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'Culture Jamming' With PrimeTime Alex Stein

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:26 min | 3 weeks ago

'Culture Jamming' With PrimeTime Alex Stein

"Alex Stein. If you haven't heard of him prime time, 99 Alex Stein, Jackson. I can't even see that on the radio. I'm already going crazy, Morgan. Oh my goodness. Well, thank you. Thank you for taking time. If you're very busy day, you're a small businessman, and an Internet sensation apparently. So praise B, thank you for joining. That is true. And as my sister and Christ, I appreciate being here. And let me tell you something. Being a viral sensation is not easy. It's a lot of pressure and a lot of people have been like, oh, Alex, you know, it's congratulations on all your success or your viral videos. Going viral is a terrible thing Morgan because now I'm like, what am I gonna do next? I've already worn women's swimwear to a city council meeting and like I'm literally gonna have to jump in a fire and light myself on fire next. I just don't know the pressure is it's overwhelming sometimes. Oh my God, okay, so if people are listening and are aware, he's very satirical. And that's the whole point, Alex Stein is hilarious and goes and makes fun of the crazy lefties, the wokeness at city council meetings and government public hearings where you can speak directly to your representatives. And so Alex don't hate me, but I have a clip that I want to show of you and the women's bathing suit. So if we could play that producers. Hello, how are you guys doing, counsel? So my name is Alexandria Stein. And I'm here today to call out transphobia here in Plano. I'm currently being restricted from swimming in the city of planet swim league against the women, even though it's clear that I reassigned my gender last week, like for example, do I look like a man? Obviously a not. This is a woman, but they're not going to let me swim and compete against the ladies because they're transphobia. So what I need you guys to do is I need you to wake up. We have champions like Leah Thomas. She's an NCAA champion. The best swimmer in college today. I can't get a scholarship unless I'm able to send a recruiting tape to these colleges. So they say, oh, oh, you have an unfair advantage Alexandria. What looks like? Does this look like an unfair advantage to you? Alex, can you explain what that was there? Okay, Morgan. So what that is, that's a crazy man that was dropped on his head as a child that has a lot of social issues and what he decided was is he going to do what is called culture jamming is and where we take the most absurd parts of our culture and we jam it in the public's face to try to bring awareness to how crazy the world has become. So people are like,

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Every Man Should Read J.S. Shelton's 'Unmuzzled: Escaping Sexual Sin'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:40 min | 3 weeks ago

Every Man Should Read J.S. Shelton's 'Unmuzzled: Escaping Sexual Sin'

"I'm excited right now because I get to talk to Jeremy Shelton. He goes by JS Shelton. He's written a book titled. Are you ready? Unmuzzled, escaping sexual sin, Satan's grip on men, Josh McDowell, whom I revere says every man should read this book. Every man, including Leah Thomas, and here's my guest, Jeremy. Jeremy, welcome to the program. Hey, glad to be here, Eric. Okay, so we got to go to the beginning. There are very few topics that are more important that are more central to human life than what you write about in this book. What was it that led you to write this book in particular? Yeah, Eric, that was my struggle. I struggled with sexual morality most of my young life. See, that's where we differ. I never had a problem in that area. Now, listen, most men, this is where we are. We live in an age suffused in sexual imagery. We're living in an ugly time, and so the reason I'm glad you wrote the book is because everybody's trying to figure out how do I deal with this. And so you, first of all, you experienced it. So I guess that's what you mean. Right. And it was my struggle all the way up into my marriage, but I was a believer. I was a God fearing man, and I still struggled with it. And so I went on a mission to find out what the Bible actually says on how we conquer this.

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Results of 2nd autopsy to be given in Patrick Lyoya's death

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last month

Results of 2nd autopsy to be given in Patrick Lyoya's death

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The Man Oppressing Women in Swimming: William Thomas

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:12 min | Last month

The Man Oppressing Women in Swimming: William Thomas

"Seems like a nice enough person was the 462nd best swimmer at University of Pennsylvania in the country. Was a man born a man, XY chromosomes was trying to compete in swimming, wasn't really getting anywhere. One day, Thomas wakes up and changes the name to Leah Thomas and decides that want to keep swimming. So it goes from the 462nd best swimmer to the best swimmer, almost overnight. And this happened really slowly by the way. This wasn't like an overnight thing. If you were watching this carefully like we were, we were covering this for like a year and a half. They were like, hey, this is going to be a problem. Like, hey, this is going to be a problem. And they're like, oh no, it's not like they're going to let they're not going to let Thomas compete at the top level the championship. And there you go, at the NCAA championship, in Atlanta, two weeks ago, Thomas was competing and won the NCAA championship as a biological man. And again, that kind of goes back to that whole feminist critique, right? Which is worse so upset that because we're being oppressed by men. And I say, so the feminists are silent because they're now okay because they're oppressed by men, even though they think they're women. It's like, isn't that against the entire argument that I was told my entire life. So now we have

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"leah" Discussed on The Cut

The Cut

04:32 min | Last month

"leah" Discussed on The Cut

"Amazing and I think the best part is connecting with other students and kind of seeing myself in them and just I don't know coming in and saying you're people have always been included in environmental history like go forth with empowerment so like that feels good because that's what I wanted when I was an environmental student, but also there's a lot of discrediting of the work that I do and so many people do and I don't know if that's a combination of racism and sexism, et cetera, but people just saying like, well we already have environmental justice like why do we need to incorporate intersectional theory and to environmentalism. It's like, why not? Why are we not wanting to include the contributions of black women in the context of what we do? And right now, actually, there's someone some students started a Wikipedia page for intersectional environmentalism. And there's professors going back and forth in the comments saying all the reasons why that page should be merged with environmental justice and that intersectional environmentalism isn't real. And it's like, this is just so ridiculous. That I have that I have to do this in the first place or two things can exist at the exact same time. But that used to upset me a lot more than it does now. Now I learned to laugh at those things a little bit, but it is frustrating, or there's a lot of white supremacy flowing through the environmental movement, which makes complete sense, because people who created national parks basically just displaced thousands of indigenous peoples and took their land from them. So the conservation movement is deeply rooted in white supremacy, and that pops up every now and again. And it's kind of hard. It's hard to deal with. I'll say that for sure. Yeah. I mean, how is your relationship changed with social media over time? I mean, I'm always personally curious about this because I think I've had to give myself boundaries of like, okay, I'm not on it on the weekends or I delete it off my phone for a certain amount of time if I just feel like I need to, and it's such a weird phenomenon of our time. You know, you can't ask an ant like, so what did you do? It just feels like another world in that sense. So I'm always curious of how your relationship has changed and having a platform and how you've been able to balance it. Yeah, I think one of the things is having like two spaces, there's technically three, one is a personal. Instagram that exists out there. But having two specific spaces. So one that's for me, green girl, Leah. So my personal blog and telling people, this is just my personal blog. So it's not purely for education..

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What Does It Mean to Be a Man? Is It Worth Defending?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:15 min | Last month

What Does It Mean to Be a Man? Is It Worth Defending?

