35 Burst results for "One Book"
DOJ's School Board Violence Memo Targets Concerned Parents
"While we were doing our speech at the university of michigan some news broke. And as i got off the stage producer. Connor says charro. You won't believe what. Merrick garland the attorney. General of the united states has now decreed or announced. I said well. I usually am not surprised to shocked. But what is it. The justice department last evening has now announced that they are going to use government power to go after parents that are challenging their school boards. Now remember this. All started because this whole narrative all started because the national school board association viola garcia specifically called on the biden regime to start labeling parents speaking out of school board meetings as domestic terrorist. He said that on cnn. I'm gonna play that tape and just a little bit. So the justice department pressured by the national school board association of america responds by saying miss citing an increase in harassment. Intimidation and threats. Okay let's go through those three different things intimidation. Let's start with harassment. What is the definition of harassment. Exactly asking questions showing up the school board meetings writing comments someone's facebook feed number two intimidation what is intimidation. Exactly where in the united states. Federal criminal code is illegal to harass and intimidate somebody under their definition there is their definition of harassment intimidation showing up and actually showing the curriculum that the school boards have been passing the graphic pornographic material that has been implemented for example. Let's play cut thirty two. We have cut thirty to cut thirty. Two stacey langston. This is just one example. We have played dozens and dozens and dozens of these examples over the last couple months. I myself have showed up at school. Board meetings am i guilty of intimidation harassment for speaking and challenging power. Uncut cut thirty two. I want you to listen to this. Is this now. The fbi is new definition of domestic terrorism. Like thirty two. Both books describe different ax. One book describes a fourth grade boy performing oral sex on an adult male. The other book has detailed illustrations of a man having sex with a boy the illustrations include fillet. ceo sex toys masturbation and violent nudity. Now that's stacey langton who says basically in the curriculum is for the graphic material. But i shouldn't apologize because i didn't say it. That's what's in your children's textbooks. I don't. I don't have to apologize for that. Some people send us emails. Charlie why are you planning these tapes so terrible. it's what children are learning exposing. Something actually can have a moral good which it has here so stacey langston is she intimidating harassing her school board. The justice department continues by saying and threats of violence against school board members. Hold on is that what local police for
Author Joel Rosenberg Describes His Latest Book 'Enemies and Allies'
"Rosenberg. Welcome to the program. Thanks bob it's great to be with you. Oh eric trish. I even heard of you. I've heard of you in fact i've had you on the program many times. You have so many new york times. Bestsellers that i. I laugh because to somebody who i don't know. I think i have five officially but i thought you have written so many books and your books do so well and you now have another book so before we get into current events. 'cause i wanna talk about the middle east. Sure i'm tell us about the new book. Because it's i know it's it's the new book. Well what's interesting about this book. Enemies and allies is. It's the first book. It's the only book that really takes you inside the middle east twenty years after the horrific events of nine eleven to to assess. Where are we today right. Who our enemies today. Because they've changed and who our allies today. They've also changed but what makes us book. Distinctive is not just that. I'm sort of analyzing it from my own vantage point. But i'm taking the readers inside the palaces and the presidential compounds in every major american ally in the middle east. You're sitting with prime minister. Benjamin netanyahu you're sitting with israeli president ruby. Rivlin you're sitting with. Israel's defense minster by you're also sitting as i take you with me into riyadh saudi arabia and you're meeting mohammed bin salman most consequential and i think the most controversial leader in the arab world and presidency in egypt and king of jordan and the leaders of the united arab emirates and bahrain. This there is no book. Might this that has allowed you to sit there and listen to these leaders. What are they think are the worst threats facing not only the united states but them how do they how are they changing their societies because there are massive changes. So that's what makes us book interesting and for me fascinating to live it over the last few
Gabrielle Union Opens Up About Dwyane Wade Fathering Baby With Another Woman
"Union gets real about why she stayed with dwayne wade after he father a child with another woman before they were married. She says the me up today would not have stayed with him. But would i be who. I am without the pain. I remember a small voice in my heart telling myself to leave but my fear of public humiliation was so great that i didn't take my own advice. Gabriel dwayne seemed to be strong now. But what do you think it took to get to that place. First of all let me just point something out before we even get to that point. If you're a woman and all you've ever wanted your whole life was to have a baby with the man that you loved in your body just not wouldn't let you do it and then that person turned around and gave that gift to someone else that wasn't you. It's an reading. Her first book won't need more wine. You have to. You have to read this book. This part of the book was actually left out