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Fresh update on "lamb" discussed on Pig & Whistle - Tales from Azeroth
"Get something different little reward so for the first or the second layer you get a pet for the full flag you get a toy for the six layer you get a title and for the eighth lamb you get amount and this amount is very specific or unique because it allows you to mount within the mole. That is the only mountain that you can use within the more itself now. There is an way to obtain this smell and it is in the mole is it is zone like so you've tested. I forget what it's cold as you can see it like physically and you progress like you face at nine emmys and then a big big boy was stolen Boy a forgotten what. It's cold to be honest them so things. But i'm sure it will come back later for eighteen throws i say really high numbers for my can. I'm seeing like fifty k. full moons. i'm seeing one hundred fifty k. star. Search i'm seeing. Big numbers is compared to something. Like i think max. I've got is about sixteen capable moon into ago so these numbers are quite substantially big and. It's not one shot in anything at so. It's not like killing the law. The buffs is far states. Very well scaled to me anyway but again you're not gonna get up affection with classes now. People said look like. I said a roux challenge to go through eighteen floors and is just to get this amount but the ice wide the mount is not just acceptable for them Togas as successful in the more and for i find it quite fun. It something just to do something to feel powerful. And it's like oh my these massive numbers in previous expansions they have done a level squish for shadowlands where characters now sixty max level all the numbers scam down to around about burning crusade. Eight numbers outside maybe rougher lich king numbers for some but you get about thirty kind. How did about three k. tps three full five k. dp seven on again. And.
Furious De Blasio terminates all New York City contracts with Trump after Capitol insurrection
"Well after the president's actions a week ago related to the insurrection of the capital, New York City, is canceling its contracts with the Trump organization. Our WCBS reporter. Rich Lamb is joining us now to tell us more about this so rich. What contracts is the city talking about? Linda Mayor de Blasio personally made the announcement that the city is canceled $17 million in deals, the Trump Organization had to operate to skating rinks and the carousel in Central Park. In addition, the city is also tearing up a deal. But the Trump organization to continue to run a city owned golf course at ferry Point in the Bronx. The mayor pointed out that under that contract, the Trump Organization is obligated to attract championship golf tournaments to the course. Blasio noted. The PGA has now said it won't allow any of their tournaments at Trump Organization golf courses, the mayor promised. The city is looking for new vendors to take over operation of the skating rinks, the carousel and the golf course. And rich. How would you describe the mayor's mindset in announcing the termination of these contracts fair to say he was pretty angry? Linda. Absolutely. The mayor continues to be furious about what happened at the Capitol, and he really let the president and his organizations have it today as he put it, his words, now the president of the United States directed a mob against the United States Capitol against the Congress while it was engaging in a constitutional, lawful electoral college vote count. Of lousy, a label that criminal and treasonous. Those were strong words, but the mayor did not leave it there. He went further. We are not going to do business with the Trump Organization. We're not going to do business with a criminal organization, he said. If I said to you, we should do business with the Mafia. You would say no. Unfortunately, at this point, the Trump organization said the mayor is just another organized crime organization, for my view, grew point. Then the mayor asked. Do you remember when he said he could walk down Fifth Avenue and shoot someone and get away with it? The Blasio concluded Well, he literally incited a riot and thinks he's going to get away with it. Well, he's not gonna get away with it, said the mayor. That's WCBS reporter Rich lamb. What the latest from Mayor de Blasio.
Fresh update on "lamb" discussed on Morning News with Hal Jay & Brian Estridge
"One of the chances it will never see you lead another team out of a tunnel. I don't believe that's going to happen to enjoy tonight. I don't believe I wanna coach again. Never say never, that was ever admire back in 2018 following the Rose Bowl. He was coaching in Ohio Steak and morning from our Mercedes Benz and playing a sports chest and Steve Lamb. Meyer stepped away from the game retired as a coach of the Buckeyes for what he said were health reasons. But after a couple years off, I guess he's okay. He's gonna see what it's like in the NFL after being hired by the Jacksonville Jaguars, a lot of money to coach a team that has nowhere to go but up. Ready. Good bet Kansas City is going back to the Super Bowl. There, the top seed out of the F C. Had last week off to get ready for their opponent that they'll face this weekend. They didn't know who it was yet, but They do now. They'll play on Sunday afternoon at home against the Cleveland Browns, Cleveland's quarterback is Baker Mayfield, Kansas City's quarterback spat trick My home. I mean, obviously, it's cool to get to play against him and such a big game in the playoffs or anything like that. It's gonna be special, and I mean he went to Oklahoma and Texas Tech, So he got the better of me and in college, so I'll try to do my best to win in the NFL homes in Mayfield meant the game back in 2016 and logic when Texas Tech was hosting Oklahoma. Sooner, survived by winning 66 to 59 just saw a tweet from former Dallas Cowboys head coach Wade Phillips. He simply says. I'm ready to retire from retirement. I am ready and available. Let's win. Wait. Look into, uh, me coaching again somewhere. We'll see if that happened the night that you look at sports. I'm Steve Lamb..
FBI report warned of "war" at Capitol a day before fatal riot
"Next guest is reporting in the washington. Post that the day before the attack on the capital. An fbi office in virginia issued a warning about plans for a war at the capitol a war prior to this reporting in the washington post. The fbi claimed that it had no indication at all. The riot was planned. Washington post reviewed an internal f. b. i. Document that warned quote an online thread discussed specific calls for violence to include stating be ready to fight. Congress needs to hear glass breaking doors being kicked in get violent. Stop calling this a march or rally or protest go. They're ready for war. We get our president or we die nothing else will achieve this goal. Only eight days left to strengthen security at the capitol for the inauguration of joe biden and kamala harris karston connor lamb revealed some of the threats but capitol security planners now have to anticipate. 'bout four thousand armed patriots to surround the capital and prevent any democrat from going in and they have published rules of engagement inning. When you shoot in when you don't so this is. This is an organized group. That has a plan. They are committed to doing what they're doing. Because i think in their minds air patriots. They're talking about seventeen seventy six and so this is now a contest of wills joining us now. Is matt zap petoskey national security reporter at the washington post up. Matt your reporting found this. Fbi memo written in a field office in virginia day before the attack on the capital identifying planning for what they called war did that memo get to washington. It did that memo was briefed to the washington field office which is responsible business here in the city of washington dc. The fbi said at a briefing today information was also shared with the local joint. Errorism ask for a shoot unfiltered use some other law enforcement if the fbi today through what the in about it though aside from talking to each other about it remains very unclear clearly capitol. Police is not ready for the that. They based on wednesday despite the fbi having this information and everything out in summer. It's definitely made a wash in everything that i've been reading about The security experts approached this at the fbi and elsewhere is there's a certain amount of of sense that the people involved in these kinds of chats wildly exaggerate their intentions. They're just trying to say the most dramatic thing they can say and they usually end up doing nothing and that there was a certain kind of weariness that might have in in the way they analyze the stuff. I think that's a great observation in an accurate one. You know the fbi officials who talked to us in describing this thing that well you know. There's a lot of chatter online. How do you separate what's real from. What's just someone boasts in this warning itself. Sort of oddly mentioned re speech concerns. And we don't want to do anything to encroach on free speech even though the threats as you just put up on the screen clearly sort of cross the line into being threats but that's a challenge the fbi has how do they separate fake from wheel when it comes to online chatter. And then what do they do about it. I mean there's clearly a lesson to be learned here that maybe they need to get a little more seriously in their some internal soul-searching in the fbi about you. They take the online chatter of trump's supporters. And you know white supremacist. Extreme is less seriously than they take other online chatter. Those are questions that i think wrestling with. Is it your sense that this is a nine eleven event of for this kind of a security concern that there were a lot of things on nine ten that were taken less seriously than they were taken on the afternoon of nine eleven Is that what we have here. Way hate to make that comparison. I know many people have made that comparison. I think what i would say is look. This is an important data point and what it does. Most significantly in my mind is raised questions. About why the fbi on friday said we had no indication that something like at the time that seemed a little specious on. Its face because there was so much online chatter that reporters to but now we see that. The fbi saw that online chatter recognized. It wrote an internal bulletin about it but then apparently wasn't sufficient air matt's up petoskey the washington post. Thank you very much for your reporting. Thank you for joining us tonight. Thank you
Fresh update on "lamb" discussed on Orlando's Morning News
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What Was The Westward Expansion?
