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"All right books on evangelism if anybody wants to make notes of these great if not, it's okay Evangelism in the sovereignty of God JI Packer Definitely my favorite my second favorite and it's a close second is a book called an alarm to the unconverted by a man named Puritan guy named Joseph Alene a ll e I and e and It's actually just being reprinted by a British company called Christian focus if any and matter of fact if most of you guys I think have me on Facebook or whatever. You could tell this anybody you want in the church pastor John. I actually My wife will probably go what I ordered 35 copies that book The day before we came up here to give away. So if you want to copy that book you send me your address I'll happily send you one my expense the best Short treatment I've ever read on evangelism. This is like a 40 page book Let and it's a little bit difficult to find but you can still find it It's called reformed evangelism by a guy named Morton Morton Smith like Morton salt Pursuing God as a little booklet by man named Jim Elif e ll iff Two books by Paul washer the gospel call and true conversion and the Gospels power and message One of the books on the list is back there on the table even if none by Ryan Denton my friend He also wrote a book with another friend. My name Scott Smith called a certain sound a Certain sound and even if none by Ryan Denton Joel Beaky be ee ke wrote Puritan evangelism really good Today's evangelism its message and methods by Ernest Reisinger and Yeah Book recommendations on evangelism, please know this Adam kind of alluded to this earlier but if there's any way that I can ever help you or Pray for you In in your evangelistic efforts or just in anything Please don't hesitate to reach out You know if I were to consider myself an evangelist Which that's a whole nother sermon for another day I think evangelists in the New Testament was like church planter, but it says he gave him as gifts to the church to To build up the body of Christ for the work of ministry. And so I feel like that's what God has graciously helped me to do and And I need to be built up too. You know, I'm not You know, I'm not just the builder up. I need a lot of building up and a lot of sharpening as well. So Allene questions Joseph a ll e I n e E I n e Yeah, Richard man just do me a favor sent send me your address as soon as I get those in I'll send you one I'd love to do that An alarm to the unconverted is probably the best Treatment I've seen on Man's need for regeneration and God's work in regeneration and This new one that I've just ordered it's just being published and I think they've kind of modernized the language I mean a book was probably written in the 15 or 1600s originally and it is it is a little bit challenging with the Old language, so I'm kind of excited to get this new Updated version they've updated it a couple times before one time They changed the name and they changed it to a sure guide to heaven And I was like, oh no, that's just not the same as an alarm to the unconverted But yeah Does anybody have any questions Adam Yeah Yeah, so I mean I think So that's a good really good question John sometimes people ask that question It's kind of like you you see that they're you know, shooting an arrow at you and other times.
A highlight from How to Save Your Children from Sex-Change Predators with Prisha Mosley and Dave Rubin
"Hey everybody today on the Charlie Kirk show a fun conversation with Dave Rubin who is pro DeSantis and Obviously, I've endorsed Donald Trump is good friend of mine I think it's a lively conversation that you will really enjoy and then a an unbelievably powerful Conversation with a D transitioner. This will make your blood boil. What we are doing to our children is evil. It's Reprehensible we need to talk about it. Email me your thoughts is always freedom at Charlie Kirk comm Subscribe to our podcast open up your podcast app and type in Charlie Kirk show get involved with turning point USA at TP USA comm that is TP USA comm starting high school or college chapter today at TP USA comm that is TP USA comm Become a member of the Charlie Kirk show at members dot Charlie Kirk comm Hundreds of you are signing up join today I want to thank you guys that are becoming members. 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He was killed the next afternoon And he gave this speech and he had just been like cheating with a bunch of different women. Okay. Yeah He had a tendency. Oh my gosh. No, he was like a ridiculous out of control But he gave this speech in which he clearly predicted his own death Like there's no doubt if you listen to this that God is speaking through Martin Luther King and I and I get I don't like Martin Luther King's program. I don't like his behaviors a lot of You know worshipping Martin Luther King is absurd to me, but I gotta say if you listen to that speech God is speaking through Martin Luther King. There's no other explanation for that and you're like, well, that's kind of consistent with what we know We're all flawed the people in charge tend to be more flawed But it doesn't mean that they're not capable of greatness So let's just be honest about it The second you have to feel the need to pretend that you're perfect you become a liar and you become paradoxically even less perfect Become a member members dot Charlie Kirk calm buckle up everybody here we go Charlie what you've done is incredible here Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campuses. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk Charlie Kirk's run in the White House folks. I Want to thank Charlie's an incredible guy his spirit his love of this country He's done an amazing job building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created Turning Point USA Embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries destroyed lives and we are gonna fight for freedom on campuses across the country That's why we are here Brought to you by the loan experts. I trust Andrew and Todd at Sierra Pacific mortgage at Andrew and Todd come One of the things I don't like is how these this primary is Ruining some people's friendships. I'm not gonna let that happen people know where my loyalties personally lie and I Got to tell you there's there's some really great people that are advocating in different camps We need to keep those bonds strong for those buying strong for just no other reasons and it's the right thing to do Great American and one of the sharpest minds in the movement Dave Rubin joins us Dave. Welcome to the program Dave How's this primary treating you? I'm sure that it's it's been uplifting fun You know, and I'm sure you just want it to go on for another two years Well first off early I want to say that no matter what happens in this crazy circus that we are all endlessly sucked into and cannot get out of the orbit of You and I were friends before all of this and I will be friends after this even if temporarily We're on I don't even want to say opposite side It seems that we're both I would say in different camps or but we're on Team America Dave We're just wearing different jerseys in the primary Is that fair to say that is fair to say and that's also why and I think you were kind of getting to this in That intro there. That's why it's been so disappointing to see the level of Craziness, I would say coming far more out of one side than another which is defending itself for the most part Because I've really really been trying it and for the people for your listeners and viewers that watch my show I have really been trying to stay above the fray to the best of my ability I am not perfect at it. Just like you are not perfect at it and and often politics brings out the worst in all of us But I think the best we can do right now is fight for the things we believe in and the people that you think And accomplish those things at a political and cultural level. That's what I'm doing that's what you're doing and and that's what many other people are doing and and hopefully if you do it with a Degree of honesty and integrity. I think you'll survive either way and I think a lot of people are kind of putting that aside And Dave we've done a lot of fun stuff together and we're gonna keep on doing it I mean we went to UC Berkeley together and you had your briefcase robbed from you in the early days of San Francisco Well, you didn't tell me I couldn't leave a bag in a car outside of Morton's That's right. It was in it was in a security car outside Morton's near the Transamerica building and Dave lost everything So Dave, I want to actually give our audience a fair opportunity here and this is not a gotcha in any way Just make the case for Governor DeSantis is policy agenda how you think the campaign is going Obviously, we've been you know voicing my personal opinions on President Trump's agenda what he's doing I want our audience to be able to hear all sides of it. You know, you're a very articulate I could say spokesperson for I don't not officially but obviously advocate Kind of make the case especially to our conservative audience. And then secondly, how do you think his campaign is currently going? Well, first off just to be clear I'm not a spokesperson I am not paid for you know By the campaign or anything like that. I would not even if they offered me money. I wouldn't I'm doing what I think is Right. I tell people what I think for a living and my life Literally my life and the life of my family and my employees who are in this room and them who work remotely But many of them who live in Florida and the two companies that I moved to Florida is all enriched by the things that Ron DeSantis has done here in the great state of Florida. I left I don't know that anyone in the entire country left California fled California more publicly than I did about a year and a half ago to move to the free state of Florida I would say and I'd love to hear your thoughts on this if you are a I would say right leaning person meaning you are Let's say a disaffected liberal or you're a traditional You know religious conservative or you're a libertarian something in that or you're just I said disaffected liberal But you're just sort of an old -school liberal who's a little confused about what time it is say like an RFK type You in essence should be loving every single thing that Ron DeSantis has done. I don't know one thing that Ron DeSantis Has not done that we would have wanted him to do Florida is safe. Its economy is absolutely booming We fund the police here. We're