this story. This narrative was left out of that book but she talked about her attempts to get pregnant. and how about. So it's just crazy but amazing that she's opening up about this now. I think it's also probably. She feels at peace with it. I think she's done a lot of work. I think she's recognized a lot about the situation and i also feel like the one thing i do want just on one little nugget for dwayne. Say we're not together is they. He wasn't that you know he turned around and gave this gift to somebody else. When they were at an item they had hit a rough patch in their relationship. You're right you're absolutely right. And it was in a very unfortunate thing that happened. I mean a child is always blessing. They're so fun even when you wanna yak on live. Tv they're front. And i think this took a lot of work a lot of work to get to a place where they felt like they could be the couple that they are
Chatting With the Authors of 'Change Ringing on Handbells'
"My guest today a teen stuck settling and simon gay who are the authors of two volumes of books on changing on handbells the i was published in twenty twenty and the second is imminent. Can you give me an overview of the first book the basic techniques book how it's structured and what it contains it starts right from the beginning and it doesn't assume any knowledge of changing your handbells or even on tower bells. In fact the eddie chapters would also be a good introduction to the basic principles of changing itself. We hope so. It covers everything from how to find set at handbells have about buying handbells to go about finding people to ring with and then it works through the steps in changing starting from played hunting going through playing ball hand other straightforward methods and in the later chapters it gets up to kenton oxford triple major and finally w. so stop short moving onto surprise methods which will remain subject of volume two but it covers everything up to a standard repertoire including surprise methods aka and tina. Was there anything else that you wanted to add about the book. Yes i volume. The book covers territory that quite few other older books on handball ringing cover what i hope our books stands out as is really starting from first principles so you really have to know nothing about changing. And you don't even have to be a bell ringer to pick this book up and learn to ring bells so it really talks about how to find other ringers. What bell ringing is introduces each method in a lot of detail. At the other thing about it is that it has a lot of really guitar grams. Which simon has done a really good graphics program for a so everything is not worthy in the way older bell ringing. Instruction books are so that. Yeah so we definitely want to point it at a wide audience as possible. Do you get feedback on. Who's reading it. mostly people who are already ringers. And that's probably really. We haven't done. Wider marketing of potential audiences are international groups of tune. Bell ringers for example who might want to branch out into other types of ringing. A lot of people have picked up our books through the promotion. You can order a set at emails. Guitar book for discount and a lot of people have picked up their rigging that way. In the lockdown there have been more sales of our book because of the lockdown than might have been
Don Brown Discusses His New Docu-Drama 'Call Sign Extortion 17: The Shoot-Down of SEAL Team Six'
"Had an opportunity to watch a movie that i can't wait to share with you. I've heard dan brown on the radio before great great great patriot a former. Us navy jag. Officer is the author of sixteen fifteen books including call sign extortion. Seventeen the shootdown of seal team six. This was a a nonfiction military. Expose on which this movie fallen. Angel documentary is based A real joy to welcome don brown to the mike gallagher. Show done first of all. Congratulations on bringing this thing to the to the big screen. This documentary is gonna be available at salem now dot com it's produced by rpm films available on our streaming platform. Tell us all about the documentary. What the event was that. That was such a pivotal role in your life. Tell us about. What kind of questions are answered by the movie by the book by the whole process mike. Thanks for having me again. I've been with you before you. You're the great patriot in his our country. So well This this docu-dramas very very powerful docudrama movie which tells the story of extortion seventeen or stores in one seven as they say military aviation parlance which marked the largest loss of life in the history of the american vomited. The war on terror in the largest loss of life in the history of our. Us navy seals. We lost thirty americans at day including uh seventeen members of seal team six and the one of the great tragedies that most americans still don't know about this we know about other things we know about six frivolous soundbites to the liberal media gives us but thirty american heroes lost in one swoop and we still don't know. The story is a general laughing. In this case to filmmakers students. Fiving carl horse are going to do a great great job of bringing this story to light. There are many unanswered questions. You say. I saw a preview on the big screen in the palm beach area. Friday night there was a dry that in see one very powerful expose story and we hope everybody will go on a salem. Now m and wash this move movie immediately in pass on your friends Avid involved in this case for seven years my book came out of in two thousand fifteen year. Kind of to have you on then. Chur cover lots of up a lot of things in this in this story and and the movie touches on some of that No one moving. The one book can tell the whole story but these men need to be honored and this movie is very very powerful. Thing is a great great steps in next step getting their story out. And i appreciate you for Forgiving some time today to remember them.
