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"manna" Discussed on Donuts and Devos
"The gospel the bible and in his church we eat of jesus when we hear and receive his word and believe in him. We need food to live on this earth right. Jesus gives us the food to live forever in heaven with him. You got it. Let's pray dear heavenly father dear heavenly father as you fed your people as you said your people brad from heaven from heaven so may we always eat. We always eat the true bread of life that you had of life from heaven. Heaven in jesus name we pray is name. We pray amen. So the israelites. Heads e bread for forty years. They sure did but the alternative would have been to store branded as but what was that brad called again. Manna which is our faith word of the day. But it isn't well. Ironically that's exactly what man means. what is it. The people didn't know when it came down from heaven. What this type of foods like substance was in the following verses of this chapter. It tells us that. May i was like coriander seat. It was white and tasted like wafers with honey. That's pretty specific like we talked about in our devotion. This food came from heaven. God provided for his people every day just a he provides for us yes absolutely and to remind the people that it's god who gives them the spread for their life. The lord told moses to take some of it put it in a jar and place it before the lord as a testimony that this is. God's brad from heaven that they are eating and although that bread and the jar got old day after day month after month year after year. I'm pretty confident that brad never grew worms never rotted never decayed because it was god's bread for the people cool schools is getting really hard. Take so much time. My little brothers can be so annoyed. They always get into my stuff. I can't we go anywhere fun to way way. What's all this i hear. Are you kids complaining. A good about stuff in your life well. School is hard sibling. Very fun This must have been how the israelites sounded to god with all their whining and grumbling live. Why visit always going to be easy. It has its trials and hardships but with exodus. Sixteen verse nine. We can remember that there is always someone to go to who will listen to us. Come near before the lord for he has heard your grumbling. This is exodus. sixteen. I nine and our memory verse that we're going to learn with miss baker this week. Repeat after me come. He has crumbly. Yard has heard your. You're together has come here. He has six teen exit scene. We can always bring our worries and concerns before the lord knowing that he will listen and hear us and provide for us. Exactly what we need or he has heard your con. Maybe more he as your calm Maybe he has heard. Accident is sixteen last week. We introduced a new segment to our devotions in. Hopefully all our listeners out there enjoyed it we will be finishing every devotion with the common duck psychology. Praise god from whom all blessings flow written by thomas. Ken in sixteen seventy four. Thank you so much for joining us this week as we spent some time in god's word and hopefully grew closer to him. That's it for today. I'll see you again next week. As we continue to follow the israelites in the wilderness. I did have a few listeners. Ask this week about donations and yes.
"manna" Discussed on Donuts and Devos
"Manna in the morning. Their tents were full of worms rose. Why didn't they listen to the lord. That's always the question because then on the sixth day some of them didn't gather enough for the seventh days meal. Maybe they thought the man who would go rotten overnight probably bought the god tell them gather enough for the sixth and seventh day which means god will make sure mana stays fresh for the next day so on the seventh day. Those that didn't gather enough on the six day when out looking for manitou eat. Did they find any no and they were hungry. What a tough way to learn the lesson of listening and trusting the word of the lord and for the next forty years. This is the food that the israelites will be eating until the day they die or until the daily enter into the promise. Land whichever comes first. Of course they just didn't know yet and boy will they complain again. About it morally. Yes they will. But god will make sure to give the people what they need so that they will never hunger nor will they thirst. God always works for the good of his people he desires all who hear his word will believe what he says. Follow his commands and trust in him to provide all that. We need to support this body and life. I remember in the new testament. Jesus says something about the bread of life right you be to the cross reference with friends. Jesus will have a conversation with the religious leaders about this very event this mana this bread from heaven. Jesus will call himself the true bread that comes down from heaven and anyone who eats of this brad. Jesus says will not die but live forever in jesus. is the true read from heaven. How do we eat him. Jesus came to give himself as a sacrifice for the sins of the world on the cross. He gives us freedom from slavery to sin and promises that death will pass over us because of his blood he gives us to eat of himself in the word..
"manna" Discussed on Fusion Patrol
"When ross stupidly goes into the vat room picks up the only oxygen cylinder doesn't look at how much oxygen is cut in it before she puts it on walks into the room sees that the cameras have been cut door closes behind her looks at the oxygen cylinder and sees that. There's pretty not much oxygen in their. What should she have done what. What is the first thing she should have done. She should've taken a look at the cables to the to the cd. See my thought is. She should have pulled her cell phone out which we know she carries and call for help instead of banging on the doors and the and passing out. I think i think i got an answer for you. You got a cell phone. She didn't didn't do it. And yeah i ninety five now everyone by but guys do do but the audience and they make a big deal of the fact that they do. My guess is that the writer did not. Well yes. I not show the audience who had because. I think that is a difference if you did that now. With any character you'd have to have a reason why they weren't carrying yourself on right multiple my left it on the table or something and they'd show it phone out and she said it down on the counter. Sally was like no no no take the phone. Take the phone but yet do you have anything else. I don't i mean i. I did enjoy the chases they were. They were badly done that. The guy is escaping from the building. Was i thought glass doors. That's kind of funny that you can see them writing up and down up. Yeah yeah it was. It was fun in that context as long as you could. Just shut your brain off about where we were going with the rest of it simon. Thank you for joining me. It's a pleasure as wise and listening. I do hope you'll join us all again next time on fusion.
Canadian Rights Groups Say Emergency Measures No Longer Necessary For Asylum-Seekers
"Much. Thank you. During the Trump administration. More than 50,000 people crossed from the U. S into Canada to request asylum at the start of the pandemic. The two countries limited travel across the border in both directions to slow new covert cases, and Canada began turning those asylum seekers back to the U. S. Now. Canadian Human rights groups say these emergency measures introduced nearly a year ago are no longer justifiable. Emma Jacobs reports last October upon her and we Mana walked across the border from Northern New York. And turned himself in willingly to Canadian police. What he didn't know was that Canada had changed its rules because of the pandemic, and he wouldn't be allowed to stay and apply for asylum. Canadian authorities told him. They had to turn him over. I told them no, don't send me to United State. America wants to send me back to Burundi. I would die and when I was crying, police took me by force and they handcuffed me Dream. Manna says he fled Bernie after exposing government misconduct and came to the United States with the hope of reaching Canada Since he was turned around, he's been held in a U. S Immigration and Customs Enforcement Detention Center outside Buffalo. He says he even spent weeks in an isolation unit. You can not nobody When you cannot call where you cannot even take shower. He's met others and detention who've ended up there the same way When was deported in December, the U. S has been detaining and deporting some of these asylum seekers, despite assertions by Canadian politicians last spring. It was very unlikely the U. S would do so then Minister of Foreign Affairs Kristina Friedland said Canada didn't want to see anyone accorded to dangerous situations. It continues to be important for Canada to have assurances that that would not happen. Refugee rights groups say they were assured in private by Canadian officials that these guarantees had been made.