getting ESG out of our institutions We've done that which that's actually perhaps the biggest issue that people don't talk about that often because it's kind of in the weeds on How corporations are putting wokeness on all of us? I know you talk about it, but the average person doesn't and they certainly don't in corporate America. He has fought Disney He has fought the endless racialization of our children by getting rid of this AP African American Studies course That was in essence going to teach gender theory. We've gotten some of these books that are sexualizing our children out of schools He has done Literally everything that anyone right -leaning could believe in or could possibly want to happen I would say he's done one or two things that are a little bit more like right -leaning then then I will they're perfect for me Dave I got to say I love that stuff No, absolutely. So for example, Charlie, I'll give you one that you agree with DeSantis more than I do Which is the abortion one for me, Florida had Florida had 15 week Abortion ban and I've been to every Republican event in the year and a half since I've been here and I never heard anyone complaining About it DeSantis often said that he personally was pro -life And by the way, it's it's completely within his jurisdiction as the chief executive of the state especially when you win by a freaking crazy 1 .6 million vote landslide 20 % to do what you think is right and he has the Supermajority in the state Senate to make that happen. So he switched it six now I think it's possible that will hurt him in the in the general election I think at the primary it probably a little bit works to his favor But but I know he did what he thought was right and that's what he believes At he should use his power to do as the governor So I have a disagree with disagreement with him on that, but I think that's fine But I would ask you what is there anything that Ron DeSantis you're you're at least apart Oh, he's America's greatest governor. I've said that and I and by the way, I just I've said that repeatedly and some people say oh You're anti -de Santis. I said I'm not anti -de Santis. I've said he's America's greatest governor, but let me ask you Dave Is there anything can you what would what would you say would be your biggest my biggest complaint is the last six months? He's allowing consultants and Chamber of Commerce folks to run his campaign. He doesn't sound like the Ron DeSantis of last year I'll just be very honest. So so give so we can talk about the Ukraine give me like a specific example The Ukraine language, right? So the Ukraine language he was kind of dilly -dallying and flip -flopping on that at first. He was great His instinct was territorial dispute. Then he's talking about, you know more weapons for Zelensky and all that But honestly, it's also just kind of a vibe and a tone Dave where you know, the base for example I'll give you another example his miss handling of the Trump indictment I said that Ron DeSantis should have went down to Miami done a press conference showed that hey, this is my state Hey Vivek Ramaswami did it he ascended in the polls and now Vivek and DeSantis Vivek is working with Trump and everyone knows hold on a second But you're not gonna win the primary unless you understand Trump has a bait, you know has a built -in 50 to 60 percent But but hold on but if you listen to what DeSantis his words were related to the indictment He said he would not on the first indictment He said he would not extradite him and he's gone out of his way saying he's gonna destroy the very agencies I think has been more that's fair. No his policy fine But let me tell you how the base heard it Dave the base heard this and it might not even be fair I'm just telling you how the base heard it right because remember the base is like a lover scorned They hear one thing from a politician like Paul Ryan or Boehner and Lindsey Graham So they have a heightened sense of distrust and they love Trump and that's not going to change They heard Ron DeSantis go out of his way the first time to say well I don't know really what goes into payoffs to You know play boy. I'm not even saying that's fair That was just a joke and Trump makes silly jokes and sex jokes about everything like that The laws of Trump don't apply to everyone else Dave, you know that we're in this it's a different primary, right? The laws the guy is levitates. He's a once in a 200 -year, you know He says I'm gonna shoot somebody on Fifth Avenue and he goes up in the polls. He attacks He's not a politician at this point. He's something beyond a politician, which I also think there's a certain demagoguery That's somewhat dangerous related to that. But oh, by the way, again, you know, I you know, I voted for Trump I like no, I know No, and I just so that was another thing and then finally I know that I'm a little biased when very biased when Ron DeSantis Didn't show up at our event that bothered me, right? It wasn't some sort of gotcha or trap I think he would have done very well I don't think he would have gotten booed or anything But here's what I would like to see out of DeSantis, you know When we go to a college campus you say hey if you disagree go to the front of the line I want to say I want to see somebody get in the arena and say hey I'm willing to throw out the script. I'm willing to just take any question. I'm willing to kind of just fight It's more kind of total and attitudinal Dave your reaction sure So look if in essence and we'll pick it up after the break if in essence your your point is oh I agree with Virtually all of the policies and nobody has accomplished more than this guy and done everything I want to do But but there's a little bit of a marketing issue here All right, I'll go with you on that and I think that can be dealt with but we'll pick it up on the other side Well, look, I will say this the base the base is very smart and they're constantly Looking in a way of who's gonna betray me next This is the advice I'd get I gave the DeSantis privately and publicly and right now the Rubicon has been crossed where they think DeSantis is gonna betray. I'm not even saying that's fair, but but I'm not saying it's fair. It's honest I mean Trump Trump has done far more to betray the truth and and in a certain way the Respect of the base every time he lies about dissent, right? So when he lies about kovat in Florida who was the best governor for kovat in Florida kovat in the country DeSantis 100 % But who has more who has more in who has done more work and more praise for Paul Ryan Is it Ron DeSantis or Donald Trump for Paul Ryan? I can't I can't either way but at the same time we could talk about getting after the break I can't speak either way. I mean I could show you plenty of videos of I'm gonna tell you this this line of what you're getting at is not persuasive to the base and I'll explain why after the break Because I'm telling you the truth. I'm not trying to persuade anybody Okay, but no lecturing the base is not how you win a primary That's that what you're doing is why he's losing because they want to hear well Not necessarily the little things Trump got wrong. They want to hear a vibe of a fighter that's gonna go crush the unit party in DC Hey everybody Charlie Kirk here every day we heard about another familiar brand selling out their companies and going woke Americans are sick and tired of having left -wing propaganda jammed into every product they consume woke mobile companies are no different for years They've been dumping millions in the left -wing causes and we had to take it because you need a cell phone and probably thought there was No alternative. 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Yeah No, it's all good at Charlie really like this is we would do this over drinks I want people to understand that like there is something that transcends politics here Well, let me ask you something because one thing that I've been confused sort of going off what you said right before the break Was that he's sort of that DeSantis has like handed this off to that glass of people or something Do you is it your position that that Ron DeSantis has anything to do with Karl Rove or Paul Ryan? Oh, no I because Donald Trump does that I don't think he does does that repeatedly and that's what all the people but Dave I'll be honest He's acting like he does He's acting like he might as well because he's acting and talking like Karl Rove is running his campaign. No, no, no No, hold on Hold on you do you have any evidence or any reason to believe that Karl Rove or Paul Ryan have anything? No, except for the fact that Fox has been very favorable to DeSantis and Paul Ryan sits on the board But that seems like a reach and and so what I'm not gonna do Dave is I'm not gonna go through every Truth social and go through all that with you know Trump saying But sure we don't have to go through all of that except but it is important I think to some degree because I agree with what you're saying about The base in that in their passion for Donald Trump and why it's important and shouldn't be ignored and by the way When I'm frustrated with some of the the surrogates let's say or some of Trump's behavior lying about Florida and kovat that sort of thing That's that's a direct frustration. It's not a frustration with the people that support him But for example, I mean I have the exact quote right here from DeSantis about a month ago I actually did a little research before I joined you today. This is a direct quote from DeSantis I have not spoken to Paul Ryan since I was elected governor and I've met Karl Rove won I really think it's important that your viewers who are the base understand that because if you listen to any of the surrogates and Donald Trump himself They're implying that he's somehow working with these people and that they are in charge of his campaign and everything else and it's simply not Okay, and I think that that's important. That's important to know but know that that's that's fair. I'm glad I'm glad we cleared that up DeSantis has gotten favorable treatment on Fox and Paul Ryan as a board member there, but let me let me put that aside Let me just say though the type of campaign Trump was on with Brett Baer what two weeks ago? Fair enough. I would say though That was a that was a mostly peaceful interview as we would say But let me let me just put it with the type of campaign I want DeSantis to run is like the vague which is there needs to be a sign of respect towards Trump But I don't feel with this from DeSantis. I'll be