that you visit Move over Sun dresses, ladies. Grey sweatpants. It's gray sweatpants. All right, So other things here is a couple other things are happening. We got attack about this because Holly posted the mean girls cast. Oh, I saw that is so cute. That Katie current everybody from the Mean Girls Team a Lindsay Lohan. I'd love even looking put together. Amanda Side Free. Tina Fey Lacey Chabert. And a guesser. Every Lizzy Caplan limousine was Amy Poehler. Great. He's the only one but it doesn't get out to vote. Anyway. It's cute. It's posted. I liked it. It was and girls dance Saturday. Apparently, I saw that. You know all these live reading Scripture T s. I saw there's going to be a dazed and confused one in overly would I think next Sunday at which is kind of right up my alley. So yeah. Connie. And I mean, I guess I hope they're all back. Affleck was in that I'm sure I take it you did you did. You guys didn't much like the fast times at Ridgemont Day. The day we watched a little bit of it, I don't want those sounded great. Yeah, that when that one was funny, Sometimes we forget about what the code is or where you got to go, T easy to do it, and we'll just read the headlines the next day. That's right. That's right about life. Sometimes I just Read the headlines tomorrow. Yeah, Henry Cavil was so you know what I did was posted a photo. Did you watch the witch? You're finally? Oh, no, no, no. I watched the Sherlock Holmes thing within Ola home. Yes. Did you like with the gal from Millie? Bobby Brown us. I really thought it was good. Henry Cavill is you're like home. Your brother. Okay, good. I mean, if you could take a couple pauses during it. It was really fun. Alright? Yeah, I liked it. It was like Like one of the top watch things on Netflix. Yes, And now now we're all back. Teo. You know Emily in Paris. Okay, Gino. So, yeah, that's like our other show. Julian The Phantom Yes. Oh, gosh. I love that. That was hand. Episode half hour. Yeah. And Poops Creek. The sixth season is out. So people are yes, but Henry Cavil, he did post um, you know, just the second season because they're filming that catcher and he plays you're old. And you love that. Oh, Rocco, Did you want to show the witcher know which I don't know anything about it? Did you like game of Thrones? Yeah. Then you'd love the Witcher. And so would your wife. I think very it's and what's the zombie One You told me about? Kingdom Kingdom kingdom, which you're using. My list is getting so long. Well, I no see, That's the thing he's got The times got time for that meeting. Ask you have d watch Pee Valley on stars. Do you know what I don't get stars anymore? I know. I know. It's a soap opera in a strip club and I have heard good speaker supposed I wanted your blessing before I started. No, Please watch it II We had stars for the longest time and they take it away and Comcast. I'm cast got rid of it is not because we didn't want to buy it and I borrow my father's past where you were that maybe we'll have new forever. That's a great joke. I've heard good things to really, really good. Julia yesterday machine gun. Kelly has this first number one album. I'm so happy for him, and I really don't think it really and you know, did you and Britney Tak about rebel Wilson and her dreamboat Prince Charming a little bit Bush. I actually Yeah, and he's dated a lot of other Hollywood people. He's intimately one really is a dream. Aloof. He looks amazing. She looks really mean Rebel Wilson so beautiful and she's just Well, great. I'm very happy for machine gun. I'm so glad that this is happening to him. OK? I'm very happy that David Guetta given interview and told us about how Madonna I refused to work with him because he was a Scorpio. I'll absolutely loved this. He was approached by men down in 2011. After he won a Grammy. He remixed her 2009 song revolver. He loved it so much because I want you to produce my next album and think back to 2011 days together was huge, huge and she would have been talking about what would have been her M DNA in the 2012 and she was excited, and then they got the small table talk. And he said I arrived for lunch. We took everything just the two of us. Relax. You're cool. We have lunch. It's happening. You wouldn't run. We're going to start working together. And then she asked me. What my son was all the treaded question. He said Scorpio and she made a face and she says to me, I'm sorry. We're not gonna be able to work together is pleasure to know you. Goodbye. When I looked it up. Yes. Was it true? Well, here's what it is. Madonna's worked with Scorpios before like Bjork, but she didn't produce it. But a Scorpio man is different. She's a Leo woman. Here is the thing. Okay? Theo in Scorpio are compatible. Horny sexually. Fantasy, Okay, They're hot that way together, but It comes to communication. Leo woman. Scorpio Man is a disaster. It's a disaster. All right, well, there we go. According to the Internet, sterling that I did. Well, I'm just going to believe you. Yeah. I'm just going to believe you that it's a disaster. But anyway, but they would have been great in bed together if that had happened, But she was interviewing him. But he was a producer wants and needs from him at the time. Yeah, and you know they would have been kind of hot together cause he's 52. She's 62. They just had 10 year. He's cute. David Yesenia. Spin discs in Vegas. Yeah, we did that festival? Yes, we did. Yeah, he's on that We can never meet. We cannot name the name of the fast love. Now I know what else Wells. 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"kingdom kingdom" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

07:46 min | Last month

"kingdom kingdom" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"Tell us his don't get closer than three feet from the edge because this is all three unstable how unstable ground and don't WanNa fall in his fall won't see. That's put. Get out the walls down quite. Steeply. Well, and if you want to do a tour of flaming craters, Azerbaijan is just the other side of the Caspian Sea from. Turkmenistan. So you're right there. That was one of the things that they told about as we were on the drive to Dr Boza, which is people have a quite a bit of interest in all the natural gas to stan has for the longest time since it was part of the Union. All of the pipelines or the natural gas I was went into Russia in out there. Sure now that took. Independent country has been quite a bit of interest in running pipelines across the Caspian. Sea to transfer natural gas from from Turkmenistan to Europe passing Russia, basically cutting out the middleman and a lot of geopolitics that go into that and in the same way, there's type lines that now go to China from. Turkmenistan. The A I think it's Kazahkstan again bypassing Russia. So it's kind of interesting to see how everything is reorienting itself decades after the break up of the Soviet. Union. Interesting Where to next? Yes. From there, we traveled north on that same road that kind of goes straight up center of the country and out just before the. Border Air is the old. Ruins of which was from the of times at the top of the silk. Road. And this was a area that rose to prominence between the tenth and fourteenth centuries, and for a brief time was capital of. Referred to as the chorus Marya. Konate. Kingdom Kingdom if you will had a areas in. Present. Day Is Stan Kazahkstan in Turkmenistan some of these cities in Pakistan such as key Bud Sammer con the end car part of the same area in the podcast is great a different recommend people this podcast as well. We used it a lot to actually plan our trip or when we went on this is back Stan, but anyway as with many of the areas in. Central. Asia time in the twelve hundreds gingas Kahn came and wreak havoc. He destroyed canoe organs in twelve, twenty one but the city was rebuilt. And then they will conquered about one hundred years later by Tamar was a special Asian general and king, and they surrendered to him to have the city be spared. Any did spirit. Apparently shortly thereafter they rebelled against is leadership. And that was not taken too well. So the city was burning around all the irrigation destroyed an crops were planted on top of remains city. After the city was earned the ground by Tamar, it lost implements to Kiva, which is A. Nearby area just on the other side of the border in in presentations gate is by Stan and after that happened a abandoned. So again, it's one of those things where it's not in good shape but since it was entirely, bannon is more or less exactly how it was hundreds of years ago it says it's interesting to see what it looks like now because unlike a lot of areas that have been rebuilt show what they look like a thousand years ago this has not been so to see the state of disrepair so you. What it once was, but how it has been four eight hundred years now others for many things to see. In Kunar against one is eight giant minarets two hundred feet high called the minaret, and apparently the minarets built. So high back in the day so that people subroto to get an idea of okay. At looks about a day out that looks about today's out. Where you were going from from town to town also in that area is a trabant. Mausoleum that we were able to go inside the inside is in pretty good shape the inner dome. When you're on the inside, you can see the mosaic, all the decorations mosaics. Like when outside you can see the outer dental, which sits above the ennerdale is about half gone and one thing that's interesting about that is so many of these domes buildings you'd never really realized that there's two domes inner dominant Outer Dole but this one you can see clear as day united how together. Also. In the same area, there's the tha cash muzzle Liam, which is a little bit smaller than back on Muslim, but has a more intact roof and you can see on blue tiles that are specific to the Selahs Euch era and the architecture during that time. Okay. Because I'm thinking they reminded me a lot of some of the buildings we saw in the episode on was Becker Stan but that would also probably been soldiers took them. Yes. Yeah. And even during that time, some of the buildings was on Iran at the same architecture because I guess during that time, the soldier empire had power or influence over. Iran. So it was interesting to see the same architecture in what today are three different countries but back, thousand years ago were all sharing culture in architecture rethink among themselves. The fourth thing that was really interesting to see in. Communion against was the CARAVANSERAI scenario where you would as you came into town, you would place your camels and other animals in this area, tie them up and go into town, the market and whatnot. And a lot of these. Is You. Don't really see any more, but this one is in pretty good shape still. So that was interesting to see. So yet again, Ganj probably about a half day Taylor. Pretty interesting will and Caravanserai is basically the heart of the Silk Road right year basically traveling from from one to another along this, this route was your chance to resupply and. Take care of the camels in such a relatively safe place. Yes. Yeah. Yeah and so a lot of these cities obviously went. To make sure that it was safe for people because if you had an unsafe city in order to sound a different route the differences instead. So there's that competition have the best markets, the most secure facilities summer and so forth. So then he the last place I recommend people see which is out in the eastern part of the country is mirror, which was one of the biggest cities that you've never heard of apparently. Around eleven hundred, it was the third largest city in the world with over half a million people and this goes back to third century BC times allowing mentioned earlier. Alexander. The great actually visited part of his exploits out in. Central. Asia city was actually named Alexandria for a bit. And the city lasted for hundreds thousands of years really started to grow.