"Today we're talking about westward expansion. Yes earnings comforting. Yes in the united states yes so in eighteen zero three president. Thomas jefferson bought the territory of louisiana from the french government. For fifteen million dollars. This was known as the louisiana purchase. That was a lot of money back then. It was a ton of money. I wonder what it translates to today. Do that just curious know sure. It's like billions of dollars. Yeah so that. Land stretched from the mississippi river to the rocky mountains and from canada to new orleans so that like mid section it doubled the previous size of the then young united states and as as soon as jefferson signed the treaty. He sent the explorers lewis and clark to find a route to the pacific ocean. Many other explorers made the journey as well and so began the expansion of the country to jefferson. Westward expansion was the key to the nation's health. Jefferson believed that a republic depended on an independent virtuous citizenry for survival and that independence. Virtue went hand in hand with landownership especially up small farms. He wrote quote those who labor. The earth are the chosen people have gone. Wow yeah it doesn't correlate to me but okay yeah right so you're virtuous visuals and land or work. Yeah ok you work. Land make something from it. Honest work i suppose. Yeah if you're thinking kind of thing you take away like what we know about him. I'm think stop thinking of him as a person and the right he wanted the country to expand. And i think he planted the seed for the pioneers. Till i look you know you can go right. Make something something for yourself. Yeah so in. But in order for jefferson's dream for the country to come to fruition expansion had to happen so he maybe the country the dream of the country came first. And then thought okay. I need to have more land People to do So while the westward expansion is one of the defining themes of the nineteenth century american history. This growth was certainly fraught with struggle and won't get into that way by almost about forty years later. Nearly seven million americans forty percent of the nation's population now lived in this area. Well they know that way from eight eighteen three from eighteen hundred eight forty k. So pretty quick. Wake seven million. That's pretty big. Most people left their homes in the east and followed lewis and clark across the country as promised they were searching for economic opportunity like jefferson. Many of these painters believed that they would find land to farm trusting that ownership would lead to freedom in nineteen eighty five. Sorry wow a lot in eighteen forty five. A journalist named john o'sullivan put a name to this idea. That helped pull the pioneers to the west. He said that it was americans. Manifest destiny to carry quote the great experiment of liberty to the edge of the continent. O'sullivan wrote that. The survival of american freedom dependent on it and it was their duty to quote again Overspread and to possess the whole of the land which the providence has given us an quote the providence of meaning. I think the providence of light. What they were given like the land that was before them. It's here so is ours to take. Even though it wasn't i mean. Is that kinda what they get this kind of the way. I remember from Es three class and talking about manifest destiny asked yeah so this became a widely held cultural beliefs which carried the following themes the special virtues of the american people in their institutions the mission of the us to redeem in remake the west in the image of the east and an ear irresistible destiny to accomplish this essential duty so was disappointed was so arranged of area. Right ideas are planted in their head. Like if you go out there you will make your money. you'll survive you'll be happy. Happiness is just. Yep exactly yeah you'll have your own lambs have all the freedom that you'll have yeah So that term became controversial. You know throughout time. Meanwhile meanwhile while this kind of happening the question of whether slavery would carry onto to the west was at hand around this time. The missouri compromise was made which attempted to resolve the question of whether or not slavery would be allowed in the new western states That the louisiana purchase sort of like you know was responsible for create Them so this whether slavery would be in. These new states shadowed almost every conversation about the frontier. The compromise admitted missouri to the union as a slave state and may had to change main to a free state had they needed to have. They had to preserve the fragile balance in congress between us owning states in nonstop hunting state. Yes i say. I'm surprised that main was asleep. At i mean because she just think of the south. But i know. I'm know an i don't really know actually slave-owning or they like the changes such. Yeah just to keep that the same number okay. Half-and-half just have to say i know going. Forward as policy was made progressing through that it was always taken into account those southern states or the slave owning states. How making sure that they get what they want. It always had to be part of the conversation. Yeah it's crazy for another strong decade. A yeah i think even on that of course of an attorney but while they're formation was been the biggest conversation sure. Oh yes right. See that the okay. So the missouri compromise also stipulated that slavery would be prohibited north of the southern boundary of missouri. So the the thirty six degree latitude line okay It couldn't be north. Slavery couldn't be north of that but missouri was north of that so i think like after missouri said that they were going to be a slave. Nobody else could that was it. Yeah grandfathered in so many. Many thought of sullivan's manifest destiny was a secret term for spreading slavery. Really yes who thought that the people that wanted slavery or did not want to read. You know the people in the north okay. They thought it was. They thought it was like a secret term for light taking it over there. Really conspiracy theory Despite the many conflicts Far more complicated detailed for wondering really what. Everybody's wondering about the food. Because that's what i talk about sure. That's what we're here for
New York Mayor Pushes State to Increase Vaccine Eligibility For The Elderly
"Its vaccination efforts. The mayor is pushing the state to make more categories of people eligible to receive the vaccine. His latest target, the arms of the elders, folks over 75 of the most vulnerable this crisis right now, we are not allowed to vaccinate them. According to state rules, we need the freedom and flexibility. So that we can start back saying folks over 75 right away the blahs. You noted home health care workers are now also eligible, but made it clear vaccine turndowns have become a significant factor. For instance, the mayor says 25,000 NYPD officers are now eligible to get the vaccine but underlines that not all of them are likely to do that Universal 25 thousands, Not the same as 25,000. People actually choose to get the vaccine as we've been seeing to date. The number of folks who are quote unquote hesitant is between 30 and 40%, the mayor noted. As certain numbers of those offered the vaccine take a pass on it. The city needs broader approval from the state to be able to quickly move on to the next group in line in order to achieve its goal of a million doses delivered by the end of the month. Which lamb WCBS news radio 8 80 Mayor de Blasio wants to start vaccinating people
Proud Boys Brawl With D.C. Cops Ahead of Pro-Trump March
"It's a tense day in Washington, D. C. Congress is meeting to certify the election results and thousands of President Trump's supporters are gathering in the city to reject those results. This is the third time they've rallied in D. C since the November vote, But this time the language they're using is more violent. NPR's Hannon Lamb has been watching this one. Good morning, Hannah. Good morning, You were at the first two rallies. What's different this time around? Well, no. Well, it's been kind of like watching a play and fold in three acts. You know, at the time of the first rally right after the vote November, there were still open legal challenges. So Trump supporters were hopeful celebrating at the second last month, it was clear Joe Biden had one That reality hadn't really sunken in, so there was still defiance but also growing anger. Now today at three, there are no more cards to play within the system. So now it's more than anger was seeing rage. Threats of violence on this one feels less like a protest and more like a last stand. And you know, we've seen the president really leading the pack embracing this delusion of a stolen election and promoting conspiracies and disinformation really nonstop and even urging his followers to rise up fight like hell is he put it? Stopping just short of endorsing violence. So, yeah, The steaks do seem higher this time around or two weeks away from Inauguration day, and we've got a president who's saying quote. They're not taking this White House. You are going to be out on the streets today covering this rally. Who do you expect to see Who's going to be there? We expect kind of the same crowd that we've seen a previous rallies. There's always a main show some of the big names on the right wing speakers circuit, usually delivering a mix of sort of conspiracy and fearmongering about the election. Second Amendment. Socialism vaccines now and then there's always the sideshow. You know, extremist pop up with big social media, following Zor podcasts, Cuban on figures, white supremacist militia style groups, and then you know violent gangs like the proud boys, and in the past, the daytime's been relatively calm. The Knights have turned violent. As you know, Proud boys and others go out hunting anyone They perceive it's empty fa and you know, because of that violence this time, the local police will have support from the D. C National Guard. I went out last night. Briefly. It was quite a the time, but fights did break out later is Trump supporters were trying toe push past the cops to get to black lives matter Plaza right there outside the White House. Who are bracing for more of that today and then Noel on top of the risk of physical violence. So there's a heavy dose of coronavirus denial or at least minimizing, you know, we know mass aren't popular with this crowd and That's a whole different kind of danger associated with a big event like this in a raging pandemic. Of course. I mean, look, the fact is Joe Biden won the election, He's going to be inaugurated. But there are some people who will not accept that fact. What do you think you've been covering these folks for a while? What do you think happens next for them? What's their next move? Yeah, And we're talking about a significant chunk of the population. You millions of Americans who embraced these false embrace these false claims who still see Trump is their rightful leader. And no, that doesn't vanish overnight. When Biden takes office where they take this depends on a number of factors, including what happens within the Republican Party once Trump is out of power. And you know what Trump himself goes on to do whether he stays on the sidelines or keeps inserting himself into politics. And, you know, there's also concerned that some of this anger and conspiracy is going to bubble into acts of violence. We've already seen some instances of that, including this plot to kidnap the governor of Michigan. So, yes, domestic terrorism analyst worry that will see continued unrest and they fear arise and political violence. We're not even through today. Yet Some are already organizing for yet another rally this one scheduled for January 20th
Plant of The Week: Plants with Variegated Leaves
"Time for fred's plant of the week. Well i'm going to vary that in terms of variegated plants now plants in this case are all pretty darn well dormant where we've had no snow. We've had freezing temperatures. I think the game is over as far as growth of concerned matter of fact. I'm certain that it is. I've watched a few things especially rhododendrons. When it gets cold enough there leaves will roll up like a little fat cigar. Well when that happens you know the game is over. Fires yearly growth is concerned however it does give us something to look at As i mentioned rhododendron. I do have a variegated leaf. Rhododendron quite outstanding this time of year because pretty much everything else. Well it's in with other rhododendrons but they're all green of various shades and this one stands out and then the you wanna miss family if you can pronounce that. I won't ask you to spell it but if you have wants that is variegated It can lay on the ground and be variegated again. Climb trees it can climb sides of buildings with some help And on a rough brick. It doesn't need much help. it can do. Its own thing there. There is little plant that i keep speaking of almost every week. Lamb lamb is finished flooring. Well i did find the color of one little flower pedal but that was it It however has speckled leaves. It has green and grey leaves. It has various things. There is a variegated guga. Then we have the think of is that used to be. well let's just say Entirely used in hanging baskets that would be taken in or allowed to die. Hang whatever during the wintertime. It is now in our winters in the last several years for vinca to live over and it is really quite attractive at this point. Now it's strong enough. If you walk through it catch up. Over the top of the arch of your foot it'll trip. You enjoy it from afar if you need to or else be very
Revelation 12-18: Signs and Symbols
