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Villanova back to Sweet 16 after 71-61 win over Ohio State
"Villanova and Houston advanced to the Sweet Sixteen in game one fifty Houston clamped down defensively to top four seed Illinois sixty eight fifty three Taji Moore went for twenty one points and seven rebounds for the Cougars Jamal should dropped in eighteen in the wind for Illinois Kofi Cockburn had nineteen in defeat in game two two seed Villanova held on to get by seven seed Ohio state seventy one sixty one Collin Gillespie with twenty points for the Wildcats Jermaine Samuels added seventeen for Villanova Malachi Branham had twenty three for the Buckeyes I'm Josh Rowntree
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Jenna Ellis Shares One of Her Favorite Eric Stories
"Jenna Ellis welcome to the Eric metaxas show and thanks for being my guest today. So great to join you Alban. And you know it's so much fun about this is that Eric isn't here, so we can talk about him. And I think that, you know, that would be just an entirely fun hour to just talk about everything Eric. And I am actually in the Italian Riviera, but the Disney World version of that. And I have to tell you one of my favorite stories about Eric really quick because oh yeah, totally. Ish. Yeah, so we were at a conference in Orlando last year and maybe it was earlier this year. I don't even remember. You know, the time this year is flown by so fast. But we were at a conference speaking together in Orlando. We were meeting some of our good friends from Liberty University, shout out to Brian health and vine. Malachi and some of the guys. And so I'm going out to meet them. And of course we're going to Disney springs to get food because that's like one of the best places in Orlando. So Eric is texting me like, hey, what are you guys doing? We want to get food and I was like, yeah, come downstairs, maybe just in the lobby. He had no idea where we were going. So he comes down to the lobby thinking we're just all like hanging out at the hotel. And I'm like, get in the Uber and he's like, where are we going? So I'm trying to describe to him the amazing magical experience that is Disney springs in this Uber on the way. And he tells this story now where he's like, we went on this death march. It was like 5 miles into the wilderness of this mall. And he just goes on and he's a much better storyteller than me. But the bottom line is I took Eric metaxas to Disney springs. We had a very happy magical time. Did not get a picture with Mickey ears, but that's my goal for next time. And that was one of my favorite stories from America because he talks about hiking through Disney springs with me having no idea where he's going. We had a
"malachi" Discussed on The Be Atento Podcast
"A strong technical system ago at I love you. Brought up this of the concept of the languages. Forget change folks. We're gonna be starting to talk about their startups and other technology related things. I love that you know. We always talk about community on this podcast. And and i think that's a really important thing like just the language of the community and and it's going to evolve also and it's gonna be awesome volume to a copy shop or a restaurant one day about talking about their startup. And then that's when i bring out my business card and right. Let's let's talk. Yeah i think. I heard from tarkenton california. And that like they're like when when she was in the bay area during Parv startup like people get excited about it and then but like in some areas like in the midwest. If you would say that they're like oh. I'm sorry for jewelers your job. Is that what. You're doing that. And i think that that whole mindset to switching here to where people here like you're gonna start you're like wow that's awesome like like there's some local sports oregon star and being really successful doing so until he had a whole kind of add not only at the founder level in that tech ecosystem. But i think you're gonna see the cultural change within the city as well absolutely absolutely love that. What was that time or decision you had to make and you fill got kind of move you in that moment one way or the other a two stage ago to put in you know in. How does your faith play a role in your investment strategy. Why the question so answered the first part of it is that a right out of mba had opportunity to go in and work for an athletic director at university of central florida in ultimately just didn't really like the generally wanna leave this this kind of this high energy ecosystem right and in some of the the reu special things that we're doing not only on the on the The one hoped pulses. I wish that nonprofit part of on the ministry side but you said that that vibe here agencies in that community that was built up in filipino helped me to make the right decision. There in ultima stay here from found my wife Got married as as such a huge one to change your favorite tenfold for sure. But i think faith faith can Can impact things. But i think ultimately what helps me to do is to see the bigger picture and not just not just be thinking short term basel thinking long term and also trying to think the best people and i think a lot of times and venture world like you can get people under certain things whatever and beloved me to think about okay. What else are you going through it right and try to be more human kind kinda like a mentioned about the final level. Sometimes you'd be surprised like you actually asked people how they're doing or like actually digging and talk to them and be real. There's a lot going on. And i think that helps me be a better investor nelson be a better person in ultimately. Hopefully i can get more value to people by Acknowledging trying to be real with them and let them know that. I'm not the perfect person either at struggles and sharper sun on all things Hopefully that type of being genuine to them is helpful. If you go back in time and give you know first time founder. Malachi a piece of advice you know. What advice would you give yourself when you were you that that first time founder for starting your business tussle the more about that. Man is just a great question and How would exactly. But i do know that like somebody asked me like. Would you do anything different. Like like like do like everything different. I know so much more now. That did even though i thought i knew enough. Yeah i think i'll just reemphasize to myself. Make sure that you know you don't know everything and make sure that you know that you need to get people in your life quickly that can help you in in different areas and and then i would say you know to that thing that real peace over talking by the face side but the more real you can be like in the moth finnick further. You're gonna go in different areas because you know when if you're just faking it like you're only gonna go so far right like you can only bluff out a holding hands so far. I that a person's has can't bluff matter. You want to be real and got the nick and s something. I'll tell myself and also just like enjoy at did for the most part but also like i was so called students or or founders. That like mayor jim. What you love notes like are you. Are you really excited like what excites you right now. Double down on that. And i was talking about like said sex work life balance talking about just like life like you should be Live right we'll have eleanor. How long we. We have making sure that you're taking advantage of the moments you have and really trying to have fun with because it can be fun to have like all night coating sessions but it can also be a pain. Yeah you compare to bounce out and all that so. Those are great pieces of advice. Excellent piece of advice queued. Tell us how we get a hold of. You was the best way for folks to read. You may be instagram. Facebook email address. Yeah zip I used to tell people. I'm really a really try to keep you on linked in link. Dan i occasionally. I'll do twitter the whole man. He's also kill. You said i mean occasionally down there but yet linked in one hundred percent you know i think one if not the only mallika about their stolen them right so hit me on their Always give me like a good intro to who you are too like for me to accept in in connect engage in go to it. Dot org is is our our website. There's an inquiry form to if you're a company that's interested in funding or or any of the resources that i mentioned. You know we can connect that way. You mentioned my name to on that we can make sure we get flagged in act. Tulsa dot com is another one act than tulsa dot com and the in puerto there for our celery program. So boss ways to get plugged in then come downtown. Look me at a coffee shop or you know. Food truck wednesday. Whatever on the board. Yeah going around down at not yet nicest. Well this has been a pleasure on you gotta run and so we thank you for your time. This has been absolutely wonderful. And i would love to bring you back. Once you know everything gets gone and We get a little bit more. Traction here loves bring you back and you and dominate contaminating that all our team. The awesome gets exciting. That's that's one thing that that make sure. I want to emphasize that. I'm only because of the people that are around me. And i got some the powerful people around and so thrilled by all of their done From you know miss dominic on till the neighbor who just joined us much longer over and that full-sized office jordan mcnair. You'll probably be too a lot of people around what we do so wonderful. Yeah this has been great. Yes thank you mallika right. Thank you everyone for tuning. In to the tinto podcast. You can find this podcast anywhere. Podcasts can be found. Make sure to subscribe or follow and a review on apple podcasts. 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"malachi" Discussed on The Be Atento Podcast
"I learned almost everything on youtube right. I wasn't able to go over thursday screws north net. Kick somebody commiserate right now. So i think that is the thing that i'm most excited about for this generation of founders and the people that are innovating right now is that they have so many people to bounce ideas off of in. I'm excited from a from an investor. Sam point because that makes ideas. That much better and more or less in some absolutely questions that aaron. I was always really interested in hearing answers to is. What do you think about the sort of alignment across organizations in tulsa that are focused on really developing the tech ecosystem here attentive. It Thirty degrees north tulsa innovation labs ki ki touch on that at alignment across organizations. And sort of how. We're all sorta working together to really create a a really diverse in welcoming tech ecosystem here in tulsa de think. It's i think it's powerful. Think that is such a different aspect than than that's not normal and most most you don't step on my turf kind of thing in here. It's like we're all going at it together. And i think i think a lot of that is based on the individuals in the humility. They won't has an and kind of like this. We've all kind of bought into claverie racing fuels acceleration mantra in. I think my biggest thing for that is that is such a differentiating factor For founders partners are looking at this system to so while it. They've really got altogether. And they got some really cool piece together not just in tulsa oklahoma as a whole our work whether casey also even the rural communities like stillwater and ada so happened in telephone or even you know working with partners over in bentonville near kansas city in dallas. And it's just kind of expanding out right so i think there's a lot of a lot of high around it because we're always talking about it but i think there's no better time for founders to be here than right now because there's so much that they can access and they have a really strong community around them and it's not often that there's a community even with beds the a partners gasa of a two part question and the which is quasi related all right. What does that we look for in in their investment portfolio people. They're they're looking. And then what are some of the. Tell us about a deal that you