A big year for Bad Bunny
"Welcome back here with me from her home in washington. Dc is npr. Music and latino contributor. Stephanie fernandez hi stephanie. Hey steven great to have you so as we mentioned in. The bad bunny has released three albums in two thousand twenty the first y h l q. Md l. g. That's yoga lo que. Mais della ghana. Or i do whatever i want came out in february not long after bad bunny performed with jennifer lopez shaquille and j galvin at the super bowl halftime show. You'll find your haga made lagana at number seven on. Npr music's list of the fifty best of twenty twenty then in may bad bunny put out an odds and ends compilation called los que. No iban asa lear or the ones that were not going to come out. And now he's released ultimo tour del mundo which translates as the last tour of the world. The new album was written and recorded in quarantine and bad bunny had said it would be his last album not surprisingly he has already walked. That back a stephanie. Near the beginning of this year you interview. Bad bunny for a pitchfork profile called day in the life of bad bunny introverted superstar. Let's start with your thoughts on the new record which feels more restrained and reflective than the album. He put out earlier this year. Absolutely well let me start by saying that. It's been a crazy year for bad bunny. Output has been insane and prolific. and he's proven more than once that he can put out a great record. I really liked this album But i'll confess that i i i. I felt some fatigue at the fact that this is the third bad album coming out. And i'm a big fan of bad bunnies. I've been following him for a long time now. But i also believe that there's time for an artist to slow down into you don't need to put out so much music that being said. I really liked this album. It's really grown on me. Since i first heard it definitely appeals to the mo and may clearly bad bunny has also been listening to a lot of new metal and pop punk in quarantine. Well let's talk about the differences between this record and the one that he put out at the beginning of this year. That was kind of a more hard charging album in this one. As you said is is a little bit more mo absolutely. I think you know there has been this temptation to compare the two albums because they've been his two biggest releases. This year i think at the end of the day. they're such different projects. He was really trying such different things with them. That album iago looking at it. I was really focused on going back to the heart of puerto rican thrown from the early two thousands in the late nineties. The kind of music that bad listen to growing up the latin pop landscape now sounds a lot different than the music. Bad bunny loved growing up. And you know john that has historically not been widely accepted in latin pop and latin mainstream until the last decade. And one thing that he acknowledged to me when i interviewed him as well as you know something that was really the main focus of this record. Was you know undeniably making this sound of the music that influenced him growing up the artists that really deserve the shine when it comes to the strides made in this genre and this album is more about honoring a different kind of music that he loved growing up which is rock and rock and program spaniel and pop punk and i think what you really can see across. His body of work is just the deep respect that he has different kinds of music that he loves as well as this nostalgia. I think both records really have a lot to do with nostalgia in this way. That's really interesting to me especially in a year. That's been so difficult for so many people. Some many of us are finding comfort in music. That's not new music. That reminds us of more comfortable more simple times as it were. Even though these two albums are really different they both have really special offerings. Well one thing. I wanted to talk about it about this new record wanting that immediately jumped out to me as somebody who did a certain amount of coming of age in the nineties there a couple of songs on his record like to deseo loma harder. And you'll vito c. That are very tinged with all rock. Sounds like really kind of nineties. Rock sounds taught me talk. Yeah you know. This album has a lot of guitars. Sad guitars brad guitar. He's kind of teasing out this kind of pop punk and nu metal side that he has actually alluded to in previous work on his debut album sandra he had a song called dynamo moscow allowed which was really a pop punk song and people were so surprised to hear that from bad bunny and on your looking like he had llamas mignano which is like one of my favorite songs this year and a that just absolutely bursts into this new metal rage moment that is just so so registered so good and i think you know i i. I didn't think anything could match with those two songs. Made me feel. But i couldn't stop listening to to the settled on my heart. I really think it's like that. Riff is just so heart. Sick and tortured and cathartic. It's a little bit of that success. Mada below gun mental burden sep putra dot com the company. I think you can kind of get a sense of the exact angst. That's at work here but can you walk us through what that's about. Yeah you know. That song is kind of a classic reflecting on a break-up ballot and it's kind of a self torturing acknowledges wasn't great to you and i hope that one day you can forget about me but it's also just really indulging in that feeling and i think that's something that somebody people can relate to maybe a lot of people who've spent a lot of time alone in this year of in thinking about so. It's got a lot of sad. Bob's for reflecting on on these sad moments but also got a lot of really happy moments. I wanted be just kind of give people a sense of place about where he kind of fits into the latin music world like he is a boundary pushing artist. He's pushed a lot of these of gender presentation He sings about gender relations in ways. That feel really fresh absolutely. I think you know for several years now. Bad bunnies kind of establish this reputation for himself as a political or outspoken artist. And it's a label that he wrestles with. I think he is breaking a lot of barriers in terms of challenging masculine in latin pop. And he's really kind of an outlier. In terms of how vocal he is about these issues in two thousand nine hundred and he was really involved in the protests import. The frigo demanding the resignation of prepared for ceo in the past. He's also really challenge these ideas of gender presentation as you mentioned. You know he'd paint his nails and he'd wear skirts and bad. Bunny received a lot of praise for that and it was a big statement to a lot of his fans as much as he's gaining so much praise especially this year he's also had a lot of moments of public learning you know he's resisted this idea of becoming like a spokesperson for any group of people or report the frigo and earlier this year. You know a lot of fans were disappointed that he took several weeks to respond in support to the black lives matter movement and eventually he released a letter expressing his feelings and kind of saying himself. The thing that so many of us had already come to the conclusion to which is that. You know you can't rely on celebrities at the end of the day to lead us forward and social movements to be the voice of progress. I think bad bunny has made a lot of big statements that challenge how latin pop's most visible stars approach politics but then again on and trap have always been political and bad bunny is not the first and i know he won't be the last. Yeah you mentioned. His relationship with puerto rico. I think that's one thing that really jumps out about him. Could you talk a little bit more about that. Absolutely i think what definitely sets bad bunny. Apart from all of his peers in the industry is just how committed he is doing right by his community and worked to recall. Specifically i think in all of his music you can tell that. He's striving to remain authentic. And there's so many little love letters to community on this album samples the legendary astrologer welton on the penultimate track. His famous sendoff muccio more. He shouts out puerto rican and latino legends in general like leveaux the ruben blah the song and then latinos like real manna. You can tell that. He's he's aware that he's operating within a lineage. He never leaves any doubt about who he's trying to uplift and who is trying to represent here and he closes the album on a classic puerto rican christmas song comparison performed by today obama hegna which is a group from his hometown of vega baja. Your old it's kind of odd. Because it's like he's not on the song. Obviously it's recording from the fifties. But it's a song about how some people have jubilant joyful christmases and others spend it in sadness or in poverty. It is a farewell to a year. That i think all of us are happy to see go and i think you know though. He sits at this place of enormous wealth and privilege and fame. I think he's really at the end of the day driven by this desire to remain
In Syria's trouble: An Embattled Despot Digs In
"It's approaching ten years since the civil war in Syria began the signs of battle are all around. And this in the middle of a residential area which both sides agreed they'd stay out of. With help from Iran and Russia, and by bombing and gassing his own people wash our Assad the country's dictator have all but one. But Mr Hope of rebuilding the country's devastated economy are far from being realized. The currency is collapsing. America is continuing its sanctions. A financial crisis in neighboring Lebanon is adding to the pain. And covid nineteen it hitting the country hard. While support for Mr Assad both abroad, and within his own ranks is weakening. It seems unlikely that his grip on power will be loosened. The humanitarian situation in Syria has never been was and economic desperation is gripping the country Nicholas Pelham is our Middle East correspondent. You're hearing tells women who are having to. Boil weeds. Children can eat manna scrambling over each other to get bakeries. Their queue snaking across cities for fuel is begins to run out the currency has collapsed. It indeed is Kinda. So worthless now that people are using the notes to roll cigarettes, it's a really grim situation either. I mean, we've talked about the misery in Syria several times before his is all of this, still the ringing down of of the civil war, it's absolutely the case although the has subsided, the regime has not been able to reap the fruits of that military victory. It was really hoping that this was going to be it's Year of recovery and that just hasn't happened in it that it was gonna be able to. Take the last stronghold of rebel control in the north but instead the come Tux consolidated the hold in the north and the Kurds with American support of building up a variety in the northeast on top of that you've had the Lebanese banking crisis. Was the place which Syria used for banking the banks of very choppy limited withdrawals. People can't get Dulles out the kind of value of Lebanese pants has. that. Sort of knock on effect in Syria that you've had American sanctions which have been tightening. There was a new raft of sanctions this summer on top of that, you've got covid nineteen, which is also exacerbating the pain. How? So how has the the pandemic played out in Syria. Officially, the figures were about less than two hundred deaths from covid. Nobody really believes these figures doctors are being ordered to report new near as case of death even when it's clear that it's covid nineteen, the government doesn't have the means to provide basic protection. The population has been to brutalized by the water really much more about taking further precautions. Even if they have the means, their reports of anything up to sixty percent of businesses closing down in Damascus, you're having other independent surveys research that anything to. Forty percent of the population. There may have had the virus and the kind of figures out maybe eighty times what officials are estimating the hospitals can't cope. You need to have kind of great connections to be able to get into hospitals. Say doctors a resorted to going around the streets with extreme canisters, offering of dose of oxygen to victims, and they're saying that they're inundated covert is making already dust situation far far worse and the Syrian conflict has always been one with a lot of international players I mean what about the international allies that the regime would have turned to? The regime still does have friends abroad but who still remain either. Come to the regime's aid or they weren't by Russia and Iran who regimes patrons of facing American sanctions that's limited for instance, Iran's ability to get fuel to Syria, which is one of the contributing factors behind the fuel shortage. The Syrians Gripe that the Russians could be doing an awful lot more than they are in the past they have helped supply wheat. They're continuous complaints for instance of the Russians on providing fuel to anything other than. Military. So there's a sense of the kind of the Russians could be doing more but they. Almost relish opportunity to let the regime squirmed the the weaker it becomes more dependent becomes more Moscow hopes that it might be in a position to dictate terms and all all it seems that the regime is being evermore squeezed from that. So where does that leave Mr? Then what will he do? What can he do? In many ways, his resume has proved remarkably resilient. It still functions as state is security forces still able to suppress the population and keep them in check. You've had a few protests, but there's a quickly snuffed out and his regime in many ways, it's becoming more predators used to prey on the rebels rose up against it at preyed on its opposition, and now it's preying on its own supporters. There are checkpoints across regime areas way if you want to bring trucks across, you're GonNa have a letter with you might have to pay bribes, generals and warlords attending evermore into tax farms, raising taxes for the regime and taking account. So it's kind of regime which is struggling to retain his patronage system struggling to retain its control over the economy and doing that by praying evermore on its own population. Will you say the regime is resilient I mean can continue to be on with with all of these headwinds. Do you think? Certainly. You can find businessman in Damascus today who feel that the regime is kind of more under pressure than they can remember and they really questioned whether the regime can survive. That said kind of consensus seems to be that this is a regime that will continue to fight for its own survival. No matter what. Really have nowhere else to turn matter how disgruntled they are nobody else? Is GonNa pay what salaries they get. They don't trust any post regime since they think they're going to. The victims of that and the regime itself looks as if it's happening to continue in perpetuity, you've got presidential election scheduled for December of next year will give President Bush said another seven years together with his wife Asma. They look if that grooming there eighteen year old son Hafiz takeover sometime in the future say I mean this is a regime which is going to continue to fight for survival no matter what the cost for its own population.
