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Fresh update on "luke" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:42 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "luke" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"6 23 now a new data shows that at the height of the lockdowns and social distancing fewer people walk down the aisle in 2020 The CDC says there were only about 1.7 million weddings a year It's the lowest number in the U.S. since 1963 while mayor droids have been declining since 2016 It was a large drop off from 2019 down 17% Our area saw similar declines D.C.'s marriage rate decreased by about 17% in Maryland there were 23% fewer weddings in Virginia solids marriage rate dropped by around 13% No data is available for 2021 or this year but hopefully more couples got hitched more of us guess got to do the electric slide and drink free booze Luke Luger WTO P news He had 6 24 now North Korea added hundreds of thousands of infections to its growing pandemic caseload today But it also said a million people have already recovered from suspected COVID-19 The country's antivirus headquarters announced another 232,000 new cases of fever another 6 deaths Those figures raise its totals to 62 deaths and more than 1.7 million fever cases since late April Experts believe the numbers of North Korea are actually much higher Countries with outbreaks of a similar size to North Korea's official fever tally have confirmed thousands of deaths each the World Health Organization says North Korea has not responded to its request for more data about its outbreak Shots were fired at a D.C. police owned impound lot in Anna rondell county They say that a group of people have been tampering with cars in that lot near the D.C. youth rehab services facility about 5 30 last night a special police officer spotted the group and confronted them before they fired shots at the officer who then returned fire Nobody was heard here about three suspects were arrested they are still searching for.

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Fresh update on "luke" discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:38 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "luke" discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

"The 22nd at the lyndhurst estate in New York the event was originally sent to be held in January but was postponed because of the omicron surge in person spectators will be welcomed for the first time since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic and know you will probably not hear I love a terrier but you never know A well placed bullet hole is causing a leak and kingsland in more than one way to one The small southern Arkansas town is the birthplace of the legendary singer Johnny Cash whose silhouette is painted on the 50,000 gallon water tower Somebody recently fired a shot at that and it hit the image of the man in black in what mayor Luke Neal calls very sensitive area making it appear that Johnny is well urinating off the side of the thing And that stunt is attracting a lot of attention It's also costing the city about $200 a day until the whole can be repaired a job that will cost around $5000 The vandal could face felony charges if they're caught I can just see an opportunity for the flomax company but even thinking about that one too long 6 27.

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A Woman Came to Jesus

Truth For Life Daily Program

02:06 min | 2 weeks ago

A Woman Came to Jesus

"Well, we're going to loop finally at this encounter between Jesus and this particular lady. So first of all, then a woman came. That's how it's introduced while he was at Bethany in the house of Simon the leper. He was there having a meal, a woman came. Now, if your Bible is open there, you will notice that chapter 13 is essentially all of that discourse. But it's quite interesting that that particular discourse in chapter 13 is framed on either side by the introduction of two women at the end of chapter 12, remember the widow's offering that Jesus has observed and to which he has drawn his disciples attention. So in verse 40 three, he says to them truly, truly, I say to you that this poor widow has put in more than all those who are contributing to the offering box. Why? Because he was measuring by sacrifice. Not by amount. He was measuring by proportion. So this lady had actually done something quite dramatic. And Jesus disciples were very slow to grasp the values of the kingdom. And you will notice, actually, that if your Bible is open, that it goes from Jesus pointing to this lady and saying, let me show you what it really means to be committed to the kingdom and to be involved in sacrifice. And it says, and as they came out of the temple, one of his disciples said Luke teacher what wonderful stones and what wonderful buildings. He said, were you listening to me or what? But it's just like there's Sunday morning service, isn't it? The pastor preaches his heart out in somebody comes out and says do you want to go to Denny's or should we go to such and such? Well, did you hear what the man said, yeah, but we're finished with what the man said. Yes, it was something about a lady. She put in our money, but we'd rather talk about the architecture than face the challenge of Jesus words. We'd rather talk about just about anything other than face the challenge that Jesus brings.

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Red Bull pilots and skydive masters plan weekend plane swap

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 3 weeks ago

Red Bull pilots and skydive masters plan weekend plane swap

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Jazz beat Mavericks to tie series, spoil Doncic's return

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 weeks ago

Jazz beat Mavericks to tie series, spoil Doncic's return

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Webb strong for 8 innings, Giants edge Padres 2-1

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

Webb strong for 8 innings, Giants edge Padres 2-1

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Palm Sunday: A Display of Splendor Before a Cross of Shame

Latest Sunday Audio

01:44 min | Last month

Palm Sunday: A Display of Splendor Before a Cross of Shame

"Now once again, as you ponder these things and I hope you will check up on this later on and you will look for yourself. The variances are interesting. For example, in Luke's account, there are no branches mentioned at all. No branches. Only cloaks. In the record of Matthew and John. And Matthew and Mark, there are branches. Only in the gospel of John, are the branches, palm branches. So when I not for the gospel of John, this would have to be called branch Sunday. Which wouldn't really have the same ring to it at all. I'm not sure who came up with the palm as being the most significant thing of all. But there it is. Jesus, as he makes his approach is being greeted as the son of David, as the messianic king. He is approaching Jerusalem in a purposeful way. It would obviously have been possible for Jesus to go into the city inconspicuously, to go there quietly. The gospel writers tell us on many occasions he withdrew himself from the crowd on one occasion when they thought to make a king, he left them directly and immediately. And so he makes his entry into Jerusalem in fulfillment of Old Testament prophecy. He doesn't arrive on a chariot, but on a cult. He is going to be lifted up, but not to a throne, but to a cross. This display is a display of splendor as he approaches across of shame.

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Ramos shines in debut, Giants edge Marlins 3-2

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

Ramos shines in debut, Giants edge Marlins 3-2

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Lionel Richie honored with Gershwin Prize

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Lionel Richie honored with Gershwin Prize

"My major runner for a big name singer songwriter there's no shortage of love for Lionel Richie as friends and colleagues in the music world attended a special night in his honor he received this year's George Gershwin prize given out each year by the library of Congress Richey who has had a big string of hits over the decades got to hear others takes on those hits during a tribute concert in his honor among those paying tribute Gloria Stefan Luke Bryan Chris Stapleton and me gal Anthony Anderson hosted the whole shebang will be aired on may seventeenth on PBS I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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The End of an Era? Russia Realigns the World at America's Expense

The Trish Regan Show

02:01 min | 2 months ago

The End of an Era? Russia Realigns the World at America's Expense

"Let's go back to topic of the day, which is the reality that Joe Biden and company does do not want to face. And that is that Russia is realigning the world as we speak. You know, I'm really just stunned and disgusted. By the fact that we have not done what we can and what we should in terms of sanctions, we have still not sanctioned, Russian oil. I mean, imagine that. What is going on? What is the thinking? Why would you not just say, you know what? You're done. No more of any of this coming in. And by the way, why is Gazprom? The natural gas company state sponsored by Russia is still trading on the London stock exchange or Luke oil, the oil company from Russia for that matter. In other words, we as a world, we as NATO need to say yeah, we're not doing business with these. These murderers, and yet we have not done that that most basic thing. Why? Why? Is Joe Biden that afraid of gas prices going up? Look, he's made his bed, okay? This is his problem now. We will look back on this time. We will equate it with a 1970s and Jimmy Carter. We predicted it would be Jimmy Carter. We're just didn't think it'd be quite this bad. As Jimmy Carter all over again, you will be seeing gas lines. You will see tremendous pain at the gas pump as a result of inflation. There's ways that we could get around this, by the way. But apparently nobody has two brain cells there in Washington, D.C.. Where is Biden on all this? I mean, he should be out front and center and saying, you know what? We're not going to allow any business with Russia and anybody who does business with Russia is not doing business with us. This is what they did in Venezuela. Remember that? When they just caught Venezuela off with all the sanctions, by the way, he's looking like a pussycat. Nicholas Maduro, compared to Vladimir Putin these days. But we put sanctions in there, completely got them off, and yet we're not even doing that with Russia.