"John continues explaining his vision to us today in. Its filled with lots of signs and symbols. That means many of these things aren't literal their symbolic and while there is some debate. Now about what. These things mean if we try to figure out how to apply them to future events. John's original audience probably wasn't confused at all. They saw this vision through the lens of israel's history and as you know jewish literature loves signs and numbers and symbols so will impact some of that today. I we see a woman giving birth to a child that would rule the nations. There's a beast that doesn't like this. Who tries to put a stop to it. All she goes to live in the wilderness. Where god takes care of her. Does any of that sound familiar. Most people think this woman is israel that satan is the dragon and that the stars that got swooped down by the dragon's tail or the angels. Who joined him. War breaks out in heaven between the elect. Angels and satans angels and the elec angels win so satan and his angels are addicted. Since they can't stay in heaven they mount an attack on earth but god miraculously protects israel boarded again. Satan's angel goff to attack. God's other kids and in john's times they likely would have seen this as referring to the gentiles. Or maybe the church at large. Or maybe the remnant of israel in chapter thirteen giannis. A sea beast. It sounds a lot like the dragon. Seven heads ten horns and if you're with us in the old testament you may remember that horns symbolize kings or kingdoms there a sign of power. Everybody on earth thinks the beast is awesome. And if you're alive during john's day you're probably thinking oh right room because everyone worships this beast. Except for god's kids according to verse eight and for the jews in john's day this would be a flashback to the book of daniel when he and a few of his friends were living in babylon and king nebuchadnezzar demanded to be worshiped. So in verse eleven. John reminds his readers. How god's kids are called to respond in this kind of situation he says ear is a call for the endurance and faith of the saints. The way to overcome is to remain faithful despite persecution next. John describes an earth beast. This beast has a lot of power over the people of earth and does a lot of things that are attempts to counterfeit god in his ways. It looks like a lamb at fakes. Its own resurrection. And it has people mark themselves on the forehead and the hand remember the factories. We talked about a little leather boxes with scripture and then that religious jews where that comes from deuteronomy six four through eight which says eero israel the lord our god the lord is one you shall love the lord god with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your might and these words that i command you today shall be on your heart you shall bind them as a sign on your hand and they shall be as front litz between your is the beast counterfeits this with his own name instead of the name of god and remember how in hebrew every letter of the alphabet has a number assigned to it. The beast name is spelled with the letter. Six six six which also happens to be how you spell out the name of nero the roman emperor so this probably isn't literal. It's probably representative of who you worship. There are other ways to interpret this through a modern lens but if we look at it through the lens of john's readers they likely would have understood roamed be babylon two point which we already know from i peter five and they probably would have seen this hand forehead business as representative of who you belong to are you mark. With god's name or rome's we're in jerusalem in chapter fourteen. And jesus is there with a one hundred and forty four thousand which again maybe a precise number. It is probably symbolic of a much larger number. These marked with god's name on their foreheads and probably not literally they sing and worship god then three angels show up with three messages angel number. One says worship god because judging is coming angel number two says babylon is fallen. Angel number three says those who worshipped the beast. Instead of god will hit god's judgment and everlasting punishment and again. John reminds his readers in verse. Twelve year is a call for the endurance of the saints. Those who keep the commandments of god and their faith in jesus despite the attacks of the beast god has the final. Say some angels assist. Maybe jesus in beginning to work out justice and vengeance on the earth by the way. John says these angels come out of the temple in heaven yesterday and today. We've seen three references to this temple in heaven. Some believe the earthly temple was a literal replica of a temple in heaven and simply the word temple is just a reverence to god's dwelling place in general and this may or may not be the same thing referred to in chapter fifteen as the sanctuary of the tent of witness seven. More angels. Come out carrying seven bowls of god's wrath which are also described as plagues. Some of these plagues might remind you of what we saw. A longtime ago in egypt sores on those who don't worship god the season the rivers and springs become blood the sun scorch and burns people then darkness than the river dries up and the enemies of god used their demonic powers to perform signs just like barros magicians then before the seventh bowl the armies at the world gathering the planes of armageddon on our trips to israel we stand on mount carmel and look over that patch of land in john's day. It served as the crossroads of the world kind of like the atlanta airport and while the armies are gathered there. The seventh angel pours out his bowl of earthquakes. Fallen city sunken islands crumbling mountains lightning thunder and one hundred pound. Hailstones and god makes babylon or rome. Drink the cup of his wrath
Dallas Cowboys beat Philadelphia Eagles, increasing their chances of making the playoffs
"Heavy Yeah, rain there highs is low a sixties chance. for WB I AP News Meteorologist I guess the Race cowboys. Did you get the weather Uh, channel 7 the team. 22 It's only it won W six B games A. P P s. s. this So So what what season would would have have happened happened can still if if President President get into the playoffs. Trump Trump didn't didn't sign sign this this bill bill yesterday? yesterday? If all the 11 11 59 59 stars tonight. tonight. align next How How Sunday, do do you you not not signed signed Good it? it? morning The The government government would would shut shut from down down our WB AP Sports and and Desk I'm Steve Lamb. Dallas That That needs doesn't doesn't a Washington it's not necessarily football team. the They needed end of the them world the lose yesterday if the government and they shuts did down because in it's Dallas. not permanent, They need to beat right. Philadelphia and But they what did it would coming mean up is big a on. lot of people Defense have to make and the choice beating Government the Eagles employees 37 To go to to 17. work and not get paid. Or Hertz just say, is you know? picked off Nope. Screw it. I'm not going to work, the third turn you over know, And that includes T essa here that in the includes fourth quarter. Pentagon Albert calling the game workers yesterday That on Fox doesn't include TV Congressman head coach Mike by the McCarthy. way they get Pretty paid happiest. regardless The team which has put together all of that's a sudden a a whole three nother game winning conversation, streak. Some team but win. another thing that would happen And just like the If past the government 22 shut games down and is that Now it we're would slow you know, now down we have a the chance distribution next week. of So the vaccine. you know, we still have to take care of So our I think President Our own opportunity Trump's saw and that hope right for some help. and probably But like, you man know the fact that that matters you know we're playing. We can't have that. We're playing really good In team addition football to right that. now, and they'll have to Keep again in mind what's Have happening it all come a together week from next tomorrow? Sunday. I'll be in In Georgia. the East Rutherford, New Jersey Yeah. to face Two Senate the Giants. seats up They have for grabs toe win. still in Then they have in Georgia. to root for the Eagles to beat And the Washington Republicans need to get on one of them. At Sunday least night, yes. if all of that happens And can you imagine Cowboys if if ER if go into President the Trump
The God Who Suffers: How Far God Will Go for Man's Salvation
"The title of my message is the god who suffers when we think of god. We consider the fact that got us. Writers got his holy got his loving. And god is good. But here's something else to consider about. God as we focus on the death of jesus god has suffered. Why would anyone want to suffer if they didn't have to but he did suffer. I mean he didn't have to. He didn't want to but he chose to suffer. Listen to is as description of what jesus who was god in human form went through when he died on the cross in isaiah fifty three we read. He was despised and rejected by men. A man of sorrows and acquainted with grief. He is born our grief and carried our sorrows yet we esteemed him stricken smitten by god and afflicted. He was wounded for our transgressions. He was crushed for our iniquities. The punishment for our peace was upon him and by his stripes. We are. He'll he was a man of sorrows or suffering. That was jesus. But why did god suffer answer because he loved and he loves and that means it he enters into are suffering as well he enters into the suffering of those who've lost loved ones he enters into the suffering of any person who is in pain of some kind. You need to know that god cares. God understands god suffers. He understands what you are going through. So if you're going through any kind of suffering no this you're not alone. Jesus has been there and he's walked in your shoes. Listen to this passage in hebrews two. It says it was necessary for jesus to be meet in every respect like us. His brothers and sisters so he could be are merciful and faithful high priest before god and then he could opera sacrifice it would take with the sins of the people since he himself is gone through suffering. Mt sion is able to help us when we are being attempted. So you're saying. I'm being tempted right now. I'm going through hardships right now. I've been abandoned by people i love. Jesus has been there. He knows what it's like say. I've lost a loved one. He knows what that's like. So you're not alone and you're suffering but why did jesus have to suffer and die. Couldn't he have just expired. In a simple way to be scourged and beaten up the beard pulled from his face to the up to be insulted and mocked and ridiculed and humiliated. Why did he have to die. Such a cruel death. Listen to this because there was no other way dissatisfy. The righteous demands of god. God plays by his own rules and he said the soul that's in shows shirley die and the scripture teaches without the shedding of blood. There is no forgiveness of sins in the old testament when they would sacrifice by various animals. That was a foreshadowing of things that were to come. It's unlike the death of jesus was sort of added onto that. Dan rather was pointing toward the death. Of jesus jesus was the fulfillment of all of those sacrifices as john. The baptist said of christ. He's the lamb of god. Who takes away. The sin of the world. So jesus was the fulfillment of at all all of those things where foreshadowing something to come or i could more accurately say someone to come and that someone was jesus. Listen to this calvary shows how far men will go and sin and how far god will go for man's salvation limb repeat that cavalry or the cross shows how far men will go in their sin and also how far god will go for men salvation. Jesus knew he was going to die from the very beginning and he spoke of it often. No one took his life. He laid it down of his own accord. Jesus lived in the shadow of the cross. From the moment he entered the world. Sometimes people think across was sort of an aberration or tragic turn of events where everything sort of went off the rails. No that's not it at all if that was the plan. That was the master plan. Or should i say the master's plan i remember when i was a kid and i would watch movies about jesus and i was fascinated by jesus even as a young boy. My grandmother used to have a portrait of christ hanging on her wall. And i would just look at that many times then think about jesus and whenever there was a movie about him i would watch it with great interest and i was fascinated by him but i always thought the story ended battling are that someone should rewrite this story. You see because everything is going in a perfect trajectory here comes jesus born of the virgin mary. performing miracles healing people raising the dead doing wonderful things. The greatest teachings ever heard he has a group of followers and then he gets arrested on charges and he's crucified in. Yeah he rose but still. That's not good. I didn't like that story but that is the story. That is the greatest of all stories. That was the purpose he came for. But how can something so senseless and so cruel have any purpose answer. It was the ultimate purpose and it had the ultimate beanie god. The father was the master of ceremonies at the cross. Let me repeat that again god. The father was a master of ceremonies at the cross. Sometimes people like to place the blame of the death of jesus at the feet of the jews. They'll say the jews killed him sometimes used to justify anti semitism which is always wrong but it was the fault of the jews. It wasn't a fall in particular of the romans. Listen you want to get real technical. Theological god sent. Jesus die on the cross. It was his plan. In fact the scripture tells us and isaiah fifty three ten. It was the will of the lord to crush him. He has put him degree. Romans eight thirty two. God did not spare his own son but he gave him up for us. All and then over in romans three twenty five. God put christ forward by his blood to be received by faith. And i see a fifty three ten yet. It pleases the father. Bruce him he is. Put him to that please. The father to bruce him. How could the father be pleased by. The death of his son. Only wasn't pleased by his death in particular. He wasn't pleased by the suffering. He wasn't pleased by the pain. Christ's went to. The father was pleased by the redemption. That was accomplished. He was pleased that the eternal plan of salvation was now fulfilled. He was pleased that the sacrifice of his son was complete and many of us can now believe in him for all the evil in the crucifixion. It brought about an infinite good.
Ho! Ho! Ho! It's a Christmas Special
"Was good people. It's your boy richie rich against the men and welcome to another episode of black book. The podcast today. We'll go full house joy. I'm buying my man. Kill someone. Sanchez was going on people. Romy romy miss fi fi and this is a christmas special time of year where everyone gets. Merry bit wavy because chocolate chocolate on the menu. What's game on kobe plan. And just by the time of year well families get together quite big insane coaches not so much in others but of course when asked to solve with his. What does christmas mean to you. Want to start off well. I'm the biggest christmas fan. Hey i'm sorry about family. Food presents the food again. Food alcohol six and the baby still ahead okay. So what are we talking about them. My family is everything. No now say wa- table comes hinder eighteen tech. He got the lamb. Got the geest. Got the pheasant that runs across the road against everything so you have to make sure everybody on the tables causes to some mac and cheese and because over the years. Vegetarians have come into the family. Annex shifts piece of squashed on the table saw me to teheran than these new trends may see you accommodate all. Come on the table you know. Why rage pilots to keep everybody happy. Okay cool cool co. he's always say what's christmas like food. Food is well. Yeah we'll see what nigerian about. Gardening office definitely jello question. Those nigerian ghanaian joel a different general. I'm going to be biased. I'm going to say even nigerian going to say guardian. I think it because not julian stole. You've boise to the ones of have tried to the best of chefs senate. So you go there you go. That's why the nigerian dav had support. No one day. Say yeah say okay. Jell fries whilst more traditional dishes or stick to western so foods well for me mostly above some african on british But may i just stick to my often the beef. Yeah and. I'm badgering man. That's the only time very often could notify mccollum. Run have some parliament members that just work twenty four seven were clue. Just just everyone around the daewoo into can be foolish. And yeah you know. That's what it's all about mary. Month sange war. As everybody else said food oversee we in was being jamaican and guyanese. So you obviously there's the or i don't eat red meat so no pork beef. Norrland orlando for myself. i'm. I'm just now missing christmas with a crack. How can you be trying to tell backing swine. Ccc the puck is still there and pat cap. Good to know you is there. S and p's the coleslaw. Mac and cheese rose chicken as mom cooks the alarm and the pork is obviously my mom. My siblings eat it. Yes what was he christmas being. I've got massive family myself under off. Kgo eight siblings. Pretty time is mad for you. Then kinda matter now got two nephews as well so the family graham very family orientated. So i see my mom's side of the family on christmas day. And then i have a second christmas on like the box. In the order. Twenty-seventh my dad's side of the family. Because my grandma still alive to this day fight. Gordon razor invest in ninety. So that's out of the family link-up hers because he's a little bit difficult now because of corona traditionally. That's what we do. So i see both sets of the family. The ones that are in this country anyway said food family music. Alcohol notice nobody. Nobody truly to still barrington levy on sanchez. Kicking him boy mobile missile for me. Christmas is all about say common together as a family in love all of that.
