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"lynette" Discussed on Homes and Hops

Homes and Hops

04:08 min | 3 weeks ago

"lynette" Discussed on Homes and Hops

"Hey everyone resnick. Hear back from my little hiatus that i took and i have the absolute honor to be sitting here with one that four the president of youngstown foundation though lynette hello and while while the nets not drinking i will be drinking her share of youngstown beer so we have representation of noble noble creature. Good for the goose one of my favorites because it does taste like a little morning mimosa and then we also have penguin city and who doesn't love penguin city and their love for this city to. They're both actually great. Advocates as brewers for our city on great which is awesome. So i wanted to invite lynette here today to talk about youngstown. Foundation is believe it or not. Even though i grew up here i did not realize that we had the foundations that we i had no clue shame on united now. It is a shame. I had no idea that we had these power houses to be able to help support and be pillars in our community that we can reach out to for guidance as well as monetary everything to help achieve what we need to achieve in this city. Oh yeah yeah. The youngstown foundation has been young's towns foundation since nineteen eighteen. I we. I started in response to the pandemic of the time. Which was the spanish flu. The irony right. Yes and so here we are. I started in in Technically in december of twenty twenty being recruited during the pants up during the and damage going through incredible interviews and in all kinds of questions from community members and distribution committee members on how would i preserves the legacy of this foundation. And you know. I got a lot of flack for not growing up in youngstown So here are very like youngstown pride. Yeah young's hang youngstown. Pride youngstown grit. And i get it. I grew up in cleveland. I feel like it's an extension youngstown extension of the good work that that's going on everywhere and really if good things can happen in youngstown and they can happen everywhere. We you agree in the incubator for all great things across the country and we've got youngstown folks alumni and Hardcore folks who live all over the world and so taken that youngstown flavor. To other places i always said because i moved away for a period of time and i've always said that i think that we have the worst discourse when it comes to our area versus other people's perspective up our area. Yes oh i i agree. It's you know when i when i came here. I found all of these great institutions. Have a long history with the foundation having received funds for great work that they're doing and i found myself going out being an ambassador talking to folks who've lived in youngstown for upwards of seventy years and introducing them to the butler museum to these other great institutions that are here nonprofit health and human service agencies that are are providing hope and healing entire community and people just didn't didn't know about that they don't they. Don't i mean really the outreach when it comes to everything that we do have assessable We need to push that. We need to make sure that we are conversing a lot more when we talk about the things that we have a one hundred percent. Now i have to ask during the interview process uh-huh because you like you were commenting and i. Once i found out about the town foundation of horace. I googled as we all do nowadays and i did a little bit of research which is amazing to me..

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'Miracles in Manhattan' Is About God Meeting People Where They Are

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:45 min | Last month

'Miracles in Manhattan' Is About God Meeting People Where They Are

"In manhattan. What do you think of that ron lynette. The book is brand new. Miracles in manhattan. When that. you're saying who you thought. The book might appeal to. I think everyone at some point in their life needs a miracle or we certainly know someone else who does and we wrote this book. We pulled these stories together in order to have a tool. That if you're sitting in your neighborhood or in your kid's school or wherever you are and you think that person needs a miracle. They may not be ready for church yet. They'll be ready for this book because you cannot put this book down story after story and we know these people we've known these stories we would read it. We would finish putting it together. And i would sit there and our living room. Read it to ron. We would be. We would stop in their tracks and we all we can do as weep because it reminds you as just like when you read the word of god god's into daily life meeting people where they are and so we want it to be a tool We sent the first six stories to a publisher. Secular publisher and within twenty minutes. He was on the phone. Saying i wanna talk to to ron lewis. Because i i wanna. I wanna talk about this book. It's got that appeal eric. And that thrills us. Because god's gonna use it to reach people who need a meal look i. This is part of the reason we're friends. Is that this idea that somebody might not be ready for church. They're not they're not ready for quote unquote. Christianity becomes with this baggage. Whatever but we all know. Jesus died for them. They were made in his image so he wants to reach them. And so a book like miracles. Manhattan it's why right half books that i do. I mean you want something that you can give to somebody who is not on the same page as you are to say like you know what Maybe this i think you'll like this here and it starts something and it gets people thinking differently because obviously if you're watching the news or watching i mean we live in a world. That is so secular. it's insane. They act like god doesn't exist parentheses. That's not true but we live in that world. And so we need to kind of breakthrough. How do we break through so stories like this. That are real. You know these people. I'm excited thanks for writing the book. It's been an honor. I mean we were compiling. We were just interviewing digging down deep with people. Oftentimes they would give us the outcome instead of like. What were you really going through. So we tried to make sure that people gave us the bad news before the good news that you can really appreciate the good news when you're living in bad news every day of your life and so we put no teaching preaching. It's just fifty stories. Great

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"lynette" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:34 min | Last month

"lynette" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"I'm talking my friends. Pastor ron lewis and lynette lewis and different things. The book is miracles in manhattan. I love that title and it's got all these stories as your stories in it. Do you talk about The loss of jordan in in the book. But that's not in the book but you have set up Jordan lewis missions dot org. Tell us about that. So people can understand what that is sure. Well this is a. We weren't looking for this matter fact my whole life. I was never looking for god until he found me. And that's the story of the miracles manhattan book. People are shocked that god would show up for wretched centers like us. It's amazing so with jordan lewis. We weren't looking for this but it came to us that we need to do something in his honor. He worked in tanzania with the engaged unreached people groups and that was his happiest moment other than being married and having a great job. He was very very happy young man because he served the lord and god. Bless this this. Kid i mean he was my four sons he was always the one who would put his money in for a coke and he would get three or four would pour out. He had this touch. Might study was investing investing in microsoft when he was fifteen. I mean say rich young ruler kind of kid who loved jesus had god's hand all over his life so we miss him but this foundation has been unbelievably effective. It was a great surprise that we're now working in forty un-engaged unreached people groups say we're connected with with tremendous leaders in some of the most difficult places around the world north korea pakistan china india many of the places that are in severe persecution. Right now and it's through volunteer staff. We it's just one of these things that came to us and we've been shocked at thousands upon thousands of churches have been planted and tens of thousands. Maybe hundreds of thousands of souls have come to christ who never had the opportunity to hear the gospel. And that's jordan lewis missions dot org if people want to find out about that. Obviously tomorrow's in the twenty th anniversary of nine eleven. I still can't believe it. That's summer before. That was a magical summer. You were with us. We were in an mcgann's it in a house. It was it was really glorious. And i remember going to the beach the last like just before we had to kind of get in the car and pack up and leave and my heart was broken because it was such a magical summer And then a few days later the nightmare happened. I remember i was having breakfast with emerson. Egg rich people know emerson pastor. He wrote this huge seller love and respect which is an amazing book about marriage. And i've recommended everybody love and respect. But we're having breakfast but i remember that summer and this is so bizarre. We were all the beach together. I don't know if you were there. That day was a saturday or sunday. And we're on the beach. And i remember looking up in the crowd against looking up in the sky and seeing something. I've never seen in my life because i'm from this part of the world and it was too. It was kind of like. I almost can't describe it. I remember thinking what is that. What is that asking. Everybody look do you see this. Did you see this. And it was to sort of circles in the sky and it looked like almost like like a cloud cover but in a perfect circle like it's sort of made no sense and i kept saying to people on. This is like the story of my life. I say but do you see that people You know leave me alone. I'm like no no no look it was. I kept looking at it. I think i took pictures. I said what is that. A sign from god or or is it some meteorological phenomenon. What is it am. I could not figure it out but there were two of them and it just like baffled me so much i just thought how is it that i've grown up in this part of the world. I look the sky all the time. I've never seen anything like this. And i can't even figure out what is it. Is it natural thing or super. What is this and i remember walking back to the car by myself past all these people reading their garbage magazines people or whatever and i remember having this like moment where you think am i going crazy is the world ending. Is god sending us a message and no one cares there on the beach. They don't nobody cares you there. It is above their heads. Nobody's even wondering what is that. What is that and to this day. I don't know what it was. But i remember being so blown away and thinking. What are these two circles in the sky. What are wire there. How come i've never seen before. In twenty years going to beaches i look. I've never seen anything like it. And i still don't know what it was and it could have been a natural thing but i remember thinking like is this other world ends that their signs in the skies and nobody even looks up to see what it is so when nine eleven happened. Obviously there two towers and i i wondered. I can't say that it was something like that. But i had that feeling walking back to the car like is something about to happen and no one cares it just it happens and i sometimes wonder if we are there now with With with the country is are people paying. Attention are people. Praying are people knowing that god has has the next step. I mean you're a pastor. What do you say to people who say the world's going crazy now. i say. Keep your eyes on. Jesus because jesus and god is on the throne. People are starving for hope. They're starving for faith they're starving for relief A lot of people are looking for answers. You just wrote another great book On a six to beautiful. Oh my gosh. it's coming out like in a month. It's called is atheism dead I'm very excited. Thank you for reminding me. I forgot i did. I'm excited to read that. And so many people are having intellectual struggles but even more so emotional and just despondency of their heart. So when it's our job in life to show light in the darkness and to as we walk with god because like anyone. If the minute that i lose focus. I'm discouraged. I'm depressed. I'm sinking but peter who was drowning in the water. When he looked at eh..