What Is Ormus
"Or miss. Is. Actually, kind of a known entity. Yes. A non-proprietary term four miracle serum, Gu. I've already said when we mentioned Ormuz before every time I said, I want to say almost because I'd only ever heard that term in the video game Diablo two by blizzard, the makers of world of Warcraft, and also you know the world of sanctuary, which is where the abloh takes place a one of my all time favorite games just in case you haven't played it. It's amazing. There's a character named almost lives in the city of traveling call and he refers to himself in the third person and he sends you on and stuff. You. Know speak. To. Office. You have questions for homes, US and doubt in yourself. But that is neither here. Nor there one fun thing about Diablo's that as you would pick up various weapons and staffs and stuff, you would learn little terms that you wouldn't have learned elsewhere. So I learned a lot of vocabulary and history in playing the album to and it. Just, never looked up or missed to find out where his name came from. But feels now like it's kind of appropriate because or miss is as sort of ill defined miracle Goo. Different companies and different people will sell. We are in particular going to be talking about on new alchemies. ORMUZ. In this episode and a couple other on who elk meat products. Yeah. Onto alchemy was the booth that we saw out the consciously expo and they were selling this. But yeah, ormuz itself seems to at least as far as the mythos surrounding it goes seems to go back to ancient Egypt Cleopatra Bathed in what she called milk and so they hypothesize Oh was actually and that's what kept her so beautiful young, right they being alchemy I've seen at mentioned on other sites so. As, well, they'll also mention Manna from heaven. Ancient Hebrews described that that was actually Ormuz, which is weird because that's not milk but I guess it can be kind of a solid and a liquid form. So it's kind of like one of those placeholder terms like we know there was a thing called Ambrosia of the Gods. Okay. Well, now, I wanNA make a recipe and call it Ambro Asia of Youth Right Ruth Serum Lemba Bread Lennon this bread that's from Lord of the rings that's their that's their answer to Mana. Okay. Okay. But then you wonder, Oh, how do I make this? Like what is. This hour do the mystical mystical Brad Wonderful Miracle Bread. Yeah, and some of these sites will define. As being orbital's rearranged Mon-. Atomic elements which almost arm o r m e can me the the Connections or Mrs this product of the Al Chemical Process, and it's tied to the the secret of extending life in the whole orbital early rearranged monitoring element. So Amman atomic substance is one where the atoms are not touching each other essentially. More than they are. The person using the word. Sure of. Gas. It means like you know all of these individual atoms are floating free and they're not bonded to each other. So the idea here is that this is gold that has been monitoring -ly separated so that each individual particle just has one gold atom within it. Okay. Sure and it's supposed to be a white powder but nobody that we're GonNa talk about today is actually using gold or doesn't seem to be as far as we know or even claims to be as far as I can tell us gold to create the substance. Yeah. So yeah, the company on Alchemy I don't think ever claims. that it is gold nor to they use organised to stand for that weird thing as far as I know. But yeah, I mean if you try to Google or Miss, you will get a bunch of companies and people making this thing at their little recipes. Yeah. They all have special things to offer about their arm right so it seems like the basic format is you take some neutral water, but then you add a bit of a an alkaline solution. So usually I see sodium hydroxide lye and four onto alchemy they're adding magnesium hydroxide. So it's slightly less basic, but it's like a milk of. Magnesia the kind of substance that would be used to help you digestive problems and then other places they'll add a bit of Dead Sea salt or they'll add a bit of Frankencense or whatever it is. They're adding some extra little material in there that makes it their special formulation of ormuz. So as you mentioned, we're going to zero in on this company on Alchemy we've mentioned the word Alchemy and chemical a few times here case you haven't heard that term before it's this very old idea that you could make gold out of something that isn't gold now chemical mixture and now decker cain would. Say it. Now, it can be used sort of a little left of center that original definition it will be any magical creation from things that shouldn't add up what you end up with. Yes. So originally, alchemy was just chemistry before anybody had a really good handle on it, and then starting around the sixteen hundreds when we actually started to figure a few things out, we I mean humans alchemy just became kind of the last bastion of these people thought you could do all these mystical things like prolong life indefinitely or turn simple substances into gold of course, everybody wants to make gold out of nothing. That, we can ruin its value. That's right. Yeah. So we can flood the market
Cam Gets Signed
"Well there was big news coming last night. Courtesy of our Adam Schefter and Chris Mortensen former MVP cam. Newton is a free agent. No more instead Newton is heading to new. England to join forces with bill, Belichick and follow in the footsteps of another MVP Tom Brady. And Cam Newton's cryptic fashion. He had this to say the instagram. I'm excited because I know what right now all praise to God dropping contact tomorrow. I hope you're ready Hashtag. Let's go pat. And so now we know, and we'll start with Adam Schefter, and our health hall of Famer. Steve Young One one. Just tell us how we got here. How did this deal get done? Listen I think it took Cam Newton a little bit of time to recognize that there was not a thirty plus million dollar a year job on the market when you released two weeks into the free agent signing period not only that there's not an obvious starting job that's out there, and so the longer this went on, and the less he heard from teams, and there really was nobody that he heard from the more he recognized that he had to find the right spot. And if you're going to find the right spot, there's nothing wrong with taking new. England Riga tour with Bill Belichick and Josh mcdaniels, and the new quarterbacks coach Jed fish in an offense. That obviously is going. Going to be trying to replace Tom Brady where you're competing with the guy like Jarret, Stidham hasn't proven that he can play yet in the NFL and so cam. Newton goes to New England on a one year deal where he gets to reestablishes value show that he's healthy, and over the shoulder and foot injuries that he has been dealing with the last two years, and this is the the place that he now tries to relaunch his NFL career at the age of thirty one, which should be most quarterbacks, the prime of their career, no question and Adam. How likely is it that this is in effect? A one year auditioned for Cam to be with the Patriots beyond this season. Wendy what I would say is this if Cam Newton plays well, the Patriots obviously would be interested in resigning him, and if not, they have the ability to move on from him. It depends on how the year goes. It's difficult to forecast that right now. All we know is that the Patriots signed a former. Most Valuable Player who won that award in two thousand fifteen, who has tremendous ability who goes into this offense, and now we'll have to learn it, which is not going to be an easy task in a shortened off season for put as the ability to be dominant quarterback. If he can pick up that system if he plays that way, you would think that no one would not let him out. Out, the door, but again there's a whole year. They WANNA see Newton. They WANNA see them. They want to see a year goes to. It's truly to say that just yet well. Yeah, I mean a lot can happen in a year. We've all we've all seen that in Steve. How do you like the fit between cam? Newton and what he brings on the field and the New England patriots. When healthy. Rusted Cam Newton mean it's like. Manna from heaven right I mean in many ways I, think Josh, mcdaniel and Bill Belichick sitting around a lot of times. Saying. Could you imagine what we could do with this guy or that? Guys? They play these players. Run the League, and they see them in places where I'm sure they say because they're supreme of conference. Not Hubris just supreme confidence that if we could get a hold of him what we could do with him, and we can really expend on what you're seeing around the league. What we can do is special, and so I'm sure they're saying this about. If Cam comes in his foot is okay. Because we know the arm is all right, we should. We saw that early last year before. So. We know that he's healthy. If his what is good and he can move, you've got. Hungry. Sophisticated and the type caliber Blair in New England, where you have bill and Josh saying you can't imagine what we're GonNa, do with this kid and so I think that's I. think that's the conversation. That's happening right now. New England, Steve. Look it's anybody's guess at this point, but you. You have an opinion very qualified one. What do you believe the likelihood? Is that Cam Newton? Is the Patriots Starting Quarterback Week One? Again if healthy, if he can move around, I can't imagine them with his talent level, and what they think they can do them again. It becomes a you know it's a proof point for what they're out to show their out to show that we can do special things with special players, and so it's it becomes A. A right of passage to be in New England, and that we can take somebody, and we can show you amazing things that can be done and they've done that with flair after play after player so Cam Newton and healthy can move around. I. It's GonNa be, too. It's like a gravitational force when it's to special to be able to show what they can do with a great Cam Newton. Yeah,
"manna" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"It's our working come on guys I'd like I'm gonna give it one more try and everything fell into place it is like manna from heaven everything work a lot of new releases coming out in the month of April what are some of the hottest ones on the list Robbie we got going yeah we're actually go through a few things here for you to to look forward to you are playing it during April here and on the first one is called hyper parasite this comes out April third for just letting PC PS four Xbox in the switch not really my type of game it's a roguelike twin stick shooter brawlers like on the like top down sort of things I think twenty go back far enough like asteroids or Grandia I think was another one yeah I mean there's there's more like it it's closer to enter the country in which is a must thank god my recent game there but it looks fine this is kind of like even my bag the games I guess he thought of for its last match T. yeah it's it's it's very much like a pick it up and play whenever you have a moment type of thing else is merely I said I feel like dedicate a lot of time to there's another one here it's called some day you'll return on the PC comes out April fourteenth now this this is something I think you need me man James to try this out it's an upcoming psychological horror game inspiration from silent hill outlast two the vanishing of Ethan Carter in resident evil seven that's gonna be tough especially with resident evil three coming out yes that's right actually I've ever idec to jump ahead a week here so it's my fault on April third also resident evil three of the remade the the the reviews already come out for this and it looks phenomenal I've I downloaded and played the demo it was freakin rock solid especially being a demo I was anticipating like it'll be it'll be okay you know what coming out on the third it was someday you'll return actually being you know eleven days later you know almost almost two weeks people would beat resident evil three in that time and if they're looking for some more like that horror fix this might be something that if it comes across the radar that they they might be interested in still this Sunday overturned looks it does it looks good kill it like it looks high level triple a quality which is weird like a nightmare yes it hasn't came across.
"manna" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"Manna house arose with two plus they might take the number but I keep waking up see my takes baby please say something please stay home this is playing I don't even know what watching do you go twice as it is what it is and when I had to what I she please give me working on a weekend like usual whales in the deep and ideals or a past as they do in two months I haven't done my taxes on some time I just had it on my wrist going nuts the selection was okay so when someone in a house in rosewood two plus is close Gary abounds of life is good me don't forget to bring I'm still not spend much of Maine was charged three dollars on I was in the self service call came name fits Brenda she has that right I made a telemanagement is adamant raffish does pull central too many days in a row also there's a cat in my life he's a line stickies they got a stretch it what is the last resort later he reached and despite this the pharmacies I got told to talk different languages well the city has to offer the chief Frank I'm still not Spain PM much of Maine was three thousand range I was in the self service call came dangerously fence as better term across the ring I got your mentor for new fitting I'm in the moment the main course it a big cattle have a phone with the phone number can but she Frank one of the one that's brand the main draw three does own raincoat I was in shock for a call came in the same sense.