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"kingdom kingdom" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0

Heartland Radio 2.0

01:49 min | Last month

"kingdom kingdom" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0

"Do that I Wouldn't put it past him I haven't had a flu shot since then I i. was out this week and someone asked me. To do the coronavirus shot when it comes out absolutely not. Absolutely. Not only walking circles. You he's never know anymore you don't know. Trust big needle. Needles risky business. speaking of terrible shows. I started because I. Finished yellowstone. And Lasso Oh you finished it boys or up and boys cops three. As We'd right not to watch is good show and I remember people on here not us in here listeners saying that. Cage. Jesus what K-? What Isn Luke cage now located it was bad It's about can take a UFC family talked one on kingdom kingdom kingdom that show stinks. I. Don't doubt it. Unknown is from the fuck and injure whatever you sit thirty five seconds. There are a lot of good dope outs Oh really oh. Yeah. How I'M NOT GONNA lie to mind it. In the octagon. Not. There is there is a lot of sex in the show. There's a log onto pound tears, a lot of poets. Yeah. Human. Being. Dumps but the storyline not incredible. What are the Jonesboro nutty actor why? Which one? Which one nick duties. What's called Withdrawn Mogae. Layoff. Dude which one was the one that was in. The movie dunkirk Not Harry styles the other old war movies..

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The carnivorous woman  a saga from Charles Darwin to Wheatbelt Western Australia (Part 2)

Science Friction

06:25 min | 4 months ago

The carnivorous woman a saga from Charles Darwin to Wheatbelt Western Australia (Part 2)

"They gleason gleason and and CREPE CREPE and and climb climb and and snap snap end. end. They They feed feed off off flesh. flesh. Flies Flies Matz Matz any any culinary culinary delight delight by intrepid? by intrepid? Natasha Natasha Mitchell Mitchell back back in the in world's the world's hotspot hotspot for for carnivorous carnivorous plants plants or Western or Western Australia Australia last last week. Show week. Show sit sit sane. sane. Well Well today. today. It's a It's tile a tile full full of twists of twists and and tendrils. tendrils. Yes Yes Trust Trust Sarah. Sarah. I can I all can over all the over world. the world. I just bought I just another bought another one. Sorry one. Sorry wearies wearies Navan. Navan. I I have devoted have devoted much much time time to a to class a class of plants of plants that seemed that seemed to have to reversed have reversed regular regular order order of nature of nature and and like avengers like avengers of of Kingdom Kingdom have turned have turned upon upon animals animals incarcerating incarcerating and finally and finally killing killing them them whether whether the plants the plants are really are really hungry hungry and entrapped and entrapped the animals the animals for food for food or whether or whether it is only it is only an example an example of the of wanton the wanton destructiveness destructiveness of nature. of nature. I leave I leave the Rita the Rita to judge. to judge. Mary Mary treat treat eighteen eighteen eighty eighty five five throughout throughout history. history. The great The great botanical botanical artists artists have have often often been been women women but but many many of them of them infect infect scientists scientists to to just just without without the endorsement the endorsement of of the botanical the botanical establishment establishment which which often often shunned shunned or or ignored ignored them. them. The pint The pint brush brush deemed deemed more more appropriate appropriate tool tool for for lady lady than a than microscope. a microscope. I guess I botany guess botany has always has always being being an interesting an interesting one one because because I suppose I suppose that that the study the study of of flowers flowers and plants and plants historically historically was was maybe maybe seen seen in a bit in more a bit more of a of a suitable suitable for for for women for women feminine feminine because because of flowers of flowers and that and sort that of sort thing of thing but still but still it it it was it still was still also also quite quite male dominated. male dominated. I guess I in guess terms in terms of the of the scholars scholars in that in field that field throughout throughout history. history. Well Well one one determined determined woman woman on a farm on a farm in in way way belt Western. belt Western. Australia Australia defied defied the the odds odds and changed and changed the world the world sore. sore. Australia's Australia's incredible incredible carnivorous carnivorous plants plants and and listened listened to artists to artists so so with Laura with Laura Skates Skates botanical botanical scientists scientists doing doing her PhD her PhD on canvas on canvas plants. plants. Right Right now now I am I taking am taking you down. you down. Bush Bush trial trial in in pursuit pursuit of her of story. her story. Oh Oh is that is that it. it. Yup Yup Oh Oh cute cute so this so is this actually is actually one of one the climbing of the climbing ones ones that I was that just I was talking just talking about about so so new new sixty sixty centimeters centimeters long long and it's and just it's just spreading spreading out of out embankment. of embankment. He He and a and lot more a lot of more them of them seem seem to have to caught have caught prey prey on this on one. this I one. think I think it might it be might dresser. be dresser. A Men's A Men's Eli Eli address address or or Krant Krant though. though. Draw Draw ceramic ceramic cram cram throw throw or or the bridal the bridal rainbow rainbow with its with little its little sunlight sunlight sticky sticky leaves leaves hence hence the name. the Sanju name. Sanju it it was a man was a man English English naturalist naturalist and Biologist and Biologist Charles Charles Darwin Darwin nonetheless nonetheless who is who a first is a first credited credited with helping with helping us understand us understand that that coniferous coniferous plants plants lived lived off off flesh. flesh. His His particularly particularly interested interested in in is a is a European European species. species. Coatdress Coatdress ERA ERA TON. Two TON. folio Two folio which which he did he a lot did of a lot his of experiments his experiments on on so he so would he put would different put different things things on the on leaves the leaves like like for example for example he would he put would put a a piece of piece sand of sand orbit orbit of gloss of gloss and not and really not really see see any any reaction reaction but if but you put if you something put something like like little little piece piece of EG of EG or or some some meat meat juices juices suddenly suddenly the plant the plant would have would reaction have reaction to that to that and and the tentacles the tentacles would start would start to wrap to around wrap around so so what he what basically he basically showed. showed. Is that Is these that plants these plants are reacting are reacting to to is that is that have have not not gene or gene protein or protein in in them them so so the plants. the plants. I I almost almost instantaneously. instantaneously. They know They know not. not. That's a That's be the a sand be the sand economy economy that that cheese. cheese. I I eight that eight that yeah yeah exactly exactly so so you know. you They know. don't They don't waste waste any energy any energy wrapping wrapping around around something. something. That's not That's going not to be going nutritious to be nutritious day instead. day instead. Wraparound Wraparound when when it's going it's to be going something to be something that will give that will give them them a good a good boost boost of nitrogen. of nitrogen. I mean I even mean in even my in my PhD PhD thesis. thesis. I I go go back back to to Dahlan's Dahlan's original original studies studies and and some of some his of original his original thoughts thoughts and ideas and ideas things things that that with with testing testing to this to day this day and and so he so really he really liked the liked groundwork the groundwork for for set the set foundation the foundation full full of Verse of Plant Verse Plant Research Research But one But American one American woman woman was on was the on case the case of carnivorous of carnivorous plants. plants. Around Around the same the time same time as Darwin. as Darwin. I will I give will you give my you observations my observations on draw. on draw. Sarah Sarah would would have escaped have escaped the notice the notice of botanists of botanists and she and she struck struck up a up correspondence a correspondence with Darwin with Darwin in a in series a series of letters of letters from from eighteen. eighteen. Seventy Seventy one one four four years years before before he got he to got publishing to publishing his his influential influential on on insect insect diverse diverse plants. plants. I had I two had two or three or three species species of of plants plants growing growing window window ornaments ornaments and soon and soon saw saw the deal the deal on the on folio the folio was a was flytrap a flytrap of considerable. of considerable. Palo Palo when it comes when it to comes to reverse reverse plants plants one of the one best of the women best women that I that I kind kind of came of came across across in my in my studies studies was was Mary Mary trait trait and I and came I across came across her her because because he he in Child in Child Allen's Allen's book book insectivores insectivores plants. plants. There was There a little was a foot little foot art art that talked that talked about about what what Mary Mary Trait Trait had done had done to to contribute contribute to to that particular that particular chapter chapter and I and thought I thought wow. wow. Who's Who's Mrs Mrs Trait? Trait? I WANNA I find WANNA find out more out about more about her her de Madame. de Madame. Your observations Your observations and experiments and experiments on the on sexes the sexes of butterflies. of butterflies. Far Far the best the best as far as far as known as known to me to me which which have have ever ever been been made made said. There's said. a great There's a great letter. letter. Where Where don don thanks? thanks? Mary Mary trait trait for some for some observations observations on dresser. on dresser. I am I glad am glad to hear to hear your observations. your observations. On Dresser On Dresser will will be be published. The unlucky fly a common housefly. Would no sooner be caught by the sticky? Glands of it would've once commenced to fold about its victims. It folded from the apex to the stem of the lake. After the manner of its nation closer and closer it held the poor flying embrace until it ceased its struggles when it soon became partly absorbed by the plant. Professor Gray will give my observations on this planned in his new edition of how plants grow was most respectfully Mrs Mary. Treat New Jersey December. Twenty eight hundred seventy one. I have attended to this subject during several years and have almost manuscript enough to make a volume but have never yet found time to publish. I am very much obliged. You'RE COURTEOUS LEGEND AND REMAIN DIM Adam yours faithfully. Charles Darwin January five eighteen seventy two.