work it. You had to call your buddies and say. Hey i just finishes deal and you're not gonna believe give us any details but a deal to kind of blow your hair back a little bit. Yeah well i say first off on the like what do we look at. What are we look for on messmer pieces at were generalists ultimately. We look at like in oklahoma. And we're looking for quality deals that have hydro scalable opportunities primarily if you look polio. There's a lot on the. It sas technology mainly even the mile science side life sciences side of strong portfolio. They're both We're looking for strong founder. Has a company that she egion can take in and turn into a great return harvest right and we have different skill sets that we we'd try to hone in on but one of the things in to this before too is that we don't dive into a specific. You know we're not we're not trying to finish on anything specifically Were were trying to connect with the rights to gic partners to to help. Our company grow And then the second part of your question. You're a deal that kinda just blue hair by dow Give her a shot out. So page johnson with a Tonight technologies Here in town. John off the page lou page is awesome she's a rockstar and She's leading a tonight. Technology which additive battery company so. They're created an additive. Not gonna bush. Signs of us could spin a year to snow. Warnings looked at it patriot. Go onto highlights. What they can do is they can make batteries like you know. Twelve ex. nortel necks new longer-lasting higher capacity more power. And can the the future with ten nine is that you're gonna be able to create a lot of iot even different devices that don't even exist today because of the energy profile that tonight in batteries are able to produce and flexibility and the power capacity in long lasting elements that they have and they're added a there's gonna be a whole new realm of just engineering electrical engineering and new products. That come out. Because that she's working with the the biggest battery companies in the world that you would know. But she's brilliant rockstar in. It's one of those. Those companies are like that. That's a company that's gonna change the world tulsa and it's also And so it's it's really cool to torture founders like that on time and pages and which are the best and look forward to seeing what. Thanks for listening to company again. Ten nine technologies to nine. It's it's a symbol fernando. I think all of us so tell us a little bit about how you sort of envisioning tells tech ecosystem involving over the next few years. What do you think is going to be like as Would say twenty twenty five yards. I think what. I'm what almost excited for is. Increase conversations with founders. Right now. i think the it's cool because the community here keeps growing exponentially like almost every day. Yeah you're bumping into and whatnot. I think that's what was the one thing that's if you study tech ecosystems. Were that like you get to a critical mass where it's normal to overhear people in the coffee shop talking about different their start up their startup or or the language that they're using or using azure. Aws or always different like some of the minor like nitty gritty and when that becomes commonplace. That's i think you're going to see that in a few years is especially here downtown. You're already seen them. Yeah that you're in a that's where even more ideas spring from because then you have individuals that may not have met may not ever saw each other out but they're just have natural collisions. Nra will to create something even more powerful as a result. So i think you're gonna see a lot more the same this a high energy and i think you're going to see more of it. There's really good no backbone to everything. There's their strong capital here. They're strong resource partners in corporate. Partners are are coming along to to go. See more of that which is within.
"malachi" Discussed on The Be Atento Podcast
"malachi" Discussed on The Be Atento Podcast
"A lot of my family was coaches and the football world like the business side so it is perfect mess. Right coach in business as i stepped in that world and had a opportunity to work underneath that director over the university of tulsa at once i graduated i spent a little bit of time as an assistant director of marketing there And great things to safer university tulsa but ultimately just wasn't a good fit for meal wanted to break things and innovate right and there's a lot of red tape academian. A friend of mine came to me with an idea that was Had some stood on he was working on. Stand up a prototype for the Takeout out you know. We worked nights and weekends added. Cto on board and we created a an mvp that that was pretty cool for this deal tourism platform and which took took leap of faith but my job a help raise funds for that and also for five years ago. Now and and Took that company to revenue several times and ultimately fell with that company. We didn't make it. Which i think is a good part of my story and then through that tweet offer me of dishes to come on as venture advisor and become and help with deal flow and all the things that we can get into later. Wanna do i to we. But i think throughout my my story of what will become. Is that my dad always credited. My daddy always taught me to pursue excellence. Not just success. So i don't just look to be success. I looked just be the best that can be at a different thing so slow my story. Wonderful man that's you know it's interesting when you with your dad taught you is so powerful. Is that a lot of times. We look at excellence imperfection as if they're the same thing whereas excellence is your best were perfection would be the best right as so like just teaching you to be the value of being your best. No matter what that pans out in other people's space is just so rewarding and it takes a level of focus and dedication and so as a huge principle that you were taught there. What led you to this time in space like how. How did that connect to you to where you are right now. Yeah good question. So i mentioned. I got offered a move on with about three years ago. Been with them for three years. When i took the job and not even tell my bosses that that i thought i was just going to do it for a little bit and tied. Starting next sato was kind of my mindset and then i learned the venture capital space and was able to use my experience on the nba and other areas To be able to help entrepreneur dot only because of business and work with businesses through one million cups in other areas. Where a bump in helping the community. And i realized that this was just a place where you could. You could really provide a lot of value to individuals and help them in areas that That may be. I didn't get help with an indifferent spots. Wanted to try to do that for others and also. I think it's just a lot of fun others lot of fast moving type of job. You're always meeting new people. We say every day is literally different. And that's fun for me some for some people that's not of. That's nerve wracking that but for me. That's a lot of fun. I get really empowered by getting a talk with amazing individuals all the time in here crazy ideas or really unique innovative companies or strategies and and so I've been motivated to stay here with. It and and be a part of what they're doing in. It has also empowered me to think outside the box of of what's next what has been capital of like not now but five years from now and so been working with them on those things and over the last several years i've been a part of leading some of the biggest investments made an we history and also Privacy they also help make some small investments into you know some very minimal but good investments. A little companies are hoping going and so Kind of range in the full spectrum but out say what's led me to this moment in time is that i really like the being here in the tulsa family hair church not areas in early like there's a ministry that i that i do a lot of work with this well that zero locally and this has been a good fit for me love the energy here in of the collaborative a'spirit also. Yeah absolutely what what so. Tell our listeners. A little bit about. It would guiding principles. Would or some of the the northstar friday to. Eli i in a little bit about the foundation where what started it in. What guides it to where it is. So ultimately i two e seeks to invest into entrepreneurs to help them be successful here in oklahoma and so investing can mean. Several data doesn't always mean capital invest in timer resources workshops zaree's ultimately we started twenty plus years ago and as an initiative from the state to to try to help companies. Get up and going right. There's really kind of unique for the time. And it started more on the advisory side giving people advice in the logo capital to meet the need in the in the community and in the oklahoma ecosystem about ten years ago switched from kind of started becoming more capital and instill keeping advisory stuff and now and now it's you know significantly more capital in the also keeping all of the advisory in resources that that we can't for broker home entrepreneurs so currently today we have over ninety million management in we have five different funds that we invest from and we have multiple different programs. That we do. We have our e three series which is a great book Bootcamp such workshop for entrepreneurs to help them to redefine or to reassess their customer market and and really understand the go to market strategy and some customers scullery. that's really helpful for every stage launch. Preneurs also have Loves cup which we run every year sponsored by love's travel stop and that's a program that we do for college students get them through their business plan and and we actually give them cash prizes for a really really great Companies out there in great to see you know our next generation too much We also acta talk by hand a little bit and we Recently launched which is as serb accelerator for underestimated founders here in tulsa were given them a seventy cave non-dilutive capital to advance their their company malone. We have a venture advisor services come alongside of companies as well and help them with commercialization in assistant for investment so Lot with a lot. Yes we can. We can dig in what you want. Yeah you pretty pretty broad reach here and so what keeps you engaged in this work like. We like rattling them off. What keeps you engaged in this work. And how do you see as position in this. Tulsa ecosystem is it kind of the other is the conduct of a steering wheel. With where where do you kinda see to his position in the ecosystem automobile. What keeps me going is everyday like mention. Is people right. it's given value. It's it's being empowered. By into those. I talked to in being able to help. Different different companies in kind of michigan. Them where they're at trying to find the right solution. Really enjoy that. And then where do we see. You know i we and the tolls ecosystem is a word. We always preach that Cleberation fuels acceleration In in what. I mean by that is we always want to be working with our partners. because oklahoma's as a whole we have a lot to be a we. We have a big task ahead of us to compete with some of the other ecosystems out there. And i think it's very doable. We're doing a great job here in the midwest and really high energy and everything there but at the same time. We want to make sure that we're working with our partners. And so we make every effort to do so a we actually in all are investing that we do. We require a fifty percent co investment. So what we will only lead half of the round. Which makes us be intentional. On bringing other investors onto the table whether that's high net worth individuals or other venture companies like attend or other offices or or partner energy and even outside of oklahoma bringing them into the deal which forces us to be more collaborative for sis to be. We don't like to get his ceelo. We'd like to help bring people together. That makes sense. Yeah makes perfect sense. So let's get into this Act tulsa and and the this. I don't know if you'd call a merger or.
