24 Burst results for "Mahala"

"mahala" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

05:45 min | 4 months ago

"mahala" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

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"mahala" Discussed on Made For This with Jennie Allen

Made For This with Jennie Allen

03:47 min | 5 months ago

"mahala" Discussed on Made For This with Jennie Allen

"Me very curious that line. Yeah i got this from dr robert mahala and He was a professor at asbury Seminary we had him at our church. Times delightful man. Pass away a couple of years ago. Yeah it's it's the notion that i could be in the world we're got to be in the world for god is in many respects. It's i am carrying a particular banner that i think god is concerned about and so whatever the issue is i'm going to carry that in the name of god i'm going to defend. I'm going to highlight the particular things that i think god is either mad about or are are paying about whatever it might be. But here's the thing about their. I can be in the world for god without gone. I can do all that without a relationship with gone to be in god's love the world. I'm not saying in doing that. I am not a placing an emphasis on being with god without being engaged in the world for both of these things. It's it's engaging world we're reaching the world where announcing the good news of the kingdom of god but in one sense i could do it without god and up into the former sense of in god for the world. I'm doing it with gone. I'm doing it in god. My very life now is an overflow of god's gracious activity in my life so it's it's very interesting and i think jesus gets at this when he when all these people say we did all these things in your name we did this and we cast out demons and we did all this. Jesus i never knew. I i never knew who you were. I think those folks were in the world for gone But those who are in god for the world are actually cultivating dislike with got not of which they speak and lives and serve. I mean asking really controversial question. Ready what does it mean for the people. That are the ladder like to. Are you curious about salvation for a lot of christians right now like how does that feel when you look out and you see so many christians that are angry and doing exactly what you just said. Does that scare you for them. Or where do you put that in your mind absolutely. I'm frank for anyone who is in the world for god and that kind of way. Usually the folks who are in the world's forgotten that way are very anxious are fear driven Which then brings out that kind of animosity anger ushering marginalization. It flows out of a place of the fear and anxiety and for me it it demonstrates there is a level of bondage there because those who do those who are in god for the world are those who have the fruit of the spirit activated in them. There's a joy there's a piece. There's not a striving there's not a coercion. There's no manipulation. It's you're getting the best of the spirit of god flowing through you and so for the folks who are in that other category. My heart grieves significantly. Because for me it it feels like you know the the language that paul uses. It looks like faith but lacks the power there of this is that versus giving my mind right now but Has like this this this showing of faith but it lacks power lack but an but the power of god demonstrated by the fruit of the spirit. And so my heart grieves for people because to live in that way is often marked by deep deep fear and anxiety and i trust god is gracious to these people and offers peace to these people but It is quite a terrible existence to when.

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"mahala" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:47 min | 10 months ago

"mahala" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"1989, a 10 year old girl went to school in a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio, went to class, talked and laughed with friends. She was in the room when a police officer told her about stranger danger, but she never came home that day. Amy Mahala Vic never came home at all. You know, she was word to base where basically to be abducted Since Amy disappeared. These streets normally filled with Children playing have been strangely quiet 30 years later, her murder remains one of the nation's most high profile, kidnapping and killing cases. But could three strands of decades old evidence lead police to a killer. This lead will sell the case or well. Amy's murder remain unsolved. Amy should be 40, a new podcast from three news in Cleveland and vaults Studios. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I heart radio app number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one When you need to know what it all means. That's when you need us. They informed all day every day on Newstalk 11 30 W S an 90 seconds. We got time for a quick call Daniel Michigan. What's up, Daniel? How are you, sir? Good day said. How you doing? Good. What's happening? Okay, So, um And of course I'm from the Midwest issues. Just no. But here's.

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"mahala" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:35 min | 10 months ago

"mahala" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"A 10 year old girl went to school in a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio, went to class, talked and laughed with friends. She was in the room when a police officer told her about stranger danger. But she never came home that day. Amy Mahala Vic never came home at all. You know, she was word to base where basically to be abducted Since Amy disappeared. These streets normally filled with Children playing have been strangely quiet 30 years later, her murder remains one of the nation's most high profile, kidnapping and killing cases. But could three strands of decades old evidence lead police to a killer. This lead will sell the case or well. Amy's murder remain unsolved. Amy should be 40, a new podcast from three news in Cleveland and vaults Studios. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I heart radio app number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one I heart radio. Did you know Presented by I Heart radio. You know what you're listening to right now. Did you know that it I heart radio. One of our biggest pet peeve is dead Air. That you know that pause. You get between the songs when you're listening to a ball or playlist or the gaps in your soundtrack. When you're trying to set the mood, it kills the energy destroys the vibe. See at I, Her radio. We believe it's not just the music curation in your playlist that matters but also the music presentation..

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"mahala" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:05 min | 11 months ago

"mahala" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"1989, a 10 year old girl went to school in a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio, went to class, talked and laughed with friends. She was in the room when a police officer told her about stranger danger, but she never came home that day. Amy Mahala Vic never came home at all. You know, she was learned to base where basically to be abducted Since Amy disappeared. These streets normally filled with Children playing have been strangely quiet 30 years later, her murder remains one of the nation's most high profile, kidnapping and killing cases. But could three strands of decades old evidence lead police to a killer. This lead will sell the case or well. Amy's murder remain unsolved. Amy should be 40, a new podcast from three news and Cleveland and vaults studios. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I heart radio app number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one I heart radio goes one on one with Carlos Santana to discuss help. Passion contributes to Santana's longevity by the grace of God. You know, we have not less with passion fire, Asai said before. For some reason, a lot of musicians are age They reduce yourself to embers. You know, and somehow way, go into the room and you hear tornado fire, though, and, like white heat, So I love that the passion in the willing to play that note with the intensity of that If you die getting that note, then got started. I don't get it, You know, And it sounds like that because you can't get a sound like that. Unless you're willing to put all of it in it to the point of like If you get a stroke by getting it, then get the stroke you know and go the collective sound of each musician When we play like that people gonna feel it..

