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"mosel" Discussed on Free audio sermons: Get free audio sermons and free audio Bible studies!

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06:05 min | 1 year ago

"mosel" Discussed on Free audio sermons: Get free audio sermons and free audio Bible studies!

"New Account. Standard Yeah Sodom and Gomorrah you can go back in the Old Testament and point to different people and places. You think about BEC-. A! Adultery was going to be something that he was going to be charged with well before Mosel came along example after example that God has had that standard, and is going to continue to hold people to that standard on the day of judgement anything else. I want to give you some information about the conscience. If, you were to look at what the Bible says about the conscience you, all kinds of interesting facets next chapter twenty three in verse one. The Bible says the conscience can be good or conscience can be clean. Now. Would you say that a good conscience or a clean conscience is necessarily good or cleaning God site? No, we have a lot of people today, who are doing things with a good or clean conscience, but that's simply doesn't mean that they are in an approved relationship with God other passages, which talks about the conscience would include x chapter twenty four in verse. Sixteen the conscience can be clear of what of offense, somewhat similar acts twenty three in Verse One Hebrews Ten twenty two talks about a koch conscience that is corrupted or defile. Come to mind their a conscience which has been corrupted or defiled within about a computer file. If you use a computer, maybe you've had a corrupted file. What's that mean? It is bad news, but what's at me? The files corrupted. It's not going to function as it needs to function. It says you can't open the file. You can't access the information if a conscience has been defiled. What's true? The person's not going to be thinking correctly. The person's not going to be rationalizing in a proper way, and that's when some people do some very terrible things anybody see the information today about the vet. I think was a couple years ago. He was that and wheelchair. An emergency room took out a gun and shot a couple of people. The dock took the gun away from him. Anybody remember that story see that story today. He's finally been brought to trial and they were going to send him off and check out his mental health. They didn't think that what he did. Wind up with a thinking person but the ability for person to. Take a weapon in that kind of setting in any setting really, but especially hospital setting and try a shooting doctors, nurses and other people something has been messed up there in the conscience visa wartime better not you have a conscience that can be week. First Corinthians chapter eight verse seven. What's an example of a week conscience? That's exactly right navy, too young person. Maybe someone who is a senior, but they know they say it was against my better judgment I thought I should not do that. I knew that this probably was not going to turn out. Well have a good feeling about this, but did it anyway. SCRIPTURE SAYS That can be a problem with the conscience. Conscience chapter four and verse to. See someone with a conscience. What is it? No seared. You'll go beyond feeling bad, wouldn't it? A seared conscience. will feel. About. Yeah, they can commit the worst possible. Atrocity is like the hired assassin. He can go up and take someone's life and for him. It's just a business transaction. There's nothing in there s far. Yes, that's a really good. That's an excellent words. They are numb. They are void a feeling when it comes to any kind of sympathy or empathy, they do something evil, and there is no second thought for them as I, said, it could be a business transaction. Maybe it's even fun, but there is no remorse whatsoever. Another thing that can be said about the conscience is, it can be cleansed, and that's the really good news Hebrews chapter and verse fourteen. The Gen Taus they did have a conscience, and that's going to be used at the time in. Nobody wanted to take a look at something before we look for sixteen. Okay? He says in the day. Now switching to entertain judgment in the day gotcha judged the secrets of men according to My Gospel by Jesus Christ when people stand before Christ. At the time, Paul said the secrets of men are going to be reveal now the Bible presents different scenes as far as the end of time judgment and I'll confess to you that I'm not quite sure exactly how that day or how that time is going to go. On the one hand, it seems like it could be really quick. You know you've got the saved over here. And you've got the unsaved over here and Bam you know come of my father, and then to the cursed. It's OK head off into the fires of Hell. But then you have some other passages like this, which make it sound like if we could put and we're going to be outside of time, time will not exist, but if you could think about the judgment in the sense of time, divulging the secrets of men. How long do you think that would take if you're going to judge and divulge all the secrets of the enslaved? I'll tell you what it will take a long time. I mean if the average person has one hundred thousand sins, and you're going to try to recruit them all somehow. I'm not quite sure how that would work. I don't know the Paul does seem to indicate that. What or does indicate I would. I would say that more strongly. He does say that what people thought that they could hide. What are some of the sins that you think people try to hide? All right they're going to be sexual sins that people try to hide what else? Are. They're going to hide dishonesty. Theft. Right various forms of cruelty. A lot of different forms of that could take..

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"mosel" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"mosel" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Many of the Iraqis who fought to drive ISIS out of Mosel the battle was personal we're about to meet some fighters who are part and will and lead to swat unit known as the Avengers my co host ari Shapiro picks up the story from here this group has an unusual requirement for its members each of them has either been wounded by or lost a family member to terrorism the report of bringing us their story is also a rocky he spent months with the Avengers on the front lines witnessing victory and tragedy Sangar Khalil is NPR's fixer which means thing I wanna let you explain how you see your job well my job is on getting permission for Jones and taking them to the frontlines I'm dating the journalists what's what's going on like minute by minute hour by hour to show the world what's going on here in Iraq special in muscle the work that you do friend Pierre and other news organizations is often dangerous and generally behind the scenes so I'm glad to have the opportunity to talk with you here in front of the microphone thank you for the work that you're doing and and also to hear this story now you became very close with members of the swat team while you were working on a story for The New Yorker and kept in touch with three of the men who were like brothers to each other will tell us about these three men I mentally of bus sermon give Raymond cigar shop on their front lines of morsel morsel was the capital of the caliphate at that time because ISIS the clear their caliphate and all of those three guys are from morsel and Sir what is a short guy and I'm a so tough yes cars like a deep scar in his left cheek and I knew was always joking with these guys he was always making fun on them a lead is a big guy with their thick mustache he was so tough and very clever and the fighting Sigur was one that so many times before the fighting against ISIS on his head down but it was covered by scars and cigar and servants wife and children were trapped in the city under Islamic state control last time Sigur so is wife she was pregnant cigar couldn't meet his son Sir mod Ali and cigar they were so close to each other they actually had the each other's names tattooed on their hands they have tried to send their hands and I was frightened and service left I asked to leave I should just go with the command what's the idea of the taxes he said because in the hot water might dies he will stay and stick with me down my entire life how dangerous was it I mean you were there on the front lines with them what were the conditions like it was so dangerous because these guys they have like very limited ammunitions and they and they may have car bombs IEDs snipers and they had too.

