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Fresh update on "lamb" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"90s for highs and then some late day storms on Sunday I'm storm team four meteorologist stimuli a Draper 67° in Reston 69 of Bethesda 64° right now in woodbridge overnight lowest tonight going down at the mid 50s to low 60s It's 9 40 Campaign 2022 on WTO the Republican Senate primary Pennsylvania remains too close to call doctor Mann and Oz holding a slight lead over David McCormick And on the democratic side the Senate nominee is shaken up conventional political wisdom WTO's Mitchell Miller has more now from Capitol Hill Lieutenant governor John fetterman's easy win over Democrat Connor lamb broke the mold Many thought lamb who served in the marines was a rising centrist star Virginia democratic senator Mark Warner who often works across the aisle says he's not going to read too much into the latest primary results But I do hope that both parties will get back to nominating mainstream candidates They can have their ideological differences and they had a fight like heck but at the end of the day we need to get things done for the American public And in Warner's view that doesn't happen as often when far right and far left candidates are elected to Congress On Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTO news And continuing our coverage of the Pennsylvania Republican Senate primary the winner of that race is still undecided but former president Donald Trump has told Doctor Oz to declare victory Leon Caldwell with The Washington Post's early two O two says mail in ballots still need to be counted She tells WTO P it will take some time for a winner to be declared in this race They are going to count those ballots There's thousands of mail in ballots left and there will be a winner but there might be a recount because in Pennsylvania if the vote is closer than .5 percentage points apart then it's an automatic recount So we might not know this winner for a while That was Leigh Anne Caldwell with The Washington Post's early two O two It's 9 42 In the wake of the buffalo shooting the house is set to vote on a domestic terrorism bill that would devote more federal resources towards preventing similar attacks The democratic sponsors of the bill say it will fill the gaps in intelligence sharing among the Justice Department Department of Homeland Security and the FBI the House passed something similar back in 2020 but it failed to move in the Senate Members of the Buffalo Bills went to the location of Saturday's grocery store massacre to help the community heal and locals are now being given bus rides to other grocery stores several miles away CBS News jerika Duncan is in Buffalo.
Fresh update on "lamb" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"41 Campaign 2022 on WTO moderate Democrats have lost some key congressional primaries this week and appear to be facing political headwinds WTO Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller Pennsylvania democratic congressman Conor lamb served in the Marine Corps and is a former prosecutor but he lost handily in the democratic Senate race against lieutenant governor John fetterman a much less conventional candidate Virginia senator Mark Warner is a moderate Democrat who believes there's still plenty of room for centrist lawmakers I think both parties are better when you hire people that want to work with the other side Doesn't mean you give up on your principles Warner says he doesn't want to read too much into the latest primaries But in Oregon 7 turned Democrat Kurt Schrader appears to have lost to a more progressive candidate who called him the Joe Manchin of the house On Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTO As we've been hearing we still don't have a winner in Pennsylvania's Republican Senate primary Doctor Oz who was endorsed by former president Trump holds a slight lead over establishment Republican David McCormick Leigh Anne Caldwell with The Washington Post early two O two tells WTO a significant chunk of Republican voters are still loyal to Trump Both of them are at about 31% It tells me that Donald Trump is good for delivering 30% of the Republican base This is a pattern that we've seen through a lot of these elections that the person Trump endorses routinely comes in at around 30% And so the Republican Party is still fractured although a Trump endorsement definitely does not hurt the candidate The winner of this race will face progressive John fetterman in the November midterms Coming up tonight here on WTO we're watching.
Fresh update on "lamb" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Across the area right now 66° in Annapolis Germantown coming in at 69 and centerville at 70 All right thanks Amelia 6 41 now on double DTP A senior member of Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign from 2016 says the campaign didn't Authorize a lawyer to meet with the FBI and provide information that was meant to tie rival candidate Donald Trump to Russia That's according to testimony today by the campaign's top lawyer Mark Elias Another campaign lawyer Michael sussman is on trial He's charged with lying to the FBI Sussman is accused of giving data to the FBI that purported to show suspicious contact between a Russian based bank and Trump's company the Trump organization Moderate Democrats have lost some key congressional primaries this week and appear to be facing some political headwinds WTO Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller today on the hill Pennsylvania democratic congressman Conor lamb served in the Marine Corps and is a former prosecutor but he lost handily in the democratic Senate race against lieutenant governor John fetterman a much less conventional candidate Virginia senator Mark Warner is a moderate Democrat who believes there's still plenty of room for centrist lawmakers I think both parties are better when you hire people that want to work with the other side Doesn't mean you give up on your principles Warner says he doesn't want to read too much into the latest primaries but in Oregon 7 turned Democrat Kurt Schrader appears to have lost to a more progressive candidate who called him the Joe Manchin of the house On Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTO Big day in sports as the U.S. soccer federation has reached agreement to pay players for the men's and women's teams the national teams equally Christine Brennan USA Today sports columnist tells us why it's happening now They've done this because of the success of the U.S. women for World Cup titles for Olympic gold medals The men haven't done anything like that Because of the PR nightmare that U.S. soccer has had over the last few years and not paying women equal to men not even close even though the women are the icons the women are the big names that women are winning all the tournaments And also because to men on the men's team decided that they needed to do the right thing by the women maybe give up a little money and bonuses because of the pay differential internationally The agreement comes following the settlement of a gender discrimination lawsuit brought by some members of the women's team WTO P news time 6 43 Here's Cody pierce The chief product officer for looking glass on the special bulletin review attack surface management sponsored by looking glass So with a tax surface management it's really being able to identify the risk that you are exposing How much of that you're exposing to the outside world and how much can an attacker leverage of your organization that an attacker may be looking to gain entry Listen to the entire discussion on federal news network search looking glass Cyber adversaries regularly take advantage of the fact that organizations don't have visibility across their attack surface This makes them ripe targets to combat these growing threats enterprises need to not only identify their assets and the risks associated with those assets but also what risks are being exploited in order to prioritize action and response This is what intelligent attack surface management looks like To gain a deeper understanding of.
Fresh update on "lamb" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"New generation of vaccines or certainly we need to plan for that And I want to make sure we have enough resources that we can buy enough vaccines for every American who wants more We do not have the resources to do that right now So without additional funding from Congress we will not be able to buy enough vaccines for every American who wants one CBS News special report on when he Gillette It's one 33 there's a plea deal today in the case of one of the officers involved in the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis nearly two years ago Former Minneapolis police officer Thomas lane is pleading guilty to aiding and abetting manslaughter prosecutors have agreed to drop a similar elevated charge for murder Now there are two other officers J Alexander king and toe tau they are still facing state charges involving their roles in Floyd's murder They're scheduled to go on trial in June all three of them were found guilty earlier this year a violating George Floyd's civil rights Derek Chauvin of course who was seen kneeling on George Floyd's neck is serving a 22 and a half year state sentence for murder Steve Simpson for CBS News Minneapolis The Supreme Court's final decision on a key abortion case that could determine the fate of roe versus wade is still weeks away but the government is reportedly preparing for potential political violence once the ruling is handed down The leak of a draft opinion suggests the court could be ready to overturn the landmark decision that granted abortion rights nationwide Axios has obtained a Homeland Security memo that details investigations into social media threats to attack the Supreme Court building They're also looking into violent threats against justices churches and clinics that provide abortions The memo warns the violence could come from people on both sides of the issue To politics now in Pennsylvania the Republican Senate primary remains too close to call With Doctor Oz holding a slight lead over David McCormick and on the democratic side the Senate domini has shaken up conventional political wisdom Let's hear more from WTO's Mitchell Miller Today on the hill Lieutenant governor John fetterman's easy win over Democrat Connor lamb broke the mold Many thought lamb who served in the marines was a rising centrist star Virginia democratic senator Mark Warner who often works across the aisle says he's not going to read too much into the latest primary results But I do hope that both parties will get back to nominating mainstream candidates They can have their ideological differences and they had a fight like heck but at the end of the day we need to get things done from the American public And in Warner's view that doesn't happen as often when far right and far left candidates are elected to Congress On Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTO news Now to the war in Ukraine and its fallout NATO membership for Sweden and Finland is still an issue for turkey So turkey is blocking a vote on those nations applications The New York Times reports turkey has outlined its grievances to NATO ambassadors primarily about its conflict with Kurdish groups Turkey considers those groups terrorists many Western countries do not share that view However analysts believe turkey's objection is designed to get NATO to pay more attention to its issues rather than keeping the Nordic countries out of the alliance Meantime on the ground in Ukraine there is concern building for those Ukrainian fighters who were defending the steel plant and mariupol Russia says nearly a thousand of them have now been taken into Russian controlled territory after what Moscow claims was a mass surrender Men and women.
Fresh update on "lamb" discussed on Balance of Power
"Broker studio in New York Welcome to the second hour of balance of power I'm David Weston Well we did have primaries in 5 different states four states and a Commonwealth technically yesterday with some fairly dramatic results and at least one major race yet to be decided to take us through it all Welcome now our political contributor Jeannie Chan xeno of iona college she is the author of American democracy in crisis Jeannie thanks so much for being with us I guess we should start with Pennsylvania the Republican side the primary Senate That's right You know what a night with about almost 95% of the vote counted you have a Doctor Oz and Dave McCormick both at 31% Oz just slightly narrowly out vote getting more votes than like 2500 votes And that's with huge turnout for a primary election at 1.1 million Republicans turning out and Democrats not far behind with about a little over 1 million votes cast in that rate Those races So a lot of turnout people very interested but this race so close it looks like it's going to go to an automatic recount in this race And of course the late surgeon candidate Kathy Barnett she fell behind to about 25% So she came up strong towards the end but she didn't have enough to push it through And she may cost Doctor Oz this race if she if he loses it because the thinking would be she took votes away from Doctor Oz So do we have a sense of where the uncounted votes lie Yeah we do we are hearing so we have Delaware county dolphin county Cumberland county We're still waiting to report but mostly what we're waiting on are mail in ballots And this is what gives McCormick the edge He runs about 9 points ahead of Oz in mail in ballots This is something we heard an awful lot about in 2020 so we're all getting flashbacks to this The more maggot Trump candidates don't do as well with a mail in ballots So if that proves to be true here McCormick may have an advantage but since Pennsylvania doesn't start counting those until a bit later this means we have to wait and we can be sure if Oz loses his supporters Donald Trump will say it's a result of some kind of trouble at the ballot because it's taking so long for them to count these votes Well exactly when all the people were so skeptical about the 2020 election they may have problems with this one We do know who the opponent to either Doctor Oz or David McCormick will be It's going to be John fetterman the lieutenant governor who's had his health problems but he ran away with this over Conor lamb You're a Professor of political science in general is this a disadvantage to the candidate who doesn't know they've won or not because they have to devote so much time and attention so much bandwidth to making sure they win while the other guy can be running for the office It does to a certain extent I mean there's still a bit of time to go until November So certainly whoever wins on the Republican side will have time to consolidate support behind them But what's happened with this tough primary and the Republican side is Oz and McCormick beat each other up so much and then Barnett came in that it gives fetterman who as you mentioned ran away with it about 59% of the vote to Connor lamb's about 25 26% that he does have time to consolidate a little bit easier but I'll tell you it's interesting on the democratic side Fetterman the more progressive candidate lamb the more Biden S candidate and lam lost big in this race He's a very promising you know in 2018 2020 but he is a Biden candidate and he lost big here which suggests that fetterman brought something to this race that ran away with it and attracted Democrats in this primary and the Biden S candidate could not do that And I think that's telling for progressives It's a good night for more moderate Democrats It's a bit of a question mark Well that takes me exactly my question about the general election as opposed to the primary because I was sort of thinking Pennsylvania was a little bit purplish because it kind of goes back and forth But the middle here is wide open Neither the Republican candidate in northern Democrat has positioned themselves at least in the primary to really seize the middle Yeah and that's right And that's why the Republicans were so concerned that somebody like a Cathy Barnett may win because they thought how could we then pivot to the center because Pennsylvania being as purple as it is you do need to appeal to moderates and independents and maybe some moderates from the other side to win they were very concerned in their breathing a sigh of relief that she didn't pull this out but it is going to raise questions as we have again a more progressive Democrat now and whoever it is asr McCormick a more right wing if you will Republican so the middle is going to be up for grabs here So I want to turn to New York because you and I both live in New York and there's sort of a drama playing out here I talked to congressman Hakeem Jeffries in the first hour about the problem that they have Take us through how we got here with not knowing these districts and fighting it out to the last minute Yeah New York redistricting is in chaos Some people saying mayhem and you and I know from living here but in 2014 what happened is voters approved a state constitutional amendment giving the power to redistrict to an independent redistricting commission That commission not unexpectedly deadlocked which through the map making to the state legislature which is controlled by the Democrats They redrew the map it favored Democrats no question two of those three maps were then challenged in court and the New York State Court of Appeals appointed a special master a political science professor from Carnegie Mellon to draw the maps and your interview with Hakeem Jeffries was so fascinating because here is somebody who tweeted just recently that the map that was put out by the special master he described it as viciously targeting historically black representatives in New.