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Quarantined tennis stars face off with officials ahead of Australian Open

WBZ Midday News

01:00 min | 11 months ago

Quarantined tennis stars face off with officials ahead of Australian Open

"Rules are all the talk in the land down under here is totally be Zeze Drew Mahala. Yeah, Players are angry, and the Aussie government officials well, they're not feeling sympathetic. Here's the deal. Positive Kobe cases on three flights to Australia for 72 players into full quarantine, and it is indeed full quarantine, with players having to isolate full time in their hotel rooms for 14 days, instead of being allowed to pray. Like this outside. Like other players, it's not fun. Just ask Yulia Putin save a top player. She's stuck in her hotel room, trying to get some work in hitting a ball against the wall, not really entertaining insult to injury. She posted a video of a small most in her room can't make it up. Top seed Novak Djokovic asked for some of the quarantine demands to be eased. He was denied. The answer is not see what I mean. That's the Australian premier rival Nick Curios, calling Novak a tool this morning. There you go. That's the state of tennis right now. To kick off the year Drew Mulholland WBZ, Boston's news radio drew used to coach tennis. He knows what he's talking about. All right, 10 53, the

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"mahala" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:07 min | 11 months ago

"mahala" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"A 10 year old girl went to school in a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio, went to class, talked and laughed with friends. She was in the room when a police officer told her about stranger danger. But she never came home that day. Amy Mahala. Vic never came home at all. You know, she was learned to base square basically to be abducted since Amy disappeared. These streets normally filled with Children playing have been strangely quiet 30 years later, her murder remains one of the nation's most high profile, kidnapping and killing cases. But could three strands of decades old evidence lead police to a killer. This lead will sell the case or well. Amy's murder remain unsolved. Amy should be 40, a new podcast from three news in Cleveland and vaults Studios. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I Heart Radio Act number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one How are you? Do you want? Have a good day today. That's right. Yeah. This is a handle on the law. Marginal legal advice, right? Tell you you have no case call it said 88 to handle 8882 h a n d l. That's 888 to 4 to 6335..

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"mahala" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:40 min | 11 months ago

"mahala" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"1989, a 10 year old girl went to school in a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio, went to class, talked and laughed with friends. She was in the room when a police officer told her about stranger danger. But she never came home that day. Amy Mahala Vic never came home at all. You know, she was learned to base where basically to be abducted Since Amy disappeared. These streets normally filled with Children playing have been strangely quiet 30 years later, her murder remains one of the nation's most high profile, kidnapping and killing cases. But could three strands of decades old evidence lead police to a killer. This lead will sell the case or well. Amy's murder remain unsolved. Amy should be 40, a new podcast from three news and Cleveland and vaults studios. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I heart radio app number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one Kfbk Sacramento KFBK, A shambolic lines Sacramento's number one for breaking news. Local news, traffic and weather News 93.1 kfbk Good morning to you. It is eight o'clock straight up at the cave became morning news. I'm Christina results. I'm Sam Shane. Here's what's trying to get this hour. Sacramento City leaders say they want to get a housing plan back on track their new plan to house the homeless. Many predicted this. Those let out of jail on no bail in one county have committed hundreds of new crimes. He says he's exploring a run for governor. Why, he says it's time for a leadership change at the Capitol, mourn those stories straight.

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PS5 outperforming Xbox Series X

Joey's Totally Tech

03:30 min | 1 year ago

PS5 outperforming Xbox Series X

"So the s five as outperforming the xbox series x the xbox series x may be the world's most powerful console but an early game test up. He has five has been outperforming. It digital foundry has been analyzing new games across both the playstation five and xbox series x the xbox series x is capable of twelve teraflops of gpo performance as opposed to the ten point. Two eight teraflops on the ps five. The xbox series ads is in the lead slightly and four k and ray tracing performance modes on a devil. Make pry five but the high frame rate mode brunt noticeably better on the playstation five with more than forty frames per second gap at some places the. Ps five is outperforming and other games too such as assassin's creed mahala and dart. Five differences could be down to bugs. But it's microsoft only allowed developers to submit games for the xbox series x certification in june after an update to its game developer's kit developers had access to the place agent. Five deaf heads farther and advance see. I don't know if there's anything to worry about I know generally console when a new console comes out. The quality of performance is noticeably worse than the beginning that the end just because his people as a developers learn how to develop for that platform they just get better at getting the most out of it right. Yeah this may be something to worry about but it's also not be. Yeah i don't think yeah That's not anything to necessarily worry about. Not worry i mean. Obviously it's not that big of a difference things here and there but yeah i think i think the reason we're not seen as good of performance on the xbox is because they have a hat as much time to optimize probe xbox series act as we saw they had only starts the bidding in june where liked they could submit for. They had much more time to develop For the playstation five. Yeah so they've had more time to do the optimization on that also. An issue with xbox platform as far as development is like the series x in the series. S are fundamentally. Two different consoles series s has lower specs than the series x So a game for the xbox who essentially to make to two versions of that game run on the excellent around this so You know the. Ps five you know they have the digital edition but the digital edition is the same as far as expressed to the. I don't know that had to necessarily two versions of the game. I mean on pc for example. It's like there's optimize levels of rye. So he can run. A yakuza has with pc's like one version of the which are three enough yet at rod zone. He with all sorts of different configurations different. Gpa's and whatnot but yeah they did have to focus on two different consoles Configurations rather that's true.

