35 Burst results for "Mill"

Nets escape Timberwolves 110-105 behind Durant's 30

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 d ago

Nets escape Timberwolves 110-105 behind Durant's 30

"Kevin Kevin Durant Durant delivered delivered thirty thirty points points in in the the nets nets fifty fifty victory victory in in six six games games a a one one ten ten one one oh oh five five down down into into the the timber timber walls walls to to rant rant was was twelve twelve of of thirteen thirteen from from the the line line in in leading leading five five nets nets with with at at least least ten ten points points Patty Patty mills mills finished finished with with twenty twenty three three points points it it was was a a real real orthodox orthodox top top of of flow flow to to the the game game that that that that you you know know we we just just couldn't couldn't get get into into any any rhythm rhythm for for for for anything anything James James harden harden contributed contributed twenty twenty with with nine nine assists assists and and seven seven rebounds rebounds Minnesota Minnesota led led one one oh oh one one ninety ninety nine nine until until Brooklyn Brooklyn scored scored the the next next six six points points the the wolves wolves were were competitive competitive despite despite the the absence absence of of Karl Karl Anthony Anthony towns towns because because of of a a bruised bruised tailbone tailbone deangelo deangelo Russell Russell led led the the Timberwolves Timberwolves with with twenty twenty one one points points while while Naz Naz Reid Reid and and Anthony Anthony Edwards Edwards each each had had nineteen nineteen I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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No. 2 Purdue uses scoring combination to KO Seminoles 93-65

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 d ago

No. 2 Purdue uses scoring combination to KO Seminoles 93-65

"Purdue Purdue out out shot shot and and out out rebounded rebounded Florida Florida state state in in a a ninety ninety three three sixty sixty five five win win the the second second ranked ranked Boilermakers Boilermakers said said fifty fifty nine nine percent percent of of their their shots shots and and held held the the thirty thirty six six to to twenty twenty five five rebounding rebounding advantage advantage five five Purdue Purdue players players were were in in double double figures figures led led by by Jaden Jaden ivy ivy with with eighteen eighteen points points we we take take you you know know what what the the coaches coaches say say and and we we you you know know we we just just buy buy and and and and then then when when the the game game comes comes you you know know we're we're we're we're ready ready we're we're executing executing it it perfectly perfectly and and you you know know if if we we just just keep keep doing doing that that I I think think we we can can be be a a really really good good team team led led by by sixteen sixteen at at halftime halftime then then put put the the game game out out of of reach reach in in the the second second half half the the Boilermakers Boilermakers are are now now seven seven oh oh heading heading into into their their big big ten ten opener opener the the Seminoles Seminoles now now five five and and two two got got twenty twenty two two points points from from Caleb Caleb mills mills Tom Tom McCabe McCabe west west Lafayette Lafayette Indiana Indiana

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Durant moves into NBA's top 25, Nets beat Celtics 123-104

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last week

Durant moves into NBA's top 25, Nets beat Celtics 123-104

"Kevin Durant crack the NBA's top twenty five all time scoring list by contributing twenty one points in the nets one twenty three one oh four thumping to the Celtics about a kid my like today's game an early age so I watched all these guys that I might pass a note to your house and I I wanted to be like them I wanted to be an NBA like them make an impact in the league like down Patty mills added twenty three points and James harden had twenty with eleven assists in Brooklyn's twelfth win in its last fourteen games lamarcus Aldridge scored seventeen grabbed nine rebounds for the Atlantic division leaders who opened the second half on an eighteen to three run to go ahead by twenty eight Marcus smart had twenty points and eight assists for the Celtics who had won three in a row I'm Dave Ferrie

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Antetokounmpo, Middleton help Bucks defeat Lakers 109-102

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 weeks ago

Antetokounmpo, Middleton help Bucks defeat Lakers 109-102

"Young the son of a couple delivered its highest scoring game of the season he poured in forty seven and leading the bucs past the Lakers one oh nine one oh two the books have been playing short handed for most of the season but the other three best players out of a couple Khris Middleton Andrew holiday on the court for just the third time this season the Bucks improved to seven eight mills had returned after missing eight games with covert he tied ray Allen's career franchise three point mark with a fourth quarter three pointer finished with sixteen points tailing Horton Tucker had twenty five for the Lakers Chuck Friedman Milwaukee

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Kevin Durant scores 33 points, Nets beat Thunder 120-96

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 weeks ago

Kevin Durant scores 33 points, Nets beat Thunder 120-96

"The nets won for the eighth time in nine games by blowing out the thunder one twenty ninety six at Oklahoma City former thunder Kevin Durant was serenaded with boos as usual in OKC while delivering thirty three points and eight rebounds for the Atlantic division leaders Patty mills straight a career high nine three pointers and finished with twenty nine points James harden added sixteen points and thirteen assists for the nets who completed a five a one road trip J. gill just Alexander scored twenty three points for the thunder and Lou Dort added twenty Oklahoma City had won four straight on the ferry

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Joy Reid and Don Lemon Don't Talk About Who Rittenhouse's Perpetrators Were

Mark Levin

01:48 min | 3 weeks ago

Joy Reid and Don Lemon Don't Talk About Who Rittenhouse's Perpetrators Were

"What angers joy Reid and Don lemon What angers them is here's a young guy who actually stood up for himself and defended himself He didn't crawl around on the ground in a fetal position and wait to get his face bashed in or ribs broken and kicked in or a bullet to the back of his head He defended himself And he used the Second Amendment to defend himself And he had an AR-15 which is a pretty much a run of the mill rifle as far as rifles go And so Kyle rittenhouse also being white goes against the racist anti American narrative that the media put out including joy Reed and Don lemon every single day And so the fact that one of the perpetrators who was shot was a child molester was a bale jumper and had multiple cases of domestic abuse that they don't want to know The fact that one of the others had multiple cases of domestic abuse that they don't want to know The fact that the last guy who had his right bicep shot the smithereens with one bullet pointed a pistol at Kyle's head before he was shot that they don't want to know The fact that it was they who were hunting him down that they don't want to

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 US Capitol rioter facing Jan. 6 charges seeks asylum in Belarus: State TV