#37 Holy Week, part 2 - burst 1
"Now, as I said, Jesus answering questions which have been posed to him by the religious leaders of the day, and while they don't realize they're doing it, they're following a tradition which is part of the Passover. During Passover, each person offers a lamb to be sacrificed. That lab must be absolutely perfect. No flaws of any kind. Part of the Passover ritual is the inspection of the lamps, the priest would examine the lab for imperfections prior to sacrifice. Now, if you recall, Jesus was proclaimed to be the lamb of God by John the Baptist very early in Jesus ministry, so the questions which are being posed to Jesus by the religious leaders are there examination of the lamp.
Pennsylvania's Senate Race Will Stretch the Democratic Party Faithful
"One of the issues that we talked about having with the Democrats is they're policy issues of the far left. And basically it's very progressiveness. It's not matching up with a lot of the country. And in that you got fatter money lamb. John fetterman and Connor lamb for the most part who are running in this primary federman is way out in front right now. And federman is if you go to most I've talked to some democratic consultants, they would tell you that fetterman is going to be the harder one to try and keep this seat in some ways, although Pittsburgh Pittsburgh and Philadelphia and other parts of the state will go heavily for the current lieutenant governor. It is a race that is going to stretch the Democratic Party faithful. We'll see how the Pennsylvania is not a New York. It's not a California. It's not an Illinois. They're going to have to see how a fetterman would play, although he is one statewide. He's now going to have to play on a different stage. Conor lamb came out of the Pittsburgh area, a very well funded. He won the House seat. He has been one of the consistent, more moderate blue dog Democrats, if you would, which seemed to have played in the state of Pennsylvania very well, but so far it is just not. Fetterman's money advantage his notoriety and others have just played. And he is well on a double digit lead right now in this democratic primary. I do not see lamb overcoming that and it sets up an interesting race, whether it be federman and McCormick or Fatima in Oz, that one is going to be a one to race.
'The Silencing of the Lambs' With Author Michael Brown
"Michael Brown, my friend, welcome. Great to be with you, Eric. Thanks for the memories. You've got a great story, which we're not going to get into today. We've talked about that many times on the program before, but you have a new book out, and unfortunately it's very important. The book is titled the silencing of the lambs, the ominous rise of cancel culture, and how we can overcome it. So what do you say in the book, roughly speaking? There really is an attempt to shut us up to silence us to cancel us to marginalize us and to put us in a place where we can not speak up and get our message out. When I say us, I mean followers of Jesus with conservative biblically based values, I'm not paranoid about this. In fact, a large part of the book is strategies as to how we can overcome. But this is real. I mean, we're in a situation today where it's not just a matter of we disagree with you. But we have to cancel you out. You know, in China, we'll talk about someone with disappeared. They use it as a vowel. They were disappeared. They suddenly, they're not there anymore, or under Soviet Union. Some of this disappearance, they're blanked out. They're blotted out. That's what's happening in a different way. Barry Weiss has spoken up about this. She was in New York Times journalist, a liberal feminist quote, married to another woman and she found the atmosphere in New York Times for her to be so toxic that if you raise a narrative, you are not just criticized but you would cancel she called it social murder and it's so extreme now that you have voices like the irreverent atheist Bill Maher or reverend Jewish comedian Sarah Silverman or actors like Alec Baldwin or sports personalities like Dana White and they're all raising their voice against this Nick Cave singer songwriter in Australia said that cancel culture is mercy's antithesis. So you do one wrong thing. 15 years ago, something in your useful days. It comes out today. You can lose your
USA Today Faces Backlash, Deletes Series of Tweets Which 'Normalizes' Pedophilia
"USA Today which used to be a respectable publication came out with an article recently and the title was that they believe that pedophiles are misunderstood. They wrote an entire article, by the way, on the day of child sex trafficking awareness day. Let's just be clear. The day that you're supposed to talk about child sex trafficking, they say that pedophiles are misunderstood. Could you imagine if USA Today on Martin Luther King Jr. day said that racists were misunderstood? Or on Juneteenth? USA Today was lamb blasted. This is on the blaze dot com for publishing an article framing pedophilia as misunderstood. Swift backlash caused the publication to delete tweets promoting the article, which was originally titled quote when the public keeps getting wrong about pedophilia. The complicated research behind pedophilia. Continued by saying, pedophilia is viewed as among the most horrifying social ills. But scientists who study the sexual disorder say that it is also among the miss most misunderstood. When most of the public thinks a pedophilia they assume it's synonymous with child abuse. USA Today researcher says, it's actually when we study pedophilia, we say that term describes an attraction, not an action, and use it interchangeably with abuse that fuels misperceptions. USA Today was forced to delete their Twitter thread. Yeah, I don't know if USA Today was reading the room correctly. But platforming like pro pedophile arguments, don't think the country's there. Hopefully not yet. USA Today tweeted out, quote, we think we know what a pedophile is. There's a lot of misunderstanding. Or there's a lot we're misunderstanding. USA Today said, quote, a pedophile is an adult who is sexually attracted to children, but not all pedophiles abuse kids, and some whose secretion abuse kids are not pedophiles. Oh, thanks for that distinction. That's super
How democracy was dismantled in Hong Kong in 2021
"Supporters supporters of of the the Hong Hong Kong Kong pro pro democracy democracy new new cider cider reacting reacting with with dismay dismay after after two two of of its its former former editors editors were were charged charged with with sedition sedition and and denied denied bail bail the the standard standard online online pro pro democracy democracy news news outlet outlet one one of of the the last last openly openly critical critical voices voices in in Hong Hong Kong Kong has has said said it it will will cease cease operations operations and and lay lay off off all all of of its its staff staff following following a a police police raid raid on on its its offices offices and and seven seven arrests arrests police police say say they they will will prosecute prosecute the the company company for for sedition sedition it's it's another another sign sign of of a a wider wider crackdown crackdown on on dissent dissent in in Hong Hong Kong Kong outside outside the the west west Kowloon Kowloon magistrates magistrates court court runs runs and and she she and and the the chairman chairman of of the the Hong Hong Kong Kong journalists journalists association association said said he he was was disappointed disappointed with with the the court's court's decision decision to to deny deny bail bail in in charge charge former former editors editors trump trump who who Quinn Quinn and and Patrick Patrick lamb lamb with with one one count count each each of of conspiracy conspiracy to to publish publish a a seditious seditious publication publication U. U. S. S. secretary secretary of of state state called called on on authorities authorities to to release release the the detainees detainees and and his his Canadian Canadian counterparts counterparts at at her her country country was was deeply deeply concerned concerned police police released released Cantonese Cantonese pop pop singer singer Denise Denise ho ho a a Canadian Canadian citizen citizen and and activist activist others others under under arrest arrest included included former former lawmaker lawmaker and and her her husband husband a a former former editor editor at at apple apple daily daily whose whose publisher publisher media media tycoon tycoon Jimmy Jimmy Lai Lai is is also also jailed jailed on on sedition sedition charges charges Hong Hong Kong Kong leader leader Carrie Carrie lam lam told told reporters reporters that that inciting inciting people people could could not not be be condoned condoned under under the the guise guise of of news news reporting reporting I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king supporters supporters
Daystar CEO Marcus Lamb dies after COVID diagnosis
"Marcus Marcus lamb lamb the the CEO CEO and and founder founder of of the the conservative conservative Christian Christian Daystar Daystar television television network network has has died died at at the the age age of of sixty sixty four four after after contracting contracting the the corona corona virus virus his his wife wife Joanie Joanie said said he he had had diabetes diabetes and and was was hospitalized hospitalized after after his his oxygen oxygen levels levels had had dropped dropped lemon lemon Daystar Daystar have have promoted promoted views views opposing opposing cove cove in in nineteen nineteen vaccines vaccines and and restrictions restrictions to to stop stop the the spread spread of of the the disease disease the the network's network's programs programs have have featured featured vaccine vaccine skeptics skeptics and and healthcare healthcare professionals professionals who who promote promote alternative alternative club club in in nineteen nineteen treatments treatments in in recent recent months months a a number number of of prominent prominent anti anti vaccination vaccination Christian Christian broadcasters broadcasters have have died died from from Calvin Calvin nineteen nineteen radio radio host host Dick Dick Farrell Farrell Phil Phil Valentine Valentine and and mark mark Bernie Bernie or or who who were were unvaccinated unvaccinated all all died died after after they they contracted contracted the the virus virus I I Walter Walter Ratliff Ratliff
The 'Moderate' Democrats We Need to Defeat Next Election
"Tom milanowski Democrat New Jersey Lauren Underwood Democrat Illinois Sidney axe need Democrat Iowa Abigail spanberger Democrat Virginia Conner lamb Democrat Pennsylvania Carolyn Bordeaux Democrat Georgia Ron kind Democrat Wisconsin Lizzie pennell Fletcher Democrat Texas Hele Stevens Democrat Michigan Tom O'Leary Democrat Arizona Sheri bustos Democrat Illinois Matt Cartwright Democrat Pennsylvania Jimmy Gomez Democrat California Susie Lee Democrat Nevada Susan wild Democrat Pennsylvania Kim schrier Democrat Washington state Elise a slot Nick Democrat Michigan Stephen horsford Democrat Nevada Chris Pappas Democrat New Hampshire Colin allred Democrat Texas Elaine lauria Democrat Virginia Mike Levin Democrat California Charlie Crist Democrat Florida Peter defazio Democrat Oregon Tim Ryan Democrat Ohio And as they say the Amnesty provisions in the filibuster proof reconciliation package which only needs majority support the
Elliott, Cowboys get back on track with 43-3 rout of Falcons
"Ezekiel Elliott ran for two touchdowns and caught another from dak Prescott is the cowboys crush the falcons forty four three the Shawn Wright recovered a blocked punt for a score Prescott was twenty four of thirty one for two hundred ninety six yards and two scores to CD lamb he also ran for a TD before sitting out the fourth quarter lamb had old ninety four of his receiving yards by halftime Matt Ryan finished with a twenty one point four rating going nine of twenty one for one hundred seventeen yards Dallas is seventy two following its seventh win in eight games Atlanta is four and five I'm the ferry
Biden and Harris May Become Sacrificial Lambs as Inflation Worsens
"This inflation crisis is going to get worse than the troubling part about this inflation crisis which the media is not telling you but some people are starting to sound the alarm about is that the crisis is going to impact the poor and middle class more than anyone Now why is that I'm gonna play audio in a second of the great Ken lango and Home Depot found They're an entrepreneur businessman He was on what is CNBC Yes Talking about how this inflation crisis is a lot worse than people think And this is why you're seeing the dinkins effect The David dinkins effect I call it when eventually even the left wing media has to acknowledge that in order to save the Liberal Democrat movement they've got to throw someone overboard Biden Harris are at this point now You're gonna see them turn on them I promise it's not an act of benevolence They're not trying to be truth tellers or philanthropists or anything of the sort That is not what's going on What they're trying to do right now is save the Democrat party from these two buffoons So they have to pick a sacrificial lamb and Harris and Biden are going to be it It's happening I've seen it I saw it with David dinkins the old mayor New York I saw with Jimmy Carter where they eventually threw Carter into the bus You can't have this foil effect right Where people who just a year and a half two years ago before the pandemic had great jobs the economy was booming during the Trump years You can have this foil effect where now people are miserable inflation kicks in you got to eat cat food for dinner or whatever it may be You can't have it and continue to try to defend the people doing it to the people it's
Loudoun County School District Makes Parents Sign NDA to Access School Curriculum
"Daily caller school district forcing parents to sign nondisclosure agreement like forms to see critical race theory influence curriculum Now understand we have a freedom of information act in every state including in Virginia It's fairly liberal act that is it's a broad act You're not required to sign a NDA in nondisclosure agreement to see public information Lamb county public schools in Virginia has come under fire with local parents once again After the school system revealed it is requiring parents to sign a form similar to a nondisclosure agreement in order to examine the district's newt curriculum influenced by critical race theory So there are number one Terry mcauliffe said critical race theory is a dog whistle It doesn't exist It's not taught in our schools And yet here it is It's taught in our schools Because Terry mcauliffe is a is a disgusting slime ball liar According to the former viewed and photographed by the daily caller on Monday eligible parents must sign the non disclosure document to see the district's new curriculum which was created after the LCP paid nearly $8000 to become a licensed user Of something called second step programs a curriculum created by the Seattle based left leaning organization committee for children A limited preview of the curriculum was posted on the school districts website Parents are not allowed to broadcast download photograph or record in any manner whatsoever the curriculum and presentations are only allowed to be made in person Some of the curriculum is available in the districts website through downloadable files due to second steps copyright policy
Update on the latest sports