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"mahala" Discussed on Ghostly

Ghostly

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"mahala" Discussed on Ghostly

"Now, you know, I I go to you know, I do funerals. I'm a minister. I do ferrules and I've been with mothers just lost their children. I've been with children that's lost their parents join the military. I mean, you know, I've done every kind of piano you can imagine and and you're they're not to just walk in and say a few cute little words and walk out you're there to be the people because everybody has a story to tell you everybody wants to talk to you everybody everybody love this person and that person of course is their money, you know, so mediumship isn't just about the circle. It's about the healing of the mind. That's that's that's that's really a sweet girl. I think about it. Yeah, I like that. Yeah, you know when I get an impression on something, where do you think I'm good that you think my mind is dead. Ended up. I'm not smart enough to do that or gal and I'm not smart enough to do it. You know that the spirit gives me information. It's a way of life. It's not that I wake up this morning. I'm going to do a reading off wake up this morning and it's my way of life. It's who I am. It's Incorporated. If you ask me what I think the weather is going to be in ten days, you know, I might give you some answer, you know, I might tell you how would I was getting a reading? Gotcha. Okay. Okay. Yeah. Well, I think I think I'm out of my questions. But if there's an is there anything else you'd want to share about seances and then I'll give you a chance, of course to talk about, you know, your your church and and all the the services you offer, you know, we can let the our listeners know but anything else on on stances that we should to remind me to take my medicine birth. There you go the answers. I believe are designed to be a beautiful thing. I don't believe that they're designed to scare you. I don't believe that they're designed to be creepy. My sansa's are designed to bring you information that at this time might seem like a miracle to you. But a miracle is only something I can do that you're not doing yet. That's it. That's what a.

"mahala" Discussed on Ghostly

Ghostly

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"mahala" Discussed on Ghostly

"And we want to do it. Would you say like anyone could do it? Should they go through treating first you need did you need someone that's trained as a medium. I guess. We'll say how long anybody could do it but it's going to be like a puppy without a leash funny because I've no idea what's going to come along right? You trust me trust that I'm going to have the insight to protect you and take care of you. You're open to me. Your heart is open. You've given me a lot of power. So yep. Kids get together and and you know people like me in high school and Junior High in college, we all did it and you get together and you stand in front of the mirror and you ask for Mary whatever name is and turn off the office lights and you do seances and and yeah, you know, I'm surprised Francis survived all that.

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"mahala" Discussed on Ghostly

Ghostly

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"mahala" Discussed on Ghostly

"I I do a lot of sansa's one of the guys from one of the big investigation groups in the midwest back as part of a seance and I had told him I see a dog his name is daughter gave her or something like that. I don't know what his name is, but it's a dog hog, and he's with you and that night when they did their investigation cuz I knew my stances first and when they did their investigation and they had their voice boxes and all the things going on the dog came through. Oh, wow. That was good. Well, I thought that's very cool. I like it off. So do you ever have you ever done a Sands where the goal was to to call a particular Spirit, you know, maybe someone's house is haunted or whatever, you know something else. Haunted houses and you know the most natural thing the the way of the spirit is when you leave the.

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"mahala" Discussed on Ghostly

Ghostly

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"mahala" Discussed on Ghostly

"It's not only about scary stuff. It's about they work with this for the betterment of us and them are open-minded. We are the more knowledge we have about about how to communicate with the universe. It's a language and they and then that language is not English. Hm log, And and you know you the more the better off we are but when we do seances I get a lot of questions about well do entities catch to me. I I picked up an entity. You know what I'm just looking at him like oh boy. Yeah and you know entities will attach to you it can happen. But the only way the only way an entity can attach to you as if there's a light vibration and vibrations travel in straight lines like microwaves those jobs is travel in straight lines. So, you know, I am sure John Wayne Gacy is not going to attach himself to you. I'm sure of it. Why because you have nothing she common with that man. Right, right. Okay. Well and and if I'm doing a singers and you're hoping Elvis Presley comes in he probably isn't going to do that because the song Isn't here now. If you are an impersonator and you're doing some of this work and maybe you're really good and he wants you to do something slightly different. There's a chance that he'll come. In fact a reason for it. There's a common denominator that makes gas to have and and and it's like this, you know, it's just not one vibration. We got lots of vibrations going on. That's why you keep your thoughts good and it won't be long before we will be communicating telepathically. May I have in my right a prophecy every year and I have in my prophecy we buy 2040s. We will be communicating telepathically interesting. I wonder if technology will be a part of life with technology already is how many times you text on your phone and it finishes the word for you, right? You know, that's a computer. I mean it it's you know, yeah. Yep. Watson is doing a good job. Yeah, right. So it doesn't matter and this is interesting kind of leading as my next question, which was does it matter who's at a seance like if you have someone thought that it's like I'm sure more often you have people that are excited, you know, maybe overly excited but you ever get people that you know, maybe somebody's significant other that was kind of dragged there or something or maybe they had a cute little story about that. I have a little gal that came in from Indianapolis on.