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Robertson, Stars beat Predators 4-3 in return from break

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

Robertson, Stars beat Predators 4-3 in return from break

"Jason Roberson Tipton shot from John Klingberg twice on power plays before Luke Glendening scored the go ahead goal early in the third period of the stars four three win over the predators ruby has had his team leading twenty first goal in helping Dallas won for the sixth time in eight games Robertson now has nineteen goals and Klingberg has twenty four CEST Matt Duchene scores twenty second for the predators who are raced one goal deficits with each of their goals all star Roman Yossi had two assists in Nashville second loss in six games I'm Dave very

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Pastor Luke Barnett Describes the Dream City Church Fasting Challenge

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:43 min | 4 months ago

Pastor Luke Barnett Describes the Dream City Church Fasting Challenge

"Tell us about it. Okay, so we challenged our church at the beginning of the year to from every Tuesday to Wednesday. It's called the John Wesley fast. It was the longest. It's the fast that held the longest revival in history. And so it's a 24 hour fast. And what we've asked our people starting today at lunch, eat breakfast, eat lunch, then after lunch, don't eat dinner tonight or breakfast tomorrow morning, but pick up eating again at lunchtime tomorrow. It's 24 hour fast, but just two meals. And that was the John Wesley fast. And then come tomorrow night for our midweek church experience where we are going to. We've gathered hundreds, thousands of prayer requests for people who need breakthrough in some area of their life. Maybe they need healing for their body. Maybe they need a financial breakthrough for their business. Maybe their kids are far from God and they're praying for their kids to come back home. But they're going to have thousands of per request. So we're going to meet here at 6 30 tomorrow night. You're all invited to come and be part of this. And for 15 minutes, we're going to sing some songs of worship. Then we're going to teach you for 15 minutes. What prayer is, how to pray. A principles are prayer. And then we're going to turn the playlist on and hundreds of people are going to just walk around the auditorium here and pick up these prayer cards and be in stacks of three or four. And you're going to pray for other people's kids who need the lord. Other people who need healing for their body. You're going to pray for them. They call their names on just saying, would you touch their lives? And hundreds of people are going to be doing this to the people and their prayer request. And by the way, if you need a protocol, please don't leave tonight. If you need in your life, feel all those cars. We'll pray for you tomorrow night as well. But so we're

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Christmas Teaches Us That We're All in This Together

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:01 min | 5 months ago

Christmas Teaches Us That We're All in This Together

"I want to focus on something first that I believe our country in many ways needs to hear at this Christmas season. And it is that all of us matter. And I think when you look at the Christmas story and you look at the story from the scripture, we see the story of them going, David and Mary and they went and it's always been fascinating to me that one of the Christmas play always it features an innkeeper who says no room, no room, you know, I read a story one time where the pastor went up to this young little boy and he was just in tears before the Christmas story. The Christmas play at their church and little boy was just upset and the pastor came to him and he says, you know, what is the problem? Why are you so upset? We're getting ready for the Christmas play and you got a great part. You're gonna be the innkeeper. And the little boy looked up at the pastor and he said, but pastor, he said, I don't want to tell Jesus he doesn't have a roux. And the pastor was a course taken back and he explained that. But imagine that right there. You know, my question to so many, especially for believers in Christmas is is do we have room for Jesus? Do we have room for Christ? The Christ of Christmas do we have room for? But after you have this and it says she rapped him and swaddled in swaddling clothes on from the old King James and placed him in a manger because there was no room for them in the end. But the very next verse hits on something that I want all of us to understand Democrats, Republicans, independence, conservative liberals, everybody else, is there were all in this together and that everybody matters. In our country needs to hear this because the next people that are said that when we switch from the birth of Jesus to the next verse in Luke chapter two verse I said, and there were shepherds living out in the fields nearby, keeping watch over their flocks by night, and an angel lord appeared to them in the glory of the lord shown around them and they were terrified or sore fright. But the angel said to them, do not be afraid of bringing good news of a great joy that will be for all

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Charlie and Pastor David Engelhardt Discuss the Great Christmas Gift Debate

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:28 min | 5 months ago

Charlie and Pastor David Engelhardt Discuss the Great Christmas Gift Debate

"So I do a hillsdale college partnership. Anyone can check it out Charlie for hillsdale dot com. And I said that virtue should be rewarded by parents, such as kids that take hillsdale online courses versus playing violent video games or goofing around and on TikTok all day long. And that your Christmas gifts should be distributed to children versus based on the, let's say, based on the decisions your children make, and also whether or not they're good kids versus bad kids. Got a lot of pushback on that. Some parents agreed most disagreed. They said you don't know what it's like because you're not a parent, fair enough. That's fine, but I was raised by parents that would always say, hey, if you don't behave, you're not gonna get good gifts. And it worked. David, what is the Bible say, what is your book say about this? Well, we start with this premise that life itself is not a gift. And we have a world that has been so dunked in soft socialism and a welfare state that anybody that's lacking anything is seen as some kind of great moral crisis. And the idea, you know, we're the wealthiest country in the history of the world at the wealthiest time of our country. And people have, you know, there's so many parents right now that are buying gaming computers for their kids. They're sold out all over the place. They're like a thousand bucks a pop. I mean, think about getting think about when you were a kid, Charlie, your parent, like getting you a $1000 just for the heck of it. Just getting because you need to, you need to TikTok more or whatever. We don't understand this concept of earning things. It's kind of left. Justice is all about what's owed and what's being worse, right? Exactly. Right. I owe you something. If I harmed you as a debt, that's right. Justice is all about debt. That's why in the lord's prayer Luke chapter 11 and says, you know, our father who are in heaven Halloween, you're him. Forgive us our debts as we forgive those who owe us debts. It literally uses the terminology debts because justice is about debts being owed or being not owed. When we come into the world, God doesn't give us life and say you can do whatever you want with it. He says, I have a specific set of instructions for you. I want you to be fruitful. I want you to multiply. I want you to diminish darkness. I want you to be kind. I want you to be just. I want you to be good. Those are the things. And if you're not those things, then you are in debt to God because you're wasting the life he's given

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'The Case for Christ' Author Lee Strobel on the Biggest Christmas Misconception

The Dan Bongino Show

02:52 min | 5 months ago

'The Case for Christ' Author Lee Strobel on the Biggest Christmas Misconception

"You out there I want to welcome back to the show A good friend to the show for his second appearance a guy who wrote a book that changed my life The book was called the case for Christ it's a magnificent book Lee strobe Lee welcome back to the show Well thanks so much Dan Merry Christmas to you and your listeners Merry Christmas to you as well my Friends so we spoke last time and will be rerunning that interview I got so much feedback about your book the case for Christ Little background folks again Lee Yeah people loved it Lee was a journalist writing a book and again leaf I mischaracterized his stomach but trying to discredit he existence of Christ and found himself becoming a believer while writing the book and wrote about his journey in a book called the case for Christ It's magnificent I just learned today Lee then you have a book as well called the case for Christmas So I am going to be picking this up today and it turns out there are a lot of misconceptions about Christmas that you've discovered in your work You want to go through some of them for us Yeah sure One of the big misconceptions I think stems from the fact that there's a certain Greek word that was mistranslated in the original King James version It's a work Catalina which is a Greek word that refers to a guesthouse And so when you read the story about the Christmas you know everybody's familiar with It's a Marianne Joseph go to Bethlehem for the census And the returned away by the mean oil innkeeper and so she has to give birth either in a cave or in a stable or something like that Well there was really no innkeeper that really wasn't all in The word can't Lima that's used in by the gospel writer Luke refers to a guest room And so what this means what actually happened is in the first century in a Jewish home in Bethlehem it would be one big room divided into two places One places for the animals to come at night and they would keep the animals indoors and there was a major there with some hay for them to eat built into the floor And a few steps up and then a living area which is where they would cook and sleep and so forth And sometimes the animals would come upstairs there's a couple of stairs there into the living area and so they had a major there as well Now some of the wealthier two families would have a second room A guest room called the Catalina And that's what the Bible is referring to And so what happened was Mary Joseph come into town and there was no room for them in the guest room of the house But there was room apparently in the family room and that's where she gave birth not in a cave not in a stable But there were animals around because they were allowed into the home at night And so that part would be accurate So I think people get the misconception that says all in keeper that somehow shun Mary and Joseph from

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Idaho Could Go the Way of Colorado if Residents Don't Act Now

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:00 min | 5 months ago

Idaho Could Go the Way of Colorado if Residents Don't Act Now

"But in a state like Idaho, when I get emails from people and I meet with them, they say, yeah, I was a nurse at saint Luke's or saint alphonsus. And I'm going to have to lose my job or I'm going to lose my job replaced by a California working. You know that's what they're doing, right? They're flying in California's here to Idaho, giving them a 6000 per month per diem to go work in your hospitals while your fellow citizens and fellow countrymen here in Idaho gets fired and cast aside. Where's the leadership? Don't put up with this anymore. And I know that a lot of you are saying, well, what else do we do? You're not doing enough. And whatever it is, whether it be demonstrations, whether it be calling a special special session. This is and this is where I really kind of put Idaho in this position where if Florida, a state where there's more registered Democrats than Republicans, Ron DeSantis comes out proudly. His numbers go skyrocket by the way. His numbers went straight up when he said this. He said no nurse, police officer or firefighter or worker is going to get fired on my watch in the state of Florida and it's because he's courageous enough to do it. And so look, Idaho's at a turning point inside a tipping point, it's at a moment that it's going to be a real test, right? And right now, Idaho is on pace to be another Colorado. Just so we all are clear, right? It's on pace. And it's because a week leadership. And by the way, I mean, this on the federal and the state level. I mean it on both. And I'm not sure if you're cheering for him or if you're against him. I don't really quite know what that was, whatever. So and what I'm telling you right now, though, is that the people of Idaho are people that have done their job and they have been done. They've done what they're told, they love liberty. They love freedom. And yeah, look, you're giving up a phenomenal point here. Strengthen what remains. And yeah, there's tons of people that are coming from Washington and Oregon. Why do you think they're coming here? They're coming here because you were a conservative state. And they know your leaders aren't going to do anything that will