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"mosel" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"mosel" Discussed on KCRW

"Out of Mosel the battle was personal we're about to meet some fighters who are part and will and lead to swat unit known as the Avengers my co host ari Shapiro picks up the story from here this group has an unusual requirement for its members each of them has either been wounded by or lost a family member to terrorism the reporter bringing us their story is also a rocky he spent months with the Avengers on the front lines witnessing victory and tragedy Sangar Khalil is NPR's fixer which means saying I wanna let you explain how you see your job well my job is on getting permission for Jones son taking them to the frontlines I'm dating the journalists what's what's going on like minute by minute hour by hour to show the world what's going on here in Iraq special in muscle the work that you do friend Pierre and other news organizations is often dangerous and generally behind the scenes so I'm glad to have the opportunity to talk with you here in front of the microphone thank you for the work that you're doing and and also to hear this story now you became very close with members of the swat team while you were working on a story for The New Yorker and kept in touch with three of the men who were like brothers to each other will tell us about these three men I met tally of bus sermon give Raymond cigar shop on Monday frontline self morsel morsel was the capital of the caliphate at that time because isis declared their caliphate and all of those three guys are from morsel and Sir what is a short guy and I'm a so tough yes cars like a deep scar in his left cheek and I knew was always joking with these guys he was always making fun on them a lady is a big guy with they have thick mustache there was so tough and very clever and the fighting in Sigur was one that so many times before the fighting against ISIS and his head down but it was covered by ice cars and cigar and servants wife and children were trapped in the city under Islamic state control last time Sigur so is wife she was pregnant cigar couldn't meet his son ceramide Ali and cigar they were so close to each other they actually had the each other's names tattooed on their hands they have tried to send their hands and I was frightened and service left I asked to leave I should joke with the crowd what's the idea of the Texas he said because you know how far that someone dies he will stay and stick with me though my entire life how dangerous was it I mean you were there on the front lines with them what were the conditions like it was so dangerous because these guys they have like very limited ammunitions and the enemy had car bombs ladies night person they.

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"mosel" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"mosel" Discussed on KCRW

"Out of Mosel the battle was personal we're about to meet some fighters who are part and will and lead to swat unit known as the Avengers my co host ari Shapiro picks up the story from here this group has an unusual requirement for its members each of them has either been wounded by or lost a family member to terrorism the reporter bringing us their story is also a rocky he spent months with the Avengers on the front lines witnessing victory and tragedy Sangar Khalil is NPR's fixer which means saying I wanna let you explain how you see your job well my job is on getting permission for journalists and taking them to the frontlines updating the journalists what's what's going on like minute by minute hour by hour to show the world what's going on here in Iraq special in muscle the work that you do friend Pierre and other news organizations is often dangerous and generally behind the scenes so I'm glad to have the opportunity to talk with you here in front of the microphone thank you for the work that you're doing and and also to hear this story now you became very close with members of the swat team while you were working on a story for The New Yorker and kept in touch with three of the men who were like brothers to each other will tell us about these three men I met tally of bus sermon give Raymond cigar shop on their front lines of muscle muscle was the capital of the caliphate at that time because ISIS the clear their caliphate and all of those three guys are from morsel and Sir what is a short guy and I'm a so tough yes cars like a deep scar in his left cheek and I knew was always joking with these guys he was always making fun on them a lady is a big guy with that thick mustache he was so tough and very clever and the fighting in Sigur was one that so many times before the fighting against ISIS on his head down but it was covered by ice cars and cigar and servants wife and children were trapped in the city under Islamic state control last time Sigur so is wife she was pregnant cigar couldn't meet his son ceramide Ali and cigar they were so close to each other they actually had the each other's names tattooed on their hands they have tried to send their hands on this right hand and service left I asked to leave I should joke with the crowd what's the idea of the taxes he said because you know how widely if someone dies he will stay and stick with me down my entire life how dangerous was it I mean you were there on the front lines with them what were the conditions like it was so dangerous because these guys they have like very limited ammunitions and the enemy had car bombs ladies night person they had too.

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"mosel" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"mosel" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Of the Iraqis who fought to drive ISIS out of Mosel the battle was personal we're about to meet some fighters who are part and will and lead to swat unit known as the Avengers my co host ari Shapiro picks up the story from here this group has an unusual requirement for its members each of them has either been wounded by or lost a family member to terrorism the reporter bringing us their story is also a rocky he spent months with the Avengers on the front lines witnessing victory and tragedy Sangar Khalil is NPR's fixer which means saying or what I let you explain how you see your job well my job is on getting permission for journalists and taking them to the frontlines I'm dating the journalists what's what's going on like minute by minute hour by hour to show the world what's going on here in Iraq special in muscle the work that you do friend Pierre and other news organizations is often dangerous and generally behind the scenes so I'm glad to have the opportunity to talk with you here in front of the microphone thank you for the work that you're doing and and also to hear this story now you became very close with members of the swat team while you were working on a story for The New Yorker and kept in touch with three of the men who were like brothers to each other will tell us about these three men I met tally of bus sermon to Bremen cigar shop on their front lines of morsel morsel was the capital of the caliphate at that time because ISIS the clear their caliphate and all of those three guys are from morsel and Sir what is a short guy and I'm a so tough yes cars like a deep scar in his left cheek and I knew was always joking with these guys he was always making fun on them a lady is a big guy with their thick mustache there was so tough and very clever and the fighting hadn't Sigur was one that so many times before the fighting against ISIS on his head down but it was said covered by ice cars and cigar and servants wife and children were trapped in the city under Islamic state control last time Sigur so is wife she was pregnant Segarra couldn't meet his son ceramide Ali and cigar they were so close to each other they actually had the each other's names tattooed on their hands they have tried to send their hands and I was frightened and sermons left I asked to leave I should joke with the crowd what's the idea of the Texas he said might dies he will stay and stick with me the whole my entire life how dangerous was that I mean you were there on the front lines with them what were the conditions like it was so dangerous because these guys they have like very limited ammunitions and the enemy had car bombs IEDs snipers Sunday had too much.