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"mahala" Discussed on Ghostly

Ghostly

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"mahala" Discussed on Ghostly

"You know, my parents were aware of things like this and it was okay with them. So I wasn't taught to be afraid. I wasn't taught that it that it was, you know, it was the work of the devil. I wasn't proud of any of those things. I just thought See who I was and it would be okay, but a lot of people are taught differently than I was so so if you're not being acceptable at a very young age into your Prime welcome you sure you're going to you're going to do what they tell you to do. And then you're not going to be too open about it. Gotcha. Yeah, and you do you see things or is it more than a feeling for you? It's a combination of a lot of things. I see a lot. I actually see in my mind's eye a lot. Sometimes I see pictures. Sometimes I see little videos short little videos. Sometimes I feel things sometimes I sense things. Sometimes I can smell something, you know, even occasionally I don't do this often, but I can taste stuff. Sometimes I can look at your body and I can just say oh my God, you know, I mean, yep. Pull all those senses together. It's not like you, you know, you you do them independently, you pull all your physical senses together. That would be your knowledge and your your ability that touch feel taste and and in your Claret senses are nothing more than your physical senses on another active. Gotcha. Okay, and and you pull them all together and that's how you do a reading off and it takes years to learn how to be a good reader. Well that was going to be my next question. What do you think? What does it mean to be a medium? I mean what doesn't it mean psyche is somebody in fact, you know, I don't even like to talk about this because I I don't even know if I even go along with this anymore sure, but a psychic according to Hoyle a psychic is somebody that gives you readings on this point..

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"mahala" Discussed on Ghostly

Ghostly

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"mahala" Discussed on Ghostly

"Well, you know before we get too much further down where we introduce you and just you can maybe give us a little bit of background and then we can maybe talk more about the seances and what you do and how you do it and what happens and and off of that so so yeah, so you want to so, okay. My name is Michaela bacon. I'm the pastor of the Evangelical Spiritual Church, which is a spiritualist church, and I also have a doctorate. In you know religion you I'm a theologian and I have a secular. Doctor at Cynthia theologies. So that's a little different. Yeah, but most people are used to and I've got a strong background in science a very strong background in science and so much energy is a is a big thing to me and of course everything's about energy and I do classes on Zoom. I have seances on them and they have turned out real. Well when they wanted the first Seance I said, okay that and it was great. And sometimes I see things behind people I take little pictures of them and you know, it's great. Oh, that's great. You know, we do readings unzoom because there's no distance, you know when you're in the game. World of spirit or when you're in the the upper world, you know, you're you're right there and we do we do healing we do distant healing on. So wow, that's amazing. So we do a lot of things on Zoom. I've just kind of carried the practices over. Yeah. And when did you start doing this kind of work? I've been doing it since my twenties. Okay. I'm sixty-nine. Yeah, what got you into it? How did you start my family was holistic, they went to Community Church. And that's the concept of holistic things in my grandmother used to set with the filmers who are the founders of Unity Church in seances and off my other Grandma. I'm on my my grandfather's side. She what she did was she was good friends with Mary Baker Eddy for a chrome. In science. So I've got a huge, you know just was raised and and all kinds of stuff like this and I don't remember ever being able to see what I do. Remember is realizing that somebody else didn't see what I could see and I was I was maybe early teens when I when I understood that cuz I remember saying to a friend she was going to do something and I said, I don't think that's a good idea. You know, look at look at where you're going to go here. You're only nice. This is where that's going to take you that concept and she I said don't you see that? You know I said are you stupid shut up stupid and she said no, I don't think I'm stupid. But to me, it looks like Hum she was stupid. And and so today I understand that maybe I'm seeing something that you're not or I'm feeling something or I have an idea about something that you're not and we all do this. I you probably don't have any children yet. But when you have children, you know, how long will you will look at them and you will know you will know something's not right or something's good. You just know and that's using your intuition that using it we all use it off but most of us are trained from from our parents knees that their needs their wants and their ideas are more important because they do have bills to pay..

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"mahala" Discussed on Ghostly

Ghostly

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"mahala" Discussed on Ghostly

"It was late at night and I awoke in her spare room the door was open and the hall light was on and I could hear her as she was tending to the twin babies. I could not see her around the corner, but I could hear her and see shadow in the hallway. My eyes scanned to the corner of the room opposite the doorway and there stood a man in a white tank top with cut off shorts and his arms were crossed in front of his chest. Stood there staring at me and I stared back and my eyes would glance over to the doorway and I could see him but also hear my cousin only around the corner from me in the other room. I was terrified and did not say a word as an adult and now knowing about sleep paralysis. I do not think that was it. I remember I could not move due to my fear, but I know I could move my legs arms except as he stood there and he did not move. I finally mustered enough guts and got up and darted out of the room around the corner into the room where my cousin was with her babies. I ran around into the room and hid behind the baby pressing table and told her about the man in the other room staring at me. She was freaked out needless to say and went around the corner turned on the light and there was no one there. I slept the rest of the night and her bed with her name. I have not had any other things personally happened to me. I am more of a Believer but a guarded believer whether these things were only in my mind or not and not real I do not know all I know but as I sit here as a fifty-year-old woman these images and memories are still very haunting the rest of the summer. I did not spend a night anywhere else till much later in the year. Understandably wage. Yeah, definitely. Well, thank you so much Jennifer..

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"mahala" Discussed on Ghostly

Ghostly

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"mahala" Discussed on Ghostly

"Welcome to ghostly. Do you believe in sances ghostly is a podcast that comes out every other week most of the time cuz right now we are weekly until after Halloween in each episode. We take a ghost story or paranormal event and look into its complete history Rebecca, then gives us evidence proving that the story is realish dead in my job is to debate those pieces of evidence and get you the listener prepared to vote on if it's real or not. If you haven't yet, please hit that subscribe button and as always with your host, I'm Pat and I'm Rebecca. So what's been going on Rebecca? Wow, we have been getting ready for an exciting month of Halloween fun. Yes now us doing this weekly, you know, it is like the best of times and the worst of times right? It's like it's like man, I love doing episodes for you guys, but man dead We are doing a lot of research. We are we are but we have some we've we've got some fun stuff going on this month, but you're going to tell us a lot more about the episode van later. But I do want to remind everybody about the book club, which is going to happen later this month on October 29th. So Thursday before Halloween will get dressed up. We're going to talk about a scary book, which I'm going to suggest is actually pairing well with our topics for this month. Yeah and people of you know suggestions on what to dress up as oh, yes. That's true. If you are a ghostly Society you too can add your suggestions of what how I should dress up this year. I'm thinking we should do Ren and Stimpy We can talk about it. You don't like that idea. Okay, so do we have any listener mail before we we do have listener may all right. Let's hear it. All right so off our list or mail is from Jennifer. She says I'm a new listener and have listened to all your podcasts that I could find on iHeartRadio shout-outs iHeartRadio iHeart..

