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How Democrats Rigged a Presidential Election with Mollie Hemingway

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:48 min | Last week

How Democrats Rigged a Presidential Election with Mollie Hemingway

"But kind of walk through some of the things that you found in researching this because this is one of the most under research topics in the history of news. You have the entire news media just not just uninterested, but they're invested in making sure you don't talk about it. Exactly right. So one of the things that I think is very interesting is that the same democratic operative who ran the Russia lie. That was the lie that Donald Trump stole the 2016 election by colluding with Russia. His name is Mark Elias. He was at Perkins cooey which is this big democratic firm. He recently left to start his own firm at more money and have more power and control. And he was the one that funneled the secretive Russia lie. That was where Hillary Clinton paid for opposition research. It was just inventions, lies, that Donald Trump was planning to steal the 2016 election and that he did steal the 2016 election. They actually have kept it going, this entire time. His name is Marc Elias. He's also the guy who ran the democratic operation to change all voting laws leading up to the 2020 election. And that meant different things in different states. So that could be about watering down the integrity of mail in balloting, that could be expanding the period of time in which you vote so that you're not really sure how many people voted or when they have to get their ballots in by. And he has this array of different groups that he works with, whether they're democratic operatives or nonprofit nonpartisan groups that are actually just kind of arms of the Democratic Party, who would have them file lawsuits. And so it was just this wide ranging operation to weaken the integrity of the election system. And because of COVID, you know, this is something that he had been wanting to do for decades, but because of COVID, suddenly all these judges or other people were more amenable

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Byram gets first NHL goal, Avalanche beat Blackhawks 4-2

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last week

Byram gets first NHL goal, Avalanche beat Blackhawks 4-2

"The avalanche scored three times in the game's first nine minutes opening their season with the fortitude decision over the Blackhawks that early advantage made things easy for netminder Darcy Kemper who made thirty two saves in his Colorado debut a lot of fun to finally play a real game of this group sh you know a lot of talent in this locker room so it's fun to be a part of them are always fun to have to start off with a big win with the season I'm just going to keep building now Jack Johnson Gabriel Landeskog and Bowen Byram each beat Marc Andre Fleury to give the avs the early three nothing lead well Nazim Kadri added a fourth goal in the second period much to the delight of the sellout crowd at ball arena Bruce Morton Denver

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Michael Sussmann Met With Clinton Campaign Officials Two Days Before FBI Opened Investigation on Trump

The Dan Bongino Show

01:51 min | Last month

Michael Sussmann Met With Clinton Campaign Officials Two Days Before FBI Opened Investigation on Trump

"But folks make no mistake. Michael Sussman was not a low level player here. Michael Sussman was a mid to high level lawyer with deep connections in the DNC to Marc Elias to Jake Sullivan, who is the current national security advisor for Joe Biden used to work with the Clinton campaign. Oh, yeah. And with deep ties to Hillary Clinton herself. It's not a small level player. Yeah, I'd like to see Comey prosecuted. I'd like to see uh, the rest of the liars prosecuted as well. But don't brush this off either. Let's go through some of the take aways the indictment and I have to ask the question again. When does when does this guy flip Sussman and start giving up information on what the Clinton campaign knew? And what Hillary knew ourselves? Because when he does this is going to get grab your partner. Grab your popcorn, popcorn eating guy Giffey on social media. You know the Michael Jackson one they have from the thriller video. They see that you see that if you're on social media No, I'm talking about Let's go to take away number one from this indictment because it's these are some gemstones in here number one from the indictment from yesterday, for example, it says on or about July 29 2016. Sussman, the lawyer and another campaign lawyer from the Clinton campaign, met with personnel from the U. S investigative firm and their office. We're assuming that's fusion GPS. Sussman build this time to the Clinton campaign for this. Why is this interesting? And just said Sussman meant subsequent met on July 29th. With fusion, GPS and Clinton campaign lawyers July 29 2016. Why is that interesting? What about that date is interesting. Oh, yes. That's just two days before the FBI opens up the investigation at the Donald Trump called Crossfire Hurricane, which is open July 31st 2016. Just the just the big quickie dig,

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Dallas Mavericks Sign Free Agent Frank Ntilikina

Chad Ford's NBA Big Board

01:05 min | Last month

Dallas Mavericks Sign Free Agent Frank Ntilikina

"The mass have a whole new front office in a whole new coaching staff. With jason kidd coming in. So i think there will be at least some sort of honeymoon. I don't know exactly. How long is all these new key. Figures get used to each other. But you're you're absolutely right. I mean dallas had big ambitions in free agency. They wanted to get kyle lowry. They thought lowry would be an ideal fit next deluca given his defense leadership being an old head the way and still shoot it lowry. They thought was ideal. Lowery went to miami forced his way there in a sign and trade and dallas's moves have also been just of the around the edges variety bringing in reggie bullock. I reported this week that they're close to signing frank ntilikina. That should happen but the mavs have not been able to make the splashy move and really. They're splashing move is going to have to be. Can they get kristaps porzingis. Back to the level he was playing at in the walt disneyworld bubble before he he sustained the second major knee injury of his

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Marc Elias Connected to Dark Money Network While Funding Liberal Intiatives

Mark Levin

01:43 min | Last month

Marc Elias Connected to Dark Money Network While Funding Liberal Intiatives

"Joe Shop Stall. Fox News, a top Democratic lawyer. Uses a massive dark money network to push voting rights so called and restricting lawsuits across the country. A setup that a government watchdogs say will provide nearly unlimited funding. Marc Elias, who has become one of the most influential liberal attorneys in Washington, recently departed the Perkins Coy law firm to start the Elias Law Group. But he did most of his dirty work in my opinion while he was with this firm Elias is firm will focus on electing Democrats supporting voter rights and help progressives make change, according to a Perkins. Press release, but before departing the heavyweight firm Used by an extensive list of powerful Democratic politicians. Alas, position himself with summer groups tied to a dark money juggernaut. That would help in efforts to push back against the likes of voter ID. And restricting lawsuits across America. Now. Elias in July 2020 registered Democracy Docket LLC, a site dedicated to acting as a hub for opinion, advocacy and information on voting rights, elections and redistricting. Virginia business records show. As part of the efforts Democracy docket Legal fund led by Elias was created. The legal fund is a fiscally sponsored project of the Hopewell Fun Look at all the layers. A nonprofit managed by Washington consulting firm Arabella Advisors. Eric Bella managed funds Act as a conduit for deep pocketed liberal donors to stealthily bankroll numerous left wing groups.

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All Terrorist Organizations Have One Thing in Common: Their Hatred for America

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:02 min | Last month

All Terrorist Organizations Have One Thing in Common: Their Hatred for America

"We are back with. Marc morgan of the trump administration now the heritage foundation and with a fair mark. Let's focus we've done one hypothetical with regards to the refugees. Enough ghanistan could have exploited by jihadists. Let's talk about the obvious thing. If i'm a bad guy if i'm going to read team what the bad guys thinking and what they're preparing to do with a border regime is literally being dismantled since you were running it and since president trump started the wall. Find a bad guy. And i didn't get onto one of our c- seventeens. I'm just going to get myself to mexico and walk across the border and do terrorism here in in america is that is that out of the question. Nos nasa basha getting to look at intelligence community. If those there'd be an honest will tell you the same thing. Here's what we do know. All the rhetoric this ministration though saying that one terrorist organization how the fighting with one tears organization. That's all bunk because reality is all the terrorist organizations now fully operated freely in afghanistan. Have all one thing in common their hatred for america and their unwavering commitment to do us harm remains and so they're going to continue as they happen looking for every single vol- ability to do that mission to do us harm and right now. One of the biggest vulnerabilities that this country has is our southern border. You know let me give you just real quick because a couple of staff because forty fifty percent of resources have been pulled off the line to process the two hundred twelve thousand. Were getting every single large air. The borders are wide open. Unsecure this fiscal year alone estimate. I'm being conservative. Three hundred and forty thousand. God always think about that sebastian. Three hundred forty thousand. God always illegal aliens that made a passer frontline defense and made their way into this country every town city state among them are criminals gang members etc. But also keep in mind with support of that. Is we've apprehended a hundred digital from one hundred forty different countries and this year. Fourteen apprehensions of folks beyond the fbi's terrorist screening database. Think about

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Marc Bernier, Conservative Talk Radio Host Who Opposed Vaccinations, Dies After 3-Week COVID-19 Battle

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:13 min | Last month

Marc Bernier, Conservative Talk Radio Host Who Opposed Vaccinations, Dies After 3-Week COVID-19 Battle