"What does it mean to be a man? What does it mean to be manly and is manliness? A political and a civic virtue. Is that something that's worth defending in our society today? This is a topic that's being discussed in some of the more intellectual quarters of the right. It seems like it is a debate about whose man and who's a woman, but it's not really about that. This is not a debate about Leah Thomas, and it's not a debate about biological males and women's sports, none of that. It's a debate about whether there is a distinction between males and females that could be described as manliness, and is that something that our society should in a conscious way cultivate and celebrate. Now, the debate sometimes takes a kind of low turn in that the defenders of manliness start looking around and looking particularly at the left and finding very mannish women or you may say unmanly men. And so a lot of this degenerates into a kind of name calling Obama's unmanly because he doesn't know how to throw a baseball. Look at beto o'rourke. This is such a beta male. He's so unmanly. And the consequently, there are efforts to look at women on the left and in the democratic side, Michelle Obama notably. And proclaim them unbelievably manly. And so, at this level, the debate is nothing more than a kind of slinging of epithets. In some cases, by the way, conservatives will leave and turn around and say, you know, libertarians are extremely unmanly and. Manliness is a lot more than this. I think that's really the point. So what is manliness if it's not simply flexing your muscles or showing off tattoos or being able to show your prowess in the MMA ring, what does manliness mean as a political and as a cultural

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Boris Johnson Chimes in on Transgender Debate

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:49 sec | Last month

Boris Johnson Chimes in on Transgender Debate

"Has said he does not think quote biological mail should be competing in women's sports. A prime minister said the sensible view was the transgender athletes. Such as Leah Thomas, as swimmer, who won America's top trophy and university sports last month, should not be allowed to compete as alongside biological women, and that children should not be allowed to decide their own gender without parental assistance. His most comprehensive comments yet on transgender issues come today's after the government decided not to ban trans conversion therapy. As the Conservative Party promised in the last election. Mister Johnson also said he thought it was important to have women only spaces in hospitals, prisons, and changing rooms. But admitted they were complexities and sensitivities around transgender issues that will still need to be worked out. Well, he's

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Anti-death penalty advocate weds man on Oklahoma death row

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | Last month

Anti-death penalty advocate weds man on Oklahoma death row

"An an anti anti death death penalty penalty advocate advocate has has married married a a man man on on Oklahoma's Oklahoma's death death row row Leah Leah Rogers Rogers says says she's she's keenly keenly aware aware of of the the realities realities facing facing her her and and Richard Richard Colossus Colossus it's it's a a very very unique unique set set of of circumstances circumstances obviously obviously not not everybody's everybody's gonna gonna understand understand that that Rodgers Rodgers spent spent more more than than a a decade decade advocating advocating for for an an end end to to capital capital punishment punishment her her new new husband husband was was twice twice convicted convicted and and sentenced sentenced to to die die for for ordering ordering the the nineteen nineteen ninety ninety seven seven killing killing of of the the owner owner of of the the Oklahoma Oklahoma City City motel motel we're we're gonna gonna support support for for rich rich surviving surviving execution execution three three execution execution accounts accounts possibly possibly facing facing off off for for a a little little one one thing thing he's he's really really taken taken away away from from that that is is don't don't take take anything anything for for granted granted in in an an AP AP interview interview Roger Roger bristled bristled at at the the suggestion suggestion Colossus Colossus notoriety notoriety is is what what attracted attracted her her to to him him there there is is absolutely absolutely nothing nothing romantic romantic about about the the person person you you love love facing facing not not just just death death but but a a potentially potentially pretty pretty torturous torturous death death Rogers Rogers says says the the focus focus should should be be on on gossips gossips innocence innocence adding adding he he has has already already lost lost twenty twenty five five years years of of his his life life I I bet bet Donahue Donahue

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Caller Thinks Disney's New Gender Role Changes Are Crazy

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:18 min | Last month

Caller Thinks Disney's New Gender Role Changes Are Crazy

"A member of the LGBT community, what why Disney is doing this? To the extent that they're doing it. I have no idea. I think it's absolutely ridiculous. People that get offended by being called a gender is crazy. They're a boy or a girl, male or female. Well, and what I don't understand is even the trans community, I mean, look at the swimmer identifies as a woman. So how could Leah Thomas be offended by ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls? I mean, you've got to identify one way, right? But let's face it. Who is it now? Who's the singer that's now is a Demi Lovato who's now they them? I guess. Oh, I have no idea. I don't keep up with that. I don't blame you. I'm embarrassed that I know that you don't, but let me just tell you. I guess if you don't identify as a boy or a girl or a man or a woman, that's who Disney is trying to pacify. Really? That's the Disney's gonna try to infuriate families all over the country for that for that small segment of the population. Very, very, very small segment of people that probably don't even leave their homes, to be honest. I don't get it. I don't get it at all. I would warriors. All right,

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NCAA Title For Lia Thomas Is Joke With Biological Women As Punchline

The Trish Regan Show

01:29 min | 2 months ago

NCAA Title For Lia Thomas Is Joke With Biological Women As Punchline

"That women just need to actually stand up for themselves. This is nuts. That you have women losing out to someone who was biologically not born a woman and therefore had the opportunity during all those many, many years until she decided to change over to grow her muscles with testosterone like a man would. I mean, I'm sorry, but this is this is the science. Guys, this is the science. And this is why I'd like to see women actually stand up for themselves here. What if all the athletes said, you know what? We're not going to race. If Leah Thomas is in the pool. By the way, Leah Thomas took 5th place in the 200 freestyle, and there was a very little fanfare, shall we say. There was not a lot of support coming from the audience there. If you watch the tape of her getting out of the pool and getting awarded this or even her being announced initially. And the reason there's no fanfare, the reason why there's no excitement, the reason is, is that the students themselves that are competing there. The parents and the families of the students themselves are saying, what the heck is going on? I mean, this is just in the name of fairness, all right? And I'm not going to get into all the other stuff that one could get into here. Let me just be fair and square. It's not, it's not right to put women that were born as women up against somebody who was not born as a

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Lia Thomas Is Disenfranchising Female Swimmers

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:59 min | 2 months ago

Lia Thomas Is Disenfranchising Female Swimmers

"Women are stronger than men in a lot of different things. But in sports, men have a biological advantage. Cut one O three Thomas speaks about winning the NCAA women's championship play cut one O three. Leah, how did that performance measure up to your expectations coming into this meet tonight? I didn't have a whole lot of expectations for this meeting. I was just happy to be here trying to race and compete as best as I could. What did that race mean to you? It means the world to be here. Be with two of my best friends and teammates. And be able to compete. So Thomas won the national championship and disenfranchised other female swimmers that do not have the biological advantage that Thomas has. What's so amazing is how everyone is just putting up with this. The people in the stands, the bystanders, because they don't want to be called bad names.

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Trans Swimmer Lia Thomas a Cheat

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Trans Swimmer Lia Thomas a Cheat

"Leah Thomas, or whatever Lee is real name is, which someone emailed it to me actually this morning, I'll use it, is a cheater. It's no different than someone who might win a championship, and doing it unethically. Thomas real name is William Thomas, to give an idea William Thomas was the 462nd best swimmer in men's swimming. Now, Leah Thomas is the number one swimmer in women's swimming. Goes from 462 to number one.

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Why Leah Thomas Is a Cheat

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:01 min | 2 months ago

Why Leah Thomas Is a Cheat

"So Leah Thomas, this narcissist, who went from being a man to being a woman's swimmer. And now, one of the NCAA championship, is that correct? Right, right. And the NCAA is just fine with it. Because cowardice is the human norm, and most of our institutions have, in fact, opted. A four. Going like sheep. With the herd, everybody knows. That this biological man named Leah Thomas is a cheat. Every thinking person in their heart knows. He she is a cheat.