Best of 2020
"Up next we meet one of ireland's finance jeff's kp mcmahon based in galway the michelin starred chefs. Culinary accomplishments include any restaurant and anne robotic cookery school as well as his. Release the irish cookbook. One of the most beautiful cookbook releases off. Twenty twenty till's the story of irish feud and how it has evolved over thousands of years showcasing the richness and variety of food from this green islands with its five hundred authentic recipes. The author jp mcmahon jones me in the studio back in march to discuss the book on how irish food is about so much more than just lamb stew and potatoes as was initially. It was a bit apprehensive because there are many many irish food cookbooks in the twentieth century. But i suppose. I found that a lot of them had been written for an irish audience or perhaps people travelling to ireland. It was important for me to try and give an international dimension and was one of the reasons why publishing with fight on made a difference because they have a global reach and it was in order to try and change the perception of irish food. I think also because we have a restaurant called a near which is will mission star restaurant. We've had it for ten years and we've been investigating irish food for ten years and i felt a lot of the things that we've been doing over. Those ten years weren't in cookbooks. And some of them are very old things like using seaweed using wild food in different ways. And i wanted i suppose that a record of that and that was the start i think the initial for doing it was a had traveled a lot to different places and taking part in chef events and i realized that are affected that we had really good produce in ireland. I'm we just weren't singing about it now. I took part in events in mexico in america and canada in europe and we were always celebrating the cuisine of a particular area. And as why are we doing this. And why aren't we kind of like saying well. We have really good food where shellfish or or whatever so. They were kind of the driving forces behind the book. Now what do you think. Ireland has been so modest about its food on its culinary legacy heritage. I think there's a certain humbleness modesty to irish people and they're probably not the best people at selling themselves like i think we're frustrated capitalists and we want to do things but at the same time we don't want to come across as being bombastic. I think that's worn element. I think the second element is the famine and the subsequent diaz before that happens. I think that impacted irish food particularly of the twentieth century and on the one hand you had people that did not have that much access to food in art and even though there was a lot of food and then the second part you had people who did have access that is food. Who were i think. Predominantly from the anglo-irish irish element and some has be would call the west brits so the people who would be associated with england and these people who had food. I think we're not considered to be irish often. This kind of tension between the tradition that it goes all the way back at least a thousand years between people on the island and people who have food and people don't have food on who we consider irish what we consider irishness tried to take a very broad perspective on it. And so when you go into the archives of the recipe books that you find are from landed gentry anglo-irish aristocracy mostly on. I think when became independent in nineteen twenty two. We kind push that assignment. But that's not really irish. You talk about going to the archives of research did you actually conducts to gather all these five hundred recipes. You having this book. Some of it was looking at best. Baseball's cookbooks from the nineteenth to twentieth century and looking through tried to pick recipes that i thought represented ireland in that respect i found stuff like say pollen is a river fish that is almost forgotten and offend a wonderful pollen recipe. I think in the nineteen seven book and interest. Enough are fishmonger had just been talking about pollen and nobody easing it and it all goes to europe and his fish from nee in northern ireland. That was one thing. I think looking ass older manuscripts was wonderful thing. Because i love history as well and looking at how people wrote recipes and how they i suppose. There was a certain assumption in recipes that the person who was reading new it already so the method was very very scant and often the recipe books were household management books. That would be passed down from mother to a daughter to a granddaughter so people could be able to cook the recipes. Were very interesting. A lot of pickles. Stuff a lot of preserve stuff because there was no frigid. So a lot of salting like i suppose. There's almost like how to live because if you couldn't do these things then you in trouble. Did you come across many recipes that had been practically forgotten already. Yeah like one or two some that we probably would not eat now. One was pickled herring. Which i thought was really interesting because i did a story and friend of mine because i thought didn't they meant herring and she was like no. That's terron lake orion and i was like wow because there's one heron galway and flies up and down and if anyone was to pick them i be in trouble but the interesting thing was that it reminded me of like an s quebec spanish dish where they cook fish or chicken and they covered in vinegar and wine solution and essentially that was the recipe and the recipe started off was like chopped the heads off one hundred hereon got and viscera them. That was the start of the recipe. And i was like wow. That's already a big mess. Some of the other things that are still useful. I think i put it in was quincy and quincy eric. Something that are not native to ireland but there was a lot in the seventeenth and eighteenth century that would preserve a lot of quences and so preserved. Quincy was what i would call mark cross again and again and again and also recipes would almonds. The irish were obsessed with amines. Which again is one of those interesting things to think about because again. Do not come from ireland.
"lamb" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour
"I feel this great relief that i can focus on the pleasure and and love and that was a revelation for me. I didn't realize how much pressure was there. Until i took the pressure off right so you didn't have you. You're not feeling rushed to be having sex with somebody or right. Yeah that's a big thing for me. And i didn't realize that's what it was. I've always liked prided myself on being like this like sexual person and now i'm like really saying what that is and i'm like oh that's like it's okay to be a sexual person but i the fact that i was using it and then realize as these right like what is your intent when you're being sexual that is really anything any action in our daily lives. What is our intent right. Exactly that that to me is been the biggest portal towards moving toward self. Knowledge has been questioning myself. Why am i. Why am i doing this. And that's the greatest thing about sobriety is that it really opens you up to at looking at this stuff and like and you can really start to ask yourself these questions and you just become so much more self aware on like a different level and yeah it's it's been it's been a really eye opening experience. I being sober. And then they getting to know myself in that way and then like sexually as well. But like i definitely like i think like the sexual issues started when i was pretty young and like. That's some stuff that i'm like starting to uncover and therapy which is where their incidents of abuse that sexualize you. I think so. I think the more. I think about little instances in my life. I'm like oh oh maybe that was actually like molestation and you know. Maybe that was an incident where i wasn't in control of my body and somebody else was and then know when i got to be i lost my virginity really young thirteen twelve and a half thirteen and ever since then it was like the string of men that came after it was that same feeling of like oh. I'm having sex with them to keep them like like stay here. Stay here stay here. So i never. I've never really experienced so much like the the comp- sexually compulsive in ways with my partners but i was. I've never been the kind of person that just goes and like sleeps with a bunch of people but it's like i'm having sex with people to keep them and it's always been people who are like didn't want to be with me and what were the thoughts going through your head when you would be sexual with them. Were you looking for some type of reaction or some sentenced to come out of their mouth that you would find. What was the payoff for you. Other than sexual pleasure. Hey what was i seeking. Yes definitely like you know. Just love you just want somebody to be like your blake ever. I just wanted somebody to be. I love you. I want to be with you and i never like really got that and i didn't know why so then it became kind of this like my mindset. Became like okay with. I'm just going to be a bad bitch and like just like fuck people. And then i can take my power back and it never worked out that way because you didn't enjoy it no i never. I really didn't and like it's funny. I was talking to my boyfriend about many people that you like regret sleeping with it. He's like no. And i was like. That's so funny because if you like i almost everybody slept with. I regret you know really. Almost everybody go through. My list of people on unlike net. Could've done without that. One could have done without that one so i have like five that i'm like yeah. That's good five out of lake thirty seven or i'm like. Yeah that's about so many of those so let's go back to when you were a kid or an adolescence one. What do you remember being some views on yourself or the world or sexuality or relationships that kind of got implanted in your head that you you feel like maybe are still there that you're trying to unwind. My dog is chris sookie. she's the best. She's here so i'm getting so distracted such beatty. Hd okay rewind so what what were Some some beliefs that you had the now unwinding when when you were a kid you know it could be that only my body is only good to keep people or you can't trust men or whatever or i'm a piece of shit where i i i. I definitely the belief system that i've been had been navigating on and i'm trying to undo now is the low self esteem first of all. I'm a piece of shit. I'm not worthy keep going give me the greatest hits a great right the greatest. It's i'm phase of shit. I know were the but at the same time still being like but i'm also cool like which is very confusing when you have low self esteem but you're also like shit but then i'm but no you're not fuck you you know. I'm sure you've heard the phrase i don't know who coined it but i'm a piece of shit the world revolves around. Yeah so relate to that. It's so it's so funny like like being in programs you hear so much of that tuna. Yeah i'm the coolest. No i'm not. I'm a piece of shit. And i'm like i fucking relate to that so much but the fact that we're neither your ego can only comprehend better than or less than i think it's terrifying the ego to be one of many because It's out of a job. Yeah right right right right. And i have realized recently that i think i have a bigger ego than i realized. You know just like that's kind of rules. My life is like having a big ego. And i have yet to decide. If that's good or a bad thing. I don't know but The other of the other hits unwinding. Now let's see.
What we know about a second New York City shutdown
"The probability of additional restrictions. The latest from WCBS is rich lamb, Mayor De Blasio and Governor Cuomo have been discussing what the mayor has characterized as a total shutdown of New York City, such as we had in the spring. The governor has indicated a possible January timing. The mayor, on the other hand, has pointed to the period right after Christmas, calling it a natural moment when the world slows down a little bit. Of covert 19, he notes. The number of cases is too high. The infection levels too high. The number of hospice nations is too high, and, unfortunately, just growing. I don't like restrictions. None of us likes restrictions, but I think we need him sooner rather than later And the mayor acknowledges the state makes the final call but underscores it all can be averted. If we want to avoid restrictions, and I keep saying people wanna avoid restrictions I do I want to avoid him. If you want to avoid anyone wants to avoid him. Wear a mask. Practice distancing do not travel. Do not have large gatherings, The mayor added. Be tough. Be disciplined. Rich lamb. WCBS news radio 8 80 outdoor dining in the city
NYC mayor says city may face another full shutdown
"Since the rate of covert cases around New York City still spiking after Thanksgiving, officials are still talking about fully shutting down businesses again. Like the spring regarding the full shutdown, Mayor De Blasio says he and Governor Cuomo have been discussing the result of ever increasing covert numbers. As the mayor put it. My nomination would be right after Christmas if we implement that with some good Luck and hard work and with the vaccine starting to help us, you know we could be out of that in a matter of weeks. But having stopped the worst of this surge, and health commissioner Dr Dave Choksi says the focus of the vaccinations in New York City initially is on the high risk health care workers in hospitals and then starting next week, we'll get to nursing homes and other long term care facilities. Both staff as well as residents in those facilities on then expand to other health care workers and other frontline workers. And the mayor noted the goal is by the end of the spring to inoculate everyone in the city who is willing to get a vaccination. Rich lamb. WCBS news radio 8 80.
John Kerry, Biden's Pick For Climate Envoy, To Face Big Challenge On Climate Change
"President elect has tapped former secretary of state john kerry as climate envoy. Npr's scott detro- has this look at the challenges. He faces wind biden named a former secretary of state as international climate. Point person. todd. Stern was pretty surprised. Sternhell the job. During the obama administration where he worked closely with carey on the paris climate agreement and other big efforts to lower emissions around the world. It sent a cat unmistakable. Signal that President-elect dighton is really serious about what he has said would biden has said is that climate change is a crisis demand swift sweeping action experts. Say the us needs to drastically overhaul its energy producing in the coming decade. A huge economic and political challenge and one eighty from the trump administration carry spoke. Npr's morning edition last week about how he invited. View the stakes if we think mind. Gration was a challenge in europe and the last year or here in america on our border where to see what happens when places become completely unlivable. So the former secretary of state will work as a brand name global ambassador under the likely secretary of state. Tony blinken who used to work for him. This carry co chaired. A task force aimed at bridging the gap between biden and runner-up bernie sanders on climate policy carry notably began the first meeting by immediately turning over the zoom to varsity precaut- twenty-seven-year-old co of climate activist. Group the sunrise movement and kind of taken aback. I i'm used to spaces like that. Having to fight for airtime taskforce highlighted some internal policy and priority differences that the biden administration will face on climate. We definitely do have differences in that was apparent. The task force sunrise believe says. We're looking at the science that we have to move way faster than a twenty fifty target. And if we don't a lot of people are going to suffer one. Big difference between climate activists and kerry how they think about and deal with big energy companies groups like sunrise see them as the culprits who ignored and worse than climate change kerry tells. Npr on the phone with them talking about paths to clean energy. They also understand that. There's money to be made in producing the products. Anybody who has the breakthrough on battery storage is could have the key to the future. Todd stearns says it makes sense for carry to have those conversations. Nobody who knows kerry would ever accuse him of these a go. Slow warned dover centrist is. Not what makes this guy tick at all. Stern says the conversations are important because the to do list on the international climate front is much different than four years ago when carey was secretary of state. The main goal was crafting. A big sweeping climate accord paris now sources familiar with the biden transition. Say the much more important thing will be cobbling together. Agreements on how to actually lower those missions things like cement steel plastics chemicals Very polluting very very global. Could you imagine subset of of the international seat. Yellows international government leaders working together to do that. Another goal will be convincing countries like china. Stop building new. Coal fired power plants. That's an area that could affect the politics of climate change back in the us to congressman. Connor lamb says many voters his western pennsylvania district where natural gas is big are still more skeptical of the need to make big changes in energy production. He says there's a mindset of what's the use of china and india are still burning coal and those things could earn for the next fifty years. So you can do everything that that the left in the sunrise movement stuff. You could do everything that those people want in the united states and it makes up like fifteen percent of world conditions and that gets to the bigger challenge for kerry and the rest of the biden administration climate experts and advocates agreed the best way to prove to the rest of the world. The us is serious about climate change again is to pass sweeping policies to lower emissions within the country's borders and doing that means not just uniting various wings of the democratic party. It likely means convincing republicans in congress and conserve the judges on the federal courts to go along with policies that their party has long opposed so perhaps the most important diplomacy will have to happen inside the us. Not around the world scott detro- npr news
NYC mayor says city may face another full shutdown
"And relief, but also with a note of caution, as we hear from WCBS reporter which Lam the arrival of the vaccine in the beginning of vaccinations in New York City, found an exultant mayor de Blasio, declaring What a beautiful day for New York City and amazing Day the day we have been waiting for. From this day forward, the vaccine will be distributed and we will turn the tide on the coronavirus. This is a day to celebrate and the blahs you noted, It marks the beginning of what he called the largest mobilization ever undertaken to protect the people of this city, the largest vaccination effort and our history at the same time. The mayor warned that Cove it 19 2nd wave is growing ever larger. De Blasio underscored his agreement with Governor Cuomo that at the current rate we're going, you have to be ready for a full shutdown. A pause like we had back at the end of the spring. Rich lamb, WCBS news Radio eight eighties.