very honest DeSantis is a governor Thanks to Donald Trump that primary was not going well for him, right? So he's challenging the alpha beast, right? He's challenging the guy that did kind of Anoint him to win the primary and eventually the general the vague is smart The vague is reading the room that these indictments the amount of criminalization of Trump really Increases people's fervor of the injustice towards him. So DeSantis has a choice Do you run kind of a policy technocratic campaign? which is what he's running and I don't think it's going very well or do you read the room and you realize the base has an attachment to Trump and I'm going to respect that it seems as if it's in some kind of murky middle. I guess my question is Dave How do you think the campaign is going? Right. Well, I would say that first off just quickly on the Vivek things I don't want to spend too much time on that I mean It's fairly obvious to anyone paying attention that that Trump and Vivek are coordinating right Vivek is doing all Endless attacks on DeSantis no attacks on Trump and all of the Trump surrogates online, you know who they are They're always pumping up Vivek because Vivek is going after DeSantis Also, if I was to believe any of the polls and national polls, by the way mean absolutely nothing We're also seven months away from the first primary I mean really think about that like the first primary isn't until January of next year and Everyone's going crazy as if oh my god on any given day. Like the whole world is gonna spin out of control The you would never you would never if you were so confident of your lead you would never spend all day Attacking the number two guys. So that's just a little insider political jockeying However, I will agree with you that in terms of some of the strategy of the rollout They probably should have been more aggressive. I do see that changing. Look DeSantis just went on Russell Brand last week He just went on CNN for the first time last week I think he's doing Megyn Kelly this week if I'm not mistaken and she's been very very critical of him Russell's a lefty. I mean he certainly isn't you know, no one that you would call a traditional conservative by any stretch I would love to see him go on the view sit directly with those women and call out their endless lies about Florida, you know Anna Navarro who lives in Miami who rails against Florida every day He should sit right next to her and call her out so if you want if your question is really do you want to take some of the Anger that the base has because of the way Trump being treated and he's being treated horribly And I completely agree with righteous. I agree. I agree There's probably some way to do that But I would also say to some extent if you just want to view this if you just want to view this in the political lens Maybe this is why Trump should stop lying about DeSantis every which way and you know, he is Everything he says about DeSantis is a lie. Everything he says Dave. I'll be honest It's also a lie when DeSantis goes after Trump and says he was pro Fauci and all that. That's just not true But but and it is what it gave Fauci an award on the way out. We're out of time Dave Rubin. Thanks so much All right, you've probably heard me it's actually now 25 pounds that I have lost and I'm sure some of you say Oh Charlie. I've tried everything. That was me You know my first zoom call with my PhD weight loss. I was kind of skeptical. I was like, come on guys All right. 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And I sent out this tweet both of you by the way, by the way, welcome to the program I said this tweet up Preisha Mosley is a 25 year old North Carolina woman who is suing the doctors who aided her sex change According to Preisha these doctors approved cross -sex hormones and a double mastectomy after consultation as brief as two minutes They also told her taking testosterone shots would allow her to quote grow a penis in Reality Preisha was just a 15 year old batter battling depression anxiety anorexia Her parents fought against her transition, but were steamrolled by enablers posing as medical professionals Preisha and Josh. Welcome to the program I understand there's some legal sensitivities around all this and so Preisha tell us in your own words your story and Why you're pursuing a lawsuit? Um, so my story is that I was a very troubled teenage girl I had a very sudden hard and strong puberty and Basically, my body grew faster than my brain. I Started receiving attention from boys and men who just wanted to touch me And Then at 14, I actually experienced a sexual assault which led to a miscarriage and totally divorced me from womanhood and then at 15, I was online in the pro Anna community and that's a self -harm community where people have anorexia and enable each other and Transgender adults came into the community and started telling us that we couldn't eat because we were born in the wrong body and we were boys and Eventually, you know after hearing an onslaught of this for so long and proof, you know I I ended up believing it and I was desperate for a cure. I was suicidal and had attempted And I just wanted to feel better. So I Was met by medical professionals who said the same exact thing You know you you have a disease you were born in the wrong body, you know you and so on and so forth Um, and I'm bringing a legal case because I've come to realize that I am not a boy I wasn't born in the wrong body. I I was mentally ill I needed therapy I I needed someone to care for me. Um But that's what happened it's a very powerful and by the way courageous testimony that you have Josh You're the attorney for Preisha Josh. Can you fill us in on who Preisha is suing and what is the complaint? basically detailed That's right, Charlie as we allege in the complaint Preisha is seeking justice because she feels that she was deceived and misled into a Medicalized gender transition being placed on what they call cross -sex hormone therapy which in actuality is injecting large amounts of testosterone the male hormone into her female body and also having her healthy breasts removed by a plastic surgeon at age 18 after she was put on the testosterone at age 17 and Doctors and the counselors who were involved in leading her down this path and the the tragedy of it is that It happened and Preisha was left with her mental health issues unresolved Contrary to the promises that were made that these medical interventions would in fact cure her mental health Problems and issues and that they were a treatment for those mental health Issues but as alleged in the complaint that did not happen Preisha was left with her mental health still untreated and unresolved and with additional significant mental and emotional injuries and of course the physical injuries That were brought about by her being on testosterone for years and without her body parts So I just need to editorialize for a second There are thousands if not tens of thousands of other young people that are now walking into the same circumstances that Preisha Was nine years ago.
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Morton Klein: Biden Is Coupling Antisemitism With Other Phobias
"In addition to more than watering down the definition including a definition that's dangerous and frightening that will protect major Jew haters in Congress officials in the world and on campuses It protects them now You can't call them anti semitic according to what Biden is embracing In addition in the same sentence when he condemns anti semitism that Biden in this report condemns islamophobia homophobia transphobia misogyny In other words he makes antisemitism no longer unique by coupling it combining it with these other phobias and these other groups don't have nearly the amount of dangerous hate speech and attacks as the Jews do 63% of all hate attacks in America according to religion 63% against Jews not against Muslims or Christians or any of these other groups So he's really watered down a terrible way And let me tell you something else dangerous here I must say Mark He once hate speech to be abolished This is very dangerous Of course we're all against hate speech No one should use it But how will he be defining hate speech Here says we have to abolish hate speech That means if I attack Lewis farrakhan is that hate speech Will they say that means I'm a racist by attacked the radical group Black Lives Matter Is that racist If I attack Iran or radical Islam is that racist It's very dangerous what he put in this report by wanting to abolish all hate speech which means that if anyone's idea of how they will define it and this is really another dangerous aspect of this whole report
Morton Klein: Biden Administration Is Redefining 'Antisemitism'
"The United States came out just a few hours ago With their program of how to fight Jew hatred anti semitism Instead of using the normal respected accepted definition for anti semitism called the Ira definition Instead added to it as a valuable tool to other definitions by nexus and others these other definitions that they're now promoting as valuable and important say if you oppose the Jewish State of Israel it's a very existence That's okay That's not anti semitic If you treat Israel differently from any other country that's not anti semitic At all which means the United Nations for example which has overwhelming number of critical criticisms of countries overwhelmingly it's against Israel But that wouldn't be as I said this is according to the new definition of Biden When a journalist is killed in Israel embedded journalists journalists are killed in more situations all the time No country has ever condemned for it It happens When Israel has a journalist killed the whole world starts condemning Israel which of course is anti semitism They're being treated differently So this report allows the George Soros the anti Israel politicians to no longer be allowed to be called anti semitic that allows the campus programs on college campuses that promotes boycotting in Israel Now it's no longer an antisemitism So we can't fight him as readily This is a very dangerous definition that he's put out And it's interesting He put it out two hours before this very holy day tonight culture viewers
Murray's big fourth quarter propels Nuggets past Lakers 108-103 for 2-0 lead in West finals