Dr. James Dobson and Mark Levin Connect Over 'American Marxism'
"Want to thank all of your patriots out there. American Marxism is Number one on The New York Times. Nonfiction, hardcover and nonfiction E book combination. List. Number one on both lists for the seventh week in a row. It's almost two months by night calculation, and that's because of you. I was involved in a over an hour interview. With the great Dr James Dobson today. And he does a fantastic podcast. I believe that's going to run into parts on September 9th in September, 10th I don't do a lot of podcast, Ladies and gentlemen, because There's thousands of them. But I've always admired Dr Dobson. Dr. Dobson had me on his radio show when my first book came out. Men in black. What was that 16 years ago. This is the first time he and I have spoken since And we both regretted. He's a fantastic man. We'll have admired a very long time. And he wanted to interview me. For two shows and we talked for over an hour. The plan was 30 to 40 minutes, but over an hour And he said this book, American Marxism. Is one of the most important books. That has really been published. In a very, very long time.
What Lurks Beneath: The Legend of the Loch Ness Monster
"The modern day fascination with old nasty started in nineteen thirty three when aldy mckay and her husband were driving along loch ness and we all know that lock is scottish for lake right so they were driving along the loc when less than a mile out in the water. Algae mckay reported seeing a tremendous upheaval on the lock which previously had been a calm as a proverbial mill pond. That was my scottish accent. Mckay said she saw what she thought looked like the body of some huge creature resembling awale rolling and diving churning the water into a bubbling foam. The creature was large enough that when it took its final dive under the water sent out huge waves. Mckay and her husband stayed on the road for half an hour waiting to see if they would spot whatever it was again. But in that time it never resurfaced the only paper that ran a story about the mckay. Strange encounter was the inverness. Corier other than that. No one seemed very interested less than three months later married. Couple mr and mrs spicer. We're driving south along loch mess. When they claim to see a huge prehistoric creature. Cross the road in front of them headed toward the lake according to an interview. The spicer's gave to rupert gould. Who wrote the first book about the loch ness monster. The creature had a long neck and a low thick body about four or five feet high. Mr spicer said he couldn't see legs or tail but he did see something flopping up and down which he later thought was a tail curled around toward the front of the animal. The couple said they couldn't tell if they're creature entered the water because their view was obstructed. And they couldn't hear anything over the sound of their engine. The author gould however claimed to have been watching the lake the same day. The spicer's say they witnessed this thing cross the road and he confirmed that the water was particularly choppy and noisy at roughly location. The spicer's claim they saw the animal. Gould went into the interview skeptical but based on their description and a drawing. Mr spicer made he came out. Short that the spicer's were telling the truth and had in fact seen the loch ness monster.
How to Solved Your Paper Clutter Problem!