"malachi" Discussed on The Be Atento Podcast
"Welcome to another edition of the. Be a tinto podcast. My name is aaron wiggham program director at tinto capital. And we have a wonderful guest today that we are so excited to actually spend some time with. We heard all about his wonderful work in a. We spent some time getting to know each other. And i think they you are in for a treat today as we bring to you. None other than the lincoln ship malachi welcome to the show. Thanks really excited to be here longtime listener first-time guests no real excited to.
Pointless Miracles with Michael Zwaagstra
"Today we have returning guests michael's wag stra author of the naked man flees. Welcome back to the show. Michael well thank you very much. It's a pleasure to be back with you. And i'm looking forward to part two of our discussion. Not many make it to the part to man. I thank you for coming back. I appreciate it. Oh you're welcome that's I think it's good to have the types of discussions and to W- there's far too many people whatever side of the issue you're on it's so easy to stay within her own little bubbles and where it's safe and we just affirmed by people all the time we all spend more time talking to people who have different opinions and challenge ourselves absolutely totally agree. And that's why we're here today so last time we left off. Oh actually this time. We're gonna talk about a little bit more about your book. Chapter twenty four twenty five and forty. But before we get there. We left off with gideon. And i kind of wanted to touch base with that story for a minute. That's okay not a problem. So gideon tested yala with the fleece on the ground to see if it was to be wet and whatnot. Malachi tested y'all way as well romans twelve to y'all we want you to test him but that kind of contradicts matthew. Four seven deuteronomy six sixteen. Which tells you do not test do not put the lord god to the test. I see this as a contradiction. How do you see this. Well i i would see it differently. And i think it's important for us to talk about getting. We need to put his story in context and historic can be found in judges chapter six in. It actually goes on for several chapters The israelites in this case are oppressed by million. And god has directly called gideon to lead the israelites out of oppression to lead to leave to victory. god has guaranteed victory to get in. He does so explicitly early on in chapter six
"malachi" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast
"Obviously long-term. You could convince me that he is dead. The guy with the most upside on their roster. I still think I would say their best Prospect in terms of what the NBA is looking for is Davion Mitchell though yet to a guy Defender way. I can kind of plug it right away. We talked about his transfer to it. Just a quick thing on the age thing too. I thought it was interesting this weekend that it was outraged another night. They did senior night at home state and they honored Cade Cunningham, which I thought was was great because we all know he's not going back to school, right and also Mitch Lightfoot who's going back to school again and I started great tweet from heat check back to Lightfoot is older than the following players Brandon Ingram bam. Adebayo OG anunoby Lonzo ball, Jayson Tatum markelle fultz and de'aaron.
"malachi" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast
"In like that middle of the second round area as opposed to someone that is like coming way off the radar and I have a couple of names that could come like way off the radar. So yep. Next guy want to bring up there and Henry Aaron Henry has been just monstrously good up until that Maryland game in recent weeks. So prior to the Long Island game over the weekend over his previous eight games, Aaron Henry had averaged 19 points five rebounds four assists with only two turnovers over steel almost a block and a half per game while shooting 45% for three but more than that. He was playing like super attack oriented basketball and was really driving Michigan State's offense during this stretch where I mean at one point, they won five of seven games while playing in the Big Ten including wins over Indiana, Illinois and Ohio State three of the team's home, you know with Indiana. They were competing against Indiana to be on the bubble and Illinois and Ohio State we think are going to be top two seeds. So really really impressive stretch from birth. In Henry because of that attack mode that he's been in if he can lead Michigan State here from the depths of almost being off of the Bubble at one point right like oh, yeah, when they lost the Iowa at the beginning of February, I mean, this is a team whose best win. I mean, what was it Duke at that point? Yeah, probably I mean their loss in a row and he I don't know if it was a time that he did it but when coaches was trying to shake step up like he was benched like he came off the bench to kind of have a wake-up call and and he said In Articles am kind of had their back and forth last year. That was I don't know how to put this but it was discussed heavily on on Sports Media Sports Radio and and he said he liked being coach hard. He's taken to it. He's not great defensively against just moved from Illinois. And and if you piece together three wins, obviously, he's argued a catalyst for it and the Maryland game was surprising because it was like, okay you're you're dead. Doing all this good momentum as a team as a prospect any kind of lay an egg a little bit. It always comes back to the jump shot for me. I mean to to be shooting twenty-seven twenty-eight percent at six-foot-six like that that's got to go up in order for him to to jump and and I think I had him late first the first mock draft we did or like 30th. I've seen him as low as like the month the second round where he Nets out could be dependent on kind of how Michigan State ends this year tail. Yeah, totally agree. I think he's an awesome Defender, by the way. I just want to be clear about that. I think he is fucking phenomenal Defender and it's weird to me that in that vein multiple times over the course of his career like is though is like hard on him and it's always struck me as like a very loving relationship which is why I like the stuff last year. I was kind of I don't want to say turned off by but I I was just like home Let's maybe learn a little bit more about the relationship there. Like what is his trying to get out of him? Like hey, maybe maybe don't do it as oh did it right in the middle of a game?.
"malachi" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast
"Okay, we're back Matt and I have wanted to talk about this for I feel I feel like we've mentioned it in passing but we finally came up with a good name for it took the Malachi effect. And we know that Malachi Richardson did not necessarily work out. Well in the NBA, but we don't necessarily mean this is a negative when we brought this up, right? We just purely mean this as guys that we think could come relatively off of the radar and become real NBA players that work their way into first-round picks over the course of this next month. Where are we at on this whole process and how the NCAA tournament often creates jobs in effect that results in evaluators overvaluing 1 month of basketball. It's hard because you never want to tune in a one-game and and people tell me sometimes when I home On a gamer to like this guy was for for his last eight from 3. It's like you can't do that. Well, everybody else does like there there's enough traffic picks where guys are taking a little bit too early because they build on a great NCAA tournament and we've already kind of eliminated a big chunk of guys who could benefit from this even if they're like projected first-round picks. We're not getting Jaylen Johnson. We're not going to get PJ Boston turns off Arizona State guys. Like there's a lot of guys that are already off the list from the jump. I don't know this here and there's always somebody I don't know if it's like somebody completely off the radar but maybe a month or so somebody who's in like the forties or fifties who can work their way into maybe the back end of the first round. Okay. So let's let's dive in with some names because I think that there are some interesting ones that really could use the month of March to crash the party of being a first-round pick, right? Who is the first name you want to give cuz I thought your first name was a choice. Interesting one. I don't even know. Why don't you say who my first name was? Cuz I have like three of them on talking about. Okay. So your first name was traymon the tray Matthews first all list in shame. And by the way is a guy that I've had as a former pick previously but has not been quite as good through the middle course of this season and is worth noting because I think.
"malachi" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast
"They put around him too and him being a smart enough to take was being at Old adjust and then apply it to the next game. Yeah. Well Jalen green is like still a hundred and eighty pounds, right? He's nineteen years old. He just turned nineteen. I believe while the bubbles happening here like right before the bubble happened, right? Cuz his birthday is sometime in February and it's hard to be a hundred and eighty pounds and play in a league the level of dog. G League, it's hard to be that size and finish. Honestly, like as relatively effectively is he has right? He's not like some crazy finisher. He's not in a wage level score at The Rim but he's a good score at The Rim and he gets a lot of baskets out in transition. He's knocked down shots at a high level. He's hitting 38% from 3. A lot of those end up being pull-ups. A lot of those are created three point shots. I've been impressed like the guy that I've compared Jalen green to throughout. This process is Zach LaVine. I think honestly, he probably has a little bit more upside than Zach LaVine wage just impresses. Yeah given the exact is now in all star and his morphed into what he has. I think that they're like slightly different like I think that Jalen is in probably always has been a sneak along better passer than what Zach has been throughout the course of his career, but I think that's the kind of player that you're expecting to get here. You can get a number one option on offense who I think is dead. Jalen green is going to average, you know, well over 20 points per game in the NBA pretty easily. Yeah, and the Lovin thing is heavy Praises as we found out last week with that video that he's an All-Star and he's averaging twenty nine points per game. I don't think necessarily as high on Jalen as you are. I still really like them and I've kind of struggled more with the kaminga shooting translation when Jaylen it's off. Okay, like now he's he's really creating within the flow of the offense. He's understanding the more nuanced things of coming off a ball-screen maybe Inside Out trouble one step back and pulling up am not okay. I'm going to take a dribble here. Pull it back out reset go one-on-one and see what happens. It's more of a an NBA Style attack. Yeah, there's there's patience there. There's wage is now like early on there were a few moments where he would just take shots like out of the rhythm of offense, right? And that happened and that's okay now off. She seems to have a better understanding of what a good shot is..