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"kingdom kingdom" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

08:17 min | 9 months ago

"kingdom kingdom" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

"What are those gifts that one needs to teach knowing he himself is a sinner but to teach and guide others in the way of righteousness? One of the first gifts that we really really need. If you're a father a mother guiding your children if you're a priest guiding your people who need honesty Christie what was the what was it that brought about the changes. Those two sons the one said I will will not go. How did he come to change his mind and go? He was honest. He said I won't go and when he was aware that this is what my father wants me to do. He changed his mind insane insane. No it was honest in saying yes I will go. He's being honest and being submissive to his father. That was the quality that the elders and the chief priests didn't have. They weren't honest honest. They paid so much attention to the appearance of things so many leaders in the church today pay much more attention to externally how things looks than what it really is spiritual director. Chris have to begin to help their people as well as themselves. Focus on the inner self on the conscience on the inner world. How does this appear before? God because that's what righteousness is is doing. The will of God and takes tremendous honesty to confront the leaders of our day to confront those who are on the wrong long path. The second quality is courage when Jesus stood before these elders and he said the prostitutes and they sinners and tax collectors are incoming into the Kingdom of God. Before you there. It was nothing more shocking. They could hear they wanted to be righteous with God and to all their external pure he a smashed down the externally and he came with great courage into that inner self a vote false Teachers in the Kingdom of God. We have the same thing going on today. Those who advance in Kingdom Kingdom and appears in the church as leaders and really aren't righteous before God and time after time time we have the tragedy of these kind of leaders and we need spiritual directors guides. Who will be courageous? We need not only honesty and courage. We need love. When Jesus confronted the leaders of his time he was ready to love them to the extent that he would die for them the Crucifixion Action and death of Jesus Christ which we all celebrate as the central part of our lives our sacrifice ice with him for our flock? What are we doing to sacrifice ourselves to sacrifice? I saw time to give ourselves as leaders and as for maters as mothers and fathers so many many priests that I mean and so many many gifted spiritual directors lay people have so little time line to help people in their formation of consciences that our righteous with God. Finally we need prayer for the Church to be renewed today all over the world there is a cry and a need when I'm going up to Chicago to meet these spiritual director how we need those who who will help form and direct the consciences and the inner life of the people of God. These lights this that Jesus brings in. This Gospel Ezekiel talks about the man who is in said and how he has to change the man who is in grace and how he must maintain that level of unity with with God without that union with Jesus Christ there can be no sanctity or holiness. Jesus he's just Christ yesterday today and the same forever. There is only one savior and to have all your eyes and hearts directed to him today. Savior is so powerful as so courageous and so on unst in looking into each of our hearts the Gospel Penetrates appearances and looks is to the depths of our interior life and he sees that I am a sinful son. I I'm the one who said no I won't go and then hopefully will change my mind. He also sees that. I'm the one and this is really so important for me to hear. I will go but I don't he. She's that in each one of us will will return to building the Kingdom of love with Monsignor John S in just a moment. Did you know that you can obtain a free APP. which contains all your favorite discerning hearts programs Father Timothy Gallagher? Dr Anthony Lewis Archbishop George. Lucas Father Meritas filthy and so many more including episodes from inside the pages can be obtained on the discerning discerning hearts free APP this also includes Albano Vinas and devotional an prayers including the Holy Rosary and stations of the Cross. The Chaplains Saint Michel Michael and the seven sorrows of our lady. All available on the discerning hearts free APP visit the itunes and Google play APP stores to obtain your the free discerning hearts APP today. Litany of humility humility. Jesus Meek and humble of heart hear me from the desire of being esteemed ever meet Jesus from the desire of being loved deliver meet Jesus from the desire of being extolled from the desire of being honor from the desire of being praised till they've from the desire of being preferred to others for inches from the desire of being consulted. Don't ever meet Jesus from the desire.

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"kingdom kingdom" Discussed on GSMC Bible Study Podcast

GSMC Bible Study Podcast

10:59 min | 9 months ago

"kingdom kingdom" Discussed on GSMC Bible Study Podcast

"The Golden State media concepts Bible Study podcast. We have been talking about the text from. I Corinthians chapter one and Paul writing to the to the community of Corinth to not be divided not be divided in the sense that through baptism they have been made one family in in Christ. They have received new identities in Christ. And so Paul writes. This is going back to the commentary by Mary. hinkle shore that I was referencing referencing. Earlier has Christ been divided. Paul asks in First Corinthians one verse thirteen and then follows that question with two more. Was Paul Crucified for you. And then were you baptized in the name of Paul Readers. Know that the answer to all three questions is of course. No Christ is in fact not divided even if the Corinthians are acting as if he has been not Paul but Christ was crucified for them and they were baptized appetizing. Not In the name of Paul but in the name of Christ and this is where I have so appreciate Mary because she goes on to to Reference what I was talking about earlier she says it is comical to watch Paul's rhetoric. Get away from him. Well actually. I don't know who I baptized but never mind I'm a preacher not a baptist. I love that She says Paul's Memory Lapse and correction give the apostles words a humanity. They sometimes lack even so his momentary stammering should not obscure the greater point and she says that greater point is that Paul's Paul's choice to talk about baptism. At the start of a letter concerned principally with divisions in a church is not random. Paul Mentions Baptism. Not Just because Christ is more important than Paul or because Paul hardly baptized anyone in Corinth. Paul's point is that the unity he seeks for the church comes comes from their shared connection through baptism to the one who was crucified and threw him to one another unity of mind and purpose comes. It's not because of a particular leader not because a particular leader is able to create consensus or because all possess knowledge or some other spiritual gift gift rather the unity. The Paul Urges on the Corinthians is born from a baptism that connects all participants to Christ's death and resurrection. So so as I'm thinking about this I think of some of the communities that I've been a part of and I've been a part of some really wonderful communities but of course they're made up of human beings and Dan human beings have their own issues their own way of seeing the world and you get those communities. Maybe you've been in a part of one that has had problems in the past with no. Let let me rephrase that you find communities who have alliances alliances to certain leaders. Let's say you belong to a church for twenty years and there have been three pastors there. In that time you're going to find this section of the congregation that's still speaks speaks about. Oh pastor so and so with so much love and affection which is fine everyone has different personalities and different ways of relating to people. So you're going join to have different relationships with pastures with leaders in your congregation but the problems arise when you start identifying too who closely with one or another pastor so you say you know I'm do you ever give pay attention to Movies or or books that have a love triangle in them and There's a there's a trend nowadays to say. Oh I'm on team Jacob. I'm on team Edwards at the Twilight Triangle Angle. Hopefully you understand what. I'm getting at So you know. I'm on team pastor so and so even though pastor so and so maybe hasn't been there in ten years people can sometimes get so attached to different leaders that they forget that they're part of this bigger family. They're part of this identity density as a baptized member of the body of Christ. So this is what Paul is trying to remind them of yes. They're going to have have different perspectives on their leadership. They're going to agree with certain leaders more than others. Everyone has those personality differences. Everyone gets along differently Lee with people. What Paul is saying is to remember that? That's not necessarily the point. Of course you have to address address issues that you have with leadership of course those things come up but the main point to remember Paul is saying is that we are all baptized we. You're all baptized into a new identity. As children of God as one in the body of Christ and pastor short continues I saying that we know baptism is palpable. Sign Line of God's forgiveness an entrance right into a congregation and into an apparent abstraction known as the body of Christ and a sign of God's eternal. Oh promise of a relationship with the one being baptized. But we often don't actually we don't think of baptism is actually changing. Anything thing about the way we identify with a group of people so for identity markers we still like to look at things like race age economic circumstances education and geographical the region to create meaningful boundaries and to identify our tribes if our congregations managed to build community. She says to have in Paul's words the same mind and purpose across the standard identity markers they are practicing diversity and we think of them as a remarkable social experiment. Paul however would regard such a community community gathered by the spirit in the name of Christ to simply be a church and so I think this is really amazing. I wish that we could all alcee ourselves and others through our baptismal identities that we could see each other as Christ sees us as brothers and sisters and and children of God because we are so quick to judge ourselves and others were so quick to try to put ourselves and others into those specific category glory so we know where we stand. Well I grew up here and I believe this and I I I associate with this person etc.. Whatever it is that even when we do see baptismal identities we still manage to sometimes only see how we differ from each other within our interpretations of those identities? So I want to encourage you as Paul encouraged you. You know erase those divisions among your communities not meaning that you're never going to disagree not not meaning that you're all going to see things exactly the same way from now on but instead of seeing everything that's different about everyone around you instead. Try to focus. Focus on your baptism all identity. Try to focus on the baptismal identities of those in your communities seeing them as brothers and sisters as fellow children of God in a larger family. And hopefully that's just a new way of looking at your community at your faith at how you fit into that community it's Cetera Cetera. I think now at this point we're going to move on to the Gospel of Matthew Reading For this week and the Gospel Reading as Gospel People of Matthew Chapter Four Verses Twelve through twenty three and those verses are as follows now when Jesus heard that John had been arrested he withdrew drew to Galilee he left Nazareth and made his home and Copernicus by the sea in the territory of Zevulun and Naftalie so that what had been spoken through the Prophet Isaiah might might be fulfilled lands on land of Naphtali on the road by the sea across the Jordan. Galilee of the gentiles. The people who sat in darkness I have seen a great light and for those who sat in the region and shadow of death. Light has dawned from that time. Jesus began to proclaim repent for the Kingdom Kingdom of Heaven has come near as he walked by the Sea of Galilee. He saw two brothers. Simon who is called Peter and Andrew. His brother casting a net into the sea for they were fishermen and Jesus said to them follow me and I will make you fish for people immediately left their nets and followed him and he went went from there and as he went from there he saw two other brothers James Son of jeopardy and his brother John in the boat with their fathers Ebadi mending their nets and and he called them immediately left the boat and their father and followed him Jesus went throughout Galilee teaching in their synagogues and proclaiming the good news of the Kingdom and and curing every disease and every sickness among the people again. That's our gospel reading from this morning. The Gospel of Matthew Chapter Four. And and this was possibly a very familiar Bible passage from any of you So again did anything new. Jump out at you. I appreciate how it connects with the he is ao reading from that we read in the first part of this podcast. The first part of this episode that it references the Isaiah text the people who walked in darkness darkness. Of course. That's why it's chosen for the luxury is the those tie ins so you get some continuity in th in the texts for the day but on a lighter Peter Note. This story always makes me think of a magnet that my piano teacher gave me an elementary school She always had a basketful of stickers and various things that you could choose when you did something really well in your lesson and the one that I chose that day was this passage about fishing for people and it was a little cartoon picture and it had two children in a boat and they were hauling another kid in a net so they were fishing for people and I just thought that was the funniest thing. I was eight or nine at the time and I thought it was hilarious Laureus and so that was that was what I chose and it was on my parents fridge forever. It might actually still be there. It's kind of crazy that I don't know whether or not it's still there. But what also strikes me about this passage and call stories from other gospels would always jumps out to me is how immediate the responses from the soon to be followers are Jesus says to them follow me and those. He calls drop what they're doing and follow him. This is fascinating to me because it is not the story of my call whatsoever But it also makes me. Think about vocation and how we see vocation what that word means and what it means to people in their everyday life. We're GONNA take our last break now and when I come back I want to start talking. More about this idea of vocation and what it means ends in our everyday lives so stay tuned and we will be right back to find out what movies to go see and check out the GSM see see movie. PODCAST it's your ticket.