"The nuggets lead the Western Conference Finals two games to none after topping the Lakers one O 8 one O three. Jamal Murray dazzled with a game high 37 points, 23 of them in the fourth quarter. Once you see a couple go in, you know, I can get a role in. So I was able to just find a little separation and just rise up over the top and make some shots. The nuggets were down. 11 in the third quarter before taking over in the fourth, hitting 5 consecutive three pointers. Game three is Saturday in Los Angeles. Bruce Morton, Denver
Nikola Jokic leads Nuggets past Lakers 132-126 in West opener
"The nuggets hung on to defeat the Lakers one 32 one 26. As usual, leading the way was two time MVP Nikola Jokić with 34 points, 21 rebounds and 14 assists. We need to be in a game. So I think it's being aggressive. It's a normal right now. Denver was up by 21 and the third quarter only to see LA pulled it within three with one 12 to go. However, the nuggets held the Lakers scoreless the rest of the way, running their home court playoff record to 7 and O. Bruce Morton, Denver
Nuggets beat Suns 118-102 in Game 5 to regain series lead
"The nuggets are one went away from advancing to the Western Conference Finals. This, after they grabbed a three games to lead by defeating Phoenix one 18 one O two, that said, Denver coach Michael Malone says his team will need to play tough defense in game 6. When we're not running and we're not defending, we're going nowhere. And that's what we have to do game 6 and a couple of nights. If we're going to try to close the series out. Nicola jokic dominated with 29 points, 13 rebounds and 12 assists. Game 6 is Thursday in Phoenix. Bruce Morton, Denver
The latest in sports
"AP sports, I'm Bruce Morton, high drama in Philadelphia with a sixers series with Boston stands at two two. James Harden's hoop sent the game to overtime, then his three ball with 18 seconds left gave Philip a one 16 one 15 victory. I'm a competitor like I always want to win always want to be aggressive, I always want to do things to contribute to winning. That's just me. In the west, the nuggets met the sons. George Tanner has the story from Phoenix. Devin Booker and Kevin Durant each had 36 points as the sons that he had the nuggets one 29 one 24 to tie their Western Conference semifinal series at two victories apiece. Landry shamit had 19 off the bench, including 5, three pointers. The corolla jokic led Denver with a career in playoff I 53 points. Both series resumed with game 5 on Tuesday. Hockey, the Devils pulled within two games to one by thumping Carolina 8 to four. Jack Hughes, who led the way by scoring two goals and helping on two others was glad to be on home ice. They took it to us. When they were at home for two games, so we wanted to come home and match that same energy in, you know? We did a really good job. The Panthers have a three games to none lead over Toronto. Sam Reinhardt came through with the overtime goal as Florida prevailed three to two, and the kraken went up two games to one by pounding Dallas 7 to two. Baseball, the rays ran their major league best record to 28 and 7 by walking off the Yankees in ten innings 8 7. Meanwhile, the top team in the national league flexed its muscles when the braves got past the Orioles. Atlanta first baseman Matt Olson said it was nice to take a series from a quality opponent. Yeah, they're obviously off to a really good start. And it's played some tight games a series, so good to battle out that one today for the series win. Baltimore has the American League's second best mark at 22 and 12. Bruce Morton, AP sports
Kraken beat Avs 2-1, eliminate defending Stanley Cup champs
"Defending Stanley Cup champ Colorado is out of the playoffs after the first round. This after the kraken only in their second year of operation escaped with a two to one victory in game 7. Senator Yanni gore, just making the playoff is an accomplishment we battle so hard all year long, but getting to win here in game 7 showed how much character, how much care we have for one another, how much belief we have in this locker room in this group. All of our Björk's grand scored both Seattle goals in the second period and ex avalanche netminder Philip grubauer sparkled between the pipes with 33 saves. Bruce Morton, Denver
Murray scores 34, Nuggets beat Suns 125-107 in Game 1
"The nuggets pulled away in the second quarter and raced to a one 25 one O 7 decision over Phoenix, Denver's Jamal Murray was game high with 34 points and says it would be best if his guys don't change a thing. We're gonna keep doing what we're doing keep proving everybody wrong and just taking one game at a time. We know I'm not gonna overrate them, not gonna underrate them, just go out there and focus on us and try to win the series. Murray was backed up by 24 points and 19 rebounds from Nikola Jokić. The nuggets were host game two on Monday night. Prince Morton, Denver
Nuggets take Suns, NFL draft
"Or AP sports I'm get cool and emphatic start to the Western Conference semifinals in Denver correspondent Bruce Morton reports. The nuggets thumped Phoenix one 25 one O 7. Denver gained separation in the second quarter led 68 51 at the break and kept its distance. The nuggets Jamal Murray was game high with 34 points. We're gonna keep doing what we're doing, keep proving everybody wrong and just taking one game at a time. Other NBA news, 76ers center, Joel embiid is doubtful with a right knee sprain from Monday's series opener in Boston. Stanley Cup playoffs, John Tavares scored four 35 into overtime to give the Maple Leafs their first playoff series win in 19 years with a two one game 6 win over the lightning. But in saying that, I think we just did a good job of staying within finding ways to win. Also in the east, the rangers forced a game 7 with a 5 two win over the Devils in the west, the oilers eliminated the kings with a 5 four game 6 win. Day three of the NFL Draft, the LA rams drafted two time national title winning Georgia quarterback stetson Bennett in the fourth round. I love competing against the best and, you know, it helps when you got the best on your team. And I think we do. The rams also made Toledo defensive linemen, Dez Juan Johnson, mister irrelevant, with the 259th and final pick. Major League Baseball, the Padres slugged 6 home runs during a Mexico City series game that featured 11 total homers in a 1611 route of the Giants. San Diego manager bob Melvin across the board are bats were really good today. You know, you get the ball in the air and we have some guys that can do that. Other animal results, the pirates swept a double header and the brewers, D backs, Phillies, Dodgers, Marlins, and reds were winners. In the AL, the Orioles and tigers split a double header, while the rays Blue Jays rangers Red Sox and royals were also victorious. And finally, Yankees captain Aaron judges being evaluated for a mild hip strain and the rangers placed ace Jacob de Grom on the 15 day IL with Wright elbow inflammation. I'm geffen kuba for AP sports.
Kartye scores in NHL debut, Kraken lead series 3-2 over Avs
"The defending Stanley Cup champs are on the brink of elimination. The avalanche fell to visiting Seattle three two. The game winning goal came off the stick of Yanni gourde, whose team leads the best of 7 series, three games to two. We all know in this league the Ford game is the hardest one to get to and it's going to take everything out of everyone in this locker room to get that one. The victory also featured a goal from Thai Cartier who was making his NHL debut, game 6 is Friday in Seattle. Bruce Morton, Denver
Nuggets eliminate Wolves 112-109 behind Murray, Jokic
"The nuggets closed out their first round series with Minnesota in 5 games with a one 12 one O 9 victory. That left Denver coach Michael Malone with a sigh of relief. To win a series. I don't care 8 seed one seed, all that other BS to win a series in the playoffs is hard. So I'm really proud of our guys. With the exception of the series opener, every game was hard fought. In the clincher, it wasn't until 52 seconds left when a putback by Nikola Jokić lifted Denver up for good. Next up for the nuggets is Phoenix, a series that begins at home on Saturday. Bruce Morton, Denver
Sixers sweep Nets, NHL overtime action
"AP sports, I'm Bruce Morton, Philadelphia, without big man Joel embiid, went into Brooklyn and completed a sweep of the nets with a 96 88 victory. Phoenix took a three games to one lead on the clippers by winning in Los Angeles one 12 100, with Giannis ate to compo out due to injury, the bucks fell at Miami one 21 to 99. The heat lead that series two games to one, and the Lakers led all the way, topping Memphis one 11 one O one. The grizzlies trail, two games to one. Baseball, the rays got by the White Sox four three, good for a fourth straight win. In the national league Pittsburgh moved out to a 15 and 7 start with a two one decision over the reds. Hockey, Vegas went to double overtime before winning at Winnipeg 5 four. The Maple Leafs only needed one over time to defeat Tampa Bay four three. Ditto for the Devils who won in the extra session over the rival rangers two one, and in regulation time, Colorado won at Seattle 6 four. Bruce Morton, AP sports
Bruce Morton, correspondent, with Sixers forward Tobias Harris, Suns guard Chris Paul and Yankees shortstop Anthony Volpe (toh-BYE'-yuss) (VOHL'-pee)
"A piece for it. I'm Bruce Morton. Saturday NBA playoff action began with Philadelphia minus big man Joel embiid winning at Brooklyn 96 88 to complete a sweep of the nets forward Tobias Harris says all season, the sixers have dealt with adversity, which enabled them to complete this sweep. Our record on the road as well in different guys in and out of the lineup from time to time and being able to just find a way to get victory. In Los Angeles, the suns moved out to a three games to one lead by topping the clippers one 12 to 100. Chris Paul scored 19 points, 12 of them in the fourth quarter. I tried to get myself going defensively. And so the shots, they gonna come. We practice all day long. We practice for those situations. And so when they come, you know, you live with the results. Miami made the best of Milwaukee missing the injured Yanis onta compo to beat the bucks one 21 to 99 good for a two one lead. And the linkers let all the way defeating Memphis one 11 one O one also good for a two one advantage. Baseball Tampa Bay is an MLB best 18 and three after getting past the White Sox four three. Elsewhere in the American League yeast, the Yankees walked off the Blue Jays three two. New York shortstop Anthony volpe says winning these intra division games is key. Anytime you have a really good division opponent like that and we play them as much as we do coming up, we really want to take these games. In the national league, Pittsburgh defeated Cincinnati two one winners of 6 straight, the pirates are off to a 15 and 7 start. Meanwhile, lots of free hockey in the NHL playoffs. Michael amadio scored in the second overtime lifting Vegas to a 5 four win at Winnipeg. Morgan rielly lit the lamp in the first overtime as the Maple Leafs got a four three victory at Tampa Bay in New York, Doug Hamilton pocketed the overtime goal as the Devils beat the rangers two one, and Colorado needed only 60 minutes to win at Seattle 6 four. Bruce Morton, AP sports