NBA Mock Draft 3.0
"And we are back talking two thousand twenty mock draft three point o our last mock draft of the year. It's draft day draft morning. What better to unwrap and a mock draft on draft morning. it's the second round. Now now's the time to confess. I'm really terrible at projecting second rounds like you know my hit rate and some drafts has been like one two three picks in the second round. It's it's so hard to keep track of the first round the wheels to sort of come off and these picks happened like every two minutes. I it's hard to really keep track. I did my best. I project where. I think particular players can go. You definitely don't really get deep into this when you're talking the nba scouts in executives about what they're going to do in the second round. They're still trying to figure out the first round as well. So i've tried to find some fits there so this is reported more chad ford speculation. Here about what's happening. The second round starts with the dallas mavericks this pick via the warriors taking malachi. Flynn the san diego state. Junior point guard One of the guys that frankly could go ten spots higher in the draft. I actually really love malachi flynn. There's kind of a lot of point guards kind of later in the first round which may push him out a little bit. But i actually think he's the guy who could step in play right away. I would actually love him in dallas. I think that'd be great. Pick for dallas at thirty one at thirty two. The charlotte hornets are on the board. They're getting this pick via the cavs. Paul read the sophomore forward center out of depaul. Have them going thirty two. This is john. Hollinger's been super high on all year. I think he's another guy who can guard positions on the floor. I really like him. Actually think he brings some stuff offensively as well. I personally like him. Better than precious. I'm right now. Could turn out to be a terrible take. But it's kind of what i think and i definitely think he could be an excellent fit. I'm in charlotte. Especially if they end up with lamelo ball and they're gonna need to add a defensive big man. As part of that package at thirty-three the minnesota timberwolves around the board. This'll be the third pick because they have to. First round picks. Tillman the junior power forward at michigan state. Everybody loves this kid. He's he's one of these guys like high floor. Low ceiling. just does his work every day. Great rebound or plays hard. I'm ken defend going. Bring be a great locker room guy is gonna find some rotation that somewhere I like him in minnesota on a team. That is trying to go forward. I think he actually adds a bit of a veteran presence to the locker room. At thirty four the philadelphia seventy sixers are on the clock. That get this. Pick via the hawks. Isaiah joe the arkansas shooting guard who is one of the best shooters in this draft. Crazy range. High volume of three point shots philadelphia. Always in need shooters. When you're going to be playing. Ben simmons on this team he certainly constructs the floor. And i'd like isaiah joe there them at thirty five the sacramento kings Via the pistons. Dan dotson to kansas sophomore guard. Who is one of the quickest players in the draft. He's an elite score excels off the getting to the basket not a great shooter a bit undersized for his position not really a point guard that's why he slides a few spots higher but could be instant offense off the bench for sacrimento at thirty five at thirty six the philadelphia seventy sixers back on the clock this time via that pick from the mix jordan aura the louisville junior who also is one of the better shooters in this draft. He has good size vers position. Good length i'm not sure exactly what else he brings to the table besides shooting but again i'm just loading philly up i with shooters at the moment at thirty seven. The washington wizards are on the board. They get this pick via the chicago. Bulls tyler bay the junior ford out of colorado who is one of the best athletes in the strath super explosive. Really hard worker on the defensive end still just kinda coming along on the offensive. And then i think that's been a concern. He's he's one of those guys that might be a little bit of a twitter. Not sure exactly what position he plays in the pros that causes him to slide. A few picks in this draft think this is still really value. and by the way when. We're talking about a lot of these guys dotson. Tillman for example malachi flan. These guys could all end up in the first round as well. Just have them the second thirty eight new york knicks via the hornets janis ramsey. The texas tech freshman guard again volume score can shoot it a little bit We're just loading the knicks up now with backward guys that can score the basketball. I'm not sure who's going to defend in new york. But he's an intriguing prospect. He's only nineteen years old. And i certainly there's upside there with the thirtieth pick in the draft at thirty nine the new orleans. Pelicans selecting this pick for the wizards. Daniela touro the minnesota sophomore center. Who had a really really strong summer season one of the more improved players in the country very skilled at big man. I'm great size. Adding just bore skill in size to this pelicans roster i'm at the moment If you remember earlier jalen smith. I'm selected at thirteen at forty. The grizzlies are on the board. This pick via the silence. This is the first pick that the grizzlies have been able to make in the twenty twenty. Nba draft a doco as a bouquet. The kansas center. Big guy seven. Seven wingspan seven footer. Really good athlete actually just dominant player in the pain. Terrible free throw. Shooter doesn't really do anything facing the basket. But when you have that size and length and athleticism. I think you get something done in. The and kind of reminds me deondraye jordan. A little bit and a little bit surprised. He doesn't go higher. I get there seems to be a penalty on the big minner plane or pain. Right now in the draft at forty one san antonio spurs back on the on the board yama dr the israeli guard nineteen year old for hop. Well tel-aviv and you know. He's such an intriguing prospect because he plays his butt off. His incredible energy is just making a difference when he's out there but he's not really a point guard. He's kind of more of a two guard in a point guards body. He's not like a great shooter. I'm athletically he's actually not bad at all but that lack of a jump shot kinda undersized i position that makes him more of a second round prospect at he absolutely wants to leave israel and come to the nba. And if it's the g. league next year and so he could be an interesting prospect for san antonio developed down the road
Puppy with green fur born in Italy
"Kind of odd find on a family farm and Italian farmer welcomed a litter of five dogs and one of the pups stood out. Among the rest. One of them was born with green for Kristen Pelosi's dogs. Balata gave birth to four other dogs with white for the same color is hers. Splotchy a is mixed breed. But that does not explain why one of the pumps came out with green fur. But Reuters reports the dog would not always be green, saying the color will continually fade as the puppy grows and gets older. Still, Malachi, who runs a farm on the island of Sardinia probably chose a fitting name for the dog. Pistachio Matt Piper
"malachi" Discussed on The American Electorate
"If you and I have the courage to tell our elected officials that we went on national policy based on what we know in our hearts is morally right, but beyond that I believe that the issues confronting US Cross party lines. Walk Walken to the American electorate high has I am your host Gregory Anderson? This is part two of my interview with Malcolm. Mansfield. A lot of interesting topics to be discussed in the second half of the podcast. If, you didn't catch the extra episode that we put out today. I did announce that high will come to an end. The final episode will be on Friday. I am doing horrible rebranding. things haven't gone I watch you. So there will be plenty of changes to make and If you want full explanation. Check out that other podcast. Well. I'm here is hearts. You of my interview with Malachi Mandeville? Actually so. Perfect I guess. Segue because I was actually thinking about this So, what do you think? Because I talked about it on my podcast quite often, too. I try to make sure all sides of a story I heard and I was little frustrated about the people who were angry about their businesses, being destroyed and then not being see loved ones because of the lockdown and I wasn't angry about. Them wanting to go out and protest? They should have done it. I think more safely, probably warm masks. But didn't but because to me. I don't know if you've been following this just recently. Just the fact that. We've had nationwide protests actual ybrid, dis- talking about the United States a lot of protests Hundreds of thousands of people. Close together. non-social distancing potentially causing a second spike which we don't know that yet, so we'll. We'll see in the months and weeks ahead. as far as the the blowback that. The people who were protesting lockdown versus the people who were protesting the The WHO were processing Joan. Because my my personal opinion. was that they both shows have that right if they feel that, it's necessary to go out there and process something that they feel is unjust. Yes, so it's about consent for May. Interact a lot of things about consent but You consent to go into the crowd unprotected you consenting to be exposed? The hard part is that those people don't just stop there right? They continue into other parts of life. So yeah, most people need to go to the grocery store. and. It's kind of not a thing that you can super consent to. Because it's such a, it's such. A fact of your life is that you must go to the grocery store. So when you consent to go into their, you do your best of to be safe, but that doesn't mean that everyone else is doing the same thing. So Do I. Do I think that they should able to. Protest without a massive. I mean yeah. But. You have to know that you are taking on the responsibility of. Of People's health so they? PUT IT in a different context, right? At some point. Early on in this covid. issue. A businessman went to China. And he picked it up an American businessman. And then he traveled back to the US, and at some point in that process he had. He had an interaction with an American bartender. Let's say that the airport right. American bartender got incredibly sick and probably lost their job. Why isn't that American? Bartender allowed to sue every businessman from China. They walked through because they lost their livelihood. Like where where was the consent to to contract covert when you were doing your regular job? So. We've had one stimulus so far. And It's. It was a drop in the bucket from list people right it was. Obvious. Yeah yeah a lot of people. Didn't I did and I was? Happy and Lucky to get it apparently but. it. Stop people from being evicted for one month like that's how twelve hundred dollars out here. That's that's a not great part of town. That's a two bedroom apartment. So Where's the next one you know our? Our economy's been shut down. Is it three months now. They're sort of blending together. Yeah I mean the C. The concept time just warped. Many times I forgot what it was yeah. Yeah, so we had our economy shut down for three months now so. We consented to one of them because we got a stimulus check, but now when people are about to be put out on the street, you try to stop them from engaging in business you're. Not You. Whoever's in charge is actively going against the American welfare. Right these are people's livelihoods I. Know I saw a whole family. there's a spot where in Reno. Where cars park when they don't really have anywhere to put them because it's not police very often and stuff and I take my dog on a walk around their I, saw an entire family eating a pizza just in their car and it was absolutely loaded with clothing. That family was evicted. And, it was super sad and I almost cried a little bit. But it's like. You have a father and a wife and two kids. He should have the ability to put other people's lives on the line for him to make money if they're not going if no one's going to do anything about it. No one's going to help him. You have to do what can and that's. That's the point. We're at right now and I don't think people really appreciate it..