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"kingdom kingdom" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

12:48 min | 9 months ago

"kingdom kingdom" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

"The brexit story the never ending brexit story for years and instill moving interesting thing as it relates to the equity markets. The good news is that the footsie has been increasing that's the UK stock market. But the bad news is that the total value of that market is shrinking. I'm not sure how that we're at mathworks. But our next guest does John Authors senior editor for Bloomberg markets joining us here in our Bloomberg Interactive Brokers Studio Reconcile. Those two things for me Stanton the concept of the equalization that companies are a increasingly swapping Equity for debt for all the good reasons that debt is extremely cheap. These days I am because they are less S. interested in raising capital from stock markets. So if a private equity company takes out a large British company that has been known happen. The the index doesn't move down as a result of that takeout but the actual market cap of the companies in that index decreases by by the by whatever the vets stock company was when it was taken out. This is a really interesting trend because we haven't seen it in the United Kingdom we've seen globally with public public markets shrinking public equity markets shrinking as an increasing number of companies. OPT either. Stay or go private. These private deals and the latest over in the United Kingdom Kingdom. Warburg pincus has evidently mulling. This deal to buy quilter appeals which would be a take private deal. Where's the potential consequence of this? I mean both when it comes to attention turns in public markets as well as the disclosures and the shareholder power when it comes to some of these companies. Exactly I mean. That's that is the concern. We've got to have here is that we've got a model of capitalism. It's basically built around shareholder capitalism for the last few decades and it makes a great deal of sense. You don't need need to socialize. Companies and have them open electric because they are answerable to their shareholders into the open public markets if and not so accountable in some general way through capitalism a through through open markets becomes much more questionable How much public consensus to have in those companies? And you've got to be more concerned about whether you're really going to have the creative destruction that makes capitalism totalism work it is it is an underlying deep consent or presumably these private equity players take these companies private. Do whatever they need to do over there three to five year holding period and then monetize exit through perhaps another initial public offerings. Shouldn't all even out over time. It will it may be should but it doesn't it. Hasn't I've been in the last decade or so. In many cases they're extinct to other private equity companies remember also in many cases the the the the The actual assets that that emerged from the private equity process might be smaller even if they've generated a big return while they've been outside the public up because they've they've generally yeah. They generally not as big as they were before. So what's the issue. Here is the the actual shareholder structure or something about public equity markets. Leads is insufficient to handle the needs of these companies right now or is it just that there's so much money flooding into debt markets based on. What's happened the central banks? It's it's just better to be private. And it's ample financing available both of the above. I've but I would be the point. I think is that if you say it's just best to be private which I think is true for lots of companies. That's an alarming thing to be saying this point because we have a booth an economy economy and ecosystem for savers that's built around public companies. That's a fair point. Basically clear 401k program or whatever else you basically funneling money into public equities if that public pool of equities is shrinking. That means that you've got that much less access than the companies that choose used to say private might be the ones that actually are growing the fastest and give you the biggest returns kind of thing we look for one. That's yes yes full disclosure Bloomberg LP is private I'm wondering going forward. I mean is the answer just to open up private markets more easily to make it more easily. Accessible retail investor are is strongly believe that it should be. Obviously you need to be very careful indeed about how you regulate that you don't want mom-and-pop investors getting into private equity painless. They are having their hands held very gently indeed. But in general terms. If you're in your twenties and only putting a pretty small amount of money any aside but beginning to put money aside into something like a 401k. They really shouldn't be anything much more sensible than private equity to to put it into. Its money you don't want for another forty or fifty years. You should be able to that. That should be exactly the kind of patient capital that would be a good for that sector and it should should be a way to say safe so I certainly in the US. We're starting to see that. We had Arthur Levitt the former chairman of the Securities Exchange Commission on over the last several weeks talking to us about some of these bills coming out of the administration talking about making it easier for certain retail investors to get into private equity But of course there's obviously all those risks switchgears real quickly on. Give us a sense as we get close to Brexit the next stage. I'm seeing some articles. About you know relocating relocating people from London to Paris for example. JP Morgan taking out HSBC's office space there. What mood in the city of London among the finance professionals is it? Like it's not gonna be that bad or like we still don't know what's going to happen more. The latter I was. I was in London for a a couple of weeks just Just the beginning of the month I would mention Amsterdam as well as Paris people. Many more people speak English there. You've got the skiffle which is very well connected airport The general census. They still don't know exactly what's happening but most most of the large banks are braced for a pretty hard brexit which means that there braced to move a lot of people over to the continents but three or four years years ago people were rubbing their hands looking to living in Paris on expect contracts and doesn't look as it's going to work quite that well for them John Authors. Thank thank you so much for being with US really appreciate it. Authors is a Bloomberg opinion columnist to end senior markets editor for Bloomberg News..

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"kingdom kingdom" Discussed on MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News

MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News

01:39 min | 10 months ago

"kingdom kingdom" Discussed on MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News

"I would. I would do it again. I would rather than once. Nice 'cause it's quick so I mean versus taking the buzz. You GotTa wait. Wait for the buzz. Wait for it to unload way for people the load hope that you catch it on time. Yeah often very crowded especially at the the value resorts and then you have to. You know they might be unloading putting V. or they might be loading NEC V or they might not come every twenty minutes like they're supposed to and then you have all the traffic and getting through the security gate with the boss and then unloading and walking this continuous. You just wait it all is getting it on and go and then you're nice and it's kind of a neat so like similar to like the Montereau resorts if you want to get to the Magic Kingdom Kingdom There is no bus. You take the monorail so that's yeah so you Yet they don't offer the bus loss and because they have another transportation system so this they have the other skyline as transportation system and they're still offering the bus and then if the sky learner doesn't go there from your resort. The bus still runs every twenty minutes. So you would still take that so it sounds like a good idea. Now I I am holding the right to change when it gets hot out when I was there it was nice out. It was like fifties. It was nice area and there was comfortable when it's a hundred. I'm very curious.