Soto, Padres beat Atlanta 1-0 to end Braves' win streak at 8
"Nick Martinez drew 7 shutout innings leading the San Diego Padres to a one to nothing win over the Atlanta Braves. Martinez allowed just three hits combining with three San Diego relievers to blank the braves, putting it into Atlanta's 8 game winning streak. Feels good with a team like that. You can't really give them a chance to breathe and I think I feel like I did a good job keeping my foot on the pedal there. Juan Soto solo home run in the fourth inning, his fourth of the year was the only run of the game as the Padres ended their own three game losing streak. Charlie Morton took the loss allowing just to run on 5 hits in 6 innings of work. Philip gon, San Diego
Kraken make successful playoff debut, stun Avalanche 3-1
"The kraken's franchise playoff debut was a smashing success, a three to one win at Colorado, Alex wenberg scored the game winning goal in the second period. Yeah, I mean, it's great. Obviously, we played a good game. Getting the first franchise win in playoffs, but right now this game won. I mean, obviously we were happy about this performance, but we got to do it again and do it again. Phillip crew Bauer stymied his former team, turning aside 34 avalanche shots. The series resumes on Thursday. Bruce Morton, Denver
"morton" Discussed on The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast
"Well, don't worry. If they end up in Florida, I think the sandals are just setting up to Martha's Vineyard. So we'll be okay either way. Okay. Pat Arizona. Are your whistles at the ready? Here we go. All it was the costly notion. Shipping, get those across the ocean. They threw me on a plane. Though I thought I weighed many tummies, Escobar had lots of monies from trafficking cocaine. I could tell you things off this hippo talked I'd sing. Oh yeah. There were guns and ties were there to buy some blow. I couldn't name names. He's dead right, Pablo? Other hippos they are twerking, but my balls, they aren't working. They've been deuterons. I can't for vacation now I'm looking at castration, why am I so despondent try and catch me a bastard? Very nice. Sports news from the fans view, the rich eisen show podcast, dealing with the serious. Rob Manfred baseball commissioner and why do you think that the pitch clock will be one that fans won't want to see them? The single biggest issue that fans have is delays, lack of action in the game. With the pitch clock that I'm concerned about is a game is going to end on a pitch clock violation. And the not so serious. By the way, I love the new spots. You know, we were thinking of airing some of these spots on this program, but my crew is pushing back saying we don't have the rights. If you need it in writing, we'll get it for you and write it. You want to show the spots for it to work good. I heard him say rich news, whatever you want. You want to take advantage of my relationship with the commissioner, Major League Baseball. How dare you?
"morton" Discussed on The Qwipster Film Review Podcast
"During this time directors brought in somebody they were very familiar. With max headroom co-creator george stone come in and contribute additional ideas as the writers determined that they needed to break off from the directors to form a story from what they had. Now when concocting all this things got even more expensive. These set pieces force them to acquire additional funding through a presale to disney distribute but disney demanded a very child friendly script revision. This was skewing way to adult. It was going to be way over the heads of kids. They thought so. They wanted everything to be redone. So your typical kid could really understand it and be entertained by it and the reason why they wanted to do. This was not necessarily artistic. It was because they actually wanted to build. Mario brothers related theme park attractions at disney world and disneyland site so joffe he decided. Well we're getting to the point where we actually have to shoot this thing. He contemplating actually stepping it at this point in writing a new screenplay himself but the directors begged him not to because they had finally found a script after all of these revisions as everybody seemed happy with but joffe knew that disney was not going to be pleased by this so without knowledge of the directors. Joffe hired bill and ted co-creator solomon along with ryan row to try to soften things up with a script with the revision without changing the plot. Because the sets and costumes were nearly complete. They didn't wanna change any of that. So solomon came in he altered or excised all of the adult elements he could strippers hookers junkies. All that stuff was completely removed or it was changed very dramatically in the script. He jettison especially expensive set pieces. Like this mad max style. Mario kart sequence that was scripted in their the brooklyn bridge finale even found its self cut completely out and the director's not knowing all of this was going on. They were finally handed. Solomon script about two weeks. Prior to the start of filming. They considered quitting at that point. Knowing that this was just never going to work. This was not the movie that they signed on to do but the felt professionally obligated to try to carry through all of their very complex ideas. They felt that they might actually save the film if they could be around to make adjustments while they were shooting morton ceremonies though very disappointed he went out and burned his meticulous storyboards in the parking lot because he felt that they no longer. We're going to have relevance for the film that they were going to be making in the future morton did wake up early. Each morning to draft all new storyboards for all of the various units who were shooting concurrently and to retain the cast and crew the directors. Instead of telling everybody that this was out of their control they actually went out and promoted all of these changes that disney had wanted to make to their film the ones that they actually hated deep down as beneficial to all of the cast and crew to try to keep them from fleeing now. After falling behind dramatically the producers did contemplate firing the directors. But there was nobody else at this point who fully knew what what movie that was. Actually trying to be made here. The best they could do was whatever visions still retained in the minds of morton jank kelso. They decided they weren't gonna find the directors but instead they're handpicked cinematographer peter levy that was basically a warning shot to the directors to not make too many changes so they replaced levy with oscar..
"morton" Discussed on The Qwipster Film Review Podcast
"That connects these two dimensions the dino dimension as well as that of earth and these orphaned brothers mario and luigi end up finding that portal as well as entering into the modern reptilian realm now the directors hired four their revision. Mystery dates. parker. Bennett and terry ruin tae. They were young up and covers not necessarily pick because of their prior writing but they were intrigued because they had created this mockup poster that showed a maze of pipes that lead to these very sinister glowing eyes in the darkness. And that was the tone that john kelly and morton wanted for their new film so they hired these young guys and over several drafts bennett and rotate replaced the childlike fantasy elements with very rational science. Fiction that the directors preferred and eventually they skewed more toward a very darkly zany rob like ghostbusters. Writing mario's part with fellow smart alecky chicago in bill. Murray in mind this adjusted. Maybe bruno kirby would be a natural choice to play. Mario and john leguizamo to play luigi. They renamed princess l. d. to daisy which happens to be it real-life one of the games. Two princesses everybody thought toads. Dole is just not very attractive name for a princess they would make current orphan baby smuggled from the dino dimension dino hatton into a new york convent now during some of those revisions they were playing the video game along with everybody else and they thought you know really. They need to include gamers. Gamers would be disappointed if they didn't have more giants to the game. So the shoehorn over one hundred game elements into their story. Creating a very very bizarre world to try to explain how there was a correlation between the events of the movie. And what you see in the game now. The producers were worried with all of these revisions. How the script just seem to be escalating in terms of the scope. This was really blowing up the budget. So the ordered. Rewrites try to add more scenes in real world brooklyn where it would be much cheaper to produce than the dino realm including a rival plumbing operation called the capelli's as well as a major excavation premise. There and kind of a mob subplot as well so morten ankles talent agency. They recommended to star in this film. Not bruno kirby. But bob hoskins because i he was available at the time but also he had a very nice working class everyman quality to him that the directors actually really admired now. Hoskins resisted. actually. Taking the mario role for months and months and he wanted to avoid at that time. Permanent pigeonholing into just doing kids flakes because he had just done who framed roger rabbit as well as hook very high profile kids films but they offer two million dollars something. You couldn't really say no to you as well as the chance to act opposite dennis hopper who also had signed on at some point during the process. That was too much for him to eventually refused now. Hoskins was unaware that the film was based on a video game bit. His kids clued him in soon enough when they heard about them but they also wondered why their dad who couldn't even a program a vcr was now chosen to represent the consumer electronics icon of their generation to the world. Now the directors at that time wanted more revisions to the script..