Javier Prez de Cullar reaped diplomatic success perhaps without parallel in UN history
"The former secretary general heavier Perez Cueva. Who's died? Eight hundred was responsible for a series of diplomatic breakthroughs that were perhaps without parallel in the history of the United Nations. That's according to his most senior aide. Shift Cabinet Virendra dial in an interview on Thursday by phone from his home in Delhi. Mr Dial praised the inherent decency and integrity of the former U. N. Chief who served two terms that saw the end of the Cold War telling Your News Matt Wells that Mister Peres de. Quayle played a key role in the transition in an absolutely must be. Manna even of minden Nevada. He had a very conscious way about him and he had a great sense of decency in Texas possible to do this. Some extremely difficult does in terms of the sixty. I just remind us what the challenges were that he and the talented group of diplomats at he assembled around him had to deal with in the one thousand nine hundred thousand nine hundred ninety s where the first time was colored by the existence of the code will enrich the Security Council able to function envoys. Agents possible government. It's very difficult state of affairs indeed. He listens hosting contributions and and it was very difficult. But how stations. I need to pass the UN to the position to see. The benefits of change at the time was appropriate. You gotta you had to saying which often use. We shouldn't have to dive into Mt Poo if action of of the United Nations secretary. General's this time it's a disaster. So you visit to the right woman. Get a great sense of timing. He wasn't one to steal the limelight himself and he admitted that he wasn't the most exciting candidate for the top job when he took it up but but looking back he was extremely effective. Wasn't he at brokering peace especially in the second term? He's prepared view organization so the time when things will be possible see the second time was because nothing they thought his own preparedness but also GonNa Shelf Game Office and that was the Vatican change than the possibilities in front of the UN save. You actually had to mourn those changes and shape the way in which the changes what's happened and stole a degree of trust at increasing degree of tossed peasants council. That was that's thought his scale. So that the four in a sense the good will probably take over. He had begun to make possibilities within the US Corporation Wolf feasible and in that does this what happened in the second term and school since he you beat the string of successes invested. You and I think it has lessened the thing that he himself. What is your favorite memory of him? I think I have to say my him was his last day in office when I percents of the clock stopped at midnight to get the signatures of the bill. Cool fused with the hip of scully's. Hey this building. Without looking back. He left the building as a twitter chorus of angels. Everyone was so happy. And when we got to lift the soul to be didn't know if people standing members of the secretariat everybody found. This is himself sort of any people live off to get done and finally how would you sum up his his impact on the UN and the world at large? Tom Diction also school. In an absolute muster used every opportunity to that time so great achievement and I think in some ways in some ways because cooperation developed within the members of Security Council New York in a way that abusive to ending the code of all the United Nations. Became the forum in which the coach will manifested. This has s coming to an end. It's fascinating thing. There's one thing you say. As a postscript sometimes during the difficult here's you would meet them at the end of the day and we'd rather the the tribes of the day and he would be very sad because everything we've seen in the Colson Day was wiped out before the end of it. He would look at me and sometimes hold on. Wait and you know we do not have the next to be discussed so you would you would think they continue and continue day off the right time came and invest manifested themselves when I came into pieces to wait and wait for them and for them and then the food scheme was data.
The Flame Starter Behind 'Portrait of a Lady on Fire'
"It's summer from all these four seasons. How does song figure into your movie? And at what point you start thinking about a scene where someone someone is listening to this music. Let's the paradox. It's that that this scene was which is let the lesson of the film. It was like the first thing that I had in mind It's kind of the scene. I made the movie because I had that scene in mind. I wanted to lend and the film there and basically wrote the film to actually make that scene and sometime when I got lost in the process crosses over writing a little bit discouraged I had that scene in mine and I knew that I had to do the film to do with diversity. June I'm GonNa ask you about the research you did when you're writing this story so you have this scene in your mind. How the movies and and you work backward from that? How much time are you thinking about Traditions Shins and customs and what was going on in the world for women of a certain age at this period in history? Well I did some research mostly regarding The woman artist at the time so I work with this logistic yard. Creating this the female painter character on even sociologically her being really accurate to the time but For the rest west mostly like when when I asked the experts like how women doing with a period at the time however they hailing abortion at the time like they know everything about their hair. They know everything about how they should dress and behave. But Dad didn't know much about them. Team that privacy so it was mostly relying on the fact that What go through I go through also and teach to build this continually Trump time relying lying on that Rather than being accurate about the mundane way of you know the way they would do would perform in the world because we always see that right especially in period pieces it's about performing in the world and that's why I put them on an island Basically being just you know never being with the characters characters just being totally lonely so that we could share it intimacies with so even though they're isolated these women live in a world where a a woman of marrying age is bartered or as advertised or is marketed. The way that you would on tinder or match where you're swiping but the swiping now is a oil painting that sent to a prospective suitor so in many ways things have not changed at all technology has evolved. Aw The way that matches are found like do you like the photo you like the picture. Swipe up by sending a letter back to France. Yeah but that's the it's much more in a self-portrait dynamic but do you have more power over an alleged edged. You're you're crafting for yourself. I don't know what I mean. It's too early to think about that. No I want to ask you about the characters that are at the center of this story. Mariana Louise they have strong feelings about a lot of things but they live in a time where you don't really say what's on your mind and you don't share what your deepest most personal feelings are so when you're working with your actors. How'd you describe how they are communicating? What they feel when they can't always give voice to those feelings while you know? I think they're giving voice to the fundings. I feel it's just that we decided I choose to craft his love dialogue Not Building it on the narrative of conflict or being secretive So it's not about Chelsea about position it's about saying what's on your mind. I think they're being pretty honest with each other. We're not that used to that. There's is no mind game here and I'm not sure it's about Defected set in the past. I think it's about the fact that it that it's written today by us and many of us I mean myself screenwriter but also the actress they they build this very strong choreography this tension about with with the dialogue but also the the their body and we're looking very carefully what it's like to fall in love so it's also about how look at each other but also how they breed how the and their body language and the chemistry I think is very strong so we're talking with Selene Ziama who is the writer and director of portrait of a lady on fire. Men Are not present in this movie. We outside of a couple of scenes but they are hovering on the outside. How did you talk about the presence of men even though Oh they weren't in the picture what actually we didn't talk about it? That's the good thing that's just. I mean Manna left out of the frame. And that's how you feel that prisons because it's not about a male character it's about jd of patriarchy. So we're using the tools of cinema. That is yeah what you put in the rain. What you leave out of the frame that defines the frame so it gives you an experience of feeling this pression without having the oppressive character So that's also not to objectify man because we don't want to objectify anyone. It's also way to feel scene because when you're always into frame you're not seeing yourself. And like for instance. I did the Dow the bone is for the DVD the French DVD like three weeks ago and there was a sound engineer mail. You hadn't seen the film and we watched a film together and at some point. There's a man that comes back into frame and you see a close up of the hand of a man and I saw him looking at his hand and he's like I've never he was seeing on buddy because he got got out of the frame back. When you're thinking about how you and your cinematographer offer shoot this film? Is it easy to unlearn the things that you think a shot is supposed to have how women are supposed to look how their bodies are supposed to be positioned that you have to constantly say this is. I have to forget everything I've seen in been taught. Yeah but it's it's it's pretty joyful because forget those things yes if you can. That's sometimes hard to unlearn patterns. Yeah but that's why you have to be radical because otherwise it's go coming back so it has to be it has to be radical and stick to it because yes there's like for instance. They don't smile at each other for an hour and ten minutes. I know that's not good advertising but And on the set they had such great chemistry in such it was such a beautiful thing thing to see those two actors together. Everybody kept saying. Oh maybe you could take the smile at each other like this could be more joyful. This is your producers or who's suggests Joseph Assistant Director you know and I just it's about resisting it's also about really not not letting go won't be useful indicating room will. It shouldn't be useful in the editing room. We have to we have to be radical to resist the charming side of actually shooting the
"manna" Discussed on Get Your Glow Back