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"kingdom kingdom" Discussed on Can Do with Bill Duncliffe

Can Do with Bill Duncliffe

02:00 min | 11 months ago

"kingdom kingdom" Discussed on Can Do with Bill Duncliffe

"Unfortunately depends on. The day is fortunate. Yeah I have a passion for the place I've been here from the beginning and I it. It has had its ups and downs. We we're in an up phase. I don't think you can never take for granted. It's always been up phase but it certainly looks promising as long as racing around US continues to thrive bright right there. It's good it's good. Of course you've had some great horses here too right. Animal Kingdom Kingdom. Probably the most famous because he went on to do a lot more than Barbaro But but we have each year many grade one winners do winners. Great three winners stakes winners. The statistics out of here were stabled. Here seem to be getting better and better each year and that's good. I would imagine not to bring up a sore subject or a painful subject. But when borough suffers injury that had to be a rough a rough time around here folks presence about him he. He trained his whole two year old year here before he ever ran. He was one of the ones that you just knew was coming. Yeah would you said then. I think he'll win the Derby next year in project that he did. It wasn't a surprise. Oh mine really. He had so many fans. It was the The two weeks he was here between the Derby and the preakness masses of people just in love with Barbara alone when he got hurt his new Bolton Center he he had an unbelievable following he.

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"kingdom kingdom" Discussed on Myths and Legends

Myths and Legends

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"kingdom kingdom" Discussed on Myths and Legends

"The Egyptian King Ricardo Ricardo looked on his life and determined that it was awesome. He had three daughters and enough money to pay all their dowries erased honorable husbands. All guys not a bluebeard in the bunch the very accurately named Egyptian King of Thebes Ricardo divided up his kingdom kingdom equally among his son-in-law's retired on that sliver he left for himself and the Queen. It was all wrapped up with a bow perfection. It was after the wedding of their youngest daughter Spinella that Ricardo and his wife Valeria for having dinner finally finally empty nesters so I'm pregnant blurry said and took another bite ricardo sat there speechless us what Larry on shrugged not too many ways to misinterpret that she was pregnant yeah but I I thought that was is it for you. In that Department Ricardo managed finally Queen Not Yeah. They did think that but it wasn't she took another bite. The king face pumped it had been perfect three daughters he had divided his kingdom. He had nothing left to make a good match for the third daughter daughter. His head shot up and it's mine right. I can't like panish you or put to death or something the Queen Finish chewing before uttering you can try and taking another bite. The king laughed at zone obvious joke that was definitely a joke honey and then forced to smile for the wonderful terrible news.

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Magic Mushrooms: Can Their Mycelia Give Us Safer Plastic Replacements?

The Science Show

04:57 min | 1 year ago

Magic Mushrooms: Can Their Mycelia Give Us Safer Plastic Replacements?

"This film called the Kingdom you really must see it won so many international prizes and was made in Australia about fungi the half a kingdom of their own fungi just like the Animal Kingdom and the plant kingdom kingdom and it says in the film in the beginning we mammals had to be warm blooded otherwise fungi would have invaded us. Yes this is the side show. Today we come from Roy Mandalay an expert panel on the magic of mushrooms the I was talking to Brian about an extract from the film which you said amongst other things that none of you would be here if it weren't founder 'cause they were here first and they're so ubiquitous extraordinary that they would have been taking over your primitive body if it weren't for one important thing according to this superb film you have raised raised temperature and because you're warm-blooded these creatures do not infest you but this is highly significant and I find it really extraordinary that so little is known about my Celia other foundry living underground the gigantic now Brian. This is a leading question which the answer's. Yes do you think we've underestimated the importance of this kingdom yes go on very much so so my name's. Brian Pickles and I'm a lecturer in ecology at the University of Reading in the UK as the first guest to talk. I'm going to use the privilege witch of saying that. I'm a fun guy. Yeah that's right. Pun In there I mostly work call nut trees and their special relationship with fungi that link them all up ground incredible. They do all sorts of things. Introduce yourself similarly me and tell me how many my colleges there might be in the country. Does anybody know that's way too many. There's actually one fulltime microbiologist living at the ecology policy of fungi so I've got some medical ecologists agriculture microbiologists as compared to all other zoologists and botanists. We need a few more my collegues south the Ellison Awesome Pool Leo. I'm on a mission to fund infect you all by the end of today or perhaps finally infect your consciousness to try and get funding into our concepts tips of what biodiversity is of what nature is and how fungi actually underpinned the architecture of our soil's and draw the trees and funding other plants and indeed asked together and Gavin. I heard you on the radio with Brian. Yes today. I think it was Jonathon Greene was talking about all sorts of amazing things how you can use them. Where do you come. I'm from my organization. Economic Design is based in upstate New York and a little over a decade ago. We began growing alternatives for the conventional plastics mystics that are used in protective packaging and building construction using my Cillian the vegetative or root like structure of mushrooms so that these materials are compatible with our planet it at the end of their useful life fantastic on the scale you you just won't believe now. Mike now you connected to given his work on my Kornblau interdisciplinary artist and lecturer at the University of Tasmania and school of architecture and design and we're very lucky to have given cam over last week we did a talk as part of our design forum series and Moan System. We've been working on AH fabrication theme for the last year and a half where we're working with various biomaterials Kelp Scooby and now my Caelian to see how it can be scaled up to an architectural application by the way Mike. Have you seen Tim Flannery book about Kelp. No I haven't well obviously they grow on on a gigantic scale in the C- The oceans especially if it's not too hot but vast supply if you look after them especially around Tasmania okay now now bronze something. You hinted that would wide web. What is it so who in the audience has been thinking about fungi today understands what my see Liam Yeah Okay so did you all that you are currently on top of a whole. Shwak of my Celia attached to the roots of those grasses the roots of the trees that are extending out underneath his old and those roots are all connected up to fungi and fungi or interacting with the planets they're interacting with the soil and they form the foundation of

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"kingdom kingdom" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"kingdom kingdom" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"That would have been enough to get your shosh by god f._m. It's stunning rise. Yeah i mean it's obviously you've lived through and i remember the parrot here. It is talking about but it seems certainly in the u._k. Many people have forgotten about that time. All happy to come back again. Is it's a shame that that show i mean that was widely n._f._c. In any way but it's it does remind you of what i know. The reality of what you know for people who for me were an hour's drive away yeah and for people in the u._k. Were parts of the united kingdom kingdom soldiers internment as interment was basically we were in the seventies that head of northern and said we should be able to pick up people from the streets and with no charges just hold them in jail because we think that might be something that's phenomenal those kind of powers hours and the kind of abuse of this just merger on all sides and you know and when a <hes> i._r._a.'s are blowing often england i mean the fucking horror of that and so to be able to take a a award winning sitcom quite an achievement yeah so i remember the first first time i ever did show my naively. The very first time i ever did a show in belfast during the troubles on the drive out of belfast we passed the biggest graveyards in the city and there are thousands of stores and stuff like that and i remember looking i had no concept doc people up there could die of natural causes. Every death i'd ever heard about the north was via a bullet or a bomb. Yeah we ever died of dementia or cancer aged run over by a bus. These thousands of graves gone sosa research these needless i mean how are you looking at brexit from from the republicans on looking..

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"kingdom kingdom" Discussed on Counting Countries