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Reggie Jackson hits winning jumper, Clippers beat Magic

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 5 months ago

Reggie Jackson hits winning jumper, Clippers beat Magic

"Reggie Reggie Jackson Jackson nailed nailed a a jumper jumper with with two two point point two two seconds seconds left left to to give give the the clippers clippers a a one one oh oh six six one one oh oh four four win win over over the the magic magic Jackson Jackson scored scored nine nine of of his his twenty twenty five five points points in in the the fourth fourth quarter quarter including including his his step step back back twenty twenty footer footer which which came came after after call call after after he he tied tied it it with with a a three three pointer pointer Terrence Terrence Ross Ross missed missed a a Trey Trey at at the the buzzer buzzer Luke Luke Conard Conard had had a a season season high high twenty twenty three three points points and and hit hit seven seven threes threes in in the the clippers clippers third third straight straight win win Terrence Terrence Mann Mann added added sixteen sixteen points points Anthony Anthony led led the the magic magic with with twenty twenty three three points points one one more more than than Ross Ross Anthony Anthony also also hit hit five five three three pointers pointers I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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Lou Dobbs Could Not Have Anticipated the Catastrophic Collapse of the Biden Administration

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:38 min | 5 months ago

Lou Dobbs Could Not Have Anticipated the Catastrophic Collapse of the Biden Administration

"Is, of course, an icon. He's an American political commentator author. His latest book, the Trump century, how our president changed the course of history forever. Launched a new podcast. The man's a busy man. And he's not too busy for the Mike Gallagher's show. How you been, my friend. Never too busy for you, Margaret. I could be with you. It's great to catch up with you as well, Luke. Thank you so much for something that I know you're aware of, our prison fellowship campaign. I want to make a amazing offer that you've generously agreed to do. But before we get to any of that, we just got to talk about what it must feel like to be vindicated. You've talked about for years. The leadership of president Trump has a headline over at Fox News. Somebody that I enjoyed many moments with with you on the set, Monica Crowley, writing about Joe Biden's catastrophic collapse of American leadership. Lou as much as you sounded the warning cry, the battle cry. Did you ever think things would go so badly so quickly for the Biden administration? Well, I knew they would get the answer is I thought they would get this bad. And by the way, perhaps considerably worse. I did not think. Even Joe Biden could send us into a tailspin, this early in his administration, but then again, I had no idea that he would be this aggressive in such long headed policies and such perverse values as he brings to the Oval Office.

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NYC Man Out on Bail Reform, Brutally Beats 2 Women in 'Violent, Unprovoked' Attacks Then Released Again

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:44 min | 5 months ago

NYC Man Out on Bail Reform, Brutally Beats 2 Women in 'Violent, Unprovoked' Attacks Then Released Again

"We're witnessing a country that is on the brink. And instead of worrying about, I'm reading about a 23 year old punk monster coward. 23 year old piece of excrement named Daryl Johnson. Listen to this story from the New York Post. A man charged with beating a guy last year was dumped back onto the street thanks to so called bail reform, only to allegedly pummel two women on the upper west side Thursday and be freed again. Daryl Johnson left one of his random female victims show brutally beaten that she suffered a quote disfiguring laceration to her face. Law enforcement sources told the New York Post yesterday. Now this guy has more than a dozen arrests. He was hit with assault and harassment charges when he beat the man. In August of 2020, he allegedly punched his victim about the face with a closed fist multiple times, then he used his feet to kick and stomp the man. But a judge had to release him without any bail. Because none of the charges were eligible for incarceration under revamped state laws. Then, with that case, still pending. This evil monster went up to a 50 year old woman at Broadway and west 79th in Manhattan around 9 20 a.m. Thursday morning. A beat her in a violent, unprovoked attack. This woman was literally scarred for life. She has a disfiguring scar now on her face. Three minutes later, the guy assaulted another woman, a block away, police say. In that incident, he walked up to a 32 year old woman on west 80th street. Pounding her in the face. Both women, women, were taken to saint Luke's hospital. In court, now brace yourself. Sit down if you're standing. Manhattan prosecutors recommended that this guy be released. A request, the judge

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No. 3 Cincinnati claims AAC crown, possible playoff spot

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 5 months ago

No. 3 Cincinnati claims AAC crown, possible playoff spot

"Undefeated undefeated Cincinnati Cincinnati beat beat Houston Houston in in the the American American athletic athletic conference conference championship championship game game thirty thirty five five twenty twenty and and virtually virtually assured assured himself himself a a spot spot in in the the college college football football playoff playoff the the bill bill Catholic Catholic by by just just a a point point at at halftime halftime but but broke broke it it open open with with three three touchdowns touchdowns within within a a five five minute minute span span early early in in the the third third quarter quarter doesn't doesn't refer refer to to his his three three touchdown touchdown passes passes and and Jerome Jerome Ford Ford ran ran forty forty two two yards yards for for second second long long TD TD run run to to put put cincy cincy up up thirty thirty five five thirteen thirteen and and make make the the case case for for Luke Luke Fickell Fickell theme theme for for finished finished with with one one hundred hundred eighty eighty seven seven yards yards rushing rushing Houston Houston is is now now eleven eleven into into I'm I'm Tom Tom Merriam Merriam

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"luke" Discussed on Code Story

Code Story

01:34 min | 6 months ago

"luke" Discussed on Code Story

"This is code story. The podcast bringing you interviews with tech visionaries. Who share in the critical moments of what it takes to change an industry and build and lead. A team that has your back. I'm your host Noah Lampard. And today how Luke cobin combined his passions for cloud and code and created developer first infrastructure. All this and more. On code story. Luke hoban has been into tech computers for many, many years. It started off when he was a kid, but sailed with him into college as he got into languages. He spent the first part of his career at Microsoft building tools, ides, and programming languages. His take on the frame of mind required to build a language is centered around what you wanted to do combined with how it feels for the programmer to express what they want to do. Bottom line, it is an art, not a science, and is much more about product and user interaction design than anything. Post Microsoft, Luke went to work for Amazon on the cloud, specifically EC2. The thing he had in the back of his head for many years was how to bring the programming model into the cloud space. He eventually left Amazon and set out to combine his love of designing programming languages with the movement and excitement of the cloud. This.

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"luke" Discussed on The Speaker Station Podcast

The Speaker Station Podcast

05:25 min | 7 months ago

"luke" Discussed on The Speaker Station Podcast

"Many people struggle with these including my guest loop mingka's lucas inexperienced public speaker. Who had to learn how to get over tremendous stagefright introversion and shyness to be able to excel in running his very successful newtown. big dreams. Podcast luke is a living positive.