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Palmieri scores late, Islanders beat rival Rangers 2-1

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Palmieri scores late, Islanders beat rival Rangers 2-1

"Red hot Kyle Palmieri scored with two forty four remaining to send the islanders past the Rangers two to one merry has points in six straight games and nine of his last ten he has six goals and four assists during his ten game out streak after collecting just five goals in eleven points in his first thirty five games this season Anders Lee also scored Ilya Sorokin stopped twenty nine shots for the aisles Leah's court nine times during a six game goal streak can open the boys find my my stick a little bit and and get shots that I like and and I'm going with this finding your spots it's and you start to roll in and keep those good feelings going Igor sister can stop twenty six shots for the Rangers who remain six points up the metropolitan division lead I'm Dave Ferrie

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India court upholds ban on hijab in schools and colleges

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 2 months ago

India court upholds ban on hijab in schools and colleges

"An Indian court upheld a ban on wearing a head job in schools and colleges in the southern state of Carnatic the High Court ruled the Muslim head scarf is not an essential religious practice of Islam I'll Leah a Saudi was turned away from her school for wearing a head job it's not just a piece of cloth but it's a beast it's everything it's emotion it's my pride and I think I would not be done by Gandhi managing my life opponents consider the job a symbol of oppression imposed on women among member of the right wing Hindu group says they are demanding for his job right now tomorrow they will want space to pray later they will demand for a separate classroom in schools how can this be allowed what happens to uniformity and dress code student I guess Shah Anwar says it's a calm before the storm something huge is going to happen and this is just the beginning and that is basically a student I Asha MTS says it's Islamophobia in India will win because they think we are weak but yeah I'm at Donahue

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"leah" Discussed on Available Worldwide

Available Worldwide

03:10 min | 3 months ago

"leah" Discussed on Available Worldwide

"Episode, I talk with Leah Evans about the around the world 5 K, a charity fundraising run that goes by the policy, we have no rules, but an extremely positive community spirit. Leah also talks about the up and downs of business ownership, mentions a few great organizations worth knowing more about. And motivates non runner old me to see how many 5 K's that I can walk this April. Leah, it's great to be with you here today on available worldwide. I asked you here because I think you have a diversity of experiences that are going to really speak to our listeners and you're also here to tell us a little bit about a special project.

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"leah" Discussed on The One You Feed

The One You Feed

05:15 min | 3 months ago

"leah" Discussed on The One You Feed

"Hi Leah, welcome to the show. Thanks for having me. It's great to be here. Yeah, I am happy to have you on as we were talking before this interview. You are on the show almost four years ago to the day. Just kind of interesting that we talked at this time and amazing that it's been four years. So I'm really happy to have you back on. I'm really happy to be here and continue this conversation we started many months ago in a very different climate that we're in today. Yeah, and our basic topic is going to be oriented around the idea of burnout. Workplace burnout primarily, but we know it extends well beyond the workplace. But before we get into that, let's start like we always do with the parable. There's a grandparent who's talking with their grandchild, and they say in life, there are two wolves inside of us that are always at battle. One is a good wolf, which represents things like kindness and bravery and love. And the other is a bad wolf, which represents things like greed and hatred and fear. And the grandchild stops and thinks about it second and looks up at their grandparents and says, well, which one wins, and the grandparent says the one you feed. So I'd love to start off by asking you what that parable means to you in your life and in the work that you do. I think in terms of how I hear that in my life, one of the ways that this really resonates with me is acknowledging the degree to which we're influenced and shaped by our surroundings. And that we want to be thoughtful about that. I'm a parent of three young children and so we talk a lot about the navigation of being a friend to people who need support who are in distress, but also understanding what you need to thrive so you can be that friend.

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How to Recover From the Man Deficit

The Larry Elder Show

01:26 min | 3 months ago

How to Recover From the Man Deficit

"I just want to speak on this very briefly. I want to go to this swimmer, Leah Thomas, he's swimming at the University of Pennsylvania and a lot of things have been coming down as far as that's concerned and listen. I by no means mean to denigrate this guy. I believe this guy has gender dysphoria and suffers from mental capacity, but if I could take you back to oldie but goodie, a column that appeared a week or two ago where it was we found out that he would walk around in the women's locker room with his junk hanging out and he still likes women. I gotta tell you, I started wondering about manliness in America. And one of the thoughts that came to mind were where are the dads? Where are the dads standing up and saying this is not going to be tolerated? This is not going to be tolerated. A dude doesn't have the right to go into my daughter's locker room with his penis swinging around and claim he's a woman and talk about liking women. Where are the men? Where are the men? I think that's our fascination with Ottawa. We see man standing up. You don't have to be a chauvinist, but men should do certain things. They should provide. They should protect. They should stand up for the week. And it doesn't mean you have to be a buff weightlifter. You could be a nerd for God's sakes, but you teach people. You teach your children. How to protect how to serve how to be a man how to open the door for a woman.

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Penn Female Swimmers Banned From Talking to the Press

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:18 min | 4 months ago

Penn Female Swimmers Banned From Talking to the Press

"I remind you that the University of Pennsylvania has banned its female swimmers from talking to the press, Harvard has banned its female swimmers from talking to the press. These were once prestigious institutions. They are now cowards. Woke cowards, is there awoke, courageous person? You don't need any courage to be woke. So the question is moot as they say. Multiple swimmers have raised the issue multiple different times the University of Pennsylvania, the swimmer said, but we are basically told that we could not ostracise Leah by not having her in the locker room. And there's nothing we can do about it. We basically have to roll over accepted, or we can't use our own locker room. Now, listen. It's really upsetting because Leah doesn't seem to care. How it makes anyone else feel. This guy, Leah Thomas, is pathologically narcissistic. And that is why The New York Times loves him.

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"leah" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling

Purposeful Social Selling

05:34 min | 4 months ago

"leah" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling

"For you to enjoy from a couple of our mastermind members who have been in this round of the 2021. Gosh, what year is it now? I'm like already in 2022. This is airing in 2022, so I'm like, okay, they're in the fall 2021 mastermind group. So with me, I have Leah and Christie. And I brought them on to kind of share their unique stories and for them to share some lessons they have learned since being in the mastermind. At this point while we're recording we are just about to hit halfway through, not quite, but Christie and Leah were both unable to attend the live event, and they attended virtually. So I asked them both to come on and just share a little bit about their breakthroughs and their aha moments and what their virtual experience was like because I think some people might think if they can't make the live that the experience might not be worth it or maybe they're too afraid to invest, like, oh no, I have to have that event. So we're going to talk about that too. So what I want to do first is I want you ladies to introduce yourselves to share a little bit about what brought you into social selling, how long you've been in social selling and then what brought you to the mastermind. So Leah, I'll have you start us off. Go ahead and introduce yourself to my people. Hello, hello. My name is Leah O'Brien, and I live in metro Detroit. I have, well, I should back up. I'm a mom to a 20 month old. I have two puppies and a husband. I don't need to put him last. But he's very much at the top. And I have been a part of social selling now for just about four years. It'll be four years in April. And I had never done any social selling before. So I was thrown right into the loop. I had a friend..