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Pastor Ron & Lynette Lewis Talk About Establishing Jordan Lewis Missions

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:55 min | Last month

Pastor Ron & Lynette Lewis Talk About Establishing Jordan Lewis Missions

"Do you talk about The loss of jordan in in the book. But that's not in the book but you have set up Jordan lewis missions dot org. Tell us about that. So people can understand what that is sure. Well this is a. We weren't looking for this matter fact my whole life. I was never looking for god until he found me. And that's the story of the miracles manhattan book. People are shocked that god would show up for wretched centers like us. It's amazing so with jordan lewis. We weren't looking for this but it came to us that we need to do something in his honor. He worked in tanzania with the engaged unreached people groups and that was his happiest moment other than being married and having a great job. He was very very happy young man because he served the lord and god. Bless this this. Kid i mean he was my four sons he was always the one who would put his money in for a coke and he would get three or four would pour out. He had this touch. Might study was investing investing in microsoft when he was fifteen. I mean say rich young ruler kind of kid who loved jesus had god's hand all over his life so we miss him but this foundation has been unbelievably effective. It was a great surprise that we're now working in forty un-engaged unreached people groups say we're connected with with tremendous leaders in some of the most difficult places around the world north korea pakistan china india many of the places that are in severe persecution. Right now and it's through volunteer staff. We it's just one of these things that came to us and we've been shocked at thousands upon thousands of churches have been planted and tens of thousands. Maybe hundreds of thousands of souls have come to christ who never had the opportunity to hear the gospel. And that's jordan lewis missions dot org if people want to find out about that.

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"lynette" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

07:02 min | Last month

"lynette" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Lewis and lynette lewis Okay the book. It's like brand new miracles in manhattan. You know i'm thrilled. That at the title miracles rotten not to be confused with this new age blog spot or whatever it is. There's this is like your thing. Miracles in the stories all kinds of stories. It's similar to what i did. I wrote a book called miracles. And i said i wanna just tell the stories of people i know right so that it's not just like i hunted world for miracles. This is just people. I know their stories with god. That are real. And that's basically what you have done except this is people through your church wherever so. What kind of stories are in miracles in manhattan. Oh my goodness there. So broad and and and and they represent people who had bizarre encounters with god I'm thinking of a medical doctor right now. He and his wife or both medical doctors and his wife got disgusted because her husband had a second family going on. Is that wrong. I didn't know. I got a family in the dr swell. I love you know seriously when you hear these stories. I always have to joke about the most serious things because you bring can handle it. Yeah a second family nightmare so she booted him out and then about a week later he woke up in the middle of night because he felt like this is a medical doctor. He felt like someone dropped a gallon of cold water right on his face. He sat up in the mill night and he heard god speak to him. Go back home and get it right with your wife. And now today these two medical doctors are some of the most incredible christians of ever known. They're prospering. i crazy to multiple businesses. Their home is always open. People are always giving always serving so no matter how bad things are because that sounds like the worst. That's everybody's nightmare. Something just unbelievable. God redeemed it and the story. All of these stories have a component of redemption. And i think coming out of nine eleven. I was Did a little research on on how they took the steel and the metal all the rubble away from and they took it in new jersey recycled it. And i don't know if you know but twenty four tonnes ended up in a uss new york battleship. There was being built. And i think it's a story of redemption that we're going to redeem the disaster of what happened and that's my story. I came to new york city with one arm bone off. I was hurting and in pain and it didn't take on before i realized the people who i'm serving have more pain than i have and that just became a game changer for me. So we started going after the broken after the and they didn't look broken these her models and people acting community new york city ballet more wall street guys we have to. Ceo's who are part of this this story major ceo's nfl and we're just watching and we're still in the observation deck. Were looking from a box seat watching. What god's doing god's not going to be outdone by nine eleven. God's going to find find a way now. Your story is in here in the book. Limit your stories and so we don't get every word because we want people to read the book miracles in manhattan but practically my favorite scripture versus all things work together for good for those that love the lord and are called according to his purposes. Now that's almost hard to believe. All things work together for good people need to understand. That's the word of god. He means that that no matter what you've been through and we all have been through some tough stuff right. You guys lost a son. And i know that story and people kind of think. Oh they look so you know. Everything's so great. There's incredible pain and loss but the lord promises us that all things even the worst thing you can think of that. If you give it to me. I can turn it into something. Glorious and people need to know that because these people listening right now. They're going through stuff. They can't imagine that it could be redeemed so true. I think one of the common denominators. We've found over the last twenty years in working with so many people who need a miracle and and by the way if you need one god will find you and and he knows exactly how to get you the miracle you need one of the common denominators is probably two things. One is that it's a marathon not a five k. You stay in the race. You stay connected to people when we lost our son jordan to cancer at twenty three you wanna go hide away and let the storm passed and never talk and never be around people and yet it's the very thing you need. The most is someone else's faith when i couldn't pray my own prayers anymore Maybe my friend could pray my prayer for me and i just feel like there. Are people out there. Post pandemic going through so much but we're not meant to do life alone in every miracle story in. This book has someone who reached out who didn't quit. Who kept helping in extending an invitation or a prayer. Whatever they did to help this person we're talking about get their miracle Because we don't live in. We don't live in isolation were meant to live with others. It's so true. It's kind of funny because just before we came in here i was giving you the martin luther book and that's one of the things that really sticks out to me in his story that when he was really broken where he would get spiritual demonic attacks and deep depression whatever he would have other people pray for him and he understood that their faith was enough even if he didn't have the ability to have faith just to be lying there their faith was enough and i don't want to go into that theologically but it's a powerful thing that we need so good body and people forget that sometimes there's somebody can pray for you and get listen. Lazarus didn't have a liquor faith as he lay there rotting in the tomb. He didn't exercise. Lazarus you wanna get hill you exercise. Your he was not even able to get healed right. He had nothing. And that's basically what we have and the lord moves and everything changes. We're going to be right back talking to my friends. Pastor ron lewis and lynette lewis from Tokens folks..

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"lynette" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:10 min | Last month

"lynette" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"I'm talking to my friends. Pastor run lewis and lynette lewis Okay the book. It's like brand new miracles in manhattan. You know i'm thrilled. That at the title miracles rotten not to be confused with this new age blog spot or whatever it is. There's this is like your thing. Miracles in the stories all kinds of stories. It's similar to what i did. I wrote a book called miracles. And i said i wanna just tell the stories of people i know right so that it's not just like i hunted world for miracles. This is just people. I know their stories with god. That are real. And that's basically what you have done except this is people through your church wherever so. What kind of stories are in miracles in manhattan. Oh my goodness there. So broad and and and and they represent people who had bizarre encounters with god I'm thinking of a medical doctor right now. He and his wife or both medical doctors and his wife got disgusted because her husband had a second family going on. Is that wrong. I didn't know. I got a family in the dr swell. I love you know seriously when you hear these stories. I always have to joke about the most serious things because you bring can handle it. Yeah a second family nightmare so she booted him out and then about a week later he woke up in the middle of night because he felt like this is a medical doctor. He felt like someone dropped a gallon of cold water right on his face. He sat up in the mill night and he heard god speak to him. Go back home and get it right with your wife. And now today these two medical doctors are some of the most incredible christians of ever known. They're prospering. i crazy to multiple businesses. Their home is always open. People are always giving always serving so no matter how bad things are because that sounds like the worst. That's everybody's nightmare. Something just unbelievable. God redeemed it and the story. All of these stories have a component of

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Pastor Ron & Lynette Lewis Talk About Their Book 'Miracles in Manhattan'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:11 min | Last month

Pastor Ron & Lynette Lewis Talk About Their Book 'Miracles in Manhattan'

"I'm talking to my friends. Pastor run lewis and lynette lewis Okay the book. It's like brand new miracles in manhattan. You know i'm thrilled. That at the title miracles rotten not to be confused with this new age blog spot or whatever it is. There's this is like your thing. Miracles in the stories all kinds of stories. It's similar to what i did. I wrote a book called miracles. And i said i wanna just tell the stories of people i know right so that it's not just like i hunted world for miracles. This is just people. I know their stories with god. That are real. And that's basically what you have done except this is people through your church wherever so. What kind of stories are in miracles in manhattan. Oh my goodness there. So broad and and and and they represent people who had bizarre encounters with god I'm thinking of a medical doctor right now. He and his wife or both medical doctors and his wife got disgusted because her husband had a second family going on. Is that wrong. I didn't know. I got a family in the dr swell. I love you know seriously when you hear these stories. I always have to joke about the most serious things because you bring can handle it. Yeah a second family nightmare so she booted him out and then about a week later he woke up in the middle of night because he felt like this is a medical doctor. He felt like someone dropped a gallon of cold water right on his face. He sat up in the mill night and he heard god speak to him. Go back home and get it right with your wife. And now today these two medical doctors are some of the most incredible christians of ever known. They're prospering. i crazy to multiple businesses. Their home is always open. People are always giving always serving so no matter how bad things are because that sounds like the worst. That's everybody's nightmare. Something just unbelievable. God redeemed it and the story. All of these stories have a component of

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"lynette" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