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"luke" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

04:13 min | 7 months ago

"luke" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"I think that's well said. The task of managing complexity. So DevRel folks always seem to have a lot of fun as you put it, develop a relations people at software engineers with personalities. Some of them until they even have good personalities. So it's developer relations in your view a distinct career path. And if so, for folks who may be interested in following that path, what is your advice? Yeah, I totally think it is. It's definitely a career path that has been growing. I think when Google first started developing relations, we were one of the first people specifically having it as an engineering arm were the first people to do that. But now this developer relations to all sorts of companies out there, basically anybody who has any sort of developer offering will usually have developed relations going with it. And, you know, if you like talking to people, if you like engaging with others and educating and teaching, but also building and creating. It's a really good career opportunity for a lot of people. It kind of mixes the world of just writing pure code, as well as being able to kind of go out there and enable other people to build successful stuff on top of what you've done and enabled other people to do. It kind of feels good, right? When you say interesting startups out there and you're like, hey, I help them. I help them do that. So if I was listening to this and I wanted to maximize my chances of landing a job in developer relations, what sort of things should I be doing? Right. So there's things like community groups like Google has one called GDGs where you can go and get Google developer groups and they have made ups and chapters all around the world. You can go then you could meet other people who are working on Google stuff as well, Google it, well, this is obviously before COVID. It's slightly changed at the moment. But yeah, Googled often send Google engineers to go and speak at these events and talk about new products that Google are doing or interesting things. But it's a great place to go and meet other like minded individuals who are also in the same space as you. And then on top of that, it's like being more involved in open-source world, right? Like a lot of developer relations people come from the open-source world because they understand what it's like to work in the community, understand what it's like to build things out there, anybody can look at what you're doing and trying to get adoption and get people to use whatever you're building. And then on top of that, it's more just like fixing, right? You say projects that you might be using on GitHub and then someone's got a bog or something there and you just send a pull request, big it. Often people can be like, oh, you know, you keep contributing to our react app, which I had to cover and work for us. Yeah, so bottom line just really good involved in the same communities that the developer relations people are in and show that you've got what it takes to be one of them. Yeah, in a sense. Great. So finally, Luke, I was just curious if you had any big predictions for the future of the developer experience. Interesting. I mean, I definitely feel like APIs is the future for a lot of things, right? We're going to be moving to a world where things will be acting on your behalf. You'll have devices you may have other things. So being able to understand a trust model through an API and seeing where that takes you is going to be an interesting place. I really believe that the future of us is like basically having a device in our pocket and we just walk in that sort of like does a lot of the communications for us between each other or going forward. But I don't know. It's interesting. I feel like machine learning AI and then connecting individuals is kind of like the future space ride, especially with the world that we're moving into now where it's a bit more remote and figuring out how to communicate and that sort of stuff. I feel like that's probably the way we're going to be ending up. Really interesting. Luke may, thanks very much for a fascinating conversation. All right, thank you very much..

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"luke" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

02:21 min | 10 months ago

"luke" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

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"luke" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

02:30 min | 10 months ago

"luke" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

"Welcome back to the sunday. Sit down podcast now. More of my conversation. With luke bryan as we move and sit down at the soundboard in the studio and luke gives us an exclusive early. Listen to a very meaningful very personal song. He wrote for his late brother. Chris no i love about you. Loopier hands on artist. And you know everyone in these buttons does yet. This is the flux capacitor. You have no idea. I know this. This is where you hire the the pros. And i tell you what like these boards are like you know. They're just vintage. And that's what it's pretty cool thing. Back it's cool. It's all throwback so yeah so. Yeah i'll play you play the song that we're really featuring in the docu series and it's a song about connor how me and my brother. This is kind of how we rolled and and Yeah we won't let me.

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"luke" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

09:04 min | 10 months ago

"luke" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

"Was a student of country music. I truly was and i spent my life watching interviews. Were other were my heroes talk about the day. They got their record deal and the second that happened to me. It was it. Was that failing. And when you're When mike dunkin the president of capital he looked at me and he goes. We don't know we don't know what we're gonna do with you but we know we won't you and we know there's something special about you and he goes and we're giving you a record deal and it was. I mean it was the most emotional high you could ever have and call them my mother and hearing her. I mean my mother's all i mean. In any given moment you know kitten on the side of the road. She's starts calling commercial anything she she. She's not afraid to let her emotions show sometimes. Sometimes you're like you're like all mothers do that on this one though. But when i call in heard her heard her emotion certified phone. It was magical and you know when you watch her in the docu series. I mean it's it's that same emotion and that's the beauty of gosh. You know having her and my dad. I mean when you see my dad tear up the main a man that does not tear up. I mean these are these are things that that are really really big moments in our life and we even have even referenced it before i mean you've got to. You've got to really enjoy the amazing times because tough times are going to happen. I think they're just all a part of trying to make life something somewhat even for all of us but you don't want to think about it in those terms but you gotta love you gotta love those great times and that that that hearing you got a record deal is nothing. Nothing feels better than that. You almost like. I wish i could just have somebody just telling me that again. Well people who wanna grow up to be. The next luke bryan should know too that there was. There was struggle in nashville before that phone. Call where you'd go and have these showcases and they'd go. I don't see it. I don't see it and that so there were you know. Not just in your in your personal professional valley's you had to come out. I mean i think as as this business. And this town nashville. It certainly isn't designed four things to get handed to you. And and i tell i mean even even when we're all set american idol we try to prepare these kids for this is just a stamp in your journey. And so when you to nashville. I mean i. Remember thinking upcoming to nashville. I've been playing shows. I'm like us you know. I'm like elvis. because everybody's been telling me that and then you get downtown and you start seeing some other people in their skills and you learned real quick. You better you better polish up your your chops and So yeah i mean i had to. I played played songs for record executives. That i play my songs for record executives that when i bought clint black's record and i read that. I'm i'm in front of that guy. That's in the cd jackets. and stuff. and that was nerve and stuff and they told me no and the in you play for another one and they tell you there's something there but you're not ready and you just can't and you gotta be naive to i tell you i tell people you know. These kids have called me. Or i'll talk somebody and they wanna know all the info but that's impossible you can't you're not gonna know all the info you got to just get in there and figure it out yourself and that's what i was doing and when somebody would not give me a record deal i just be like okay. Well i guess. I'll just keep on working and so that's that's just what that's just what i the small town hard work and upbringing prepares you for and so i'll all paid off when i got that record deal. This is crazy. Do you have moments luke where you walk out onto the stage and their forty fifty thousand people in some football stadium. Do you ever go. You think about leesburg ever you think about being an attempt and statesboro plan for ten people. Do you think about. Time may not think what i've tried to do. My career is really relish. Enjoy appreciate every moment. And i think you've got to really live in the moment while it's happening and you've got to understand too that things will change and potentially that moment may not always be like that and do i want to be the though bidder got. That's mad because it wasn't like it was no i wanna be. I wanna be the happy guy. Every day. Because i achieved it. I figured it out. And i had the time of my life doing it and i had the i had the time of my life doing it with a bunch of wonderful people around me and and that's the cool thing you know it's It's your step on a stage. I mean some of them are songs. I mean when i go you got your hands up and you look out there. And everybody's got their hands up and nobody at that moment is worrying about anything. They're not worried about. They're not worried about their taxes. They're not worried about their job. They're just there in the moment with me and that's that's just spiritual and it always is every time it's like you're adorable. School principal says right at the beginning. He's never forgotten leesburg with them all the way i know we get and i didn't back. I go back there more than ever these days. I'm loving getting back to Spin got this tan right here. On the flint river tan tan. Get a little little two lane and the boat with you. I could talk for hours about the series amazing I think we'll take a minute and listen to music. All right cool. I love about you. Loopier hands on artist. And you know you everyone in these buttons yet. This is the flux capacitor. You have no idea this. This is where you hire the the pros. And i'll tell you. What like these boards. I you know they're just vintage. That's what is pretty cool. Yeah this is back it's cool. It's all throwback so yeah so. Yeah i'll play you play the song that we're really featuring in the docu series and it's a song about canada how and chris my brother. This is kind of how we rolled and and yet we will let me let you hear all right songs. You never heard Alawradio george plane. Enjoy beg alla his senior..

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"luke" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