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UPenn Transgender Swimmer Sparks Outrage by Shattering Women's Records

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:59 min | 5 months ago

UPenn Transgender Swimmer Sparks Outrage by Shattering Women's Records

"We've been warning for a while that men who think they are women have serious mental problems. Are going to destroy women's sports. We've been warning about that for a while. Of course, the intelligentsia supported this people on the right would always some people on the right say, well what difference does it make? Who cares? Well, women sports is now dead. A man who thinks he is a woman, Leah Thomas, broke a number of college records this last weekend. Thomas, a 22 year old biological man who identifies as a woman, commanded the pool Sunday, this is MSN. At the zippy invite invitational and Akron Ohio. Now MSN doesn't tell you that Leah Thomas was a very good male swimmer for three years and award winning or medal winning mail swimmer before transitioning to be a woman. To give an idea of the differences between men and women, which will soon be gone, they'll just be swimming. And all women who wanted to be athletes go find something else to do. Good luck. Thomas won with a time of 15 59. 38 seconds ahead of the second place finisher. There's no 38 seconds in swimming. Maybe a couple seconds. The man who is selfish and mentally disturbed set the new U.S. record Friday after winning the 500 yard freestyle time with a four minutes 34 seconds. It's set a new pool record, a pen school record, an Ivy League record, and a U.S. record. Beating two U.S. women's swimming records. The man who thinks he was a woman achieved the fastest women's time in the 200 yard freestyle, finishing the race 7 seconds faster.

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UPenn Transgender Swimmer Sparks Outrage by Shattering Women's Records

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:46 min | 6 months ago

UPenn Transgender Swimmer Sparks Outrage by Shattering Women's Records

"A former coach swim coach apparently. Coated and daily mail, whereas the Emma former swim coach Emma McGee voiced her support for Leah. The name of the biological man who just switched over to female and one the competition for the University of Pennsylvania, I expect nothing from the University of Pennsylvania. I made a mistake in saying that Columbia is competing with Yale. The competing with the University of Pennsylvania, but everything in Philadelphia has been destroyed by the left, including the city generally. So it's not surprising that this happened that UPenn and nobody and nobody says, you know, we really cheated winning this competition. We cheated. It's called cheating, my Friends. A 5 year old would understand it's cheating. Nobody gives a damn if you want to change your sex. That's your business. It's my business if you cheat. It's not my business if you change sex. I wish you a good life. A decent human being would not use this in order to cheat and win record record speeds in swimming. A father of two girls who were swimmers spoke of his anger. We have a great video at prager U by a high school girl. To have the guts to speak out against this. No one spoke out against it. Now one swimmer. Not even the swimmers who lost.

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"leah" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

07:32 min | 8 months ago

"leah" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"And as promised, this is Leah Belding Show. Be sure to have your paper and pencil out because we're going to conclude this show with some very important things that you need to know. And I talked about the hard facts. The hard facts you can. You can get hospital records about this. In North Texas alone, thousands of, uh, sexual assaults on women have taken place, for example, just this past year in Dallas. There were 1284 assaults and Tarrant County 608. Collin County. 221 didn't County 160. So it's it's It's an average of about 3000 women being sexually assaulted that are being reported at hospitals because these people actually lit. They didn't die there were actually lived. To report to go to the hospital and to tell their story. This does not include the assault that, uh, we're actually, uh, you know, the people died, and this is a very serious subject. And, uh, if you don't believe me, you can get your your own report. It's called the Dallas Fort Worth Hospital. Council report. You can call 972719 49 100 Get that report. They do a report every year because knowledge and awareness means power and to have power. You must have preparation And this is exactly what my show is about today with my co host. Patrick Patrick Dumas. You spell that Dumas do, Um, A S. Patrick, I want to be able for you to tell them exactly how to get in touch with you to sign up for your classes. You have, like a twitter account. What do you go by on Twitter? Yeah, it's a my urban defense. And I give all kinds of tips on that just endless amount of information on there. Um, where where they can direct message me through that, Or they can write me and my email at woman's urban defense. Yahoo dot com. Um, and typically, you know, I go to them. I do right now. Personal training where I can go to them and and depending again, they have to qualify. I mean, there's certain things that may Disqualified. You know, some, like based on if they have had surgeries back or neck surgeries, you know recently or, you know, um, just certain requirements that First thing to be able to qualify for the training. Um, I did read your notes that you really don't like to take on people who have committed felonies, right? Yeah. We don't want to teach anybody that has had a bad background because if they further use that, possibly not saying they would, but if they did continue In that route and ended up using what we teach them, Um than you know, that's that's not good. So we want to work with people that Have a plus. It's our standards as our international school standards and with the International European Martial Arts Association. It's an international group of many different martial arts styles composed together and, uh, ran by grandmaster is borne out of Florida. With a top instructor. There is extra is retired police officer and, um you know, so there are certain requirements that should be met with that. Um Have you ever thought about writing a self defense manual that you can take to the school board and get it into the to their curriculum, especially for uh, the high school kids or junior high? Um, yeah, I have. I have thought about it. But I haven't actually done it yet. I think actually have been martial arts curriculum within all the schools. The colleges do have it. So why not the high schools? Have it? Yes. Why not? You know, I mean, Kids or approached my strangers and you know teenage girls and you know whatever, of different ages, whether it's elementary, middle school and high school. I think they all really should start offering something and they could start out with Basic karate, and then we're more into and as you as they get into middle school get into more of the jujitsu, And then, as they get more into the high school, they get into more of the weapons, the France and disarming and skills with combination of digits and karate styles and again going back. To my style, the Budo tai jitsu it has, you know, it's got nine different schools based on 18 different styles. It's actually one of the original. Mm hmm. Mixed martial arts forms because it's got 18 different styles composed into one, Okay. I want to make sure that they know how to get in touch with you via Facebook. Do you go by? Do, Miss Patrick. Correct on Facebook, right? Yeah, I use that. My primarily for, um, promoting my feature films, which are primarily action martial arts, you know, genre type films. You always recruiting for people who want to be in your in your films you're working on to now. Is that correct? Right to feature films? Uh, okay. So any any one of you out there? Who are interested in being in one of Patrick's films. Be sure to contact him via Facebook. He goes under Duma's Do, um, a as Patrick on Facebook. Is that correct? Right? And, uh, his website is not up, but he has a Twitter account. And do you want to give your telephone number? Just they can reach me through the email or through direct message on Twitter or Facebook. Lincoln? Yes, LinkedIn under Patrick demos. Think, Patrick. He supposed that P A. T. R I C K Duma's do, um, a s. I think what you've had to say today has been extremely extremely helpful. It could save thousands of lives. You know when someone goes missing, Uh, go to the police. You know you the police will not do anything. They have to wait a certain number of hours before they actually go looking for that person. Isn't that true, right? Yeah, Um, And that's the problem. You know, by the time hours passed, and that person could be long gone both somewhere to, uh, some foreign country and again, That's the extreme case. You know, there's many cases that are just simply Assault in your own home or salts in your own car or walking down the street. You know that? But that's again something to be aware of, Uh, one of the main reasons also that I wanted to come on the show is that I'm I am looking to do more of a group class type training. So I am looking since I'm relocating on my studios from North Texas, looking for a space to where they wanted to. Share that time and their space and share the lease and I can go in there and teach classes in exchange. If they have some downtime and their space. It's not where it's not being used..