"You got a lot of emails and calls from friends and even family who heard the news about the death of marc bernier. Mark was really popular a legendary radio host really in daytona beach. I was aware of his career as a lot. A lot of people who listened to him over the years. Here's the way. The guardian characterizes his death over the weekend at the age of sixty five. He died of a headline florida radio. Host who called himself. Mr anti vacs dies of kovic one thousand nine hundred conservative radio host from florida who criticized corona virus vaccination efforts before contracting. Kobe himself has died when bernier was hospitalized. Three weeks ago. The operations manager of the station told local media. If you've listened to his show you've heard him talk about how anti vaccine he is on the air. In fact back in december mark told one of his guests about the vaccine. I'm not taking it. Are you kidding me. Mr anti vacs jeepers. He died saturday night after battling kobe. Apparently for three weeks he was hospitalized. The first week of august and of course as expected the vile left mocked. His death actually celebrated his death on social media monitoring trolls and ugly vile comments about natural selection. And what a dummy he was. And i had friends asked me mike. He's in your profession. Obviously you disagreed with his decision. So what do you make. Why do you take your show and instruct people to get the vaccine. One of my friends said. And i said of course not. I can't do that anymore than i can tell you what your diet should be or what. What other meds you should be taking. What kind of antidepressant pills. You should take or what kind of. I'm not in a position to tell another human being what they should do with their body.

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Cobra Kais Tanner Buchanan Talks About Starring Opposite TikTok Star

The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin

01:53 min | 2 months ago

Cobra Kais Tanner Buchanan Talks About Starring Opposite TikTok Star

"Are you. I am good. How are you. I'm good so the second time or meeting. We met brad. Mtv movie tv awards. Tv awards whatever they call them now and then you you a without us and then you were talking about this movie and now everyone's going to see it. Yes i i think it's always a little nerve wracking Obviously you know because it is a remake and everything. You want to make everybody happy. So and you're kind of I'm putting my own spin on una character that everybody knows in love so i gotta make sure that. I just hope i did it. Justice in everybody's happy with it. So yeah it's a little nerve wracking so let's talk about the original. Have you seen the original. When signed it had has that cult classic thing but not everyone is seeing the original. She's all that so. Had you seen the original before you signed on. Yeah yeah so. I actually well i watch. Rahm comes romantically. That's my thing usually. That's what i usually consume on a daily basis multiple times. And then obviously i tried sue. Make sure that. I you know i had the essence of it going into it so i watched it. I can't remember. It was like four or five times Just to make sure just to cover all my bases you know rose picking up on every little thing that could op- up in our script In like i said try to make everybody happy on giving fans of the original but also people coming in that have no clue it. She's all that news. Make them fans of it so they can go back and watch the originals

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'Free Guy' to Test the Box Office This Weekend

The Morning Show with Nikki Medoro

00:50 sec | 2 months ago

'Free Guy' to Test the Box Office This Weekend

"Marc Mero says the free guy releases a big deal in Hollywood. Yeah, right. We just heard Jason Nathan's unmentioned that that movie is going to be very popular one in theaters, But he also mentioned that it is exclusively in theaters and the movie industry's keeping a close eye on that film released As a barometer of what to expect during the Covid resurgence. Disney is that their movie Free Guy. It's produced 1/20 Century studios and is an original concept film that is being released exclusively in theaters starting today. The action comedy movie stars Ryan Reynolds and Jodie Comer. It'll give Hollywood a chance to analyze ticket sales with fewer variables where people comfortable in cinemas was marketing and word of mouth buzz enough to get people to venture out. We will know by Monday,

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'Respect' Is an Earnest Aretha Franklin Tribute Movie

Pop Culture Happy Hour

01:09 min | 2 months ago

'Respect' Is an Earnest Aretha Franklin Tribute Movie

"Is what you might call a bio-pics bio pic. It takes about the first. Half of. Aretha franklin's life dramatizes. It step by step as she builds her talent in her father's church and then carves out her place in music history. And yes as is common in films like this. There is trauma. There is a troubled family history and there is a marriage to a man who should never have been let anywhere near her career. In addition to forest whittaker and marlon wayans the cast includes audra mcdonald as aretha. Franklin's mother and marc maron as record. Mogul jerry wexler. Hudson performs a lot of franklin's hits including respect chain of fools and natural woman she also takes on the gospel and the standards and even more of franklin's enviable range written by tracey scott wilson kelly corey and directed by lisa tommy. It's a long and admiring

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How the Green New Deal Harms America With Author Marc Morano

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:06 min | 2 months ago

How the Green New Deal Harms America With Author Marc Morano

"Talking to the author of green fraud. Y the green. New deal is even worse than you think. Mark moreno is the author bestselling author of the politically incorrect guide to climate. Change the forwards by mark stein mark. You've been around this World for a while most americans. You know they're trying to live their lives. They care about the environment. You know we all we all care about these things. What is it that that has made folks like just speed off of the cliff because some of the things that there's adjusting. Everyone knows it's crazy. So who's buying into this. How is it. That biden is buying into this well. Let's become a mantra of a progressive democratic party. You have to be all in on the climate agenda. It's there's no. There's no way any major democratic candidate for president and senator congressman could ever descend on. This is in the old days the thirty years ago. You had the pro-life democrats on this. There's no there's no big tent on climate or energy on the democratic party so they're all in lockstep in the most devastating thing about this during trump's Two thousand nine hundred ninety second third year second year of trump's presidency with his policies we achieve for the first time since nineteen fifty two and harriet. Sooner was president. American energy dominance more energy exports than imports more energy less energy consumption and production. We were producing more. We were the world's largest oil and gas producer. We were booming. No more need for endless wars in the middle east no more need for oil from venezuela the middle east noah noah to rely on russia. Don't have to rely on it now because degree new deal solar panel windmills and electric car batteries. We're going to be relying on chinese rare earth mining using slave labor in china and also Human rights violations of chinese own minds in africa. It's lose lose. Lose all the way across america which makes it a love. Love love for the progressive agenda because it harms

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The Climate Change Debate Has Been Invaded by Identity Politics

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:58 sec | 2 months ago

The Climate Change Debate Has Been Invaded by Identity Politics

"It's so quaint when you look at gore but his film came out in two thousand six. He talked about polar bears and sea level and carbon dioxide. He talked about the carbon taxes and cap and trade. Now the whole climate debate has more to nuttiness. it's complete whacking they. People are worried about whether vehicle staffs are going to go up barroom brawls whether rapes are going to go up whether we'll have too many headed kids or not enough headed kids now. Nasa scientists are coming out saying that climate change is caused by white supremacy. And until we get rid of white supremacy. we're never going to get rid of extractive. Ill energy supply that driving the climate crisis so now the entire climate debate debate has been invaded by identity politics. I have a whole chapter in the book on the wacky of identity politics. You wanna solve climate change today. Forget about carbon taxes they want you to define the police and we have green new deal activists who want to abolish police. That's the new climate

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"marc" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:41 min | 2 months ago

"marc" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"It out. Hey there folks. This is the tax show as you know on this program. I never want to talk about anything. Controversial were all about unity on this program. We don't talk about vaccines. We don't talk about the election fraud. We don't talk about those things. We want to unify and today in that spirit. I'm interviewing marc morano He has a book out called green fraud and he means that in the best way green fraud quite the green deal is even worse than you think. Marc morano welcomed the program. Thank you erica. I'm happy to be here today. Appreciate it the green new deal. When i heard about it the first time i remember it was like when i heard about defunding police. You thought there are some things that are so astronomically silly that there's no way to comprehend them seriously. You just think that person's crazy and no one will take it seriously and then you find out. Maybe you're wrong. We're living in really crazy times. That's the headline mark moreno because the green new deal is just it's mind-bending it's mind-bending to me that anyone could take it seriously but but talk to us about it. You've written a book called green fraud. Y. is this even worse than we think. Well the green new deal implies number one that we have climate emergency climate crisis that we have twelve years by which to act. And the clock's ticking. I think we're down to just a little over ten years now. Another one of these tipping points and by the way in the book i trace the first climate tipping point to eighteen sixty four where we were warned of climatic excess unless we did something so these tipping points have been around for centuries literally but the green new deal even if we faced a climate emergency. They claim which we don't. We don't even face really measurable climate implants by mankind. I mean that's the thing is hundreds of factors that influence the climate. You can't distinguish him. From natural variability. we probably warmer during the period. When jesus was on earth with when during the time jesus christ was born and medieval warming period. We were probably warmer according to peer reviewed studies waiting till the world's end around that time in the middle ages red that what do you mean by end. Didn't they have some kind of a climate disaster wiped out the population actually Maybe not because here we are. I gotta tell you. I remember hearing this kind of stuff in the eighties in college these predictions. That were just you know really dire predictions and then time would pass. Nothing would happen and nobody would mention it again. So you do get a little bit like the boy crying wolf but what you just said to me. The most important piece is that no matter what the weather is doing You're saying that it's simply not a fact that human activity is the main cause. So what a lot of these people are screaming about. They make it sound like. We're all doing something that we could change. And that would solve the problem and we. We don't know that so they're asking us to spend many many billions trillions of dollars to do something without a clear outcome. Isn't that really the main point yeah. I mean the gist to this whole time. climate movement. If humans are driving this catastrophe we have to act. You have senators like chuck schumer. Who said it had. We done more on climate. These hurricanes wouldn't be as bad. Here's what i mean by. There's.