08:02 min | 10 months ago

"luke" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

"Willie geist here with another episode of the sunday. Sit down podcast. My thanks is always clicking and listening along. We stepped away from sunday today on. Nbc for the last couple of weeks while the network carried coverage of the tokyo summer olympic games. But we are back and back in style. If i do say so myself with one of the biggest stars not just in country music. But in all of music luke bryan. Luke already had risen to the top of the country game with number one hits entertainer of the year award selling out football stadiums across the country when he took a job in two thousand. Seventeen as a judge on american idol sitting alongside lionel richie and katy perry and growing his audience his appeal even more. He's one of the great guys and he invited me down to nashville to sit and talk with him in a studio called ocean way that sits along the famed music row It's a place where he's recorded some of his albums. It's one of the little houses and in fact this one ocean way as a converted church. Sit along the street. If you've never been there it's really cool just to drive up and down and see all these little houses where music history has been made in some of the most famous songs in the history of music have been recorded we got together to talk about his new docu series called mike. Dirt road diaries. That's also the title of one of his songs which traces his rise from the peanut farms of south georgia. Leesburg georgia to be exact to the top of the music world. You know about his success. You also may know there's been a lot of tragedy in his life. His older brother. Chris was killed in a car accident literally the night before. Luke was set to leave georgia at age. Twenty and go to nashville to chase his dream. Luke stayed home for five years after that to be with his grieving. Family delayed his dream but he got there soon after his sister died suddenly. His brother-in-law died luke and his wife caroline who was awesome took in the couple's three children It's an amazing story coming from where he has come from rising to where he has risen and all the bumps along that road. So i'm excited to bring you a great conversation with a truly great guy luke bryan right now on the sunday. Sit down podcast break cosima. Good thanks for being in the town. We're in this is made a lot of music in the student. I was gonna say you've recorded in here. Yeah we You know it's funny with with studios in nashville and stuff you. Can't you do a couple of albums in one and you're like well let me try this out so you count you kinda pop around to different studios. And and so yeah. I spent a lot of time here in ocean way and got a lot of and there's been some really amazing stuff that i've got to do in here and it's good to be back here in the heart of music run. This is it. this is it and you've been As we sit here you're getting ready to head out on tour. Yeah how much have you missed those live audiences because this docu series that we're gonna talk about. It became very clear to me that about the age of eight or nine. I needed a crash. Yeah i mean. I tell you you know i. I did have to be careful of that. Because you get in the habit where you just count to assume the role of trying to make everybody laugh and entertain. Everybody hadn't had been doing that well other than you know. Obviously thank god. I was able to do some of that on auto but but yeah i mean i tell you what you know everything i do in music. I mean the reason why moved to nashville was to set in motion said motion me getting on stage in front of people. I mean when. I love georgia. That was all i knew. Was you know playing in front of no matter. The venue the crowd the birthday party or whatever it was all about making people have fun and enjoy themselves. And i mean when you remove that element out of my life. I mean it took some. It took some reprogramming of the of the brain. But i tell you. I mean looking back. It was a lot of a lot of amazing little things with my family and consecutive nights. Same bed you know going to bed at normal hours and it was pretty amazing and you know what worries me is now. My boys have gotten a little accustomed to dad being around and now you know which thankfully it summer. And they'll come out on the road but it's just them ricotta them kinda relearning dad not being home as much and but what's funny about my boys. I mean they are like their cell phone mode. And i swear like the transition of blowing mama daily has come over to me. I mean they're like you know not nine in the morning they call. They make their daily request of the festivities of the day. Is it is it. Is it going wake surfing golfing and fishing or are we going to go build a rope swing tree. How and they laid their daily agendas out over coffee. So you're a camp director. Basically i have been. Yeah i have and then they bring buddies and then it's like they bring buddies so it's like five six boys. You've probably got the fun house right. You got all that stuff to play with. You know the house is exactly what mean. Caroline wanted it to be even with our nephew. He'll be in there. The basketball like past. Today's the basketball courts. Been full of boys out there shooting basketball and the gatorade truck pulls into the farm. They unload crates of gatorade. They drink them that day. So i mean we like. I said we cannot keep our frigerator stopped you know. The the pop tarts are gone daily. So we're having to feed all these animals. You really are running a like so you may need to get out in the roads. But there's there's always boys around the house and it's a big. My home was like that. I mean when i grew up in i even referenced sit in the series i mean our home was a hub. It was right in the heart of leesburg and you know my brother and sister. They had all their witherspoon. We had all the farmers you know end of summer day. My dad you know they. You know all huddled up around truck bad. Drinking beer at the end of the day talking about is is it dries at hot when we getting rained if we get too much rain so it was a lot. It was a little melting pot for us and you made some new music. He put the deluxe edition of your album out. You were doing american idol. So you were as you say. Still keeping busy with your jobs and your music. I was really blessed to to to stay real busy with. And yeah we were in the studio and and did the deluxe edition. And but i mean what's crazy is is You know the you don't realize the physical toll that time changes and stuff time changes and and what. I'm on the road by the time. I get off stages eleven eleven fifteen go to bed at one and then a comeback home so all those little changes. I mean it wears on you but you love it. You know it's like it's like the you you love being a part of that and so yeah. We're we're going gonna dive back into it's slot. You know when. I get out on tour always got these little vocal issues. You know your tire. You're under like my voice for a year and seven months has been like the best ever. I'm sure opening weekend. Get out there breath in some ragweed it's blooming somewhere and it'll shut my whole deal blow it out on the first show. Sound like.

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"luke" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

08:02 min | 10 months ago

"luke" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

"Guys willie geist here with another episode of the sunday. Sit down podcast. My thanks is always clicking and listening along. We stepped away from sunday today on. Nbc for the last couple of weeks while the network carried coverage of the tokyo summer olympic games. But we are back and back in style. If i do say so myself with one of the biggest stars not just in country music. But in all of music luke bryan. Luke already had risen to the top of the country game with number one hits entertainer of the year award selling out football stadiums across the country when he took a job in two thousand. Seventeen as a judge on american idol sitting alongside lionel richie and katy perry and growing his audience his appeal even more. He's one of the great guys and he invited me down to nashville to sit and talk with him in a studio called ocean way that sits along the famed music row It's a place where he's recorded some of his albums. It's one of the little houses and in fact this one ocean way is a converted church. Sit along the street. If you've never been there it's really cool just to drive up and down and see all these little houses where music history has been made in some of the most famous songs in the history of music have been recorded we got together to talk about his new docu series called mike. Dirt road diaries. That's also the title of one of his songs which traces his rise from the peanut farms of south georgia. Leesburg georgia to be exact to the top of the music world. You know about his success. You also may know there's been a lot of tragedy in his life. His older brother. Chris was killed in a car accident literally the night before. Luke was set to leave georgia at age. Twenty and go to nashville to chase his dream. Luke stayed home for five years after that to be with his grieving. Family delayed his dream but he got there soon after his sister died suddenly. His brother-in-law died luke and his wife caroline who was awesome took in the couple's three children It's an amazing story coming from where he has come from rising to where he has risen and all the bumps along that road. So i'm excited to bring you a great conversation with a truly great guy luke bryan right now on the sunday. Sit down podcast break cosima. Good thanks for being in the town. We're in this is made a lot of music in the student. I was gonna say you recorded in here. Yeah we You know it's funny with with studios in nashville and stuff you. Can't you do a couple of albums in one and you're like well let me try this out so you count you kinda pop around to different studios and so yeah. I spent a lot of time here in ocean way and got a lot of and there's been some really amazing stuff that i've got to do in here and it's good to be back here in the heart of music run. This is it. This is it. You've been as we sit here. You're getting ready to head out on tour. Yeah how much have you missed those live audiences because this docu series that we're gonna talk about. It became very clear to me that about the age of eight or nine. I needed a craft. Yeah i mean. I tell you you know i. I did have to be careful of that. Because you get in the habit where you just count to assume the role of trying to make everybody laugh and entertain. Everybody hadn't had been doing that well other than you know. Obviously thank god. I was able to do some of that on auto but but yeah i mean i tell you what you know everything i do in music. I mean the reason why moved to nashville was to set in motion said motion me getting on stage in front of people. I mean when. I love georgia. That was all i knew. Was you know playing in front of no matter. The venue the crowd the birthday party or whatever it was all about making people have fun and enjoy themselves. And i mean when you remove that element out of my life. I mean it took some. It took some reprogramming of the of the brain. But i tell you. I mean looking back. It was a lot of a lot of amazing little things with my family and consecutive nights. Same bed you know going to bed at normal hours and it was pretty amazing and you know what worries me is now. My boys have gotten a little accustomed to dad being around and now you know which thankfully it summer and they'll come out on the road but it's just them recount of them kinda relearning dad not being home as much and but what's funny about my boys. I mean they are like their cell phone mode and i swear like the transition of blowing mama daily. Come over to me. I mean they're like you know not nine in the morning they call. They make their daily request of the festivities of the day. Is it is it. Is it going wake surfing golfing and fishing or we're going to go build a rope swing tree. How and they laid their daily agendas out over coffee. So you're a camp director. Basically i have been. Yeah i have and then they bring buddies and then it's like they bring buddies so it's like five six boys. You've probably got the fun house right. You got all that stuff to play with. You know the house is exactly what mean caroline wanted it to be even with our nephew. Be in there. The basketball like past. Today's the basketball courts. Been full of boys out there shooting basketball and the gatorade truck pulls into the farm. They unload crates of gatorade. They drink them that day. I mean we like. I said we cannot keep our frigerator stopped you know. The pop tarts are gone daily. So we were having to feed all these animals. You really are running cancer like so you may need to get out in the roads. But there's there's always boys around the house and it's a big. My home was like that. I mean when i grew up in i even referenced sit in the series i mean our home was a hub it was riding the heart leesburg and you know my brother and sister. They had all their with the pool. We had all the farmers you know end of summer day. My dad you know they. You know all huddled up around truck bad. Drinking beer at the end of the day talking about is is it dries at hot when we getting rained if we get too much rain so it was a lot. It was a little melting pot for us and you made some new music. He put the deluxe album out. You were doing american idol. So you were as you say still keeping busy with your jobs and your music yeah. I was really blessed to to to stay real busy with. And yeah we were in the studio and and did the deluxe edition and but i mean what's crazy is is You know the you don't realize the physical toll that time changes and stuff time changes and and what. I'm on the road by the time. I get off stages eleven eleven fifteen go to bed at one and then a comeback home you so all those little changes. I mean it wears on you but you love it. You know it's like it's like the you you love being a part of that and so yeah we're we're going dive back into. It's you know when. I get out on tour. I've always got these little vocal issues. You know your tire. You're under like my voice for a year and seven months has been like the best ever. I'm sure opening weekend. I'll get out there breath in some ragweed it's blooming somewhere and it'll shut my whole deal blow it out on the first show. Sound like.