Counting Countries

14:39 min | 1 year ago

"kingdom kingdom" Discussed on Counting Countries

"I am known as the gentleman adventurer I like traveling too dangerous zones and I love smoking cigars. Okay now Kolya. I've seen your picture before in you. Make me feel bad so when I'm traveling. I basically wear the same shorts every day. I changed my t shirts. People think I only have one or two L. Fits. Please describe what you're wearing today. Because you're classy looking guy I had my first job after university working as a marketing manager for Hugo boss that is why I do make sure I ah travel looking like a gentleman and I pretty much like yourself. Carry always the same clothing with me and very little luggage so I have a blue blazer and I have a wet hanky which has become a bit of trademark <hes> and I have <hes> <hes> Chino and that's about it's at traveled with a very small <hes> piece of hand luggage only but I try to look like a gentleman at all times in Koya you you mentioned and I know you're going to some of the more challenging places let's say in Afghanistan so what are the reactions are getting and you show up dressed extremely while <hes> walking extremely ida place at some level. What's the reaction when you roll in and they see you? I believe that it adds a level of security for me because obviously do not blend in in some countries but it is not possible to blend in every country so I do look like a businessman and the businessman has a right to be in most places of the world and not look like he doesn't belong there therefore I believe it adds to my <hes> security people attack when you look weak where people attack when you look out of place this I tried to avoid and knocking on wood it has worked well so far okay great to hear everybody has their own strategy when it comes to safety safety when travelling overseas and your sounds like it definitely has some logic to it and you obviously have many years of proof that it does work. We are in Harwich Essex England United Kingdom Kingdom. Why are we here? What is near by? What's next to Harwich? We're here because there is a place that doesn't exist. It is so exotic that it has the cachet to lure twenty-five of the world's most traveled people here. They wouldn't come if it was just an exotic place. No it is the principality of sealant and <hes> I <music>. I'm very glad that we have the top representatives of the three general travel clubs here with us. Okay in before we go deeper into that you mentioned principality of Sea Land. What is the principality of Sealand? The principality of Sealand has been founded more than fifty years ago by a British gentleman called Roy Bates. He was a radio producer. If I remember correctly who started to do a pirate chat channel Radio Channel on an old World War Two flak platform that it remained unused about seven miles offshore how each <hes> in in Britain and there he developed the idea of founding his own principality on this old platform. It's a country only twenty square meters big and this idea is now more than fifty years old. The principality is still exists. He has a son who is now Prince Michael of sealant and two grandsons prince chains and Prince Liam of sealant so is project is still very much alive. Okay so Kolia what you're referring to who is a mil- military fortification that was built by the British in World War Two. It's basically a tower <hes> with a couple of buildings on a platform that you still have some anti aircraft weaponry <hes> King or Prince Patti <hes> the pirate radio operator in essence sees this platform sometime after World War Two and in essence said this is now a country. It's the principality of Sealand Z. Land in the royal family so it's an incredibly unique place in this world absolutely and personally being libertarian believing in only minimum role for the state. I'm I'm very glad that somebody like Roy. Bates had the courage and persistence to start and to run this project for me. Any state is legitimate <hes> did small or big Kudos to the princess of sealant. Yes and I just <hes> to share a couple of other facts about the principality of Sealand. It's a very interesting place with a very interesting history but you can in essence purchase titles you can become a duke or Duchess of sea land. <hes> I think they have minted coins in the past before <hes> and they've even issued passports unfortunately not recognized by any other countries but <hes> Principality Zealanders is quite a unique place now Kolya you mentioned twenty five of the most extreme travelers have gathered in Harwich how we have plans to Visit Zealand <hes> unfortunately today we were thwarted due to poor weather conditions will be trying again tomorrow but you are also the founder of each tick. What's eat tick? It take stands for extreme traveler international congress at the same time. It is a play of words that transports a message. I consider travel an ethical undertaking because it brings people together it builds bridges between cultures and the good traveler will sustain local economies wherever he goes by the <unk> buying food maybe buying SIM cards small items taking part in the local economy and this is the best way to travel. There's NGOs was that where people spend other people's money and a lot of charity in Africa. I believe it's not good for Africa. The traveler is an ethical person. That's why I called. <hes> the the get together ethic also there's a second play of words in it. <hes> in those major travel clubs on the Internet you can tick the boxes of the countries you've traveled to so it's a an exercise of e <music> eletronic eat ticking okay in extreme travelers international congress wind. Did you find a found this organization we had our first event in Munich in two thousand eight eight and that was only for most traveled people club members later the best traveled club was founded which is nowadays called Nomad Mania and <hes> the first a big event where we had members from all three clubs of the third one will be travels central club that event was in Grozny Chechnya I believe in two thousand fourteen and since then we have had events at the northern even most road and in the world in Anna Bar Bay Siberia we have been in Mogadishu in Baghdad's in Grozny and now we're here at the principality of Sealand one okay so take me back in time in short. How did you come up with the idea? How did US decide that I'm GONNA create e Tek and get some of the most established some of the most walled traveled people people in the world in gathered them up in what an ordinary person would think would be an insane location? Our <HES> club members knew each other for a long time through the Internet and had not really met in person except on really exotic expedition ships occasionally there was sort of a informal get together by chance but not by planning so I introduced the idea that <hes> the most traveled men and women in the world who are listed on the Internet. I invited to meet in person <hes> <hes> which in itself is already incentive for most people because usually all of us travelers are interested in other travelers story and and when when we look at Grozny we go back. Tell me about some of the WHO can you can you recall who the first group of individuals who met up in Grozny were in in Grozny. There was a child's villi founder of most travel people yes and apart from that we had about thirty other travelers that <hes> was an relatively big event. Finally a lot less is people had sent their confirmations. Many were not sure what was what they had to expecting Rosny so they just showed up in order to be sure that nobody is waiting at the airport just to kidnap kidnap them <hes> that was the reputation of Grozny at the time still and through my context in the country I could ensure safety. This is very important. We meet in places that sound very dangerous that I ended very exotic but I want to make sure that there is no big risk one of the advantages of those exotic names as that it still had a certain attractiveness for even some of the most traveled people because <music> at the time a few of them have been in Grozny and it is important to have some of the top top travelers so you get a good group together and also where we are today. The principality of Sealand has not been visited visited by many people is considered extremely exotic. That's why we have such a nice crowd here today. Definitely going back to Grozny again. I mean and present days Grozny's <hes> less challenging to visit the security Freddie situations pretty good. When you went back with the Congress again it was the security situation was not as great re? You guys sticking out like thor thoughts sore thumbs. was there any interactions with the government when you went to visit. How many days were you there? Give us a little overview of your visit. During the Congress we were supported by the Chechen Ministry of Tourism who also organized denies all the logistics and the places we visited including high up in the mountains in an area that somewhat consider dangerous up to today but they were looking after our security perfectly so we were really connected at the top in Chechnya we spent two nights in the best hotel that Rosena City Hotel and at the time in two thousand fourteen it was already relatively safe but it still had a reputation of being dangerous now Grozny is almost like Abu Dhabi or Dubai a <hes> glitzy <hes> glamorous town with huge buildings very modern and days in the a lot of tourism now but it's not so much from Western countries because in the West we still believe in the myth of dangerous Chechnya which is not true and in Kolia. What's the process that you're utilizing for choosing the locations for each tick? It's at every meeting a discussion among those present <hes> where we should meet next year and then there's always several individual ideas and if there's no clear favorite <hes> we do voting process like last year when we met him back that there were three the ideas and we put out an online voting process and all three had the same number of voters foods so I said we'll have to do all three of them so we'll do indeed go to sealant where we are today. There will be smaller event in south of city at the end of the year and a big event in Columbia next year in share with us about that Columbia location location. I have to be honest. A voted and I saw the list of options I wasn't familiar with the Columbia. WanNa had Google so share with us..

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What do the European election results tell us abou politics?

Ben Shapiro

10:20 min | 1 year ago

What do the European election results tell us abou politics?