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Is There a Climate Crisis?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:56 min | 2 months ago

Is There a Climate Crisis?

"The green new deal implies number one that we have climate emergency climate crisis that we have twelve years by which to act. And the clock's ticking. I think we're down to just a little over ten years now. Another one of these tipping points and by the way in the book i trace the first climate tipping point to eighteen sixty four where we were warned of climatic excess unless we did something so these tipping points have been around for centuries literally but the green new deal even if we faced a climate emergency. They claim which we don't. We don't even face really measurable climate implants by mankind. I mean that's the thing is hundreds of factors that influence the climate. You can't distinguish him. From natural variability. we probably warmer during the period. When jesus was on earth with when during the time jesus christ was born and medieval warming period. We were probably warmer according to peer reviewed studies waiting till the world's end around that time in the middle ages red that what do you mean by end. Didn't they have some kind of a climate disaster wiped out the population actually Maybe not because here we are. I gotta tell you. I remember hearing this kind of stuff in the eighties in college these predictions. That were just you know really dire predictions and then time would pass. Nothing would happen and nobody would mention it again. So you do get a little bit like the boy crying wolf but what you just said to me. The most important piece is that no matter what the weather is doing You're saying that it's simply not a fact that human activity is the main cause. So what a lot of these people are screaming about. They make it sound like. We're all doing something that we could change. And that would solve the problem and we. We don't know that so they're asking us to spend many many billions trillions of dollars to do something without a clear outcome. Isn't that really the main point

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"marc" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

07:52 min | 2 months ago

"marc" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"To the eric metaxas. Show with your host eric. Metaxas ladies and gentlemen as promised we keep yacking yacking about food for the poor. You like to know. Hey who runs that organization. Well we tracked him down. He wasn't easy to find. But his name is ed rains. And these right here at welcome to the program. So much erica. Great be on your show. Of course i'm lying. You were very easy to find. It was you who found me. But i want to ask you. How long have you been ahead of food for the poor because you're a fairly recent addition to this long-standing organization yes i've been here almost four years but as presidency out since the beginning of twenty twenty so Where are you from originally ed. Well i started off life. I've grown up in london and came to college in the us and never left. So allie. let you've got a little bit of that English accent there. Well look i'm on. My audience already knows about food for the poor but let's for those who don't who might be tuning in right now. I have to say there are almost no organizations that we work with way we do with you. Guys see us is the only one that's popped into my mind that people that we have vetted not just we the metaxas show but the entire salem radio network from mike gallagher to the next mayor of california larry elder to hughhewitt to my dear dear friend. Dennis prager we believed in the work. You're doing at food for the poor and the way you do it. Feeding the poorest of the poor in the world haiti other places so we really believe in you and periodically we partner with you. We're doing that with this month. Obviously and so. I want to say before we even get into the conversation. Folks you go to my website. It's radio website. Metaxas talk dot com. You'll see the banner all the exciting details. Are there eric. Metaxas dot com my website. Metaxas talk dot com. Is the radio website since we talk on the radio. And if you want to call the numbers eight four four eight six three eight four eight six three hope. So ed rain Tell us what are we looking at right. Now you've been the head of food for the poor since roughly this horrific pandemic messed with the world's economy and everything. So what's going on right now. Well thanks eric. I mean one of the things we have to say is that the kovin hit that we saw in the us has been replicated in the seventeen countries that we support around the caribbean and latin america. And just as we saw the food crisis has been the number one problem. People suddenly finding themselves without work and in many of the countries the devaluation of their currency is also ensured that they are faced with limited access to food and the food they can find us at a great cost so that burden is greater than and then you know we're in the business of the sort of helping from a relief anyway so you add in what we typically expect in a given year with the hurricanes and the flooding and so forth so you know think about las gio cova going on and then those two hurricanes. It slammed into central america. We were that to provide support but it is This is a a moment in time where we are very concerned for the countries that were supporting food. Is the number one problem. Well it's hard again for america. There's always a challenge because we are so blessed in this nation. Even the poorest people in this nation have ways to get food so the idea that there are people struggling who don't have the most basic medicine are dying for one of medicine that none of us would ever think about having a problem getting. That's why you all are doing what you're doing. How many years food for the poor been doing this kind of thing. But it's thirty nine years and you're quite right. I mean the medicines are a part of our program. We pawn with organizations to provide us with medicines and medical supplies. And and when you think about the plight of someone in extreme poverty multiple needs so we talk about. You know all all of those whether it's food it's access to water. It's shelter housing now. We built eighty five thousand homes through the generosity of donors over thirty nine years in in many of those countries about nine of those countries. But all of these things press upon the problems of poverty and so try to be able to provide a full array of solutions for those people is is imperative. We always start with food. That's why food for the poor. That's how we began but we've very quickly realized that a full array of solutions was was required. Imagine what it's like. If you absolutely have nothing i mean we talk about you. Know relative poverty within the us and there are many services that help those in extreme. Need here in this country but that safety net just is not present in the countries. We're talking about so if somebody doesn't act on their behalf. Nothing's going to happen. It's an amazing thing. Because in this country the united states we have the luxury of arguing which is better the public sector or the private sector should government. Be doing this shoot Private individuals be almost common goal that we argue about how to get it done and there are countries where it's not even a thought that the government would get it done. The governments tend to be tremendously corrupt. They couldn't care less about the poor and their misery. They don't have a christian worldview. In america even pagans have a christian worldview when it comes to the poor they don't know where it came from but of course it comes out of the bible caring for those who can't care for themselves feeding those who are hungry basic ideas for for centuries and in countries like haiti as describing and others. The governments are so broken down. There's a kind of anarchy and a misery and it would be wonderful if we can come in there and revive the entire nation. But we can't do that but the people are there they are suffering in what we can do is what food for the poor does. So it's just a beautiful. Tell us also. I mean i know i keep telling my audience that for one hundred dollars a you need. Somebody would feed three kids for six months. That's how you leverage the american dollars which is nothing less than astonishing. I mean when somebody things one hundred eleven dollars. It's nothing to american and then you think it can feed three starving kids for six months. So how is it. That food for the poor can do those types of things. Well a several salaries when you think about how we're set up. We have extensive logistics distribution capability. That's how we get the relief for the containers. It's usually about four thousand containers a year. Get set out to these countries and the most important part of the equation is how we use the churches in these countries. So it is really are sort of secret sauce. If you want to say it that way christian ministry here works through those churches all denominations and we're able to distribute through those churches. of course. it's you know the judge isn't charging to do this. And that's getting to more people through that network. I mean in in haiti alone. We have three thousand outlets for the distribution that we that we start off two warehouses they go to fourteen distribution centers and those distributions.

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CDC: Data Shows Vaccinated People Can Spread the Delta Variant

Glenn Beck

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

CDC: Data Shows Vaccinated People Can Spread the Delta Variant

"The delta variant at the same rate as the unvaccinated. The White House is trying to make sure that people who are vaccinated don't spread variants of this virus to those people who have yet to get the shot. The CDC, of course, dealing with all this new guidance that's been coming out ever since. The Delta variant has really dominated what's going on in hospitals nationwide. It's essentially recommending millions of people, regardless of vaccination status. Now we're mass endorsed. But remember, this is not a federal order. Instead, it's up to states and individual cities to decide how to proceed. The CDC says its recommendation was updated to ensure the vaccinated public would not unknowingly transmit the virus to others, including their unvaccinated or immuno compromised. Loved ones. Foxes Marc MEREDITH and

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Biden and Democrats Were the Original Anti-Vaxxers, Anti-Mask Wearers

Mark Levin

01:54 min | 3 months ago

Biden and Democrats Were the Original Anti-Vaxxers, Anti-Mask Wearers

"I'm not an anti vax. I know they're out there. And of course they accuse you of this. They're the Anti-vaxxers as I recall all last summer. No, I'm not going to trump and I don't trust him. You know, I'm not going to be vaccine so forth, and now they embrace the trump vaccines like there's no tomorrow. You realize this folks? But for operation Warp speed and President Trump and his entire team His outstanding team that was mocked and mocked and mocked. Including by Quack quack Fauci. I mean, ultimately. We wouldn't have these vaccines as soon as we did. What would Joe Biden be doing now? Have you ever seen incompetence like this before in your life? With such a serious matter. On Donald Trump's watch were hit with this virus. The big issue is Don't call it the China virus. Why? Well, but then you're racist. What came from China? That's right. So he spent weeks on that The outbreak happens in Nancy Pelosi's running around Chinatown in San Francisco and terror. He follow me. Don't hide, Then the number one man. Infectious disease man. Don't wear a mask. I'm sitting there with my medical student. Step daughter and my wife and I said, Okay, we're getting masks. What do you mean, Marc? I'm no doctor. But if he says, don't get a mess, that means we're getting mess. Why? How many surgeons Conduct surgery without a mess.