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"luke" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

07:16 min | 10 months ago

"luke" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"First of all. Thank you so much for joining us today. On thirty one. What's the podcast. And as we've talked about before on this show everybody listening everybody involved in this program. Everybody goes through journeys of self discovery throughout their life. And i just wanna start this by congratulating you on your journey of self-discovery that brought you to this moment to day. How do you feel now. I feel amazing. You know. I kind of started this process back in june of last year when i started telling most of my family and friends and just being able to finally come to terms with things being okay with who i am and living my true self. You know this past year has been crazy with colin all nuts. It's been amazing just to kind of go through this journey and be myself. Who's the first person you told it was my sister. And if you'd ask me that three or four years ago that would. I probably would have laughed in your face because me and my sister were not close at all. And when we came back from calgary me and my brother when covert and are seizing cancelled me and my sister just created this really cool blonde and those first four five six weeks when we couldn't really do anything we were kind of inseparable always doing stuff together hanging out the house playing board games stuff like that. She was the first person i told and styles probably around in april and we had this really cool bond that we gathered over it and she's always been there for me when i had questions or when i haven't been feeling as good about myself Then i should and it's been really cool to create that bond with her and see how much support she has for me. One of the reasons. I want to ask about this. Luke is your nineteen now and there's going to be a lot of teenagers who are going to hear this and they're gonna say luke did the journey that i'm going to need to do and They're going to be very thankful you did this. And they're going to feel emboldened that you did this so they're gonna kinda wanna know how you did it so they can understand how they might be able to do it for sure for me. I mean it wasn't like i woke up one day and i was like. Oh i'm gonna tell my mom. Or i'm gonna tell my dad or i'm gonna tell you know all my best friends. It came to me at a time. Where i just felt really comfortable in that moment and i was like okay. You might not get this feeling again for a while and you'd like to tell it to them rather than having someone else find out like from someone else. So when i talked to alanna. I was sitting in my room. I was watching some sort of movie. Just kinda thinking about. You know what i might say. Or what am i tell her. I'm just gonna. I just said screw it so i went upstairs to her room. Is she the first person i told so. It was very emotional. I started breaking down in tears. Sodas she and you know it just came to that moment where is like something. Something inside of me was like okay. You need to tell her. And then that's kind of how it was for everyone that i that i told you. Know with my best friends It was just a random day. We're playing spike ball. And then we came back to my house. We all kind of gathered around my kitchen counter. And again i just had this feeling in the pit of my stomach. I'm gonna tell these guys. And you know i'm gonna see what the reaction is if it's good if it's not. I'm still going to be happy that i told them. So that's how it came for me. It might not be the same way for other individuals but that's ultimately. What was the reaction like. I mean i have not had. Someone have a bad reaction. It seems like nowadays. Almost everyone knows someone who's gone through the coming out process and has a family member or friend who's gay now and it was a very emotional topic for my first few times i had spoken about it with my mom with my sister with my dad especially my best friends because those are the people like if they don't accept it and they don't you know support you. It's almost like you wish you hadn't told them just because they're so important to you in your life. But i mean all the reactions i've gotten have been so support of the people i've told have been emotional as well. You know. it's just one part of me. I'm still their best friend. Doesn't change the way they look at me to some of my teammates. I've told you know it doesn't change the way they look at me in the locker room or how we hang out outside of hockey. I'm still luke. I'm still a hockey player. I'm still their best friend. So all the reactions. I have had an amazing. I'm fifty two years old. Luke and i grew playing hockey in toronto in an era. Where how should i say. This hockey wouldn't allow someone to come out. It was near impossible just knowing what they go through and it destroyed lives. It destroyed people at destroyed relationships. How is hockey. Been for you and did this sport. Keep you from being you for what you now understand is probably too long time. I don't think so. I mean obviously with hockey. The locker room is something that people talk about when this stuff comes up with the the banter and some of the actions and stuff like that personally. I didn't i mean. I didn't really feel the people that did it. You know it was almost like those. Were the people that i wasn't going to tell you know early on because i wasn't comfortable with because i could see in other actions i didn't want them to. I didn't want them to know from me. Just 'cause just didn't feel comfortable or didn't feel right with me because of how they're acting or what they were saying. So i mean. I had only told two of my teammates. Gone calgary and those guys were the people that i had trusted. Obviously with the biggest secret of my life and i have known them previously for four three years. Outside of playing. With calgary. So i had known those guys long time hockey. I don't think so to your point of it was the process of me being comfortable with it. i mean. even. If i didn't play hockey i still think it would've taken me this long as well and everyone has a different journey. Everyone has a different path. And how how young. And how one when they wanna come out if anything. Maybe hockey is actually made me. Wanna do it sooner just because i have seen you know. I've seen so much stuff on the internet and going through the process. I've done a lot of research and you know. I think this is something that hockey needs definitely needs more of a needs. No more awareness towards this topic in you know. I wanted to bring attention to it. And so i wouldn't say that it was rushed in the sense that this is why i'm doing it but it was obviously a reason for me to come out for sure. So when you went back to calgary this year for the short season your brother. Josh is on the team we should mention too so obviously he knew yes so obviously he knew and do the organization know how many people when you played this year new..

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"luke" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

07:04 min | 10 months ago

"luke" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"First of all. Thank you so much for joining us today. On thirty one thoughts the podcast and as we've talked about before on this show everybody listening everybody involved in this program Everybody goes through journeys of self discovery throughout their life. And i just wanna start this by congratulating you on your journey of self-discovery that brought you to this moment to day. How do you feel now. I feel amazing. You know. I kind of started this process back in june of last year when i started telling most of my family and friends and just being able to finally come to terms with things being okay with who i am and living my true self. You know this past year has been crazy with Cuts it's been amazing just to kind of go through this journey and be myself. Who's the first person you told it was my sister. And if you'd ask me that you know three or four years ago that would i probably would have laughed in your face because me and my sister were not close at all. And when we came back from calgary me and my brother when covert and are seizing canceled just created this really cool bond and those first four five six weeks when we couldn't really do anything we were kind of inseparable always doing stuff together hanging out in the house playing board games stuff like that. She was the first person i told and styles probably around in april and we had this really cool bond that we gathered over kovin. She's always been there for me when i've had questions or when i haven't been feeling as myself Then i should and it's been really cool to create that bond with her and see how much support she has for me. One of the reasons. I want to ask about this. Luke is your nineteen now and there's going to be a lot of teenagers who are going to hear this and they're gonna say. Luke did the journey that i'm going to need to do. And they're going to be very thankful you did this. And they're gonna feel emboldened that you did this so they're gonna kinda wanna know how you did it so they can understand how they might be able to do it for sure for me. I mean it wasn't lake. I woke up one day. And i was like. Oh i'm gonna tell my mom or i'm gonna tell my dad or i'm going to tell you know all my best friends. It came to me at a time. Where i just felt really comfortable in that moment and i was like okay. You might not get this feeling again for a while and you'd like to tell it to them rather than having someone else find out like from someone else. So when i talked to alanna. I was sitting in my room. I was watching some sort of movie just kind of thinking about you know what i might say. Or what am i tell her. And i'm just gonna. I'm just said screw it so i went upstairs to her room is. She was the first person i told so. It was very emotional. You know. I started breaking down in tears soda. She and it just came to that moment where it's like something something inside of me. It was like okay. You need to tell her. And then that's kind of how it was for everyone that i that i told you. Know with my best friends It was just a random day. We're playing spike ball. And then we came back to my house. We all kind of gathered around my kitchen counter. And again i just had this feeling in the pit of my stomach. I'm gonna tell these guys. And you know i'm gonna see what the reaction is if it's good if it's not. I'm still going to be happy that i told them. So that's how it came for me. It might not be the same way for other individuals. But that's how it me. What was the reaction like. I mean i have not had. Someone have a bad reaction. It seems like nowadays. Almost everyone knows someone who's gone through the coming out. Process has a family member or a friend who's gale and it was a very emotional topic for mother. My first few times i had spoken about it with my mom with my sister with my dad especially my best friends because those are the people that like if they don't accept it and they don't support you. It's almost like you wish you hadn't told them just because they're so important to you in your life. But i mean all the reactions. I've gotten have been so supportive of the people i've told have been emotional as well. You know. it's just one part of me. I'm still their best friend. Doesn't change the way they look at me. You know to some of my teammates. I've told you know it doesn't change the way they look at me in the locker room or how we hang out outside of hockey. I'm still luke. I'm still a hockey player. I'm still their best friend. So all the reactions. I have had an amazing. I'm fifty two years old. Luke and i grew up playing hockey in toronto in an era. Where how should i say. This hockey wouldn't allow someone to come out. It was near impossible just knowing what they would go through and it destroyed lives. It destroyed people at destroyed relationships. How is hockey. Been for you and did this sport. Keep you from being you for what you now understand is probably too long a time. I don't think so. I mean obviously with hockey. The locker room is something that people talk about when this stuff comes up with the the banter in some of the actions and stuff like that. Personally i didn't. I mean i didn't really feel the people that did it. You know it was almost like those. Were the people that i wasn't going to tell you know early on because i wasn't comfortable with because i could see in other actions i didn't want them to. I didn't want them to know from me. Just 'cause just didn't feel comfortable or didn't feel right with me because of how they're acting or what they were saying. So i mean. I had only told two of my teammates. Gone calgary and those guys. Were you know the people that i had trusted obviously with the biggest secret of my life and i had known them previously for four three years outside of playing with calories so i had known those guys long time hockey. I don't think so to your point of it was the process of me being comfortable with it. i mean. even. If i didn't play hockey i still think it would've taken me this long as well and everyone has a different journey. Everyone has a different path. And how how young. And how when when they wanna come out if anything. Maybe hockey is actually made me. Wanna do it sooner Just because i have seen you know. I've seen so much stuff on the internet and going through this whole process. I've done a lot of research and you know. I think this is something that hockey needs and definitely needs more of a needs. No more awareness towards this topic in you know. I wanted to bring attention to it. And so i wouldn't say that it was rushed in the sense that this is why i'm doing it but it was obviously a reason for me to come out for sure. So when you went back to calgary this year for the short season your brother..