"We begin at this hour. However, with the results from the EU elections. I know you're saying what do I care about the elections? The EU man. What do I care over there? We're over here. Well, it does have some pretty significant ramifications, not only for foreign policy in the United States, but also it goes to sort of mentality of a lot of folks in the west right now, so called populist, nationalist movement, that has been burgeoning across Europe, and the United States is on the move these elections show, it again, according to the Associated Press Francis president and the leader of Italy's eurosceptic far-right movement jock. For the role of chief powerbroker on the continent on Monday after elections to the European parliament hollowed out the traditional polling middle after four days of balloting that drew to a close Sunday across the European Union's twenty eight countries ended the domination of the main center, right? And center left parties in parliament and established the anti forces on the right and the environmentalists on left as forces to be reckoned with the center, right? And center left had basically agreed on open, immigration and free trade. Those were sort of the basic premises of the centre-right, and central now I think most people still agree on free-trade, although there are folks on the environmentalists left who do not. But I think what's happened here is that people basically on the on the far-right, meaning the nonsense righty, just regular. Right. And the have decided that they are tired of taking orders from people in Brussels people. They did not vote for bureaucrats that are elected. We'll get to decide how they do their business, and they've also decided that they are tired of not being in control of their own borders. When it comes to immigration. One of the things about being a member of the EU. Is that if somebody enters Germany, as an immigrant, they can then move anywhere inside the EU and a lot of folks are getting uptight with this. And I think for some pretty good reasons, voters delivered the highest turnout in twenty years, rejecting mainstream politics in France, Germany, Britain, and Italy, the results could make the business of governing Europe, even trickier, leaving the parliament deadlock issues to come including immigration, a major trade agreement with the United States, global warming regulation of the tech industry. And of course, Brexit, there's been a lot of talk about the EU regulating, top-down environmentalism the far left is picked up points there. But so has the far right. Which, basically says no, we're done with this. We're not going to cram down on ourselves, all sorts of environmental regulations that make our lives worse, while the chief polluters on planet earth are outside of Europe. The outcome of the election is already setting off power struggles in France. President Emmanuel Macron's party narrowly lost the French far-right led by marine Le Pen, Macron's party was poised to secure twenty one seats to twenty two for men's national rally. Spent Monday busily amassing allies ahead of a summit Tuesday in Brussels, hoping to build a durable coalition. Now it's worthwhile. Noting here. What was originally designed to do? The EU was originally designed for a couple of purposes. The European Commonwealth, it was designed number one to have an integrated market, which most people still agree with. But number two, it was designed effectively to keep Germany down to integrate Europe for future security threats end to integrate Europe against the threat to the east, namely, the Soviet Union. Well, Soviet Union no longer exists. And a lot of countries are saying no, the chief threat right now is not coming from any external power, the chief threat right now is coming from those bureaucrats in Brussels, who wants to run our lives in Italy. That is how beanies right-wing party won a third of the country's vote. They're poised to become the biggest parties in European parliament with twenty eight seats in the seven hundred fifty one legislature by midday Salvini had already spoken to lapenne Hungary's, hardline, anti-immigrant, Prime Minister, Viktor, Orban, and Brexit leader. Nigel Farraj and was promising to singlehandedly bring together, an international group of nationalists. The centre-right European People's Party, the central of socialists and Democrats dominated parliament, but they are getting creamed. They're getting creamed in these polls writing what they called Europe's. Green wave environmentalist parties taking action on climate change, did make strong gains, particularly in Germany, where you would figure a lot of Angela Merkel's voters have been moving to the left, basically everything is becoming polarized has gone can fin is one of the leading candidates from parties in the future majority of European parliament goes thrust without question there isn't one without us in Germany, Anglo, Merckel, centre-right movement, also lost ground. A subdued EP candidate emend for Weber said, we're facing shrinking center from now on those who want to have a strong European Union. Have to join forces. Real power. In Europe remains in the hands of the twenty eight Member States parliaments influences grown they've helped improve air flight safety, and you're up they've cut down on plastics use. They've basically regulated enormous number of different industries inside of Europe. And a lot of nations are saying, I don't want Anglo-American deciding for Britain. What exactly are immigration policy ought to be Anglo Merckel is very upset about all of this, obviously, she says dark forces at play here. But the reality is that she helped break apart that centre-right centre-left coalition that has been governing European politics for very long time. Germany has been hesitant to report the rise in crime levels. Thanks to increased migration in Germany, but those increased tram levels have been taking place. The same has been true of anti-semitism in Europe, folks on the left wished to pretend that anti-semitism in Europe is purely in effect of the far right? Neo Nazi parties, which are indubitably and have always been disgusting and horrify, but it is important to note that when it comes to anti-semitism across Europe is from attic rise is in large part due to the increase in the number of Muslim refugees being taken from the Middle East. Now they're the only country that has refused to join your reporting on this, basically, as Germany. So Germany keeps saying that all of the violence in Germany directed against Jews is being directed by the far right? However, it is important to note that a lot of the statistics that they cite do not include a huge majority of the incidents as politically motivated. So, for example, there's a research and information center for anti-semitism report that came out last year, and it's that there is an increase in anti semitic offenses in two thousand eighteen over a thousand in Berlin alone. They according to the study, most incidents had no apparent political motive forty nine percents of cases had no traceable motive in politically motivated cases right wing extremism was identified as the main motive followed by activists hostile toward the state of Israel, which would be nine percent. So eighteen percents for white wing extremism nine percent for activists hostile toward the state of Israel Islamic motive was only identified in two percents of the cases. But again, that is leaving more than half of all these incidents off the board. So we just don't really know in those particular cases, and if Germany were to follow the broader patterns in Europe, it would suggest that it is anti semitism, that has led to this massive uptick. There's a report from the European Union agency for fundamental rights back last year. James, Kirk reported for tablet magazine, it found that much of the upswing is predominantly, Muslim and origin. According to the findings are dispiriting it confirmed. What many? No, but he will say that European anti-semitism is predominantly Muslim origin, followed in close, second by the left wing variety. According to respondents who experience some form events Medicare aspens in the past five years. Thirty percents of the perpetrators are Muslim twenty one percent where people espousing left wing view, that would be a majority only thirteen percents, expressed a right wing view. A third of respondents in Europe, where Jewish say that they no longer feel safe there as using are considering emigrating left-wingers responsible for a full quarter of anti semitic harassment in the United Kingdom kingdom, that is more than twice that of right-wingers and exceeded only by those views, or religious background, the victims could not describe in Germany, where the absorption of over one million mostly Muslim immigrants has propelled, the nationalist alternative for Deutsche lend into becoming the country's third largest political party, sparking fears of a right-wing revival forty one percent of the perpetrators were reported to be Muslim just twenty percent right wing. So something is getting hidden here something is getting hit in here really. The German government is reporting as they did today that eighty nine percents of all anti semitic incidents were traceable to the far-right. But this survey from the EU is finding that forty one percents of perpetrators of anti-semitic harassment were reported to be Muslim in Germany and just twenty percent right wing. That's a massive massive discrepancy suggest that perhaps the government of Germany is not being honest about its districts. The reason all this is important is because if you want to acknowledge, what exactly is happening. In europe. You have to acknowledge that taking invest swabs of people without any move toward assimilating, those people or figuring out, whether those folks agree with western values, that's going to be a problem. Any place you do. This is going to be a problem. It doesn't matter any prevailing culture, or a bunch of folks from the non-privileged culture who oppose the values the prevailing culture, enter that will create cultural conflict, and it doesn't matter. Which cultures you're talking about. And this is not to suggest that Muslims can't be great citizens of Europe or the United States at all. They can be. But if you were taking invest, unvetted, Muslim migration from areas of the world that have no history of western values are really shocked when vast one of those people are not simulating in that has some problems with it. This is I think what is driving people nuts in Europe. And in the United States this notion. The can't be protective of your country's culture by asking that folks assimilate. And then if you do that, you are some sort of racist that you are some sort of bigot. It's really despicable. And that's what the left is the center has done to the center has been doing this in Europe. And that's why more people are moving away from the centre. They're saying if we cannot say that we want immigrants who come into our countries to be vetted, so that they believe in our system, or willing to change to believe in our system. Then why exactly would listen to you or bringing in a lot of these folks without regard for that, again, multi-culturalism is such a fail in Europe that even angle miracle, and David Cameron have suggested multi-culturalism was a fail. The same England who brought a million Muslim refugees from the Middle East is suggested that multi-culturalism is a giant fail because it is. And yet, the political class, in Europe refuses to acknowledge the multi-culturalism is a fail because the alternative would be to call for assimilation or too slow immigration. It'd be more picky about immigration. And a lot of folks in European Europe, chattering classes, don't want to do that, not really sympathy reasons but because many of the countries of Europe rely on new immigrants. In order to provide the labor base for what's happening in Europe Europe has an incredibly slow growth rate. Thanks to lower birth rates. It's not a wonder that people in Europe are polarizing on these

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"kingdom kingdom" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast

Mostly Lit Podcast

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"kingdom kingdom" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast

"I'm Derek rate. Back to another episode all. Expec back again, we're back, but. Your friends Slim's. Me. Okay. Got it. Hey. Guy. Welcome to another episode of mostly let. We back. It's twenty nineteen. Cabbie anybody who's new as I'm rice her feet on nineteen so late to them. We said it would be sometimes it'd be like that sometimes rest, relax. Give it read. Also excited to be back and recording messages that way, and you when you have his back, and I just be like soon soon soon soon, but now back and I'm really excited for everything that God has installed for us this twenty nine plane. It's gonna be great. Everyone's. Eighteen. Festival actually have been speaking quite a few people and twenty eighteen was a scenario. It was it was really much Alex drought. Took me died grew like diving came with rebirth. Yes. Like, a Phoenix a reason for the ashes we go we come back. Folks, legit because. Eighteen was the yield on my life. I have to follow. We're live. Sorry. So we've cut up new year. How did everything kind of that come January because we have a house? Okay. So basically, I took a thirty day free trial from January twenty nineteen. Yeah. I've I'm gonna subscribe to this year. Salon new ways gonna do for me. And so my son today free trial of January and did and I thought yeah. Like, it's going to be a cool year. I've had a few weeks, actually. And in that time, I've just been able to spend quite Bill time by myself, go to therapy. Like I obsessed with Rb right now. 'cause I'm all about insurance that my mind is clean and correct. And it's so weird. I never was like that that person like I thought people whoever the obsessed with the call where bit lame. I. I was just a bit light over you'll sell and now fem I need peace. I need I need. I need to relax. What's his name? Remember that Jack on the on the space on the on the thing. The little kids. But yes, we tried to do what do you mean? Oh. His piece. Yeah. Twenty nineteen this January for me. Anyway, has been very much soul-searching. It's been a complete realignment of. How I think and who I am. And I've I've become very disciplined because Twenty-eight teen. It was boundary. Lous completely boundary. And I went through so many changes as you goes. Whoa. No. If you visit the pasta pursuits. I was just a recommend. But I needed to six months to Icee breakdown to comeback together. And now coming back together. And it's it's actually really really good really happy. How about you? What have you been up to? Reclaims seeing I've been trying to keep my head. The discussion about ten piece kingdom kingdom Kingdom of of peace peace. and literally bit in my room. Looking at my vision board. Because I've been cold and believe in trying to just figure out what I'm doing. But yeah, like, I'm just really ready always as I mentioned in the last episode in back in December. I'm just out here in trying to just get Pechiney opportunity. Yeah. My my monthly just out of sight. So that my blog up running guys. Paste. Everyone's do every Wednesday and choose the evening. Regal. So check it out. Doing time. Basically, we eat have like coping mechanisms. Kingdom of peace and my kingdom of peace. I was discussing yesterday is basically a fortress and early sets people vetted, and the vetting process is very very rigorous and rigid, and you can't get in. If you're not vetted outside of the kingdom of peace, Arkansas. Hang you. But just understand that deep, and I'm dyin forever. Is that you're to bring? Because eighteen everybody is mad. Included..