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President Trump Would've Defeated COVID-19 by Now Compared to Biden

Mark Levin

01:54 min | 3 months ago

President Trump Would've Defeated COVID-19 by Now Compared to Biden

"I'm not an anti vax. I know they're out there. And of course they accuse you of this. They're the Anti-vaxxers as I recall all last summer. No, I'm not going to trump and I don't trust him. You know, I'm not going to be vaccine so forth, and now they embrace the trump vaccines like there's no tomorrow. You realize this folks? But for operation Warp speed and President Trump and his entire team His outstanding team that was mocked and mocked and mocked. Including by Quack quack Fauci. I mean, ultimately. We wouldn't have these vaccines as soon as we did. What would Joe Biden be doing now? Have you ever seen incompetence like this before in your life? With such a serious matter. On Donald Trump's watch were hit with this virus. The big issue is Don't call it the China virus. Why? Well, but then you're racist. What came from China? That's right. So he spent weeks on that The outbreak happens in Nancy Pelosi's running around Chinatown in San Francisco and terror. He follow me. Don't hide, Then the number one man. Infectious disease man. Don't wear a mask. I'm sitting there with my medical student. Step daughter and my wife and I said, Okay, we're getting masks. What do you mean, Marc? I'm no doctor. But if he says, don't get a mess, that means we're getting mess. Why? How many surgeons Conduct surgery without a mess.

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"marc" Discussed on Golden Edge - Vegas Golden Knights Hockey

Golden Edge - Vegas Golden Knights Hockey

06:42 min | 3 months ago

"marc" Discussed on Golden Edge - Vegas Golden Knights Hockey

"This city in this franchise on the hockey map because of who he is and the way that he plays. Yeah before turn the page. A little bit i mean. Do you have a personal favorite. Marc andre fleury moments or interaction Four years of covering him. Ha ha new idea. But it's not safe for work. So i'm gonna try to tell the story but i have to admit it so the very first year after they swept the kings in the playoffs. There was you know a few days of off time off days. There only a couple of us that were standing around mark grungy flurries locker and we were asking him questions and you know one of the things. I was trying to ask him about and learn about really. Was you know the difference between a regular goalie and a playoff goal and and guys who can kind of flip the switch and turn it on and you know at the time i think i didn't quite fully grass the difficulty that he had times in pittsburgh with sort of the playoff flurry in the criticism that he got there. He you know everything about marc. Andre fleury is so positive. And i asked about that night push them a little bit and he basically in so many words told me to get the bleep out of here and i did and i walked away and then he kinda shot another whatever at me about. You know. it wasn't good enough for you. You know holding the the kings. I think it was two four goals or something like that. In the in the four hundred remember seven goals whatever it was in that series that swept them in the and i just was stunned. Denied just stopped and was just kind of like i come so you know yes. Yeah yeah yeah but he came out in you saw like a completely different side sort of the side. You know we see a little bit. I'll let the saudi oil. You know our contract flurries got very foul mouth. And i love it like. He'll catch himself when he causes. It will apologize. But he's was mad at me and he was really. You know use legitimately angry and probably had a right to be. And i walked out a locker room that day and i felt really bad and i was kinda checking myself a little bit as a reporter in you know how i asked questions in how i approach subject and i was walking out of city. National arena and marc andre. Fleury happening me doing some photo stuff in a different area. And he walked right past me and stock me me right. In the eye of david i apologize. We talked for two minutes. And i apologized to him and told him i push them too hard on that. You know that that subject. And i understand than will always felt like we had a cool relationship and going forward. Maybe that had something to do with it now. Always love hearing him. Slip up in us and john f-bomb bomb or something like that in the locker room and get all sheepish. Shido feel bad about it by that. Just yeah that one story especially. I don't know why it always stuck with me. Just you know maybe it was kind of my welcome the nhl or something like that. But just to see kind of a different side of marc andre. Fleury you know a little of that competitive side in you know little of that. Will that that foul mouth has certainly as we do this podcast than i do. Radio stuff i have a bad now. I have to catch myself all the time. So i can certainly appreciate that about mark andre flooring that's just one rambling long story that i'll actually never forget. Yeah no yeah. That stirs perfect. I own a quick yet. Tell coupled for von here one. When you're i was trying to wrack my brain because you pops another story into my head. And i was at a road game once. I think he was one of the nearby ones. La or san jose anaheim. I wish i could remember. I don't And you know there's a couple reporters that were just talking to flurry after we wrapped up like his post availability whatever Someone had mentioned like. Hey weren't there like a lot of nights fan. Wasn't that cool influence that. Oh yeah. yeah and then. He asked the reporters that were there like. Hey please videotaped me like saying. Hey thanks for all your support fans. He wanted to get it out there. Any like stopped reported. Like k- know. Turn your cameras back on to make sure that i get this out there. Which is crazy by all time favourite. Marc andre fleury story is at one time i was in summerlin at a friend's birthday brunch and of course you know we were being very over the top You know obnoxious table. I think by friend had some silly hat on to indicate that it was his birthday. And we'd sung happy birthday for him so we just took everyone's attention in this nights brunch and right before we did that you know. I just notice out of the corner of my eye. Marc andre fleury and his family kind of you know just walked in sat down at a table and obviously had to be you know forced to listen to all of our lovely singing voices and i don't think he actually notice me or sauve that i was there but a little bit later after finishing happy birthday all of a sudden our waitress brings some drake's over to the table in mentioned like hey like these drinks have been purchased by someone the restaurant happy birthday and obviously we're perplexed like kind of confused like who would have done this and we can oppress the way channel bitch like book like whoever you know bought. These doesn't wanna say doesn't want it known that like goes in does this or whatever and so obviously is pretty easy connected dots Mark under clery bought my friend birthday drinks just because he happened to walk into the restaurant. We are at and saw that it was his birthday and decided to do like a super nice thing for him despite not knowing him at all or whatever. That's just what marc andre fleury..

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Marc-Andre Fleury Shocked About Trade to Blackhawks, Sources Say

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Marc-Andre Fleury Shocked About Trade to Blackhawks, Sources Say

"Athletic on their website or on their Twitter handle, says a source close to Marc Andre Fleury tells the athletic the goalie was totally shocked when finding out he was traded via Twitter, another source said Fleury Doesn't want to play with the Blackhawks. So what's next? For the 2021? There's no winner. I don't know why Stan Bowman one contact his agent before making a trade for a player like that. Hey, We've heard before you say If you don't play for Vegas, you may retire if we traded for you. Are you willing to play for us

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Blackhawks Acquire Goalie Marc-Andre Fleury in Trade With Golden Knights

Chicago's Afternoon News

00:20 sec | 3 months ago

Blackhawks Acquire Goalie Marc-Andre Fleury in Trade With Golden Knights

"Of the NHL's best gold senators, and raining visit Vezina Trophy winner Marc Andre Fleury, the Hawks making a trade with the Vegas Golden Knights. A statement from Hawks general manager Stan Bowman reads in part, quote. The entire organization is thrilled to have this future Hall of Famer on our team and his reputation of being an excellent teammate on and off the ice proceeds him. Eddie Goldman

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"marc" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