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Assassin's Creed creative director Ashraf Ismail fired

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:49 min | 1 year ago

Assassin's Creed creative director Ashraf Ismail fired

"Be saw better tehmina essay has dismissed the creative director of the newest assassin's creed game. The latest result of the metoo reckoning at the French video game publisher that has been swirling for two months. Ashraf is male the director on this falls assassin's creed. Mahala was accused by a fan in July and June sorry of about his marital status in order to have a relationship with her shortly afterward at. Shortly. Afterward Ishmael wrote onto it or is mail wrote on twitter that he had stepped down from his role adding that he was quote deeply sorry to everyone hurt in this but you remain a US off employees. The publisher inform staff this week that he had been he was dismissed. As a result of Investigations Ashraf is male has been dismissed from you. We saw and is no longer employees. A UBISOFT spokesperson confirmed at Bloomberg is male didn't immediately. To request for comment. In late June dozens of people mostly women spoke out on social media about their experiences facing sexual harassment and assault in the video game in streaming industries many of those accusations centred on Ubisoft, which has since faced scrutiny for what many describe as a boys club culture chief executive officer eased will has promised big changes in interviews with BusinessWeek more. Than three dozen current and former Yousof employees painted a picture of a company that had been aware of many of these allegations for years since allegations emerge Ubisoft, his parted ways with top executives ten Tommy Francois and maxine blonde as well as several other employees in lower positions. Last month, the company pushed out chief creative officer Serge has who has coat. Sorry I know I'm not saying that French name. One of the more powerful people at Ubisoft. Is. Male. Spent eleven years at us off Montreal and also directed to previous assassin's creed games. Assassin's creed black flag in twenty thirteen and assassin's creed origin in twenty seventeen.

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Microsoft to launch Xbox Series X in November

Giant Bombcast

01:03 min | 1 year ago

Microsoft to launch Xbox Series X in November

"Than fifty new games planned for this year across generations and optimized for series x including assassin's creed Mahala dirt five years tactics, which is already out. watchdogs legion, which will be like what two three weeks old thep point. Yuccas Dragon, which is what is out. Is that. I it's a launch game for Series Act I don't know and it's already out Japan right? Right right. Right. So that's kind of Gosh. That's like the extent of the new games like a satellite. The literally are leading with Third Party Games asked creed. That statement. Other others most new games developed for xbox series acts on launching with Xbox game pass including exclusives like the medium scorn and tetris effect connected. And then the third bullet point is just a bunch of existing games optimize take full advantage of series acts. Such as force and four years five or in the will of the whips. Madden. NFL. Twenty one.

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"mahala" Discussed on True Consequences

True Consequences

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"mahala" Discussed on True Consequences

"To Giggle. The Oracle. Look deeper. Defenses be true crime and mystery podcast stories based in new, Mexico and the American desert southwest. Hey everybody, welcome to another get vocal livestream of true consequences. Tonight I am joined by a very special guest. Amanda Shirley who? Fighting for justice for her brother, DJ, and I want to welcome you Amanda before we get any further and thank you for being on the show tonight there. Thank you for having me on. Absolutely! Okay, so let's go ahead and get started Amanda. Why don't you tell us a little bit about yourself? And and then maybe talk about Dj and who he was as a person in what he meant to you and your family if you don't mind. Well like you said I'm DJ sister my name's Amanda Shirley I've been bonding Dj for four years now. Rope in Georgia Mahala in the county that they do Killian I got married. When I was eighteen. Move as far away from places, I could move to Alabama so all of our friends and majority of our family were still from that area. hints La Aj kept going back to that same county, but. It's not about me. It's about Dj, so let's move on the J.. J. He was a twenty seven year old father of three. He had said about the twin girls when he was killed. That were a year old. And a little boy that was two years old. He had been married for two years and growing up. He was a typical. Typical! Latte teenage mutant Ninja Turtle Barney. chucky. May now playing, he was, he was weird. Even he was always liked the scare, the horror movies and everything. He was a big prankster. He was always plant jokes on everybody. Everybody aggravate never by the. It was never a dull moment with DJ around. And If you ever met him, you would you just opened up to him? Like you knew in your whole life, he could talk to you for hours. About anything. and. Everybody says that he wins the my dad's a lot of Iran. Lit Up the room because his personality was just so out there that he never met a stranger. That's amazing. He sounds like a a dynamic person. Hey was really great to be around. There was like that there's never a dull moment a so I know you've you've been very open about DJ struggles in his life and the issues and challenges that he faced. and I.