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"kingdom kingdom" Discussed on The Atheist Experience

The Atheist Experience

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"kingdom kingdom" Discussed on The Atheist Experience

"Does that have any bearing on whether or not it's true? No. Then there's no reason to raise it, right? Big because if there's something that has no bearing on whether or not something's true raising it in a discussion about truth is essentially poisoning. The well, it's an attempt to ring in credibility. That's not deserved. Wasn't many deserted that I was onto show. I'm this is not just my personal understanding that. So sure I understand that though. I see on that. Yeah. Yeah. I don't get any thoughts from that side. So when you get to the full faced, you would think all kingdom kingdom kingdom kingdom, maybe another kingdom. But instead of full faced has ten homes on as other next. So the full price is in supplanted by ten kings, ten kingdoms and incredibly when run fills in about full seventy six say, we have run wasn't supplanted by another kingdom as such. But it was divided more or less into ten change. And that's that's fairly specific. It's not change. No. It's not. It's see you're following this path. And then what what if what if when Rome had split that instead of being ten which I'm not necessarily convinces accurate anyway, it just been too. And then the one after that had split into ten. Yes, we'll see that that wouldn't fit the prophecy. I bet you I bet you people would just say that one of them didn't count. The fact of the matter is you need a prophecy that predicts something so specific that can only be answered by a single occurrence with no interpretation. And God would know this any God that is using this method any God that is giving people dreams about beasts and statues, and then having someone interpret them, and then letting people a millennia later, go back and see if they can massage things to fit spend doctorate is a jackass and not very bright. Because if the purpose is to show that you exist into guide people to an understanding that you're a benevolent God who's here. Why not just talk to people? Will he has told to people in past if my birthday, ending, correct? Prove it will will this is what is prophecy is. He hasn't talked to me. I said that he hasn't talked to me an jelly does not worth five minutes of my time. If we can go through specifics. It's also says three kingdoms would be operated by another kingdom does not just only civil panel. It's also religious, and we got back to a roundabout full seventy six day after I'm divided up. We see the religious talent came to the fore, which was the pun typical panel. Because in one way, the Roman civil panel by the ROY religious pal. Believe that the universe end with Rome. Or was there anything after that? Now, this is is Ryan divided up into ten kingdom about ten. I thought it was exactly ten. Ten kingdoms and then three is operated by religious pan. So if we have a look at that historically in full sit in in five that we are completely wasting time because you've already acknowledged that you have no way to demonstrate that there was actually four knowledge, and that it actually came from God. Correct. Undestanding of his prophecy. Does it's not prophecy. Just because you call it prophecy. The I started at the very beginning. The call pointing this out. I granted everything I could possibly grant to show that even if there was a specific prophecy that actually turned out to be true. You still don't have any sort of evidence or mechanism to show how and why that person wrote that the they know about the future, and how did they know about the future? You have no way of showing that it's just what you believe. Well, Jake lays it if people can tell the future accurately. In flew, hundreds of centuries that does show something. Not only any accuracy. But the longer the time is between the interpretation between the prophecy in the event. The more likelihood it is come true. Hey, here's a prophecy for the United States. The United States will elect a woman as president. He would have to say the next president of the United States would be women. Funny while you want now for mens pro. Enters for years. We have specific kingdoms..

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"kingdom kingdom" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"kingdom kingdom" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Make your social loud cost you if you do not buy expensive, it's an expensive call and all of the status symbols you will be treated as a social outcast, and I'm keen to understand what would be your take on that. Love it. Where did you great from United Kingdom kingdom? Okay. And where did you grow up? I was born in India immigrated to the UK when I was seventeen. Okay. And your household? Twenty. Nine. Okay. Okay. And how long did you live in the eleven years or you a social outcast there now. Well, where did you live in the UK a cynical bath, right? I'm pretty good size city. It is nice day over legitimate shitty and you weren't social outcasts there for being frugal now. But I was like, I wonder you live in the United States. I live in San Diego. Oh, there. You might social outcasts there? No, I'm kidding. Okay. There are people in the incendiary go that have common sense as well. So I don't know what crowd you're running with their, but it's different than the one you ran with India or the one you ran with and bath for sure. Because they have been bitten by the bug of consumerism, but plenty of Americans in any city on will not consider you a social outcast for having good common sense values. Now that's a Suming you're, you know, if your clothes are not necessarily expensive, but they're at least clean and your watch. I'm I'm worth. Good. Well, over ten million dollars buildings worth twenty million that you're standing in its paid for. And that's my watch. It's pretty unassuming think it costs about one hundred and fifty bucks. Problem is I don't care what you think. And if you think if you think I'm cool because I have a watch, I don't really think you're cool. So you know, that's the thing you gotta decide who you want to influence you and where you want to end up. So what brought you to the United States? Why did you come here? It was a childhood dream that I had. I read somewhere that because this country guarantees to all people to supreme court at rule that no one can be forced to recite the pledge of allegiance. And that just got hold of me. I was about twelve years old and I try to apply that in my school in India's get a naive. I was didn't realize the American constitution doesn't apply in India. I got the teacher pulled me out in trouble. Yeah, I did. I send to the principal in the center, the principal one day when I make it to the United States, you wouldn't be able to do this to me anymore. So freedom that is correct freedom. Okay. And now people are trying.

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"kingdom kingdom" Discussed on Are You Real

Are You Real

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"kingdom kingdom" Discussed on Are You Real

"In here from some of our different hosts of course jon fuller puts his todd cast out still every wednesday in and that's are you real purpose you can get that on itunes spotify google play wherever you get your podcasts so today's so i wanna welcome from toledo ohio joe liggett in he is with a ministry called amber welcome to the show joe so glad to have you christi thanks so much for having mutes a matter use you awesome while we are so excited to hear your heart and some of you may know that toledo is my hometown in say i got to meet joe about a year ago and i just it was funny because different places i would hang out and the people that you know we would associate with i kept hearing joe liga and what he was doing and so basically we all just met up for coffee mosaic also when you guys doing here in the city in some of the keys that the lord's given them in co labor's he's brought together in that sense city really have produced such a harvest and such a crop in so i can't wait for you to hear his heart so joe let's start with this we know that city taking looks a little bit different for everyone so for you what does city taking look like that's a deep question so i guess if i could go back a little ways starting number this year it's going to be ten years ago now i really had no clue what that looked like to be honest with you but one thing the lord allowed me to do was to sort of see see his his his church on a regional level or city level you know when we hear the churchman spoke of in the new testament it was mainly spoken on a city level the church of galatian the church of currents the church of ethicists and so on and so early on the lord allowed me to see see it from that perspective which is really just you know kingdom kingdom perspective and so i quickly started to understand that this was going to take it was gonna take unity in the body of christ in so really we set out early on to start to to pray in a crowd for unity you know understanding that you know a region it's gonna take the resources of the church in a region to really see city one believe so for me it looks like number one looks like unity in the in the body of christ in a region or city for sure who's you can't do anything without being an agreement together in that was the miracle of.

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"kingdom kingdom" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"kingdom kingdom" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"Qingdong is so young he was kingdom kingdom was someone who was supposed to have a twenty two inch penis tiny well he sort of was it's supposedly when he was real supposedly going to wreck sion he fainted win loss could use his flaccid payments to hit i don't think anyone would king comb really a steeper question quite quite powerfully powerfully size twenty two inches he can get out to king cons level you'd have to came to pick you up some out i've been kicking that would just kink on it would enrage him it would make more stupid question him anyway so why can't we live forever that'd be quite boring it would be boring offer you do everything and then and then it would i think the worst thing that live forever was just even if you've done anything and clinton time it's just knowing it's never going to stop that's why don't understand why people want to go to heaven because it's then it's just turn t maybe there's another bath to that then maybe we gotta have him go yeah this isn't it the idea the afterlife any onces because everyone thinks the life gives you lots of answers but good to get go again when you go to bbc me too excited they go way fucking you do so you've got this book your book is this the tales of the way the world the wonderful oh yeah the children's book i read that with a group of curly vers last year so we all that was part stores kerr projets we kind of wrote children's fiction all the kids in the book of the fictional characters had some care experience themselves or not had normal family backgrounds and then they're available to buy online and we give out thousands of copies to kids incur now so yeah that's not books still available on amazon.

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"kingdom kingdom" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"kingdom kingdom" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Maria malta a key be predictable every week what we decide they serve as everyone here own doubled toastedcom i am past corey komen above baked past you've got the real stopover here over here wiggly jiggling in shaken equake minister martin thomas i already good to see you martin to see it a days to raspberry pag going on let's uber delicious today's our mean that advises way man i'll take it wrong okay in a meeting the nicest way when i say that i am so happy to be here with all the people today on the show welcome every wanted today we do have a this show for you you know today this is why got rid of trailer tuesday man because two two trainers don't trap on tuesday man don't wait will you they don't wait for me the way put tuesday man they wake but no one time in trailers waits for no man and they have three trailers that drought within the last forty two hours one of them today ready to play a one people also talking about big controversial trailer which is one little small thing not pizza as a of we're talking about a lead a battle angel in men there's that jurassic park argh i'm sorry jurassic world's two martin the kingdom has fallen finally is that the neighborhood the falling kingdom kingdom it's a kingdom might is that burst they had oak park then they will world demand gil back into making a kimber.

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