Thousands gather in Washington D.C. to show support for Trump
"Of president. Trump's supporters are rallying in the nation's capital today. The crowds are smaller than last month's dc maga- march but the unifying cause is the same. The unsubstantiated claim that the presidential election was rigged as npr's hannah alum reports speakers and protesters chanted a now familiar list of grievances. Disinformation about election fraud leftist protesters and the pandemic as with previous rallies a diverse mix of trump voters mingled with the extremist fringe including the proud boys confederate groups and kyun on conspiracy theorists speakers included. Trump's pardoned ex national security adviser. Michael flynn the crowd. Cheered is trump. Briefly flew overhead in the marine one helicopter on his way to another event similar rallies are taking place at state capitals across the country and our lamb. Npr news washington.
Authorities suspect there might be a man-eating mountain lion on the loose near Dallas
"County man linked to a mountain lion. The Hood County Sheriff's Office issued a warning to residents after man was found dead falling with the Tarrant County medical examiner called an attack by a wild animal, possibly a mountain lion. On Thursday, deputies found the body of 28 year old Christopher Alan Whitely in a wooded area off how road he had been reported missing the day before. Meantime, amount line was spotted on a security camera in Dallas County. On Tuesday. The big cat was walking down a dirt road and round let Kim Lamb kins, WB AP News From the W B A P
"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..
How We Study Alzheimer's and Potential Treatments
"We have two guests today. the first is alan pal quits. He is the senior research professor of medicine and president and ceo of the indiana biosciences research institute. Also joining us is bruce lamb. He is director of stark neuroscience institute. Welcome both of you. Thank you so we usually like to start off by asking people how they got to the position that they're in like how does one become a senior research professor of medicine allen and what is president and ceo of the indiana biosciences research institute. So if you could tell us a bit about what you do and how you got here so thank you very much earned so I think my experience has been somewhat atypical. In terms of coming into academia. I spent twenty eight years at the leeann. Company started off as a bench level. Scientists of medicinal chemist and eventually in my last eleven years woods the vice president discovery chemistry research and technologies where oversaw small molecule drug discovery across all the areas of therapeutic interests that lily so this was a very rich experience and and after being there for quite some time. I had the opportunity to make an early retirement at the end of two thousand seventeen. And i was thinking about my next steps and i had developed long relationship with a not shaker. Who the rhinos. The key leader here at a school of medicine and asked me to come over and help with the position. Health initiative than any perspective that i could provide in and input in you know things kind of transpired in i came over as a professor of medicine and eventually met bruce and you know a lot about our work together here in the past year and really create some great synergies and then as i spent some time that you another opportunity came up in in the community and this lousy indiana bioscience research institute which is an organization that really had a ton of blossomed out of a vision to really create additional note of innovative research and capabilities. That would draw the community together and diorite been around for about five or six years. And now i'm there to really help create additional bridges and create new scientific directions that really elevate The the sciences here in the mid west. And hopefully beyond great and bruce sort of what what has been your experience. How did you get to hear. Thanks a lot erin. So i'm a phd level basic scientist by training. I was at johns hopkins At case western. Reserve university. In cleveland clinic in doing science research into alzheimer's disease actually for my entire career and then I saw this unity to come to indiana in early. Two thousand sixteen to lead out this translational neuroscience research institute Stark neurosciences research institute. And it's a really unique Place that brings together. Clinicians basic scientists translational People now drug discovery as well sort of brings everybody together into one location to really do innovative and interdisciplinary research. So we wanted to talk today about alzheimer's disease. So i'd really like to start by just for our listeners. What is alzheimer's disease. Yeah so alzheimer's. Disease is obviously a brain disease And it was first described. And i think the history is important because it sort of still sort of how we've sort of you. The disease was described by a bavarian neuropathologist us alzheimer in early nineteen hundreds And he had a patient who had dementia sort of loss of memory She had paranoia clinical features that she had and then when she died Being a neuro pathologist he looked in her brain did standard stains at the time and described this unique brain pathology which still even today sort of defines the disease and that was primarily that there were two primary major neuro-pathological hallmarks that he observed in the brain tissue one where these amyloid Sort of the sticky substances which were aggregating in the brain and the other words what we currently today called neurofibrillary tangles which is another Brain pathology and even today it still sort of those two primary brain pathologies that are pathan demonic for alzheimer's disease. However i will say that as we've gotten into the modern age and in our began to understand the complexities reprieve that alzheimer's disease is a is a complex set of probably multiple disorders which are very related to one. Another but actually. There's probably not one set of alzheimer's disease out
"lamb" Discussed on Solid Joys Daily Devotional
"August thirty one. The lion and the lamb. Behold, my servant whom I have chosen. My beloved with whom my soul is well pleased. I will put my spirit upon him and he will proclaim justice to the gentiles. He will not quarrel or cry aloud nor will anyone hear his voice in the streets a bruise reed he will not break and a smoldering wick he will not quench until he brings justice to victory. An his name, the gentiles will hope. Matthew Twelve eighteen to twenty one quoting Isaiah forty to. The father's very soul exalts with joy over the servant like meekness and compassion. Of? His son. When a is bent. And about to break the Servant will tenderly hold it upright until it heals. When a wick is smoldering and has scarcely any heat left the servant will not pinch it off but copies hand and blow gently until it burns again. Dust the father cries behold my servant in whom my soul delights. The worth and beauty of the sun come not just from His Majesty. Nor just from his meekness. But from the way these mingle in perfect proportion. When the angel cries in revelation five to who is worthy to open the scroll and break it seals the answer comes back. We know more behold the lion of the tribe of Judah. The root of David has conquered so that he can open the scroll in seven seals revel in five five. God loves the strength of the lion of Judah. This is why he's worthy in God's eyes to open the scrolls of history unfold the last days. bought. The picture is not. How did the lion conquer. The next verse describes his appearance. And between the throne and the four living creatures and among the elders I saw. A lamb standing as though it had been slain revelation five six. Jesus is worthy of the father's delight not only as the lion of Judah. But also as the slain lamb. This is the peculiar glory of Jesus. Christ God's in Carnet Son. The stunning mingling of Majesty and meekness..
"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 Stuff You Should Know
"Hey welcome to short stuff I'm Josh. There's Chuck Mrs Short stuff we're talking about hill nursery rhyme pretty door 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 bike 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 lamb 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. Save 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.
"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 Blogging the Boys
"We're all looking at through these days as soon as possible. I mentioned it. It's made I and I have to be honest. I am a little disappointed. Frankly in the world. I did not see the Justin Timberlake. It's going to be may seem that much and I don't know what to do with this disappointment. Honestly I mean. I had a couple of friends who posted it. You know throughout the last couple of days in Charlotte to them of course but I feel like I saw it about fifty percent at best the rate that I normally see it and so I don't know if we're just getting tired of them I don't know what's going on there but either way let's pick it up all right. This is a yearly ritual. We can't let it go. We can't start slacking. Are we have certain things that we have to celebrate a society when it comes to Pop Culture? Kind of memes references. You've got the Justin Timberlake. It's going to be me. You've got on October third. What Day is it shadow? Takeda hearing you've got remember remember the fifth of November and of course we just celebrated the perfect date April twenty fifth. Not Too hot not too cold. All you need is a light jacket so make sure you bought up world anyway. It is a new month. We have so much going on here on the block of the boys. Podcast feed and WanNa make sure you are aware and before I tell you what we have coming up. I want to thank you. We all WanNa think at blog on the boys because we are doing. We're having a great time putting together as many podcasts. In as many interviews as we can and according to different you know different things different places you are putting us among the very best and we are so appreciative to everyone who has subscribed everyone who enjoys our content. We all love The Dallas Cowboys and we all love talking about them. We all love figuring out what they're doing and putting together the puzzle that is the cowboys in dissect in this and doing this and doing that. And whatever and we're so grateful just eternally grateful that you choose us to be part of your cowboys fan. We know that you have a lot of places to go for cowboys content and so we are so grateful that you have chosen to put us in your lives. And if you're new around here I know we do have a lot of new subscribers. So welcome one and all. You know bathrooms on the left. flash photography is permitted and whatnot. But look on the blog of the worst. Podcast feed you get five different shows. That's what makes us very unique on our one podcast feed just by subscribing in one place you get five different shows. Every day you get dish starts off. We give you the latest greatest headlines. The big things you gotTa know so that when you show up to the water cooler or the Zoom Water Cooler these days you know what's going on in the world of the cowboys. I WanNa make sure you are prepared right then on Mondays and Fridays. You get episodes of girls talk and boys with Kelsey Charles and Murray after this episode of the Ocho about lunch time ish today on Friday. You'll have a brand new episode. The girls had on the athletics. Dana Brugge alert a breakdown. Of course the Dallas cowboys draft class and a whole bunch of stuff Sort of surrounding the draft and whatnot. So that is always a great time on Tuesdays. You'll get a brand new episode of the seven five zero with myself two time superbowl champion. Tony Casillas that's right baby. We have a super bowl win on our roster every Tuesday you get to hear from Tony Casillas and we have some fun stuff coming up on that show on Wednesdays you get talking the draft with Connor Livesey and Miller and guys. I don't WanNa ruin everything. But they have some fun stuff planned for next week so make sure you pay attention there. Thursdays you a new episode of Bruce and the boys with Michael Sizemore and Tom Rile so you get a new show every day beyond your daily headlines Your daily Kinda WanNa one and we want to make sure that you have all of that discussion all of that analysis so again. You have the very best when it comes to America's team because you are the very best and that's what you deserve so this week is going to be a little bit different right this weekend. We we we know that. You've you've been working hard. I have to mow the yard this weekend. I'm being honest with you right now. Looking forward to it I who does look forward to it. Although I will say I got like ten minutes in doing all of a sudden does kind of become relaxing. But that's not going to happen. I'm going to enjoy being upset about it and complaining but whatever you have going on this weekend you are going to have a lot of content to consume all right so later today you girls talking boys with Dane Burglar as a Special Guest Tomorrow Special Bonus episode of Girls Talk Invoice With Jessica Cudi from sooner TV. That's right Jessica and the girls talked about naval gallimore. It's going to be great. You'RE GONNA enjoy. I promise Sunday you get another bonus episode of girls talk and voice and the girls interviewed Stephen Colletti. That's right