07:06 min | Last month

"lynette" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Okay so but you've been in ministry all these years you were just sharing about At eighteen you go college so pick it up. You're at right so check into my dorm room. My roommate was delayed in being there. And some unloading books. I find the bible and i get curious for the first time in my life. I'm feeling a little lonely feeling strange wondering who i am. Pick up the bible opening up. Don't have a clue what's in there. A nice note falls out from this baptist lady from st years before three years prior read the note and a five dollar bill outfalls falls out. I start looking through the pages for twentieth fifty. But i was very grateful that this nice lady up. The street was so thoughtful. And i didn't know where to begin. Where do you begin so you start with the table of contents. I'm looking at these books. Like the book of job. The book assam. I had no idea how to pronounce this. Really i was. I was completely illiterate to the bible and some brothers name. And it's mark southall. Let me start here about seven days later as i'm reading every night. The gospel of mark. It's like jesus. Christ walked into my dorm room and just busted right into my heart. Change my life. Amid a christian only one christian on the campus met him he disciple me and then i was often running. How nuts. yeah. I mean really a story like that. You know you think i'm gonna give a bible to a fifteen year old on a secular jew. What are the odds people kind of act like well you pray do it unto the lord three years later i mean look. A lot of people can get a bible. They're not going to have an opportunity like you had. I mean just a strange thing that you just find yourself reading it you find yourself. What a and it changes your life. That's just a. I think the a message of hope for everybody listening like do those things. Pray do those things. You can't imagine what god's gonna do you may never know you may never here so this changes your life so you get involved in the ministry. What sure well. God began to lead me. As i was reading the bible he would speak to me through the bible. And and every time i would see these two words put together preaching or three words. Preaching the gospel. Every time. i would see that again. Get this sense. That's my calling. I need to share. Jesus with other people so as a university student. You're university of north. Carolina was back there in the michael jordan era God would lead me to people. And so i started a bible study it grew and it outgrew the dorm. We moved it and then eventually became a church. You act like this is normal. Doesn't he doesn't he. He kind of ran right. Hey that's crazy stike. You're telling me you know most people a don't have that gets an amazing gift. Ron that you just do this. Grows rows becomes a church. I mean so. At what point do you go from leading a bible. Study to heading up a church. How does that happen right so well for me. It was it. I had an opportunity to be a pastor in denominational church and after a you begin to realize what jesus meant when he said. I can't pour new wine into old wine skins they'll burst and begin to realize that this system here is so structured so rigid. It's they're they're telling me what seminary i have to go to their they're beginning to dictate. How many think at that point. I knew i'm off this bus. God's not leading me in this direction. So we i was encouraged. We had a lot of friends of autumn influencers. A lot of mentors a lot of people my life so this was. My story is by no means an isolated stories. Not my story. It's how god began to move in my life and connect me with the right people. We launched the church can be very successful. Church we We built a big building in north carolina. A lot of acreage and we've planted a lot of churches internet nationally. So when i got the nine eleven on nine eleven with my friend. Rice brooks called me said. Will you join me in manhattan. I kind of had this sense. Even though i was lamenting i was laid out on my couch. I didn't even know how to get up. I was so devastated by what was happening and literally in my life that time i was having my own ground zero having my own nine eleven where my wife eighteen years was abandoning me and i was in a dark moment in my life and here god is telling me to join Rice and in our pastor friends in times square and then he put in. Our hearts started church and became pastor of that church. It was a very clear call was looking for something else to do. And i was doing my morning service on an airplane in the afternoon then getting there at night and so we did something creative Creative but we did something that we'd never done and that is we. We put an ad out a full page ad in a national christian magazine Because we wanted to to get the word out that we're here. I mean what are you doing. You start a church. You have no money and no research no bank account not no staff no plan and so we just put an ad in in the magazine and i was so disappointed very expensive to have a full page ad three months in a row and only one person showed up and i was just. It was going through this devastating time. And it's like. Oh god hears you helping me. Whatever and that one person though happens to be the woman sitting right beside me. She responded to. How do i have to have my friends on my own program to find out what i should have like a or maybe you told me and i just like sometimes these things. I can't even process it because it's so crazy. Yes you saw the ad. So you remember eric. When you and i met and we and i was like. Where's my husband right. I mean i love the lord my whole life have a very different story than ron holding out. For god's best and transferring to new york city going to believe go live another dream when one dreams not happening in the kingdom business. So i'm in the secular world marketplace love that spend my calling my whole life and ended up in new york city and Then home at christmas. My mom's reading a magazine and she flips to this page. It's got this full-page at it says miracle on forty fourth street because they had open this in this theatre on forty fourth and she said you know this church and and the kingdom. I wasn't that big back then. There were a few churches. We knew about the funny thing. Is that in new york city. People don't believe me it's there have been churches. I'm just a new friend who has been at a church in new york for ten years. I never heard of the church. It's a good church. This guy's a solid believer like we're at a point now where there's churches i haven't even heard of the church and it's been here for ten years back. Then i practically new. Every born again believer in manhattan. I'm not even kidding. I mean it was like so you know there's redeemer there's times square church. That's almost about it that well so here you are..

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"lynette" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:34 min | Last month

"lynette" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Walk him today. I believe is friday. Today's friday that means tomorrow saturday which also means that tomorrow is the twentieth anniversary of nine. Eleven can it really be twenty years Twenty years isn't what it used to be. Time moves faster evidently than it used to. But if you have to talk about something depressing endure like what happened. Twenty years ago It's good to talk to friends that you love. And i just happen to have pulled two of them off the street. They are my friends. Pastor are ron lewis and his wife lynette. louis. I love having you both here. Thanks for coming in again friend. Hugh we've been friends for lynette. We've been friends but longtime and then you married this guy. And now even we've been friends for one time. And i when nine eleven happened You and susanna nine. Our friends had just spent a lot of the summer together. This is it's amazing. Twenty years ago. I want to talk about your lives. I wanna talk about nine eleven. But i guess i wanna start. You have a book out now. It is called miracles in manhattan. Miracles in manhattan right. Can you tell my audience how to get this lovely product and there's a well the the website is mir miracle manhattan dot nyc dot nyc dot nyc. Because if you go to the wrong miracles in manhattan. It's like a new agey. Thank you got. Have you seen that. I have like i do right. And and prince. These new age equals demonic. Not that there's anything wrong we don't. We're not judging. Hey whatever but so if they wanna find like god's miracles miracles in manhattan dot nyc right okay. So what is it yeah. So we've compiled fifty incredible stories that of people that we know who kind they have experienced some miracle and we know them well enough to know that they have their credible These are ceo's and and and sports heroes and and great people working in public spaces in the united nations people in manhattan. Who all came that. They were destitute. They were broke. They were broken and then god came through broke through in their lives and didn't absolute transformational miracle and there. Okay now why it miracles in manhattan. Because that's where we started. we started. I was unlike you guys. I wasn't here on nine eleven on nine thirteen. Though i drove into the city with some other pastor france and when we were in the city god put in our hearts. He wanted us to do more than pass out. Water and pray for the city actually wanted us to launch a church and a theatre opened up an off broadway theatre in manhattan in times square and we launched there a month and a half after nine. Eleven launched an eric. We had a to our great surprise. We had an influx of people from every walk of life began to come to us and we began to witness over the last twenty years life after life being transformed. Jesus christ god's miraculous power changing people doing things that were shocking to us and over the years people would say this should be in a book. This should be in a book. This should beena book. So here we are twenty years later we finally compiled edited. Wrote some of the stories. And we have a book miracles in manhattan. Now people need to understand. You know. I've been in manhattan for quite some time. And when miracles happen in manhattan. That's the big miracle. Like manhattan is famously secular. Whatever but you know we. Now all know that everybody's the same people are hungry for god so And then even before we get into the book and all the stuff and what's happening Tomorrow on nine. Eleven running lynette. Just tell my audience if they don't you know aren't familiar with you. What what. what is your ministry ron. What is your story lynette. What are you because because both of you are really active but a lot of people listening program might not know you sure. Well as you mentioned. Eric we've been friends for a long time and i had had it in my heart to move to new york city when it was getting it in my late thirties. And so i got a transfer with my job. Worked for deloitte and touche big big consulting accounting firm found myself in new york city only knew one person and she happened to be a mutual friend of yours and mine and over the course of the next couple of years Made friends with you and others and we were doing life together and then nine eleven happened. I should have been in the middle of the whole thing that morning. I went to work in those buildings every morning. This is the stuff i forget. I literally forgot. This is a huge story. And i completely forgot that you were supposed to be there that day. Yes yes and what's amazing to me is. I woke up that morning with laryngitis. Total aaron jarvis leading a meeting I was in marketing for the firm. meetings that led for my total of eight years being with the firm. And it's the only meeting in eight years. And i did these meetings all the time that they didn't have space in the world financial center to have the meeting. I tried for months to schedule it and finally a month or two before the partner i worked with said. Let's just go to hartford connecticut. We'll get we'll get an office up there and it was strange to me why we couldn't do it where we always did it But on the morning of nine eleven. I woke up with total aaron jarvis. I'm leading the meeting. And i'm thinking maybe i just won't go but the car service came at five thirty and i decided i'm going anyway so i got in that car. Service drove three hours in the car. Service up to hartford connecticut in the meeting leading the meeting at eight thirty when the phones began to ring at about eight forty five and like the rest of the world We found out what was going on. And i still remember so clearly what it felt like as we left the conference room and walk down to the other smaller room where there was a television What it felt like to be in a room with people who had loved ones and family members in those towers and seeing the one tower missing and then seen both towers missing and you know that the whole world was in shock. And i'm sitting there thinking by the grayson hand of god. I'm not there right now and Yeah it was. It was just now you are a speaker you both in ministry together do a lot of speaking. If people wanna find you where do they go lynette. Lewis dot com lynette. Lewis dot com There's so much to cover praise..