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"mosel" Discussed on The CheapWineFinder Podcast

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

08:13 min | 2 years ago

"mosel" Discussed on The CheapWineFinder Podcast

"Michelle. Do wonderful ten dollar reasons. They taste they have harvest. Flavors are really nice and clean slate. That's from Moselle. That's okay okay But I actually prefer the Washington state stuff to that though. That's okay. I like that one but I started looking this up. And this Raymond Raymond Program is kind of like one of the top winemakers from Moselle. The family winery has been around since well over one hundred years and the prime families making wine for like nine hundred years. This is guy is one of the leading lights this. Is You know one of the top guys in Moselle and If you're not familiar with German airman winds and Moselle and Riesling. I was reading the other now a couple years ago. one of the big wine magazines was saying that Moselle might be the best wine region in the world better than Burgundy better than Bordeaux better than Napa better than Baruelo and on and on and on they said the winds. There might be the pinnacle of wines and I said I'm drinking Washington state once I like them they're fruity they're beautiful They don't know these. These Moselle wines are kind of you know you have to know what you're doing a little bit or lease research. A little little bit was out of my price range. I'm kind of happy doing what I do and I don't you know look to get out of my lane too much because this is what we do for last asked love and going on twelve years. I'm GONNA take a SIP because this is actually really a nice riesling. So the guy's name on the bottle is one of the leaders of one the best wine regions in the world the Moselle River And the banks are very steep and up the vines are planted on this steep hills minutes took took shards of slate in these things in the hills there so steeped they pretty much have to use machines to pick the grapes. And it's not that easy easy to go tending the Tending the vines. y'All Jack and Joan Up. The Hill and Jack fell down and broke his crowd. I think that came from Moselle. And so it's a very interesting wine reason and this is from a taste of Moselle Um the Rim of program from maybe I don't know my Luckily my Germans every bit as good as my French. So we're in luck but he's one of the leading guys they're so it's from a lot of contracting vineyards. He has his own vineyards seniors to might be from there. But when you're on the top guys on one of a he asks you if you've got enough Extra grapes I mean he knows Ask for the extra grapes. And they're not going to say no so it's like wait a minute. This is a good thing that this man has his name on the one because normally speaking at an actually oh and all the and trader Joe's are both German companies they have contacts in Europe and they have huge contacts and Germany so he's inclined to work with them but normally speaking when you have a voltage anytime you have a contract wine for a story but their her name on it they they come up with a dummy name for the winery. And then they make up a label that as a you know just make the label up so you don't know who made it and and very very often really big name. wineries are making trader. Joe's aldis Costco even You know Safeway the you know when they have their own brands. There's a really good wiry behind him but they don't tell you who it is but here the skype what's his name on it. And he's not not just some guy he's like one of the top guys from Moselle. That's really really good sign. He's he's not going to put his name on something. That didn't come out well. That was you know. hoops didn't quite work. Oh well pretend it wasn't me no you can't. There's no hiding here so this is a quality wine at a ridiculously low price. 'CAUSE 699 is even an expensive for Washington state you can get Really Nice Chateau St Michelle reasonings for nine ninety nine and maybe on sale a little cheaper but this is six ninety nine straight great up and I'm GonNa take another SIP this subtle. One doesn't jump out at you and it's got the knows a subtle everything about this a subtle. But it's all even it's all All balanced yeah And the more I drink it the more I like it it probably because the winds up to because. That's the mark of a good wine as you know. Tom Takes well to open up. Like the you know some winds tastes good from the get go and they never get any better. But that's not a bad thing. They taste good from the get go. Why can't complain about that? But when you get a wine especially inexpensive wine that evolves with time and as air goes through. That's actually a good thing that actually is part of like the acidity and you know it's part of the winemaking techniques takes a little bit too. They made a complex so there is something to open up. Ah You know often with inexpensive. One they they may not be as complex as they possibly can be but to come together quicker And it'd be the fruit forward and funded drink but this one's got you know it's the quality level is the main quality levels to quality lovers above it but as six ninety nine just the main one is perfectly fine just from various places. Moselle not the leading districts. Maybe some from leading districts. I don't know that's fine too at six hundred ninety. Don't expected there's gotta be some reasons why it's less expensive than the the most expensive ones. The most expensive ones can cost hundreds of dollars. Colors and Mister Fromm Prune from his normal wine his neural baseline is a twenty one From his own vineyard and everything but you know he's still making the line and one thing there's one truism about why not for almost every single thing you know about line there. There are exceptions. You know it's like you can't put your finger on anything so the the you know. This is a rule because they never are up for this good winemakers make good wine great winemakers make even better wine. That's the truth. If you know what you're doing it doesn't matter how fancier grapes are going to be doesn't matter. How much status at has you're going to make a good wine with what you have? You're going to figure out especially when you have the opportunity to off pick from different vineyards and you can make your take your time to make your wind. You're GonNa make something good and that's what they have here and this is. I don't know how many this has been around. I think out for like six months so I don't know if people have figured out that this is hair and they've come and got it it might might be a little hard to find But it's the Ramon Prune Riesling twenty eighteen drive from Moselle Germany. Pick it up. That's a good reasoning. It's crazy inexpensive. It's well made. It tastes great. You're GONNA like it. 'CAUSE that opens up and it evolves had kind of gives you an experience experience of a more expensive of wine for you know for for a happy fat and juicy wine so there you go All these This kicking some but three years were Germany Don't know what the next one we're GONNA do haven't figured that out yet But we'll come up with up in a few days and Dan. audio's keep it cheap and I'll be talking to you as Dave.

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"mosel" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"mosel" Discussed on WTVN

"To undo mindful city run has on their government that translates sounds of the small local things like corruption yeah it's always local wishes that ultimately drive people streets we saw the same thing in Lebanon and also as you mentioned that the protest in the ground as well so there there is a there is a ground swell of consistency against this regime and the key is to keep that is the message that it some story and not to not to insert the U. S. as in America because of course that they're not just further referred to buy tickets so that might otherwise be are supporting well one last question you may or may not know the answer make sure you see this movie Mosel it's all the streaming services going get it extend Gabriel former CIA officer in any made the film when it comes to Iran do the people there have the power to to to get their government back or do they have to use the estate of his religious theocracy forever and I ask this because I don't know what that would be the mechanisms of the military are that are there people in the military there do you think they could have sort of stand down and allow people to rise up or they completely controlled by the ayatollahs yeah I I think in this case the the military is the I mean the I told to have a in order to modern influence over the military so that I think so the military coup if you will is unlikely all good with that stuff so we need to really think along what is our strategy what what can we do in the region what we do I'm gonna run to to support our forces you know forces of freedom it's it's an interesting quite bar I've learned more this conversation that I think I do over the past ten or so years and I appreciate that I cannot wait to go in just this a movie that you put together called Mosel M. O. S. U. all that of course is a city in Iraq yes is that yes the second largest city in assuming that this incident we would appreciate being here real coming on check out that movie on all your streaming services M. O. S. U. L. Mosel great information great education appreciative stopping by I do believe that we white the phones clean and we're gonna we're gonna get a shot again and and see that echo is gone to give you a call right now one eight hundred five zero.