04:36 min | 3 months ago

"marc" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

"Working for dave mcdonald who was himself was encyclopedia of a genre and the stories that he likes to assign in the end the sort of mandate that he felt to both look forward into what was coming down the pike for science fiction and then look backward at the things that you know men stuff to him when he was growing up in this stuff that meant stuff his riders growing up and the idea that there was a there was a virtual in knowing as much as you could about the entirety. What science fiction and fantasy could be Was really really instructive for me. You know like i. I was exposed to a lot of things that were nearly one of sought out directors films and actors and and get a whole genres. And he'd have these these reference books on his shepherd is again. You could not go on the internet to look for things to have homes of of of guidance to be able to turn to turn back to end and it was. It was vital. I think for me as as both a young journalist and as a young would be creator of this stuff to be thrown into that deepened. Start log fangoria. They're still around. They are still around. they're still sort of kicking. Yeah you know to to as a as a hopeful filmmaker at some point to get to be reading stories about and so much of a fan going up process was about like how you make a makeup. How did he will to how. John carbonated deduct star. How like these small but incredibly inventive in smart movies were made by ambitious filmmakers working with next to nothing and how those things happened and so yeah that i spent three three almost four years in the star log van gogh ekos and And it was. It was very much graduate. School was part of history. I mean it really the growth of phantom definitely star log deserves and fangoria even today deserves a little bit of credit for keeping the fires burning a little bit. So i was really. I mean it's early. It impacted me. It kept my interest up all those years and then when the internet came of course now it's not a bit. You can go anywhere now. I ended up doing this. Could so there you go last. I gotta ask you you work on other people's projects having something like this your own that's gotta be a special ceiling and to see an idea that had come to life and literally jumped out of the pages gotta be very gratifying. You know it's it's that's the joy of of comics from me which is working tv. I love working. Tv in you know. There's always ambition to get my own. Tv shows off the air but the level of investment. That needs to be given for that. To happen is orders of magnitude higher than comic books. Like it's you've to get you know. Tens of hundreds of millions of dollars of somebody else's money that they're willing to spend to make a season of your tv show in a three or four hundred people who either need to collaborate on it or have some vested interest in it or have approvals or at all need to be in line to make the thing that you'd like to make whereas comics like five people like me and the publisher and the artist and the editor in the colors and that's kind of it and we all get on the same page. It's easy to get five people on the same page as opposed to five hundred people on the same page for

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"marc" Discussed on The Apprenticeship Way with Marc Alan Schelske

The Apprenticeship Way with Marc Alan Schelske

07:26 min | 1 year ago

"marc" Discussed on The Apprenticeship Way with Marc Alan Schelske

"So we're going to talk about covid nineteen today particularly. We're going to talk about suffering and how it makes us feel and how that's connected to our spiritual journey but before we do that. I WANNA acknowledge that a lot of us are just struggling emotionally. I see it everywhere. I see it in my local community in my church and in the lives of people that I'm connected to online. There's a lot of big feelings going around. Some of us are reactive in ways. We just didn't expect angry when we didn't plan on being angry grieving just sad crying unexpectedly when we didn't we didn't think we had reason to be some of us are taking these feelings out on the people that we love what we're in the middle of a crazy situation. Our feelings are running wild and so I want to offer to resources. That might be of help to you. Now if you're a hands on learner self starter that I want to suggest a untangled workbook. This is a guided journal process. That will teach you how to sit with your difficult emotions. Not just to make them go away. That's not the goal but to notice them understand where they're coming from what might be behind them and what you can do to process them. Respond in an appropriate way and move on now. The first thirty pages of the notebook will teach you the basics of how emotions work in our brains and our body so that you understand this is what's happening inside of you when you're feeling anxious or afraid and then the rest of the workbook is a template that will walk you through a process of noticing your emotion identifying what might be behind it so that you can respond and helpful healing ways and then that template is repeated ten times so that you can practice with a number of different situations maybe have a fight with your significant other and it got really out of Control. It blew up beyond what it should have. Well you can take that and walk through it step by step to understand what happened why you felt the way you felt and how you can respond and then as you practice those skills you'll become more able to do in the moment therapists locally here in Portland and even around. The country are using this workbook with their clients. And they're finding it really helpful to learn more about it or pick up a copy at the link on the screen or in the show notes. Www DOT MARC Allen Chelsea dot com forward slash untangled workbook. Now if you're a visual or auditory learner than a workbook might not work for you. But I've got a different a different way to get the same kind of understanding about a year ago. I collaborated with a good friend of mine. Byron Taylor who's a trauma therapist and we created the UNTANGLED. Heart workshop is a one day. Live training focused on helping people understand and navigate their emotions. Now we're not doing live trainings. These days as you understand. No a lot of us are spending time on zoom and things like that well. We took the live training that we created. And we've put it online. You can do it at home while you're quarantined. According to your own schedule on your own device it's five hours of video training. It's guided journal questions that will help you. Process the material. A twenty three page downloadable note packet. That will lead you through the whole thing. You can do it all at your pace. You'll have access to it as long as the Internet is there and it will help you understand what's going on in your mind and your brain and body when you feel emotions and understanding where that stuff's coming from why it's getting amplified and what you can do about it to have more responsive mature healthy Reactions to what? You're feeling so if you want to learn more about that or check it out you can at the link on the screener in the show notes. Www DOT untangled course dot com. All right let's get to why we're here as I listened to people talk online in a news casts about cove nineteen in the pandemic. One word comes up over and over again unexpected. The pandemic is unexpected and all the consequences were seeing around. Us are unexpected and the government's responses unexpected. I think that's the wrong word. This should not have been unexpected. We live in a world where we can travel halfway around the globe in ours. We're connected via technology in ways that the human species has never experienced before most of our consumer goods here in America come from countries all around the world and we don't like delayed gratification. So we're not willing to wait. We're not willing to use some basic common sense. Safety Practices no coded nineteen is a direct result of the way that we have structured our lives and our world. We should've expected it. And honestly I think we should expect more pandemics like this in the future. I think this is a natural consequence of the way we're choosing to live but there have been a few aspects of this pandemic that have really been unexpected at least to me personally. Some of them have been kind of shocking. One of those is how taking reasonable safety measures has suddenly become controversial. People are angry like throwing temper. Tantrum fits at stores for requiring masks of customers. People are angry for being told to not go to their favorite beach town her mountain getaway even more strange to me. This has become a polarizing issue for churches and I did not say that coming as different states are sorting through their process for releasing restrictions and opening things back up. There are pastors and Church leaders declaring that if churches don't get back to meeting in person they're building it showing a lack of faith. It's showing an abandonment of our core mission is followers of Jesus and then other pastors are saying that if we go back to meeting in person too soon. It's a violation of Jesus Command to love our neighbors. I happen to be closer to that end of the spectrum. I don't want to be responsible for any one member of my congregation. Getting sick and passing that on to other vulnerable people. It's scary but then in addition to this polarization there's this whole other layer on top of it. The decisions that were making about what precautions to take. Which should objectively be about. Health are turning out to be about something else. Those decisions are becoming political. Even something as simple as wearing a mask which is an objective means to limit the spread of droplets. Right that is what mass do. They limit the spread of droplets. That's why medical professionals wear masks when they're doing surgery on you so the droplets from their breath don't get into your body transferring sickness so something as obvious and simple as this has become an identity marker like if you're wearing a mask or if you're not wearing a mask it's it's starting be seen as a signal of which team you're on even who you're voting for. That's completely absurd now. I WANT TO STOP THE TRAIN. Right HERE IN ACKNOWLEDGE. This is complex stuff. How we respond to. The pandemic is not a simple question and on one end. We're weighing how to limit the spread and protect the.

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"marc" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"marc" Discussed on KCRW

"One thought on Marc this by particles and replace them this is much me and my because we operated by I see when you change my name it will be for the job the machine if you target the intent of the screen's going into whatever my troubles people well.

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"marc" Discussed on The Apprenticeship Way with Marc Alan Schelske

The Apprenticeship Way with Marc Alan Schelske

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"marc" Discussed on The Apprenticeship Way with Marc Alan Schelske

"Hereby faith obeying Spirit. The spirit is with me all the time everywhere the no place I can go where the spirits not present that means. I'm never alone and I am never out of connection with God. No matter how I feel so I listened. I practice being present practice being aware of myself of my circumstances stances of what God is doing in and around me and I trust that even though I do not always see the spirit is at work in me and around me and my hope is to practice and Obey Bay what I hear the spirit saying that's the whole of it. That's life and I think that's being a Christian in the way that Jesus Jesus intended from the fruit of all that is remaining in that upper room Jesus said to his disciples if you keep my commands you will remain in my love. Just as I've kept my father's commands and remain in his love. And I think this is what Jesus meant. Jesus trusted the father. Jesus listen to the spirit. Jesus walked in ways that aligned with that trust and with the Spirit's guidance and Jesus remained with the father that's available. I think to you and me because we are in Christ now rest. Walk here. Trust the Father Follow Jesus as US obey the spirit. May you have the courage to see the mental habits that have been shaping your own spiritual life and then follow Jesus into building new mental habits that allow you to experience the reality of remaining. Thanks for listening. You'll find the show notes for today's episode along with any links that I mentioned at. WWW DOT MARC allen belsky dot com forward slash Ta. W Twenty Six. The good stuff like this subscribe to my email list. I send it out about twice a month. It'll include a link to a new blog. Post a new podcast and include links to other things that I've discovered that I think will be of benefit to your spiritual journey like books that I'm reading or other people. I found online that you might benefit from. Check it out but of course you found this podcast helpful. That means someone else might to. Your support helps this. PODCAST reach more people. So do all the things subscribing your podcast APP subscribe on Youtube. If you prefer the video rate and review all that stuff matters but most most importantly if this was helpful to you it will be helpful to someone else so share it share on facebook shared on twitter. Email to a friend that you think would benefit. That's how podcast grow and won't happen without you until next time. Remember in this present moment you are loved you are known and you you are not alone.