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 weeks ago

US Capitol rioter facing Jan. 6 charges seeks asylum in Belarus: State TV

"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting an American facing charges from the January sixth riot seeks asylum in Belarus a California man who faces criminal charges from the January sixth riot at the U. S. capitol has turned up in Belarus where he's seeking asylum according to the country's state TV in an interview with Belarus one forty eight year old Evan Neumann of mill valley California acknowledged he was at the capitol on January sixth but he rejected the charges against him according to court papers police body camera footage shows Newman shopping a metal barricade into a line of officers punching two officers with his fist and then hitting them with the barricade Belarus president Alexander Lukashenko and Russian president Vladimir Putin have used the January sixth ride to accuse the US of a double standard in criticizing other countries including Russia and Belarus for cracking down on anti government protests hi

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Sen. Mike Lee's Comments on Challenging COVID Vaccine Mandates in Court

Mark Levin

01:36 min | Last month

Sen. Mike Lee's Comments on Challenging COVID Vaccine Mandates in Court

"Now the Republicans have brought a lawsuit other groups daily wires bringing a lawsuit Others are bringing suits I hope they seek at least some kind of temporary injunction as well don't you Yes Yes I hope they do And look I think there is a very significant likelihood here Of beating this thing in the courts Now we can't rely on the courts to do it as we saw last week from the Supreme Court And that main dispute the Supreme Court refused to weigh in on an emergency basis So maybe there are enough justices who were not willing to intervene on an emergency basis I hope they'll do differently In this case given one of the egregious overreach under federal law that this is But Mark I tend to think maybe I'll get this wrong I tend to think this is the most egregious single act of presidential overreach since April 8th 1952 When Harry Truman seized every steel mill in the United States for the benefit of the Korean War effort the Supreme Court smacked that down only took him a couple of months I think the same thing needs to happen here But Mark there is a reason why the Biden administration waited Two months before issuing this thing And I think that reason has a whole lot to do with the fact that they knew corporate America would be scrambling to try to comply and not be flat footed Well in advance of this thing kicking in They knew that corporate America would do their dirty work and fire a lot of people in the maintenance That is disgraceful It's

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Stafford has 3 TD passes as Rams roll past Texans 38-22

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

Stafford has 3 TD passes as Rams roll past Texans 38-22

"Matthew Stafford threw for three hundred five yards and three touchdowns before taking a seat for the fourth quarter the rams thirty eight twenty two thrashing of the Texans Cooper Kupp caught seven balls for one hundred fifteen yards and a touchdown and Darrell Henderson had ninety yards rushing and two scores by the time Robert woods took a picture in it sixteen yards in the end zone in the third quarter the rams led thirty eight nothing Davis mills threw for three hundred ten yards and filters and six is replacing starter Tyrod Taylor the seventy one rams are in their fourth straight win and handed Houston at seven for us in a row since a season opening win I'm Dave Ferrie

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 Durant scores 25, Nets hand Wizards 1st loss, 104-90

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | Last month

Durant scores 25, Nets hand Wizards 1st loss, 104-90

"Kevin Durant scored twenty five points for the nets handed the wizards their first loss of the young season by the final score one of four to ninety rather be like nineteen points in a loss to the wizards guard Spencer Dinwiddie had ten points or three thirteen shooting in his first game against his former team since he was dealt to wash in over the summer in a trade that sounded in wood with a video tribute highlighting his five seasons in Brooklyn Patty mills made five three pointers netted twenty one points off the bench what genes hearted at fourteen point your Brooklyn who bounced back after losing their home opener Sunday night Mike Moriarty New York

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Barack Obama Campaigned for Terry Mcaullife, Remaining a Pathological Liar

Mark Levin

01:47 min | Last month

Barack Obama Campaigned for Terry Mcaullife, Remaining a Pathological Liar

"Barack millhouse Benito Obama was here and I have to say he made a complete ass out of himself again It was quite the clown show My wife gets me when I say it's a clown show because the circus is a good thing Circus is a good thing But Obama was here He left one of his 5 multi-million dollar mansions or maybe he decided to get off some billionaires yacht or whatever it was He's been very busy And we'll start this now I'll continue to the next day of her But I want to show you here So Bama to rally for Terry McCullough Hat tipped the blaze cut one go All across the country Democrats are trying to make it easier to vote Not make it harder to vote And push back on Republicans Let's stop Let's go to cut one We don't have time to be wasting on these phony trumped up culture wars This fake outrage the right wing media's petals to juice their ratings And the fact that he's willing to go along with it instead of talking about serious problems that actually affect serious people that's a shame That's not what this election is about That's not what you need Virginia Instead of forcing our communities to cut back at a time when we're just starting to recover We should be doing more to support people who are educating our kids and keeping our neighborhoods safe Okay did you get any substantive information there at all Yes I did That the pathological liar Brock mill house Benito Obama came to Virginia and hasn't changed at all He remains a pathological

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African effort to replicate mRNA vaccine targets disparities

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last month

African effort to replicate mRNA vaccine targets disparities

"Scientists in South Africa are attempting to probe the case in mRNA vaccine to bridge the captain vaccinations around poorer countries the project to recreate my dad is cabin nineteen sought is backed by the World Health Organization which is coordinating a vaccine research training and production hub in South Africa scientists to mill Hendricks says the Madonna vaccine is the more transportable of the mRNA vaccines we're trying to get the vaccine security for Africa and in order to do that we need to make sure that we have a vaccine that is appropriate for Africa the scientists are offensively making an end run around an industry that has Pasti prioritized which countries have a poor in both sales and manufacturing Illinois representative Raja Krishnamoorthi said the anyway to stop the virus residing in the U. S. is to vaccinate globally we got to keep the schools open we got to keep the economy open and that means we got to get people vaccinated around the world I'm Karen Thomas

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Where Was FBI Director Christopher Wray Today?

Mark Levin

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Where Was FBI Director Christopher Wray Today?