"malachi" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Barren it's a privilege all up I actually have a question for you George and started down he's not a doctor though he's not a doctor just a pharmacist but the promise is spent all four months up and saying we should doubt set up mobile laboratories with electron microscopes we can actually get a visual on the virus sentimental songs and maybe spend a month at post office or a school so that people can actually get a visual on the virus in the other thing is interferon nobody's talking about it George I know you're familiar with that a question for you charge should be cut did she know Dr Mary I've been meaning to ask you the call log I do not know that mark if she knew ingo Swann very well but I don't know if she knew the person you just mentioned you're you're familiar with Dr Mary monkeys yes the story yeah right she would center biological files so I believe and would it be alright to plug a block for Tom if it's okay it was a father Malachi Martin and wind swept how yes recall that Porky my father father mark used to be on all the time on the program with our two years ago what what a shame what a shame what a man I would say a very enlightening up the bat wings swept house will open a lot of heights and Dr Ben pharmacists pharmacist I'm at this time sorry the pharmacist band are you familiar with interferon interferon is a class of proteins a calm signaling molecules they turn on the immune system and and they got some really interesting facts and I actually there are being looked at isn't used to fight hepatitis C. all of ours they help your body fight fire they don't doing themselves a signal this whole idea signaling is really fascinating there's there's molecules in the body that signal they call it basically they communicate to the south to get going the the interferon communicates to special immune cell called a macro files that has tremendous tremendous anti microbial properties macro means Big Five means eating and if you ever played pacman you can see exactly how a macro files work interferon activates the apartment can you imagine the store to talk with the missiles earlier the new system also have eaters like pac man like the Chief Justice did you did you know toward that amount why did god create a virus well by you know ten percent of your genetics are virus viral viruses are everywhere George does do you still plan is what's their purpose the bankruptcy of all things they move things a big work genetically their pieces of information yeah but have you ever heard of.
Top Flyer: Dayton's Obi Toppin leads AP All-American team
"After averaging twenty points and seven rebounds per game this season Dayton sophomore obi Toppin was selected a unanimous college basketball AP all Americans topping who helped the flyers to its highest ranking in program history this season is the first Asian player to receive first team honors I was Luka Garza Marquette's Markus Howard Oregon's Payton Pritchard in Seton hall's Myles Powell rounded out the first team all American list the second team consisted of divine Dawson and you do okay as a bouquet of Kansas Duke Vernon Carey San Diego state's Malachi Flynn and Michigan state's Cassius Winston I'm Josh Rowntree
Utah St tops No. 5 San Diego State for Mountain West title
"Malachi Flynn's half court heave at the buzzer rimmed out stealing Utah state fifty nine fifty six mountain west conference tournament final win over fifth ranked San Diego state Utah state trailed by as many as sixteen but took the lead for good when Sam Meryl drained a three pointer with two point six seconds left to play Meryl connected on six three pointers and led all scorers with twenty seven points Flynn sixteen points led San Diego state but the Aztecs shot just thirty four percent and drop to thirty in two on the season Adam Spillane Las Vegas
No. 5 San Diego State advances to MWC title game
"Fifth ranked San Diego state is headed to the mountain west conference tournament championship game after overcoming a sixteen point deficit to beat Boise state eighty one sixty eight after getting hit with a sixteen run midway through the first half the Aztecs went into the locker room on a nineteen three burst C. indigo state head coach Brian Dutcher says his team never wavered with great resolve they didn't panic they just fought their way back into it tied at halftime and then it was a very competitive second half Malachi Flynn led city a state with twenty two points while Katie Fagan made five three pointers and scored twenty one Alex Hobbs scored twenty one points off the bench for Boise state but the Broncos shot just twenty three percent after halftime Adam splaine Las Vegas
Mike Conley scores 25 points, Jazz beat Celtics 99-94
"Fifth Mike Conley ranked San helped Diego guide state the jazz is headed past to the the mountain short handed west Celtics conference tournament ninety nine championship to ninety four game giving after Utah overcoming its fourth a sixteen straight point win deficit Conley to beat scored Boise twenty state five eighty for one his sixty third highest eight point total after during getting hit his with debut a sixteen season run with the jazz midway through the first Jordan half Clarkson added the Aztecs seventeen went into as the locker Utah leapfrog room on a nineteen Houston into three the four burst spot in the west C. indigo state the jazz head coach trail Brian twenty Dutcher six says seventeen his team early never but ended wavered the first with great half resolve on a forty they six twenty two search and led didn't by as panic many as they sixteen just fought their in way the second back into it Marcus tied smart's at halftime twenty nine and led then all scorers it was in a very the Celtics competitive third second loss half in four Malachi games Flynn led Boston's city a Jaylen state brown with twenty and two Gordon points Hayward while wrist Katie sidelined Fagan with injuries made five three pointers Geffen cooled and scored off twenty Boston one Alex Hobbs scored twenty one points off the bench for Boise state but the Broncos shot just twenty three percent after halftime Adam splaine Las Vegas
Is Duke Done? A Season of NCAA Basketball Surprises
"Myron. I think the last time we spoke. I was at Cameron Indoor Stadium asking You what you thought about Zion Williamson. That was the last time and now Zion's gone and things haven't been as good for college basketball since he left. Myron Medcalf is a senior college basketball reporter for ESPN. Men's college basketball has been having a pretty weird season. Can you explain to us sort of the state of things and why some of the usually omnipresent contenders your dukes your? Unc's Kentucky aren't even in the top five while it's a meeting in a year like this anybody who tells you that they know exactly what's going to happen in March. They're lying because there was no one no expert. That understands kind of what's happened so far. It's just been a wild year but I think you can look at some of the things that transpired Really at the start of the season. I think the James Wiseman suspension by the answer. Aa For twelve games after being ruled ineligible. You have a Memphis team that I think had a chance to be much better if he sticks around. Lamelo ball who if he follows the traditional track and goes to a UCLA USC that changes the spotlight on those programs as well But instead you have a lot of the blue blood teams that don't have the lottery level talent that they had a year ago. Duke is still a top ten level team but they don't have anyone close To a Zaylon you'd have a team like Gonzaga that had to lottery picks last year. They got some good players. Nothing like that so the the powerhouse teams are just really good team which has closed the gap so now a San Diego State with the Malachi Flint and against double team Malachi for three huge three by malachite lend. That's a really good team. Competing for number one see the Dayton with an ob top suddenly was one of the best teams in America. And I think it's because you just don't have the same concentration of talent we're accustomed to seeing with your Kentucky's in Dukes. Then you'RE K. Use Marin what is it like covering a season like this where there are really clear favorites and no one seems to have any idea. What's going on this year? You just don't really know who to chase like. You don't know who to say okay. That's the team to watch. Because they're really good. It just feels like a pretty fragile college basketball scene which is great for the tournament for everything. We didn't have in college basketball this year in terms of no established kind of powerhouse team. I think we're going to see the benefits of it. Come into double A. Tournament. Time when we could have one of the craziest craziest. March madness is we've ever had so. Let's talk about Duke. Quit even when dukes not great? We're still going to talk about Dick. Because it's really interesting. Myron how much struggled on Saturday they lost to Virginia Virginia wins. That look the three point line. Just couldn't connect before that game. They were ranked seventh. But I imagine they could go down even further now right. Yeah I mean this is a team that I think will will fall in the rankings. Duke has run into some teams who put on their Superman capes in the last couple of games. And that's change things you have. Nc State which made sixty one percent of its threes and that loss A week ago wake forest mixed fifty four percent of its threes. These things those teams had done before they phase Duke and Virginia really as just a team on the rise So I think duke got caught in kind of a weird gauntlet there but trae Jones has been sort of their closer whereas a year ago you could go to RJ bear. You could go to Cam Reddish you could go on. And now they're a bit more one dimensional They're much closer to what you see. Maybe in a typical season where they're right there with Louisville and Florida state and Virginia and the other teams at the top of the ACC. But they don't have a guy who's GonNa carry them to the top of the League and just help them separate. That's just not enough talent in college basketball for really any team to do that. But especially in the league like the Agency. So you're in Kansas right now in Kansas. The number one team. You were there to watch them. Play Kansas State and it was a right because these two teams Fighting literally fighting back in January Shit and now the benches inc just unnecessary. That's not good. This is Paul. This is bad this is but on Saturday night myron. They shook hands before the tip off in. Kansas came away with the victory. What did you make of the number team in their performance? Well I I'm just glad nobody fought again because that that would have been bad Glad to have that moment before the game I will say. I've never been to a regular basketball game outside of the NCAA tournament that had as much security as that game. Had I mean they were everywhere about? I'm glad there was an incident. I I think Kansas is sort of the perfect team in a year like this. Do they have a lottery pick? No but they've got this really balanced group of guys who are pretty good offensively. They've been pretty efficient team and they got two guys who win they're together. They're hard to stop. It's Dotson In Gaza Buki who when they're on the floor together. Kansas made about sixty percent of his shots inside the art. Their opponents have made about forty one percent of their shots inside the three point line. That's the story right there when those two guys are together. Kansas is certainly the best team in America. But you also look at them and go. Are they one bad night from Abu? Koa from struggling. He was hurt part of the game on Saturday against the bad Kansas state team boss feeds it in bounced past as a group. Six to shoot you back down spits travels this is the shot ultimately but he rolled his ankle. Oh this is good has approved. He is clutching his right foot so Kansas is good. But like a lot of teams there. One bad moment badge stretch away from being right there with everybody else. Well now. It seems like Kansas is going to run away with the big twelve after Baylor who was ranked number two going into the weekend got upset by. Tcu How bad was this for Baylor? It's always interesting right. Like Baylor won every game but one for like two months straight and now all of a sudden last week I think a lot of people are panicking and that happens to a team. Like Baylor which doesn't have the brand recognition of Duke or Kentucky or a Kansas. So in hard times. I think we may be overemphasized Some of their struggles. I