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Lynette Lewis of Every Nation NYC Talks About Her 9/11 Close Call

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:38 min | Last month

Lynette Lewis of Every Nation NYC Talks About Her 9/11 Close Call

"Running lynette. Just tell my audience if they don't you know aren't familiar with you. What what. what is your ministry ron. What is your story lynette. What are you because because both of you are really active but a lot of people listening program might not know you sure. Well as you mentioned. Eric we've been friends for a long time and i had had it in my heart to move to new york city when it was getting it in my late thirties. And so i got a transfer with my job. Worked for deloitte and touche big big consulting accounting firm found myself in new york city only knew one person and she happened to be a mutual friend of yours and mine and over the course of the next couple of years Made friends with you and others and we were doing life together and then nine eleven happened. I should have been in the middle of the whole thing that morning. I went to work in those buildings every morning. This is the stuff i forget. I literally forgot. This is a huge story. And i completely forgot that you were supposed to be there that day. Yes yes and what's amazing to me is. I woke up that morning with laryngitis. Total aaron jarvis leading a meeting I was in marketing for the firm. meetings that led for my total of eight years being with the firm. And it's the only meeting in eight years. And i did these meetings all the time that they didn't have space in the world financial center to have the meeting. I tried for months to schedule it and finally a month or two before the partner i worked with said. Let's just go to hartford connecticut. We'll get we'll get an office up there and it was strange to me why we couldn't do it where we always did it But on the morning of nine eleven. I woke up with total aaron jarvis. I'm leading the meeting. And i'm thinking maybe i just won't go but the car service came at five thirty and i decided i'm going anyway so i got in that car. Service drove three hours in the car. Service up to hartford connecticut in the meeting leading the meeting at eight thirty when the phones began to ring at about eight forty five and like the rest of the world We found out what was going on. And i still remember so clearly what it felt like as we left the conference room and walk down to the other smaller room where there was a television What it felt like to be in a room with people who had loved ones and family members in those towers and seeing the one tower missing and then seen both towers missing and you know that the whole world was in shock. And i'm sitting there thinking by the grayson hand of god. I'm not there right now and Yeah it was. It was just now you are a speaker you both in ministry together do a lot of speaking. If people wanna find you where do they go lynette. Lewis dot

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"lynette" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

03:52 min | 4 months ago

"lynette" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

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"lynette" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

03:50 min | 4 months ago

"lynette" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"Hold and snuggle you enough that sort of thing so it took a lot of discovery and inventing the wheel for me to figure out how to help myself so that can help children and bring them along as i got healthier while made a lotta mistakes i got married a bunch of times i You know i mean it was it was messy it was really messy and in fact might song the theme song of the show crazy saying it's messy to. It's like that whole feeling of i'm going crazy. No no no. I can do this now i can do. I'm going crazy. I can do it. I can do it and i try to. I had that feeling when i was listening. It tried to capture the you know and that sort of spinning in your problem in turning that into something wonderful. It was when you talk about your life very often. You're talking about it from the successful endpoint you. you know. it's hard for people to realize. Just how wild and chaotic and difficult. It was to get there and during that period i decided to do. Stand up comedy. Because i had to support my kids in. That would be at night and they'd be asleep so i could go to work and come back and that's also i started singing. I wrote some songs Got a job in our gig in in a bar. Actually it was over the bowling alley. And the you know. I started and when i first started my very first shows and comedy was contest a big contest and i want it and then i talked for for ages like you really get it on stage. So hot in great. You think you know what you're doing and then you discover. Oh audiences the different kind of audience like there was so much more to learn and that batswana one. But then i tanked after that for awhile. I slowly built up the knowledge after that. So nothing's as simple as it looks on paper during that time also hosted a cooking show. Well actually even before the cooking show. My first cd came out. Which i wanna grigny award for and it. I never saw with I'd always on karaoke Inside never sung with a. I took this sheet music into a studio instead. Let's make a cd such an interesting thing. That nowadays i i think is but really. I was just not even didn't know what was going to be hard by that point really well and i ended up doing a prison tour and selling this cd. While i was touring north american presence in performing in with my kids. And i wrote a comedy show. I mean it was like you know all the papers man live. Did this an episode on it and issue a lot of fun and that was the sigma song. Please see yes yes. We got robbed twice genocide. This promotional prison two-round man is big and then after that i got some attention from that a got the cooking. Show on the life network you were referring to and i suppose any normal mother would settled into that just kept doing that season upon season and raising the kids but it was tamed for me and also at that time the you know there were people. Some of my adopted kids still were connected to their parents. biological parents. There's all kinds of difficulties going on. They tried to make documentary. Say i'm bad and another guy makes documentaries saying i'm good and i'm like you know. I think we'll.

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"lynette" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

07:21 min | 4 months ago

"lynette" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"Wow be so good. They have to notice you. What's our buzz. Dot com on the banks of the greater river. High above the alert gorge this is the buzzer podcast. Indie music new releases..

"lynette" Discussed on Pond's Feed

Pond's Feed

03:44 min | 9 months ago

"lynette" Discussed on Pond's Feed

"Yeah so they can go on my website because everything is directly sold on my website at this time and its at. www dot b. t. h. e. michelle net dot com And you can get the book you can get the shirts you can get a baseball caps and i do have other Items that will be coming soon and You know..

"lynette" Discussed on Pond's Feed

Pond's Feed

02:46 min | 9 months ago

"lynette" Discussed on Pond's Feed

"Fan of the ballet like my youngest is so now. I'm sorry i didn't hear you the hamilton. All that like the the musical place broadway. Yeah yes she loves me. I'm actually when they released hamilton On disney last year around the time that we were having you know being house we all sat down and we watched it and we thought that it was pretty nice meet. We thought that it was you know pretty nice to to watch. And i can't wait till you know everything goes back to normal so we can go see it in person that would be interesting Broadway shutdown the broadway actors and actresses. I mean they're taking a toll on that. And i'm i'm wondering if the broadway is really going to be back next year or will be back the same way that they'll be an interesting thing. I mean. we have so many businesses shut down by the month. Because we're still in this. But i mean what can help on. I really don't know Whenever it opens back up. I'm sure it'll be a great appreciation for lot of people. And i think the world will be very appreciative of being able to Operate is at some level of normalcy. Again I have my reasons why i feel like we were shut down. And this allowed us a lot of opportunity to sit and reflect on where we were in life where we are in live in where we could possibly be going forward in life. I like to say it was a top for everybody to do an inventory check on themselves and you know we were so busy just moving around with that everyday life that we just didn't pay attention to a lot of things and we were forced into being still a lot of people. Don't get a chance to be still because everything is you know boom boom boom but we were forced into being still and you learn. A lot is still news. You know you really get if pay attention enough you learn a lot in stillness and things come to you when you're quite eight because there's nothing disrupting you know your mental space. There's nothing disrupting. Your emotional. space is is just you You know guy and the ability to action connect. Is you allow yourself to be open enough to connect that way. Lots of great way to look i..

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Metro Atlanta braces for Hurricane Sally crawls towards landfall, Flash Flood Watch for Georgia on Wednesday

Dana Loesch

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Metro Atlanta braces for Hurricane Sally crawls towards landfall, Flash Flood Watch for Georgia on Wednesday

"Across metro Atlanta are bracing for what Sally may bring here. When that fire captain Tommy Rutledge tells WSB, we're paying very close attention to the storm. We're working with our mercy man's when officials and preparing our departments personnel for what the next day or two my brain. Lynette will also have a second Swiftwater rescue team on standby. I'm

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Wildfires continue to ravage the West as resources grow thin

AP 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Wildfires continue to ravage the West as resources grow thin

"Fire crews in California are making slow progress in their battle against some of the largest wildfires in state history. Thanks to favorable overnight weather. In addition, firefighters an aircraft from 10 states are arriving to help the weary crews. Cal Fire's Lynette Round They are working sometimes 48 to 96 hours, and that's why we need those resources to come in so they can come off the line. They can rest, which they need to do for at least 24 hours. Some 560 wild fires have been burning across the state, the most damaging three clusters of blazes in the San Francisco Bay area in nearby one country. Six people have been killed in hundreds of homes destroyed.