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"marc" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"marc" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"These finish these wars here's Marc okay Cheryl two categories you pick one do you want to do phone with food or TV guide ask for much I figured after our conversation there we would do fine with that okay so let's go a little further into this what were the grocery bills like when the boys were young no grass my gosh I Tony I don't think I ever paid attention and you know each day it was crazy it was crazy you know I I picked them launch all through high school too because the teachers you know they took the cafeteria food was and adequate enough so yeah I've been I've been I've been doing that for hours cooking for them for a long time okay so give me an idea when you're packing a lunch I want to know how big is that bag like what what's going on one of their lunches you know in high school it was like a lot of like big stand one says so like two giant sandwiches and I some and now I don't know which some through an alligator raider whatever you now so it was yeah if they were large you said you're still doing the cooking so if if one or both of the boys come over now and then you're going to make the family favorite meal what is it there's a couple I mean there's you noticed those exciting things I make on their birthdays but like you know some of their favorites to pop out at me they love you know skirt steak without you meet her you know they grew up in South Florida so you're into Cuban food story you know I do the answers by you know where we are of Italian descent so you know just making like a big you know possible in a is or something like that is always you know a crowd pleaser this all this all sounds absolutely fantastic last one did Nick ever have kind of a quirky special order you know how is specially kids right they'll want the crossed off the sandwiches or stuff like that like what what is next quirky reading habit how may I assist working eating habits you know I I I guess I'll just like I'm gonna go the opposite with that you know both of my boys are big time studios so it's really fun to like for instance this past week in Miami our neck in a couple of the guys went to this really extraordinary restaurant in in Miami and he was ranting about it to me so I went and checked out this place it was a cold one every dining experience and I yeah I'm like wow these stories have really good palace is really impressed the place it's cold and are you kitchen in downtown Miami right okay and are you kids in the in Miami there was a killer it was awesome I think he went there I I know he was with George George cattle and a couple other guys and and we went in there and in excess granted so me and my girlfriend you have to go check it out the next day and we were like wow this is sometimes what you want when you're there oh my gosh you know the weirdest thing like things things you've never heard of before was this is different you know different kinds of hi a though it was really spectacular hi my interest is very peaks and I I now have a new bucket list item if I may share Cheryl I would I would love to do you know twenty thirty minute podcasts with you Mick and Joey and just talk food concert yeah that's a dude it would be easy okay I'm I'm I'm gonna I'll probably be in touch at some point I want to do it okay Jill thank you so much it was great fun thanks mark I appreciate that this is Cheryl balsa joining us this evening that was on a whole lot of fun what a household that had to be years ago and maybe still is to a certain degree all my his Stransky fantastic on hard stuff tonight joins us next on the sports later this is mark Willard to read on the tune in app through your smartphone he and be are one oh four five six eighty three sports leader Muhammad Ali wasn't just the heavyweight champion of the world he was the champion against social injustice for poor children all over the world and those with special needs he was also an early champion of black pride I'm gonna write about a we salute one of the world's most beloved athletes Muhammad Ali during black history month the three D. S..

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"marc" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"marc" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"These these wars leader here's Marc in the second verse I don't know she did that fifteen years at least in Batman are unbelievable this is supposed to be the timer we embarrass you not me so here we go do you want fun with food or your money matters got to be your money matters gotta be all right what is the budget for a typical week please studio shoot for the forty Niners that's a good question well I try to milk al grido when Jed for as much as a human we can get right but if I extrapolate our costs over over let's call it well let's call because now we've got this is our look this is our nineteenth this is week nineteen right that's right hi I'm calling about twenty four twenty five thousand Bucks just for production wise I mean it's we we share with some great cameras we we've got steady cam with a lot of gadgets man it's not like a camera in your car that was suction cups we where are you are you calling KNBR low budget right now on the digital Florida it just happened it was the perfect medium for you guys I thought I look great in a bikini but anyway twenty five K. a week I love it all right next one typical trip to the grocery store how much do you spend all of fortune my kids my kids eat like they're going to prison I'm saying on a weekly basis because we talk about this boat about two twenty five safe way takes me for about two twenty five to twenty five a week yeah telling me all I mean I have three little kids that sounds that sounds I I I think I might spend more than that or we could maybe I'm good I've got two young ladies at home and my mother in law is now living with us so I'm guy some happy I'm happy to be at work right now yes yes has tag last all right last one you order a pizza to the house the total is forty dollars how much do you tip the delivery guy for Annika over tipper chronic coming to tally in from the east coast my dad owned a restaurant I'm given I take whatever it is am I at least double the first number so the guys get an eight to ten Bucks okay now their battle with no such thing in the world as an older clipper what you want yeah what you are is that a good human being that's that that's that's why Italian works so well for everybody that's why everybody loves pizza so much I love it I love it rob great to talk to you we'll see you soon I hope Hey keep up the great work man I truly love listening to you guys and I hope to see you so my brother thank you so much and we will continue our just talk and not saying thank you rob it yes rob Albery though joining us this evening up forty Niners studios executive producer of now we go more to the nuts and bolts of the game side of it I can't wait for this conversation as we get ready for Sunday you here all week Hey they're way better than the Packers well let's die then what are the numbers say what is the videos say date of our bar to be athletic on the forty Niners John just that on the sports later mark Willard podcasts are available now on Spotify by searching KNBR sports.

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"marc" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"marc" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"This these these wars leader here's Marc on the second verse I didn't know she did that fifteen years at least in Batman are unbelievable this is supposed to be the time when you were not made is there we go do you want fun with food or your money matters got to be your money matters got IT all right what is the budget for a typical weekly studio shoot for the forty Niners that's a good question well I try to milk al grido when Jed for as much as a human we can get right but if I extrapolate our costs over over let's call it well let's call because now we've got this is our what this is our nineteenth this is week nineteen right that's right hi I'm calling about twenty four twenty five thousand Bucks just for production wise I mean it's we we share with some great cameras we we got steady can't we got a lot of gadgets medic not like a camera in your car that was suction cups we will where are you are you calling KNBR low budget right now on the floor it just happened I'm it was the perfect medium for you guys I thought I look great in a beat it but anyway twenty five K. a week I love it all right next one typical trip to the grocery store how much do you spend all of fortune of my kids my kids eat like they're going to prison I'm saying on a weekly basis because we talk about this boat about two twenty five safe way takes me for about two twenty five to twenty five a week yeah all the killing all I mean I have three little kids that sounds that sounds I I I think I might spend more than that or we okay maybe I'm good I've got two young ladies at home and my mother in law is now living with us so I'm gosh I'm happy I'm happy to be at work right now yeah yes has tag last all right last one you order a pizza to the house the total is forty dollars how much do you tip the delivery guy for Annika over tip for chronic I'm a tally in from the east coast my dad owned a restaurant I'm given I take whatever it is am I at least double the first number so the guys get eight to ten Bucks okay now there by the way there's no such thing in the world as an older clipper what you know what yeah what you are is that a good human being that's that that's that's why Italian works so well for everybody that's why everybody loves pizza so much I love it I love it rob great to talk to you will see you soon I hope Hey keep up the great work man I truly love listening to you guys and I hope to see you so my brother thank you so much and we will continue just talk and not saying thank you rob it shows robbery at all forty niner studios vice president executive producers while allows all lot of fun all right back to your calls coming up next it away can be our lease Steinberg in about twenty five minutes let's check in on traffic sponsored by ponderosa homes explore ponderosa homes visit rose Avenue estates near downtown Pleasanton sycamore all valley trails in Pleasanton and newly opened ponderosa Alyssa Gerry ranch in Tracy make your new home a ponderosa home got a ponderosa homes dot com California D. R. E. numbers zero one two five seven five six seven from the chill nobody traffic gas accident on the upper deck in the bay bridge second lane from the left westbound before the island couple cars involved is a gem from the Oakland tower and in Emeryville into accident westbound eighty before Powell looks like both the car in a pick up truck got over the center divide out of the lanes injury accident in Concord southbound six eighty eight highway four that ramp is blocked it's backed up from but Jaco and also he's bound for before ports Chicago highway better news our couple cars clear the shoulder but still unwinding from about Morello on the Dumbarton bridge are stall mid span is gone but now we've got an accident near the toll plaza in the right hand lane to stop and go from the radio towers and getting out of San Francisco still a jam two eighty out to the lower deck of the bay bridge.