"AP sports I'm Josh Rowntree major league baseball's NLCS the Atlanta Braves now hold a two oh series lead Eddie Rosario singled home the winning run in the ninth inning to send the Braves past Los Angeles Dodgers five to four we're sorry you had four hits for Atlanta in the NFL the Arizona Cardinals remain the NFL's only unbeaten team and continue their best start since nineteen seventy four Kyler Murray tied a career high with four touchdown passes in the cardinals improved to six now with a thirty seven fourteen dismantling of the Browns also around the NFL on Sunday night football TJ white forced a strip sack of Seattle Seahawks starter Geno Smith in overtime as the Steelers moved to three and three on the year with a twenty three twenty when dak Prescott three thirty five yard touchdown pass to CeeDee lamb in overtime to give the cowboys a thirty five twenty nine victory over the patriots Aaron Rodgers passed for two touchdowns and ran for another in the Packers fifth straight win twenty four fourteen at Chicago the March Jackson threw for one hundred sixty seven yards and a touchdown while the ravens frustrated Justin Herbert in a thirty four six stifling of the Chargers I'm Josh Rowntree AP sports
Dak Prescott's heroics bail out Cowboys in OT win over Patriots
"Dak Prescott threw a thirty five yard touchdown pass to see the lamb in overtime giving the cowboys a thirty five twenty nine win over the patriots New England lead until Prescott engineered a forty yard drive that ended with Greg's airlines forty nine yard field goal that sent it into overtime the teams traded five scores in the final period three in the last two and a half minutes before Dallas be bill Belichick for the first time in their last six meetings Trayvon digs gave the cowboys a brief lead in the fourth quarter with the seventh interception of the season taking it forty two yards for a score I'm the ferry
'Combat Sports News & Clubb Bangerz (#7): Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder' ft. Clubber D the Combat G (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #27)
"Who who. Who will he choose. We are waiting with baited yes. It's minted baited breath. My friend take it away. I know everybody wants to know what is club. Radice pick who who is club or diga pick. Who does the combat she think will win the rubber match between tyson fury and deonte wilder. Who's gonna win before. I give my prediction. Let's see what led up to this so we all know about the first fight. It was a draw me personally. I thought wilder should one. That count was kinda slow. I kinda slow. The count was low and When weary with furious. I got floored he got up damn near one that round if wow they knock them down fear would win that fight. It was still close. It was a draw. Some people say if you're a one but because of that devastating knockout. Some people gave to wilder giving edge either way. It was a draw bill to the second fight. Second fight i mean fury swishes holtkamp. Camp up start training macron boxing with with with sugarhill legendary Transco for manual store recipes. You know saying nobody number legends in heart in hard hitters came out of a crop. Boxing up there in detroit but Gower sugarhill changes. Oh game playing math. Wilders ass out now louder has um you know a couple of excuses. He said here i. It was His suit was too heavy. But one actually address negro power engine recruiter table with attitude One should look like extra. Game of thrones. You chose look like that. So don't don't blame the suit. That was you buddy. So i said of the suit was actually twenty forty pounds in a long walk. look here you ain't demolition. You're not leaving the dum okay. If it was that bad maybe you should. Johnson arena around like us all awards going. I don't know but don't blame. Don't make excuses now. He fired mark zalin. His cornermen santa he always sabotage him and he did complain about the water and he was seeing double and it is a small conspiracy going right now because post fight. Fury refuses to the water. That that that they get. I speak fury refuse to take of the water that they gave him say that ten times. So you know at. I'm not gonna make excuses feerick. And what a great game plan came and heavier presa action. He is the best now with all those who i'd say He is the best boxer wade been. You might be a little bit of pure boxer but fury his ass goes bad and he really like the black olive oil like he's wilder. Didn't look prepared the second fight now here. We go third fight. Fury tried to skip him. Go straight to the anthony joshua so we can get undisputed. You know it was in the clause that water got a rematch. There was gonna be a rubber match if you wanna wait. Try to breach contract. Go fight josh. What they already had date they wanna fight. Wembley but there's issue with that because that's a fury does not have a license to fight in the uk. His has been suspended since he beats klitschko. Okay he tests positive for. Pd's for pets you know. He hasn't he doesn't have a license in in the uk. Now he can always get reinstated. He can call the queen he can call each elbow. He can call painting a bear. Maybe even danger mouse's somebody may wanna spice. Maybe they can help you know they could try license back into austin powers is helping trying to help out with that but you know. I don't know what happened. But he can't find the uk right now hasn't for years and he doesn't want them to go through investigation because the former that he bought the lamb meat from the contaminated lamb equal. That's kind of our special
Every Founding Father Said You Cannot Have Liberty Without Virtue
"And this is in my book read discovering americanism I would argue that the three most important books I ever wrote American Marxism liberty and tyranny and rediscovering americanism Rediscovering americanism being the heaviest He explained in his book and I quote liberty in short can not be discussed in the abstract As if it were totally independent of public virtue and the framework of institutions John Adams knowledge that freedom is a delicate plant that even watering it with the blood of martyrs is dubious nutriment Impels them to outline a practical system for liberty under law Liberty must be under law There is no satisfactory alternative The liberty without law endures so long as a lamb among wolves Even the compass of civil laws does not sufficiently hedge liberty about Under cover of the best laws imaginable freedom may still be infringed If virtue is lacking Damn near every founding father said you can not have liberty without virtually Kirk says what sort of government then will stimulate the indispensable private and public virtue comprehended in the golden rule And the answer of course is a constitutional republic that's on
"lamb" Discussed on Baby-Led Weaning Made Easy
"The day and today's tip is about selecting lamb. I'm convinced that the easiest way to do lamb for babies safely is to do a lamb roast. I actually now skip the stew meat. I used to say do stew meat or do roast but in this episode. I'm going to explain why. I think lambros are actually the safest way to offer lamb meat. Four babies who are starting baby led weaning and then exactly how to prepare it. So in the event that you've never made a lamb roast which most of us may be having you can do this easily and safely for your baby plus a ton. Leftover that the rest of your family can enjoy so hang tight. I'm gonna be walking you through those exact steps and a couple of different ways to make lamb safe for baby led weaning. Now you might be wondering why lamb. What's the fixation on lamb. While in two thousand sixteen. I created the hundred first foods. Approach to starting solid foods with baby led weaning. I was actually doing. Baby led weaning with my baby quadruplets. They tried a hundred different foods by the time they turn one. I turned that whole hundred first foods. Approach into a formal method was tweaking. It over the following month and then when the quads were eighteen months old i had another set of multiple so baby twins and when my twins gus in hannah hit six months. I was using my brand new instagram account. Baby lead wing team to really refine the hundred first foods program as well as to document gus in hannah's hundred first foods journey. I actually started that. Instagram baby lead weaned team to document. Just that gust. And hannah's hundred first foods with baby led weaning 'cause i didn't wanna spam my main family page with too much feeding stuff so at the beginning my family page was my big account and my baby led weaning. One was a little test. One and in a very short period of time the baby led weaning account took off and that became my big account accounting. That's all of my content is housed now for starting solids with baby led weaning and i think the reason why it really resonated with parents was because it took a real life look into what baby led weaning is and it's not all babies smashing lamb. It's really slow at first. And maybe your baby doesn't eat and it scared offer me but here's how you can. And here's the little winds. And from there. Just kind of snowballed so during the first week of gus enhanced first hundred foods. We do five new foods. A week in my five-step feeding framework so on monday. We do a new fruit on tuesday. Do a new vegetable on wednesday. We do a new start. Thursday we do a new protein food and friday. We do new challenge food. And that's the allergenic foods and the trickier textures and the more complex flavor profile foods. So back today four. That was going to be on thursday on sunday of each week. I always sit down and plan. What five new foods. My babies are going to eat. So i was looking at my hundred first foods. Listen it was looking at the protein category. And then i was looking in my freezer and i found a frozen lamb. Roast probably left over from easter. Gosh knows when. But i was like sweet. I don't have to go to the grocery store so i- defrosted. It made it and that was date. Four of what was the original hundred first foods content on my instagram. And then this idea of feeding lamb in week one of baby led weaning kind of stuck and now it's like this weird thing that i'm known for you of course could literally pick any meat to feed your baby. I actually do a lot of interviews on other people's podcast if it's about feeding they almost inevitably will ask what's up with doing lamb in week. One of baby led weaning. So it's just a little bit weird again. Your baby lots of different types of meat. But i'm gonna explain why i prefer lamb so before we get into the low down on lamb if you guys want to grab my hundred first foods list. That's the list of a hundred different foods at your babies can eat before they turn one. There's twenty different types of protein foods including lamb in the protein category. If you wanna grab that hundred first foods list. I give it away to everybody on my free online workshop that workshop is called baby led weaning for beginners. And it's all about how to get your baby to eat one hundred foods before turning one without you having to spoonfeed periods or by pouches. So if you want to sign up for this week's free workshop times just go to baby led weaning dot c. o. Ask yourself to the workshop and again everyone on the workshop gets a copy of that hundred first foods list and you can start knocking these foods out safely with your baby tomorrow so head over to baby led weaning dot co design it for the free workshop and get your hundred first foods list. So now for the lowdown on lamb. Let's start with why. Why do we wanna feed lamb okay. There's a lot of different reasons why we pick a variety of foods. If you guys have been learning about baby led weaning for any length of time you know that. There's research that shows that babies who are exposed to the greatest number of foods and flavours and tastes and textures early and often those are the babies who are more likely to be independent eaters and are less likely to be picky eaters so lots of reasons for variety we want babies to achieve diet diversity and will start with nutrition but not that it's more important than the other factors in. Why choose limb. i'm a dietitian. I like to start with nutrients and lamb is an iron rich food. It's got iron and it's got zinc and those are two minerals. We require them in very small amounts in our body but they're super duper important and babies need to start getting them from foods somewhere around the six month mark so all animal foods including meats like lamb contain iron and we know that the type of iron that's found in animal foods is more well absorbed by the human body than the iron found in plant foods and even though your baby is an actually eating a whole lot of lamb early on. I mean there's very minimal chewing and swallowing and digesting they're actually still is some iron transfer that occurs from even just sucking on the lam. So we want to get in the habit of offering high iron foods like lamb. And i say do it in a baby led weaning. It's good for you to get in that habit. It's good for your baby. To be start experiencing these foods so nutritionist. First reason why taste or flavor is the second reason why lamb is a unique new taste. I know was just helping my friend geneva who works with us. Her baby skylar turn six months of age. They live on a boat in san diego. We did a whole baby led weaning on a boat series actually interviewed uneven episode. One fifty nine was all about feeding your baby and small spaces and it was baby led weaning on a boat with geneva davidson and we did lamb on day four of baby led weenie and then unday five when we were doing her first allergenic food which was milk and we introduced that as low sodium homemade cottage cheese on milk day. She was like. I'm so sorry for this baby just stinks like lamm. Like the very pungent smell of lamb which some people love but it really is a strong flavored food and we want our babies to be exploring different flavors. So don't be afraid to offer strong. Flavored foods like lamm now. In addition to nutrition and the taste or flavor lamb has also a unique texture. Right we want babies to be experiencing different textures. Early and often periods are fine. There's nothing wrong. With periods generally do those the first couple of days of baby led weaning or not at all if you want to totally skip them and while period aren't important texture. For babies to master we also know the babies need to be exposed to lots of different textures and meet especially thought stringy strips of lamb served with lots of low-sodium juice are brought his wonderful texture. Experience for your baby now. Another reason why i love to surf. Lamb and in particular cooked soft strips of lamb. Rose is because they are the perfect size for your baby to pick up. Sometimes parents think they need to cut up food really small and that that would make it safer for to eat. That's actually not true. Cutting the food up very small actually increases the risk of choking early on in self eating not to mention that your baby who six months of age doesn't have their pincer grasp yet and so they can't even pick up the small fees so you've got to cut it longer and the lamb roast makes these nice long strips of meat that are soft and they're about the size of your adult pinkie finger so again. Why do we serve. Land nutrition reasons taste and flavour reasons texture reasons and because you can make it. The perfect size for baby led weaning now. When do we want offer baby lamb. Starting at six months of age plus when the is showing the other signs of readiness to feet. We don't want to do anything except breast milk or formula prior to six months of age. How do we serve lamb. I mentioned that roast lamb is my favorite way to do lamb. If you guys have an instant pot okay or if you even have a pot they live on it. You can do this. Can you a lot of you guys get instant pots. A lot of people register for they get it for a wedding gift or someone gives