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"lynette" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"lynette" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Get it off your chest the young man from you on the breakfast club hello this Lynette going to get it off your chest when it so in Ohio yeah hi okay yes hi yeah get away here and I just want to know like it was going to step up and I help you god I thought it could be crowned no we did not write it definitely not right that they make their own improvised dining Duong and I got it in me thank you posted what they're asking you to asking you to call you know the government is in various places you know that are that are that because they're trying to reduce the jail and prison populations and get people like that who have those those short stays left there trying to get them to come home but asking you to call the governors in those those states but you can go to at reform could reform has deceitful plan that that that they're that they're recommending and you can go to reform and figure out see see how to help those brothers and sisters in jail right now yeah get me actually donated a hundred and thirty thousand surgical masks to prison so far as I know they're still planning to do a lot to get them some much needed equipment there for that not just not not near this specific and that's exactly right because it was more than what it was a banker than than it was in Mississippi they donated in Tennessee they donated also we got one math in the seals told me not getting no more hello this is going to get off your chest and then I just want to play your dad still being here given the good news in the morning and I just wanted crazy how long they're going all the way back towards the black community you know I mean I'm not a black five you get out of trouble when I travel what are you talking about Sir you know I was really in the mood within the epidemic is strong within the black community it is because the systemic racism that has made us so successful susceptible to get hit the hardest we have existing medical issue who got less access to healthcare jobs in our communities always on shaky so always unstable so yeah it's going to hit us hard and they said that's another big reason why in Wisconsin a lot of black people weren't able to come out and vote because a lot of them were sick even though in Milwaukee seven percent of that state is black forty percent of the total people with who died from corona virus were black so that's why they say that was another reason they should postpone the election and that's why I say it feels like we can't we can't address coronavirus in the black community without addressing issues of systemic racism and I feel like that have to be incorporated in a message to get out and vote did you give the register people to vote because its people are forgetting that a presidential election is right around the corner and they got the issues that are really causing coronavirus to hit us so hard have been happening for years and that's why who's in the White House matters as well who's in these local offices matters so we got to get people out in book get off your chest eight hundred five eight five one oh five one if you need to vent you can dissipate anytime now we got rooms on the way yes let's talk about this Harvey Weinstein docu series that is coming and it starts on Sunday I'll give you more details on that also we'll talk about a new daytime talk show that is premiering in September and a book that is being made into a series also all right we'll get into that next keep it locked as the breakfast club good morning breakfast here's the latest New York corona virus update from the seven ten W. O. R. news room the number of deaths in the tri state area has spiked New York New Jersey and Connecticut all saw highs but the outbreak but the governors of all three states say there's progress because hospitalizations are slowing mayor Blasio noted meaningful improvement because your patients are in need of a ventilator and New Jersey has now closed all state.

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"lynette" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos

Hellbound with Halos

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"lynette" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos

"Reinstated. Yeah I love that Commercial Commercial Dr her where can people go find you and get some more information if somebody wants to reach out to you or somebody just wants to see which all about or if somebody wants to watch your show. Where can they go and do that? Okay people I like my Linda. LEWIS DOT COM website. The best but someone just stole the domain. So we've got it up but it's possibly going to how they know while we fight that there's also brain body dot net and though that's more. ADHD and autism based you can at least go there and then on there there's links to things like books and you know it's a little bit less just about everything I do but it does is have links to the books links to the show if you have the autism channel you can see the show for free if you don't have access to that and if you WANNA help me to shoot the next families episodes then you can rent them on video and that is all available on the website so Thailand Lewis Dot com but if it disappears. I'm sorry I'm fighting the good fight on it. Look what is we're GONNA put the links in the show notes so those I'll be down there so even if Lynette Louise. He's doesn't work at that time. They'll have other options facebook and there's twitter at nine. We'll have all those up in the show notes below doctor thank you. It was an enlightening talk for me. I'm not the brightest individual in the box. But I'll tell you you straightened out a lot of things and understanding with how oh the body works with the mind how they are so intertwined and actually I know our listeners will get a ton of value out of this so we spent some time with us. Thank thank you for sharing your audience and thank you for saying that. Because that's the goal of my life is to bring clarity to some of this confusion four. We appreciate your time..

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"lynette" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos

Hellbound with Halos

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"lynette" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos

"Reinstated. Yeah I love that Commercial Commercial Dr her where can people go find you and get some more information if somebody wants to reach out to you or somebody just wants to see which all about or if somebody wants to watch your show. Where can they go and do that? Okay people I like my Linda. LEWIS DOT COM website. The best but someone just stole the domain. So we've got it up but it's possibly going to how they know while we fight that there's also brain body dot net and though that's more. ADHD and autism based you can at least go there and then on there there's links to things like books and you know it's a little bit less just about everything I do but it does is have links to the books links to the show if you have the autism channel you can see the show for free if you don't have access to that and if you WANNA help me to shoot the next families episodes then you can rent them on video and that is all available on the website so Thailand Lewis Dot com but if it disappears. I'm sorry I'm fighting the good fight on it. Look what is we're GONNA put the links in the show notes so those I'll be down there so even if Lynette Louise. He's doesn't work at that time. They'll have other options facebook and there's twitter at nine. We'll have all those up in the show notes below doctor thank you. It was an enlightening talk for me. I'm not the brightest individual in the box. But I'll tell you you straightened out a lot of things and understanding with how oh the body works with the mind how they are so intertwined and actually I know our listeners will get a ton of value out of this so we spent some time with us. Thank thank you for sharing your audience and thank you for saying that. Because that's the goal of my life is to bring clarity to some of this confusion four. We appreciate your time..

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"On the Bubble" Oscar Contenders

The Big Picture

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"On the Bubble" Oscar Contenders

"Oscar season is getting a little narrow. They're just eighty two days between now and the Ninety Second Annual Academy Awards. Amanda how are you feeling about that. It's feeling very close. All of a sudden it's getting tight where the time went given the shortened season and we need to talk about some on the bubble double Oscar contenders. Are you ready to do that. Okay let's go to the big picture big picture in the big picture. Do you know what I mean. Okay Amanda on Friday. The Oscars announced their producers there to women who. I'm not terribly familiar with. We're going to talk about them very briefly there Stephanie Allen and Lynette Hal Taylor. They both worked in film and television over the years. They are unseen that award show production but they have a lot of experience in the field of managing talent. What do we think about the the addition Asian of these two women? Well managing talent is a major part of the actual awards show and also everything leading up to it if you conceive of the academy and the Oscars is just a bunch of egos in a room. People who have experienced that are worthwhile. I think it's also possibly to the Oscars benefit to have people who aren't Kinda in the machine. I mean yeah giving a fresh look. That was my reaction as well. First timers sometimes can be perilous but sometimes can bring something fresh. They'll have a couple of decisions in front of them particularly some things we've talked about in in the past whether there should be a host how long the show should be the way that the show is paced where musical performances go. How many montages? There are a lot of different things that go into making and constructing constructing an Oscars telecast will keep a very close watch on that and inside of that telecast. Maybe there will be some of these movies. We're GONNA talk about here. Maybe not the first movie we're GonNa talk about about opened on Friday. It's called four versus Ferrari. It had a very solid box office performance over the weekend made thirty one million dollars in America now. I don't want us to lose our heads about that because that actually if you look back at say this time last year fantastic beasts to open to about sixty eight million dollars And this time the year before. That movies like Thor Ragnarok dominating at the box office this is a significant step down even though thirty one million dollars ours is considered a success. Do you think it's box office is related at all to. It's award season strength. I think it has to be because we had talked a bit about Ford versus Ferrari in the sense of. It's coming a bit later in Oscar season and the reason that is on the bubble is because we have been talking about these news for a while. And I think you and I and in many Oscar prognosticators sense of not who the locks are kind of the front runners and there is not as much room room the closer you get to in a shortened aboard season as you as you mentioned for new big movies to elbow their way and so I think anything helps oops doing well at the box office especially. It's like a proportionate success it's a movie for adults and adults went to see it and it made like a solid amount of money and it seems like it's not going to be a disaster. Mr and everyone walked out and was like hey great movie remember when they made movies with movie stars so I think that it couldn't have gotten a best picture nominee money without this success. If it had bombed it would have been difficult for it to pull up. Yeah I'm curious. I'm really curious about this. I honestly have no idea. It does seem like it's doing doing well with older viewers and and as we know the academy for all of its efforts is older. It's mature immature group of voter. I truly maybe not in their decision making but just the linear chronology and the other thing about it is that it's very male the academies the academy Um you still sixty eight percent men and this is a movie about men and dying masculinity and it's not an assault on that idea. It's nostalgic check about that idea and so I can certainly see a world in which is an automated. It's funny that you characterize it the way you did because I agree with you that it has been kind of lagging behind the marriage. Stories reason the parasites and the once upon a time in Hollywood's in the Irishman's the sort of like Laki seeming movies that we've been talking about a lot but I feel like a movie like little women which the public is not gonna see for another another about six weeks somehow has more momentum than a movie like Ford Versus Ferrari even though it premiered back in telluride and this is a little bit about the bubble of love film discourse as well as the people who are tracking. This are allowed more excited about gut movie written directed by Greta. Gerwig starring Florence View and search Ronin and Timothy Charlemagne and a lot of internet younger friendly names and I think there is also the little women is geared towards women and there are a lot of women excited for this because we don't get that many movies which were going to have to talk more about in this episode later on and I'm really upset but I kind of think that because Ford is like the stately. Traditional almost throwback type of Oscar movie. It's not no one is advocating vacating for it seems in

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Trump announces ‘phase one’ of China trade deal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