"morton" Discussed on News/Talk/Sports 94.9 WSJM
"Get you my guest today. Is kate olry from the morton house kate. A lot of great things happening at the morton house And i love it because this is Spooky season for me. Then i know you really get into the The festivities with all that not only your home. But i'm sure at the morton house they love. They love spooky season right. Yes thanks for having me. The house lends itself to spooky. Yeah and if you drive by the house you kind of say ooh spooky. It was built in eighteen. Forty nine fell just got that sticky. Feel old. houses will do that whether it's creaky floors or just you know history or rumors about ghosts or things like that now. I'm not. I'm not one hundred percent. Sure is is the morton house. Would that be considered something. That may have some some extra people hanging out. Absolutely we do now. I myself have never seen anything or really felt anything. And i've been in the house quite a bit. But i'm one of those people who so desperately wants to see something that they run away. She's too needy but other people have seen things have been documented. We've had paranormal groups in We had not long ago. We had a camera of warning on camera. Go off late at night and there was a missed that came across a messed. Wow missed and we have had our staircases both to be quite active. A lady in white and other people have seen The apparition of a man. Okay house and there have been lots of paranormal groups. That have bump through. That sounds really interesting now. You got something happening coming up on saturday. The thirtieth october thirtieth. Tell me about some of this this fun stuff that we can have At the morton house. Okay we'll we'll get we'll off with with your fun. And that's the mini monsters at the morton's this is something new for us and we decided it'd be nice to have a halloween party for the kids. There will be trick or treating from in the upstairs rooms. There will be gains and stories. It runs from eleven thirty to one o'clock and it's cured three two nine. You know but depending on your kids you know you know your kids. Best acta come. It's five dollars per child and the child may bring an adult for free and then extra guests would be five dollars. That's really cool. That does sound like bring you right exactly. I may bring nieces and nephews. That might be interested in something like this. This is really cool. And what are some other things that are going to be happening during that during the mini party the mini monster parts. Well in addition to the stories and very different games will also have a cauldron there. And i like to teach a little shakespeare along with my haunting things. So we'll do double double toil and trouble and we'll bring around the cauldron and put our hands in and get a special treat. And then i have kind of a neat thing going. I think it's an ice by game. And i don't know johnny. If you're you're of the age probably were you had beanie babies. Oh yeah lots of beanie babies well. Because i don't throw things out. I have from my five girls quite a few beanie babies and i'm going to be up positioning those throughout the house and the kids can play sort of an ice by game and see how many of those they can find. I think i have more than five right. Yeah obviously that was the. Your kids are at that age where they were. Probably getting a large accumulating a large collection of the beanie. Babies so yeah. I'm glad you didn't throw those out but they do make So we'll the kids then if they find them will they get to keep these beanie babies. No they we'll give them another price so that we use the beanie babies later wonderful. That's really great. and so. Is this something that we need to register head of time or just go show up. Yeah please you can email me. That's how we're going to do it. We have be h benton harbor. H morton house at g. Mail dot com. And if you just shoot me an email we will correspond that way and that way you'll have a spot there of the house is it's a big house but we are limited in size It is going to cost us anything to enjoy this This festivities it is five dollars per child Any child can bring an adult for free. Wonderful this is really great then. So that's what's happening for the kids and you know the maybe the kids at heart if they want to enjoy that but then there's also something else that's happening a little bit later. Tell me about what's happening at five o'clock we do have. Actually we switched the time. It is now and we will be having a discussion. Debbie guy who has been a member of the board and involved with the martin house for a long time Is going to give a talk about all the paranormal activity. That has happened at morton house We've had quite a few groups over the years. go through. We have a book that has Some findings in it and she will give a lecture and we will serve you a mock tale And a scare kutaragi board. Yes creepy food and something to drink while you listen to the lecture and that should go from about seven to seven forty five and that costs ten dollars per person and then if you're very excited by all this paranormal activity and he'd like to try it on your own. Starting at eight o'clock you can bring your camera Recording device and we'll let people go through the house for about an hour and a half from eight to nine thirty and see if they capture anything and that's ten dollars as well wonderful. It's something you turn the lights off. And then you get to go around with flashlights. Or you're going to keep the lights on at the more now. I think the lights will be al For the most part. I was part of a. They had a paranormal group. Come in and i was part of a paranormal group and they. They sat in the dark for most of the time. That's really cool and like you said you haven't witnessed many things yourself but there are a lot of stories and just being in an older house and learning the history and learning about that stuff but also kind of getting in the spooky mindset. It certainly is something that a lot of people will enjoy doing. Yeah it's just a lot of fun and we've never had any scary things happen at the house. That's really cool this. This is a lot of fun and is this something that we should again register ahead of time and get more information that way. Yeah please status. Well The lecture we can accommodate more people at the lecture than we can at After the election for the ghost hunting so we probably only got about fifteen spots for the ghost hunting. Okay so if you district for that or if you want to register for both again. It's b h morton house at.
"morton" Discussed on The Head Angle Podcast
"It was like ten years ago that that's what's happening as true and it hasn't happened since like i really wanted to try and try and make it a more common thing and like i want to get to there as well. I haven't shaved that yet. Eva but it's at something that would be coldest to try and bring to the use of australia that it is a it is actually in achievable. Go before we lose battery in connection had random sort like when you were younger when dine sales hit. He's crazy being line. Did you plant some sort of state. I mean like he's like since that video now onto. I mean twenty inch wise like you writing. The big stuff has been a lot of the really really big stuff like that. I mean do like. Was that something you looked at when you're younger as well. We'll i and fucking. You could do something like that shot. I watched that video. Yeah definitely. I watched that video a lot in go back. I guess Living on the goal cast at the time. So it's like a local legend. All that stole matt's all watched him. And that was. Daphne something that like. That's insane but it wasn't something that i thought at in really drive. May until a little bit lighter on went off. He pasta Josh said was doing the full time for four nine teen project. That's right and hey contacted. Yeah he contacted my dad because dad was Doing mamba club stuff and hey off if he could come check out this property with us. The dad was like helping organized for a mountain bike event. So away met josh. Went out to this fine and we'll skyping it and i just remember it so clearly. My head standing on top of this gross hill that was like sorry for a sundown hawaii. And he's like yeah organised. Who work you know. I wanna be going. The twain savigny ninety k. Into the big jump. And i assure remember him saying that yeah and i just remember thinking that and just thinking it was like off enough is actually going to be on that faucets thinking balked like someone has that mindset is so bad off to be thinking are already guy ninety kilometers an hour into job like nothing that was i guess that led from dine. Yeah so that was kind of. That's the honestly bena thought the jer. My head like once away. I just think of him saying not like nurse shit. I'm just like if he was thinking of doing that on. A damn spoken are doing a On down watching. I was thinking that ten years ago along as product twelve years ago now so like unlike..
"morton" Discussed on The Head Angle Podcast
"It's like this is doable. Man like this. Oh doable and you put this democratic hill newsletter. That did something to turn on the ground with a debt type. I've yes the whole time yeah epic. Bmx but it was always going to be better on a bigger. That was the thing fully always. Go bam x. Is already a thing. That's already established that pop but i think the that is definitely a massive empty field for that in mountain backing that is yet to become as very hoff's attempt at happening at the moment we've back pox but yet not actually talks legis tracks. And that's something that. I wanna really work on and try and work out a way to bring it in and it's not only for the riding but it's just also you say here in the summer this massive scarves in the hill for winter infrastructure. And you're like we could be using that as just like the hills just sitting damaged from For winter why don't we make most of Too so that some yacht really wanna say and push the way that we can kind of work boxes and stuff and like those for example like that box. You don't have to grind it to ride it like you could use it as emmanuel pad could use for Slide beside coping. You gap the whole thing. It's like it's actually not as not a specific box like it's going to stay there because it's it's a park feature. It's like you can make what you want it. It's like when you're at the skype optimism box. She can nice tap it in toss lot. You can do whatever you want sir. That's That was of my best trial on that in a in a public signing was pretty cool to say the different. The audience of ride is that that help tests and everyone was riding it but in a different way it was pretty. Yeah it was sick to say. Say maybe if i get my shit together and build a better skid drawn that works giving more paper might be interested in the grinding pot. That's it and the drill. Is the problem taken off. Yeah but then. So the problem van with mound boxes the why the linkages currently work every Nardello box designed to that. They're all designed to downhill rotting. Go bombs quicker and smoother say. That's kind of an issue. That's the next kind of thing to try and work out is making a linkage like two fingers crossed bikes then works without needing intention. Yeah so as well progress stock to start to trial it in that siren and kind of i think is really cool to give it to such a small mound by community Day you get to get a taste of what's happening and what can be you know like this kid said a have never even traveled into state and all of a sudden i say something. That's lack of global progression level. I think it's pretty cool. Even if they con rod. It's just to see it and get ideas and ahead of what is achievable if they want to. And i'll have a cracking his six months overheating. Like that's the other thing..