"You remember folks when general milley remember him He was never going to comply with orders from the president of the United States Should he trigger the insurrection act against those looting and burning our cities and beating our cops and killing people Of course we now know general milling never had that authority has no combat control None the less He made it clear through his various leaks he would never do that he would view that as unconstitutional Remember all that So where is the director of the FBI today Christopher wray Why isn't he speaking out and saying I'm not going to participate in this It's not only unconstitutional It's worse We're not going to trash parents and taxpayers and treat them all as if their domestic terrorists Where is Christopher ray today He's nowhere

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Bills force 5 turnovers, overwhelm Mills and Texans 40-0

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 months ago

Bills force 5 turnovers, overwhelm Mills and Texans 40-0

"Forty two nothing the final here buffalo over Houston tight end Dawson Knox caught two touchdown passes from Josh Allen Zach moss ran one in backup quarterback Mitchell Trubisky also with the rushing touchdown as the bills defense took the ball away five times in this game Houston offense of Lee just one of nine on third downs a total net yards of one hundred and nine for the Texans buffalo now three one on the season Houston falling to one in three G. Battaglia orchard park New York

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Texans Confirm Deshaun Watson Won't Play Week 3 Despite Tyrod Taylor Injury

Fantasy Focus Football

01:03 min | 2 months ago

Texans Confirm Deshaun Watson Won't Play Week 3 Despite Tyrod Taylor Injury

"Stefania. Live update as the show started on tyrod taylor. Yes from our sara barshop who covers the texans and doesn't excellent job. We knew that he was forced out of the game with a left. Hamstring injury Apparently he has is undergoing an mri. He is considered data today with that hamstring So that leaves open the possibility of thursday night although that would be a very quick turnaround david kelly. Saying deshaun watson will not be active for thursday night so we know that for sure as davis meals on thursday night people. The newsradio davis mills will be starting for the panthers further Texans against the panthers on thursday. But i'm glad you said that's define a- matthew davis mistletoe. He looked. He looked like a rookie quarterback yesterday had a couple of throws that i was impressed by and the rap on davis mills for those who didn't follow the draft super closely. This guy at eleven starts during his career at stanford entered stanford though as one of the highest recruited players in the countries of five star the all everything quarterback injuries other veterans cage. Acosta was there for a while at stanford fairly talented guy. But this is a downgrade from tyrod.

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Sánchez Error Leads to 7-Run Inning, Indians Slow Yanks 11-3

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Sánchez Error Leads to 7-Run Inning, Indians Slow Yanks 11-3

"Another defensive miscue by catcher Gary Sanchez contributed to a seven run fifth in the Indians eleven to three thrashing of the Yankees Sanchez failed to catch a foul pop up during the rally which was capped by a three run Homer by Andres Jimenez Yankees manager Aaron Boone is actually usually really good with with pop up site you know I think you probably got a little too upright and and didn't move enough as it as it kind of worked its way back to the field but yeah I mean yeah you gotta make that play prime mill race double home run in the fifth one inning before belting a two run Homer winning pitcher errant's of valley pitched six scoreless innings of four hit ball Louise hill took the loss for the Yankees who fell a half game behind Toronto for the second AL wild card and one and a half games behind Boston for the first day a wildcard I'm Dave Ferrie

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"mill" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

01:52 min | 2 months ago

"mill" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"This city proper northern accent has he got on cuny. Accenture does does times impenetrable to my parents significant amount of time going. Why well well you've got so much happening. Enjoy coming away and seeing and you to than yes indeed and I want to again heartily. Recommend hayley mills autobiography called forever young. And it's available wherever books are so wherever books exist in audio book. Wonderful great great. That's coming out at the same time. Great september seven so eight. Yeah that's good and that the in that too is another personal connection to hear I love author reads their book. Because i hear it exactly as they do as through that experience. Yeah that's my wife because auto book. She's a big fan of audiobooks. Yeah my mother. And i are both extremely dyslexic. So audiobooks are useful for both of us. Were great great. When do you listen ran. Is your listening time for by my mom. It's it's usually when she's driving or when she's getting ready to go somewhere. You'll hear it lasting bathroom. You hear this voice. Usually stephen fry or someone like that. Just booming from the bathroom and similar. If i'm home. And i'm sort of just relaxing. I'll put something on all right. Oh that's great..

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"mill" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

03:20 min | 2 months ago

"mill" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Must've smoothed that transition of 'cause of course it couldn't it couldn't have been smoother and more fortunate you know because my father was a wonderful actor you know it never. I never thought to myself. This is the kunia the day and he's wearing a hat and his raincoat needs pretending to be summer. Daryl's never thought like that. He was always that detective inspector and i was gilly and we looked at each other. Run rewa these people and they made a cut and then okay then we're ourselves again now. It was so simple. It's just when i go to eldery. Start go complicated unto question. What i was doing and i didn't think i didn't know what i was doing. Because you percent instinctive and then it took me the rest of my life to try to get back to that instinctive way of being in a but you can't go back to that because when you get olga and you and you think more deeply and you can you can understand and ask all kinds of interesting complicated questions about your character whereas when you're a child it you're just there you're just you know in the moment Most wonderful joyful experience. And the closest. I've ever got to it as an adult is being on stage man being in a play that i want to know for it to run a long time Wary all is absolutely second nature. That's the closest. I've come to it. Yeah there's nothing is just say this. There's nothing like being on a stage. Yes it's alive it's reactive and that's why it when you do speak to actors who've done both usually they have a preference and it's rare that i've found them to not prefer stage only because it's alive. Yes there's an energy you just can't create You know movies of course are wonderful because their time may exist forever and asked what makes them magic. Because they're what. I can't imagine you being you is having these moments of your childhood in these time capsules forever and having people watch them and discover them to this day. There's hayley mills she's twelve. You will not quite. She did grow you know but but for many people they look at it in the same way as shirley temple or or any of the other stars where that's who they are for a lot of people know. Yeah yeah yeah never raised in the well. I i hope that.