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"marc" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"marc" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"On the mark living that go Hey Marc thanks for taking the call thank you for fighting for our phone three thank you we only I've been a trump supporter since day one and this is the first thing I can really think about it he's upset anyway and I think it's just ridiculous especially for federal employees only and I've got to believe his daughter's behind this I think Pelosi's behind this this was a Pelosi thing to shore up their their government base the trumps are proposing it for the whole country and I don't know exactly what they're proposing and they're not the only ones you Republicans in the Senate the house for proposing it to some form of family leave paid I reject it completely completely parents yeah good wire to roll it out in the midst of the military and I thought that's great give the military twelve weeks paid well that's different you know a man and woman sued up to defend our country and really to make careers out of defending us when they could be pop perhaps making money somewhere else or building careers somewhere else I don't see most of the people in this country doing this on our all volunteer military I see a very small percentage and we ought to do our best to support them you're right but everybody now I don't support it period yeah when we get this money from we're just coming from yeah we got these idiots out there with a with a with a wealth tax so you won't something in you're gonna pay a tax on it every single year you know what that means one day you're going to lose it I mean I'm tired of productive people having to subsidize people on the dole you're not even allowed to say that anymore yes there are people who sit on their **** and don't work but don't want to work other in jobs that don't make money and they don't want to move to other jobs why is that my responsibility it's not we love the fight you're you're fighting force god bless you hi Rick thank you some not only here tomorrow which is good I get this as my little bit under control I tell ya well almost everything Raj Vienna Virginia they great W. M. I. L. go thank you mark yes Sir let you during well focus had been so good all along I want to suggest one thing is moving more the chairman of the committee call because well you can remove it if you don't have a majority rule he can remove them if you're not a majority who don't have a majority what each committee you have to work on that why are they allowing only the security clearance to reporters well you can't you can't they don't have to have that because they're elected on like people who are appointed they do need a security key record against your top I agree with you they must obviously get one hello their star whose hand the P. junctions with a whole security apparatus that long into the intelligence well good morning from the intelligence committee I wish the I wish we could use well what we have to do is get a majority in the house again and kick their **** that's the bottom line it's not gonna happen any other way Roger I wanna thank you my friend I want to thank all of you hi magnificent audience the smartest audience of all audience.

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"marc" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"marc" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"On the mark live in I don't Hey Marc thanks for taking the call thank you for fighting for our country I thank you we lead I've been a trump supporter since day one and this is the first thing I can really think of that he's upset anyway and I think it's just ridiculous especially for federal employees only and I I got to believe his daughter's behind this I think Pelosi's behind this this was a policy thing to shore up their their government days the trumps are proposing it for the whole country and I don't know exactly what they're proposing they're not the only ones you Republicans in the Senate the house for proposing it to some form of family leave paid I rejected completely completely parents yeah good wired world without any mention the military and I thought that's great give the military twelve weeks paid well that's different in our men and women suit up to defend our country and really to make careers out of defending us when they could be pop perhaps making money somewhere else or building careers somewhere else I don't see most of the people in this country doing this on our all volunteer military I see a very small percentage and we ought to do our best to support them you're right but everybody now I don't supported period yeah when we get this money from where is this coming from if we get these idiots out there with a with a with a wealth tax so you won't something and you're gonna pay a tax on it every single year you know what that means one day you're going to lose it I mean I'm tired of productive people having to subsidize people on the dole you're not even allowed to say that anymore yes there are people who sit on their **** and don't work or don't want to work other in jobs that don't make money and they don't want to move to other jobs why is that my responsibility it's not we love the fight you're you're fighting force god bless you all right Rick thank you so not only are tomorrow which is good I get this as my little bit under control I tell you every well almost everything Rosh Vienna Virginia they great WMAL go thank you mark yes Sir all that you're doing well focus has been so good all along I want to suggest one thing is moving more the chairman of the committee all calls well you can remove it if you don't have a majority rule he can remove them if you're not a majority who don't have a majority what each committee you have to work on that fire the allowing I mean the security clearance to be called well you can't you can't they don't have to have that because they're elected I'm like people who are appointed you do need a security key is recorded and seal it off I agree with you they must obviously get one harm their star whose hand the P. junctions with a whole security apparatus as long into the intelligence calls will remove him from the intelligence committee I wish I wish we could use well what we have to do is get a majority in the house again and kick their **** that's the bottom line it's not gonna happen any other way Roger I wanna thank you my friend I want to thank all of you hi magnificent audience the smartest audience of all audience ladies in general we salute.

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"marc" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"marc" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"These these wars leader here's Marc all I will are you can either play fun with food or your money matters what would you like to do fall meeting right now so I have to my money back all okay well what are you reading right now of my model on made a casserole which is pretty Palmer yeah the other that that does sound good all right so we got our food now we can move on to your money matters what what is what is the most expensive thing you've ever bought your lovely wife popular her wedding ring no no I bought a I can't say I'm going to say this I got I got a house that you really like that what what that day today yes yeah yes it does our our our house I hear they're expensive the very best yeah about that you got over there well I'll take it easy but he just asked him I mean he's got a family it's okay how your you know I get it we get it you play pro football okay yeah it's it's for okay so you can turn it you could make it five yeah that's gaudy that's fine yeah okay when your kids ask for money and I forget how old are they now they'll be nine and five okay when your kids ask for money what is it they want to go by my daughter once a maybe a little shock in toy that she always find the more you can count on I know exactly what they are yeah that's okay thank you yeah and our son I don't know he's Rainey's random he held by all kinds of things either haven't you anything usually a dinosaur he's pretty gay okay all right thunderstorms down these games are dinosaurs are always cool I don't care what generation it is blast one what is the right amount to spend on a nice day well well that would be up to you I mean I would I would imagine it okay let's do let's do both what's the right amount to spend on a first date our first day I will say for for bowl may be might want like maybe like between one and one fifty okay all right and if you're taking your budget they can drink you know I'm saying yeah where'd you so and if you're taking Shauna out now for a nice night what's the number there's no number did I'm like I had like what we want to list on we he was played call plant food and wine in Venice yes and literally or the entire menu my man that's right we want to try everything we we were still on shows like you know well let's just get the old man you sure are and that is why you're still married and happily out that well great stuff great to have you thank you thank you Sir our membership yes Sir well black men former Packer joining us this evening good stuff from him we keep on that move in as we head into the weekend a buddy Jason McIntyre Fox Sports one and Fox Sports radio will join us nice will go to the lines go deep into the Packers and forty Niners games as well that's next on these boards later listening to the mark Willard show on KNBR five and six eighty three sports leader Hey type you remember the time you hit the only home run of your entire career all right murder for you're going with this I've got a way for you to hit another one I'm listening just rally.

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"marc" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"marc" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"So you can get a copy of in the garage live music from W F with Marc Maron. This is a very limited release. So once it's gone, it's gone. And you also support the great charity musicians on call when you buy one so get on that record store day April thirteenth. Yes. Yes. Yes. Okay. Let's let's start the show here. I'm I'm I'm still in. I'm in London. All right. Let's do this. How are you? What the fucker is what the fuck buddies. What the fuck stir is what the fuck Knicks. What's happening? It's Marc Maron. I'm here. This is my podcast WPF. How's it going? Who man I am? I'm still in London. And what a few days it's been. I haven't talked to you since what last Thursday, and I recorded that on the day before. So I was just I just got here. I was hallucinating. I don't think I'm still who is aiding. But when you're in a different country different side of the street different personal products, different cereals, different people. They are different. We're all people, but the Brits and the tone of the city, and the culture is different. It does feel like a bit of a Hulu Saination. But it's not I'm here. I'm eating things I'm engaging with people with audiences. I'll tell you about an second, by the way, Vincent enough Rio is on the show today, always respected that guy. Love him as an actor. Seems like an intense guy. He was an intense guy, and it was great talking to him. So that's coming up. One. I'm teasing my own show that you'll hear that in a minute. I if you hang out for this. I got tour dates they may want to hang out for that. You might wanna hang out for that. I got tour dates it's happening and holy fuck. I don't I don't think I even realized the number of dates I was going to be doing, but I'm doing them. All right. So I'm gonna read them off to you just sort of like, so you can hear if your city is mentioned that maybe it will inspire you to go pursue tickets August ninth in Portland, Oregon at revolution hall, August twenty second in Dallas, Texas at the majestic theater, August twenty third in Austin, Texas at the paramount theatre August twenty fourth in Houston at the Cohen theater at Worthing center September six in Vancouver at the vogue again September. Seventh in Seattle at the Moore theatre September twentieth. In Chicago at the Vic September twenty first in Detroit at the masonic temple September twenty second in Minneapolis at the Panthers Jisr October tenth in Philadelphia at the Miriam theater October eleventh in wash. Washington DC at the Kennedy Center concert hall. Wow. That's that's big October twelfth in Boston at the Shubert theatre. And I'm going to.