think you obviously don't want to continue losing and losing to a team like Tcu is not good For them but this is a team that again played a tissue team that did things that they haven't done in the past made forty five percent of the threes on Saturday against Baylor. They made thirty three percent of their shots from three point. Line before that so that can be more of an anomaly. I think Baylor overall though is one of the best defensive teams in America made the best defensive team not named Kansas. So that's GONNA keep them in every game that they play well one team. That's right up there with Kansas and Baylor is Gonzaga perennial contenders They did lose to. Byu about a week ago but they're still considered favorites to win the WCTC. How good is this Gonzaga team? I think they're really really good me now like I think they're amazing. I just think this is a year where because everyone has been sort of even you get one loss and all of a sudden. Gonzaga gets the whole. You haven't played anybody. And why are you losing you know in the West Coast Conference and I think that's unfair? Byu was a really good team like Byu's go into selection Sunday with maybe a five or six seed. Maybe even better so. There's nothing wrong with losing a road game in that environment to a good team. They have the number one offense in America a flea Petra. Sav is one of the best young players Indian tire country. We would know what mark few the head coach can do. And they've got two losses all year. I think that is one of the best teams in America and I think will prove it wants double a. Tournament starts so most of the rankings have some combination of Kansas Baylor in Gonzaga in the top. Three we'll see how this weekend changes that but after that myron gets pretty interesting. I'm you've got Dayton San Diego state. Did you see that coming up before the season began out like I wish I could lie and say I did? I wish I could be that dude. It was like yeah. I called San Diego State back in October in Dayton. But I didn't I mean like ob top and a Dayton is suddenly this lottery pig. And I don't think anybody saw that Common Dayton on Friday against Davidson Mia. Think about this number. They may ninety six percent of their shots inside the three point. Line Ninety six percent like I don't care if you're playing a high school junior Varsity Team. That's really difficult to do in Dayton. Did that and not only did they do it. They've been doing it Throughout the season just really inefficient offensive team in San Diego State. A team that lost its first game about a week and a half ago. The they've been role as well in their line of people who will say San Diego State doesn't play the competition that the other top teams have faced in college basketball. That's not true. They beat the. Byu Team that just beacons Aga- they beat Creighton. Which I think is the surprise of college basketball naked win at all by thirty one points and they beat Iowa another solid team another Aa tournament team by ten points so the best teams that were thrown at San Diego State. They won those games now. They did lose the UNLV Week ago but beyond that there have been a really really good team and I think in a year like this again. You're not going to run into a team with two lottery. Picks it feels like they can make Iran as well both San Diego state ending
Flynn, No. 5 San Diego State rally to beat Rams 66-60
"Malachi Flynn scored fifteen of his seventeen points in the second half as number five San Diego state rallied from a seven point deficit to beat Colorado state sixty six sixty the Aztecs were able to bounce back from their only loss of the season going on a thirteen run over a five minute span in the second half to seize control of the game Matt Mitchell added fifteen points and Jordan shackle added eleven for the Aztecs who started out flat for a second consecutive game Niko Kovac show scored seventeen points and Isaiah Stevens added twelve in the loss for the rams Philip gone San Diego
UNLV hands No. 4 San Diego State its first loss, 66-63
"A poor first half was too much to overcome as number four San Diego state suffered its first loss of the season falling to U. N. L. V. sixty six sixty three yes just came out flat from the start shooting just thirty three percent and two of twelve on three point attempts as the rebels opened up a twelve point lead at the half as tech's head coach Brian Dutcher expresses his disappointment in not getting the perfect season well we tasted defeat for the first time it doesn't taste very good were vastly disappointed we wanted a perfect season but it didn't happen and that's college basketball you if he was led by Alisa Mitri longs nineteen points Amari hardy seventeen points and Bryce Hamilton's double double of eleven points and ten rebounds Malachi Flynn led all scorers with twenty four points for the Aztecs Tino losing costs Philip gone San Diego
Florida mom gives birth to 2 sets of twins in 1 year
"And mom in Florida's given birth to two sets of twins in the same year mark in not Malachi were born in March Caleb and Kaelin arrived late December
Florida mom gives birth to 2 sets of twins in 1 year
"Iran and mom in Florida is given birth to two sets of twins in the same year mark in Malachi were born in March while Caleb and Kaelin arrived in late
"malachi" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"That Malachi who's eight almost nine years old now was suffering with not just one or two warts but I mean a significant outbreak of warts all over his body so significant it impacted his ability to to really function and so at what point did you see that there is actually improvement is really going to work well what we really started to notice at around twelve weeks you can see these things actually getting smaller and smaller and then going down to the with a just little red marks the whole things gone and that's just plain Regulus descended into a pair of shoes yes how wonderful it's great to see him so happy and the prince of saying that is blown away by this is awesome yeah this is awesome Richard Ostrow here call one eight six six eight three six eight seven three five five or visit C. A. R. and B. O. R. A. dot com call now coast to coast continues on five seventy K. L. I. house hi and welcome back to goes to calls back with Douglas Rushkoff it done Douglas I gotta ask you about your Alistair and it all for the next hour other fascinating a cult book but you're talking about being on the phone and they somehow tracking follow you and did you want to get into that again sure I mean it's funny we you know but you might be having a phone conversation with a nephew or someone and you mentioned you know I'm gonna have to buy a you know new baby seat or something for you and then you know you go on the internet and all of a sudden there's like an ad for a baby seat there and naturally we assume all my gosh there listening in on the call the sort of the ed Snowden saying where you know the NSA listening in on every call and while they are doing that that's not how they get the baby seat on there it's almost scary to realize the way they figured out about the baby seat has nothing to do with hearing your conversation and everything to do with watching all of your behaviors online and not even the content of your email the specific sites that you're going to but they're analyzing every saying that's how rapidly you click on your mouse what year hover over with your with your pointer how many times you've checked your Snapchat that day or if you've gone on Twitter between ten and ten fifteen or ten fifteen and ten thirty the lump you into these big statistical bucket and there's enough people enough data using all this that they can figure out that oh my gosh people who have this combination of nine keystrokes alright seventy percent likely to want to be getting a baby holder for their car and they'll throw the ad at you so be the weirdest thing is that this is the way the algorithms C. S. mazing technology though she's yeah it is amazing I mean it's just predictive just predictive algorithms but then when you think about it I mean for me these are kind of the dark arts that I'm really concerned about this is why I wrote team human is kind of to arm people against this and to fortify to fortify the resistance that for me these algorithms are almost like demons I mean think about it you you build a piece of code he teaches how to look for vulnerabilities in a human being and then how to leverage those owner abilities to get us to act often against our own best interest well you're gonna get a you're gonna get a kick out of this Douglas of a couple years ago I got an email from one of our listeners who said the George I've been looking at the website of your guest for tonight and he's got some very inappropriate stuff on his website which if I were you I'd cancel the gas then so I emailed him back and I said what do you mean by inappropriate and he said the other stuff there and he explained it to me and it's so bad I do what I want to mention that on the year but you can get a picture of that so I go to the guys website the gassed and everything's fine and I'm looking at it I've been I'm I go back again an hour later everything's fine all all this stuff is fine his ads are fine I it dawned on me that this guy the listener was looking at inappropriate material and it followed him to this guys website great what people don't realize is that you know your Google search results are different than my Google exactly ads that you get to the different ones and I get your Facebook feed is different than my Facebook feed and that's why we're so screwed up as a society right now I mean it used to be bad enough back in the days when we would argue about things but at least we were seeing the same thing and then arguing about it now we're arguing but about things but we're seeing different things are being presented different pictures of the world and the dark part I mean that the part that bothers me is that this is not random this is by design this is a divide and conquer approach to humanity there preventing us from finding common ground because the more isolated we are the more alienated we are from one another the better customers we are did the whole design of the interactive space of additional spaces to keep us back in our reptile brain to keep us responding automatically and and and if they do that by showing us the the equivalent of car crashes you know whether you're on the pro trump side of the anti trump side you're gonna see images that get you really upset yes because when you're upset you can be more easily manipulated more easily sent to one place to another so there's a whole division at Stanford University called cap tala G. that technology developers goes through and kept how would you just like it sounds is the study of how to capture people online how do we get to them and manipulate their behavior they poured the algorithms from Las Vegas slot machines into our Facebook news feeds Snapchat and that's because they're using what's called behavioral finance in order to modify human behavior to get us clicking on by buttons and just clicking you know just engaged on line in that string angel panicked state when we come out into the world we hear about you know well it was trying to tell me to Iran or rented from the US and everything is panic everything is catastrophe instantly and you can't coach any problem you can't do anything you can't you can't even engage with your family and your friends if you believe you are in the midst of a catastrophe earlier today it was doing earlier today Douglas a brigadier general have a letter that he compiled that said that we were going to leave Iraq our troops were going to leave and it hit all the websites I mean I'm getting these notifications like crazy and I'm going all right this is interesting like ten minutes later there's a retraction from our government no this is not true were not leaving the you know this was an honest mistake it's not happening what are the dangers of things were getting out there so fast one cooperated on checked in in the end they start panic or whatever well the danger I mean gosh now I'm really gonna sound all know wasn't alive for it but the danger is is Orson wells war of the worlds yeah yeah the original fake news only that was being done as a joke hi Mr disclaimer at the top of the show yeah and but we don't even know they put a disclaimer as we all know you know people are compiling into their cars and trying to get away from the US because they were afraid of that of the alien invasion and we're in an equivalent state now we are one way or another almost