if you're an og MTV fan perhaps you remember Steven from Laguna Beach. Maybe you don't know whatever your cup of teas but Stephen is a huge cowboys fan. And so they talked to him kind of figured out where his Phantom started he tells a lot of stories that are really interesting about La. Tony Romo's mentioned Marian Barbara. I don't WanNa give the whole show away but look forward to that on Sunday. Also on Sunday talk in the draft connor indulgent going to have on not going to spoil which one but one of the Dallas Cowboys undrafted free agents from this year's class. So get ready get hyped. Buckle UP WE'RE GONNA have ourselves a good time for the next couple of days but today we have a few things to get into and the first one is that people are pissed. Oh my gosh. People are so mad. Dallas COWBOYS FANS erupted in anger on Friday. When it was kind of talked about you know we went over this week. And we talked about the rookie numbers for this year's rookie class drafted class. I should say we had Bobby Beltran from NFL now. Working Hey Trevan Daves thirty one I like it Reggie Robinson forty one. I like it be honest. Sixty three not the best however we did not officially know what number CD lamb was going to wear. He did say last week after being drafted five through the fan that he wanted to wear number ten. Okay cool. Whoa WHOA WHOA MISSISSIPPI. After that Jerry Jones in the post draft press conference said that he wanted to wear number eighty eight in honor of his late friend. His late teammate. Jerry Lamb who played with Jerry Jones on the University of Arkansas National Championship team in nineteen sixty one. He wore number eight. And I'll be honest. I actually did not fully connect those dots until yesterday all right. It was on Thursday when I said the name Jerry. Lamb out loud talking to somebody else that I realized that I mean because when I first heard it I thought Oh. His last name was lamb just like CDs and that was kind of where my brain ended on it. But then I realized this is literally like Jerry Lamb Jerry Jones. I honestly and I realized that so. We found out officially on Thursday. That CD LAMB is going to be wearing number. Eighty eight four. The Dallas Cowboys and people freaked out. People are so mad people have opinions on this from a number of directions and Look Jersey. Numbers are very important. We had a whole episode dedicated to them for goodness sake right. Jersey numbers are of utmost importance. They have to make sense. They have to fit the size of the player that style of the player though the color of the Jersey on and on and on so Jersey numbers have to make sense. I think cd-rom would have looked fantastic. A number ten. I think he would look great in eighty one. I think it's certainly kind of messes with your brain because Dez Bryant were in this. You know I guess the best way to say he's he wore a in the twitter age right and so we're certainly used to seeing it in different ways and so it's hard to necessarily put that image on something else plus what people are really really really leaning on here. Is that CD lamb. People are taking the fact and I'm not trying to put words in or take words out of cd-roms mouth but they're taking what he said. I Wanna through the fan about wanting to wear ten and his exact words were bringing ten to Dallas. Some derivative of that people are saying like this dude wanted to wear number ten jerry. Jones is forcing eight on him. Look maybe CDs first choices number ten. I don't know maybe. Cd JUST ASSUMED. The eighty-eight not available. Maybe that really would have been his first choice. There's a lot of possibilities here. However I don't think it's worth getting up in arms over it is. It is cool in one way to have this legacy with the cowboys right that you have all these guys that are associated and affiliated with this one number this one banner makes me think of what. Hans said indeed to the mighty ducks when he's like a new banner. That part is so awesome by the way chills but it is cool that you have all these guys that are associated with the ADA in so very interesting no disrespect of course intended for Antonio Bryant but it is what it is so CD will be wearing number. Eighty eight days himself offered his opinion of course Dez Bryant lots of people tagging Dez on twitter and kind of wanting his thoughts and Dez finally offered one up he he added CD. Yeah there's there's no no no non adding happening here but does added. Cd-rom and said Bu and be great in terms of his thoughts on cd-rom wearing number eighty. Eight and I think this is my opinion. I think that there are people who are emotionally upset because Dez Bryant is one of the best players in Dallas cowboys franchise history and this is an to take anything away of course from Drew Pearson or Michael Irvin but obviously Dez Bryant played most recently for the cowboys of those three and I think people are internalizing how they feel about Dez and number eighty eight and the fact it does has openly pined to return to the Dallas cowboys specifically. I think that people are taking that. And then you know. Baking that emotion with a sprinkling of CD lamb wanting to wear number ten and pulling something out of the oven. That says this isn't right. Jerry shouldn't force any number on. Cd-rom whatever look if cd-rom is fine with it and I feel like if cd-rom were truly against it like some people think he is then we would know overall as cool as important as Jersey numbers. Aren't they really? Aren't that important. But it is fascinating. There's no doubt about it. I mean this is. This is a significant thing. And it's worth mentioning if the cowboys handed out eighty-eight after Michael Irvin's career very very very quickly. We talked about this. I wrote about this. They handed out ninety four to Randy Gregory one year after. They cut demarcus ware so they don't necessarily hold an incredible emotional attachment to it or at least from the perspective that they are not unwilling to hand it out and lots of people always bring this up. I thought it was retired. I thought it was to be literal here because this is an important data point at least there are no Jersey numbers officially retired by the Dallas cowboys. And that's again being very liberal. There are no numbers that are officially retired by the Dallas cowboys. There are of course numbers that they do not hand out. You will not see anybody even in rookie rookie years or whatever wearing number twelve number. Eight wearing twenty two. I have to imagine wearing number nine for the foreseeable future. They do handout. Seventy four. Although a lot of that is because well you know. It's easy to avoid eight or nine. Because it's not like you're having you know numbers one through one thousand nine hundred and can only be one by quarterback or not only but quarterbacks can only wear numbers one through nineteen. And it's not like you're having enough quarterbacks to burn up all of the numbers That are available to even with kickers and whatnot. So generally the cowboys can easily avoid a twelve and nine And so something like that is a little bit easier. It's hard to avoid handing out seventy four because of the number of Defensive Lineman and offensive linemen that you have Throughout preseason training camp everything and so we do sometimes see number. Seventy four handed out last year to Jalen jokes had been given adorns Armstrong before and so but ultimately if a rookie has that number and makes the team like doorns Armstrong did then he changes it rather quickly he changed. Ninety-two Jalen jokes. By the way now whereas is number ninety six. So yeah it's It's one of those things I mean. It's just one of those things one of those Dallas cowboys things and sometimes that's how the Dallas cowboys role but we have a bunch of things to get into but before we do. We have to do something that we always do very quickly here award.
"lamb" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast
"I watch a big twelve football. He is. He's a little bit out of that vein of the tyreek Hill if you're trying to get at smaller wide receiver. But he's got unbelievable athleticism. He could get up and get his hands on any ball. So it's that kind of thing when you were talking to The folks I don't WanNa give your sources away. I'll let you say them. If you want to but you were talking earlier offscreen about how difficult it was to sort of judge some of these wide receivers in this draft. What did when you were learning about that. What did you hear like about the Alabama receiver judy and then CD lamb or the things that stood out yet? While I talked to John Elway former hall of fame Super Bowl winning quarterback who made the decision tonight to fix ahead of the cowboys to take Jerry. Judy Alabama receiver earlier. Today was talking to Elway. He that he was a little concerned about a couple of different things. In the evaluation process Earth. Part of it was the high boss rate among first round wide receivers in the NFL was a factor in there putting their board together many said of the two players you know we're talking about Judy. And lamb he said the hardest thing. Is You Watch? Oh you on tape. And they've got everybody's spread out so lamb is never cover. And he said in any watch Judy Alabama and they have so many other threats at these guys are always wide asphalt and so it's really hard to judge them as players because they're not covered like they're gonna be covered in the NFL. Fight off press coverage. You know people are allowed to just isn't the quality of defensive player across the Board in College football weekly basis that you see in the NFL and now obviously GonNa play with better. Throwers too But but the thing that was interesting to me and I probably talk to. You know half a dozen defensive coordinators personnel people general managers about those two players and it was a little surprising to me now. Elway obviously graded judy a higher higher than he did lamb because he took him with lamb still on the board but everybody else. I talked to Seemed to have lamb slightly ahead of Judy and a lot of it was acknowledged. Judy was a more polished route runner. could create a separation but lamb played with laying and ball skills and athleticism at a great ability to get open and there was. I think you know somebody told me that Lamb is just more of a football player than duties duties. A receiver lamb is a football player. You know he's a punt returner You could be physical player Obviously a great run after catch type player and so all of those things consider the sense. I got from this group of people I talked to was a jerry. Judy know is a better route runner at he might right now. Be a slightly better player lamb. But he's I kind of fear he is what he is and he doesn't have the ceiling. That Lambda A to continue to improve and get better and over time. Lamb will prove to be the superior receiver in the in in the majority opinion in isolated. Well that's interesting. I in that makes sense. Lamb is someone who relapses out there. Also say you know maybe this has something do Alabama wide receivers. When you were just describing. Judy I started thinking about Amari. A Mardi Amari is one of the smoothest route runners in the league. I don't know what was going on last year whether an injury whatever that was really weird stuff but he obviously he's got a huge on-track. This should be a complementary thing. Because the way you were just describing. Judy is kind of a Mari. If everything's right and he can go out there and is Adis right and he can run his routes he can be very very. You'll be a great wide receiver. This guy ed CD lamb saw it against Baylor in the in the big twelve title game. It's like if there's one miscarriage or somebody runs past him. He's just gone like each other. Worldly in fact remember the wide receiver that went in the first round to the Ravens wherever marquees Brown Hollywood Brown from Oklahoma. He's a very. He was a very integrate zero. I I don't think these Cd's different level. And in in. So I only got to seventeen because there were just so many of these guys and then some other stuff happened. That pushed him down a little bit smother surprising things and people. That run on up into tackles. Everybody's like Oh Gosh. We got to have one of these about that. Becton's dad you gotta look at that. Trump MCI Beckons Dad. Out There Laino. That's that I was thinking. Maybe draft him. What did you think of a CD lamb? You're on that conference call I With CD LAMB. What how did he strike? You was E- elated as you would think was. He reserved what what was his personality. Like what did he say that was interesting? Yeah he was. He's excited about the opportunity to play with the cowboys. I think he is well. Aware of the offensive potential And he's joining and things you'll be very he'll make an immediate impact. I think it'll be interesting to see based on the projections. I think both teams believe there's going to be a preseason. Many significant kind leading up to a seasonally hoped to play on time. And so you know the the the he's GonNa have to learn fast and he's joining an offense where it's kind of already in transition anyway and there's going to be a limited number of opportunities from to get out of the field will people be playing west and we've already seen that historically receivers don't necessarily make a huge impact first year and you were talking a minute ago about. Amari Cooper and I think some people would look at this and say what does this mean