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"mill" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

03:14 min | 2 months ago

"mill" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"And interestingly they didn't did i didn't remember right about the same things But i can't read my mother's spoke without way ping Here she's a very emotional writer. I loved the way she writes. I'm i'm i'm inspired by the way she writes. Yeah i'm a. I'm going to ask you a question to that i. I'm not going to use my knowledge of having read your book to to to elicit an answer. Did you spend much time visiting. Your father's movie sets. I was a girl. I would go to the studios with my dad quite lot. I used to absolutely love it. I'm you know during school holidays I would often jump in the car with him in the morning. And if he was filming somewhere nearby like shepperton studios and we were living in richmond. He would sometimes go on his scooter on saddam bretault and they would tie me to him with a horses leading rain off. He would go. And i'd be hanging on the back and then i would be free and to wander about in those magical places as magical dot. I particularly loved the sets by won't being used only yes and so mysterious in the brilliant set dressing and the books and the things on the mantelpiece and and i'd goes right redraw every desk and then they're a unique would move and the lights would come in and everything but come alive and i found the whole thing magical An and got to know carpenters and qb's and hug around and climbed up again trees instead down and watch my dad working and Yeah i i mean that's where he worked so so. I was so comfortable. When i did my first movie tiger bay because it it was only a couple of steps for being behind the camera to starting in frontage right an also it was just an extension of my own imaginary games So it's it's. It was very fortunate that i started acting at that age. Twelve where i was old enough to read and learn my lines but young enough to still be in touch with the imagination and on tiger bait. The director was a family friend. Jay lee charleston was and and your co star. What was your dad's yes at that..

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"mill" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

04:10 min | 2 months ago

"mill" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Now. You do one thing. It wasn't for posterity. But it turns out to been of granison shoots a you and us into me as a reader of your book. You kept a journal And quite an extensive journal. Yes i depressed. Try to keep a diary when i was twelve or thirteen and i never had the patience at night. When you know when you know getting ready to go to bed i just. I just hear diary. Sports they're hard. I want to stay inside and watch movies. I feel like that would be every day. Has you you on. The other hand really went at it with with great relish and obviously discipline doesn't taty true When i was first given it i was very attracted ed beautiful little red leather bond book with old as empty pages. So i was i was. I want you to write in this book. I wanted to And then i got busy and then my my mother started to write the people i've met she was doing pollyanna. I didn't write much. I was doing planner. She wrote down the people. I met a lot to them. Pages on an apparent trump is dodgy derived bit mall But i really got going by the time. I was fifteen. I that time. I needed a confidant. I needed an outlet. I needed a friend. And i love the hell process of writing but i have to. Honestly the honest truth is the most of it is incredibly boring because it is all about. You know how. I'm desperately enough with a prepa. Boil desperately in love boy round the pool. these boys never knew. Are you know my love that never knew about it So that's not of that. And then of course then you you know you get into into adolescence and all the angst of adolescence and it's terribly therapeutic to be able to put those stan and absolutely terrifying prospect of somebody reading it. I went to legs to hide it. And sometimes lost edge went into a tailspin. I'm glad you made careful notes. Yes of the night. The george harrison too few to charity event. You had an adventure together. Yes we did we did. Oh yes i did. I mean sometimes. I did ride sort of minute by minute. Blow by blow and that was a very very special experience I you know. I remember it. Well and He was such a sweet sweet guy. Really darling guy. But do i have to say that. My mother was a writer. Very good writer was always right and she was always crippling little notebooks. So you know. I didn't grow up around somebody who's always so it was a very natural thing for me to do. I need i need to do that. And i was lucky because she also wrote very good autobiography cobalt. Should we do tomorrow. So i had that to refer to as a reference. My father wrote a note biography which was very good and very funny with wonderful stories. So you know. I was kinda bookended by you. Know two parents who.

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"mill" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

05:48 min | 2 months ago

"mill" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"With your dad. John mills tiger bay which was very well received as. We're you and in a secure way. This finally came to the attention of wealth. Disney was embarking on a production of pollyanna and He He he thought you were the ideal person fulfill that role but he was offering not just back part but a long term contract and your parents had to make a decision and they they let you in on this to. This is something they didn't from you in any way as you as you recounted. Your dad was really torn you if you sign this. I know you're enjoying acting now. I i know you like making that that film with me but this is going to require you to make a film every year the next six years initially it was the next seven years and that was a long time. He worried that the seventeen year old view. Still wanna do it. Twelve year old view did And he didn't want you to be cost in the clutches of an ironclad contract. You know what a difficult decision. And i'm afraid i was much help. How could you been truly. How could you have been yes i said. Oh yeah so. I i have to do it and and then ran off and rode my pony or something Know i didn't. I didn't i hadn't really sober dp button sort about is. I didn't think that wasn't sort of childish. I was like. Is this going to need to of a rolls. Am i going to be an actress for the rest of my life but you know i didn't really think pop beyond the immediate now. Now what's happening now. Maybe won't be doing the holidays but that was about it. So yes i mean how. Oh terrible terrible to have to make that decision for your child that sky to guy to fashion. That alive santillan early twenty. I mean i don't envy. That joel was enough. The juncture. Where walt actually wanted to cast your younger brother in a film to.

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"mill" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

04:25 min | 2 months ago

"mill" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Who i remember Yeah i think. I think you know i. I suspect i think dean martin and frank sinatra got up and kind of messed around on the stage at one point But i remember. Sammy davis but definitely being there and patio afterwards at house move. Here's to give his heart soul for hours on stage then go back. Home and party will night The energy i i it again that that's i mean i may be compete a wrong but I think in terms of late night kind of shindigs madness people actors are a lot more careful about getting beauty. Sleep now my gift. They don't drink and they go to bed sense time. And of course mad parties will happen but this was every night extraordinary. That's that's part of what made them legends though. That isn't that they could do that. And you have no idea how you yeah alcohol. I didn't think i. I think it was opposite down isn i know i know it was a lot of alcohol. Alcohol yes developmental plenty. Oh that he s. I can't imagine now. What was it like when you first came back as an adult. You know because obviously you're the beginning when you started coming out here to la to burbank specifically to disney. You were young. Well what was it like when you started coming back. And you're a i by up i mean over eighteen. Well i came back really to do While i did Three parent trump's he calls and and i did a television series Well it it. It became a cold saved by the bell. And i changed i. Yeah i did the first one and then they got rid of misplace So that was well. I came back again. And of course television ruled the world then in in the maybe even more than it does. Now i'm not sure So it was different and disney studios was quite different. Because walt wasn't there is like you know it's like going into a house. Used to know the owners of the house. I've gone another people live there now so well sort of the same. It's different and i. I was very aware of Empty space that he hit he tongue pace into It really was. It was a small studio and people knew each everyone. Huge at walt disney. You everybody and they all knew him. Of course any trenton rail. An and sweet and off you bump into him walking across a the studios on his way to the commissary pilots. Say hi come join me for lunch. And i'd go and sit with me executive lounge which was always freezing cold and sits at the table surrounded by producers and executives and righteous. Just you know and he would chat to may not you know he was. He was very inclusive. He was very yeah very very down to us. So i mean tough businessman of course but why relationship with their mortgage very privileged to know him as well as i did and love him..