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"luke" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"luke" Discussed on How I Built This

"Hey everyone, , and welcome to how I built this resilience edition. . These episodes were talking with entrepreneurs and other business leaders about how they're coping during this crazy time. . and. . Today we're GonNa hear from Luke Holden and Ben kind of the CO founders of Luke's lobster. . I met Luke and Ben last year in Boston. . When we told their story in front of a live audience there episode came out last November and you can check it out if you're interested anyway since then Lukes lobster has gone through the many stages of a restaurant during covert, , which meant furloughing and temporarily closing more than thirty restaurants of the US. . Taiwan and Japan Lucan Ban not only oversee a restaurant chain, , but they also work closely with their fishermen. . To buy process and ship stor and other seafood around the US I spoke with Lucan van from there, , which is right by the water in Portland Maine. . So you might hear some boat engines and glass clinking in the background, , but it kind of feels like you're catching lobsters with them. . So when it became clear that the pandemic was really going to create some some severe economic disruptions, , you guys had to take some severe actions. . Right I mean you had to. . Shut down your processing plant and you had to let go about three hundred employees walk us through the process of what you did. . As you realize, , this was going to be really severe. . It was absolutely horrible. . Really March seven th. . That week that that this kind of slammed home for us I think we were good to act quickly but this business I mean not just because my namesake is in. . My family is part of it. . There is no difference or or delineation between my personal business life. . So when you're faced with ultimately making that critical decisions to like save business, , it affects your family and friends in major ways, , and that week was there's nothing like that I've ever experienced calling up some of your friends and family members and and furloughed terminating reducing salary <hes>. . We got super small that we we got aligned around some strategic initiatives pretty quickly safety in people was our number one priority. . Moving, , all our lease to unemployment in doing it quickly was intentional. . We knew that there was going to be backlogs in the unemployment offices something like that was intentional to act quickly their for their benefit. . We also made sure that we had personal conversations with every single one of those teammates. . There was no tax there was no email. . There was no like untethered connection. . We made sure that they understood the why behind all of these decisions and the intention. . Behind it and that that continued, , we made sure that we kept tabs in an open dialogue with all of those teammates so that we ended up shutting everything down besides one shack and now got seafood company back up and going we've got twelve shacks up and going there's no way we we've been able to do that unless we had that mentality of people first and make sure that we had those open communication bring people back in the time was right What did you say June employees that you had to furlough I mean what? ? What was the conversation like? ? How did you explain that it was tough transparency is one of our core brand values. . We were not going to separate ourselves from any of our core brand values during this crisis. . So we were honest with them. . We were in a tough spot. . We we're very seasonal business to begin with we make most of our hey memorial day to Labor Day, , and this couldn't happen at a worse time for business guys because we're kind of at the end of our rope to begin with we're just at the end of our reserve in. . Just about to start building rebuilding reserves. . So when this comes in sales, , go from one hundred down to twenty percent or eventually nothing there was nothing in the in the Katie to help get us on the other side of the. . So we were honest about that and we were able to have good frank honest conversations with our teammates because we made sure we over communicated in every kind of step of this we made sure they understood what was in our heads in however making decisions and I think as a result of we've always had very good relationships and trust for their teammates. . So they understood that really didn't have any other option. . Also, say , like the thing that everyone on this team understands is that we're here for a larger community than even just the Lukes lobster team. . You know we're here for a seafood industry. . We're here for fishermen and truckers and people in the production facility. . Ultimately, , if we're not there to buy the seafood as we've promised come, , May June. . July than the entire machine fails and you felt that many more people so every teammate at Luke's. . Understands they're part of that broader family and that for them to go unemployment to stay safe then actually was creating the opportunity come summer for us to continue buying and continue that ecosystem

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"luke" Discussed on Pray the Word with David Platt

Pray the Word with David Platt

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"luke" Discussed on Pray the Word with David Platt

"Luke chapter thirteen versus one through five. . They were some president that very time who told Jesus about the gallon whose blood pilot and mingled with their sacrifices. . And he answered them. . Do. . You think that these gala liens were worse centers and all the other Galileo because they suffered in this way? ? No I tell you. . But unless you repent, , you will all likewise perish. . Or. . Those eighteen on whom the tower and Salaam fell and killed them. . Do, , you think the day were worse offenders and all the other lived in Jerusalem. . No I tell you. . But unless you repent, , you will all likewise perish. . There's so much in the short passage, , but to summarize it. . You have people who are asking Jesus. . About. . Basically, , an instance of moral evil, , an instance of natural evil. . This instance of moral evil the Galley ensues blood piloted mingled with their sacrifices to basically people who were offering sacrifices and were suddenly killed. . Basically mass occurred in the second instance is a tower and Salaam falling all of a sudden and killing eighteen people that would be natural evil something happening not necessarily because. . Someone was awesome in the first group. . But here in the second group is to situation where a tower suddenly fell and killed eighteen people and you have these people coming to Jesus basically asking him like were these people worse than others and I I read this and I think about. . What's happening around us? ? Now particularly in my country. . But also around the world amidst all kinds of. . Violence and moral evil on one hand. . And then natural evil in the middle of a pandemic. . and Jesus words he says it twice. . He says, , as you think about these things like don't try to determine like WHO's a worse center it's what he's telling these crowds who are asking about this like that's not the point. The . point is unless you repent. . You will all likewise perish. She . says that twice unless you repent you all likewise perish like moral evil natural evil are reminders that we are all one day going die. . And so what is most important? ? Every single one of our lives is that we repent while we have time today that we turn from our sin we turn mark sinful parts and we'd trust in Jesus as the savior and Lord of our lives that we live in repentance every day ready to meet Jesus like in both these groups none of these people knew that today was gonna be their last day. . This tower was gonNA fall I mean they thought they were secure their offering sacrifices and all the sudden they're massacred. . So. . So we pray. . God we we know the life is a missed. . And not one of us is guaranteed tomorrow. . This pandemic has certainly. . Reminded us of this. . That not one of us is immune to sickness and death. . So God help us. . To make today count. . For Your glory help us to live in a continual. . State, , of repentance of turning from, , Sin And following you entrusting you and loving you and honoring you and glorifying you got if something were to happen to me like. . Two seconds from now. . Pray I want my heart to be right before you I pray that over every single person who's listening right now If anybody's listening right now doesn't know US never repent turn from their sin and themselves believed in Jesus did they would do that today like right now and God you would help us to live just this constant awareness of the brevity of life and the need for repentance. . We want to be right with you by your grace by your mercy at every single moment, , and we want to live with urgency to make the good. . News The Gospel of Repentance and belief in Jesus known all around God pray for that kind of urgency as we live in a world of moral evil and natural evil guttering pray that you would use our lives to lead other people to repent to trust in you help us to proclaim the gospel of repentance today in our lives God. . Please help us not to lose sight of the brevity of life or the urgency of eternity. . In Jesus. . Name we pray. .