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An Eyewitness to Extinction

Short Wave

08:30 min | 2 years ago

An Eyewitness to Extinction

"Today a scientist who found herself in the middle of disturbing bring scientific mystery. It's the early nineteen ninety s and Karen Lips is a graduate student studying frogs in in the mountains of Costa Rica. And I had set up camp in this little shack that had no running water or electricity so this is in old growth both oak forest cloud forest. So it's moist and there's Moss everywhere and Amphibians love it. Karen lived alone spending her days studying the reproductive behavior of its Mahala Calypso. A tiny tree frog the color of emeralds and then a couple of years into her research Karen found some dead frogs and seven is not very much. She wasn't too worried about it but she couldn't figure out why they died so she sent the frogs off for essentially a frog autopsy. Then she headed home for Christmas break and when I got back I expected to see the beginning of the rainy season season. which is usually when you see the greatest number frogs and I kept waiting and waiting and the rains came and there just weren't very many frogs at all and so i? I started questioning myself like well. Maybe I disturbed them. Maybe the flashlight for two two years one little flashlight bothered them and they went away. Or maybe maybe maybe it's not raining enough. I just simply could not imagine what could have caused them to disappear. Yeah it was not the flashlights fault. Not According to the FROG autopsy results. They said we don't know why they died. They seem fine. They got something weird in their skin. Now at that point there was nothing known that would kill a frog. Doug that was something quote weird in their skin. Coming up on shortwave. Scientists untangle scientific mystery of the Amphibian World the one that goes from kind of weird to devastating support for this. NPR podcast comes from Sierra Nevada. Brewing Company family owned operated and argued over since nineteen eighty proud supporter of Independent. Thought whether that's online over over the air or in a battle more at Sierra Nevada dot com. Here's the thing you need to know right away about Infineon's there's a lot of them and that's important because they live right in the middle of the food web they are food for all the mammals and the birds and the snakes and the predators and they are the predators predators of all the insects and flies and mosquitoes. So those two things mean that they are really like a key linchpin in the entire ecosystem so when in groups of Amphibians start disappearing scientists. get nervous by the time. Karen had noticed those dead frogs in Costa Rica. They're already been these reports of frogs disappearing being in large numbers around the world and reports kept coming but nobody knew what it all meant. Nobody knew why are they disappearing. Where are they disappearing disappearing from? how quickly do they disappear? You know what what's the cause of it years. After Costa Rica Karen set up another field site in the cloud forest Panama. At first it was wonderful. Hundreds of frogs every night all kinds of different species and then it wasn't two or three years later later I went back and They would be acting very weird frogs that were supposed to only come out at night. We'd find them during the day. Frogs that would you sit. We're supposed to sit only on the leaves and the plants we see them on the ground until we pick them up because we always measure them and identify them and then let them go and a lot of times we'd pick these things up and they wouldn't struggle. They wouldn't try to escape. And oftentimes they'd make one jump and then they dead. WHOA and this happened? We were there for like three weeks weeks and in three weeks we found fifty some dead or dying frogs. Had you ever seen anything like that before. No the scene part is important written because typically researchers would get to a field site and all the frogs would just be gone nobody really witnessed them in the act of dying. Rarely even saw the the bodies but this time Karen had a front row seat more importantly she had a lot of evidence to work with and so on the one hand it is horrible horrible and sad on the other hand. You're like this is it. We have evidence no matter what we've got something we can take back. We can collect then we can preserve them we can send them to a lab and they can look at them and see what they have. Karen said the dead frogs off to a pathologist to be tested and again the vast majority of them seem to have something weird in their skin and he said that I said I have heard this before but Karen Still L. had no idea what the weird skin thing was and she wasn't alone. Scientists from all over working in countries thousands of miles apart. Were also trying to figure it out they didn't realize yet. Just how connected it all was. And this is where the media comes in a New York Times reporter interviewed Karen and some other scientists about the disappearing Amphibian problem and the report published a picture of this weird thing in the skin and then a team here in. DC at the National Zoo saw the picture and they wrote us and they said we have the same thing and we know what it is it took a bunch of scientists from all over the world help from the media and several decades needs to figure it all out but they finally had it. The culprit is a fungus kindred fungus. We're not talking like mushrooms. We're talking infectious fungus. This that burrows into the skin of an amphibian and messes with their ability to breathe and stay hydrated and regulate their body temperature. The infection can be passed directly from frog frog or it can travel through water today. What we know is that there is at least one kind of kitchen fungus almost everywhere in the world? Wow we know that globally something like like forty percent of amphibians are in decline. Now not all of that is from the kid trud but I suspect that probably quite a bit of it is in fact from kindred. Because it's many of the extinctions have occurred in Amphibians are recent like in the past twenty or thirty years which is win this kindred we believe sort of emerged spread around the reason why it's spreading now isn't entirely clear. Karen says it's probably because of us. Humans worshiping things from one place to another faster than ever before which makes it easier for organisms like kitchen fungus to hitch a ride and infect vulnerable habitats hundreds or even thousands of miles away this year the journal Science published a report estimating that has resulted in the greatest recorded loss of biodiversity diversity. Ever caused by a disease. The sad truth is there's no feasible way for us to get kicked out of the environment and that's a tough pill to swallow So how do you wake up every morning and do work on this knowing that you are fighting a losing battle. Well yeah I mean after a while it's incredibly demoralizing moralising to know that you've spent twenty five some years on something and you have not actually saved a single frog on the other hand you know for me as a a biologist. I know that evolution works and having studied human attempts to intervene and save things. Were really good. Would it sort of really discreet. Problems like saving the the condor or things where there's a discrete problem. We can attack it these diseases that are invisible so and spread. Globally are very difficult. And so what what gives me peace is knowing that things evolve off whatever made it through epidemics. They are survivors and they have something that allowed them to to get through the worst of it and so- evolution happens and I suspect that the frogs will figure it out before people do

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Hunter Biden says he did "nothing improper" in work for Burisma