every piece of media that we're looking at is telling us you are in danger you know the world is ending these people are not your friends and that's what I'm trying to fight again that's where I keep I came up with this kind of this team human meme you know partly it's to say I team human against the robot you know that I don't think we're going to get replaced I don't want to upload my consciousness to a check I think you know that even if this singularity is coming I don't think human beings have to pass the evolutionary torch to a robot successors and intercept are inevitable extinction I think we deserve a place in the digital future but I'm also arguing that being human is a team sport you know we've got this really cockamamie understanding of evolution as competition for survival between everybody evolutions no more the story of competition that it is a collaboration of the way the tree you share resources through their root systems they're not crowding each other out for some like they're sharing their energy with one another through a a living system of roots and mushrooms that takes a service fee for the transfer and human beings are like that too we're at our best when we're when we're connected for real to one another which was the original intent of the internet I was there I remember these were all loving open minded kind of hippie psychedelic people thinking that the internet could connect humanity could be the the brain for that you know for the spirit of guy on the planet earth we're out but we're using it for the opposite now we're using it to divide and conquer and to you to really to to amplify some of the oldest and most extractive anti human agendas that that the original the original dominator agenda of of barrow you know is really coming through these technologies today I am opposed to driverless vehicles especially driverless trucks because I don't want to share truck drivers put out of work he has this technology going going so far it's going too far yeah well I mean it it the idea of an automatic truck is not bad in itself it's more a matter of we're using it to to amplify the worst the fact of an extractive economy no we're we're we're taking drivers and they're not only driving the vehicle right and they should be paid for that they're driving the vehicle across the country but they're also training their robot replacement in real time as they drive you know free over driver out there is not just getting slave wages for driving us around when they could when they could be or should be driving a cab like a human being but their training their replacements if they if they owned the company if it was some kind of a cooperative in at least they're gonna have shares in the robot you know sure let's say you don't know they don't they're being exploited as our our our all I mean truckers understand it better better than anybody construction workers to if they look at their construction material the the the machines are using now you know that the caterpillar and John Deere and everything else there's a line on these things and that's not just to help the construction person build a better place to teach the machine how to do it without the human being you know and that would be fine if you're gonna pay the person they look you've trained all our trucks you and your family now get royalties on these trucks forever that's great you know and then you can do something else you know learn learn other things if you want but but that's not what they're saying they're just want to replace and discard their discarding the human contribution that every single digital business plan has to do with how do we have less people how do we get rid of the people save money doing it right what's the upside to this kind of technology is there any well there's a lot of upside if we can if we can embed them with human values I mean I've got no problem with it is you know robots killing the soil and the farmer getting to spend a lot of time watching his robots and drinking iced tea as they do the work you know there there is a future a balanced future where we use technology to do things that are you know the difficult art or or painful for human beings to do you know like right now you know it it to build a cell phone they still have to send a kid in Africa into a cave at gun point to get the reverse metals no that's that's blood on our hands when he's there these are not it just like blood diamonds these rare earth metals are are are dangerous to get me so sure we could be using text to do that but it's really a matter of looking at what technology to people need rather than what technology can we build to exploit people more to replace their humanity to keep them from talking to each other to take more of their stuff you know we're looking at a very old with the native Americans called a disease you know when that when that colonizers came to North America they thought they had such faith in humans they couldn't believe that we would just tear down forests and slave people and kill like that so they said we had a disease of the called it went to co they thought it was a spiritual disease that led us to want to just dominate others into things and extract their value and I think we're still suffering from that disease that we don't realize that it's so much easier it to include your neighbors in the profit that you're making rather than to try to exclude them that that your success is not dependent on someone else's down here that you do better when everyone does better we need to teach even Walmart we have to teach them not you know that actually if your customers and and for user wealthier you're going to do better as a business not worse the wealthier your customers are.
"malachi" Discussed on Free audio sermons: Get free audio sermons and free audio Bible studies!
"A military very family for about two years we've moved to Texas had some good friends that were also members of the Church and one day this fellow pops over and he says I've been studying the Bible and I've got this question question for Romans Chapter One. Well not been Christians all that long. Perhaps a little over a year and I said well we'll figure it out so back in the dorm with him and I said well. Let's open open up the Bible here. It is the just shall live by faith. I'm not quite sure what that means. I spent almost thirty ears trying to come to a good understanding of that expression but I think I finally got it slow to learn sometimes but I think I finally understand how back said many years ago the just shall live by faith well that means just what it says the justice of the people in right relationship with God but just the people who are going to go to heaven if you are the just you live day by day by faith. Everything you do is my faith are GonNa go K. for me tomorrow. While I don't know I really worried I got doc and I've got all these other. Things and there's that's GonNa come in and I worried about my job. I don't know if I can pay the rent all those things no Christian. The just shall live by think think. How's it going to work out. I don't know but God I have faith in you day. In Day out regardless of circumstance the just shall live by. Thank you know that God exists by how do I know that I was worried but we've got evidence but my faith. How do I know Mitt Repentant. Hinson repentance is going to please God Faith Confession of Christ. I've never seen Jesus have you. How do we know that is what we've got the evidence within evidence we. Fa never seen any sense floating around about this when someone who's been baptized. How do I know that contact the blood of Christ while the Bible tells me that the mob was credible and the just live live by faith one of the richest statements in the Old Testament this repeated at least thrice in the New Testament and absolutely essential to understand and apply at least to some degree. If WE WANNA go to Heaven after we have the spell we have a guy by the name of Zephyr Zephenia follows tobacco. This Old Testament Prophet was a man who talked about the coming judgement on Jerusalem. He's an interesting man because you look at the book. There's some indications that he was socially important. He was a man who had a lot of social standing. God's prophets covered Hubbard a wide span of people have the sheepherder Amos have some people who are the Kings Courts Isaiah and now as you look at Zephenia a man who apparently apparently socially prominent after him. We have had gone a heck. I as someone who is mentioned elsewhere in scripture find the mentioned in Ezra. It has your L. Hey guys remembered because of his encouragement among the exiles to build the temple in Jerusalem some of them maybe we'll associate associate. Kennedy things specific with them but they were great servants of God and they provide for us a good example today that we can be great servants of God by simply being faithful he shows the consequences quences once again of being obedient to God and especially of giving God the priority in life. We think about Matthew six thirty three Saiki. I the Kingdom of God. You can go ahead. Hey die and see that same kind of thing in that book Zachariah just like Hey guy. Zachariah is also mentioned in Book of Ezra. Zachariah is another Old Testament Prophet. That is a little more difficult to understand than some others. There's a little more complicated but he also has it's important to study because he has some mm-hmm important information about the New Testament era. He was also someone who encourage God's people to work on the temple every time she might think well. I can't do very much being an encouraging rejoice. Goth people part of the prophets were was to encourage people. That's one of the greatest and perhaps one of the simplest works that we can do when it comes to people the and encourage arranger of others. That's part of what God's prophets did last list is Malachi the Old Testament Book that Precedes Matthew and and as you look at Malachi he is a man who speaking Israel about the returning folks from exile. He has some attention given or focused on the morality of the Old Testament priesthood. He made it clear in this very brief book that God would judges people as well as blessing restored it is that same message you can go this way and thus my God you can go this way and they judged her cursed by God. It's also in that last Chapter Malachi information about Elijah or the spirit of Elijah that that of course was fulfilled by John. The Baptist after Malachi is done. I alluded to this briefly this morning. There is roughly a four hundred year period of silence silence think about what has done up until this time genesis. God is working through Noah working through Abraham Isaac Jacob Joshua Moses just the kings all this information from God and finally get down to Malachi about four hundred years before Christ and all the sudden. It just seems like having go silent mm-hmm nothing after four hundred years the people. Jews were surely thinking well. We're Scott fifty years seventy five years a hundred years the message from about two hundred years three hundred years four hundred years and then all of a sudden. You know what happens. There's this guy out there in the desert one day his name's John John and John says prepared either way of the Lord. The Kingdom of God is about to comb. Oh I wonder who he is. He kind of sounds like some of those Old Testament prophets at we we know about the kingdom that's the Old Testament folks genesis us to Malachi it paid the way for Christ and then for four Hundred Years God just shut things down and when the time was right what is Paul says in the book of revelations he sent forth his son and John. The Baptist was the forerunner it seems so simple and we want to say some more things about the customer Lord Willing on Sunday Mornings and then we'll turn our attention or willing to the New Testament but that Old Testament was given put into place so the Jesus might come and might die for our sins my since you're since the World Simpson's how sad for God who had done all that work and for people to take advantage of Jesus's sacrifice tonight have we taken advantage of what Christ on the Cross for us by faith we believe by faith. We repented by faith. We've confessed by faith. We've been back ties and then as backup said so long ago we seek to be just or righteous pleasing leasing God by living through faith by faith day by is important tonight right if we can help you become a Christian and the steps we outlined or we can help you as a Christian be stronger and better when it comes to living by faith. We let us know let us know now as we stand in saying selected song..