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"mill" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

04:43 min | 2 months ago

"mill" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Before we get started just wanted to let you know if you were unaware we actually recorded with the brilliant hayley mills in twenty seventeen and that is where we get to really go into her career and everything she's done. This episode is focused on her new memoir and how she came to write it The memories that it brought up the history all of that good stuff so if you would like a more sort of thorough Interview about everything. You can always listened to that episode with hanley mills from twenty seventeen It's the same place you find all of our podcasts. But we're very excited to share the special episode with you and we hope you enjoy as much as we did Getting to speak.

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Pompeo on Milley Allegations: We Need to Get to the Bottom of This as Quickly as Possible

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Pompeo on Milley Allegations: We Need to Get to the Bottom of This as Quickly as Possible

"We're talking merely with talking treason sedition and somebody has an opinion and he's the former director of the cia and secretary of state. Mike pompeo cut six. We should make sure that we as quickly as we can't figure out it generally spoke to woodward himself we should find out if a general mills prepared to testify. We can do it tomorrow or the next day to get clarity. About what general milley set. I don't know the dod policy sean. Exactly whether there would be a transcript of this phone call. But i promise you. There were no takers in the room. I'm very competent that that conversation can be reconstructed if if you had a senior military leader who was simply an adviser. Tell the chinese communist party that they would get noticed. Seven attack this rivals. Anything we've seen in our nation's history Only the president of the united states has the capacity to make those decisions. And i'd be shocked if the then acting secretary defense give him any authority to even contemplate that very conversation. It would only be those two people. The could've told general milley to have that conversation if in fact it took

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"mill" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

02:09 min | 2 months ago

"mill" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Stay at school and i think i would have done more. I love school players. So i i might got so good. Awesome to school plays I used to not writing that me seriously. Though i love to do it and do you know who knows. I might have been actress. But i think as i said earlier very fortunate i staunch even i did when it was still so instinct to and i just jumped in and i. I took like dr ward. I'd like to think that i have been doing the right thing. i do. think that Now i think it was probably now destiny and very last question is many years from now when we are all on to greener pastures. What would you like people to remember. Hayley mills oh. She did her best. Yeah well. I can't thank you enough for your time. It's it's such a such a trade to get to speak with you and and And congratulations on a on a really wonderful book. I hope you're as proud as you should be. You should feel very it's a. It's not an easy thing. I know to to reflect on one's life to turn out a book of any sort even a bad book so a good book is a real accomplishment. So thank you yes year. thank you so much just. It's been lovely. Thanks very much for tuning into awards. Chatter we really appreciate you taking the time to do that and would really appreciate taking a minute. More to subscribe to our podcast on itunes or your podcasts out and to leave us a rating as well if you have any questions comments or concerns you can reach me via twitter at twitter dot com slash stop fiber and you can follow all of my coverage between episodes at chr dot com slash the race until next time. Thanks for joining us..

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"mill" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

07:59 min | 2 months ago

"mill" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Hi everyone and thank you for tuning into the four hundred fourth episode of awards chatter. Hollywood reporter's awards podcast. I'm the host scott feinberg and my guest. Today is a film legend in the early nineteen sixties. This blonde haired blue eyed youngster was the most popular child star in the world and in the words of turner classic movies quote the epitome of english. Wholesomeness closed quote anchoring the disney films pollyanna in nineteen sixty the parent trap in one thousand nine hundred sixty one in search of the castaways in nineteen sixty two summer magic in one thousand nine sixty three. The moon spinners in one thousand nine sixty four and that darn cat in one thousand nine hundred sixty five. She became one of the top box office. Attractions of each of those years and over that time period was voted a bafta award for most promising newcomer to leading film roles a golden globe award for new star of the year and the last juvenile academy award ever presented and from the parent trap. She even had a top ten. Hit on the us singles charts. Let's get together. The author of the new memoir forever young hayley mills over the course of our conversation the seventy five year old and i discussed the challenges and rewards of child stardom and what it was like working for walt disney. In the first years of her life and the last year of his what led her to pass on a role in stanley kubrick's risque lolita in one thousand nine hundred sixty two but to accept a role in roy. Bolton's risk a family way in one thousand nine sixty six. What her life has been like in the decades since from motherhood to fame two parts in the theater and as the title character on the tv series. Good morning miss bliss which ran from one thousand nine hundred seven three thousand nine hundred nine and spawned saved by the bell. What inspired her to look back at her own life in her new memoir and what she learned about herself in so doing plus much more and so without further. Ado let's go to that conversation a readiness mills will fire it up. I do hope you're going to call me. I'm going to kill terribly. Well only only with your permission only with your permission so like you or you must find back. Well okay well so thrilled to have you on the spy. Cast and congratulations on the new book. Which i've really enjoyed and We'll we'll be in our introduction separately telling our listeners more about it but I guess to begin with you. Know i i wanna say. Some of the on this podcast. We go through the big moments in the lives and careers of our guests and so there there may be there will inevitably be some overlap between the book and this. I hope you won't mind but just to titillate readers so if you if you were to my i mean for listeners. Who may not know. Can you tell them where you were born and raised and what your parents did for a living. Learning london raised. No just that tigon and also to come in the mid sussex. My parents were john males. Who was a very well known and much act in in the uk. A my mom. Is mary a bell. She has being an actress as she get she giving out because she didn't wanna keep leaving. My father they were obscenity. Joined hit raver not happy investor together but she was a writer at so she did have something else to to a full vaclav. Now when you were a kid before that first movie role came along which will of course talk about teach you and your family ever discussed the possibility of you getting into acting because one of the things in in prepping for this beyond your book. I came across this one thousand nine hundred sixty seven time magazine article in reference to you and your siblings. Your mother said quote. I made sure i gave them names. That would look nice. Marquee close quote. So i wonder you know. Was this something that was ever even talked about before the fateful meeting that led to your first role. Well i think that was a matter of speech She was looking The you know she thought good as parents do for the children and of course expecting the back bacteria minds that was always the prospect that we might go into the business which was the family business as an oath. Not children go into their parents. Family business whether it's Making jewelry or pumping oil. Actually you know assist juliette initiate Ballerina seems decided. She wants us to be actress. Da she actually did get into the rod academy of dramatic odds but then she felt policy in play in the west end so actually number one sir she had you know the best really the best school and education for nitrous which was being onstage and learning experience out of course over people that I moved in when i was a child by large in the business. I direct people in so the it really some people we talk about turning points and and things in our lives but you truly had one. Where if if a visit to. Your house had not happened. Your life could have gone in a completely different direction so i wonder if you could just tease this out. I mean a director comes to meet with your dad about a role for him and leaves reimagining his whole movie so that it can accommodate you expect rate extraordinary. The role was a boy. It was a little boy and he. He seen an awful lot of children. Tested of children hadn't found the right boy He visited parents while waiver. Living on evolve in sussex is absolutely true but sahil apocryphal. I was doing television commercials. You know for my own amusement. That may be a couple of kids around the kids whose parents watch on the phone used to hang out together about. I think there were around. But i do things my anyway. in the thompson sumi during these tv commercials on. They're then decided he would change it to a little. Which was extraordinary. Lucky is the second time where something that was destined bro boy actually landed in my love because mine magma very very badly wanted to have a boy a second child the boy Having had a door to my sister. Juliet and when i arrived i know she was off. You disappointed l. She was going to call the boy. Haley bridge was her father's of a name. His name is francis. Haley bell at her name is mary. Henny belly was sounding but have smaller resorts cool so and he had died by the time i was born so she said well to call you know all right so knowledgeable. 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Pastor Ron & Lynette Lewis Talk About Their Book 'Miracles in Manhattan'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:11 min | 3 months ago