"This is number two ninety nine and i am calling it. Are you guys ready for this. I solved my problem with an exclamation point at the end right. I mean like this is a big deal for me to be talking about paper and actually saying the words. I solved my problem. If you've been around a while you know what a big deal this says. Because i have been talking about decluttering cleaning organizing blah blah blah for twelve years now on the internet About six years into that. I read some books. Okay which are all about the decluttering process. I did not say a word about paper. I don't believe in the first book and then the publisher told me. I had to talk about paper in the second book and i was like fine and i basically answered it the way that i answer people which is okay. I had significantly reduced paper to where it was not this monster in my home anymore. Okay so i was not overwhelmed by paper. But i wanna talk about it because i didn't have a an amazing system. You know to keep it just completely solved. I had significantly reduced. And i'll talk through briefly. What those things are even. I've talked about him before the things that i recommend for the people who are just completely overwhelmed. And you need to hear how. I've solved it today but you also go okay. I my brain is gonna take while to jump from that place where i am right now. This place where. I am right now to that place in the future where it solved when i feel like there's just paper on every surface coming out of okay i get it okay. So i'm going to talk about that. Because i do think there's a lot of value in that simply just saying it's okay to reduce paper but i have. I mean i feel pretty confident saying i have solved my paper
Author Melanie Kirkpatrick Describes Sarah Josepha Hale, the Original 'Lady Editor'
"Woman as you said she was a major figure in the nineteenth century gigantic. Name but virtually forgotten really. I mean whoever talks about. Sarah jesse hail so just tell us about her generally speaking more about her life because she is a hugely influential figure. I imagine how influential she watched. I think she's one of the most influential women if not the most intellectual in our history on she was. She grew up in a little town in new hampshire. She was born in seventeen eighty eight. She was really a a woman of the eighteenth century and when her husband died she was in her thirties with four children by the oldest for seven and a fifth on the way she had to figure out a way to support herself. She liked to write her husband had told her she was good at it. So she got the masons the freemasons her husband had been a freemason and she started to write and the freemasons published her first book. A book of poetry then wrote a novel an anti slavery novel decades before uncle. Toms cabin and that caught the attention to detail and it caught the attention of an episcopal priest in a boston. Who was starting a a magazine for women and he invited her to come. There called the lady's magazine and be the first editor she did and she turned it into a big success. So much. so that louis goaty a publishing magnets in philadelphia decided he wanted her is editor of this book. Called his magazine called the ladies book and she wanted to stay in boston where her oldest son was in college and harvard. But so what domestic odi do. He bought her magazine so that he could get her and a. That was the beginning of uniform partnership that lasted until the I think it was eighteen. Seventy seven so for fifty years. She until she was almost ninety hale. Was this a towering figure in american
Guy Armstrong on Illuminating Emptiness
"And guy i wanted to thank you for joining us and welcome. You will thank you very much for having me that happy to be here with your love talking about this topic and all the other dharma that i know you and i might share wonderful and so i thought you know you've had a long history with the insight tradition and i was wondering how you You know. I got into practicing in that tradition. Well it's kind of a long story. I started off reading about buddhism. And i bought my first book on buddhism when i was sixteen years old i knew nothing about it. I was in the middle of the country growing up in a suburb of missouri. And for some reason. I picked up this book in a bookstore called the way of sam. I alan watts. I didn't read it right away. But when i got into college in all these kind of new ideas were floating through the counterculture and i got interested in started reading what i could find and mostly at that time it was about Zan by alan watts of dt suzuki. So i did a lot of reading but unfortunately nobody told me. I needed to meditate and so it was all conceptual and intellectual or mid that point but it did it did establish from me a real interest in asia A strong poll. Jj from from that time. and so. After i graduated from college. I went into the peace corps in malaysia which was right next door to thailand so when i visited thailand i really felt a good connection i felt at home and then when i got back to the states settled in palo alto and i met a meditation teacher who was a student of the tide teacher. Dear bamba who not a lot of people have heard about but she was teaching for pasta in nineteen seventy four in palo alto so i became interested in. That's where i got my start in. Actually sitting down and meditating
'American Marxism' Remains #1 Book in America