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"mosel" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

09:22 min | 2 years ago

"mosel" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Big Gabriel on he's got a movie out called Mosel you can watch it on your streaming services about the Iraqi perspective of what happened in the fight against ISIS I talk a lot about one of the make up of Iraq things that you don't know that I didn't know the make up of Iran what is the wrong end game here where they want do we really joined forces with the run to take out ISIS did that really happen and if so why and I compared to the motives of mujahedin led by Osama bin laden back in Afghanistan the Soviet Union slash Russia was attacking a country so it's really incredible information because I think we think we know what's happening over there but we really don't know you for a second so great in a great interview make she's the graph that also mark watered the communications director for trump twenty twenty they she's the graph that to reach the front or talking about dogs and if you're a man you wanna get big nice husky dog Kerrey circumvented her family I did not a Wiener dog and it would you this is like a million this is like a mini Wiener dog yes what have you got a sausage don't yeah house walking his dog B. well he is about twelve pounds I think that's the biggest he's going to get because you're feeling too much as a fat hot dog he is not he is not bad no not at all how long the dog would be do you think he's when he stretches out he's incredibly long I can't even tell you the okay many we're dog yes there's nothing wrong with that he's super cute let my dog alone alone read all go to the house you're inviting us over yes well the dog and I got him to the dog to hang out with with your German shepherd pardon me I would like to say to be friends delta we were a couple of days bring your dog forget it I'm like on your house anymore or do what no it is eight eight nine four one pack your bags that come also talking about the lie that Obama didn't take it take out coffee yes you did we talk about so talk about that as well to the full like a lot of people want to be heard on free speech Friday we got we got a lot to get to theirs it there's another professor this one at least we got fired it was like hoping for hard against the president after soul monies that's all have that for you to seconds well middle of a line to me time does halo welcome to could be wrong on who's in Colorado high run what's going on how are you living the dream what's happened well I I wanted to point out that the M. I may be mistaken but you know you're saying that there's all kinds of people out there like your tapper saying that claiming that that we didn't the Obama administration didn't have a hand in in karate death yeah I'm quite certain there's all of video Hillary Clinton bragging about that I believe it was he so when he when he said we came we saw he died and then she starts laughing she's laughing about I do believe you're right about that I do believe you're right about that the idea that that Obama didn't make this move to take out Qaddafi is just a flat out lie he was trying to make the Arab spring happen he was he was backing militant disgusting forces including al Qaeda to start a war in Libya that wasn't necessary in the by product as you already know Ron was that our ambassador and three other Americans died because of the instability in the country that's exactly right exactly right and could I make one other little common please god I really hoping that I will when I was coming in today that I was going to hear you got your profile and Marianne Williamson I haven't gotten there yet I haven't gotten there yet right you're you're anticipating what you know we're going to do I was just about to do it so you so stay tuned my friend it is time because we don't we talk about now there is time it is the time for us to do profile and today we do Marion Williams in because merry Williams it is somebody who would call her a moonbeam or star child's somebody who's out there in outer space which he brought it she's got a lot of traction she got people who are in the nether regions of space who are supporting your candidacy so Kerry what what what no the regions of space were who are these yeah understood exporters out there no okay all right but you but your call will be doing this profile yeah go and play it I want to yeah with her with her youth and well if you okay a child on the planet krypton and what happened was as you start to grow on me at all just let me do it then because it was on the microphone today so the trouble getting help me either yeah do you can't play whatever but those that we talk about a regular doing well because you can play along because I want my dog eat your dogs that we know only because actually hear one of these you know we haven't heard of a profile Williams and I can only profile but you know what the rule listen this is CC regulation I think actually see things I do believe that according to FCC you can only do profiles like this of actual candidates no yeah you have to stop the FCC fine a few months ago but it was something I understand you can't you can't because when I spend at her campaign if you go back to good tone I don't know where she's going to I don't think krypton one million Williamson says she's going to spend her campaign but they also picture of her being suspended in the air like she's a Spender and outer space like hanging from a shuttle or something I don't think about her neck to be just sort of floating out there to other space so so you tell me that she's out she is out yes I actually thought she was a long time ago this is really still is today was another race until now but you clearly out in like outer space hi Susan my affiliate relations a great friend of mine with syndicator is sending me pictures of her stupid little dog can you guys stop away I'm gonna send you pictures too yeah this I'm gonna do is it'll stop it Moesha is nine pounds of fun sure my dog chews his house now tell just like Gerry says we have to kowtow in finding things that to my dog weight if that always nine come I don't is almost ten times the weight of it all there's nothing wrong with men having a little dogs or something I asked governor earlier today would like to have for dinner he said something like I'd like to have some Moesha wow all I'm just not making way to go today don't I get to go home today you have no clue how it is eight eight nine four one pack Joe packed dot com back at it it's going to be Daniel in Montana giggle what's going on I hello Joe thank you for let me on a program okay it's an honor to talk thanks reason I called was you don't always talk about death Obama and the money that they would give in to the Arab country you know the all the time before he ran for president the first time yeah there was a lot of information out there about him possibly being which is route to being a Muslim and I'm just one if that's the reason all that money made it over there because if you want to give it to a Muslim nation to use what we say it and I mean is when I say it president Obama will use present was asked about this he ran saying he was a Christian he said I know I can write absolutely tell you activities and how he behaved that would be less than question in my mind but he said he was a Christian and I took him at his word I don't even want to church much he went to a black theology church were mother Africa was the queen of the king it we would very racist church with Jeremiah Wright all of that's true but to call a Muslim I gotta go there and here's why yes he grow up in Indonesia for part of his childhood yes he was enrolled in a school there in Indonesia as a Muslim his his actual religion was put down is Islam but the name says he's a Christian I have to take him at his word that can judges activities as actions of behavior which I've done so I don't think that he's a a closet Muslim but he certainly this book said that he would stand with Muslims in in a certain time or certain need he a he can say they the recycle morning prayer in Arabic perfectly and he did so gladly to the what good to your time for somebody before he ran for president he somebody went to Saudi that's are you ready to Egypt almost immediately when he was elected and talk about how Islam was basically responsible for every good thing on earth so he surely has an affinity for the for the religion I'll give you that but like I say he's a Muslim that's why he did it I think why he did it was it was a quid pro quo I think he gave that money that one twenty billion in cash I think that he read he owned froze report for the unfreezing a hundred fifty billion other dollars because he really thought he was gonna be able stop Iran from making a nuclear weapon he was wrong he he did what he did was completely calculated incorrectly but I'm not gonna say because I think is a muscle that's something I'm never going to say but I will do what I do is did they give you information wifely duties really has an affinity for people who that makes sense I got you yes No done I appreciate your your insight that's what I do my brother appreciate you over line now in the nine four one tags in the nine four one seven two four seven Joe packed dot com so so there you go look when it comes to Obama I don't have any qualms there's a video the floats around care you may meet may have seen this but a video floating around that actually is so poorly edited like Paul you and I ended audio all the time all the time we're always doing it right and we're actually very good at it can you tell when somebody else to be a piece of your audio badly yeah.