for Michael Gallup going for? I think this is this. This is a bigger threat to Amari Cooper in my mind because if you look at the contract he signed with the cowboys after sampling. Free Agency for part of the day Whilst the five hundred million dollar contract the cowboys can really get out of it. After two years and forty million dollars and save themselves the rest. Should they choose to do so so I think you know a Bar? Cooper's going to have to be a more consistent player and he's going to have to perform better in big games against top corners? Wish he didn't do last year doesn't if that doesn't get rectified. Over the next two years and then there's a chance cowboys walkaway from Mario Cooper two years from now all right. Yeah Good Ed. The Comparisons Amari Judy. All those things of fascinating in appreciate you Boil it all. Your research has come to pass And I do want to say this. Ed Be I mean this draft. They'll get going tomorrow. It does put a little pressure on the cowboys when you think about day to. We thought we thought this was definitely going to be deepest draft. Now I mean and it's not always we saw last year Tristen Hill didn't get anything done or the cowboys. So there's no there's no guarantee you just go find a guy second round and plug them in he's going to be your pass lesser. He's going to be your starting cornerback. What they really do need to sign a starter on defense while it's not just at the edge. Rusher is also in the secondary I mean. They got all their prominent players in the secondary our contract after this upcoming season. And you're talking about trying to get better on defense when you've lost your sack leader in Robert Lost Your best. Cover quarter Byron Jones. No they made some nice additions. I think with some veteran players on defensive line but who's going to rush the passer from the other side Alden Smith Demarcus Lawrence will be at effective player wherever he is Randy Gregory and Alden Smith and tyrone Crawford. I'm not sure that's good enough to get it done unless you know. Alden Smith goes back to being a he wasn't twenty thirteen but there's no indication you should have any such expectations and I think the secondary is a huge issue as well. But I think what we're looking at right now is a team is gonNA have to outscore their opponents and they probably should expect defensively to to be in the same predicament. They were all last year one of the worst teams in football in the DAX Z. Garra they rank twenty seven the NFL and creating turnovers in rank Thirty turnovers I'm sorry in twenty seven in pass rush percentage so I wouldn't expect either one of those things to get significantly better given the moves. They made tonight even though I think they did the right thing. And all right yeah. I think that's a good point that you feel like they stuck with their board. Actually did it. But it's GONNA be. It's the see how they do this. Upbeat bits and the truth is we saw last year. They put up some great offenses numbers. But we also know fool's gold those numbers or that the Patriots jets game Wears comes to mind bears. I mean you know a lot of those one of those numbers came in certain games and it and the offense was not as consistent as it needed to be. I do have to Think that Beck Prescott Guy I mean this is a you talk about you. Know they brought in they. Extent you with a tight end. They got these great wide receiver. So it'll be I hate to I mean I to bring it up because it's just such a sad thing but I do think we should note that Back Prescott Cowboys statement it. Whilst one of his older brothers two older brothers and JAS One of his older brothers passed away and again. We don't have a lot of details on it. We do know though the cowboys permit with statement and of course they've asked for privacy but just a profoundly sad story coming out during the draft. Tonight I I was on some things and said something and somebody tweeted me is today. Did you hear about this? And I started looking around and they're sweet various week and then of course with the cowboys statement we. We knew it really happened so really sad night for the Prescott family. Yeah you know I did that. Big Feature on Act last season about all his attitudes and he was really gracious his time and talked about you know all the various ones and and what the inspiration was for all of the first to be got Were the initials of his brothers. One ON HR THEY. They all three did that for each other. Each brother have the other two Initials tattooed on the back of their arms so Yeah in debt and we all know detected a you know as he rose to prominence as opportunities commercially He involved his brothers and the in super commercials that he did for gambles so Yeah time for Prescott for sure. All Right Ed in I hate to end on such a sad note. So win on a lighter note. Did you happen to notice that I caused a little stir on on twitter new? Got Gotcha. Well I don't know Donald going and got in trouble. Although you know some of our local scolding people I think Brad Shams won't get in trouble. You only get in trouble because you don't really represent an organization like you don't have a boss. I if you and.
"lamb" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast
"It is the doomsday podcast. Zoom version at night and see each other. As we're doing this has been out at his house tonight. A lot of great work all the way from doing today doing some live hits and then it all comes down through the cowboys. Big Pick up at Seventeen ed What point I think you Kinda ask In the The news conference that Jerry was doing apparently from his yacht. You wanted to kind of know. When did you think it was maybe headed that way? Let me ask you the same question. Ed What was when did it start? Kind of dawning on you really. You'RE GONNA information.
"lamb" Discussed on The Chalene Show
"Know car accident. This is a very very common situation for so many families you know. I want to wrap this up. This conversation about shame in guilt and the secrets in how important is for us to recognize our own enabling behaviors. And what to do about them and despite those things in our cells in. It's all really very much boils down to self awareness and growth. Which is why you listen to the show. Obviously you are a selene show listener because you believe that you have a better life to live that you could be a better person. Part of that is sometimes doing the painful work and looking at things from our past. I think that the last thing I wanNA talk to people about when it comes to lifting the shame and the enabling is how important it is to give ourselves grace. What wisdom do you have for us those of us who are struggling with this and we know it's going to be a journey? How can we be Kinda ourselves so the first thing to recognize is that you are completely normal? You had a completely normal reaction to what you experienced and because you spent so many years than environment and you were really programmed to think and behave a certain way that really takes time to reprogram and learn how to behave in think in a different way so it is truly a journey. You will have some stumbling points. You'll feel like you're reverting back into your old ways of thinking and new circumstances will arise or a tragic event will happen and you'll find yourself very easily jumping back to how you used to think and behave and that's okay because it truly is a journey you have to then stop and maybe relearn some things as spent some time remembering that. It's your only job in life to take care of yourself so forgive when you make those mistakes along the way because at some point you'll look back and you will be a started by how far you came. That's huge Jodi. Thank you so much for being here with us today. I really appreciate you so much. You are a wealth of resource and wisdom for people who are in. This are struggling with it or think that they've moved past but wanted to just understand. It may be a little bit better first of all. Your Youtube Channel is YouTube dot com. And I believe it's forge slash. Jody M is that correct. Yes yet. Jerry M lamb. Jody M Lamb L. A. M. B. And of course those links earner show notes people can connect with you also by going to your website. Jody LAMB DOT COM got tons of resources. There plus a free book which is amazing. The title is seven things.
"lamb" Discussed on Noble Blood
"Internally his club foot made him unable to dance and he hated seen caroline with other partners he had to spend the party talking to Caroline Airlines beautiful dull religious cousin. Annabella millbank in the corner after that night Byron forbade her from Walton. Carolina acquiesced their friends tried to keep them apart they were fire and gasoline flint and steel and sooner or later there would only be rubble left. Caroline was a powerful woman but she was impulsive and jealous. Having an affair when you were married was all well and good. What if you could be subtle about it but caroline was finding that increasingly difficult especially once she saw how much attention Byron was getting from all all of the other women in London? Annabella millbank chuckling Li dubbed it by Romania. But even she couldn't resist asking her cousin caroline to pass along one or two of the poem she had written to the famous Byron Caroline was borne status. And she didn't give liquid other people thought of her. A Byron low born Byron craved approval and more importantly accordingly. He needed money. Few is to establish himself in proper society. He would need a rich status wife and finding it'd be all all the more difficult if he was scandalized by a wild and public liaison with a married woman when Caroline flippantly gave Byron a few of Annabella. Hannah Bellas poems. He asked Caroline whether he thought that she might make a good wife for him. Annabella was pretty and she was rich and unlike caroline lamb. Am She was unmarried. Caroline said that you've probably going to marry a man they knew named George Eden and for good measure caroline composed a sarcastic casting poem for Byron. where she sardonically wrote that Annabella would fund mother and a faithful wife? Nothing could possibly be less appealing link to the impulsive impossible to please Byron so easily bored. Nothing was boring about caroline lamb but as the a month drew on and she felt Byron's attention begin to wane her own devotion to him became all the more zealous. She became more public and more reckless. In her ardor Byron Zone friends were urging him to keep his distant Byron found that challenging especially when caroline line lamb wouldn't admit that she loved him more than her own husband. It's not that Byron could actually have her. He didn't even particularly want her anymore. But God damn it. If you didn't need to hear her say that she loved him above all else so he did at elopement. Caroline lamb responded bonded to eagerly. His bluff was called and at the urging of his friends. He retreated from London to new stat without saying goodbye goodbye. Caroline lamb was baffled and heartbroken. She sent dozens dozens of letters to newstead all of which went without a reply it was maddening. Carol became increasingly frantic. And when she I heard that Byron might have returned briefly to London she was manic. She showed up at his home. Eight Chaim Street in the middle of the day disguised as a page boy. She wasn't thinking of what a scandal it would cause to have a married woman alone at a man's house all she could think love was Byron Byron told her to leave Caroline lamb pulled a letter opener from his desk and tried to stab herself weeping with love and anger and frustration and loneliness. Didn't he remember how it felt. Hadn't he felt that loneliness that yearning when he had written childe. Harold Byron held her until she was calm until the knife dropped from her hand. Things had gone too far. Byron's friends could see it and Caroline's family could see it seeing her declining mental health. Her inlaws insisted that she spent some in time away. From London society in Ireland with Caroline Lamb safely out of the country Byron felt. It was safe to write intimately again Dan. The affair was over but he didn't WANNA lose. The flattery of having a noblewoman like Caroline Lambie madly in love with them and so in his goodbye letter letter he wrote I was and am yours freely and most entirely to obey to honor love and fly with you when where and how how you yourself might may determine throw her a bone he figured caroline lamb was out of the country and out of his ahead and Byron began a new fare. Another older titled Woman. A friend of Caroline's actually the Countess of Oxford but love could not so easily extinguish itself in Caroline Lamb. She wrote him from Ireland endlessly. She stopped eating eating. She devoted herself body and soul to the memory of her affair with Byron and the dream of rekindling it if Byron Thought aww could dismiss her with a kiss on the cheek he was incorrect and Byron had to be more explicit. Finally after months of letters I he wrote her back correct your vanity. Which is ridiculous exert your absurd caprices upon others and leave me in apiece? The letter was harsh. Unsympathetic yest- but Byron did something step further. He added the letter a final piece of nastiness that would cause the blood to leave caroline lamb's face and ignite in her a new white hot furnace of humiliation and fury fury in a final act of cruelty Byron had sealed the ladder with his new lover. Lady Oxford's wax stamp.