NPR News Now

00:55 sec | 2 years ago

Hunter Biden says he did "nothing improper" in work for Burisma

"In an interview with ABC News Joe Biden's son hunter insisted he did nothing wrong in his foreign business ventures this is the first interview the former vice president son has given since president trump's recent accusations against him begin NPR's AAs Mahala reports for weeks president trump has been hounding the biden with debunked accusations tied to Hunter Biden's work with Ukrainian gas company in an interview with ABC News the Younger Biden was asked if sitting on the board of a Foreign Company while his dad was the vice president was a good decision you know what did I make a mistake maybe in the grand scheme of things yeah but did I make a mistake based upon some on ethical lapse absolutely not hundred Biden says his work gave his Ed's opponents a hook to spread conspiracy theories but neither he nor his dad did anything wrong his comments follow news over the weekend that he would be stepping down from the

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News Brief: Presidential Debate, EPA Changes Clean Water Rules

Environment: NPR

11:06 min | 2 years ago

News Brief: Presidential Debate, EPA Changes Clean Water Rules

"Now we know what it looks and sounds like when all the Democratic presidential contenders share the same stage that's right the ten leading leading candidates met in Houston Texas Joe Biden who's been leading in the polls stood near the centre. Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders stood to either side. Now it'd be hard to say that anybody decisively one debate so many months before actual voting but this event did seem to highlight genuine differences among Democrats including those three the at center stage. What were the differences well? NPR POLITICAL REPORTER ASTHMA Hollywood is in Houston Good Morning Aspe- and our senior political editor and correspondent Dominica Montinaro was watching Ching to Dominica Good morning to you and let's start with you Dominica. What did you see is? Those candidates spoke well. I mean you know the big thing here is that this was the strongest debate eight at least to start for Joe. Biden was crisper than he's been. He seemed ready to go on the attack but he also got some help early on and that's a big part of why is able to do better from amy cloche are the senator from Minnesota. She really decided to Kinda hug the moderate lane and seemed to put a floor under Biden in didn't wind up turning turning into a pylon like it has an other debates pylon Joe Biden and instead there was this division in the Democratic Party was several candidates on either side and asthma something in close to I I think close to half an hour of disagreements on a single big issue healthcare that's right and we've seen other healthcare debates in the first chew debates but what I think is unique about this. One is at the focus of the healthcare conversation for much of this campaign cycle has been concentrated on the progressive left specifically around around Bernie Sanders Medicare for all plan last night. Biden was much more aggressive in defending his ideas around healthcare and I want you to take a listen to specific bite of what he had to say. I think I know that the senator says she's for Bernie Yeah. I'm for Barack. I think the obamacare worked. I think the way we added to it replace everything that's been cut at a public option guarantee that everyone will be able to have affordable assurance. I guess we should clarify. Senator says she's for Bernie. He's he's referring to Elizabeth. Elizabeth Warren yes exactly and you know the Biden. Campaign sees this argument as a clear strength for him in war and world and people sort of laugh at the idea that health insurance people like their health insurance company. They'll say people like their doctor. They like their nurse and Massachusetts. Senator doesn't really want to take the bait in specifically wind Biden is pushing around this idea of taxes and costs which is something we saw last night. They feel like that's an intellectually dishonest honest argument about whether or not taxes on the middle class will go up the thing that really you ought to look at total cost but I would say look a lot of voters aren't going to get that distinction between between costs and and taxes kind of lost in the details what they're essentially acknowledging your taxes would go up aren't they but they're saying your other cost your other healthcare costs would go down in many cases so we've got Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren favouring Medicare for all but as Dominica mentioned Joe Biden was not the only person saying wait but let's do something a little more a little more moderate here and Dominica just mentioned actually specifically Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar who defended many times this idea of healthcare Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders has made a point of saying he wrote the Damn Bill around Medicare for all so he knows that people are mischaracterizing it well. Here's what Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar had to say about that while Bernie wrote the bill I read the bill and on page eight age eight of the bill. It says that we will no longer have private insurance as we know it. I don't think that's a bold idea. I think it's it's a bad idea and this idea of eliminating choice is something we also heard from south. Bend Indiana me or Buddha judge who tied his idea his plan called a medicare for all who want it and basically he says that you should trust the American voters to do what they want to have the sense to choose what they opt for okay so quite substantive debate bait there. Maybe not a lot that was new but people could sit there and look at the differences between the candidates. Now we mentioned that there were ten Democrats on stage but sometimes it seemed seemed almost like there were eleven. Let's listen I WANNA give credit I to Barack Obama for really bringing us this far. We we all know huge debt to President Obama who fundamentally transformed healthcare in America and of course we owe a debt of gratitude to President Barack Obama Dominica at sounds like President Obama had a pretty good bay. It's quite a difference from what we've heard in past debates when they've been pretty critical of Obama's tenure as not progressive aggressive enough of those newly warm feelings tell me they recognize Biden still in the lead and just how important older black voters who've been really supporting Biden are to who wins this nomination. I mean President Obama is still very popular within the Democratic Party and a lot of voters who we've talked to on the campaign trail sorta chafed at this idea that there were sort of dismissing him especially with President trump in the White House. They're saying well. How far do they want to go? we kind of liked to what President Obama had to do. I guess we should be explicit about this of course Joe Biden. Having Been Barack Obama's vice president naturally associated with Obama's record Glenn he's wrapped himself in President Obama and everyone else has sort of seeded the lane which was kind of jaw dropping to be totally honest. There was also a difference last night on gun laws Beto total rourke Democrat of Texas noted early on that his city. I'll pass oh just suffered a mass shooting just weeks ago and he was pretty definite about assault style rifles hell yes. We're GONNA take your fifteen. Ak47 what does he want to do. And how does that. Compare to the other candidates on stage so he's proposing a mandatory gun buyback program Stephen you heard that line was so enthusiastically received in the debate hall all but that that just shows you. It's really popular maybe with the activist base of the Democratic Party. Most of the candidates do agree on some sort of version of voluntary gun buyback back program but our work is going further with this mandatory idea. I think what's really interesting. Is that when you look at the broader electorate mandatory Tori gun buybacks are really controversial recent. NPR PBS Newshour Mayor's poll found that forty six percent of Americans are against Congress passing such legislation Asian forty five percent are in favour and really the divide splits along partisan lines Dominica one of the question for you. We've talked about the five or six leading candidates. It's did anybody a little bit further down in the polls standout. All you know you look at over work. I mean he certainly was in full remote reboot mode of his candidacy and all these other candidates are starting to feel the heat and they were really trying some hail Marys yet Andrew Yang with this competition to give out a thousand dollars to to ten different people. Amy Klobuchar went for broke in the moderate Lane it who Leon Castro forcefully going after Joe Biden at several turns so you had a lot out of these candidates realizing that votes are going to be cast shortly and had to take some risks last night the Medico s Mahala. Thanks so much you're welcome. That's that's. NPR's here's dominicos Montinaro and NPR's Esfahan. The trump administration is changing what qualifies is as the waters of the United States the head of the Environmental Protection Agency signed off on the repeal of an Obama era era regulation for many years federal law has aimed to limit pollution in lakes and rivers the administration of President Obama extended that rule in ways that would regulate pollution on wetlands and smaller waterways they were to be regulated in part because they flow into the bigger waterways. EPA Administrator a straighter Andrew Wheeler argued that rolling back that rule would reassure farmers and home builders and landowners NPR's brought is covering this story for us and he's on the line naked morning hey steve what regulation exactly so what scrapping regulation that was finalized in the waning days of the Obama Administration called the waters of the the US rule or for short okay because you know as well as I do Steve Every federal policies only as strong as its acronym. That's not on August acronym. I got but anyway go basically with the waters United States did was tried to define which rivers streams wetlands and lakes should deserve protection under the Clean Water Act the clean water act itself largely limits pollution in big navigable waterways. That's the term in the actual statute but court decisions including a ruling from the Supreme Court left the door or open for protections to expand off of those bigger waterways so like you said not just the river but the stream that feeds into it or the wetland next to it and Obama wanted to basically officially officially extend federal water protections to that larger connected water system with this regulation. I guess we should just underline the basic problem. Here is gravity. You want to protect the rivers. The Big rivers offers you WANNA protect the big lakes but essentially all land I mean everything flows downhill into something and so how do you how far you extend that protection inland. Why did the trump trump administration consider Obama's approach to be a power grab? Well you know this change was not terribly popular with a number of groups farmers developers minors they saw all this is they did many Obama environmental regulations as a federal land grab in an overreach of what the Clean Water Act was actually intended to do and look the rules certainly expanded federal water protections to new waterways but was I think was as is the case with a lot of these policies one way or the other There's a lot of rhetoric where the on the ground impact is a a little harder to discern part of that be in this rule is because it was immediately challenged in court by some of the groups that we just mentioned and the trump administration was clear from let's start that this rule was one of its top environmental targets so in some ways it was kind of a dead rule walking. Oh so we never really found out how much landowners and other other people might have been affected had this rule been fully implemented. No it was only implemented in two thousand fifteen and and and was challenged by a number of states so do we have any sense now of how landowners and other people will be affected now that the rule is conclusively debt again say you know those groups are groups are thrilled ruled by this decision. EPA Chief Andrew Wheeler announced repeal to applause at the National Association of Manufacturers Headquarters yesterday but this rule like many many of the trump administration's regulatory rollbacks is going to be challenged in court so at the end of the day the impact is probably going to be discerned by court decision very very briefly as my drinking water is supposed to be affected by this again hard to say you know in the media the federal water protections are GonNa Revert back to where they were in nineteen