"That you folks have made American Marxism again. Three weeks in a row, the number one book in America. The number one book in America. The number one hardback nonfiction the number one combination e book hardback nonfiction, however, you want to measure it. And I can tell you there's a company called books can that Determines how many books are sold in a given period of time. They're always a little slow. So that number will come out. Tomorrow. It will not include Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. And moments ago based on my publishes calculations. American Marxism and hard copy book and audio. It's a little over three weeks. Actually three weeks. Today's Wednesday came out on a Tuesday. Has sold over 700,000 copies. 700,000 copies. Now. He talked briefly about this yesterday. I'll talk briefly about it today. Then we'll move on. The academic years beginning The academic years beginning for college and university students, and it's beginning For public school students. We all know what's going on on our college campuses. And those of you who've read American Marxism, you know better than anybody. There must be Intellectual pushback. On the indoctrination that's occurring in our colleges and universities. There must be intellectual pushback pushback of
Delivering Deep Learning Powered Speech Recognition as a Service
"So dylan can start introducing yourself. My name is dylan. I am the founder of ai. And what we're working on is making a really easy to use a pi for automatic speech recognition. That developers are using to do a wide variety of things from transcribing. Podcast like this to zoom meetings. Phone calls we started our company a few years ago. Now back in twenty seventeen and have been chugging away ever since do you remember how you i got introduced the python. Yeah yes oh. I actually was econ major in college and i'd always been interested in. Computers is the kinda word started. I played on video games. This kid i played a lot of like counter strike and ruin scape in like world of warcraft as a kid and my brother and i would build computers because he was also really computers. And at one point. I believe i was like hosting counterstrike servers and selling them on irc really a schedule. But that's that's got into like computers programming. Because i remember i built a website for the counterstrike servers that i was selling just in like html. That i kind of put that on the shelf and thought that i wanted to go into finance in college so i majored in econ and then my senior year of college. I started a company with a guy went to college with and throughout that process ended up learning how to code and the language that i started with was python so attended some python meet ups washington. Dc made a few friends. That i'm still friends with now in python community. And i think one of the first books i read was two scoops of django which i me into it. So that's where it all started.
From a Book With No Words to a Book About Words with Author Michael Knowles
"What led you to write this book. Speechless controlling words controlling minds. Well before i had any of the podcasts daily wire with senator cruz or prager anything. Before i had the book with words it all began. Because i had a book without any words which was called reasons to vote for democrats a comprehensive guide. Two hundred fifty blank pages and unexpectedly. I only wrote it. Or i didn't write anything but only published it irritate my democrat friends and relatives but it became a number one bestseller on amazon. So now this is so crazy. I just want to say. I'm a writer. I'm an author. I've written a lot of books. I think i have five new york times. Bestsellers the idea that you wrote. A book had no words and it became a bestseller hard for me to like you michael knowles. It's a good thing. I love you as as my brother in the faith because the idea. I mean it's hilarious but this is true. When did that come out. So that book came out in twenty seventeen and very shortly thereafter. I had a publishing companies. Say okay we want you to write another book. And i said hold on the word. Another is a little strange using that word a little liberally. Nothing about what. I've done should give you any indication that i could write a book with words but i thought it would be ironic for my first book with words to make it about words themselves and also because i think that the manipulation of language to redefine reality is the primary tool by which leftist radicals have up ended society more than by immigration more than by various sorts of economic policies for instance the manipulation of language. Does it because if you can control the speech then as good old uncle aristotle tells us you're controlling politics particularly in a self-governing republic so it's good for book sales that this issue of censorship in free speech is the number one issue right now. It's very bad for the country. But it's good for book
America Has Lost Its First Principals Without the Bible