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"luke" Discussed on Ask Me Another

Ask Me Another

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"luke" Discussed on Ask Me Another

"Everybody welcome to the show. Yeah. After new years. Twenty two hundred eighty. Downsize you getting rid of some stuff? You getting rid of stuff. That's usually my wife stuff that I want. To tell her that you're getting rid of it. Most of the time I don't most of the time what I say is. Do we need this thing? I say in a very high pitch? Yes, and does she look at and go ways? What are you doing? You know that's precious. We need that. I'm GONNA fix that. She says I'm going to fix that Oh we need this. I'm going fix that. Yeah, and then just slowly. You just move it further and further out of the room until it's in the basement, and then once everybody's forgotten about because garbage. I'm just trying to get rid of stuff in my inbox. I am trying to unsubscribe from every store and yes, you're nodding your head because you have too many emails. Can we agree that it's easier to get a divorce than unsubscribe from a mailing list Oh my God. Why is that so hard? I bought a bath mat. You from you once. You know we're not in a real relationship. Okay, but every time you're like I gotta get out of here. There's an exit interview super desperate. Why are you leasing? Why are you leaving, too? Many messages is by content relevant. Do you not recall signing up I? Recall I recall. Our special guest is singer actor model Luke. Luke James for beyond say technically I'm opening for him so technically I've opened for beyond say. And you guys by third degree have seen beyond say in a bar in Brooklyn so. Well done everybody Luke. James is very impressive, but I think the most impressive thing about him is that he looks fantastic in a bucket hat. You can't do that. Not everyone can do that if I put on a bucket hat I looked like a Combo of blossom and a sad fishermen all right. They should call bucket hats, what they are good for the really really young or very very old. People have described Luke James's music as the perfect music to make out to. You know what I like hearing when I make out. Applause. Just a slow sarcastic clap. That's it. I'm ready to French people. During this I say okay I'm ready to. And I say people because I usually have a few possibilities lined up. Just don't WANNA I don't WanNa. Cut off any up. Sometimes. Things just change, and you never know so. We have four brilliant contestants their backstage right now, determining how many self help books one needs to read before they can consider themselves helped. And one of them will be our big winner and the other three combine other book. Let's play some games, everybody. Our first contestants will play a game about cities original names I call it. Where in the world is Carmen San Miguel? I up Sarah Sand Cooler. YOU'RE A lab technician at the Columbia University Medical Center. I am all right. You recently moved your lab from Rochester to Columbia. So and you were saying you were finding really weird things. People left behind I was so. We're moving into moved into temporary lab space, which people apparently sort of took an excuse to just abandon all the stuff they didn't want which included refrigerator doors filled with human is. Humanize. So what do you do with leftover is? Call the Bio Hazardous Waste Disposal People. Yeah, and they show up and they take them away. Yes, thankfully. To well. That's good. Where are they? All right so when you ring in, we'll hear this. Your opponent is Paul Alexander from. Toronto Ontario where you are a criminal defense lawyer. That is true. Paul, you are in the Guinness Book of World Records. Yeah Okay, how why? I'm in a band and our band somehow got involved in what is now in the Guinness Book of world, records as the longest ever concert by multiple artists. Okay, so wait a second. So what did you have to fulfil well? There were eighteen and a quarter days of continuous music. Each band had a one hour set. There could be no more than five minutes between bands, and I think no more than thirty seconds between songs in a band set, and you had to go a certain number of songs before there could be a repeat. What time did your Ben? Play we got the six PM slot on the last day. That's the best. And, we're the people in the audience. Yeah, it was crammed. I mean the was the size of this stage, so it was going to be crammed even if it's not just the members of the band that sounds

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"luke" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews

On with Mario Interviews

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"luke" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews

"Can be one of those movies where they kind of get it done quickly to wear would be cool if people could watch kind of on demand at home you know not being able to go to theaters and stuff and I think they're kind of trying to work towards that because you know people are definitely You know at home kind of watching more stuff and I think this would be a great movie For I think people would really think it was cool and get a kick out of it. Yeah that's good family fair. Look we're coming up on the twentieth anniversary of the first legally blond. Would you be open to doing one more of those? I definitely would. I mean speaking of watching TV and stuff during the pandemic. It's like like everybody probably watching more than usual. But I've been like wow legally blonde is on a lot like I feel like every time I turn the TV. It's on some other channel but yeah that would be really fun to do that and I had a great time working with reese. And then it's one of those movies where you know. It surprised me as much as anyone. What a hit that was and now Kelly. I didn't realize who the twentieth anniversary but like you say. Now I've run into women who say like you know I was ten when it came out and I loved it now. I've got a daughter and I showed it to her and she loves the movie and So that's always kinda fun when something kind of Gets a life of its own fun to do another one? It's to hook up with wreath. I it's a it's a classic that'd be awesome. I gotTa tell you on a personal note one of my all time. Favorite movies is rushmore. And you being. I've seen that fifty times and just even if it's coming on it's funny. Every is such to me an underrated classic. Just an awesome movie so much fun. I do people. What do people come up to? You mentioned the most Yeah probably Definitely like the royal tenenbaums. Which was made by Wes Anderson? The same guy made rushmore and then Old School people mentioned a lot and then also the Mike Judge Movie. We made Ishtiaq action that those are all great kind of living idiosyncrasies. I hear that lot. Apparently I mean again like Mike Judge. He's on social media stuff and He'll be like yeah. People are talking about deocracy a lot nowadays and I mean it's one of those things where I've had people quote the movie to me and not been like I was that person saying that's a lie. I didn't even know crazy hearing people. Compare it to What's going on today? But there's something about rushmore man. Great one and that was like the second movie that me and my brothers and less Anderson did and yeah that was just the chance that like suddenly were we were getting to work with Murray. Who was so fun to be around right. Yeah I think that's one of those movies. Where when it came out you know I don't know that it was you know necessarily hit but it definitely you know. There are people like following. Yeah people that like that like loved it. Just always cool are there. Are there any wes anderson movies in the works that you're going to be apartment? West has won finished on moves in it and those guys made it a about a year ago and so I think that should be getting ready being close to be being released and But yeah he's got one done so that's always exciting when When last has a new one coming out just because they're always so kind of off beaten interesting? Yeah for sure well look man. I really appreciate you taking the time to call in. And congratulations on the new show. Everyone Watch DC star girl. It is on tomorrow on the CW. Luke thanks again for calling in and I hope I get to see in person You know you're you're doing a service to buy Keeping people entertained. So thank you for for what you're doing and Yeah really really enjoy all your work and thanks for having me on the show. Appreciate it buddy. Hope to see you in person. Okay Dude Take it easy on with Mario Lopez..

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"luke" Discussed on Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew

Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"luke" Discussed on Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew

"And we Kinda mutual friends We were dating other people so never like when And then We were down in Florida for songwriters. Chestful we're we were single. And he kinda just. I was leaving a songwriter around and he was walking up late to it and I was just like hey come like hang out with us like why are you by yourselves bad too and do you remember what you're wearing exactly? Oh Yeah can you explain it? Cammo gym shorts from Walmart per I mean. Hey lassen classy stuff and then like at the oldest t-shirt shirt that I own probably Ross wire holes in it. Oh No. Don't be before that vintage now. So you're actually on trend. How that actually uppermost off the demote as the gym shorts for only like five dollars so I love. You always thrifty. Yes like hanging out after that. We hung out her house. Just like high gets the sky and so we just kind of charge talking. Kunert this back in two thousand sixteen. We are that yes. That doesn't yes dating. It might sound creepy for me to say that but that is what the Wikipedia said. So if it's guessing it's Luke wikipedia about myself the other day and I'm like this is all wrong. Have you seen? Have you guys seen some fan made a youtube video about your guys relationship? Have you seen this low? A. They start to finish a highly recommend. It's great it's Great Docu series. It's creepy like monotone. It's like Luke met Nicole in two thousand sixteen. They'll make fun of guy. Yeah Hey listen. I was checking on interview about the song beautiful crazy and I understand the first. That song was written about Nicole and understand the first time you've played it for her. You made sure that she had a friend there. Can you talk to us about that strategy? Because I really respect. Yeah it was. I mean it was listen that I think that's a solid move or anybody.

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"luke" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

07:37 min | 3 years ago

"luke" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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"luke" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"luke" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Of it. Just the list. Luke. You could lose everything. No. Bad. Why we? Along..

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