03:07 min | 2 years ago

Trump announces ‘phase one’ of China trade deal

"We've got some new details today on the broad outlines of trade deal with China or partial deal I think maybe president trump is calling this phase one of a larger deal according to the few details we have so far this phase will stall some of the tariffs that were set to kick in last week but to unpack this and the rest of the weeks financial news we've got DIONNE ribbon of axios and Lynette Lopez from business insider they're both in our New York studio Oh hey you two hey how's it going kimberly so Dan let's start with you what else is in this what else is in this well everything everything you've ever wanted now actual movement on this intellectual property issue you've got commitments to buy some more soybeans import by the Chinese you've also got a I guess a rollback of the tariffs that were set to come on this Tuesday those aren't going to be put in place so you know it's not the best news what the market really wants for the tariffs to just go away be rolled back entirely but it's certainly not bad news the stress on our economy as it stands now will remain the this deal means that things simply aren't going to get worse I and the thirty percent tariffs that were supposed to be enacted on the fifteenth will not go into place however this this deal doesn't actually really deal with anything that the three Oh to investigation into China's a theft of intellectual property and other abuses of American corporations was actually supposed to handle so again this is kind of a band-aid on the Kind of bullet wound in the relationship the trump administration she says it's not going to get worse looks like the deal that we made last December which kind of positron for a couple of months and then it and brought it back in vengeance when talks to get to a more advanced stage collapsed while Dion I know you're optimistic about this but it's not written yet it's an agreement in principle the trump and president Xi are supposed to sign it together I guess at some point how real is this certainly real Liepaja is is a big player in China President Trump was obviously in the room this is his name Yeah Vice Premier Li from from China's who trump was meeting so again it's not like these are some low level you tenants like some of the trade talks that we've had in months past this is big folks Stretcher Treasury Secretary mnuchin came out and made an announcement that the tariffs that were scheduled to go and place in the fifteenth aren't going to come out I do want to make clear though I'm sort of trolling my excitement about this deal because it is a nothing deal with big oaks making small deals and unfortunately what we were supposed to do was make a big deal with China now the market will probably thing of Asai of relief and it isn't GonNa make central bankers more nervous but we're already in a position where it looks like the economy is starting to deteriorate

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Houston Rockets gear no longer sold on Chinese sites

Marketplace

11:21 min | 2 years ago

Houston Rockets gear no longer sold on Chinese sites

"So let's talk about China last Friday Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey tweeted quote fight for freedom stand with Hong Kong unquote that might sound anodyne enough in the American political context but a true outrage in China where the NBA and especially the rockets are wildly popular the Chinese reacted to punish the NBA polling rockets merchandise off the markets and taking NBA preseason games off the air China wants an apology and they wanted in the form they usually secret for multinationals the go against the Chinese line by for example presenting Taiwan as a separate country from China Marriott international respects and supports the sovereignty and territorial integrity of China that's a real statement from Marriott last year after employees expressed support for human rights in Tibet at ended up firing that employee the NBA has not been willing to go that far in the face of Chinese demands well more he took down his tweet commissioner Adam silver said league supports his right to free speech that's contrary to the Chinese line which is the free speech does not extend to support for what it considers to be separatist movements but can be is also alienated Americans by expressing regret that Maury support for freedom in Hong Kong and quote deeply offended many of our friends and fans in China unquote and for a league that's prided itself on letting players express themselves on matters of social concern now other players nor coaches nor managers seem to want to talk about the merits of the Hong Kong issue at all this week the NBA's limp response has led to a bipartisan group of lawmakers from Ted Cruz to Alexandria castle Cortez demanding the NBA withdrawal from China until China agrees to stop selectively punishing Houston Rockets for Maurice exercise of free speech on American soil Lynette as we can see with this example with Marriott and many others before the NBA this is been going on for years but this NBA story seems to have a lot of Americans focusing for the first time on the way China treats American multinationals and what that means for American values and free speech around the world and worrying that instead of exporting freedom to China's made we hope to do two decades ago they were importing China's authoritarianism is is that something we should be worried about yeah I think that we are no longer under there the illusion that exporting big macs and basketball to China are going to get the Chinese Communist Party to change values and if you are not exporting values to China you need to worry that China is exporting values to you and that's the case here Hong Kong has become a new third wait rail in Chinese politics when the NBA went into China in the nineties it was not that it was you know they knew that it you know too that was off limits Taiwan was off limits Tiananmen Square is off limits three T. is now Hong Kong has become part of that this is a relatively new development and I can understand that things are changing quickly the kids in Hong Kong who are protesting are getting exactly what they want which is becoming a flashpoint between the west and China and and it's a new reality that we're gonna have to deal with as well as the reality that she's in paying is far more bellicose sees enemies everywhere and is far more aggressive than his predecessors so American companies look at this and they see China really caring about the stuff it's it's not always clear the extent to which that's the Chinese government caring versus the Chinese public caring I think I think people do make an error the way they talk about this is that were solely the Chinese government I think some of this is Jane genuine public opinion and consumer concern in China but basically these US firms see this stuff is really cared about China U. S. consumers don't really care about this stuff and so we should change what's in our movies so that it meets with you know with Chinese expectations about Chinese patriotism and you know we should refrain from commenting on political issues that are flashpoints in China and rich I'm I just look at that I'm not sure what to do about it I mean you see people saying things like all trading with China isn't worth it but a that you know that that would be a big thing to try to change it also I don't even know what that would mean you want to we're gonna prohibit people in China from watching American basketball I think it's I think it's very hard to extricate yourself from the wishes of a large rising country with a lot of middle income people that has you know about a billion and a half residents well it is a real problem and it's just China has managed to this where they have their own dictatorial one party state with a semi market system that's created a huge and lark lucrative customer base for American businesses and as capitalist enterprises they're really responsive to that and ways that because self abasement and the the NBA is just the worst example of it and just the the stocks tarnishing hypocrisy of the NBA you know bowling North Carolina and to changing a bathroom law doesn't like and then render yourself completely mute on on you know heinous human rights abuses are much worse than anything North Carolina could do on bathrooms and by the way China's horrible on gay and transgender issues and no one will say a peep about it is it's just really despicable conduct and it and and just having by the confiscating signs comes getting a sign at a an exhibition game at the arena down a Washington it just has Google Uighurs he can't hold a sign that says learn more about a minority group it's completely insane I think though I will say that the Chinese government in its tabloids seems to be backtracking at first four days ago it was you know screw the NBA were very angry and now they're like okay you can go back to watching basketball again it's eats weird seeing the CCP do this because you know it it for years the Chinese model was kind of by your time be polite and you know don't show China strength until it's fully strong and now you know yeah the CZ P. kind of unleashed the Chinese you know I nationalism on the NBA and then realize we second we have to get this genie back in the bottle because the Americans are mad I mean I don't think China is ever pissed off Americans like this is that why it's not that because I've been wondering about whether this is successfully splitting the Chinese consumer base from the Chinese government which is to say that like American consumers you know Chinese consumers might you know have opinions about Hong Kong that doesn't necessarily mean they care deeply all of them do care deeply about the NBA lesson is are we out of bide your time are we strong enough destroyer strength or are we still invite your time but also kind of the that's the tension that China has right now partly because of the trade war partly because of Hong Kong are we strong enough to show our strength yet or are we still in this period of bide your time and when Americans get really really angry China is China kind of takes a second and take the beaten says wait a second maybe we're still invite your time out you don't think that they're concerned about losing internal public support where people are just gonna say I just want to watch the Houston Rockets when a fan of yeah I mean that's one issue and the other issue is you know what American at what the United States has done to Chinese tech companies and they realize after what happened with while way you know if the Americans get really really mad and cut off you know the US semiconductor industry they can still cripple our our major multinationals they can still cripple our advancement they can still stunned China twenty twenty five so the are you invite your time or are you strong enough to make bellicose statements like this it's a real tension right now and I think that's that's why we're seeing this this putting that genie back in the bottle in Chinese media Chinese tabloids I wonder if there are ways to use the the international trade agreements mechanisms to our advantage here which is to say we talk a lot when when we have trade disputes with China about what we want out of them that we want market access we want US financial firms people sell products there do we want them to respect the intellectual property of our software firms of our pharmaceutical firms what about respecting the intellectual property of our entertainment and sports firms if we said to them you know what we want market access for these firms that means allowing companies in on an even playing field without discriminating against them on the basis of of legal statements their employees might make in other countries now obviously I can imagine the Chinese would both resist roles like that and maybe not comply with them at all times but that's the thing we encounter on farm on software to it feels like this is a thing that we actually could negotiate for and that among other things when China does the these sorts of things punishes companies for saying the wrong things those are trade restrictions it's it's feels clinical to describe them as trade restrictions but they are they are and and we have ways of addressing trade restrictions I think this is shing point it would be a worthy goal just worries a practical matter it may require the Chinese changing their system even more than our current demands on them on trades would be very unlikely to result minor I I don't know I the there's a reason why US corporates were mixed on having this trade war in the first place and it's because they'd gotten along you know kind of quietly doing what the Chinese said without Americans really finding out about it and the trade war is bringing a lot of this to light how much Chinese US corporate have kowtow to the Chinese it's embarrassing for them and part of it is part of why they kept quiet was because of this change because of the shame of getting their intellectual property stolen changing the bad guy out in Hollywood film all this has been very Chaim as shameful and unfortunately now that the aggression between the US and China has has been blown out in the open so to have has the shameful behavior of US corporates I think it's really weird the way the president has handled the story which is why isn't he you're eagerly jumping on it here it's like this political gift to him here is this event that is created organic sentiment against communist China and specifically against the way communist China does does this commerce on at the time that he's waiting this trade warranty has Ted Cruz and A. O. C. N. Tomalin asking people all over the political spectrum Congress complaining about the Chinese why can't he picked us up and say see this is why we need to get tough on China this is why we need the terrorists to squeeze concessions out them so that they out of them so they treat American firms fairly it seems like this would be an opportunity for him to actually win over people who have been skeptical of his China policy and any barely wants to touch it no one he hasn't been big on talking about human rights in Hong Kong himself to he's afraid of offending China because he really wants at least over Chinese trade deal I mean it it's a you know when we talk about the trade deal we talk about what trump wants and what people are expecting now what Wall Street is expecting is nothing more than a pump and dump really something like you know trump doing some minor detail saying a bunch of positive things the stock market going up and then during the next deadline you know things kind of falling off and going off the rails again I mean trump can do no better than that and in his career in the stock market he never did any better than a pump and dump either but so then why are the markets up so much this week because when the president goes out and makes these statements about you know things are you know the tone is completely changed with China things are so much better I'm really excited about this meeting for this vice from here I think the way this is covered in the news is basically as trump B. S. saying trying to move the markets up he is trusting buttons but then why don't the market see through that wire the market's moving up there that you know that should mean that they think that you know the economic outlook is better because this actually reflects a change in the way that our trade relationship with China is going