"I think it's important to food than go back and eat those vegetables if you had that time to do it so having children often means a lot of ways shea is notorious for like being like I need an apple. Doesn't say I would like quite. Yeah apple he says and I'll give him he'll take bite maybe t- bites and then just goes on the floor. Summer I find these random different places. What can we do with leftover fruit or things like apples? That have been a little bit. It's being taken out. aww You don't want to throw it away but you personally might not want to eat it in that moment. Although I'm definitely guilty of five apples a day exactly I've got my five eight done. Well you should tell shade a grown apple tree. No we started talking about this earlier and I think a great idea idea would be to chop it all up and put it in the fridge. Save it for later or put in the freezer and save it for later. That can end up being applesauce. You can whizz up into sauce or make an apple crumble. Later that evening it just takes a moment ago. The convenient way is to go. Let me just throw this away. It's out of my site. I don't see it anymore. But that's money that you're throwing away. You know you were tired in your earning money so you WanNa make sure that everything that you do spend goes to a place of value in that serves you but if you're throwing food away then there's this disconnect so find time to cut it up. Cut Up. That apple put in the freezer printed fridge. Eat it later Apple Tree I dunno and do you think that that's really the key to it. Is that pause and not thought purpose of what could I do. What could this be rather than it's rubbish and through which took place you'd think of all these interesting creative eight of ways to use different things would for someone looking at it be waste and something? They would've chucked away. Do you think that's kind of the key to it's the mindset definitely the mindset. It shouldn't take twenty minutes to figure out. What should I remember this apple? And you're just pondering the house he went for Ya. Yeah it just takes literally like maybe two seconds to feared out which I do with this. Oh say this and I'll cut it up. Let me chop it up and let me blend it now. Maybe I'll make an if you have a juicer juice. It up make make an apple juice. Save it but in the fridge. There's so many ways that we can just be more resources with the things that we already have combat sing something. You've talked a little bit about taught me about composting. My mom had to wear Murray. Is that the same thing taught me through what can be composted. What con- that's a good place to start? Thank Gosh Rush. What can and what cannot so organic food so your Greens should be composted? Fruits and vegetables can be composted. What can't meet heard of people composing their bones? You can compos paper newspaper certain types during kinds it depends also on the type of compost. You do have there's commercial there's home compost. There's Akashi which is I think another term for that I think the fancier word it does somebody that there were women that were many they tariff My Dad had compost last summer. He says I bought ten thousand worms. What do you have a farm now? You of your growing worms arms and the great thing about worms is fair breakdown food really quickly. They eat it up they eat it up and then they do their magic with it and then becomes natural fertilizer which is great. It's totally sustainable. In his great with the worms do when they're in the soil. They're going through the soil and they're creating pockets of air so what we need for food naturally break down as a few elements we need air. We need water. We need sunlight and we need other natural ingredients ingredients like soil wet and dry so like your fruits and veggies but also dry like leaves and hey to naturally breakdown and that needs to be turned over so the worms go through there in you know you can just imagine the worm wiggling through the soil and just chewing food and that creates air creates movement in the soil. Really interesting using process. Can you put like grains into compost or is that not something compost like your senior rice. I some things like that. I've come posted my oats. We have origen leftover porridge but taught me three. You'd live in a small London. Flat isn't no just kidding. But I'm not saying it's beautiful one. Sorry but compost. Because I remember my mum's is like this massive massive big thing that was in the garden. A most people aren't living in big spaces anymore. That's just reality of kind of urban lifting so what you have. Is it eh pose. Yeah I have a food as caddy. It's underneath my sink in. Put it in a food. Waste been a couple days. Go by. I'll put it outside in the food. Waste collecting been so once a week. The council come and pick it up. I know that certain councils don't have this available. which is a shame? Because you know the council amend the next council Over which is you know the next street. They won't pick up food waste from there so it's a real big issue in London in the UK. What's it like in the US Asha no we don't even have ways collecting. You have to actually go to a farmer's market to dump it off when I was living in New York City I had a food waste collecting service snake. Come and pick up the food waste. If you're not able to be resourceful with the food that you already had producing utilizing every part of the vegetable in the stocks in the stems in skins of everything right. You'RE GONNA end up having a little bit of food ways and if you don't have that service in you can't find one then if that's the last resort than what it has to be for the time being. I know it's hard to say I'm torn to say that. But that's your option. That's your option but don't settle for that if you haven't done the research so what I've encouraged people to do here in. London is to contact their council and requested Food Waste County and I've had people say they've been successful. I've had people who have said they keep emailing them. They keep calling them in the keep bothering them. They keep pestering them and I said keep doing it. Keep doing it keep doing it in six months later I finally get a no instagram. Saying finally have a food county. They're allowing it now. So it's great to see that the more and more people who ask for it better it'll be for other people to someone told me that if one person emails a company organization or to council all that one person equals to fifty thousand people. So maybe there's fifty thousand other people who are thinking the same thing and they won't write a message or call or email meal so the more and more people that do that. That's a large number. That's obviously retorts with a little bit about leftover vegetables or fruits charts on the ground. But how about when you're actually chilly cooking. You talked a little bit about skins so I mean I'm someone that keeps the skin on everything I do know. It's the where I was bought hard. My mom always said as fiber on the skins eat the skins. You need the five people find it with. I don't peel carrots potatoes or things but that's just the way I've been brought up but for someone who finds the strange vastly Girl got fiber but safely some particular recipe say mashed potato or southern dishes. Shows that you would pale. What can we do with? The leftover appeals to that. We're not throwing them away all sorts of things with potato skins. There's a recipe my book. There's even with like the squashes peel the skin and you could fried up you can bake. It can make chips out of it. I've actually seen that looks so good. It's like potato pilcher. Yeah it takes a a little bit more time to do that step. It's not going to take you twenty minutes to do an extra step while you're also cooking or boiling posture. Stewart's something else on the stove. But it's just another step that you need to do. I definitely encourage like eat everything you have but if you're one of those people that are like I don't like the skin. My mashed potatoes baked potatoes or so. So you call them. What do you call potatoes here? Yeah they sure. `tatoes jacket potatoes. And then how about the top sites something that I feel like. I'm reasonably good. You know. I'm not not throwing away the skins. I do. Try and utilize my fridge as much as possible but the tops of carrots of squashes of I mean I guess a lot of root vegetables. Come with that little food stores in Brussels sprouts. It's coming to Brussels sprouts season so I always take off the bottom of them like. Is that things that we can do with them. Were they be something that you would throw away. I normally take off that roof like bulb at the bottom of the Brussel sprout. But I get really close to it. I'll use the leaves in those leaves at fall off after you've taken that off are usually crisp. goes up or saute them with everything else or bake them and have nice crispy leaves and it's Nice as a nice garnishing. You have these nice. Perfect Brussel sprouts are tightly together. They've just roast in any of the little bits that energis roasted nearby themselves with the carrot top so not them put them in your stews. Blend them up and make a PESTO. The top of that butternut squash is really rough. I've never seen. I think you should test out the only catch up on but in a bag. Squash stems stems movie. What else is there are so many food and my mom is actually? She's very sustainable. In semi rumblings cool she's cool so she's always plates on talk of leftover foods we never had cling from a house. But we'll come back to more things in the kitchen but one thing that she always. Did you know when people asparagus. They always take a third of it off from the bottom block. It goes in the bedroom so my aunt had an asparagus farm an EZ and so obviously but the best thing to today's because obviously it doesn't Cook even which is why people hate. The bus is just take that little edge off and then criss crossed the bottom of that third that you would have chopped off and then it will cook cook through evenly a great tip. I normally sacrifice or not but I usually eat the whole thing just got a little time would be bothered. But that's a tip so you keep the whole stock Keith. Hostile just across the bossom crisscross about it's like where you would have chopped off and then you steam you boil it however U. S. but it will cook through so it doesn't get that bottom but where you're like. I really liked the talk of this asparagus. The sports is like am. I doing branch something off of the tree. That's a great tip. Thank you you tips with many slow. What else can we do in the kitchen? We talked a little bit about reducing cling film. That is a huge problem. We're making delicious seeps into cheese you swear big sustainable by chocking leftover stuff enough ridge within wrapping inkling.
"manna" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"Can't stand when some men wear like really skinny jeans like you look obnoxious like I can't stand the mate what are they called on manta rex sick I cannot stand that it drives me bananas and I heard that term no it's it's like a thing it's like manna Rexach when you see like guys with a lot of women is building a lot of them right down there no no no no inside of our I odd building as a lot of that the air inside were all great fit and then there's like go whoa you're wearing like really skinny jeans and that's a little obnoxious like I do it's always nice to me well that's a real high tech but I can't stand guys who were skit serious skinny jeans like come on now doesn't the copy on there has been a couple of angels no he'll be on his way to you he had and I'm I'm yes it on there I was just that it on air I get set on it but no he will not now no name what's what's the thing that now needs now right no like you just as a where's he he he I don't know what he said about what about skin is yeah and I said because I said he has a couple of no he has like a straight hair and even the straight barely not skinny but like a a loose straight what's are called a straight flare is relaxed relax I don't know now relax their streets weren't street get a little tight at the top and it's like a thing is like these away I feel like that yeah yeah the first berry war like that where he's like okay I can't wear these is a way to tie into my thigh area and I have too much of a baseball but for that like that's what he says like he calls it's like I have a baseball but I cannot wear these skinny jeans leg gets a way too much for me and I feel uncomfortable lightning I'm with you those men look like cartoon character they look ridiculous they do like have you ever heard the phrase baseball but I thought I was going to hurt hockey but no use out of it is like it that's that's what I've heard so what is baseball but it is a baseball but okay what is it like a hockey but skating so much the your **** muscles are I know yeah I don't know baseball but I don't get that it's sort of like a fat a year but I don't know but it's it's like a bubble but so your eyes when your new husband as a bubble but we're just going to go to break our **** of your other ones I don't I don't like to do the jogger sweatpants here that looks like a breeze I don't I don't I'm not a I don't get those either frankly I should he want you guys in the city one all the time I don't even like flies what it was like a prisoner call jogger's their sweat pants but they like cut off yeah I've seen the ones that are like this skinny sweatpants to go all the way down to the bottom that's fine if you're like athletic and working out that's still pushing I'm not big on those pushing it but most guys we're all just baggy just the day don't fall down but they also let it breathe that's not what everybody's looking for on the male side I hate to gender are identified here I don't know about the baseball but that your husband has like thing I didn't notice it last I didn't see the baseball but when I'm not I'm I'm not god I don't think I'm gonna say so in what's your baseball six one seven two zigzag sixty eight sixty eight let's take a quick break it's very be lightning waffles Anthony's baseball but right here in the V. RKO morning.