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"mosel" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"mosel" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"I said today biting clarifying statements that he's always complied with lawful orders but that he sees no legal basis for a subpoena it's not clear if there will be witnesses at the trial is the rules have not been established maybe seals describe their platoon leader Eddie Gallagher is toxic and evil in interviews obtained by The New York Times from an investigation into war crimes charges against Gallagher he was acquitted and ABC Stephanie Rameau's has more president trump intervened in the case in November ordering the navy to restore Gallagher's rank and leader ordering the navy to allow Gallagher to keep his trident pin which identifies him as a member of the seal community Gallagher has gleefully praised the president for coming to his defense even meeting with trump last weekend at his Mar a Lago resort handing the president a gift from his time in Mosel a lawyer for Gallagher says the seals made up the story because they did not like their chief small plane crash a Lafayette Louisiana authorities say it's not immediately clear how many people were on board seven people were on a helicopter tour in Hawaii it crashed on collide the wreckage has been located as have the remains of six of the seven people at this point authorities do not believe that anybody survive the helicopter set out to sea Hawaii's remote majestic views and was supposed to return at sunset but never arrive the crash set off an intense search involving multiple agencies including the Coast Guard as ABC's will car in coal why you're listening to ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK a Christmas tree may be to blame for a massive apartment fire in him at the kill the data is two dollars and labor says he rushed to help with the mom began screaming the tree was on fire the dad got mom in there baby out safely then ran back inside for us for a twelve year old girls but I got trapped California's looming ban on the sale and importation of alligator crocodile products at the start January first is on hold as I commit a federal judge issued a temporary restraining order.

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"mosel" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"mosel" Discussed on KQED Radio

"By the by the women's bad women but these were not bad man playing bingo in the hole where you were well presumably not they were happy none of the ones who are winning anyway because this isn't just this isn't being for like peanuts or electrical appliances it's for cash money up to three thousand dollars a game up to three thousand dollars a game whoa did they have the same kind of like big rolling Cajun front that they would pull balls out of did it look like a bingo hall that we would see in America so it had a big blue ball but it was a lot more complicated than bingo because their numbers and not letters and the numbers go from one to ninety and then the announcer would do this clever sort of thing where before almost every number he'd give some sort of reference that the Iraqis would get like he'd say war with Iran and everybody would know that was eighty eight because in nineteen eighty eight was the year the war ended Sir James over the last year you have covered so many scenes of war of refugees of cities coming back to life after ISIS why is this the scene that stuck with you that you wanted to bring to us today I think because for all the time is spent in Mosul you know that that was time spent under the restrictions of Saddam were with the US military or in and out quickly went outside and ISIS were around and I kind of felt they never got to know it so was sitting with remarkable people from Mosel who had been there all along this this young activist who who's volunteer movement to help to rebuild the city with musician and with people like I think the businessman who opened it who said he wanted to change the mentality in Mosul but he wasn't gonna do with guns because then people would bring more guns he was going to do it by offering fear him thing go and I think most of all it it brought back a part of that Iraq that I had known and loved and it's now harder to find that tolerance where if you want to you can go to the mosque and pray or if you want to you can go and drink can play bingo and all those things co exist Dana wrapped with a gift from the international desk.

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"mosel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"mosel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Women's it bad women but these were not bad man playing bingo in the hole where you were presumably not they were happy none of the ones who are winning anyway because this isn't just this isn't bingo for like peanuts or electrical appliances it's for cash money up to three thousand dollars a game up to three thousand dollars a game whoa do they have the same kind of like big rolling Cajun front that they would pull balls out of did it look like a bingo hall that we would see in America so it had a big blue ball but it was a lot more complicated than big go because their numbers and not letters and the numbers go from one to ninety and then the announcer would do this clever sort of thing where before almost every number he'd give some sort of reference that the Iraqis would get like he'd say war with Iran and everybody would know that was eighty eight because in nineteen eighty eight was the year the war ended Sir James over the last year you have covered so many scenes of war of refugees of cities coming back to life after ISIS why is this the scene that stuck with you that you wanted to bring to us today I think because for all the time is spent in Mosul you know that that was time spent under the restrictions of Saddam were with the US military or in the know quickly went outside and ISIS were around and I kind of folks we never got to know it so there he was sitting with remarkable people from Mosel who'd been there all along this this young activist who who's volunteer movement to help to rebuild the city with musician and with people like I think the businessman who opened it who said he wanted to change the mentality in Mosul but he wasn't gonna do with guns because then people would bring more guns he was going to do it by offering fear in bingo and I think most of all it it brought back a part of that Iraq that I had known and loved and it's now harder to find that tolerance where if you want to you can go to the mosque and pray or if you want to you can go and drink can play bingo and all those things co exist Dana wrapped with a gift from.