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"marc" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"marc" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"And it was amazing real slow one. It's one of those slow suicide at attempts, but I do have bit, of course draw. I do think I think that butter probably stopped in my heart. And I'm going to double up on the statins. That's my big plan. I will eat this half, a loaf of bread and slather it with salted butter. So I can feel cozy inside follow by maybe. Eight to seventy two hours of self-loathing. I got a plan I can schedule it. I gotta plan keep myself, and they sort of a slow percolation of shame self judgment and a bit of self contempt. And that's how I prepared to do shows abroad the up I used to I used to do that in the states too. But that seems to have gone away there. But I'm going old school just to fuck, man. What's going to be like God? Damn. And I'm an asshole. What the fuck did. I do and now Marc Maron. How's everybody doing? Yeah. We'll tip pro tip for you. If you wanna work from that place. It's worked for me on and off mostly off. But you do what you gotta do to figure out where you're at. You know, if you've gotta push yourself down in the pit every few years just to pull yourself out and make note of what you earn their. Or how are you going to change? Then you got to do it. All right. This is turning into something that's becoming emotionally abstract. I think we should move along. I I did get a funny Email because you guys know how much I talk about that movie Michael Clayton. This was good subject line Michael Clayton. Mark. I also of the film and felt obligated to share this quick story. I saw Michael Clayton in Manhattan think it was kipps bay. Anyway, at the end of the film. He walks out of the fifty second and sixth avenue Hilton and immediately hells a cab in what looks like rush hour someone in the theater shout so loud, no way. Does he get a cab on sixth avenue that fucking quick? It was hysterical. And a great New York moment. The crowd erupted in laughter. Anyway, thinking of that makes me laugh. Love the pod. Thank you friend. Mike. Thank you for that. It's always good. It's nice that if someone's gonna yell at the screen, it's nice happens at the end the credits. And and he delivers it gets good laugh. Solid because ninety nine point nine percent of the time doesn't get a good laugh and persons in asshole. And it's not at the end of the movie. So I'm glad you had that experience. Glad you shared it. All right. Got T-Bone Burnett in a second..

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"marc" Discussed on The Apprenticeship Way with Marc Alan Schelske

The Apprenticeship Way with Marc Alan Schelske

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"marc" Discussed on The Apprenticeship Way with Marc Alan Schelske

"Learning how to listen to the indu- Elling spirit of Jesus. It means learning how to tell the difference between your own emotions in the spirit's leading. That's emotional discipleship. It means things like naming facing and understanding the impact of unresolved trauma in your life. It means uncovering your hidden drives like for example, figuring out why you struggle with boundaries so much. It means learning how to become comfortable with silence because silence is the seedbed of spiritual growth, the work. You do here is foundational to everything else in your life. Now, it's possible that I have not convinced you of the importance and urgency of investing in your inner life. Maybe you're just going to choose to go on living the way you've been living because it's mostly working. Right. Well, that's fine. That's the choice. I made for years, but here's the other side of the inner work imperative the dark side, if you will you see the state of your inner life will show. That's what was happening to me in my ministry. Your inner life will express itself in everything you do it will there's no option. There's no way around it. It is literally how you were made. That is how I did so much damage to my church. It's how I deeply wounded my wife and my marriage. It's how I ended up in an emotional catastrophe that required years of work untangle, and it's how you can end up in exactly the same kind of place. You're in her life is the wellspring for everything else. So either you will do the hidden work of tending to your inner life or you won't and that is an ongoing decision that we each make daily. It's the single most important decision that will shape your life. Your relationships your work more than anything else. The good news is that we can do it. God is waiting to meet us there. We can heal and grow the church that I serve has been healing and moving into a new season for a while. Now, my marriage has been recovering the damage that we do can be restored. If we're willing to face it if willing to humble ourselves, if we're willing to meet God in this place, and do the inner work is my prayer that you can grow without having to go through the costly painful struggle. I went through may you experience the life giving motivation and courage to. To attend to your inner life. And when you may you find the spirit waiting to me there. Thanks for listening. Hey before you go. Let me remind you of something. I wrote this book called the wisdom of your heart discovering the God given purpose and power of your emotions the book came out about eighteen months ago. And it includes more of my personal story as well. As everything you need to start down the path of emotional discipleship. This is the kind of material that's one of the ways you can invest in your inner life, especially if you've struggled with your experience of emotions now, I'm incredibly excited because after a long hard Jewish process. The audio book for the wisdom of your heart is finally coming out. It's going to be on audible, Amazon itunes, and you will be able to get it next week. If you don't wanna miss out on that. Please subscribe to my Email list. I'll never spam. You I won't sell your data to anybody. I generally Email about twice a month with new blog post, podcast episodes and links to other things that I think might be of benefit to your spiritual journey and that Email list that is where I will be announcing when the audio book is. Salable? Plus when you sign up right now for free. You get a great six-week e course, called journaling for spiritual growth, generally has been life changing for me. I want to explain to you how you can use it in a simple fashion. There's a Lincoln the notes on how to subscribe head on over. If you feel like I made a good case for the vital importance of our inner life. Maybe you'd like to bring this message to your community. It will make a huge difference there and scheduling speaking engagements through two thousand nineteen I'd be thrilled to come speak at your church retreat. Your school, your nonprofit, like check, my availability and talk about topics. Here's a link in the show notes that can get that conversation started. There's another way to connect if you'd like to talk about this episode with me or the whole concept of inner life growth, or if you wanna find encouragement from other people on the same kind of journey consider joining the apprenticeship lab member community, just eight bucks a month. And there you'll find a positive private online community of people on the same journey. No drive bys nobody getting in your business. Just people. Encouraging each other. I'm there we can talk. I coach you plus you'll get a bunch of other stuff, including access to some online courses for spiritual growth that I've created. And you know, if you just want to support what I'm doing which allows me to make more material like this and joining the apprenticeship lab member community is a great way to do just that you'll find the show notes for today's episode, including all the links. I just mentioned at WWW dot Marc Allen shell ski dot com. Forward slash TA w zero one six until next time. Remember in this one present moment, you are loved you are no. And you are not alone.

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"marc" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"marc" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"All right. Let's do this. How are you? What the fuckers what the fuck buddies? What the puck Knicks. What's happening? Marc maron. This is my podcast W T F. How's it going? What's happening everything? Okay. You're right. I'm all right. I guess I don't think my cat. Buster likes me. I think he puts up with me. And I think, you know, we have a strange relationship. But I don't know if you've had that experience where you have a pet, and then a friend of yours comes over. And they they seem to want to go home with them. And I can't resent the guy. I can't resent the cat. I cannot resent BUSTER kitten. He's an odd cat. He's he fetches things he thinks sometimes you looks like a human in the face. But you know, I do everything I can for the guy, but he's sort of like, he'll he'll he'll hang out with me when I'm doing things. But when I'm not just you know, I think he likes other people better than me. And what do I? Do about that. Right. Do I keep trying? I mean how much like I'm feed this cat like you better than some humans. Eat, you know, maybe that's it maybe got toughen up a little bit. Or maybe it's just I don't know. He's used to me. You know, we have a certain thing we do. And then when other people come over, he loves them, and they go like, you know, what I just realized is exactly like me. The cat is exactly like me today on the show. I talked to Linda Cartolini who is in the new film. Green book. You might have known her you member from freaks and geeks yet apart, pardon madman. She she's done a lot of ER. She's done a lot of things. She's a very very fine actress, and I not pretending to talk to her. So I took it and dug it and you'll hear that in a few minutes. I promise you that's going to happen for you. You're going to hear me, and Linda Cartolini talking and also on tell you about this. There's a new.

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