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"leah" Discussed on Live From Detroit: The Jeff Dwoskin Comedy Show

Live From Detroit: The Jeff Dwoskin Comedy Show

01:58 min | 9 months ago

"leah" Discussed on Live From Detroit: The Jeff Dwoskin Comedy Show

"Listen to joe rogan. Kinda gotta be so. Surreal so surreal. What's what's next for the lamar. I am hoping to start touring soon. And i am hoping to start doing a hot on the mike tours while some very excited about this clip us now is open to everyone right so they can check you out clubhouse yeah baby come on hand we are open for business open for business besides clubhouse water other ways that people can keep up with you on the social media's oh they can find me on instagram at lamar twitter at the lamar clubhouse at lea- lamar. He forgot my name. Sarah silverman and you can check my website for show dates and i always post about them on my instagram stories in in my clubhouse by always have might tour dates on there so if you want to come see me live. That's where you can find me if you wanna hear me digitally. I'm usually in clubhouse monday through friday. Twelve oh five. Pm for god knows how long and that's That's where you can find me at the moment giving you enough for taking time away from all year during fans to talk with me. I mean thank you so much. I will probably just take this one quote and send it to my mom and dad and be like. Did you hear what you said. Adoring and and they'll be like yeah. We're number one and two so well. Thank you so much for having me little blast so nice meeting you jeff. So nice maybe you as well all right. Keep it going ladies and gentlemen for lia lomar a right okay so you guys have some homework now right head over to clubhouse if you don't have the app download the app follow leah. Join her club hot on the mic. Check out all the live shows that she does with all her comedian friends. Put a little laugh during your life. Also head over to leia. Lamar dot com. Check out all the hilarious videos. Lee has done. Plus there's clips. Lots of stuff we even talk about..

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"leah" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

04:56 min | 11 months ago

"leah" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"Very stressful night. I thought you were behaved very well. George from new york is up with the question for lia and the founder lia the you guys so soliah out of everything that happened on the hamptons trip. What was your biggest regret of how you handle things. I know what. I'm almost thirty nine years old. And i don't have any regrets so far so i'm going to say nothing. Sonia haley wants to know. Why do you think lou thought sex talk to do with one's education. What does education to do with talking dirty. I missed that episode. what are we talking about. What happened was kind of an argument. Lewin's i mean. I was actually wasn't there allowed already. Storm data already call need an education to get hot and heavy. Very judgmental very judgmental. How did you enjoy painting. The naked marian. We're very friendly with him. We both connect really. Oh he's so smart. Very progressive energy was like really needed at that. Yes and the winds daughters and so yes and you did not hit it off with the musician that lou wanted to set you up to the no right. Ramona did a remote. You also were madonna the other night. I didn't see that was a bumper. And i left hot where she went on. Oh you did. How did you in lord. It's become friends she's into street. Wear and the downtown. And she's madonna's order low. Yeah she's so sweet she's cool. She watched roni. She watches roni. Wow interesting okay. madonna does too. I think madonna does to be honest with you jennifer from illinois said. Leody regret teed ramona. How to scream during burning man. No way no no regrets leah. You know it's so interesting because you spent the entire first season while it aired in lockdown and then we were still pretty much locked down when you shot the second season so now. New york is so open. And you're going your madonna the other night. Whatever what does it feel like now running around in the city that you've lived in for your entire life but now you're famous okay and happy to report that. I'm not a total psychopath. Because i really don't enjoy or get too much pleasure out of fable coming up and talking to me. I mean i. It's like it's nice. And i love the support. Thank you but i'm also like are you actually on the internet saying mean things about me but saying hi to me so i'm not really looking a little like i'm getting used to it. It's a little weird drinking the kool aid right. Okay very good so any any great plans for the rest of the summer. I just want to get through tonight and got you. Don't need any help. Getting through a night. I mean my whatever takes. Yes you ever meet sinatra. You did where lebron not lebron don legrand we okay. I was there with my boyfriend and his parents and he came up. He's a sagittarius. Like me okay. I told them yes. And you just said. Heidi my boyfriend's parents and i said hello. Where were you a hostess. Thirty forty years ago or whenever that was i helped open. I was working at beach on fifty fourth street center of the universe. Someone in the room here knows that was there. And then i want to cross the street and helped open another restaurant and it was all about you know picking the winds and the decor bringing in the clientele. Yes and i liked it very much. What housewife from another city. Would we be surprised to know that you both are friendly with or friends black. I knew forever. Kathy hilton and i go way back when i was dating. Prince albert working on princess grace foundation. She was always there with the hearse girl lisa and her assignment. So yeah. I know those ladies way back way before i was married. Of course yes and yulia. I just don't feel fabulous. All you become friends with any women from any other house wide cells..

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"leah" Discussed on This Week in Photo

This Week in Photo

03:38 min | 11 months ago

"leah" Discussed on This Week in Photo

"Feel like i'm gonna get. This is where the hate me outcome. Wait now well. it's not bad. Oh my gosh one. I'm definitely a junkie for really really bad like boy stupid humor movies. So you know. Anchorman zealander hot rod. Hot rods mme. I'd never seen hot rod as my jam. Then there's like the really like then what we're looking at drama. I kinda love the last samurai. i don't know if you've ever seen the last summer. Who's in him now. It's like actors an actor in it. I know there's like. I don't know no i haven't seen that. Look it up now. We'll see i love the island. The soundcheck it's amazing. But because i again don't really know actor names a lot of people. I'm pretty sure. Don't tom cruise. Tom cruise is though that guy literally. Yeah yeah but i would say. I love spending a lot of my time watching really stupid stupid comedy movies so no science fiction no fantasy. No superheroes definitely no superheroes. I can't not immoral fan. No i can't. I can't it's just too cheesy sometimes solution. She's that makes. I do batman though about the batman series before we ended up losing joker but outright sounds really good bye definitely mad all right so we'll leave it with. We'll leave it with that any any parting thoughts you wanna share with the audience before we end the interview. My gosh i think. I think at the on the day. I hope that people can just take a step back and think about what does it look like for them and i hope that for those who are listening in and are struggling to throw away that list that hopefully sooner than later folks can really just narrow in on what's going to make them happy and just dive right into that and everything else will work out the way it needs to so perfect perfect and i'm guessing if we want to catch up with the at the links to your various locations in the the notes for this video and on the blog post but for the to keep up with you for the before we could drink adventure just leah judson dot com or is there a specific location for that. Yeah now so instagram's probably going to be where i live the most. There is a website for which is exactly that. It's the project name on that same thing for instagram. As well before we could drink. But i'm definitely a lot more present on my personal page. Which is there goes leah but all instagram. Otherwise if i add on twitter in whatever you name it i you'll just i'll crawl up in a corner by although focused keep it focused exactly this fantastic interview. Thank you for doing this takes time. I know you're exhausted. Now you're gonna go take take my instrument gases back hotdogs with butter on it better. Be better bay. 'em thank you so much for doing.

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"leah" Discussed on Mentally Yours

Mentally Yours

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"leah" Discussed on Mentally Yours