"manna" Discussed on The Scathing Atheist
"This. What happens in the off? No. I'm John Ford. The voice of fantasy and adventure. So Moses brought Israel from the Red Sea. And they went out into the wilderness of sure and they went three days in the wilderness and found no water. Moses, we've been walking for like three days. We kinda use them water. What about this pool? It's all gross and covered in flies. Oh, yeah. That's really bad. Hey missus. It's me God take this tree and throw it into the water, but it full covered in moss. Trust me, Moses. See now, it's got what move mine. Okay. You knew what that's on me. We'll go find you. Some other pools. No, stay here. They here. Scotch. I'm still here in the scotch pool. Can't Swoosh me to another location. I call it scotch pool. I stay don't Swoosh. Murmur. Remember? Due to why do you murmur? So we have no food. Let us from Israel only to starve us here. Yeah. And second thought it was probably a bad idea to bring Jews by foot into the middle of nowhere. How can we turn up the air conditioning? Yeah. Just a smidgen. I'm on him. The last time that haven't been invented yet. People. Listen to me ten tonight. It will rain manna and in the morning, you may gather as much as you can eat. But but do not leave it overnight or it will th-hour and grow insects. Could God maybe make manna from heaven that doesn't you know rot and get bugs. No apparently, not doing why. Because man is probably bugs it. Sagen? What can we get any word on the air conditioning bugs fit? See some people think it's tree bark. Some think it's us PC's locus. But if it wasn't bugged it was probably bugs it gross super growth. But trust me it was better than God's original solution. So what do you think Amana? It's the best. And I right if one hundred dollars worth of fast, food, that's cold. Right. Burgers, fries. Big in love it. No, no. Nobody loves this food that this stuff it for nine year olds who won't other stuff and and Thomas Smith. Well, I already tweeted a picture, so it's a bug shit. Thanks for choosing bug shit. You're welcome. You're welcome. And we're going to eat that for how long forty years forty years. How long does the walk a couple of weeks max? But you know, we're we're so no fourteen poop breaks an hour. It has time of interim. That's true since my circumcised penis is dripping more so than the Dead Sea. Can I please get an answer on the air conditioning disadvantage? I said it doesn't exist yet. Now, go eat your bug fit. You gonna finish that? And with the knowledge that we're just forty wandering years of bug shit eating away from Canaan, we'll take a break there. But we'll be back soon with more bible piece..
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"On eleven maybe you just seven they hadn't heard about trafficking. Yes. On in a zoo. Somewheres of is that what you're picturing like, there's maybe a couple of woolly mammoths in that, you didn't know you're doing that or being with your voice. So it's no. Yeah. It's no the woolly mammoth is no longer with. That's okay. You know, what here's what it was here. That thing that we're really mammoths or closer to Cleopatra than the triceratops is the T Rex. That's not a thing that you hear a memorial or one years. But now, I'm super curious how long ago, do you think Cleopatra? Liz just. Bra- five. No, whatever you're going to say next on dribbling this way too soon in two years when I came forth out of Egypt. And it came to pass when pharaoh let the people go that God led them not through the way of the land of the Philistines. And the Lord went before them by day in a pillar of cloud to lead them that way and by night in a pillar of fire to give them light to go by day and night. He took not away the pillar of the cloud by day, nor the pillar of fire by night from before the people. Okay. We're just going to just gonna follow the pillar of fire up here on the right? I know I know. Okay. I I was just saying in case note that that is not the pillar fire. Follow the pillow or fire this pillar of fire this pillar fire right here. And we missed it. Okay. It's fine. It's fine. It's not a big deal. This is why I wanted to use Google map. I know I know you want the middle lane thing does. But you know, I thought because we had a pillar fire. You're mad. I'm not that. It is just that we had a pillar farm and add not. Matt. Right. Hi. Yeah. Berry. Right. Your tiles replacement? Okay. I kind of feel like if Kyle gets replaced it takes away from the power of Kyle's death. I'm the last. Okay. I think our audience will be okay. Really? 'cause like I cried when I wrote the scene. So I can only imagine cried at the end of fast and furious seven, and it is urine commercial like hard, the Mayo's Barra saying, okay? Well, excuse me for having a heart. Is he okay? No, no. Anyway, people of Egypt were wondering if you wanted to, you know, catch the Jews? Can can we do that? Yeah. We have like chariots and stuff and they're just walking. So. Yeah. I mean, the headstart though, right? So oh, yeah. Her shoes. Euro they're not super agile group of folks. I don't know. Just like it might be sandy we which is bad. We're like the horse's feet. It's all sandy dry, and you know. Unpleasant. You really just don't want to go to you. I do not Q Q's hear me both. I know we are surrounded by our enemies, put do not seek thorough and youth. Ow. Be okay. The ocean. It's parting. You after them. You sure about that boss? Yes. Go after them. Oh, no. You don't Phero Thuc. My thing. The I said, I'm sorry. What I got this. I'm actually fluent in Hebrew. Okay. He said fuck is t. You why why would you want me to cook? As t I don't understand. Maybe it's a thing with them. I don't know. Maybe. Okay. May maybe maybe I got the letters wrong. Maybe it's Shuckers shiny or fuck, shiny. Well, I'm not gonna fuck your knee, dude. I mean, that's gross straight note. Thuc my fee. What's a fee like old timey you like the? Out of my element here. I'm really more or sky that is all ever hear few men. I'm horse guy. I'm a horse your horse guy with an opinion. Well, I'm over here guy with feelings. You know, what guys never mind? Suck. My see. Obviously, I got it. Yeah. Good one. Actually. Yeah, I'm sorry. I snapped at you earlier Oprah the horse thing. Wow. Six hundred people swallowed up by the the death of our enemies. So what do we do dance party?.
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"Plus, listen to his voice, it's so. Unifil? It's very beautiful. Thank you wildcard. I love him. I loved on. Okay. Okay. He has his voice is pretty great. But you better not replace me with him. Like you did heat with me done. I said wait what he's not replacing anyone. He's just helping us make the show better by doing this favor. And that now can we get back to work? Okay. Okay. We'll wait. But what about the replacing thing? What would you say? Now. Guys, you were just saying on the mat replacing I feel like it had in it guys. Don, I said, I love you. Nobody. Hey, neighbor, what you do in there. Oh, you know, just paint some blood on Madore door blood. Why is that? It's no reason just like it. Doesn't happen to have anything to do with my own all the firstborns dying or anything. What's I don't even know what that mean? No, no. This is the door blood is four Alouine. Oh, okay. That's a good idea. I think I'm gonna do the door blood Halawani decoration to, you know, just in case just in case your God is stupid enough to kill people based on the hemoglobin content of their doorframes. No, no. That's it's it's my decoration. And also, I will be upset if you copy me, so please do not but paint on your door. Thank you, just I'll be doing it. And then you would copy it. Yeah. I'm I'm going to go ahead and hate the door moving. Fuck. Wow. Sweet Fathy Mileti. I can't believe you scorned all those slavery for us again. What's with this? Is it me? I feel like I feel crazy crazy anyways. Look noses an issue to make like my administration and flee like rats escaping a sinking ship, you get it. I think thinking hip grab whatever golden jewels. You can get out of the gypsies while you read it. I mean, rod these motherfuckers blind. Yes, sir. And hey, I know this isn't exactly the time to point this out. But I'm thinking, maybe we make this like a holiday. I'm sorry. You want to celebrate the time you killed the bunch of our enemies, baby. And we stole all their goods while they were still to stab stop us. Like every year, we get a little call and response section going the thing people read, maybe everyone's we'd religious relatives. Who you never see come over. Plus, if you super religious you can like throw out, all your bread and cake and cookies and shit that terrible. Right. Right. Jill holidays. Welcome going to be a lot of that couple rules though for the party. Yes. I don't want any non-jews it the putty. Nobody who isn't circumcised. Okay. Tim bliss, Dick's only Mosey baby. Okay. What about our plates? If you cut the did stuff there, dick sure you can bring this spring. This is going to result in some very awkward conversations. Hey, bill. Hey, dave. What's up any plans for this weekend? Really? No. Oh, good. I'm actually glad you said that look, I don't know. If you remember, but Hannah is Jewish and Seder thing for parents visiting that would invite some folks over so, you know, kind of an awkward question. But. Awkward at all, my friend. Karen? And I would love to know just let me let me finish my thing. So quick question. Here's here's the question. I was going to get to. How is your penis? I'm sorry house. My penis. Yeah. It's like if the snippy zip going on down there. It's a whole thing for the dinner kind of matters. So so is that to know if I'm circumcised for dinner. Yup. Yeah. Yes. I do please. Tell me about your penis situation. Yeah. I'm circumcised. Great. No, no. It has a coup. Great so Saturday night around like eight sounds agree. Great trope you like snips old schnitzel. Sorry shinzo. And Moses said unto the people remember this land, which came out section really goes on on. Yeah. Absolutely award. Rausing nights is. Yes, absolutely gone, super cool. Yeah. This so I was wondering. Yeah. Here we go. I'll be all fully mammoth show bring that the land of the on and the lights and the animal and remember we saw the museum the other day elephants. Sorry, so a land you're asking Ilkeston hunt. If there are any living's service lily mammoths, like seven left in the world..
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"If my guest spot on last week's episode of the eighth east experience taught me anything, it's that if you wanna know about the bible, your best source is an atheist, but unfortunately, too few atheist take the time to embellish, it with voice work, so to fill that gap. Once again, we're pleased to bring you another edition of bible piece. Less time on bible piece theater. And rain and rain will make the flowers you make the flowers grew will. Guys that is not what happened on the could have been one of the entire second act of lame is rob no we needed to perform the entire second act of lame is thank you. And when she has if you're a Russian agent you say than a net, NAT an int. Close enough. Sorry. I'm sorry. Mr god. It's god. Oh, hey, Mosey, baby. What's up? So you don't know you're striking down the Firth born Zavala, slavery of Egypt. Again, really is like you go, and how to you wave at this sibling as buddy. But don't worry. I got a solution, or as you might say the Luthan all. Sounds like. So here's what you do. Hey neighbor when she doing there. Oh, you know, just a instant blood on Madore, 'way doorway blood. I'm sorry. Who the fuck is this? I'm Don Ford, the voice of fantasy and adventure. Well, wait. We're hiring voice actors now. No, Don hurt us complaining on air about needing a bigger cast for bio piece theater any offer to help us out..