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"mosel" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:09 min | 2 years ago

"mosel" Discussed on KQED Radio

"About the coalition efforts to extricate ISIS from the Iraqi city of Mosel it's called they will have to die now Mosul in the fall of the caliphate you said he initially came to Iraq in twenty sixteen with a one month visa and stayed nearly a year and that the reason you stayed had to do with the sense of guilt or shame yeah what do you feel guilty about when I was a young reporter in New York my first real newspaper job was with the New York observer back when that was a real newspaper and the first real story covered was nine eleven I was twenty three year old cub reporter when nine eleven happened and I you know we covered the destruction of the World Trade Center so for my entire adult life in professional career jihadism had been on my mind and along with everyone else in the world I watched as the United States reacted to nine eleven by invading of all places Iraq is in what was a stridently irrelevant war and I think like many other Americans I objected to it and came to feel increasingly ashamed and guilty over it as as it became clear what we were doing to the country and as the country descended into a civil war as a reaction turn our own invasion I wanted to go to a rock in the mid two thousand but I frankly was too cowardly tune too frightened to and I didn't make it there and sold two thousand sixteen as you say by which point I had decided I guess that I had to face up to Iraq to the American war in Iraq by twenty sixteen I had become something of a conflict journalists I guess I covered mainly conflict in Africa where I was living and in the Middle East and Latin America and I I came to feel that if I was going to be an American journalist who covered conflict that I had to cover rock that I had to write about a rock that I had some form of moral obligation to write about it to write about this place that my country had invaded and in many ways ruined and specifically I wanted to tell the stories of Iraqis much if not most of the American military reporting that had come out of Iraq and to the point hadn't had to had to do with the American military specifically I wanted to write about Iraqi soldiers and Iraqi civilians and I wanted to describe how they were living through this conflict you know you were in plenty of dangerous situations I mean you describe once in the book a round of sniper fire hit the turret of a home the you were sitting in just above your head and and there were plenty of times where you were moving with troops through city streets exposed to gunfire and and a lot of journalists were killed in Iraq how terrified I find that it actually reduces my feelings of fear about the world generally when you're in a place like Mosul saying all you have to worry about is staying alive and doing your job if you can just if you can make it through the day and you can get some good scenes then you've you've done everything you could do and you and you sleep well that night I never found that I was particularly frightened or terrified in the city I certainly was extremely saddened at times and terrified on behalf of the people of Mosul or the soldiers I got to know but I never I myself never so though I knew I was very close to death I never felt prickly frightened by it I suppose it afterwards you'll come to realize how close you came in and you can get the shivers sometimes but I have to say it's never been too much of a problem the coalition forces the sudden ended the battle of Mosel said that it was liberated in July of twenty seventeen after what a roughly a nine or ten month conflict what was left of the city so on the east side of the city there was a great deal left the east side was you could tell there was still the city and that it would recover pretty quickly already was recovering by the when the when the operations on the west side began the university of muscle which is on the side was largely destroyed but other than that that portion of the city that have the city was pretty intact not so on the west side of the city the west side looked as though some vengeful daily had wiped his hand across the city it was rubble blocks and blocks acres and acres miles and miles of rubble from air strikes and artillery and small arms fire in the V. bit explosions and this was a tragic of course for many reasons not the least of which is that this was the center of historic muscle this is where the Abbasids had built their city and where the grand mosque of all nori had been which I suspect taken over and where so many of the beautiful old mosques and buildings had been and those will never be a rebel and what about the population I mean it is it coming back today two years later as far as I know no I I should emphasize that I have not been back since twenty seventeen but I know many people who have been I've I've what I've looked at contemporary footage and pictures and know the west side of the city is not being rebuilt not most of it is not anyway people have returned return to their homes tried to start businesses and and many have but the west side of the city city still looks destroyed and so hundreds of thousands of people who live there are what in refugee camps so many people the the camps have mostly been emptied out many people have moved to other parts of Iraq few have stayed in camps many have been incarcerated or tried in in much of Iraq including and muscle many SUNY families have not been allowed to return to their homes because they are presumed to be are accused of being jihadis and many have many have left the country as well you know now that the U. S. has withdrawn from northeastern Syria and the Kurdish forces there had to make a chaotic retreat there's fears that thousands of ISIS fighters which were held in detention there may get away were either scape or be released and that it could lead to a resurgence of the ills Islamic state do you have a sense of how likely it is that it could become a service that again well it it never stopped being a threat the caliphate was dismantled you know I sis's territory in Iraq and Syria was largely dismantled but ISIS never went away ISIS persists in being an organization and as we know has expanded to other parts of the world to Afghanistan the Philippines Libya soon enough we'll be seeing them in Kashmir on shore the threat never went away their territory went away and so long as you have organizations like the Turkish military or the Syrian military or the Russians who are perfectly content to abuse civilians and to massacre civilians then organizations like isis will be successful people will join them they will have a because they will have a reason for being so I I think inevitably are pulled out and the resulting influx of Syrian forces and Russian forces in Turkish paramilitary forces will inevitably result in a resurgence of isis in one form or another Jennifer any thanks for your reporting and thanks so much for speaking with us thank you to have the pleasure James Reaney spoke with fresh tears Dave Davies Carini is a contributing writer for The New York Times magazine and National Geographic he's the author of the new book they will have to die now Mosel and the fall of the caliphate after we take a short break Justin Chang will review the new.

"mosel" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:09 min | 2 years ago