them one in. It sits in the box if you have a baby an instant pot in the box you're gonna put the two together and we're gonna use that instant pot to make a lamb roast he abaya lamb roast at the store. And it is a little bit on the pricey site. Depends where you live in some food. Cultures lamb is a food that is eaten regularly and it is not prohibitively expensive. It's a little on the pricier side. Where i live in san diego. I know the other day about a three and a half pound lamb roast and it was almost thirty dollars. I am not in the habit of buying thirty dollar cuts of meat for my baby. However it made like twenty five servings of lamb for the baby and even freeze them and use them in the future. Plus the rest of your family can enjoy them. So i think it's a good investment for a safe way to feed your baby lamb when it comes to lamb roast you can choose boneless or bone in. It really doesn't matter i. Just get whatever's cheaper. You need a pot a bunch of low-sodium brought they generally do about four cups of bras. The lowest sodium one you can find no added salt broth is the best you could also just to seasoned water. If you want we just avoid salt and sugar when seasoning but go crazy with all the other different flavors if you want and you put it in the instant pot or the slow cooker you cover it with all that broth and you cook it on high for ten hours in the slow cooking method you could also pressure. Cook it but kind of always pulverizes when i cook it. I'm not gonna pressure cooking. So i like the slow cooking method overnight and basically you cook it until the lamb is fork tender. That's about somewhere between eight to ten hours for three and a half pound rose usually do ten hours and save all the juice and all the broth. So what you do that. Take the big piece of meat out when it's done cooking. It should be fork tender meaning. It falls apart very easily with the fork. I remove the fat cap. And i make sure that i can shred that cooked lamb with my fingers. That is key. We do not serve solid strips of meat that we can't trade with our fingers to babies. That would be a huge choking hazard so if you can shred it nicely with your fingers you pull it into long strips about the size of your adult pinkie finger. I put a few of those drips two or three into an easy peasy suction bowl. And i put a lot of extra low-sodium juice or broth on top of it remember. It's the juice and the moisture that's going to help reduce choking risk. We don't want to serve any dry foods and particularly note dry protein foods to babies. Now pro tip here when you're doing a lamb roast. Don't brown it traditionally. If you're gonna make cameras for your family you would brown in order to kind of fear in the flavor and get that nice kind of crunchy brown outer part. We don't wanna do that for baby led weaning because we don't serve any crunchy or crispy or hard parts of the meat so we just skip the browning step all the meet ends up being really nice and soft and we can use more of it and waste less of it and i mentioned stu me and i'm not a huge fan of sumi stew. Meat can be very tough. if you cook it perfectly. You can low inflow make tender however you can also make tough and so i have had some good and then some not so great experiences with stew meat because it depends on what the size of the stew meat that you're starting out with is and if it's pre cut and is already smaller about the size of a golf ball were smaller because meet surprisingly is actually quite a high water content food when you cook it for a long period of time. If you don't have enough juice in there can actually dry the meat out and become very tough and very hard plus very small pieces that babies can't pick up so it's certainly not my favorite way to do lamb for babies. You could do ground. Lamb and a lot of families will start with that for ground lamb. I cook it the same way. I do ground beef and actually have a wonderful blog post for you guys if you want to check it out about five different recipes for how to serve ground. Beef for baby led weaning and you could adapt any of those to make those safe four serving ground lamb. And i'm going to link up that blog posts the five ground beef recipes for baby led weaning. I'll put that on the show notes for this episode which you can find a b. l. w. podcasts dot com forward slash. One six five. So you can do a roast. You can do stupid but it's not much you can do ground lamb. You could also puree any of those any cook lamb. If you add some breast milk or formula more that low-sodium broth get it. Nice and soft. Priyanti preloaded spoon. You can help your baby serve themselves feed themselves that lamb off of the spoon. We don't want to put any period foods on a spoon and then put it into the baby's mouth putting any object into the baby's mouth including spoon can be a choking hazard the spoon that i like to use for baby led weaning for doing period. Lamb on the preloaded spoon is called the tiny spoon. And that's from easy peasy. So if you go to the website. Easy peasy fun dot com. The tiny spoon was by their feeding expert. Don winkelmann she's been on the podcast a number of times. She's a speech language pathologist. She's created this beautiful spoon. That works perfectly for baby led weaning with lots of developmentally appropriate features. You can get ten percent off everything at easy peasy including the tiny spoons. They come in a two pack which is perfect. 'cause you load one up and then you get the second one backed up and then you kind of switch him back and forth as the baby's learning how to eat but my affiliate discount code at easy peasy is katie ten and that works for ten percent off. So how do you serve the lamb to babies. If you're doing the puree put it on the preloaded spoon. And let baby sell feet. If you're doing the strips of land put two or three strips of lamb that are about the size of your adult pinkie finger. Serve it with lots of broth. Put it into a suction bull. I like the tiny bowl and the mini bowl from easy peasy. Those are great for trying single new foods which you should be doing for the first few weeks of baby led weaning again that code katie ten works for ten percent off at easy peasy that tiny bowl the mini bowl. The tiny spoons. Great for trialing lamb for babies you can also make a relief thinned out lamb puree and put it in the tiny cup. That's the open cup. That easy peasy makes don also designed a great way to practice. those open. cup skills is actually to work with a puree and babies love trying strong flavor periods. Like lamm so there. You have it lots of ways that you can safely. Serve your baby lamb if you wanna check out some of the recipes or the different products that i mentioned in this episode. A link them on the show notes which you can find at be l. w. podcasts dot com forward slash. One six five. And if you got the guts to try lamb with your baby this week take a picture or video tag me on instagram. At baby lead. Lean team i love to see all your little lamb loving babies. Thanks so much for listening enough the next time..
"lamb" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside
"When she till my wife so when you allowing yourself process to the suppressing it now you had the capacity to respond instead of reacting to situations that are coming your way and so we we start with. We never meditate in a comfortable position. Because again it's a war going on with your soul. Your soul wants everything Peaceful and is self serving. Okay like a lot of people want to be mentally strong but the problem is the minds. Goal is to protect you. But that's not always what's the best decision in every moment. That's where like complacency and things like that or running occasional away environment guy has a knife and my wife. I don't wanna be protected. I want to protect her shore. Yeah yeah and that's the extreme. You have another one where a coworker may keep taking credit for. Something you're doing and they're getting pay raise but you're too scared to stand up to them. That's another thing you have to deal with so imagine being able to take so. Let me go back. The reason we're in an uncomfortable position is to check the soul. So don't get in a position where it's hurting you but where you start feeling man. This is not very comfortable sitting on my legs folded. Because i'm not very flexible So you till your soda saying man come about it voices. We hear this is stupid. You don't believe in this stuff anywhere you rebuke that. Say this will not kill me. I need to ways this war right now within so that can deal with around me. You will sit steel and you sit there next thing. You know you get past that. That's gone now you allowing everything to come in for me. People you people so tired of religion. Okay that's that's one of the big issues. People who talk it looked apart. But you don't see any fruit of the labor okay. That's the biggest s. y. s. A whole another topic. So for me when i pray to the most high god i do not say what i want. Ask was helping leave. So for me incorporate prayer my meditation it allows it to be a conversation Could you imagine we as parents are boys. Our doors keep coming us asking for advice and help and what they do as soon as we say. Hey they run away leave. Do this is confusing exactly. Yeah so it's religious is a habit it looks spiritual but there's no relationship. What is the comeback. Keep going anyway so once you get to the reflection you gabe to release it casting away everything. That's too heavy for you to deal with because you can't solve nothing sleep it beneficiary nine to be concerned about anything and i have a saying worrying only affects your health and as an negative way. It doesn't benefit you at all. Do you think though. I want to push back on that a little bitty think and maybe you wouldn't call it worrying but i think i'll just say worrying worrying about some things will lead to productive results if you allow it to so now is a big difference between being concerned and worried. Got it okay. Two completely different words absolutely. You'd better be concerned about some serious issues. There will be no change as we alluded to earlier. There is no anger if there is no concern. What made you may live is cool. Man enjoyed no i. That's extreme that you were talking about before we wouldn't be angry. Lamb mole man tease school. Yeah no no no. We don't desks not comprehensive man. I'm not saying that it at all. What i'm saying is if i have to go to sleep me being concerned about getting a permit for building the train my boys in is meaningless. I didn't say worry. I said being concerned because the most important thing at that moment. When i'm sitting down getting ready for bed is to make sure i can release everything so that i can reset and rest. God not be concerned while i'm sleeping now. Must sleep is not pure so you hundred percent right man. No i said worrying specifically when you wake up practices same thing release. Make sure you're good and now this pick this concern backup so that we can have find a solution for it. So you have a refresh. Reflect release reset reset and then rest and then rest so those three. Allow me to rest. Whether i'm in my bed with i'm here like just say if i was nervous before this interview i would practice shellac all the time. I'm sitting on his couch waiting for you to set up I'm reflecting on. Why am i nervous. I fear may not sound good. I don't articulate the message. Well have you done so before I can't remember when i really messed up. And if i do is 'cause speakers remorse and that's normal. So why are you saying anything. Why are you nervous. I shouldn't be nervous released. That interesting now can reset. And i can live fully in this moment because none of that. That was there is visiting me now. Yeah i that's a good point. Because i found that when i get nervous about things. Let's say this podcast. You're going to speak in public or any number of things that could be. It's usually some external external factor. That really isn't within my control anyways. Like what will people think of me and what am going to look okay. And and what i found is if i just focus more on the actual importance of it so for example if i get nervous before we're gonna do this podcast. What will the guy's name. No i you know. All i care about is having a conversation i can with you so that we can serve the mission and move it forward period end a story and discussion and the worry seems to melt away. The you go you living in the moment you know one of my structures told me i don't know who isn't a little nervous before public speaking He says when you're seated at the table you know how if you had a convention or whatever they start reading your bio and all of that. He says. Stay at the table. Don't put yourself on stage and you're not there when they call you up. Stay in each step. It takes to get to the stage known. Need to be nervous about what you're going to do when you get there when you arrived to the podium. Stay in that moment. Look at the crowd. Be thankful that people are there to even hear you live in that moment and then when you speak you will be free to live in that moment if i feared mac and anxiety of being at the table guy looking around anxiety and every step going to the podium anxiety looking at the podium. Getting your nose together..
John Zmirak Loves Eric's New Book
"Some talking to john's mirror and it's really really really depressing. John do we talk about something positive for for change. Sure how about the best book. I've read this year. And you just have a new eric. I'm the author get get outta here avalon. All you know. I do not flatter. Because i don't care what they think and your mum that list of people i just i don't care enough to flatter europe or the book is just actually good. If it sucks. I would not i tell you in an email but i wouldn't tell you on the air but this book is atheism dead is fantastic and i wanted to describe it to people. I purposely took this book with me. E book version to a greek restaurant in in dallas. That i take you to. When you're in town cost is cafe. Wonderful cafe on greenville. Very authentic When i was once reading your book stared the waiter comes up and says the author is greek. And i said yes. And he's a friend of mine and he eats here sometimes he said go tell telling to say hello next time. He is in restaurants. And i'm reading his atheism de kostas cafe and i realized that your book is like the athenian combo on the on the menu. Where it's not just lamb chops. It's also shrimp scampi. And it's also an order souvlaki. It has a huge filed. Three different wonderful thing. You get all of that for the low low low low low price of fourteen ninety seven if you go to eric. Metaxas dot com. It's supposed to be a thirty dollar book. Four hundred plus pages. And you're telling me and i know this is true. It's basically three books in one. I mean i'm not joking like it is. It's weird right. It is three short books in one. It really you should have sold them separately and now seldom together in a special authors anyway. Three books in one the first one is a fantastic book on intelligent design and how physics and biology and cosmetology and chemistry and chemistry are all pointing towards the fact that life could not exist. An orderly universe couldn't exist certainly advanced life and then human conscious life. None of these things can be explained by the quaint victorian nineteenth century superstition of random chance. Darwinism and survival. Of the i mean and that's putting it very mildly and i oftentimes when i'm writing my books. I established myself because i discovered things. I think. It can't possibly be this dramatically true. So i think when people read the book they will be
Light at the End of the Tunnelfor Air Travel?