"Thank you so much for joining me coming onto chat dementia. . Yours really appreciate you taking time. . Getting on during the pandemic and lockdown in general with the pandemic in lockdown I think as somebody who has suffered depression and obviously by now for a number of years. . I'm so used to be an isolated so it's almost like on one hand. . I feel like contrained for this. . So when it will happen I, , was just cool. . Take some quite east being isolated and mainly because of my own doing however, , they have been moments where it's just hit me out of the blue. . And I felt quite. . So panicked too anxious cheerful could be something that is triggered off the telly or something like that, , and you just fight my gosh, , this is really happening. . Yeah. . I. . Found a quad roller coaster like even move cited than just just normally disorder <unk> that's a bit of a road effective. . This felt like. . That like an extra layer of rice, , <unk> stress and everything but yeah. . Okay I guess everybody should have been fitting a bit like that regardless of what they they have. . Yeah I think. . For the first time, , they'll be a lot of people experiencing anxiety and depression. . He would never have felt those feelings before. . especially. Coming . out vase I think it's the second pandemic presently. . Let's talk about you more that you've had fascinating career. . Could you please stop telling us about a Latte from cliche crtv up till today wow. . Just briefly. . Well, , I go go band scientists say knees ache when I was about twelve years old my cousins and I, , the three vessels together. . We were discovered singing at a family party. . We kind of decided to get into a girl band he was just very organic. . And Rest Gateway of our childhoods for many as but loved it. . Until we signs about the age of fifteen sixteen and we release some songs, , snitch shots and we had a great time we told you flying Ritchie and we music videos and bill posters, , and this was the days where there wasn't social media. . Sorry. . Is really difficult. . Is such a shame to not to have all those videos and pictures and things like that that people have now they suits in the nineties wants the group. . is about two thousand, one , about yields so obsolete repented. . Got Into TV I saw an advert full crtv the telly that's children's it and I was actually really depressed I. . Didn't want to send a tape at done the tape at that point Sheryl Rail, , which literally was vhs. . And <hes> you know Cheryl's on East Coast to be a couple of minutes long. . This was like half an hour forty minutes of me to to random stop interviewing people and just random things and. . Sent tape off on the very last day. . Just to push myself to do it really depressed because the Greek attended we'll start record sale. . And that was the first time that Caridi remember suffering depression by sending the tape pain tonight was months later it fell at least I think get coal off gang final decision. . So. . went out to Birmingham condition and then went three weeks of <hes> you know like. . X factor style will do. . Things now and it was the very beginning of a very beginning of like reality. TV. . . So yes. . So the kids the kids to me in and I became the first and only black female continuity presenter on cit in it's full forty history to date and which is a great accolade thoughts in two thousand, , nine, , hundred, , ninety s no, , which I'm sure we'll on seven and Bay botch. . It was a it was a great experience. . It was a really great experience, , and then I go ahead taunted onto Disney and then from Disney I thin starting working for be in America's red carpet, , and then I a launched B. E. T. International Kristine K., , in Europe. . So up in a lot I for a lot of things in and fortunately just over twenty as now I've been TV presenter Sherry it's a long journey and it should jenny. . Has Come with a lot adversity, , a lot of oppression. . Sexism racism. . The equally here I am and I'm still going and I'm grateful it comes with some great memories as well and great experiences. .

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"leah" Discussed on DAVIDBOWIE: ALBUMTOALBUM

DAVIDBOWIE: ALBUMTOALBUM

06:43 min | 2 years ago

"leah" Discussed on DAVIDBOWIE: ALBUMTOALBUM

"Like I had these five ish tunes before the first week of recording Leah we had about a month break, and at some point during that month I got another five or six tunes. And then we had another. Let's say a month break and then about two days before. The final thing there was another. You know four ish tunes, so he was, so he was writing, but the other sons I had was that he was somebody who was really able to process a lot of information. You just read a lot. Read a lot of literature and listen to music and was able to really like process it quickly because there's there's a lot of musicians that I knew that. Are you know it's like you listen to one record like two tracks one record you're just. Just all that on all these details you know, and it's maybe a harder thing to like process to records with records, and anyway I just had a sense that he was just for. He was just really able in an extraordinary way to process all this information, and just a final thing was there was a soon after it was finished. You know there was there was these months where they were working on the the mixing the post production, and all of that and then Black Star. Comes out and I guess November something I is the first time I heard it, but. Then, we're in conversation then and he was talking about I'm writing new music, I wanNA to record again. You know the last time I spoke to him. You know that was that was part of the that was a big part of the conversation was yeah. We're GONNA record again in January, and since I'm feeling better that kind of thing, so he was really. To me, that's that's. That's a lot of creative output. He's on a roll. Isn't something that Don? Ijaz said about this sort of demoing stagered since you these demos, and then you go to the studio am I right in assuming that the first batch were the lesser songs and then tip pity in ones that he had already like sue with the ones that he sent i. Let me, just think about this Lee was definitely hazardous. Definitely, sue and definitely tis pity. And Yeah, there was there was one that we recorded various times. That didn't end up. That came out of no plan. It's I think it's called no plan. was would have been from the musical right exactly, so that was that was one of the first tunes if A ninety eight percent on that one when I met you. That was the first batch and the one. That's killing a little time. That was in the first batch. Think and yes an- confirming that no plan. It had a different title at the time, but yeah that that was that was there as well. Yeah now I'm thinking now, because these on album tracks really except for soon tis pity, which you already had so the rest of the album tracks must have been off to this first recording session after this first flash of being in the room with you guys, and and hearing you working with you. It seems like he then finished the biggest songs from blackstone like you know the ten minute epic and know days and things like that right? The. The fruits of your relationship, these really really big songs. They coming towards the end of this time that you've had together, thank you. But yes black star and I can't give everything away you. In the last the last group ITUNES and dollar days wasn't one that we had a demo on it was. It was I was talking about it. With our Salon we sort of finished. You know the tunes that had been planned and it was mid day, and and and there was an acoustic guitar in the studio and he just picked it up. It was like the first time he picked it up as far as I remember to start playing this thing and it just sort of happened. You know where? He's playing this riff and we're just GonNa listening and then eventually maybe ten minutes we go to the Piano Jason at the piano with him and then We're all out in the room, listening, and then and then Tim's plan of. Happening and I think I remember one of one point we're talking about the saxophone solo and I had said how about we modulate to this or you know key, or whatever little suggestion, and then and then we. Started recording it and we didn't. As was the case with with. Almost everything black star we didn't do you know ten fifteen takes. It was like one two or three takes that. Was it so with with dollar days? It was It was actually pretty quick from the time he picked up the guitar. Too Redone Tracking GonNa Guess was about two hours starts start to finish and in a way it was so quick that I had forgotten about it, and when when I think I did the first interview about Black Star and I. Guess I hadn't heard the record yet. They were asking me about the song and I was like Manhattan, new idea what you're talking about. Those kind of part of the brilliance or just you know what a hurt the record for the first time it was like. Wow, you know what and because he had. That team he didn't have all the lyrics worked out of course, so he was. Remember exactly what it was on that team, but there was. He had the the melodies the vocal melodies. You know the sketches of and plays, but not the content was area so hearing that from that moment, and then hearing it in its final formation was pretty. It was pretty stunning. I have to say. I can imagine that guitar actually thinking about those chords. They're very like always strumming on a twelve string, so of course. When the piano they just sort of take on a different personality. To hear, it was composed and arranged in such a short amount of time I mean again. That just speaks to the relationship you guys had and that it was growing as you're working together. It wasn't just the. Session men just came in into the job and you're out. You know it was like this thing that was cultivated I. Think's really special, and I think you can hear it actually in the progression of the songs in equality. The they all use. It's you notice describing earlier the way. that we play off each other prior to this experience, there's a lot of it's. The conversation lot of improvising a lot of just changing changing the direction of the music on somebody's suggestions so real intentional listening to everybody in the group. You know and everybody trying to have this..