"lamb" Discussed on Noble Blood
"Lord Byron Story began when he was a toddler living with his mother and the two got word that his Father Mad Jack Byron and had died and in his will left all of his debt to his three year. Old Son Magic had only married Byron's mother for her money. Everyone knew that they took about a year so before he worked his way through it. After another year. He was so heavily in debt that he was forced to go into exile leaving his wife and newborn son alone to fend for themselves Byron and his mother lived in Scotland above a shop but then on a stroke of luck when Byron was eight his uncle. The Baron Byron died without an heir young. George Gordon Gordon Byron. future poet inherited his title. It was a low ranking title shore but Stella title and so young Byron Tyronn and his mother made their way from their home in Aberdeen. Down to the Estate Baron now owned Newstead Abbey Houston Houston Abbey was a wreck a crumbling stone facade with half caved in ceiling an uneven floors it would be impossible to live in. Its upkeep would be a drain on Byron's finances for the rest of his life but still it was undeniably beautiful there were Sweeping Ping ground in ancient edifices. It was a gorgeous gothic fantasy playground for the young byrant imagination newstead abbey even in decay represented everything in the world that Byron want it. Even the poet Byron can see the poetic irony of it. Being inhabitable after studying at Cambridge Byron went on a grand tour of Europe during which he published the first two cantos shows of his epic semi-autobiographical Poem Childe Harold Pilgrimage Byron returned to England as a celebrity women's swooned reading his poetry about a young disaffected man searching for meaning and failing to find it. Among the hedonism and Revelry Korea high-society who before Byron had so perfectly captured bad exquisite pain of being surrounded by people but feeling alone then stirs the feeling infinite so felt in solitude where we are least alone lady caroline lamb was born to the type of family that Byron could've only dreamed of she was the daughter of an earl and Countess Countess niece to the famous Georgiana cavendish Duchess of Devonshire and wife of a man who would go on to become prime minister at twenty six when she received an advanced copy of Byron's Childe Harold. She was one of the most eminent women in London. Caroline lamb was immediately smitten. She had heard stories about Lord Byron about his Rakish Adventures. She had heard about when he was a student at Cambridge rich and he had been forbidden from keeping his dog with him as a pet and so because the rules did not explicitly forbid it Byron had brought with him a pet Bear and now caroline read his poetry it was erased. She begged their mutual friend. Samuel Rogers to introduce her but Rogers New Byron and more importantly he knew Byron's reputation with Women Child Herald was already a sensation. -sation and Rogers was flooded with requests from increasingly desperate women begging him to introduce them to his famous friend and so with caroline lamb Rogers demured. He told her that Byron who bit his nails had a club foot and is too close together it was almost certainly unle nowhere near as attractive demand that caroline lamb conjured in her mind while reading. Childe Harold the sensitive lonely poets. She imagined Agean when she read lines like there is a pleasure in the path less would there is a rapture on the lonely shore but caroline lamb. I am would not be dissuaded from meeting him. If he's ugly as a Sop I must see him. She informed Rogers. She decided to write Byron a letter. She addressed it to childe. Harold I have read your book and cannot refrain from telling you that I think it beautiful. You deserve to be and you shall. I'll be happy. Do not throw away such talents as you possess in gloom and regret for the past and above all live here in your own own country which will be proud of you. She left the letter. Anonymous Lord Byron had been receiving a lot of letters from female admirers admirers. He'd been receiving so many letters. In fact that when women requested locks of his hair he started sending back clippings from his doc swain but caroline lamb could do something that none of the other women writing to Byron could she could imitate him his poetry rather almost perfectly and so just two days after she sent the first anonymous letter. She sent a second in which you wrote fourteen lines with the same meter of Childe Harold. A perfect Oma strong love. I feel for one I shall not name what I should feel for. The could. Never be the same but admiration interest is free and that Child Herald may receive from me me for a man who loved himself as much as Byron Dead Caroline lamb figured correctly. There would be almost nothing more appealing than his own talent. Island reflected back at him. She signed this letter ardent her passions. were she was still married. Woman and discretion was needed. Caroline lamb ended the second letter by asking Byron to leave his response for her at the circulating library on Bond Street. Under the false name mm-hmm Mr Sydney Alison Caroline. Lamb waited and waited and waited. No response came. It was a rare thing for a woman like caroline lamb astronomically aristocratic not to get what she wanted but her moment with Byron would come soon enough she saw him for the first time just a few days later in person at a ball held by lady Western moreland where he stood so pale and still that he looked like a marble statue. Come to life. Byron was sometimes described as an alabaster vase lit from within. He was not classically handsome but he was impossible to look away from so charming and compelling that he had both women and men desperate for just a moment of his attention he was standing at the edge of the ballroom Byron born with a club foot and always self conscious about it never danced but over the years in his bedroom alone he had figured out exactly the right way to stand so as club foot was impossible bowl to say so that from a distance he looked tall and straight and striking. He wasn't incredibly vain man. He would go days eating only biscuit water to maintain his slender figure. He kept his necklines low to show off the curve of his collarbone and he knew just how to look at a woman from underneath his dark curls to make it so that you would never be able to think of anyone else at the party. Lord Lord Byron saw Caroline Lamb and caroline lamb saw him flirting with other women but the two made eye contact from across the room and while she danced and Byron froude himself for declining to answer her letter from making her weight prepared to make his introductions and but before he could approach her caroline lamb was gone she had left the party. Early Byron was in thrall a woman I not only had written to him but then had chosen to shrug her shoulders and glide out of party before they could meet in person if if he hadn't written back to her she figured he could be the one to chase her but cool and elegant is she had seemed leaving the western Moreland ball when Caroline got home. Her heart was pounding with the memory of that strange and handsome man in her diary that very night she wrote the words that would be associated associated with Byron for centuries to come mad bad and dangerous to know but you wrote another sentence about Byron less remembered yes but for caroline lamb. Far More prophetic. That beautiful Pale face she wrote will be my fate one morning without announcing himself. Lord Byron came with his friend Samuel Rogers to caroline lamb's house. She had not been expecting guests and she entered the house. Hot and sweaty from a morning of Riding Byron had come with the gift arose your Ladyship I am told all that has new and rare for a moment he sad it was done caroline lamb was in love and the two began an affair that turned aristocratic London. On its head for months Byron called on Caroline Lamb frequently bringing her books and holding her young son Augusta's on his knee caroline lamb and Byron tyronn shared interests and gardening and dogs and philosophy. They spent long evenings in rooms. Lit only by dwindling fireplaces. Reading the Castle of Toronto side-by-side Are Gossiping About People that they met at parties. He called her Carro and she adopted that nickname mainly everyone the two wrote each other multiple times. A day Byron told caroline lamb secrets he had never shared with anyone else else. He told her about his first love his cousin Mary who broke his heart when he wants overheard her saying. Do you think that I could care anything for that. Lame Boy Byron told Caroline Lamb about his love affairs at University with the Chorus Star John at Allston and two other other boys homosexuality was still a capital offence in England. One that could get Byron hanged. Karasin Byron a lock of her pubic cubic hair cut so close to the skin that it clung to dried blood. Byron sent back a golden locket engraved with his family motto to create a Byron have faith in Byron but even when the two were in love it was never an easy domestic love the two were artistic spirits and they craved drama. Carro invited Byron to a Walton Dance. And though he accepted he sees.
"lamb" Discussed on Noble Blood
"The first week of December in eighteen twelve when a frost had just barely begun to cling to the expansive the answer lawns of Brockett Hall Lady. Caroline lamb ordered that a massive bonfire be built since Lord Byron had first arrived in London society. Heidi a little under a year ago. Caroline lamb's behavior had become increasingly strange outrageous. Even the staff had learned now to ask too many questions from the nearby village of well when Caroline gathered a group of local girls and told them all to dress in white within minutes she she was leading them down the road. In ghostly procession towards the Sky Looking Orange flames she was like Pied Piper pulling them forward not with music but with the implacable magnetic force of her single-minded resolve and her gleeful anger. While the village girls danced around the flames caroline lamb revealed an effigy. She had built of Lord Byron made of Straw but unmistakable. She threw it onto the flames. As the fire leapt higher and began to consume the figure of Straw caroline lamb began tossing other things into the fire. Letters quills books rings. And a golden locket and then once everything caroline lamb had left of her former lover was burning. She began to recite a poem that she had written. Burn fire burn while wondering boys exclaim all gold and trinkets glitter in the flame. Any chill in the December air was gone. Caroline lamb a so close to the heat of the fire that her hair clung with sweat her forehead. She stood so close to the flames that they reflected in her. Dark eyes is yellow orange and dancing with a hellish fury. Caroline lamb didn't seem to blink although history is made Lord Byron synonymous with the wild passions of poetry. It's his most famous lover. Caroline land who I confess I believe make some more fitting getting figurehead. For the romantic era. Caroline lamb was a woman driven mad with love who shed all vanity all concerned for society or propriety and devoted herself entirely to the object of her affection. She quite literally lost herself. Self in poetry Byran charming handsome vain. Miserable Byron was talented but he never lost offsite of his exact position in society and where he might move next. He was impatient and easily bore. Isn't passion supposed to run deep on that December night in eighteen twelve caroline lamb burned all of the trinkets she had of her affair. There with the era's most famous writer but Byron's hold on her heart would last for the rest of her life. The two were locked in her wretched chid beautiful bands and when caroline lamb was scorned. She was happy to leave ashes in her. Wake I'm Dana. Dana Schwartz and this is noble blood.
"lamb" Discussed on I Was There Too
"She's not me and she wants to live. I mean, I guess I wanted to live through, but I guess, you know, whatever self esteem issues or high school whatever was going on. Yeah. Remnants of that. Right. Did you read the book to proprietor did? And and my favorite goes. I like red dragon the book like horrifying. I like silence of the lambs the movie, and then I liked the book of sound Slim's. I mean, although there were things in the book that I really liked like she was wasn't. She stoned. I think she was stone. I don't know is that I remember it that way when she gets abducted s she's like with her boyfriend, and she left a bag of chips in the car or something like that. This up. I might be crazy. And I just thought, wow, that's hard even more horrifying that. You're stoned, and you go get some chips and end up in a whole like, oh, the paranoia alone. Exactly. Yeah. So that was cool in the book. And and also there was this whole thing about the song that I'm going to sing in the car. Yeah. You wanted to is this right? You want? You're a fan of the New York City hardcore and you wanted them to use a bad brain side, did well he just said, what would you be singing the Narin for me at that time? It would have been the bad brands for sure. But then he was kind of trying to explain how I am the American Girl like without you know, bashing me over the head with it. So and it was also tell me something good. Yeah. It was like those two got down to those two. And it's perfect that it's the American Girl. And was it played what are you shooting or put in impose? No. And it was the shooting that scene was insane. It was like a last second. Oh, we finished early. Let's try to grab that scene. And I was like in a car on an in studio that was made out of an old factory in Pittsburgh. And there was this prop woman. And she there was like a giant, you know to buy four under the wheel. And they were like unbelievable. And I was like, wait. I'm not ready. Yeah. So the music was or wasn't not playing because it's so at that point it could be either Rufus and Chaka Khan or Tom petty. And you don't even know. Oh, no. I think they'd made the. Of course. Sorry. Yeah. But it's not like it was like, you know, blessed in through the place, maybe somebody. I mean, this is before cell phones. So it's not like they just pulled it up on that. I can't really remember the music part. Maybe there was something. Interesting..
"lamb" Discussed on Beef and Dairy Network
"They were had a lot of questions that look which is like why is who bag bleeding and what is that smell why do i have any clothes uh why is your weiser passport just like covered in meat juice as jessica says she was able to come to this country mcell the suitcase full of flooring lome absolutely legally where we living in a world where lamb is legal amid source who still legal it says that this is permissible with this is okay it's not and i don't know why they're not stepping in order to while they're not doing more to stop young people getting hold of lamb personally i think they should be raised at every port they should they any refrigerated van they should be going it and terry out the lam because it's just it's upsetting the mall hasn't been done the arche lesson example of how this current government is just slow to act on land so do you think it is the specific government for example is it the conservative party in this country or is it across the board because you know we all heard those reports of the labour party conference absolutely reeking of mid souls of the the smell kicking off the back of a hotel yet some people having to be all supplies just from the fumes coming out from the windows from the party conference and that's the problem that we've got has because it's the hypocrisy that is the hearts of government the the one hand there saying we can a crackdown on land and then of course nothing ever comes of it they plays well when you're campaigning but then when it comes to actually implementing it nothing is ever done we seeing same thing in the us the minute we seeing senators who come out and say weaken a we can establish lancome protect our young people and then what do you see him doing you see them in a restaurant the next day and they're having a cutler wealth surprise surprise i think a lot of people in the anti lam community were.