"While they have been quite a lot of new developments over the past fortnight in terms of international travel some bad but also some good in summary getting back to australia over the next couple of months unfortunately looks like it could be hotter than ever but this finally light at the end of the tunnel with talk now of opening up. Australia's international borders at least for some states by the end of this year. There's been a lot to take in so joining me now. To dissect it all is travel agent and regular guest on this podcast. Allan lamb from netwave. Trevor woke mellon so back in july listeners. Might remember the sterling government javier. The number of passengers allowed to arrive each week into each of the different states and so the arrival caps before july would there were three thousand spots a week into sydney melbourne and brisbane with age taking in one thousand people and perth and adelaide were taking in five hundred thirty passengers. H week bought from july when the government half those caps that reduced And the so. The number of passengers allowed to come in on commercial. Flights into sydney was leave. One thousand five hundred a week. Melbourne brisbane dropped down to five hundred passengers. Awake and perth adelaide. Down to only two hundred sixty five eighty per week. The impact of that was already quite devastating but that was only supposed to be until the end of august. Sadly last week the australian government extended those halved arrived caps until now the end of october and that in fact they didn't even have the courtesy of announcing this publicly. What they did is they just informed the airlines and the airlines have now had to stop dumping twenty seven thousand. People in total of flights. Were booked on over the next two months ellen. What does this mean overall in terms of flights to australia. Unfortunately we've seen a lot of flights get canceled. Four raza timber and in some cases. The of started cancelling fraud type as well as even that reduction kept now in places where the toyota That means that a little flat to being played cancelled and the can't cancelled innocence operating That means is. I know your passengers being carried and the cap is now low at two hundred sixty five seeing some of these carry about ten passengers and often the majority of these business plus fortunately with adelaide is not as many airlines flying in. So because it's mainly qatar airways flying they tend to be taking a hard number sir about thirty forty passes per week into add
Congressman Darrell Issa on the Californian Families Trapped in Afghanistan
"These are american children. Afghan families went home for a family. Reunion would trapped wherever they were. And you're trying to get them back. Can you give us a little taste. A little flavor. How chaotic is it. How hard is it to track down and get these children. To safety congressman. Well literally this particular group and some of them were. Us born some were born in afghanistan but these children and their parents all were part of earlier. Resettlements of people that have helped us early in the war And they they were back as many people do go for this summer The state department did not know where they were. We were able to get in touch with them through of all things Facebook and then using whatsapp and And little by little we were able to inform the state department where they were and with dod assistance and much more dod than state department Began the extraction process. But it is these people are are isolated. they're scared. The misinformation abounds but also In the case of every one of these families Telethon fighters came to the door asking questions and doing essentially a sense of who are you and what are you doing And coming through the house and you can imagine being Eleven or twelve year old girl And having a tele bound fighter wanting to know everything about you in hoping that your Your native tongue was good enough that they wouldn't realize that you've been living in america for most or all of your life and that's that's some of the trauma that these kids are facing in their families The taliban have made it clear. They're not letting afghans out after August thirty first and sebastian. American americans are still considered afghans if they come from there so these people are at risk of not getting out. Follow this man. Rapid rep darrel ice on twitter. Eissa dot house dot
Mark Lamb: Allowing Unvetted Afghan Refugees Into the US Is Extremely Dangerous
"Already know this. Special immigrant visas between january march. The state department denied eighty four percent of them eighty percent denied because the head kind of better. They had time to look for derogatory information various databases including now during the rush to load planes. Get people out there. The ministrations looking back removed them. That people so right now fill. The planes would do very little vetting and we'll handle it in the united states. This is extremely dangerous for national security. There are gonna be people come to this country to have been properly vetted and the advocates from looking for releasing detained. This is a very dangerous situation with the united states. right now by administration is not paying attention. This is a very very dangerous time for america. Let's talk to somebody who's trying to keep a safe. Actually from the people exploiting immigration system especially those coming across Open southern border. A good friend of america. I the sheriff for penile county in arizona. Sheriff mark lamb. Welcome back to the salem radio network as you showed us the signs the evidence of the smuggling when we were down there. Tell us how the events of just the last eight days impact what you'll trying to do. We've already had analysis that that afghans are going to exploit the southern route. Have you seen anything. Or what are you preparing for sheriff lamb. You know we always prepare for this. We've known that there's people from middle. East countries would say call high interest countries. Which would be iraq afghanistan iran. I talked to the sheriff in Yuma county and he told me they had seventeen the comment that have come to the sector this year alone out from those high interest countries. There's been people from ninety seven countries coming in through a coming in through these borders and so this is of high interest to always but now with what's happening in afghanistan. We are very concerned about this. You know why because we haven't presidency to build a secure southern border from those coming from the south american countries never other countries. Why would i have any faith that they can protect us from those coming from these high interest countries where terrorism where they breed terrorism.
"lamb" Discussed on Alchemy This
"To regress. Let's meet her out in the shower. I go to kospi for summer activities review corner reading about a half hour every day. A whole half hour an entire round up to a half hour twenty. Three minutes is pretty close with the five guys if you times best fresno world good fries good fries get a get a medium. That's enough for two people way enough. It's enough is enough for two people. Yeah try to cage his vice once big mistake. Oh you don't do it. don't do. I played golf once did you. Yeah that were lifetime or in my life yeah. It was about twelve years. Ago concludes the summer activities report. Yeah play a little chris. Anthony alvarado all spies. Please share any memory from a past. Summer my birthday is in august and When i was fifteen years old. I begged my dad to have a beach party. Not only that. I begged him for a brand new surfboard. When i was fifteen years old. I was about five to he. My dad is a good man. Worked hard as entire. Life does not have a bunch of disposable income yet he bought tents and multiple six foot subway sandwiches and bought me a surfboard that i never ever used and an everybody came and it was. It was a real success. Except that i think about that party a lot and i think my dad's he didn't have to do all that you know what i mean. Yeah fuck dude. What piece of shit i am. I mean you could send them money now you ask no no no no no no no That's the sweetest thing ever in house. Again it's jagged gonzales during a daring and hilarious wall. How's your august shaping. Up by august is shaping up quite nicely. It's august fourth and i'm already liking it. This is a this is a high high birthday birthday month. I just found out. It's chris chris his birthday. That's so exciting. It's my best friend. Jockey's birthday on the fourteenth. That's my sister's birthday on the fifteenth. Can i ask for more. Like what a fun celebration. Jamie's best friend jackie's on the nineteenth. I love that. And i love the her. Best friend's name is jackie. I really loved jackie's. Yeah yeah that's great. That's so exciting. Dan i love craig's craig's worst. Every every craig i know is only guy is named correct. Yep two years older important. Any other crags. You're the only craig i've ever met. Wow it's like a highlander thing. They have to kill each other. Get that dough bother putting it on the film watchers less. I now mr james heaney jewess joe. What's it gonna take to get you to ride. A horse again. Will the last time. I felt pretty foolish because i was surrounded by people that rode horses regularly. That we're family. And i was like i was like i like it. I'm doing it and they were just kind of walking with the horse next to me. Afterwards i felt like an idiot. I probably will never course again unless i if i book a role. I'll act like an adult. And i'll act like a cowboy can trust if you're booking like cowboy man in a cowboy movie. I can do that. You're acting out The oldest audition adage i've ever heard which is This roll calls horseback riding. Dear ride in the answer. Should always be anybody. Yes like a cowboy. More specifically i have a saddle in my trunk answer. We're looking for and last but too many apple pies for you. If you think i'm lease. It's joey greer dr duress. What's that thing that you imagine was in your closet as a youngster. Oh my gosh. I was just having this conversation so i meet with a group of people were like. It's a book club per say. Well we we did whatever brings a book but it's every all the every page is blank. There's nothing in the book mobile. Which would make you like. Is it a diary or or is it a counter. It's neither of the two and the it's it's interesting. You should try this. You have a book. It's got no pages. It has pages nothing. Nothing written on the page and like i wanna write something in there. But you don't want to doing is you're putting your memories on the page so you look at that page and then you think about the today and then that is on the page. Every time you go to that page like i remember january. Whatever but so so. We're all the patriot. If you're thinking about being a patron supporter you would get a chance to see the video of all of us checking our phones at ninety seconds and now. Let's do it show overseas from your listener emails or for patriot. Vip's diplomas patients reporter. See that exact video as i suggested. Please don't over the patron dot com slash alchemy. See would like a scene suggestion by email. Please please love uranium. Love to reply to them. Came for james to help me. With some of this and our new email address newish no longer new alchemy. This email jamila combats alchemy. My mom loves his part by the way she to that she decided she just told me she said it is a thing we do for ourselves. So it's nice to hear that anyone is enjoying it in my opinion. So thank you. Chris's mom also her handle cast hangs love you. Seen one comes from patron vip. Andy who wrote seems suggestion exclamation point. Hello again i hope you will consider this one. I finally saw the movie silence of the lambs. And they got me thinking. What if hollywood remade silence lends but this time for kids. Thanks for all the laughs. Thanks for all you guys do and take care and so we're going to throw it down into this ball pit here and And i think that it looks. It looks nice. I don't see what the problem is by getting so upset you. You don't see why the ball pit kids love being ball pits. Here's the thing it's it's less the kids me upset and more the parents because the lotion that's later thrown into the ballpit not para been free and these parents are really really concerned about what goes on their children again. Well i really okay. I don't know. 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"lamb" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress
"I'm not a door met on the radio. I say straight clean. But i basically live my life as a doormat. I've taken all kinds of harshness from others and not confronted them. Been the peacemaker. But that's a false peace. It's not a real peace and finally that person will break and cut you off and then you have the pain and the sadness of the loss ducking conflict does not bring peace. Peace comes as two people come and talk honestly about their feelings about what they want in jesus and then walk with one another allowing for the differences forgiving one another being compassionate with one another letting love cove cover over a multitude of sins but being straight as an arrow. This is what i believed. And i know today jesus is coming again and the wedding. Feast of the lamb is being prepared and i wanted to be at that table. I don't want anything in my heart. Or my life to stand in my way and block may from entering into the kingdom of jesus christ. So i'm not going to be a pleaser to win a person to support the broadcast. I'm not going to be a pleaser. I'm gonna to say it straight and honest and that in itself will lift up. Jesus christ and bring priests and hone glory to his name will cost his here. The harvest is on. Will you enter into the kingdom of jesus christ or will you just be able to enter into a worldly church and be kept out of the kingdom of heaven lord. I plead with you today. That you would take every ounce of pleasing nature from me that you would make me like jeremiah straight as an arrow proclaiming your word with joy and with tears for you are the almighty lord. Thank you for each. Who is listened. I pray that you have moved in their hearts and that you call them to righteousness today to to no longer run from conflict but to share honestly how they feel and what they believe about you. Jesus thank you my lord. I pray in your holy name amen. Well we're coming to the very end of the month and we're still several thousand dollars away from where we need to be to pay the radio bill if the holy spirit is prompting you to give would you. Would you write to me at the national prayer chapel post office box. Twenty three forty six woodbridge virginia. Two two one nine five. That's the national prayer chapel post office. Box twenty three forty six woodbridge virginia to one nine five could also go online. Thank you to all of those of you. Who written to me. Thank you to all of those who have given online. I am humbled by your generous response to the call of the holy spirit you can give online. You'll find podcast there. You'll find videos blogs pre today that you will settle in your heart that you're going to belong to jesus christ and that he alone is the one you will try to please that you will be honest with him and not lie to him that you will not pray for things that you don't really want that you will pour your heart out to him with integrity that you will be bold about jesus and bold in your prayers that you will not be denied because you believe in jesus christ and his promises are sure will my brother. My sister tomorrow will be day of prayer. He's coming jesus is coming. You get that normal. Life is over. So we're at the end of time and jesus is coming again. God bless you. I love you. I'll talk to you soon..