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

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

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"mill" Discussed on Relentless Dentist

Relentless Dentist

03:44 min | 5 months ago

"mill" Discussed on Relentless Dentist

"That up with the other hygienists. Have you taken that up with the front desk directly. Why do i have to be the referee or the moderator the facilitator in this just address it because we know what the mission is. We know what the vision is and if you disagree on how where the path leads to that than. Have a spirited debate. That healthy conflict is something that you want to celebrate. It drives results without you. The doctor having to babysit the culture are nudging people to actually do their job. So what are some steps that you can take. What am Challenging you to do here in eliminating gossip. I make sure that you're not contributing to it. They are not gossiping yourself. And they are not listening to gossip. Step two is to take a stand on what this might look like for you as an authentic leaders. Say listen. i'm working on something. I don't want to work in an environment of gossip. And i know sometimes i'm contributing to that so if you see me engaging this in any way that we please call me out i would really appreciate it then. Have a team training where you're talking about. What has gossip. Why is it here. Why do we do it. And how do we eliminate and get buy in from your team to contribute to that 'cause because it's a very very valuable conversation particularly in a team atmosphere where you're facilitating it and people are saying. Yeah i do that. I'm sorry. I don't like to do that but sometimes i find myself in this vortex gossip that i don't know how to get myself out of so define what gossip is and then define what the higher ground is for your culture and then lastly set a reminder we printed out this great quote by eleanor roosevelt and a says great minds talk about ideas average minds talk about events and small minds talk about people and in that discussion. We realized that we were spending too much time talking about people and we're being small-minded when we should be talking about solutions and ideas being a great mind we print that out and we put it back where we had our team huddle to remind us of where we wanted our conversations to be and what the what the frame was certainly wanna talk about problems but we also want that to be attached to a solution so that we're not just these fall finers and we're putting blame on other people and talking about them behind their backs and really tearing down the well being of our colleagues of our patients of the doctor of the organization this is the freedom movement that i would challenge you to make here in the latter part of two thousand twenty one. I have another take charge. Tuesday email coming out on tuesday of course and it's about what champions do at halftime and so this is halftime as record this two thousand twenty one if you're listening to this and essentially real time but these are all moves that you can make throughout the year whether it be quarter three quarter four. Make sure that you're freeing yourself up again and again and that email i talk about being in the locker rooms with michael jordan high level athletes as a trainer. What i saw about. Just your typical athletes. What they do at halftime. And what champions do a half time. And i hope you're taking that champion mindset moving forward and improving your workspace improving your certainly achievements being achievement oriented but making sure that you're not sacrificing your soul at the altar of achievement that you're also harvesting some fulfillment and some meaning in the process as you're growing a practice. I'd love to hear your feedback on this gossip..

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"mill" Discussed on Relentless Dentist