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"leah" Discussed on All God's Women

All God's Women

06:21 min | 2 years ago

"leah" Discussed on All God's Women

"When we first meet Rachel in Genesis Twenty nine. She's a lovely young shepherdess taking care of her father sheep. Jacob is immediately smitten with her. He kisses her and weeps for joy. It's love at first sight as he gets to know. Rachel better used to grow. It doesn't take long for him to ask for her hand in marriage offering to serve Leibman Rachel's father for seven years in exchange for Rachel as his wife. We're told the year seemed like only days. So great was the love that he had for her. It was the perfect beginning for happily ever after but on the night that should have been the highlight their lives daddy through the mccur of ball while it was tradition at the time for the older sister to marry before the younger sister. No mention was made during Rachel and Jacobs courtship surely. They knew of the tradition but in their infatuation with each other they must have assumed an exception would be made this time. I can only imagine how Rachel must have felt when Laban pulled her aside and informed her that she would not be marrying her beloved on their wedding day instead. Older sister Leah would be the one to wed Jacob. And what about Leia what? We're her feelings for Jacob. How did she feel about marrying a man who was in love with her sister? Did she even want to be married? Hardly feel when Jacob arranged toward seven more years so that he could marry Rachel as well as Leah did. Rachel want to be married to Jacob if he were already married to Leah. What an awkward triangle of three individuals brought together against their wills in a way that none of them wanted Laban deprived all three Rachel Jacob and Leah of their perfect happily ever after. But they each had free will to determine what they did with the rest of their forever. Despite Jacob Loving Rachel. More than Leah. He'll Leo. We're not without intimacy. In fact Leah spent most of their early years together pregnant and raising her many sons with each birth. She revealed much about her spiritual status. With Ruben. She said the Lord has seen my misery. Now my husband will love me with Simeon. She said the Lord heard that I am an loved has given me this son also with Levi at last my husband will become attached to me because I have borne him three sons and with Judah this time I will praise the Lord Leah desired for her husband to love her but she accepted that. This was not to be so she praised. God for her blessings. Her son's Rachel on the other hand remained childless of of her husband. But it wasn't enough. She wanted more. She envied her sister and blamed Jacob with her infertility. Give me sons or I will die. What JACOB DO? He obviously wasn't the one with the problem. So Rachel gave Jacob her made so that she could conceive for her when the made Sunday on was born her response. God has vindicated me. And give me a son when your slave bore another son in my wrestling with God. I have wrestled with my sister and one even when Rachel was finally able to conceive her own sign her response may the Lord add another son to me as Leah gained more sons through her? Made then conceived more sons and a daughter. She rejoiced in each one giving God praise. The last we see of Rachel is her dying words as she gave birth to her second son. She named him son of sorrow. She played the victim to the very end of her days the year twenty twenty opened with great promise then before we knew what was happening we were all hit with a plot twist that none of us could have foreseen now. We each have a choice to make. We can accept this new normal. Make the most of our current situation and praise God for our blessings or we can forevermore clamor about the unfairness of life. We can blame others. We can envy those around us. We can ultimately blame God. The choice is ours to make you may feel mistreated. Orrin loved you may in fact be mistreated and unloved by those around you. Because I know that you are not alone. Got Us with you and he loves you very much. He alone can provide you the contentment that you desire. So desperately in these days of trials and tribulation turn your eyes to him and to him alone. Lord God we come to you confused and a little angry with the way things turned out. We've missed out on opportunities. We'd looked forward to this. Is Not how we plan to spend this season of our lives. But Lord we know that none of this caught you by surprise urine control. Help us to turn our eyes to you to be able to see this situation through your eyes. Allow us to see all the many blessings you've surrounded us with thank you for your everlasting love and kindness in. Christ's name Amen. If you'd like to learn more about Rachel and Leah check out the show notes. Ripe provide the scripture references related to business as well as additional resources. So the you may study these two sisters more indepth. That concludes today's episode of all Gods Women Tune in next week when we talk about shipwreck and too few Hebrew midwives who risk their lives in order to save the lives.

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"leah" Discussed on The J.A.M.E.S Inc Podcast

The J.A.M.E.S Inc Podcast

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"leah" Discussed on The J.A.M.E.S Inc Podcast

"Episode of the James Podcast I am here co host Jesse orch. As always. By my other CO host. Who can say her name is Lisa Bail. And I am so happy to be here with you today I'm also happy to be here. And hopefully our guest is also happy to be. Here are first returning guests of the James podcast Leah Levins yes. I pronounced that right. You did excellent okay. Be here. Yes, our listeners will remember her as the one who's wearing these slot pajamas. When we last spoke in episode, one of the James Ing, podcast, which hopefully this episode sounds a lot better than that one, but I won't get back into that again. We are here again talked to Leah about how. James Ain't has affected her life and now the work. She is doing as sort of a volunteer for James Inc.. So I believe there was a question we wanted to start with yes. This is my new format..

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"leah" Discussed on Lessons Learned in Marketing

Lessons Learned in Marketing

09:57 min | 2 years ago

"leah" Discussed on Lessons Learned in Marketing

"Lessons learned in marketing. The Phoenix Group podcast. I'm your host David Bellary am I guess. Today is Leah Olsen and she is is a leader in the agricultural industry especially well across Canada but especially here in Saskatchewan. She's been apart of executive leadership teams and her most recent recent role has been The CEO of technology and seed. Master manufacturing we it talks about her roots her passion for agriculture and manufacturing factoring the need and the opportunity for marketing and branding and agriculture. and Leah gives us great insight into team building and leadership overall parole. Enjoy the conversation. Welcome to the PODCAST. Thank you so much for coming in today Ellen. Super very excited to be here so I want to talk about kind of agriculture where things are headed women in agriculture. But maybe I could we talk about you. who sort of for those? Who Don't know you a little bit about your background and how you got to where you are today? Well it's always fun question Russian to ask people 'cause most most people haven't gone the way that you would think so. I grew up on a farm grain farm. Just north of Tompkins the southwestern corner of Saskatchewan. And it's a population less than one hundred. I think our class size was six to eight depending on how certain people to end in the year or if people moved or didn't move I graduated from High School here in Regina. My Dad was an inventor slash farmer and so depending on who was asking. I would say my dad's inventor which sounded super cool in some areas or I would say he's a farmer which sounded super cool in the areas where inventor maybe sounded crazy So we moved to the city graduated from high school from Sheldon Williams and then went on to do an Undergrad and graduate degrees at Concordia University in Montreal. I've worked pretty much in agriculture. And some sort of Wales wrote wrote my career and came back to Saskatchewan in two thousand and thirteen really to be closer to my family and to my dad's specifically typically And not has brought me very much back to agriculture. My husband farms happily just south south of the city. And so it's been a great ride and I think because I'm passionate about agriculture. It's an easy fit in in terms of career choice for me and I guess growing up on a farm. Did you see agriculture and farming as a business always no never in keeping in mind. I grew up in Saskatchewan in the eighties and early nineties and so I recall dust storms. And that's when we were using using a lot of tillage in cultivation so the farm practices have you know thank goodness. They've they've evolved since then and so. When I was a kid Ed looking at the opportunity I never considered farming something that I would do primarily because it was a you know it just wasn't an option? Commodity prices prices are low. Interest rates were hovering around eighteen to twenty eight percent so financially. It just didn't make sense but it's always been something that I've been passionate national about and so I was really. I'm I'm still very grateful for the opportunity to be in the industry and to work with the people that I do. I think many people in that armie age have come back to the industry or you know they have stayed within agriculture. But as a result of many people within my generation fortyish type thing You know leaving and then coming back I think it makes for stronger. Business Decisions and definitely an appreciation appreciation for the ups and downs. The cyclicality of affirming now you've migrated and there's a strong career passwords manufacturing. And does that come from your dad being an inventor and I guess was there manufacturing there as well with with a hitch in the drop panel. Yes so I think that my fascination with farm equipment definitely comes from my dad and when we were farming being essentially in no disrespect for those in the Tompkins or the you know the that area but we essentially farming in the middle of nowhere and so so if something if a piece of equipment went down you had to fix it and my dad is someone who was never satisfied with the status quo and so the first farm show I worked. I was twelve. That was in eighty seven. I think and he wanted Innovation Award and there was a lot of people around found that thought out. That is the most simple thing. I can't believe I didn't invent it and I think that's sort of seed of innovation is within many in the farm industry industry because you have to find a way to be efficient particularly when you're farming and there's not a you know a service technician around or close and so you have to be a problem solver so fast forward to two thousand and fifteen when I I was approached to become AMC's the president of the agricultural manufacturers of Canada. It did seem like a natural fit because I I enjoy the manufacturing industry I enjoy equipments and perhaps most importantly I enjoy working with farmers whether they're male or female it. It doesn't really matter. I think that there's a lot of really interesting things happening in the industry right now the emergence of hemp coming out The you know organic onic versus conventional the trade relations and some of the things that are going on with India and China right now. There's no shortage of interesting Topics that you can cover and worst case scenario talk about the weather so the weather. Yeah exactly how do you you see agriculture right now as as a business. What kind of opportunities are are out there? Well I believe strongly that There there is a requirement to feed the world and the question right now is will farmers. Conventional farmers be permitted to to grow their food. And we know that we don't have to have any world food shortages we just. Don't we have the capability to be highly productive active but it comes down to the science and the emotion of of selling not. And you know so when I look at the future of the industry. I'm a little concerned to honest. That consumers who are very far from what actually happens on the farms conventional farms will dictate hate that they will not eat certain types of food and I'll eat anything off of our off of the farm always have and always will but that fear and that emotion for the for those who are more in the urban settings worries me because they you know. There's there's I understand when when you're your mother or a father and someone saying to you this food could harm you. It's very sooners the vaccine movement and the Anti Vaccine Movement where we know that we can get rid red of major major diseases and yet the emotion of a vaccine is holding us back from completely. You're advocating certain diseases so I think you know. The Future of agriculture is going to depend quite a bit on the consumers and to to a certain degree the marketing of the industry to those who don't understand it but on the flip side. We're seeing some really neat things happening with artificial official intelligence with automation and many of it much of it coming out of Saskatchewan with Dot Technology Corp or on the automation side in artificial intelligence companies like Artificial intelligence precision agriculture. You know there's some really neat things and I think because Husky Cashman has such a large number of farmers it lends itself well to being an agriculture superpower. Because for those those that aren't on the farm we can and should be thinking about. How can we help? Farmers be more efficient and help them be profitable in a sustainable way. I always find it interesting that we you know. I'm not from Scotland and living here. You understand or you see really that that we are in agriculture superstar yet. We don't don't seem to get the credit for that anywhere and is that a marketing problem or is that just because we're so small or why why I too. We sit in that spot of being I guess not as not as respected isn't the right word but not not acknowledged or not given that that credit for for the work that's happening here in the amazing abilities that are people here. Well I think you know Saskatoon because the other thing we are as we're very rural you know when you look out the proximity between Saskatoon then Regina or swift. Current are larger centers. Prince Albert are larger centers are quite a distance away. And so there's a natural. Well I think affinity for those of us that do come from smaller hounds to not be overly boastful about where we come from and what we've accomplished.