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"And then all of a sudden, you're the bad guy getting federal charges, and apparently that's a big problem for Evangelo Christians, like liberty council chairman Matt staffer who spoke with lawmakers in the house of representatives hoping to make them change the Bill before they vote to include an exception for the religious liberty of Biblically motivated lynching seriously seriously, they are by the way, I've read it. They are taking the Jordan Peterson route of like, well, what if I Lynch someone for their fashion choices that could be considered sexual orientation. The actual thing is I'm not saying I'm against the Justice for victims of lynching act. I'm just saying there's room for a most in there somewhere. So despite being about disgusting bigotry, I feel like the story actually has some good news hidden in there. And that's because a pose law firm will not be getting the big thing they want and be they kind of did her job for us this week just by being themselves. Yeah. Ryan's just to reiterate themselves is opposing a federal anti lynching Bill. So you remember in two thousand twelve when Mitt Romney was debating Obama and Romney thought is about to catch Obama in that lie about Benghazi whether he declared terrorism or not in a row is going, but it turns out Romney had a completely wrong and even offered Obama chance to backtrack as words, but Obama was like please proceed governor is so good. That's what it feels like when we deal with people like Matt state who are trying to explain how religious bad for society, and Matt saver just lobs. Supper softball and sets us up with a swimming pool. Full of catcher's mitts too. You live. Pretty sure that's your example, something that's super easy, Heather. Yes. You do. That is correct. Okay. I they came for the people that came for the socialists, and I did not speak out. Yeah. So Matt's Davor and liberty counsel heard about this anti lynching rule. And they thought this was a Gotcha moment. They're like, okay. So you guys in the Senate or seriously making the rule that says lynching agape person while yelling, homophobic, slurs is a hate crime. Really you want to walk that back. I'm going to get one chance to I'm about to read from the bible. Make you look stupid. Even the Republican senators were like please proceed bets Davor, please say what I mean. That's what I call. Bipartisan cooperation, the GOP is willing to put aside our differences and make all the lynching into a federal crime. So good for. Right. D'amato? Right. Yeah. Well, could this story gives me some idea? So well, we lobby the Senate for a very specific additional lynching exception. We're going to wrap up the headlines for the night heathy lie. Thanks as always yahtzee. And when we return we'll be like, we're running up the score on Jesus..
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"Not working no bump and grind. He proposed. She said, yes. And she hugged him video of the of it went viral, probably because happy people are nice to look at. But the school saw it as undermining its reputation of being a fucking miserable place full of assholes apparently. So they moved to expel her under what the school described as a public outcry of people offended by the premarital hugging. So to all the people I saw on social media this week of planning that Gillette. Can't counter toxic masculinity on their own. I simply say it depends on how you use their razors and quick before Andrew dice. Nandonet I'll hand things back over to Noah heath and Eli then Culas cinde and in big Brother Where Art boundaries tonight. We have a story about Russian Orthodox leader. And ruling Santa God emperor caused player patriots Creel of the Moscow. He's looks like duck dynasty just found. A dragon's treasure, and Phil Robertson tried to wear all of it. So patriot krill added sounding incredibly stupid to his already perfect record of looking stupid when he announced this week that smartphones are the tool of the anti Christ. Yeah. Although he already sounded at least medium stupid when he told his staff to spray holy water on government computers to clean off a virus. True. He didn't do that. I mean, you could even argue that he was already sounding medium stupid, Justin. How much he jingles when he walks. It was the HIV virus. Yeah. So in an interview shown Monday on state, TV patriarch krill said, quote, someone can know exactly where you are. No, exactly what you're interested in. No, exactly what you were afraid of and quote at which point he was immediately added to the New York Times editorial staff gathered some data from where never mind, it's all you need to know. His Google maps is inside your bones. Sorry. Sorry religion. We're doing. Yeah. Imagine the horror though of some all knowing entity knowing all your fears, and where you were and your thought I feel like this story is scarier Google earthquake and brimstone powers, isn't it? It is. And they do you guys should try Google earth. That's right. So he continued quote control from one point is a foreshadowing of the coming anti Christ. If we talk about the Christian view. No, get ready. Pretty sure he's going to define faith in Greek. Let's let's hope not decided he is of the Greek Orthodox church. So at least kind of makes sense anti Christ is the person who will be at the head of the worldwide web that controls the entire human race, and quote, so guys someone wanna tell him we've known Jeff Bezos was the anti Christ for years. I mean, I feel bad. And finally tonight. We have a story about Christian right law firm, well documented anti LGBT hate group and accidental Orwellian title joke at their own expense liberty counsel and the liberty that their legal counsel is fighting for right now is lynching lynching lynching. Yup. In particular, the liberty to carry out a lynching against a gay person. Without all that crazy red tape the ground. They want to streamline that. Yeah. They made it all the way through this. Nobody stopped. Nobody was like wait a second guys. I think we might be the worst. We all the bad guys away through this. Yes. No, God supplies. The hey, we just supply the crime. We're only half guilty. Yes. So that really happened the Justice for victims of lynching act passed unanimously in the Senate last month making federal hate crime to Lynch person if you're violence was motivated by gender sexual orientation, gender identity or disability now in the good old days. You could Lynch for whatever reason you wanted. And it was nobody's. But then in the slightly less good old days, you could get in more trouble. If you'll inch person based on race or religion. And now in two thousand nineteen the government is all up in your business when you Lynch people he'll do lynching and you'll get in trouble. And you'll be like am I being detained and the authorities are going to be like, yeah. For lynching you're being detained. And also, by the way, don't scream a homophobic, slur, or you're going to be in more trouble, and then you'll scream homophobic, slur, because you're crazy person..
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"You've gotta be in before you say, you know, what would upgrade my chances of having my rights respected going to Bangkok and counting on the help of the police why or Twitter, right? Well, luckily for her and now super duper unbelievably Twitter sprang into action her case caught national attention, and she was granted asylum on Friday. And as I said, she is now safely in the land of maple syrup legal weed and weirdly, popular racists. Oh, wait. She's at the die. Hop in Washington. DC now. Getting less popular slightly less. Pop. Now to be fair. I should point out. Not everyone is happy about RAF story, the national society for human rights, which is an organization closely associated with the Saudi government and therefore named badly tweeted for safe arrival that quote, some countries and international organizations are politically motivated to incite female teenagers to leave their home. Yes. So yeah. The the Saudi take is that Justin Trudeau lured her away with Putin and the promise of condoms, but everyone else. Okay. Well, if I'm not mistaken that story just ended on barely legal girl. Eating Poteen off of Justin Trudeau's naked body. Obviously, we're all gonna need a moment. So we're gonna take a quick break and had things over to my lovely wife. Lucinda? Brabourne? Mortier's skirts. Please burn. Oh, man will buy the horse. What she wants. It's a legitimate rates. Right. Cooking can be fine. This week in mississau-. A back in August, the American psychological association, put out a thirty one page report show in the ways that masculine ideology can be toxic for boys and men. The report highlights what it deems particular constellation of beliefs about masculinity that play a demonstrable role in things like anti-semite, misogyny and violence. So, of course, the Christian leaders have been freaking the fuck out about it inter Albert Muller who rose from the grave to become president of the southern Baptist. Fiala g seminary in Louisville Kentucky where he serves on the at what he entitled council on biblical manhood and womanhood, and he declared yesterday on his podcast, the AP as new guidelines can't quote, be honestly and consistently squared with any form of historical biblical Christianity. And to quote now, I've seen a number of atheists take issue with that statement. But I'm with them. I'm not saying you couldn't cherry pick the right biblical nuggets to fashion a form of Christianity is an imbued with toxic masculinity. I'm just saying nobody's bothered to. Do it yet where me and Muller diverge? Of course, is that he wants to reject the science base findings of professional psychologists about the healthiest ways to raise children. And I want to reject the ramblings of iron age shit munchers that endorsed rape and freak out one woman's head is visible. But seriously, how can you possibly argue that the Christian view of masculinity isn't toxic and quit before you answer. Let me introduce you to Steve laugh Amon director of Columbia Christian center for life and South Carolina who spent his Tuesday this week arguing that the state legislature shouldn't post a photo of the houses female caucus because quote, biblical doctrine of the headship of man disqualifies a woman from civil office and quote now to their credit, even the South Carolina state legislature new this Astle was going too far. So when he started this rant on the floor of the state house. They pushed back democratic state Representative Russell interrupted quickly moved to limit Latham's time to one minute starting two minutes ago. Of course, he couldn't do. So without. I defending the bible and all of this progressive attitudes about gender, but at least he shut the asshole down. And speaking of at least, I suppose it's worth reminding all the women stuck in the more Christian parts of the world that at least they're not stuck in the more Muslim parts. Our final story tonight comes out of Egypt where female student has allegedly been expelled from her Muslim university for the crime of publicly hugging her fiance..