Relentless Dentist

06:42 min | 5 months ago

"mill" Discussed on Relentless Dentist

"A moment. I'm headed for vail. Airport gonna fly back to nebraska and help my mom celebrate her seventy fifth birthday. It's a surprise. But this podcast drops after the celebration so the secret is safe. The funny thing is that. I remember throwing her fortieth birthday party. And i would have been six and i remember thinking damn forty is so old and now that i'm forty. Six forty is not all nor is forty-six clearly. It's also fourth of july weekend. I just sent out a take charge. Tuesday email this week about freedom. And what's your next freedom of. I challenge you to free up some of your space head space. Some of your time. It may be dropping a ppo in might be getting rid of a mean patient from your schedule at might be terminating a culture cancer. That's on your payroll or might just be freeing up your practice from gaza. And that's when i'm here to talk to you about today before i do that. I want to recognize carpi. Carpi left as a five star review on itunes along with this little note highly recommended so many insights into our needs and motivators as doctors as well as those of our team. Thank you copy if you find value in this episode. I really appreciate it if you'd also leave a five star review. I think we're at ninety eight on itunes and those reviews help us spread the word and help more dentists. So let's talk about my journey through gossip. I certainly used to run gossip mill as a practice owner. I remember coming around the corner to the back office and there would be two or three team members mumbling about something and then they would scatter and i knew it wasn't good if they weren't gonna continue the conversation in my presence it was about me or it was something that i didn't wouldn't approve of. It might have been about a patient and might have been about another team member and it was kind of the norm. It was something that i just kind of accepted as part of being an employer and one day i remember i was driving home from work and i was listening to the entree leadership. Podcast dave ramsey was talking about his company's no gossip policy and it has companies. I think you get one morning if you're gossiping. And then next time you're fired and his definition of gossip is really strict at discussing anything negative with someone who can't help solve the problem and i decided that moment at something that it's a crime in my practice that i was maybe not contributing to directly but sometimes i was listening to gossip and i wasn't doing anything to eliminate it and so i decided that i was going to take a stand against it because i knew it was unhealthy. I knew i didn't like it. I knew that. I didn't like the way that i felt when i was around it and so i created a team training called the five habits that destroy team unity and we talked about it as a team. And i'll share some ideas from that and how you can do this in your own practice. Because i've now guided several clients to the same process and the rewards not only financial rewards but just feeling better about going into your practice. Tomorrow are incalculable. So let's talk a little bit about. How would we define gossip. It's if you're talking about somebody in their absence but it's to support them like if my office manager came to me and said hey listen there on some there some hard financial times. They wanna move for treatment. Do you mind if we do a three pay with them. And i would say no absolutely not. That's in service of the patient. I might have to talk about a team member about their experience with another team member. That's not gossip gossip as when there's a net negative outcome and that you'd be unwilling to share a similar conversation if that person should suddenly walk into the room. A lot of gossip comes from envy and jealousy that i think some of us have at least at a low level and that means that the people that were talking about patients team that were unhappy because they're happy that they're succeeding in some way or that. Were happy because they're sadder struggling. This is not an environment that creates unity amongst team members. It's a very divisive piece of a culture and the problem is that it becomes addictive. Gossip isn't addictive. It's normal but left to its own divisive left to its own devices. The default setting is that it's just going to run rampant. It's going to hijack your vision. It's going to destroy your well being as doctors. It's gonna divide team members it's gonna create unnecessary dramas and none of that contributes to patient care so it is a key indicator of an unhealthy culture and it pushes people apart so if your committed to creating an employer brand if you're committed to upgrading your team and attracting more and better talent your team and training your team to reach higher levels step. One is probably eliminated in gossip from your practice because it's founded in fear and one of the key components to a healthy culture is psychological safety. Meaning i'm safe. I feel safe to have say. Take a stand. Gossip eats away at that. We use gossip to gain validation to control others to control outcomes to tear people down to be self righteous. None of this is what we wanted to cultural. You want in. A culture is healthy conflict. Meaning there's a place where i can be candid where we can disagree. But there's no hard feelings because we understand what the mission is. We understand that. I have you the other team members best interests at heart so the possibility now that we understand the problem. The possibility is that we can create a team environment of high candor high trust and very direct verbal communication. A lot of this doesn't have to be done in a back room. It can be done face to face where you as a leader can say. Hey have.

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"mill" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

04:58 min | 5 months ago

"mill" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Gilbert autobiography by john stuart mill chapter one childhood and early education. A man who in his own practice so vigorously acted up to the principles of losing. No time was likely to adhere to the same rule in the instruction of his pupil. I have no remembrance of the time when i began to learn greek. I have been told that it was when i was three years. Old i- earliest recollection on the subject is that of committing to memory. What my father termed vocab -als being lists of common greek words and their significance in english which he wrote out for me on cards of grammar until some years later i learnt no more than the inflections of nouns and verbs but after a course of vocabularies preceded at once two translation and i faintly remember going through ace ops fables the first greek book which i read the anna basis which i remember better was the second. I learned it no latin until my eighth year. At that time. I had read under my father's tuition. A number of greek prose authors. Among whom i remember the whole of herodotus and of xenophobia nhs sarah and memorials of socrates some of the lives of the philosophers by the genie's layered this part of luke and is across crises ed dominican and add nickel liam. I also read in eighteen. Thirteen for six dialogues. In the common arrangement of plato. From the youth ron to the thea- criticize inclusive which last dialogue i venture to think would have been better omitted as it was totally impossible..

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"mill" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

04:41 min | 5 months ago

"mill" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Introductory note john. Stuart mill was born in london may twentieth eighteen. O six he was the eldest of the nine children of james mill. The chief disciple of bentham in one of the most important leaders in the utilitarian movement in england j s mill as a child was almost incredibly precocious. He began greek at three and by the time he was aided read such authors as herodotus plato in the original besides such english historians as given in him at twelve. He was studying logic seriously at thirteen. You went through a complete course political economy which is father gave him in conversation during their walks. And the summaries he made of these talks with the basis of james mills treatise on this subject these and other intellectual feats will be found related in the autobiography not in a spirit of boastful nece but in support of more profitable educational methods so far young male had been educated entirely by his father but when he was fourteen he was sent to france for a year where he mastered. The language learned the much of french society and politics and continued his studies in mathematics economics and science in eighteen twenty three. He entered the india house as a clerk. In the examiners office of which his father was the head rose rapidly and finally succeeded to his father's position as chief examiner his official labor's left in considerable leisure which he employed with the industry. That had been habitual with him. Almost from infancy. He wrote for the papers helped his father on the westminster review and before he was twenty edited benham's treatise on evidence. His first original work of importance was his essays upon unsettled questions of political economy. Ridden when he was about twenty four but not published till eighteen forty four in religion mill had been brought up an agnostic and in philosophy a utilitarian of the school of bentham but after a nervous illness in eighteen thirty six he began to be dissatisfied with a high and dry intellectualism of his father's circle he learnt that happiness was to be found not indirectly pursuing it but in the pursuit of other ends and learnt also the importance of a steady cultivation of the feelings. He had already a wide acquaintance among the most active minds in london. And some of these like f. d. Maurice and john sterling aided in the process of humanizing mills.