"lamb" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress
"And witness. So i'm coveting with you. I will not be pleaser on the air with you. And i will not be a pleaser in person. Will i be kind. Yes will i be gentle as i can be.
"lamb" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress
"I john chapter three beginning with verse. One you must take notice what sort of love the father has given to us so that we may be called children of god because of this the world does not know us since it knew him not beloved. Now we are children of god and it's not yet made known what we shall be but we know we know that if at any time he may be manifest we shall be like him because we shall see him as he is and everyone having this hope in him purifies himself. Just as that one is pure everyone doing the sin also continues doing the lawlessness. In fact this sin is lawlessness. And you know that the one was manifested so that he may take away our sins indeed. There's no sin in him do here. You can't be in sin and ingenious at the same time because no sin can enter into cheeses. Bur six everyone who continues remaining in him does not keep on sinning. Everyone's sinning has not seen him neither. Has he known him little children. You must not let anybody deceive you. The one continuing doing the righteousness is righteous just as that one is righteous the one continually doing the sin is out of the devil because the devil since from the beginning for this purpose the son of god was manifest that he might destroy the works of the devil everyone having been born out of god does not continue to sin because his c continues to remain in him and he is not able to keep on sinning because he's been born out of god. There's no desire in my heart to walk in any rebellion against jesus there used to be. I used to love things of darkness anymore. I hate them. They rankle my soul. My heart i want. Jesus i don't want the double a don't want the flush. I don't want the world i want. Jesus but and i'll be very frank with you today. I've been struggling with an issue for quite a number of years. And the lord is finally brought it home to me in a very powerful way when i come on the radio. I'm very unvarnished. I'm very straight unclean. I'm clear i confront sin one. I'm living in my regular life when i'm not on the air. I tend to be a person who just seeks peace. A person who frankly does not like conflict. I don't like to fight now. That sounds like a good thing and many times. It is a good thing. The problem comes when that becomes a pleasing nature. And i've gotten a lot of trouble for that. I have friends people that i have loved entrusted and then i come on the radio and i'm very honest and frank and open and they hear something much stronger on the radio than they heard from me personally and they become offended and they cut me off they break friendship they disappear one man even changed his phone number forbid his wife to ever call me or talk with me. Let us children's talk with me just utterly cut off. Why well part of what happens with pleasing is you try to avoid conflict but you can only avoid conflict so long and if the conflict is not dealt with it will finally come bursting out into the open and you'll have a street fight and then people will be broken so i've been a pleaser and the lord has been working with me on this now for some years. I no longer desire to be a pleaser for any person. I desire peace. I don't want war. I don't want conflict. But the one. I want peace with jesus and so as i look for his coming and i looked for the intimacy of the relationship with jesus i cannot be ashamed of him before people know if i hold back what i believe in what i know and what i think so as not to offend someone then i have to keep in my memory that i have not talked with this person about this less. They become angry and break the relationship. That's happened to me many times. I am absolutely committed to being the same person here on the radio that i am in my private personal life. I don't wanna have to memorize what. I say where i go. No i wanna be straight forward. Because jesus is coming again and i want to be passionate about. Jesus please hear me as i say this and understand. Don't be offended but here may for what i'm saying. I treasure every one of you. Who gives to support this radio ministry. But i will not withhold from you the truth spoken to me by the holy spirit in order not to offend you so that you will continue giving to this ministry. I make a pledge with you. I will never do that..
"lamb" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress
"There's that wonderful passage. Second peter second. Peter begin reading in the third chapter adverse but the day of the lord will come as a thief in the night in which the heavens will pass away with a roar and the elements being burned up will be destroyed both the earth and the works in it will be consumed by fire consequently all these things being destroyed. What kind of people you to be in holy conduct and godly acts expecting eagerly desiring the arrival of the day of god because of which the heavens being on fire will be destroyed and the elements being burned up our melted but according to his promise we expect a new heaven and earth in which righteousness dwells therefore beloved while expecting these things. You must make every effort to be found by him in peace spotless. And blameless in fact you must regard the the patience of our laura's for salvation even as our own beloved brother paul according to the wisdom having been given him wrote to you has also in his letter speaking in them concerning these things in which are something's hard to understand which things the ignorant and the unstable twist so also other scriptures to their own destruction. What's referring to the same thing jude was talking about. They were all concerned about this. Anti communism the anti law the anti righteousness sinning christian. It's such a detestable ugly. Heresy against the blood of jesus. Christ verse seventeen you therefore beloved knowing beforehand. You must guard yourselves less. That having been led away by the air of the lawless. Ones the sending christian ones. You may fall from your own steadfastness now. You must grow in grace and knowledge of our lord and our savior. Jesus christ to him be the glory both now to the day of eternity. Now there's a passage in first john. I want to read that for you as well. I john and it's the third chapter. Are you enjoying just listening to these incredible scriptures about jesus coming in the clouds of glory..
"lamb" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress
"Burr. Six and i heard as it were a voice of a great multitude and as a sound of many waters and as sound of mighty thundering saying how luhya for the lord god the almighty rained and we rejoice and we will give the glory to him for the wedding of the lamb has come and his bride kept herself in readiness and it was given to her that she may close herself with fine linen. Bright and clean impure because the fine linen garment is the righteous state of the holy ones. That's what we're going to say. We're going to say how i want to go to john. Fourteen i'll begin reading with verse one. Your heart must not be troubled. You must believe in god and you must believe in me. There are many dwelling places in my father's house. If we're not as i told you i'm going to prepare a place for you. Even if i may go and prepare a place for you. I am coming again and i will take you to myself that where i am. You may also be and you know where i'm going and you know the way. Thomas said to him lord. We don't know where you're going. And how are we to be able to know the way. Jesus said i am the way and the truth and the life and no one comes to the father except through me and then over here the book of matthew matthew. The twenty four th chapter. I'll begin reading at verse thirty two now. You must learn this parable from the fig tree when already its branches may be made tender and the leaves may put forth. You know that the summer is near so also you when you may see all these things you must understand that it is near at the door. Truly i say to you. This very generation may by no means pass away until all these things have happened. What generation the generation my generation that saw the jewish people returned israel. That was the starting block for the coming. Of jesus christ and we are witnessing now tremendous fulfillment of prophecy throughout the earth. Some of it terrifying. We're watching. America turned from a democracy into a dictatorship. We're seeing the freedoms stolen away. People will no longer be allowed to fly on airplanes or travel on trains. If they don't have a vaccination but they've committed no crime. They're not sick. This is what tyranny is called. This is what germany under hitler became. We're seeing it repeated now. Verse thirty five. The heavens and the earth will pass away but my words may by no means pass away now about the day and the hour. No one knows not even the angels of the heavens except the father only but just as the days of noah were so it will be at the coming of the son of man for as they were in the days before the flood eating and drinking marrying and giving in marriage until that day no entered into the ark and they knew not until the flood came and swept away every person so also will be. The coming of the son of man at that time to men will be in the field. The one is taken and the other is left to our grinding at the mill one is taken and the other is left so you must keep on being watchful because you do not know at what hour your lord is coming. I can tell you is coming. Expect him in my lifetime. I expect him today. Jesus is coming. There is absolutely no prophetic reason for why jesus cannot come today. We're right there at the door. it's all been fulfilled. Now there are events that are going to transpire. After jesus cracks open the sky and comes in glory with the trumpet call and the dead in christ are raised. It's coming now. i wanna read another scripture for you. I corinthians first corinthians. I'm going to begin reading chapter fifteen fifty. Now this i save brother and that flesh and blood cannot inherit the kingdom of god nor does the corruptible inherit the incorruptible attention. I'm telling you a mystery. We will not all sleep but we will. All be changed in a moment in the twinkling of an eye at the last trumpet for the trumpet will sound and the dead will be raised incorruptible and we will be changed for this. Corruptible must put on in corruption and this mortal bus put on holiday but when this corruptible may put on in corruption and this mortal may put on immorality immortality. Then we'll be brought to pass the word. having been written. Death is swallowed up in victory. Oh death where is your sting. O- haiti's where is your victory now. The sting of death is sin and the power of sin is in the law but thanks be to god the one giving us the victory through our lord. Jesus christ so my beloved brother you must be steadfast immovable. Always bounding in the work of the lord knowing that your labor is not in vain in the lord..
"lamb" Discussed on Pop Culturing
"Four. That's what i was gonna say. He ranks number one. Diehard dude was number one hundred gruber gruber is not even in the top. Ten on gruber is bubby else. You gotta do die. Hard to bubby we. You know who it's going to be as voldemort has got to be one thousand. Baltimore is not in the list. Number two is norman bates psycho three. Let me guess one. Sure michael myers. Michael myers is not on that list. Nope keep reading them. I have no darth vader number. Three the wicked witch of the west. Four nurse nurse ratchet number five. Mrs mr potter. And it's a wonderful. the worst. The worst study best causes all the problem. He's a he's a problem creators what he is alex. Forrest number seven attraction phyllis from double indemnity from nineteen forty four ryan mcneil the exorcist nineteen seventy-three. Whoever that reagan reagan era and then last the last one at least queen snow white. The seven dwarfs number ten. That's a really old list. Just because i was listening to they were talking about Gone girl mamie was one of the top villains. Now also volt amore. Where's he he's like one of the most flaked out all time. Where's jason worst freddy. Krueger's chumps all. I take those guys on with one hand tied behind my back. I think you should guns to russell in highschool sweetie. Don't you been shot like a billion times. You think you can take them. And jason already died and came back. And freddie will get you in your dreams. Heroes one through a swedish favourite. atticus finch number one indiana jones number. Two james bond number. Three rick blaine casablanca auto. Yeah yeah yeah. Will cain from high noon. Nineteen fifty two claris number six. She should be number. Rocky balboa number seven us l. in ripley what she from alien period. Good george bailey. It's a wonderful life. And last at least t lawrence from lawrence of arabia Those are so old school. They are them updated. Luke skywalker what about iota. What about what about java what about iota. What's his last name or ghana lamb or is it late or ghana or lay of or ghana. Oh maybe a is it skywalker. Its last skywalker. She's anti eicher renames herself. Rice skywalker because of lucan lay right salads lamps or the scariest movies of all time. Well i will say this. It's it is a well done. Well done psychological throat. What are we gonna do next. So much We are gonna do You and i are gonna do framing britney spears right credit departure from silence land but it's contemporary. It's it's now current current that's looking for. It's now how come back for another one. Okay thank you cameron. I'm so glad you joined us. You're very good at popol sharing. Thank you keep trucking. Everybody thanks for listening. Everyone remembered to subscribe to the podcast. You never miss an episode and feel free to leave us a five star review on itunes. It helps people find us. Also subscribe doors then parenting radio podcast where we discussed self-awareness in mindfulness sharing the latest research and pop culture. We're on our ninth year but there's still always something new to discuss. Do want more than parenting checkout third podcast otherwise known as teams one of our team members described it as an advice. Column needs. group helped meets like-minded community. With your twenty five dollars subscription you get to lives and talks with an opportunity to ask us live questions plus facebook community where you can interact or just listen to like minded parents. If you can't join us live you can still access all design talks through the teams and podcast app interested in inviting to speak at your conference or organization go does then parenting radio dot com and submit a speaker request. While you're there check out our upcoming events or you can purchase one of my three bucks. Ever shot be amazon. You can help us out by first. Going through the amazon link under the support. Us link on our homepage. It doesn't cost anything you but we get a small commission from amazon and guys. I have a one on one. Coaching practices called coaching. For guys. you want to achieve a better work-life balance or defend your relationship with loved ones. We can talk in person phone. Facetime you choose. Finally i want to give a special thanks to our founding partner. Jeremy grabbed his head of beauty. Company has avid. He do painting remodeling throughout the chicago area. Go to avid co dot. Net a mccall at six three zero nine five six eight thousand nine hundred. Thanks for all your love and support and keep on truckin..