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"And then Hindus E news tonight, the one hundred sixth Indian science, congress wrapped up earlier this week in Calcutta and their theme this year appeared to be those guys on the scathing atheists, don't make fun of Hinduism. Enough was amazed. God, okay. So to rectify that oversight. They spent the weekend spouting scientific inaccuracies on a level that would make a Texas school board blush. These included, but were not limited to a refutation of the findings of both Isaac Newton and Albert Einstein all all of their findings by apparently calculus is upon scheme. And gravity. Really pissed them off. Yeah. All right. If everyone tries to use gravity at the same time, the elephants load off the turtle who said the elephants lower serious serious. Math was being an asshole. I love that some guy obviously was like, hey, Hindu, boss. I was just reading the worst of Einstein looking for you know, what we disagree with because we're Hindu. And I cannot read the works Feinstein. Denno just cut it all just cut off. Okay. Sounds just cutting. Yup. All goes wrong much. It's going up now or so other highlights from the esteem scientific body was a claim from the vice chancellor of undrawn university that the demon king Rama Yana, how did his disposal twenty four types of aircraft as evidenced by network of anxious landing strips in modern day. Sri Lanka was also. Yeah. There's also the clay by an Indian scientists that gravity doesn't exist. Thus those waves that everybody's all stoked about should probably be named nerve drum Mody waves after the nation's prime minister, gravity is bullshit anyway, but the gold medal in my opinion went to the head of a southern India university who used old Hindu text to argue that stem cell research was discovered in India thousands of years before Whitey figured it out. Do that's a clip from south park. Cartman made a Shakey's fetus, not real. And we eat braised the great shock rookie nailed it for now. Called shock rookie. So of course. We put this on video, and I should be clear here. Well, there are a lot of very serious scientists in India doing very serious science and well the Indian scientific congress association vociferously distance to sell from those remarks this is far from an isolated thing. Right. Many of criticized the administration of prime minister Narendra Modi for bringing pseudoscience into the mainstream by saying things like the cosmetic surgery was invented. In India thousands of years ago and offering up as his evidence been Nashes elephant had. Okay. I mean, we had Ted Danson way before they had Balkan Nash. So get what we don't think, you know. I don't think we did. And in oh, Canada news tonight. We've got some good news this week. We are happy to report that Rehoboth Muhammed, Al Coon, the eighteen year old who fled her family on vacation in hopes of escaping forced marriage, physical abuse n d very possible threat of death arrived safely in Canada as a refugee. Yeah. And Justin Trudeau is just waiting for her at baggage claim, and there is locked and they ran towards each other and slow motion chariots of fire started playing she threw her bags to the side and jumped into his loving embrace, and they kissed hard, and they kissed long the crowd went wild. Sorry. Sorry daydream. What? No, no. Let's let's let's play this out a little hurt. You'll be here. And then we went on a ten them bicycle ride. You slipped up and said we now. You had me when it was wrong. Remember the dirty dancing? The big lifts he does lift for me dancer. Hey, fun. Fact about dirty dancing that movie is about a child. Right. But. Note. So for those of you who haven't for she's fifteen so for those of you followed the story, according to self. She skipped Bangkok by slipping away from her family while on vacation in Kuwait. She didn't barricaded herself in her room and took to Twitter to ask for asylum. Holy shit low. So take a second to appreciate the kind of desperation..
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"Every single Palestinian person asked if they could please please please be treated like a Christian rioter from. Sadly as they were asking they got too close to the fence. And so all of them are killed by a sniper pretty but to honor their last request. They did douse their bodies in tear-gas afterwards, though. Yeah. The lowly ceremony. The protesters were claiming that the government should have already forced the state funded museum to remove the sculpture claiming this would have already happened if they weren't from a religious minority group, according to one of the protesters, quote, if they put up a sculpture of Hitler with a tourist Grohl the government would immediately respond and quote leading many to wonder who do they think Ronald McDonald is. Yeah. I mean, either they are super anti fast food or like sue fruit pro. Hey. Among clear. But online these protesters are missing the whole point of the artwork. It's obviously making fun of McDonald's and making fun of corporatism more than anything else. I mean, if the artists wanted to mock Christianity, there's a lot of things you could do he'd have a Ronald McDonald sculpture dressed as a priest getting blown by kid or something like that. What? Well, except his dick is a burger and the could be missing a foot from diabetes something like that, which I'm sure heath would also hang in his home. Yeah. And sorry last thing below the bottom line Arab Christians in Israel move. You should move. Elsewhere would be the smart move. Not not great for you there. And in Falwell and thanks for all the fish news. President of liberty university and villain too cartoonish for Disney caught national attention this week for failing to catch any of the softballs the Washington Post through him in spite of the fact that he was lying in a swimming pool of catcher mitts at the time. Okay. I've I've questions. Shoot. So first of all the softball. Question thing is about hitting this off. Russ off all. Wester to catch a baseball. But either way your idea of an easy catch scenario. Do I have this? Right. You think it'd be easy to catch something if you were lying down at a full catcher's mass. That's the spent so long on that 'have. So. Yes. What we we'll do this sports analogies. Stay in your lane is their water in the pool. Bowling bowling. See I can do sport. Cowboys. Now, we could dedicate an entire headlined segment help probably the entire episode to the variety of stupid and evil things that Jerry Falwell junior said in this interview from saying there was literally nothing Donald Trump could do to lose the support of himself and his fellow evangelical hand waving Donald Trump's adultery away the post might as well published an article about how LA LA LA Mr. falwell's couldn't hear us LA LA LA, oh, he's answer on that. One was basically, you don't know you Mitt Romney coulda murdered somebody with that dog. And he was just hosing away the evidence on your fucking third star on your voice back right now, you could be you could be under the table. Exact. However, if a have to pick my favorite and most bizarrely, honest moment from the internet. It would be where we'll just drops all the pretense of giving a fuck about poor people and says the following real quote live Americans been able to do more to help people in need around the world than any other country in history because of free enterprise freedom, ingenuity, entrepreneurism and wealth poor person. Never gave anyone job poor person. Never gave anybody charity not of any real volume. Just common sense to me and quote, not adding Moja. Who'll just a small thing Jerry junior little reminder. I think it was a poor person who died for all the sins of humanity. Jesus Christ maybe heard of him fucking halfway between. Gordon, gecko Andy lies character there. But to be fair. He's right. I mean, if poor people could give out jobs and provide vast sums of charitable contribution, this country would be filled with churches or something. If I wrote a line like that for my character. It would be too broad. We'd be like no come on. Let's have like take it too high like about eating them. So yeah. Welcome to post two thousand sixteen everybody where bad guys don't even bother to Lyon anymore next week when we cover. Pope Francis interview, where he says, I let kids get raped, and I don't even feel bad about it finger guns finger..
"manna" Discussed on The Scathing Atheist
"And so he did and surprise surprise. The second is presented to a person who isn't actively trying to be convinced by somebody who is an overlooking. The flaws in the argument through motivated reasoning the argument falls apart. But since he never bothered to understand what he was saying. He doesn't know what to do. Then. Right. He doesn't comprehend the argument. He's making he's just memorized. The order of the word. So any competent rebuttal is too much for him to handle what he wanted was to say, the argument and drop the mic and leave? Us with our jaws on the fuck and floor. He very much did not want to hear a response, and I can say that with confidence because Eric and I both gave him multiple responses, and he actively failed to hear them. I mean, clearly, that's what the vast majority of Christian apologists want. Right. They don't want a discussion. They don't want an argument. They wanna magic fucking spell. They wanna wave their hands at front of our faces and say, these aren't the logical contradictions you're looking for and eliminate the outward expression of the doubt, they're trying to pretend they don't have an even without arguing with them. You can verify this just look at their marketing every fucking video Ray comfort does promises to turn an atheist into a Christian would just one simple question. He doesn't sell them a coherent thought for a coach in argument. He offers a simple question a grammatical elixir that will excise the eighth theism from anyone in an instant. Of course, when the favourite incantation fails their quivers empty, so they assume they must have gotten the word order wrong or something. And then they just repeat it. And they do so quick before their brain can internalize the objection, and if you're on the other end of that, right? Like once you realize what they're doing you have two options on how to respond you can either play along with this allusion of an honest exchange of ideas, or you can tell them to go fuck themselves in my experience, both avenues are equally effective. But one is way more fun. Talking. It was special within joining me for headlines tonight are slightly less Nambu Listrik people than me after our trip to Texas. He then writing ally Bosnich fellas are you ready to carry this show if I fall asleep mid headline so does who breeds deliver cocaine yet as checking your credit card statement, and we have one so no, no, they cut right? Yep. Well, in that case ought to get it the old fashioned way. So while.
Kathy Griffin reveals, through heartbreaking tweets, that mom Maggie is suffering from dementia
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1st year of Nevada marijuana sales smokes expectations
"Twelve hundred w. o. AI and at a. Time when many local governments are finding ways. To generate. Revenue some with increased taxes money's dripping into the laps of the state of Nevada thanks to a, newfound source like manna from heaven marijuana or is it Nevada regulators say the first year of legalized marijuana has exceeded their wildest, expectations sales tax collections already surpassing year end, projection By, twenty-five percent a half billion dollars in sales, seventy million in new tax. Money twenty five million for schools but Nevada's. For responsible drug policies say they're celebrating marijuana. Sales it isn't as though SAT scores are increasing at Churchill county high, school principal said student marijuana use has, tripled in his, district, medical marijuana patients can't get as many high potency products because the dispensaries can't sell them recreationally and tourists, have no place to go to consume marijuana legally breaking news on the hour. At the half and anytime at w. LA dot com, brought to you by comfort, air engineering the garden show with Bill Roedy and David Rodriguez coming. Your way next on NewsRadio twelve hundred.
Career Criminal Charged In Yarmouth Police Officer Murder Held Without Bail
"Manna charged with accusing or man accused of killing a copy yesterday and the cape being held without bail today i'm jim phillips wbz sm news a man charged with killing a massachusetts police officer serving an arrest warrant has been held without bail after pleading not guilty to murder thomas latina which made a brief appearance in barnstable district court today the judge says she would appoint a lawyer for the man authorities described as a career criminal police say the twenty nine year old latina which shot yarmuth canine officer sean gannon on thursday while he and other officers were serving an arrest warrant at a home in barnstable sean gannon being remembered on the south coast after he was killed in the line of duty in barnstable yesterday gannon spent his youth in new bedford attending saint mary's all saints catholic school before graduating from bishop stang high school in dartmouth in two thousand three former class mate and friend father riley williams of saint francis xavier parish and a cushion tells w b s news he was obviously shocked upon hearing the news but he takes solace knowing that gannon had a deep rooted faith on race somebody dedicated to the higher principles of life family to his hauling of the police officer and so if something a person of faith they just think he wrote the first part of the story so well and so we just have the pen over to god right now and let him finish it up john mitchell also expressed his condolences on facebook saying sean represented the very best of new bedford and the prayers of our city a with his family and with the town of yarmouth is they are the sudden loss of this arolla young man governor charlie baker is signed into law the most extensive overhaul of massachusetts criminal procedures and decades the new law makes changes to everything from the states bail system to the use of solitary confinement and you.