"mosel" Discussed on KQED Radio

"About the coalition efforts to extricate ISIS from the Iraqi city of Mosel it's called they will have to die now Mosel and the fall of the caliphate you said he initially came to Iraq in twenty sixteen with a one month visa and stayed nearly a year and that the reason you stayed had to do with the sense of guilt or shame yeah what do you feel guilty about when I was a young reporter in New York my first real newspaper job was with the New York observer back when that was a real newspaper and the first real story I covered was nine eleven I was twenty three year old cub reporter when nine eleven happened and I you know we covered the destruction of the World Trade Center so for my entire adult life in professional career jihadism had been on my mind and along with everyone else in the world I watched as the United States reacted to nine eleven by invading of all places Iraq is in what was a stridently irrelevant war and I think like many other Americans I objected to it and came to feel increasingly ashamed and guilty over it as as it became clear what we were doing to the country and as the country descended into a civil war as a reaction to our own invasion I wanted to go to a rock in the mid two thousands but I frankly was too cowardly tune too frightened to and I didn't make it there and sold two thousand sixteen as you say by which point I had decided I guess that I had to face up to Iraq to the American war in Iraq by twenty sixteen I had become something of a conflict journalist I guess I covered mainly conflict in Africa where I was living and in the Middle East and Latin America and I I came to feel that if I was going to be an American journalist who covered conflict that I had to cover rock that I had to write about a rock that I had some form of moral obligation to write about it to write about this place that my country had invaded and in many ways ruined and specifically I wanted to tell the stories of Iraqis much if not most of the American military reporting that had come out of Iraq and to the point hadn't had to had to do with the American military specifically I wanted to write about Iraqi soldiers an Iraqi civilians and I wanted to describe how they were living through this conflict you know you were in plenty of dangerous situations I mean you describe once in the book around of sniper fire hit the turn of the home the you were sitting in just above your head and and there are plenty of times where you were moving with troops through city streets exposed to gunfire and and a lot of journalists were killed in Iraq how terrified I find that it actually reduces my feelings of fear about the world generally when you're in a place like Mosul saying all you have to worry about is staying alive and doing your job if you can just if you can make it through the day and you can get some good scenes then you've you've done everything you could do and you and you sleep well that night I never found that I was particularly frightened or terrified in the city I certainly was extremely saddened at times and terrified on behalf of the people of Mosul or the soldiers I got to know but I never I myself never so though I knew I was very close to death I never felt prickly frightened by it I suppose it afterwards you'll come to realize how close you came in and you can get the server sometimes but I have to say it's never been too much of a problem the coalition forces the sudden ended the battle of Mosel said that it was liberated in July of twenty seventeen after what a roughly a nine or ten month conflict what was left of the city so on the east side of the city there was a great deal left the east side was you could tell there was still city and then it would recover pretty quickly already was recovering by the when the when the operations on the west side began the university of muscle which is on the side was largely destroyed but other than that that portion of the city that have the city was pretty intact not so on the west side of the city in the west side looked as though some vengeful daily had wiped his hand across the city it was rubble blocks and blocks acres and acres miles and miles of rubble from air strikes and artillery and small arms fire in the V. bit explosions and this was tragic of course for many reasons not the least of which is that this was the center of historic muscle this is where the Abbasids had built their city and where the grand mosque of all nori had been which I assisted taken over and where so many of the beautiful old mosques and buildings had been and those will never be a rebel and what about the population I mean it is it coming back today two years later as far as I know no I I should emphasize that I have not been back since twenty seventeen but I know many people who have been I've I've what I've looked at contemporary footage and pictures and know the west side of the city is not being rebuilt not most of it is not anyway people have returned return to their homes tried to start businesses and and many have but the west side of the city city still looks destroyed and so hundreds of thousands of people who live there are what in refugee camps so many people the the camps have mostly been emptied out many people have moved to other parts of Iraq few have stayed in camps many have been incarcerated or tried in in much of Iraq including and muscle many SUNY families have not been allowed to return to their homes because they are presumed to be are accused of being jihadis and many have many have left the country as well you know that now that the U. S. has withdrawn from northeastern Syria and the Kurdish forces there had to make a chaotic retreat there's fears that thousands of ISIS fighters which were held in detention there may get away were either scape or be released and that it could lead to a resurgence of the ills Islamic state do you have a sense of how likely it is that it could become a service that again well it it never stopped being a threat the caliphate was dismantled you know I sis's territory in Iraq and Syria was largely dismantled but ISIS never went away ISIS persists in being an organization and as we know has expanded to other parts of the world to Afghanistan the Philippines Libya soon enough we'll be seeing them in Kashmir I'm sure so the threat never went away their territory went away and so long as you have organizations like the Turkish military or the Syrian military or the Russians who are perfectly content to abuse civilians and to massacre civilians then organizations like isis will be successful people will join them they will have a because they will have a reason for being so I I think inevitably are pulled out and the resulting influx of Syrian forces and Russian forces in Turkish paramilitary forces will inevitably result in a resurgence of isis in one form or another Jennifer any thanks for your reporting and thanks so much for speaking with us thank you to the pleasure James Reaney spoke with fresh tears Dave Davies Carini is a contributing writer for The New York Times magazine and National Geographic is the author of the new book they will have to die now Mosel and the fall of the caliphate after we take a short break Justin Chang will review the new.

"mosel" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"mosel" Discussed on AP News

"In every state the latest step in the fight to preserve culture from conflict the sculptures a replica of a three thousand year old statue from the temple of Ishtar in Nimrod in what is now Iraq the stone statue was one of many artifacts from the Mosul museum destroyed by the Islamic state group after it overran the city and twenty fourteen the much smaller replica of line of Mosul was modeled from crowd sourced photos taken by Mosel museum visitors and three D. printed as part of Google's digital arts and culture project it's going on display at London's Imperial War Museum in an exhibition that looks at how war devastates society's cultural fabric and the genius that often her steps taken to preserve it admission to the museum is free actor Leonardo DiCaprio's taking his environmental passion up a notch he's joining with billionaire investors and philanthropist Laurene Powell jobs and Brian shaft to create a new nonprofit environmental powerhouse charged with tackling climate change and the loss of biodiversity called earth alliance it hopes to protect ecosystems and wildlife and shore climate justice support renewable energy and secure indigenous rights to Gabrielle is a longtime environmental activists his ego focused Leonardo di Caprio foundation is giving out a hundred million dollars in grants for everything from line recovery and mangrove restoration to the defense of indigenous rights and better access to affordable solar energy as part of the deal his foundation will be folded into earth alliance British prosecutors say they've ended Britain's largest ever molten day slavery rings with the convictions of eight people they say more than four hundred victims of forced to work for a minuscule wages one that must've earned some two million patterns will tune up million dollars and lifting luxury group prayed on the homeless former convicts and alcoholics in Poland and you'll then to Britain with false promises of well paid work some ended up being paid less than a dollar for a day's work the ring was broken up by a three year police investigation radio news I'm Jackie Quinn the temperatures over one hundred in.