"lamb" Discussed on Pop Culturing
"Anthony hopkins onset avenue when i had kind of a strange relationship in the film. We only got meet once for the film started which was a table reading in the city. I had gotten there early. Nobody was there. So i talked on the phone and i did some stuff and by the time i came back. Everybody was sitting at the table and they were like okay. Let's start so. I never got to talk to and we did a table reading of the entire movie and he scared me to death. I got really scared. And he was really ominous. And so i couldn't talk to him after that. We all kind of went our separate ways. I never saw him again. And then we started shooting and we do one person side one day and then the next day we do the other person and a lot of it was also direct camera so we didn't get to look at each other even so there were few moments on the film would have that where you're drinking coffee and you're there and and i would kind of site left him and i go go. Girl's body donna. West virginia right. I thought it was kinda cool. They actually go on to say. And i can't find the clip where i think after the movie was wrapped. They had some time to spend with one. Another and tony hopkins. Like i was terrified of you because she wanted academy awards and jodi foster like terrified me. I'm the fbi agent playing this role canada. Yeah you're the cannibal. But you could see. Be totally intimidated by jodie. Foster thing is. I think we have to remember that anthony hopkins at this point was not anthony hopkins. He was he was he had had roles but heat. Now we know him as sir anthony hopkins but so he. I read the same thing that he was like. There's this woman. She's an amazing actress. Everybody in america loves her and so he was. You know nervous to act with her actually really surprises me. That they didn't meet. Because i don't know wasn't the thing back then but when you have like that relationship kinda like made the entire village that was really important and usually you would have a chemistry read. Am i wrong. Maybe because of the way. John jonathan demme plan to shoot it the fact that you heard her say that they would focus on her one day and then him the next day so while we're watching the movie thinking they're staring at each other they never really were now. They obviously had a few scenes when he was in the cage in tennessee and then when she he calls her back. After migs were they are face to face but those are very few scenes. Okay win the first meeting when we just like at one half half like was he not like right. They are camera doesn't like i. I think that it's better when it's just back and forth it's like easier to make the conversation seem more normal and it's normal as talking to a cannibal can be i guess authentic. We all want to talk to you. I know authentic so. Let's pivot over to lane buffalo bill. Yeah he's pretty freaky. So i have all sorts of things about buffalo bill so i want to say. Ted levine. the actor is he really. I was kinda reading an article. It just so happened. In article in rolling stone came out two days ago about silence of the lambs because of the thirtieth anniversary he really. He wanted this role and he fought for this role. And as you guys may predict he had a kind of a hard time getting roles afterwards because he everybody kind of identified him with buffalo bill. he wasn't heat. He was in some other major movies but it does. That's a hard thing to break out of what i'll say about his like. He had a lot of ideas that he brought to buffalo. Bill and i know that buffalo bill was based on ted bundy. Ed get three different weather guys. I never heard of were awful human beings so basically like the scene where he when he first meets catherine martin and he's got a cast on his arm and he's got the van with the. That's totally ted bundy. Ted bundy's to do. But the other things like skinning the women that was another series ca- malcolm a bunch of serial killers I will i wanna talk about probably the thing. That's kind of been the most criticized about silence of the lambs is his depiction of and i'm using this language on purpose. Because it's what's used in the movie as a transsexual character. That at the time. And i think continuing to this day it's getting much better but a lot of times characters who maybe their gender identification wasn't clear or even their sexuality wasn't clear like basic instinct roxie or you know that for those of you who have seen it that they often either were the dying early more. They were murderers and so the lgbtq community was not super psyched with having somebody and again. I'm putting sneer quotes transsexual which we now know is transgender Again i know even within that word. There's a lot of different ways to identify. So i just wanna be clear but what they say in the movie and what jonathan demme consi- continued to say but this was also written into the book and the script. It and i'll just quote doctor lector. He says to cleary's our billy wasn't born a criminal flurries. He was made one through years of systemic abuse. Billy hates his own identity. You see and he thinks that makes him a transsexual but his pathology is a thousand times. More savage and more terrifying. What jonathan demme explained. Was that buffalo. Bill wasn't a gay character nor was he necessarily transgender. He was tormented man. He hated himself and he wished he was a woman because that would have kept him away from himself. It would have taken him as far away from who he was as possible. And so now historically the character the actors and actresses especially like Jodie foster is a gay woman herself. They have said that again. The language that was used was not great and that they could see the pattern of characters not being represented in a fair way but the movie is trying to say he really wasn't translate. It wasn't trying to put him as the bad guy because he was transgender lake. Route wasn't even in the equation. And i have a. I have a clip of the there people protesting outside theaters and all that and i had a little clip on. I think jonathan demme talking about that very thing. The interesting thing about that is that we were being picketed. Our film sort of that lumped in with basic instinct. Were they Some of them. More activist groups really that it portrayed. A gay character is being psychopathic and that audiences would be confused into believing that you know if you were gay or transgender. That must mean you're a serial killer son. Maybe you can help you i can. There's no real suggested. As far as i'm concerned of gay lifestyles in this guy. There is a mentioned earlier that in his youth jayme gum had hada homosexual relationship with one person and to me. I thought that click. He's tried everything now. He's trying to turn himself literally into a woman skinning women to put their skin on where the movie and that character tumbled into a tradition of negative gay stereotypes in movies and some individuals were quick to pounce on the character and an oversimplified way. But i think it has vanished from the legacy of the film because on further inspection. I think people really realize that that was kind of a superficial reading of the movie. And it's a film that will last forever. It's there's a timeless quality to it to the way it's shot to the way it's cast there's nothing trendy.
"lamb" Discussed on Pop Culturing
"Of these men over the the shorter woman. Remember the scene where to get on the elevator. And there's like nine guys behind her and she just steps into the elevator all by herself. What came to my mind was when they're doing the fbi training and they're having to turn with the pillow and a guy will hit a pillow and then she'll turn to somebody else and she's the only she has a best friend who's a woman but they are both in this situation where men are just pounding this pillow and there. She's like a foot shorter. She's holding her own but it's ten times harder for her for them. You don't have that strengthening what i've heard about punching is you have to be more strategic you have to throw your entire body behind you and not just your arm. It's just different and they're totally watching her while she's doing training like she can't get away from it and didn't really mention it. I mean he tried to make her uncomfortable a little bit but he'd never really seemed like he was interested in her that way. I don't think he sexualize. But the woman aspect right when she shows up he tells her what she smells like a member. He's like Not the way mixed us but he tells her the kind of perfume she wears and then she also he also comments on her shoes. He comments on what she's wearing So he so the woman aspect he wouldn't saw anton that with a man ya and so she has to learn it. So one of my favorite. It's a really quick moment but when they are going to do the autopsy on the girl who was pulled from the river and jack crawford wants clarisse to come. But then there's all these men county troopers or whatever it is. Jack is like he says to them. We need to go in another room. I'm not doing this this is not verbatim. But he's like we need to go into another room and they all look at her like we can't talk about such a thing in front of a woman and then they leave and all these cops are left to stare at her god. It's so uncomfortable. And then later when they're done. Jack says to them in says to clarissa car okay. Great victims victims skin removed. This time in two large sterling told us sheriff. We shouldn't talk in front of a woman. It really burn. You didn't. it was just smoke starling. I had to get rid of them matters. Miss crawford cops look at you to see had act matters or taken the money only one. That doesn't like crawford in this movie. You're not supposed to. He's fine nothing like he's not the worst of them. Obviously i mean there's the doctor and hannibal but he's none of the men are super likable. I don't think you're supposed. I don't think. I like the way that camera just said that. I don't think it's like they're trying to make him the villain by any means. But clarissa smarter than jack crawford and jack crawford really holds all the power writing But that moment is a bit redeeming for him because all she says it matters so when you do that they look to you to see how you should treat a woman it matters so at least that's really quick moment for thirty years ago. That's good Him like you'd think we'd come further but what else. What else is there to say. I mean in that scene. remember right after. I don't remember why. But he tells all the cops to leave and she has asked him three times to go before they actually listen and she did that on her own. She's i go home now. Goodbye we got this. And then they don't move. And i'm like oh. Is this going to be like really embarrassing. And then she's like go. She holds our own and she. You know at first seeing you know. They're all like getting ready for this autopsy in it first. She's really overwhelmed by it but she's able to do her work. I mean i think it's probably her first autopsy right you know. And what she sees but like the white powder under her nose. I know thought she was like i was kinda confused. Unlike which part she was just like. That's the way she talks him which part she was about to start crying totally well. That's jodie foster. And i do a quick jodie foster thing sugar so interestingly enough todd actually just watch taxi driver for the first time the other night but he and i have been talking about taxi driver because the rewatch ables one of my favorite podcasts. Just did taxi driver and one of the big parts of that. Movie is jodie foster. She's twelve years old. She plays a prostitute in the movie. Which is a big deal in itself. Having a young girl bubble ma for those of you who know the story. What ended up happening is sexy. Driver came out. john. Hinkley shot president reagan. And he said he did it to get the attention of jodie foster so what what happened after that. Is she kind of pulled away from acting for a while she. She stopped pretty much and went to yale and digital the more typical paths for a young woman and then when she came back to acting she did the accused that was like the first big role she did. Maybe she did a few others before. But the accused was the first starring role and she wanted an academy award for it and then the very next year was when silence of the lambs was casting and she wanted the part and it initially was going to go to show shell feifer. Because that's who jonathan demme thought would be good in it and she passed Because it's too violent and meg ryan passed. I the way i heard. It is one and jodie foster was too and you know what. I probably didn't read the right research and the way debt because this was demis words that i heard this morning he said when we knew michelle. Pfeiffer wasn't going to be the one he because jodi foster express interest knowing michelle pfeiffer was the number one and he's like i just wanna be your second choice in case it doesn't work out so after pfeiffer was out of the picture She went to meet him and he said the way that she just walked up to him. And i don't think she's being in character jodie foster's a fierce strong smart woman and he's like that's claris. Just the way she walked up to him was enough for him to say yes. This is your role so basically. She won the academy award for best actress in nineteen eighty nine for the accused and then won the academy award for in nineteen ninety-two for silence of the lambs. Good road that's like tom. Hanks thing that's like a philadelphia forrest. Gump she was actually nominated for best actress for taxi driver to donate nineteen seventy seven when she was twelve. Yeah wow so. The youngest was tatum. O'neal think she's even younger moon. Oh but she won so maybe she was in the youngest dominy. Jodie foster was also nominated for now. But i i didn't love now. Who's now now. Nelson's an interesting movie. Let's talk about that right now. Because i have other things i need to say. This is about jonathan demme. And how he direct when characters are talking to starling. They often talk directly to the camera. Correct now before. I move on. Obviously you guys notice that. What did you think of that. Style of filmmaking. Okay i'm seeing a lot of movies. It's not my favorite style. I like seeing like just two characters talking to each other. I don't like close ups on one face but it was very genius in the way it made me uncomfortable and like it me feel like every character was like somehow villain for a second like it made me like suspect clarisse like the first time. 'cause whenever you do that in a movie where they don't do that a lot like you think someone's up to something so it definitely set the tone for the movie so good when she is talking to them includes is talking to them. She's always looking slightly off camera director. Jonathan demme has explained that this was done so the audience would directly experience her point of view but not there's hence encouraging the audience to more readily identify with her. I don't know what else i got. part of. Jodie foster's deal for doing this movie. Was that orion pitchers would also allow her to direct a movie and she directed little man. Tate which i love i love. It was a great movie. And then last. But not least after jody cameron you'll relate to this little man tate She plays the mom and her sign is so aware of what's going on in the world like he so we could call it his i. Iq was high but really it was his e. q. And so he would see newspapers of like things going on in the world and it would make him so sick so he just had like. I think you have really a high q. Like that jimmy. And so i kind of feel like you could relate to that where you kind of have to put up a shield and be like. I can't take all this crap. So but yeah. That was a good movie. I don't think it got the kudos at Trying to think of. I'm trying to find the right spot. So this is about jodie. Foster and.