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"mahala" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"mahala" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Officials say it was a game between fourth graders from undefeated Marymount and undefeated west Clermont innocence natty from your youth basketball league, not affiliated with the schools Asia people. It's one of the parents charged told me a west Claremont parent was acting intimidating toward Mary Mont during the game. She says west Clermont one and words were exchanged between parents, including her eventually leading up to this moment when she says she was trying to leave and it turned into a brawl here, we go fast your safety belts kids. A the mom of a fourth grader is about the punch out another mom and setting a great example for these kids can how many people are involved. Ten ten people involved and the other parent charge tasha Roland did not return our calls. Police say there are conflicting stories about who. Threw the first punch officials with the Cincinnati premier youth basketball league say both players and parents have been expelled for the season. They say the rules of the league are constantly evolving to prevent these in counters. We're also told this is the first issue of violence ever within the league in Marymount. Wow. That's pretty good record Asia. People's the parent. I talked with tells me she thinks the case is going to be dismissed both women are expected in the Fairfax mayor's court on February fifth, Dan Griffin. Wwl WBZ news, FOX. Oh boy. All right. Well, happens all over the country, but the fourth graders. So the the kid gets expelled because mom's crazy and now the kid has defined a yet another school and another deal. You know, he's he's done. He's out here. He knew the rules. You knew the boundaries Mahala and the Super Bowl. Did we did we all do all done picks up? The only thing we've done is that. Yeah, Rams win. But we need scores Rams by fourteen to seventeen thinking leaning seventeen Rams by seventeen and over in the game Rams are gonna dominate this game from the from the opening kickoff all the way to the end. And it's just gonna be a beautiful Super Bowl. If you're a Rams fan. Total domination one hundred percent. Are we come back? We'll get some predictions here. From the crew we're live on KFI bender. Anaheim is cut.

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