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"mosel" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"mosel" Discussed on AP News

"Come quickly because trees remove more carbon from the air when they're younger the potential for removing the most carbon is in the tropics the figure of a roaring lion is the latest step in the fight to preserve culture from conflict the sculptures a replica of a three thousand year old statue from the temple of Ishtar in Nimrod in what is now Iraq the stone statue was one of many artifacts from the Mosul museum destroyed by the Islamic state group after it overran the city in twenty fourteen the much smaller replica of line of Mosul was modeled from crowd sourced photos taken by Mosel museum visitors and three D. printed as part of Google's digital arts and culture project it's going on display at London's Imperial War Museum in an exhibition that looks at how war devastates society's cultural fabric and the engineers that often her steps taken to preserve it admission to the museum is free the June jobs report was unexpectedly solid AP correspondent Shelley Adler reports there were a few fireworks laugh after independence day mark camera exceed your economic analyst at Bankrate dot com two hundred twenty four thousand jobs added in June that came in well above expectations now the focus turns to the fed meeting looming at the end of the month investors are betting that the fed will cut interest rates and that may still be a state that not by fifty basis points or one half of one percent but probably by one quarter of one percent if but that is going to do the pace of the overall economy is widely thought to be slowing from annual growth that nearly healthy three percent last year showing up there Washington.

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"mosel" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"mosel" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Trips into the Iraqi city of Mosel it was at that point still partly occupied by ISIS who the locals just called dosh I spent many hours huddled in small rooms with groups of Iraqi federal police and special operations guys who are all hunkered down listing for the telltale hump dashes drones which they used expires for their motor teams here's the thing about being in a dangerous place like that after a few hours of tense anxiety you start to get bored in the mobile internet Mosel was actually pretty good surprisingly good better than it is in Los Angeles sometimes so periodically when I should have been doing literally anything else I would without my phone and check Facebook I remember one time in particular I was embedded with a small unit of guys from the Iraqi night federal police battalion things were exploding about a football field away from us and I was Facebook a bomb went off near by and I looked up from a smartphone and realize that everyone in the room my Kurdish fixers my wife slash photographer the six soldiers we were chilling with all of them were browsing Facebook one hundred percent of the room was on Facebook no I'm telling you the story because I want to start this week's podcast about mark Zuckerberg bike knowledge in his genius I'm about to spend about four hours tearing apart as a human being but in my opinion he is undeniably a brilliant man anyone who build something so universally desired and use has a kind of brilliance and Facebook is objectively brilliant in the same way that say heroin is brilliant so that's my little intro yeah yeah I like it a lot of digital ink has been spilled the last few years about the sentry negative impacts Facebook is that our society and world I wanna make it clear off the bat that well this will certainly be a part of the podcast I tend to be Facebook as a tool and that's more or less morally neutral on its own our goal here is not to attack the social network is a concept or make you feel bad about using it I haven't delete my Facebook it's how I talk to my family yeah that's how I keep an eye on my mom's confusing internet presence yeah yeah parents hearing a lot of fake news about scary things yeah my mom likes means something even grosser my mom started doing this thing racial change your profile picture to a llama and it's some some old joke that I don't understand and she can explain it to me we do it on faith can those like why boomer battalion.

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Navy SEAL charged with war crimes released pending trial

Mark Levin

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Navy SEAL charged with war crimes released pending trial

"For now, a decorated navy seal facing a murder charge has been released from custody and now his lawyers are asking that the case be dismissed at Gallagher was allowed to leave military custody yesterday after judge determined his attorney client privilege was violated when prosecutors embedded a tracking code in emails, sent a defense lawyers and a reporter who was breaking stories. They were trying to find the source of a leak. Eddie Gallagher is accused of stabbing to death young ISIS fighter who had already been gravely injured during a fight in Mosel in two thousand seventeen President Trump is considering a pardon for Gallagher and other service members accused of

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"mosel" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

Airplane Geeks Podcast

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"mosel" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

"Companies on the way and smaller planes up to including the DC and. I like to fly supporter of addicts when I'm not off also wanting a mission trip, but and that's it's just money my phone hobby. I mean owners those limb five to six which was built in Czechoslovakia in the sixties is used as an eastern bloc military treatment. And it's just a a great fun platform to go play. Do you scare your fellow pilots? When you're in the DCA, go guys, you got to see this cool maneuver, I just figured out in this weekend. I don't think anybody appreciate that. RDC? It's great great old third. She was she was built on Christmas Eve nineteen sixty eight which I find very fascinating. And she's built built with all the options we needed having come right off the factory floor the car and adore her and passenger seats, and and that is the only Kombi DC eight with CFM engines on left in the world. So we have a very unique piece in history and turned glad to have her to support our global mission of supporting the world. Yeah. Yeah. I noticed that there are an awful lot of different programs and projects that Samaritan's purse is involved in the women's programs, and it just a lot of things other than just what you might call disaster relief. Maybe just mentioned a few of those to give our audience sort of a broader view of what the organization does. Well, we do last relief. That's what the airplane is really purchased for was fourteen was to be able to get get people in supplies theories that were previously chartering airplanes for you're gonna imagine. If you want to charter big jet, you got to figure out how to get the lead time, he'd if you're planning there, and obviously can't get there quickly that way as if you drive and stuff downloaded up, you're planning go. So are our side of the ministry is really focused on disaster relief. And we we do in the plane out to other departments to do things that are needed so weeks, we've called medical supplies like I said in between his Astor's one of the biggest stop rations. I think swearing's purses now. For his operation Christmas child there. Shoebox programmed into and spread the word of the gospel to the young people that are around the globe. And we use here playing for that in between missions to we've taken taking groups of people out feel to to places that it would be harder to get them to an airliners. We used to go to places that aren't nonstop travel at the United States when things like that. And makes makes for good trip. Keeps keeps the the time away. People getting down there and back much shorter Williams. Go non stop right outta Greensboro to say Georgetown beyond their couple months ago. And so you can take the shoe boxes in people with you. And and make sure great trip are correct. Some earnings. I is involved in lots of things, and that's one of the things I find fascinating is a lot of people. At MIT launch pad at the W airshows what coming to owning your the guys that shoebox. We knew you guys were going to Iraq. But they don't realize it's the same ministry doing doing all these things. They're they're getting they're doing great works. All around the world. We supported the refugee crisis in Bangladesh hospital and in Mosel arrack hospital in Liberia, they're currently have medical team on the ground in Congo. We just funny of supplies to that that were -cation. We have a turban DC three and Africa supporting many mission projects. And so so there's things all over the globe Simmons person balking wonderful, Andy is there a way that our listeners who are interested could could help support the mission of Samaritan's purse. We we have a if you go to Smyrna Spurs dot org. There's a spot to donate. There's also pages until you all the different things..

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