"morton" Discussed on The Head Angle Podcast
"Lax kicking bows as larry. Hey we're back you're in the epicenter in queenstown every second dude it up yet fully. It's like if you don't have a mountain bike it's like your bascay or snowboard or bike rider. He kinda thing is kind of like what. And that's why i love it. You're surrounded around spain aven here. It's crazy luck The the gondola five years ago. I'd now everyone in line. That was like ten people but now it's like they'll be eighty people in line and another straight paypal. It's it's actually pretty insane that it's becoming such just the as just an sport now like the kids are doing at mom and dad's a like a lot of like what you'd imagine old Like plays shit there will donate. It's just like the trend. It's the thing to do now. I remember when i went to queenstown back in two thousand seventeen there. But i remember like we got into town and go to the by get some food and literally just seeing like legit amazing matt. Blacks just like chilling out front of the bar and like this is like like in sydney yarn lee. See like legit boxes. You go to the riding spots you know you have to see him hanging out in town next cafe big joint or whatever like fully fucking blue line you drive through town and say like at tanning grand downhill bikes just with a padlock around a lot tires. This as like silence written to work on it full blown down black. So like yeah. It's it's it's a trip. I like At sei still think that like every time again you yet. You gotta pablo assignments. It's like a hundred grand insurer by except the front not locked up just like in the rackets novel now no known stealing them because it's just what is there a normal thing part of local culture. It's definitely a trip. Yeah how long have you been in queenstown..
"morton" Discussed on The Head Angle Podcast
"Work can people and that was always a different combination close to home so kind of swapped unchanged through a lot of different companies and then yet kind of just fell into place really. I think it's like you look at a lot of privacy down herodotus now as well and a lot of them triaud builders because it usually. There's a boss gary that he's vein in the position of arrived. Ernie a onto stands in your lap. Farren like not gonna stop you from going to europe. So it's a pretty lenient job and always was signed. Glenn jacobs though is very lenient and dial understand a really cool with us. Taking off owed night the news like yeah obviously Rice walkouts like you have to kind of thing so yeah that's kind of how it became a career. I guess it kind of fell into place through text message than just became trying to the obvious easy job the dog every day. Anyway like i was at the trial is every single often Off trial voting of work. And it just became a thing really and then it wasn't until like the loss kind of the last three is especially that i started Helping with some big jobs like crank works store nature with some of the best often. It started becoming more of an actual not advertised but a- definitely gets my trial building as company side of. You definitely gets advertised more now. Where i kind of just did it job before. Then chard myron personal shit at the shrine on the internet but yet as as Kind of just fell into place for doing it for for a long time. That's how a lot I don't like asking this shit. I'd prefer just to do stuff in level it fall into place as you sounds building manipulate it happens. Yeah exactly you build you after. I guess i know yet by if you'll building stuff in your backyard you getting deliveries give you tons of dirt dad but then you go to shifting how much excess series have how big jumps there. How much one about a lot. yeah. I think it's Lack that's why the is kind of in different countries like belgium or south africa assigned. Because i i'm pretty sure sound told me that the south african wanna had to get a mining for much like it's it's actually pretty unexplainable. How much does it is. And how big the job. Czar until you are there and say them it's like i guess it's like danny. The incident looks big on the videos. But then you sitting there and at twenty time daego and it still looks big. You're like whoa. It's pretty hectic..
"morton" Discussed on The Head Angle Podcast
"They were Through nigel and guy fox from davinci than i was supporting me as like a kind of undercover. either. I guess for them Stir the tame so thou flowing mason product and and help me out and they got me over to europe the year before our junior today some i expressed cops and to some swayed riding at the cops to kind of get a feel of. It said that when did come time to juniors. I'd already got comfortable with being in that environment and they kind of said or would really benefit my riding and Dad was super supportive and and jumped on and then we went over for a family trip and that never been to. You're upset out super excited than yeah. We went and did that around and did a bunch of rises and and a few world cup rounds and then from there went to I'm at the guys from the polygon team. And then i signed with the polly contain the two thousand fifteen which was my festive. So i guess that That really fast tracks a lot of things. Because a lot of junior reid is always go wherever a privatised Rising whereas us year of proper rising our now senate movement contrives to in as pretty Pretty crazy feeling from dropping out of school to that it was a big change within my two years gives you kind of accelerate your life experience that have learning trajectory like. When did fuck. It's so awesome. Yeah the a pretty hectic hectic line cups shore but yes From kind of. I did my best. Yes as well cops series with them with polygon and then that was kind of like a drain of mine. I guess it went from getting shaped bikes before which was really awesome to all of a sudden like getting free box which i guess throwing opposite kid likes it. You want to be a sponsor went from the drain. Unite as game flying around the world to to rice and it was crazy Things kind of started as the year went on that That situation didn't didn't pan out as well as we had. Kind of planned my Three a contract that ended up getting taught showed off site months. And i just didn't really Get along with the manages though managing the tame and we had a few economists on wit integrator and went firm yet from full factory to privaty pretty quick and that was when that was the year that i traveled with backsta that following. You said that was a pretty crazy. Kevin events because it went from lack the biggest truck pit truck at the world cup. Sell all of a sudden sleeping in bed is baxter in in the cop. Box.
"morton" Discussed on The Head Angle Podcast
"There's not many riders at the crossing the boundaries between bmx and mountain. Bike like remmy morton quietly craving from self in the world of that. His vision flies beyond simply riding some of the world's trials on big wheels and small his passion to bill. Trials started early and he's creations around the globe and now becoming synonymous with a new generation of ryan is not content with the status quo for his own push to redefine and progress. Everything he touches it the breath of fresh air and has been inspiring crew from all sides of the biking community. Welcome to the head. Angle number nine. We catch up with the one and only remmy morton from his shack in the limits of new zealand's queenstown by the wonders of the internet. Enjoy after fuck.
"morton" Discussed on Software People Stories
"I want to ask you what kind of message you'd like to leave for youngsters will want to pursue a career in technology actually. Id and technology has moved so much that the field is really really fast. I don't think he should do technology for the sake of technology because Vetted whatever field you do have to do technology today. It's not gonna work. Otherwise because everything is online apps and morton great and i see that people are interested in being an art and music they also gravitate to they do technology but to get back into due to technology that kind of stuff so truly doesn't matter what the message messages you have to pursue your passion and some people talk about the three sees as something right after balanced. You're what you're good at. What will earn you some money. You can just ignore that because you need a livelihood unless you have a big interstate or something no name you have to have living. It's important you have to have happiness at the end of the day. You can't just be doing something and not liking it and just doing it for the money for livelihood you must always look at the long long term and the other thing is It doesn't have to be technology. It can be technology. Allied allied and. I don't think anybody can escape technology today. So many things changed as we move from like thirty years ago today completely changed and glad i'm still able to engage label on stores technologies. Even if it's a benefit level and be able to continue do have a job nicely. Put simple enough message. i think that's what Counts having a retrospective from somebody as experienced as you wanted to say time so much. This is a conversation that i've been waiting for for really long time. And i'm so glad that it happened. Thank you throw. It was really good talking to hold the time. Positive told the long story.
"morton" Discussed on Get Out There and Get Known Podcast
"It's like it's vital right. So are you always had been so you know. I speak dip away around big mama and then i guess so. It is different. But i do. I really appreciate you sharing. And there's a free gift. I think that you have at morton on tv dot com. That people can get or wall. Yeah if people go to morton media t dot com you know they can sign up for my training but then they can also sign up to have a personal one on one session with me Where i you know. Tell them you know. Get on these major network. Oh i also give them two names and phone numbers and contact people at these major networks. So yeah they. It's not free free. But it's an opportunity to get or to have access at practice for pennies basically. Yeah it's this one of the things. I always tell people in the race set. Go speed program that you know you don't have to You you need to stay ready so you don't have to get ready ready set. Go speak programs like what are the things that people need. In order to present themselves on the major networks and brand building part of it is the the the tools that you you teach probably as well you know whether they need a website. They need to footage. They need once whatever they need to have. A well written vile like you have. They need photos. You know things like that that are part of it so that when they do call you don't have to scramble and they say cindy by on a slight And to be on our shows either of the radio shows we do want you have a by although radio is better because you know you don't need to have your hair makeup you know don for radio but we do ask for bio and we do want to see a good website. Yeah we wanna make sure that you're credible exceedingly. Yeah that is it. The media doesn't give you credibility right at the credibility and in the media will highlight exactly as a whole i need to do is just get on such and such show and i'll be just like realized that they already meet their certain criteria that you who it in the Race that goes because most people think the more ready than the app because it looks real natural that we're talking and you know but they don't realize it you spent two decades or or more. Yeah doing doing what you're doing. Journalism writing as very k and and to be honest. I remember the television stations. Used to always say that they were always looking for good writers. It was so hard to find good writers and my daughter just got a fantastic writing job paying a great amount of money because she can rights. I'm so excited on the bad right. That is so key. I tell people i said. If you can ri- it is really the skill that you i mean. We everything yeah. He mails to content on web sites. And you're writing your pitch the writing your by. I mean it's so writing sochi so gerbils training even if you don't go into journalism if you wanna go into pr right. Training is good. Because you need to right..