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Hong Kong protests turn violent

Pantsuit Politics

04:29 min | 2 years ago

Hong Kong protests turn violent

"Okay well speaking in a big brother. That's actually a great segue into one of the biggest stories around the globe over the weekend which were the violent protests in Hong Kong so the Hong Kong protests are entering their seventeenth week and they have really dialed up in the past few days because today is the seventieth anniversary of communist Communist rule in China as you can imagine pro democracy protesters in Hong Kong are not exactly excited to celebrate this anniversary but it's a big deal for China which which means. It's a big way for the protesters to send a message. China puts on a big military display in previous years. They've had twelve thousand troops marched through Tiananmen Square where they expect those numbers to be even bigger this year and so with a trade war already giving lots of negative press to China and its economy Hong Kong and in at specifically the pro democracy protesters saw this as their chance to continue to protest and make their messages heard. Unfortunately many of the protests turned turned violent. There are lots of reports of police brutality police fired canister after canister of tear gas and the protesters fought back with blockade aide blocking the streets with throwing stones taken up from the sidewalks and streets and with gasoline bombs thrown back in defense at the police police. We are not helping the situation with our trade war with China. Hong Kong's value to the world has often been as a hub that is kind kind of a bridge between the outside world and mainland China and with the increasing friction between China and the United States there are commentators who think think that Hong Kong's value as that hub is diminishing and it's really jeopardising Hong Kong's place in the world long-term The New York Times quotes Lynette Aung Long a China expert at the University of Toronto is saying after all of this we will see a different Hong Kong the very reason for Hong Kong's existence the rule of law respect for the police for public institutions respect for the judiciary the bureaucracy everything has been eroded. This is a really existential time for Hong Kong and having it come at the same time as this anniversary of Communist role in China when Xi Jinping is engaged in his domestic grab for power in making his term term basically unlimited and his G. political jockeying for power with the United States. It's just there's a lot going on here. I am impressed seventeen weeks to sustain protests. It's amazing and I don't think the protesters and Hong Kong are going anywhere. They are really fighting for their country. We had a listener listener reach out on instagram and say I don't understand the goal of these protests because even if many of their demands hands are met and many have been the original legislation to extradite political prisoners to China or anybody else charged with a crime was withdrawn officially but she asked even if they succeed and having these demands bet we're coming up on the deadline where we have one country two systems that was set up when Hong Kong was released from British rule and turned back over to the Chinese government that that deadline is approaching and so so what do we see happening. What are they. What are the protesters? The PRO democracy protesters who existed before this bill came before the Hong Kong legislator the what's their goal. What is the the long view of how they could exist separate from China if they imagine a scenario when China would ever allow that to happen and and the answer is I don't know I don't know and I don't really feel like it's my place to advocate for one of the other because I don't live in Hong Kong and so the people who do and the the pro democracy protesters particularly the the young ones that people who are going to be living way past just the deadline of this agreement have demands and they do have a vision and it does seem to be if not separate from China fiercely independent and I think as the weeks of the protests continue we'll have a better understanding of where they envisioned all this going but the Chinese government government most certainly envisions a more forceful physical clash with these protesters.

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Anaheim, Hannah Williams And Attorney General Habia Bracero discussed on The Frame

The Frame

01:06 min | 2 years ago

Anaheim, Hannah Williams And Attorney General Habia Bracero discussed on The Frame

"Stories about law enforcement are dominating the news this evening will start with the demand for a civil rights investigation into Friday night's fatal police shooting of a teenager in Anaheim the family of seventeen year old Hannah Williams says to day that state Attorney General habia bracero should get involved it also wants the Fullerton police officer who fired at Williams suspended the latest on the shooting and what's happened since from KPCC is Gabriel Cortez Williams family held a press conference in front of Anaheim city hall her godmother Lynette Campbell says they still don't know what happened the information that we have received from the police department has changed several times so far police have not offer details on how or why the shooting happened authorities do say there was a collision involving Williams car in the officer's vehicle one woman who says she witnessed what happened next spoke to our media partner NBC for Renee Arnold said she was driving alongside the freeway when she saw Williams get out of her car and walked toward the officer despite his commands to stop exactly

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"lynette" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"lynette" Discussed on 850 WFTL

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"lynette" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"lynette" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"This is the Adam Corolla show with Gina grad on news, while Bryan out of acts and Lynette Corolla drops in the play the rotten tomatoes game. And now behind every man is a great woman because he makes Lynette walks three feet behind him at all times. Adam cool. Yeah. Get it all got ticketed on choice. But to get it on mandate. Tune in and thanks for sharing we love that about you. Good day, Gina grant. And ball, Brian, I'm in no position to be a dad position birthday was great when it made pancakes for the kids this morning. Had a a you know, it was nice. Yeah. Different thirteen years old. That's crazy made a post mates order for pancakes. No, she whipped those pancakes right on me. I have magin since the age doing something separately for their birthdays. Yes. Shunned does everything separately key doesn't care. He doesn't he doesn't do anything like. Well, I told Sonny he's going to Denver with me bottom, it stupid southwest ticket six hundred bucks, by the way. Sometimes there's tickets are a little expensive. I never I don't really fully understand air travel because there's I want to New York for hundred and eighty nine dollars. And then there's I went to Denver for six hundred and fifty dollars and it's a couple of weeks out like just it's just catches catch fan. But I'll never really complain about it. Because. The notion of getting from here to Denver or here to New York at almost any other point in this world history, meant death possible the life journey and months and months agony. So this notion, all your belongings oh, was two hundred and forty three dollars to go to San Francisco. It's weird. It's delayed half an hour. The twenty minute delay the two hundred forty dollars like it's all kind of that's an ugly human complain. It's not ugly American ugly human, if the ma- wait, you could have the people that had to do the voyages across the seas in the wagon trains, and all of humanity and these all marches and Jews leaving the desert and marches and things. Saying that you would complain about it, but we. All right show Sammy Hagar. Sammy Hagar is an interesting dude. Sammy Hagar is a business man. He's a rocker, but he's a businessman. He his, his thing is he wants to get to a billion before he dies. This thing. And also, he's he's like seventy two years old, and you'd have no idea like mountain biking. His preserved yeah he is growing, but he comes from God, I think he comes from Fontana think I did it take a knee with him. I had a one on one with him once. He's a good guy. Seem it all the car vents and Bubba, but he grew up like really poor and fun Tanna had like a shitty stepdad, and blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, just pull themselves ride on out of that, man. So yeah good good on Sammy Hagar. I wonder if Clooney picked his brain with the whole, how do I cuss amigo. How do I sell this and make a million trillion dollars? George clooney. Yeah. Got that box yet. This half of the show brought to you by a rocket mortgage dot com slash she had teen counseling dot.

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Lynette Lewke, Fagin And Wookey discussed on WIBC Programming

WIBC Programming

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Lynette Lewke, Fagin And Wookey discussed on WIBC Programming

"Trending now, a junior Notre Dame is making history. As the school's first female leprechaun mascot Notre Dame announced its leprechaun lineup for the two thousand nineteen twenty twenty school year yesterday. Lynette lewke is. Is on the far, right? The school says Wookey is dedicated to leadership and sets out to empower every woman filling out the rest of the lineup is off more Connell. Fagin and junior.