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"mill" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"mill" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"The mill use of my talk third alert welcome back to the show everybody we are the home of entertainment and that means you're going to get all of the biggest entertainment headlines or all horror in the journal or with Elizabeth three's good morning July Hey listen before you get started to ask a question ask anything so yesterday you were filling in for Stephen honesty and you came into the prop room with media and on has asked about celebrities who have never been divorced a until we guess Tom Hanks were what how did that go with what will were we right to work and that is their pop culture and other culture pop culture knowledge game now you just out of me because I'm I'm not allowed to ask I'm sure when I'm out of the studio he does it all the time for help he does so does Donna but we were reading your mind because don has that ability so that's what actually happened glad to hear that I wasn't the only one celebrities number one by one number two Hanks was not one of the answers there are other ones that I knew was very impressive college of pop culture knowledge they love to read the stats and Ryan's like Steve's one hundred and forty one seventy four Elizabeth is one eight I don't full time host the show stats are very misleading yes much so beyond the headlines helped me very much you also get my mind going that's the key I need my mind to be good okay so let's talk about Courtney **** making some headlines today and I think this is sweet she's coming to the defense of her friends Matthew Perry so there were reports of Matthew Perry looking quite disheveled in LA this week there was a photo that was posted of him and then there were all these headlines that were like how do you go from pulled together star to disheveled bathrobe guy and it's like well you just don't shower anywhere bathrobe I don't know what to tell your sin just a normal person so Courtney **** shared a photo of herself with Matthew Perry and said guess who I had lunch with today I know could I be any happier hash tag real friends and so it was they were referencing Derek tag lines from the show you know Monica I know could I be any happier it was sweet but we're saying to the only thing that we didn't like was courting relief filtered up that photo and yeah looks he looks listen you are really guilty of excessively filtering now I don't want to say that I haven't used you know the Paris filter on occasion which things out and then a little slight little starting that being sad Theresa geo dice have you noticed her photos that she posts and stuff off the waste off of out of control my eighty leaks is really it's just like guys we can tell everybody yeah I don't like the little tiny one with the little smoothed out or maybe just brightening I like to brighten things up just the light I teach art pictures and it's dark fifteen hours a day now so what you gonna do about it is he up yeah yeah the disassembled picture was better than the Instagram yet of filtered one from Courtney **** yeah the Instagram filtered one he does look he looks kind of like yeah yes he does where it looks worse than that the struggle well these Cordy all gosh sorry guys I've got me a you know lots of sounds going was a recipe for the kini that just popped up in the third plan.

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"mill" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"mill" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Mill meek mill Allen may twenty four seven big boys got you right now twenty four seven was the four eleven when you see me now like cabinet color forever I got a million saying it is ninety two three our defense coming up at seven forty nine so continue to hang out with us all righty just recap in the valley it's heated in a dream in her dream all right and it was a famous person it was and I did have some great set and I do want to tell really okay I got it how far did you go with the team okay in the dream we were like trying to not checks right anyway and I was just like no I can't let you know that I knew in the dream you take and then I was like forget.

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"mill" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

06:27 min | 2 years ago

"mill" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"Of this clinic but just the some of the stone face looks to where the gospel hard and i would say like they've heard it before yeah you know a majority of people in this country have heard but they're just so callisto right now god is either giving them over or you know hopefully grand slam repentance and i almost think like social media has made it it's good and it's bad in a way because i think it fuels the fire for a lot of people on their side yeah like they just the more posts they see against their view they get angrier and angrier and angrier you know and it makes them wanna like being flight mode all the time and another inconsistency that i noticed lately too is like a i guess these these children at the border didn't have prior hygiene or there's not being taken care of properly so those on the left are outraged at that which i believe it's terrible we should we should respect children and humans no matter what yet do they say weaken slaughter florida them in the womb so again inconsistent like who do you care about like this is a or do you really actually care about this case or is that you just you're politically move at this point like couldn't eat you hate the current administration so much and what they're doing with immigration that you're like oh this is terrible i'm gonna you know yeah babies can be murdered and it's it's mind boggling it it really is i don't know my buckling well this is exciting episode like serious discussion but it has to be had i think again i want to encourage christians get involved in this if you don't feel called the get divorced no encourage others to go pray for others like hort support others gota end abortion now dot com in support that ministry yeah they're doing great work and they're helping other churches they're raising other churches to do exactly that go to the mill a they have information about going to your local magistrate they have information about adoption and how you can get your local church involved with paperwork ready go for adoptions so they're not just carrying about pro birth it's pro life through and through because these humans are made in the image of god the mothers and fathers of these babies is well they go there and talk to them and take care of them and that's why i go i don't go just to say don't do this you're wrong you're going to hell i say don't do this we love you put your faith in christ turned him turn from you're seeing heavier baby we will help you you don't have to do this don't do this in a shed the truth is that if you you do this if you do not repent firm any of you're saying not just this in any of you're saying if you haven't put your trust in christ you will spend any attorney how i i have to be honest after more than that as the wrath succumb fleet rafted is the come do it now today's the day of salvation but here's the hope that jesus lift they 'perfect righteous life got once he commands a sliver righteous life we can't we messed up we fall we all fell in adam adam send we inherit that sin so were born natural centers were born centers we because we are centers so the righteous wrath of god is on us but we need to turn to christ because god so loved the world that he gave his one and only son that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have internal i forgot did not send his son into the world condemned world but that the world might be saved through but we have to believe because those who don't believe are judged already so if they haven't if anybody hasn't put their trust in christ hasn't believe in christ and this isn't just like oh i believe jesus died no this belief will change you it will it will change the way you lift it would like recover early says like put on the parachute you have to trust the parachute you have trusted enough the open the parachute so you don't just put it on the truck and then faulty splat that you put it on and trusted pull that cold sweats and it's like it's like saying oh i believe that shares gonna hold my weight but you never sit in the chair do you actually believe the chairs gonna hold you wait so i believe christ died for me so i'm gonna outlive as if he did someone deliver a change life through the power of the holy spirit took my hardest don't give me hard flash and that's what we want that's why we go to the clinic that's why people go an open air evangelize that's why passers preached the way they do the gospel because we don't want anyone the paris because that with us we were heading for how we were unbelievers we're in are unbeliev until we were born again by the spirit of god to believe and now we were transferred from the kingdom of darkness into the kingdom of his marvelous slight so now the wrath of god does not abide on this but it will abide on those it will be on those who do not repent to not turn from their sin and trust in jesus christ and that is the message of the gospel that is the hope of got the hope of the kingdom that we can be in the kingdom of god by putting their trust in jesus christ by the power of the holy spirit so there is hope for the world ends jesus wins we know how the story ends jesus wins every every naval battle every tonkin festive jesus christ is lord to the glory of god the father so either you're gonna bell and confess in love in repentance where you will bell i confess later in judgment i'd rather the former free for everyone so that's my presentation and then once you do get in the game once you've repent and put your trust in christ get in the game the song from high school music in the game kitchen anything like the ad i know we'll take a break show.

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"mill" Discussed on Happy Abundant Hippies

Happy Abundant Hippies

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"mill" Discussed on Happy Abundant Hippies

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