"lamb" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"Liberty fox dot org recording by shirley from volume on this tragedies of shakespeare considered with reference to their fitness for stage representation by charles lamb taking a term. The day in the abbey. I was struck with facts attitude of a figure which i do not remember to have seen before and which upon examination chris to be a whole length of the celebrated messy garrick. So i would not go. So far with some good catholics growed as to shut plays together out of consecrated ground yet i own i was not a little scandalized at the introduction of natural as in gestures into place set apart to reminders of the saddest realities going nearer i found inscribed under this hala configure the following lines to paint fan nature by default command. Her magic pencil in his glowing hund- shakespeare owes zen two expense fame. Widodo this breezing world. A gavin came so sunken. Does the forms oppo drew the actors. Genius them reason you so like the bard himself night they lay it more. Gary cole- them back. Today until eternity was power sublime chaumont moutoa of horry time. Shakespeare and garrick like twinstar shall shine and earth irradiated with the beam. Define it would be an insult to my readers in the standings to attempt anything like criticism on this year ago false thoughts and nonsense but reflection it let me into was kind of wonder how from the days of the actor here celebrate to our own. It should have been the fashion to complement every performance in his turn. Task luck to please the town in any of degrade characters of shakespeare with the notion of possessing a mod congenial with the payers. How people should come thus unaccountably confirmed the power of originating practical images called sections with the faculty of being able to read or recite the same when put into words nor hoarser. It is observable that we fall into this computer only and traumatic recitations. We never dreamed that gentleman who reads decreases of public with great applause. So therefore a great poet and philosopher find. Tom davis bookseller was recruited..
"lamb" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"Introductory note charles lamb seventeen seventy five to eighteen. Thirty four was born in the temple. London where his father was a clerk to one of the ventures he was a schoolmate of coleridge is at christ's hospital and shortly after leaving school. He entered the indian house on the staff of which he worked for thirty three years. He never married but lived with his sister mary. As or guardian on account of her inherited tendency to insanity is friends included. Besides coleridge wordsworth hunt has let saudi and many others and his letters as well as the works. He published reveal one of the most attractive personalities in literature lamb wrote a handful of poems marked by delicate sentiment and made some rather unsuccessful attempts at drama but his name rests on his essays the familiar essays on a great variety of subjects whimsical humorous graceful quaint the critical essays sensitive illuminating in the best sense appreciative. He did much for the revival of interest in the elizabethan drama and the essay on the tragedies of shakespeare is the most distinguished single piece of critical writing that came from his pen. The main thesis of the paper that the plays of shakespeare are less calculated for performance on a stage than those of almost any dramatist. Whatever is of course paradoxical but lambs method was not logical or philosophical as his friend coleridge is aimed at being his criticism as a frank expression of his personal feelings. It is in the proper sense impressionistic criticism and it gets its value from the quality and flavor of the authors taste and personality. It is us pure literature. The expression of the man himself rather than scientific analysis and in this branch of writing there is nothing in english more delightful..
"lamb" Discussed on The Leviathan Chronicles
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"lamb" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Hey welcome to short stuff. I'm Josh thanks. Chuck Mrs Short stuff we're talking about. You'll nursery rhyme pretty door -able in its nature that you may have heard of before. It's called Mary. Had a little lamb. Wait a minute was was this lamb's fleece as white as snow. It was and there was something remarkable about it in that wherever Mary Wet. The lamb went as well. It sounds like a stocker to me a little bit so this is pretty interesting in that. This is controversial. I mean this cute little nursery rhyme that every English. Speaking kid on the planet has heard at one time or another especially if you were raised in America. may have had number one a real life origin in number two. There are two towns in Massachusetts and New Hampshire where the local historical societies will fight each other with chains and brass knuckles if they run into one another in public. Yeah this is really interesting in Sterling Massachusetts If you go you're going to see a a little copper statue of a little lamb and it's Mary Sawyer's little lambs specifically which she brought to school in Eighteen. Fifteen yeah She was a little girl. Who In this? I guess we should say allegedly for all this stuff because they're saying that each other is wrong so allegedly. Mary say this little lamb nursed back to health overnight and over a few days the lamb got much better and then she was going to go to school one day and her brother Nat said. Who want you bring that lamb to school since you love it? So much much married. And she did. Bring the lamb to school Hiding it in a basket under her chair and at one point she stands up to take part in a recitation. Lesson and the lamb bleeds. The teacher laughs. She takes the lamb outside and kills it. No she takes a lamb outside and stores it in the shed but this caught the idea of a guy named or the eye of a guy named John Rolston. Yeah he was a an older boy who I guess was visiting the schoolhouse where all this took place. That day US on his way off to Harvard and he died shortly after of tuberculosis but before that he wrote a poem through several lines. This basically what everybody knows from. Mary had a little lamb Supposedly that night. He was so taken by this thing by. This event came back the next day on horseback and handed Mary the little poem he wrote for Her and Mary. Sawyer went on for the rest of her life as Mary. The girl with the little lamb that she'd nursed back to health and these the source of the famous nursery rhyme. Mary had a little lamb yet. And it's important to note that he wrote but three stanzas of that poem and I think he was just thought it was cute. I think it's an adorable story. That not only did she. Nurse Little Lamb and take it to school but this you know rising freshmen at Harvard was so smitten with this whole thing on his little visit to the school that he wrote a poem about it and then he died of tuberculosis later than that again. So he He so Jon Ralston and Mary. Sawyer are the source of inspiration and the the basis of that nursery rhyme. Mary had a little lamb. As far as sterling. Massachusetts is concerned. But if you Drive a little further north about ninety miles north in New Hampshire West New Hampshire. You come across the town of Newport You will get a totally different story that their their position is basically that Mary. Sawyer was allying old lady who lied her whole life and made up this fantastic tale. And that it was really Sarah Josefa Hale who was a native of Newport New Hampshire Who was very famous for setting up the first Thanksgiving in the United States Like as as as a national holiday. She's the one that made that happen That she's the one who wrote. Mary had a little lamb right. And I think we should take a break okay And before we do. I WANNA point out. The Josh did not Miss Speak. Her Middle Name was Josefa and not Joseph or Josephine. Yeah it just sounded a little funny and people might think. Why did Josh Spice that one up a little mustard on it? So we'll come back and explain more about her story. Where Henry Ford figures in right after this getting.
"lamb" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress
"Says I will be his God. He will be my son but the cowardly the unbelieving the vile the murders the sexually immoral those who practice magic arts the idolaters and all liars their place will be in the fiery lake of burning sulfur. This is the second death in order to mazes me so many of us parents read and allowed your children to read. Rowling's books Harry Potter. It says here that those who enter into those magic arts will not be allowed into heaven. The idolaters those who put this world ahead of seeking after juices those who put their work ahead of seeking after Jesus. They're not going to be allowed into heaven. And if you're a liar you won't enter heaven. Their place will be in the fiery leg of burning sulfur. This is the second death one of the seven. Angels who had the seven Bulls full of the seven? Last plagues came and he said to me. Come I'll show you the bride. The wife of the lamb and carried me away in the spirit to a mountain great and high and he showed me the holy city Jerusalem. Coming down out of heaven. From God it's shown like the glory of God and it's brilliance like data very precious jewel like a jasper clear as crystal literally. This is the home of the saints. They are the bride. They dwell in the city of God and they will dwell in that city with him. I know I'm going to have if my name is in the lamps of life. A place to live in that city in. My father's house are many rooms. If it were not so I would have told you if I go to prepare a place for you I will come again and take you unto myself. That he may be where I am but I also wouldn't have a country home. I'll need both. This was a gorgeous city. Many say it's about fifteen hundred. Miles cubed it's huge. It's GonNa take a huge new earth handle this huge new city. I was in Jerusalem with a a Jewish man who was my guide an older man well seasoned in the military. We were walking up the the Mount of Olives and I said to him without thinking. I said I'm going to live on this mountain. He turned with laughter and he said Pastor. You can't live on the Mount of Olives. No one is allowed to live here. I said Oh oh. You don't know the scriptures they tell us that Jesus is going to come here and he's GonNa step on this place and it's going to split into this going to be a place for me. He couldn't say anything. The walls two hundred feet high pearls single pearl for the gate streets of gold. There's no sun there that doesn't need a son or a moon to shine for the glory of God gives light. Jesus is it's lamp. It is the light the nations will walk by its light and the kings of the earth will bring their splendor into it a no day. Will it's gates? Ever be shut for there will be no night there. The glory and honor of the nations will be brought into it. This is going to be a civilization again on the earth but it's going to be a righteous civilization. The Angel should meet the river. The water of life is clear as crystal flowing from the throne of God. Lamb down the middle of the Great Street of the city on each side of the river stood the tree of Life Barre twelve crops of fruit yielding. Its fruit every month and the leaves of the city or for the healing of the nations. No longer will there be any curse the throne of God and the land will be in the city and his servants will serve him. They will see his face in his name will be on their foreheads. There will be no more night. They will not need the lag. Light of a lamp with the light of the Moon for the Lord will give them light and they will reign forever and ever the angel said to me. These words are trustworthy. True the Lord the God of the spirits of the prophet sent his angels to show his servants the things that must soon take place behold. I am coming soon. Blessed is he who keeps the words of the prophecy in this book and he told me. Do not seal up the words of this prophecy of this book because the time is near let him who was vile continued to be vile. Let Him who does right? Continue to do right and let him. Who is holy continue to be holy behold? I am coming soon. My reward is with me and I will give to everyone according to what he has done. Do you want to accuse Jesus of of legalism? I don't think so. Do you WANNA accuse Jesus of being unfair because he requires view complete righteousness and holiness please. Brothers and sisters. We've not even begun to understand what this means. Many of the old timers put such energy into searching after Jesus Jonathan Edwards John. Wesley and many others serve Jesus all of their life. They lead their lives down. Are you living a casual worldly life enjoying the pleasures of the world? The flesh and the devil thinking. Oh it doesn't matter if I go to this football game with the redskins. It doesn't matter if I go here. Go there or go to the theater and watch that movie or do this doesn't early madder or yes. It does matter because it stealing from you. The time and interest in energy that you need to use to search after Jesus and the Scriptures and pray and enter into ministry for the lost in the dying. This is not a casual deal. This is for for keeps. This is for keeps. This is not what my opinion is. Or what another man's opinion is he saying my reward is with me and I will give to everyone according to what he has done. And there's a time when probation closes I don't know when pro-bush probation will close neither to you. Let Him who does wrong. Continue to do wrong. Let Him who is vile continued to be vile. My brother's mother-in-law was blind with old age and she lived with him and this last week she fell and she broke her leg. She's now in hospice dying. Don't let that happen to you from falling to seek. Jesus now make your invitation shore to the wedding supper of the lamb. You've been listening to pilgrim's progress. I'm Ray Greenlee. God bless you my brother my sister I love you. I WanNa see you there. I WanNa meet you with the gate of Heaven. I'll talk to you soon. God bless you blame being the has is law? We Gray Judy try..
"lamb" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority
"Know there were times that I thought lamb looked great there were times his body control and ball tracking ability were leaked there were other times I didn't think it was he's a smooth guy I don't think he sought nor explosive that you'd ideally like to see I I know some people are comparing to the Andre Hopkins I personally don't see that maybe he becomes that D. as he develops I saw him more as kind of a movement receiver right now at Z. receiver the Z. receiver lines up off the ball you can go in motion yes maybe a slot receiver as well you know I think that he had spectacular individual plays where he showed great run after catch but I don't necessarily start saw him as a monster run after catch guy so I like them but I didn't necessarily love of all of all the offensive line prospects there's some very very good tackles any of those tackles that were you the main guy yeah tough first round guys Austin Jackson worries me is not strong enough yeah I would agree with that but he's super athletic in a union you know the program well I think you'll need some work I think you'll need so you would think that a school at USC has a really good weight room and you could you know work on that but I think he needs a weight room in the NFL but I think that when you look at the movement ability you go wow that's pretty darn good I'm really anxious to see Tristen worse his measurables at the combine were great but I don't think he plays tackle as athletic as he tested I think he's more is more of a corneal deficiency kind of player and then I wonder if some teams will look at him the way they look at Brandon sheriff coming out of Iowa and see him as a guard I don't know that but that's very possible yeah he looks like he's a guy that loves the weight room yeah yeah it was I think he was a champion high school wrestler he was he's a cornfield guide there's a quill deficiency to its place he doesn't play athletically he plays more with it with a kind of proficiency too and he's really good player I'm just I don't know he could be a guard all right not the last time we talked to Greg Cosell who is isolating but the good news for him he does that all the time and watches film now his isolations way more fun than a lot of our isolation Greg good talking to you thank god stay well all right coming up next the draft is just a couple of weeks away and coming up next I'm gonna go I'm gonna predict the over under draft spots for the top prospect legal higher or lower based on what I hear when I think that's coming up to her.