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"leah" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"leah" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Mothers daughters Leah. Channel. point seven kids if you live near the beach do you ever get the feeling that people just want to be your friends so they can target your place So. You..

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"leah" Discussed on Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing

Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"leah" Discussed on Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing

"Welcome back to the slow flowers podcast with Deborah printing. And I am so delighted today to welcome a special guest Leah Penon. Leah is one of the cofounders or the co founder of soul fire farm and the author of farming while black this fabulous new book. That's just come out. And we're going to talk about that highly try thank you so much for having me today. Oh, my pleasure. And I know we're not looking at each other. We're doing this over Skype. I hope I get to meet you in person. And I just have to say I told you in an Email that Karen Washington who wrote the forward to your book as the first person who mentioned that I needed to track you down and get a copy of farming Welby black, and I'm so glad she did. I met her last summer at a Merican horticultural society event so virtual Hello. Can you can you give us a snapshot of what what? And where your arm is soul. Fire farm. That's hard to say. I'm sorry. I'm tripping over soul. Fires a bit of a tongue twister. Now, tell us about your farm aware, it is, and I know there's multiple facets to this farm. Sure. So we at sulphur farm are in the mountains of Grafton, New York, which is about forty minutes set of Albany, the capital of New York state. We steward seventy two acres and intensively, cultivate, about five of those in mixed vegetables. Herbs chickens for eggs and meats and fruits, including some flowers, of course. And our mission is to end, racism and injustice in the food system. And we're working on that in three different ways. The first is uplifting and using afro indigenous farming practices to produce food for those who need it most in our community. So, you know,.

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"leah" Discussed on Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing

Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"leah" Discussed on Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing

"Welcome back to the slow flowers podcast with Deborah printing. And I am so delighted today to welcome a special guest Leah Penon. Leah is one of the cofounders or the co founder of soul fire farm and the author of farming while black this fabulous new book. That's just come out. And we're going to talk about that highly try thank you so much for having me today. Oh, my pleasure. And I know we're not looking at each other. We're doing this over Skype. I hope I get to meet you in person. And I just have to say I told you in an Email that Karen Washington who wrote the forward to your book as the first person who mentioned that I needed to track you down and get a copy of farming Welby black, and I'm so glad she did. I met her last summer at a Merican horticultural society event so virtual Hello. Can you can you give us a snapshot of what what? And where your arm is soul. Fire farm. That's hard to say. I'm sorry. I'm tripping over soul. Fires a bit of a tongue twister. Now, tell us about your farm aware, it is, and I know there's multiple facets to this farm. Sure. So we at sulphur farm are in the mountains of Grafton, New York, which is about forty minutes set of Albany, the capital of New York state. We steward seventy two acres and intensively, cultivate, about five of those in mixed vegetables. Herbs chickens for eggs and meats and fruits, including some flowers, of course. And our mission is to end, racism and injustice in the food system. And we're working on that in three different ways. The first is uplifting and using afro indigenous farming practices to produce food for those who need it most in our community. So, you know,.

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"leah" Discussed on Fake the Nation

Fake the Nation

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"leah" Discussed on Fake the Nation

"To join me on this topic. We have a veteran of the nation. Comedian Leah Bonham. I Haley a- I and we also have relatively new to the show, but but as already taken up an outsized portion of our hearts, you lays, it's comedian, Mat Rogers. So you guys in this article she starts out talking about how back in the day. Everyone had a friend that was selling like jewelry. There was made at home or whatever like Avon products, or whatever. So I wanted to ask I did you guys have that experience. Where like you knew someone who was like selling a thing back in the day. And the do you feel an obligation to like buy it because it used to just be like one person? Right. Like there was I didn't have like a trove of these people in my life. I can't think of anything for me, except I remember my mother went parties. Like, my mother would have these kind of like candle parties are jewelry parties and all her girlfriends would come over. I think it was more of a his for them to get drunk together on wine or whatever. But the thing is like they would be kind of like bordering these little Chachis. I guess I do remember that. I do remember being part of the culture. Right. And and I yeah. Because I think like this was more like our parents situation. 'cause I remember like my mom had a friend that had. Some jewelry situation at like. I also felt like a weird just as a child like watching that happen feeling a weird like sweat forming on my face of like, my mom is something. I hope she does. I don't know. How does this work? Like, I wasn't even involved. I was like eight. But like it was stressing me out lead was that ever a part of your life. I do feel like there was like the jewelry parties. But I don't feel. I felt like it was also like a social gathering like it was like a little money. People got on the side. But it was also like people felt like it was more like I'm going to hang out with my friends, go. Well, you know what I mean? So I kind of felt like everybody's sort of understood that maybe you would in a financial position to buy. Yeah. I felt like we would all people support each other being like all calm, and I'll tell other people..

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