"morton" Discussed on Get Out There and Get Known Podcast
"Morton edgy mel dot com. And you know if they know you pam you you pick up the phone and give me a call you know. And so that that's that's networking right and isn't that working really is a matter of the clients. That place on different shows different magazines and things like that is because either one of them went to school with them by class entity jay which is associated by journalists. I met them there. So it's a lot of different ways where your networking. But they have to know what they're about they have no what i'm about right right right. They have to have a good legitimate concrete yet. Isn't this or you know. Be an expert in their field. Or you just can't come on willy. Nilly you're absolutely right. It s one of the things so talk about the media training that you do you do a little bit of media training and you do a little bit of helping people with their brands. So give us some ideas if someone were to go to morton media dot. Tv immortality me. Yeah you know they. Abbas s saw that it was that com that You help them in terms of one that branding and explain to them why or explain to them in terms of media. Coaching or training what. They what a person needs to do not to today. So for a lot of years. I worked with Different companies like comcast And i produce commercials for them for their clients their clients who wanted to get more exposure in the in the media and be on huge networks like cnn or fox or msnbc or owner bt like there's over fifty networks that you know of course air commercials and even when you're streaming Shows on netflix. Or hulu or something they stop for the ads. And so my company morton media tv dot com was producing commercials for these clients and a lot of them didn't know what to do how to present themselves because many of them want it to be in their own commercial. They didn't want to either hire an actor or actress They wanted the audience to see them as the face. Their business but a lot of them didn't really you know they say for instance. I did commercials for dentists. And you know. They're not accustomed to being on television. So a lotta times. I'd have to throw in a little training session you know. How do you speak. how do you come across. How do you enunciate. How should you look into the camera. How not to be intimidated once. Wear you know Sometimes i'd have a hair makeup person on set for the women for the ladies on because a lotta times. They didn't know how to do their hair and makeup. So that that goes to the media training you know how to present yourself in any situation on stage in front of a lot of people are shy and so on television. When i first went on television. I realized there were millions of people watching And so it took me a couple of times to get over the nerves And so i teach people you know what to do to get past those nerves. Once they get on television. I show them how to get on television or how to get their business on tv. How to Get on those major networks for commercials And so that's that's the media training part. It was the second part of your questions. So you talk about branding..
"morton" Discussed on Get Out There and Get Known Podcast
"Your information about why you should be on the show. We always follow up with folks that reach out to And you can email me. At s r f morton edgy mel dot com And you can go to morton media. Tv dot com as well. But we're always on the lookout for business owners who are really working hard to get to that next level and we are willing to help them buy Promoting them on our show. I'm well i live. And then the skin deep now. How long ago did you come up with that idea. I came up with that idea two years ago and because i have a beauty salon and an ecommerce store called skinny beauty. Store dot com. I'm sorry i'm shameless plug. But this was like you know everybody's talking about skin. Color and color is in george for the whole black lives matter. I mean so you really talking about skin deep before all of that right. I was developing products For women of color That were organic and vegan based And because what you put on your body on your skin is just as important what you put in your body and so I said you know. I started ecommerce store. Skinny beauty store dot com and everything in the store is organic in the again and I said you know. I i need to talk about this. You know to a broader audience about the importance of eating. Well you know eating clean as often as you can now especially in the black community. There's so many food desserts where people don't have access to fruits and vegetables or if they do they're very expensive. Even for middle-class people fruits and vegetables are expensive. And so i wanted to talk about the importance of you. Know a using good and clean products And so i started Deep beauty store dot com. And then i pitched the skin deep show and they almost started in conjunction. So i was really happy about that. I'll train a a lip bar a hug. Yeah butler i liked. It hangs yes. I'd like her to she is Being the vegan beginner thing and it was really like one of the things where she had a career newest. I think it was on wall street. You want it to do this whole thing. Because her main thing was about beauty and then people weren't really thinking black women were ri- right. Just talk about that whole that whole thing about black women. Pd so you know has different shades or whatever so that so. I like that so if there are People who want to talk about health and wellness than they would be a good fit for the skin deep. Show as we often we do. We have doctors come on. We have people that are vegan that come on. we've talked about sex. You remember salt-and-pepper. Let's talk about sex pay. Yes we have that. That's part of your health and wellness. You know we talk about cope during the babies lately. I noticing on instagram. I graham is just a lotta baby. What else can you. What else is there to do as my daughter's twenty five but it's just like this is a baby bowl like it was making me nineteen sixty years. Okay this is this. Is the new baby. Boom kobe baby. So you know. It's like if it if people are interested in reaching out to be on the skin deep show they can reach out to me via email as well..
"morton" Discussed on Get Out There and Get Known Podcast
"We had such great chemistry so they asked me to come again and again and again and it just turned into being a fourteen years. Come show commentating. So while i was doing that i started morton media You know and morton media. Tv dot com by the way and was able to teach other people. You know how to present on television how to speak how to get on certain platforms how to get interviews In my good friend car all got an opportunity to do the small business report on sirius. Xm radio Hr voices and he asked if i would produce it and co host so it is just been wonderful that has just been up just been so blessed the s so tv sell you. You've done the stagnant high school new bryant school. John wakeman where back. And then. what's what was howard. No i went to rutgers. My mother and my grandmother went to howard. And i said. I don't wanna you know. I was born and raised in. Dc i was like. I don't want to stay in dc on sale into rutgers in new jersey and majored in journalism and Just went from there and then from there you really became. He said politics so journalism that you liked really well. Obviously being in dc awry right with it. So yeah. I fell into politics Don't ask me how. It's a long story but i fell into it ran for office Loss by little almost one. I was very young at the time. you know. when you're young. You just feel like you can do anything. You invents the ball. And after that i made so many connections and network with so many people and you know got to know so many people that you know one of those people got a phone call from the abc news affiliate and said hey. We're looking for a commentator and he said. Oh i know just the person and he referred me so i just did a a networking event for the hispanic chamber of commerce in washington. Dc and that is my story. It's been all about networking every single opportunity. I've ever had every single job. I've ever had has come as a result of knowing someone of networking so i just wanna let everybody know that. That's extremely important. That.
"morton" Discussed on Get Out There and Get Known Podcast
"Podcasts dot com at the show notes from today as well. Because we're going to have a guess there's gonna drop a lot of information so you may want to go get the show notes later. But we're gonna talk today with cherie morton who were talking off. Things media review the formal bio sees in this month's speaker magazine the march issue speakers magazine. You can read it for free speakers magazines. Admit i happen to have the hard copy 'cause you can get that as well. But serene morton is an executive producer on your house with sirius. Xm radio channel. One forty one hyphen or guess you say h you our voices in of you all don't know what h. u. r. s. stands for howard university. Radio right right and we happen to have another aka in the office and And then she also. Sarah also goes to You know ak as well be hosts two national show a small business report. Which is where i met her. She both a client had on the cooper's jones did the next burn. Carl and i was on the show as well. So that was really cool. was highlights business growth and development in the us and she also hosts the show skin deep Which focuses on the health and wellness infamies of color a permit year. Chiran was a regular guest commentator on abc news affiliate in dc Call abc abc nbc. Goes at those those stations right. Dc on newstalk where she offered her views on local national and international news in additionally she has and continues to serve as speaker an ceremonies from meaning organizations. The we'll talk about that through in the pockets as well as a businesswoman. Ceron is ceo of morton media. So we're gonna talk all things media because as for her love and also immediate training and public relations firm to help businesses. of course. She does build their brand by placing them on tv and radio. Morton reno produces both sirius. Xm radio show so she doesn't well what. She was formerly an adjunct cows professor where she taught english and journalism of course for almost a couple of decades. She's a mother of water and member.
"morton" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"So you back Talking about Minds white chart of the new fundamentalisms dividers by sore morrison morton shapiro from northwestern Saul you know. One of the chapters in the book is about religion and religion has become sort of a loaded word in the western world and so Fundamentalism is typically associated with a religion. But he talked about all sorts of fundamentalisms before Before but legions tilted means to be an issue right from a fundamentalist perspective..