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"lynette" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"lynette" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"This is not easy. So many moving parts and everything's like do this set it aside. Do this thing set it aside? Do the Ricarda mixture set it aside? So you can't get very full very quickly. But note, you get this to Lynette with a note that says give the saga. How do I just give it to out? Sorry olga. It is kind of labor intensive but it it's it's therapeutic. I knew I had a few hours last night. And it was just a really really fun thing to do. In the world of cooking. All think something a little more toward the ladies. 'cause I don't expect that the ladies would be the building of free standing rumpus room in the backyard for the kids to play or whatever they will tend to be little more in the kitchen this like I encouraged guys all time like down the garage put take that hallway closet. You put up the shelf. You put up the poll, you you you do it. You do it. You do it. With the ladies or anybody in the kitchen and take some time go somewhere, create something. I love running from this all the time. I totally agree because I was the one who ran from it until the last few years, and I'll give a little tip a little if you're if the kitchen is too intimidating just start with the spices. Make this make scrambled eggs. Make whatever you make it easy for you to make just just play with the seasons a little bit. You're gonna feel a lot more confident people are going to try it. They're going to think it's tastes extra-special. You're gonna feel really cool just start experimenting with those seasonings because that's a really great way to sort of assuage, your fears that right? Okay. And and yeah, this one is a little labor intensive 'cause it's a lot of moving parts, it's a lot of layers lasagna. But it's I think it tastes pretty good. These guys like and thank you up at grain, free comfort food dot com website. If you're if you got a hankering for lasagna, this will hit the Tarkwa rate Altro. Gene. If they just released this song in nineteen seventy four and seventy seven whenever the song came out. I think I would enjoy just as much if they never came out. This was just the genus recipes feelings that hit the airway. Eleven. I don't know why they're singing about lasagna. But they they're cooking man who g. Great zip blue suede who is blue suede and seventy I think this is one of the songs that came out seventy four didn't do anything and then came back and seventy eight or some of the didn't do anything and putting a movie who's the Reservoir Dogs soundtracks. That's where I I. Right. But that's way ahead. Yeah. But so. Generation of I is really familiar with. I don't know if it came out was a hit the year came out will blue suede it re recorded they're not the first band. Oh, that's what happ- there version came out seventy three and the first version came out sixty eight. I can take no credit for the lyrics or for the ideas behind them. But I will say I'm pretty proud of myself. I suggested the song for that. Nicely. All right there..

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196,000 jobs added in latest report from the Fed

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

03:23 min | 2 years ago

196,000 jobs added in latest report from the Fed

"Paul lenghty of economic news to kick around from big time jobs numbers today to the president's ongoing criticism of the fed and his shall we say idiosyncratic nominations to that body. Let's do it over with Linda Lopez from business insider and Dion rebellion markets editor at axios. Hi there. Hey. Let's start. I think before we dive into this fed situation. Let's start with the jobs numbers broadly. I guess more of the same especially in terms of wages Dion. I'm gonna start with you, food and housing still cost a lot. So at what point to these stuck wages really start to hurt the economy? That's a really good question because they have actually moving in the right direction. But now, they're kind of stuck in might be moving back down the thing about this jobs report today was it didn't really tell us anything new about the economy. Everything was kind of on trend along the same trend that we've been going on really since the end of the recession in the beginning of the recovery in two thousand nine so you got back to one hundred ninety six thousand jobs added that's about along trend that we've seen really for the past nine ten years wage growth kind of moving back towards its trend. And we're really this is just kind of return to the normal that we've seen over the past ten years. So didn't really tell us anything new about the economy, except, you know, the new boss same as the old boss, right and Lynette our reporters say three point two percent is okay. As far as wage growth goes. But we'd need three point five percent. Two four for a sustained period for workers to gain back this ground and getting to the fed. It seems like that wouldn't be that likely if inflation hawks start saying it's time to raise interest. Rates that fair that's fair. But here's the thing. I'm one of those people who believes that the American worker hasn't really gotten a sufficient raised since the nineteen sixties. So when I look at these three point two numbers four percent numbers. It compares to, you know, compare. It does not compare to you know, the lack of ground that the American worker has has has not made. I mean, the American workers purchasing power has basically stayed steady for the last forty years. And this is why we've seen such massive inequality. So when I see a report like this, and we start quibbling over three point two percent. Four percent. I'm like, okay. I mean find right, but we can quote, it's not gonna change of when what is you know, an inherent structural problem with our economy right now. Well, then let's move onto the structure, and it's not good. It's writ large. That's what it does. You know? She just she comes and drops. I want one. I mean, we keep calling ya. So it's on us. Dionne broadly. Let's talk about the fed. You have these proposed nominations in Stephen Moore, and now Herman Cain. And I think what we should ask with all of this pressure. And these kind of weird nominations is can the fed do its job. Yeah. No. Of course, the fed can do its job, and it is important to point out that these are just two of nominations of. I think it's twelve board seats. You've also got the chair the vice chair you've got a number of fed regional presidents all of whom everyone on the fed currently very qualified including the previous people that President Trump has nominated.

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US, Brad Kavanagh and Rachel discussed on Bill Cunningham

Bill Cunningham

09:00 min | 3 years ago

US, Brad Kavanagh and Rachel discussed on Bill Cunningham

"I'd rather get an advantage. Dr Clements come back. And yeah. Just one live on the air. Could you maybe expensive pair of tickets through the company and Ben just go heckle them? See what happened? I would not waste my voice on them Cordell. We need a Alan Cordell. Where's my practice? Logical exam. I'd rather get one of those live. What else is on the blog? Science has now proven that marijuana. Use long-term in teens has a negative impact on their brain later in life, especially with their ability to control their impulses, which suggests that teens that smoke a lot of weed are more likely to be drug addicts in the future. So there you go sake. Did you smoke any weed at Coleraine? Now. The only ones I saw were in my yard. Now that guy did do a little bit. That guy is that guy is for we'd he sits in with rocky last week in rocky looks at them like this guy. Ain't right. You know what? He's correct correct at something's wrong with that. Dude. This e hawks Earl Thomas was also fined for his obscene gesture which he sent me. One finger salute. Yes lost. Or does. He debates. The coaches is not that big of a deal coach Eric Reed kneeled for the national anthem yesterday. But the Panthers don't care much for that. Yeah. He was almost going to be a Bengal. I say just stand. That's what I say. Just Dan don't sit don't mail just saying, well, we need some sex in version on the blog. We have Amy Schumer gang arrested still the of that a woman smuggling drugs cinched, very private place prison JJ. Yes. That would be the place for JJ. And also the Michigan team brought hot brownies to school indoor swayed votes for homecoming on the blog the blog numbers through the roof on my still number one or two with a bullet Eddie in rocky vote taking you. Sorry. Was offer day off my show for three days. If you take those three days a new account, then what happens you're probably back at number one. That's what I like to hear right there because we have to dig out of the whole gotta dig out. That's why we're sinking our vacation in November thanking November ninth to the sixteen. I have I have managed to get your schedule and kick Chris's scheduled to line up. And I'm going to take vacation when you're both on vacation good segman once again, who's at the holy grail Hubbard Johnson who flip a coin one. Or the other the touchdown wins one or the other will be there right now. It's up. I have no idea. The ladies love somebody on the Bengals seven o'clock seven o'clock tonight along with Lance and lap doesn't get any better net. Especially tonight's going to be about eighty nine degrees downtown drink-up but by next week. They'll be have a cold one on for Brad Kavanagh down. While you're down read. I'm half. All of us are gangling. The media says we need to be unhappy. But I'm happy are you happy? Rachel. I'm in different. I feel like actually most of the country is probably different. Let's move on live on less than one percent of the American people care about that. Okay. Good. I'm glad I thought it was just person that on a really good night. Maybe a half million people watch CNN, maybe two million watch FOX put together it's less than three million. That means on a good night. Well, less than one percent of the American people pay attention well less than one percent, but the media access if it's the biggest thing in the world, but less than ninety nine percent. Plus don't know don't care. You know, how many people can name one US supreme court Justice twenty-five percent drilling. Seventy five percent cannot namesake. Can you name? One US supreme court Justice other than cavenaugh Ginsburg. That's pretty good can give me another one. It's. That's pretty good. Chief justices. Give me a hint come on nationals R, J R Ewing. No. Oh, geez. See my point is even well Roberts, John Roberts, right even well versed. People cannot name a supreme court Justice. So I'm not stupid. Stupid. But can you name a majority US rim court justices? I I would say, no, right, and your typical. So media goes nuts on these things. Most people don't care ninety nine percent Brad Kavanagh's in his office right now. And I so me as we ought to be. He deserves to be there. And I wish him well. What did you think Ruth's going to do to him? Once he gets on the. I mean, I think collegial I I don't know. But you know, the notorious RV she's eighty six years old and a couple of weeks ago, she could not done by the fourteenth amendment to the US constitution. If you're a judge us like basic stuff. She's losing it. What happens when she meets her maker wait for that war to begin? Here comes Amy Coney Barrett. That's what he's going to be nice. That'll be action. Rachel, thank you very much. And you'll be on the afternoon show today. Yes, I will be I'll be on with Eddie, and Sean rocky is doing a football game somewhere. Good ESPN, really loves him. I like the rock segman. Give me out of the students report. Getting ready for Julie Gunnlaug. What a women really think about about. The new supreme court Justice bread 'em Cavanaugh. We have a woman a feminist conservative feminists coming up next thing got to pay attention to this. Rachel a conservative feminist which is good at live action at honor of a beautiful hot Monday here in the tri-state the Bengals foreign one happy Columbus Day for our Canadian listeners. Happy Thanksgiving Day. It's also Joey Votto indigenous people stay we leave you with the immortal words of the stew report. So have you ever been grooving Lynette? Cam. Yeah. When was the last time? Really? Got some Gruden six years ago.

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The world’s first beer hotel is here — and every room has a beer fridge in the shower

Joel Riley

00:24 sec | 3 years ago

The world’s first beer hotel is here — and every room has a beer fridge in the shower

"'s news first at five worlds first beer hotels, opening doors, its doors, to the public starting today the doghouse hotel is taking reservations for any of. Its thirty two rooms inside, the brew dog brewery in. Canal Winchester the hotel features a six thousand square foot beer museum a beer spa treatments beer taps in each room and a built in and built in shower beer fridges rooms overlook the working very true to its name, the

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