"malachi" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Thank you father Malachi Martin the young lady who called or not so young have we lost contact with well not in the sense that she's still listening I think we she gave us her story she asked to receive that pain and she has had it now all her life how is that possible to transfer in that way pain and what can she do well first come to make a promise of his that is very dangerous thing to do and it eight the man she spoke to if not he who transferred the pain this god but you cannot god why would god do why would god do that because this is an abuse you don't the you don't turn he was wrong that man and just saying it didn't save her mother anyway clearly clearly but I I don't understand why you say it is an abuse in other words this is something she did out of love I know but it's it's because misdirected love wait to buy this particular healer and if you're not supposed to do that because the book to accept from god and he with you can by other means but not bye bye a that's sort of substitution offering up of yours yeah it's not it's not only been condemned by Christianity from the brace stops because the age three question and then they have the same family role in early Christianity the Roman and Greek computers used to practice this sort of healing and substitute feeling as we call it the book and it's always been condemned by Christianity is wrong just wrong because you you you don't choose these things it's one thing to sacrifice your life for somebody else to save their life when the drowning along with a bit by a Mad Dog Coll whatever of killed by somebody cool you if you let her be killed in a place that's when I'm the one in the matter of disease and see you there your fiddling with god's Providence in a way which is not a holy not good okay handed all the condemned up shooting all right how what what what does she do now but she does they should get the holy priest a holy man to play over and give her healing process there's no question of any demonic influence here it's simply a mistake she made and she was published for she can marry an awful lot but a a good priest should teach her how to merits grace from god as this matter is the father I don't understand that I know said she made a mistake and she was punished for it she took on the pain of a mother or wish to our out of nothing but pure love I know I know she was punished for it why would why would a fairer I know I see the difficulty is that we find out that that's what happened it's old yeah as something that shouldn't be done okay and I hi I am I am very Christian instinct a Christian singles against this and what I what I know it's always been condemned it's not the way to go why well the bigger problem is why god allows other things but the baby is from our coke addicted and have a thing except that pan yes well you know it's one of the mysteries of evil I don't know I'd have no answer that question I wish I had but I haven't all right what about this one father Martin I'm a Catholic respect you greatly but you said something that was a bit disquieting in an earlier caller identified him herself as not only someone who practices Wicca she said that she had left the Catholic Church you said that was okay what she was doing was okay as long as she honored Christ correct me if I'm wrong or or or please clarify what you meant how can it be okay that she left the true church for a pale imitation well I don't think she left to judge that's the point from what she was saying it seems to me that she was just such a the organization as such if she honors Christ and all of his mother and praise and good putting Marley she is no more left the church and I have which is talking about is the organization which she found apartment for some reason rather and of course it's not if she had said to me no I present Wicca and my worship the devil by worship idols I wish this world and no I don't have any believe for all right touch man to the lord Jesus photo as you call them all of the virgin Mary at the age of I'll be different story but he Tom say of left the church were you on of these people and we live a moral life a yes some reason for saying that I know so many people out who tell me I have to use the Catholic churches organization its clergy is bishop this garbage and then I have very good people something bad hit them they will now treated unjustly treated but scandalized and a tester within the church of Christ he still loves them this is they belong to instill they don't have to be in the organization to be with him not after you they should be if through some accessing plus all the accident at the exit from the fall no connection with the organization they still belong to crisis on my first time caller line you're on the air with the father Malachi Martin hi fart this Keith for mentally ill homeless yes Sir are you going to speak up good a lot of kids get into that phone and yell at us I'm sorry nonostante Jane just portables it's all right go right ahead and that's not trying to get through to follow my account many times I have many questions I am an atheist I am not a non believer yes I am not a bad person I teach my son right from wrong but then how many questions number.
"malachi" Discussed on KTRH
"Thank you father Malachi Martin the young lady who called or not so young have we lost contact with well not in the sense that she's still listening I think she gave us her story she asked to receive that pain and she has had it now all her life how is that possible to transfer in that way pain and what can she do well come in to make up on this is this is a very dangerous thing to do and eight eight eight the man she spoke to if not he who transferred the pain this god but you cannot god why would god do why would god do that because this is an abuse you don't care you don't seven he was wrong Batman and testing it didn't save her mother anyway clearly clearly but I I don't understand why you say it is an abuse in other words this is something she did out of love I know but it was misdirected love directed by this particular healer and if you're not supposed to do that you're supposed to accept from god and he with your time by other means but not bye bye a that's sort of substitution offering up of yours yeah it's not it's not only been condemned by Christianity from the brace stops because the age three question and then they have the same family role in early Christianity the Roman and Greek computers used to practice this sort of healing and substitute we call the book and it's always been condemned by Christianity is wrong just wrong because you you you don't choose these things it's one thing to sacrifice your life for somebody else to save their life the drowning or would there be bitten by a Mad Dog Coll whatever killed by somebody cool New Zealand.
"malachi" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"Smile from cheese? And baby. Will be loving you. Seventy. Baby. Still. Twenty. I'll in Bob how people. Maybe just talk show. Fall in love with you. And I'll just tell you. So baby. Two. Yes. Man. Stalls Dolon place. No. We. Right. When my. Malachi good. Was that the time limit? Yeah. It was to my kids prince moved.
"malachi" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Other father Malachi Martin exactly you you've been talking to send for quite some time the format. Yeah. That might be one way of looking at it. I suppose. Yeah. I suppose I I suppose I can think of it that way that that I've been doing this for some years now. And I mean, a lot of the people the listeners of your show there rare. They they probably have fifty percent of what is known to realize this fifty plus percent one hundred. All right. A lot of people much for them to understand the reality. A lot of people are going to want to start following the trail. They will be obviously curious enough or worried enough are concerned enough that they're going to want to start trying to find out for themselves. Whether this can be true now, we've got a lot of links up on my website tonight, and everybody's going to have to make their own judgment. But there is a lot of information about what marks saying, and you need to do some reading before you cast this away as just a bologna. So that would be a good place to begin. And ultimately if somebody's really interested you would suggest. As they get involved in in get involved in this group. Right. That's correct. Also, there's another website there that lists about forty or fifty books is simply confirmation material for for my techs that is featured on top and one of those books happens to be co authored by a man by the name of art Dell the coming global superstorm. I would I wouldn't suggest to go there to get it though. Hold.
‘Crazy Rich Asians’ to Top Labor Day Box Office With $30 Million
"It looks to be a rather slow holiday. Weekend at the box office except for one crazy movie crazy the labor of love crazy rich. Asian should top the box office again this Labor Day weekend. Seems nothing can stop the romantic comedy. Which is looking at a third straight weekend number one and perhaps another thirty million dollars for the new releases. The Nazi-hunting drama operation finale looks to be the best of the bunch. Perhaps nine million for the four day weekend the horror films, searching may grab six million It expands nationwide and the scifi flick kin starring Zoe Kravitz James Franco will likely.