"We've lost our concept of first principles you know. As as a hemingway describes bankruptcy says it happens gradually then suddenly and this. This happened gradually for at least a century. And then i think we're sort of in the suddenly episode right now so one way. How is it that we've lost a sense of The the good turn the beautiful well because for instance. There's one book that you will not be taught in schools right now. You can be taught robin diangelo. You can be taught from candy. You could probably be taught mine comp but the one book that you can you will go to court if you teach. It is the bible in it in the twentieth century. Some some justices on the supreme court they found in the invisible ink above the nation's beneath the pin number is that the constitution says no bible in schools. It right now in schools you can have a religious liturgy. You can pray to the various secular saints. You can have rituals for or pride or we have a whole month for pride but if you any way pray to god in schools that's going to be a big problem in a lot of places and so i think conservatives fell for this trap where we believe that secular liberalism is just a neutral playing field and the left is going to do. But it's not it's obviously a rigged game and if we are not allowed to state plain truths god exists. There's a difference between good and bad men or women. We're not allowed to stay those truths than not only. We're not playing on an even playing field but we've already lost the debate before it's
Building Desktop Apps With wxPython
"Mike welcome to by enemy. Thanks so much for having me again. Yeah it's great to have you here. Maybe we just remind people the last time you are here. You wrote a really cool book called a python that drive the title correct. Yes that's correct. Yeah and that was back in episode one hundred and fifty six way back in two thousand eighteen three years ago. I guess more than that but it was a history book so is looking back right. It's it's fine it's still relevant. People can check that out. And i really love some of the stories that you told on there at love. I think it was alex martelli. You interviewed him. Talked about how google video and youtube or sort of competing neck and neck and that was sort of a python versus plus story. That's probably the one that stuck with me. The most yeah. I really enjoyed that one although some good stuff in the book canon interview as well. Yeah there's great stuff all over. I'm just trying to think of the one that i remember years later. You know yeah. yeah so. It's been a couple years since you've been on the show what you've been up well since snape came out. I have been pretty prolific in my writing and continue to write more python bucks for example in on debbie ex python and our report lab. I redid python one. Which was my first book. Report is about like working with. Pdf's right yes. You can use a pdf's but that book also covers how to edit option. Say it how to read and get out of an existing pdf as well. Yeah you got a couple of one. Oh one to a one type boxes well. Learning by beginners into one is kind of intermediate advanced. So if i was a sophomore might take yes cool. So what are you doing these days. Are you doing the independent thing with your authoring and creating. are you doing. Tilting what are you. Oh i still do a fulltime job. I write python code that tested embedded c plus plus application with python. Oh nice swift. Need but i also kind of as hobbies slash site job. I write for for myself. I write these books. And i occasionally contribute to real python as well
Sara Fujimura Discusses Her New Book "Faking Reality"
"Welcome to read between the lines book. Podcast i'm your host mali's out baynes damage. Newton therapy were there. How are you today. Thanks so much for having me on molly. Thanks for coming on. I can't wait to talk about your book so you tell me about it. So my new book is coming out. Next next tuesday on the thirteenth. In it's called faking realities. This is my fourth way book. my third contemporary. Why a book. My second book with tortilla and my first book that required a power tool research. So can you tell me a little bit more about the blood. I want to talk to you about this or research. We'll be sure so for people who are trying to decide what they like to read. I like to say faking. Reality is like the eighties movie. Some kind of wonderful needs. Karen mcdowell's just click. So it's a girl who has been on her family's hdtv show since literally the day she was born and he's grown up in the spotlight but now that the store these the now. The thieves tv show is coming to an end. She's really struggling with who she is outside of the spotlight and what she wants to bring forward with her in this next life and what she wants to leave behind so that's her that's the bigger plot of the who am i. And what is my identity. And then of course. This is a romance. I wanted to give her a boy who happens to be her bedspread and they've been best friends for forever and her feelings change for him and that idea for anybody who's ever fall in love with their best friends like do you tell them. Do you not tell them. Because there's a lot at stake so you could potentially not only get rejected but then lose your best friend on top of it. So that idea of what you do when you can't be in the french zone anymore
Why White Progressives Have Such a Hard Time Confronting Racism
"Robin diangelo. Welcome back to the podcast. Thank you so much for having me. I'm so excited to be with you again. So we talked a year ago. I little bit just a month or so more than a year ago and probably the most memorable moment came at the very end when you made me cry totally took me by surprise but you know it came it. Hit at this time When i think it was just before the killing of george floyd yes and you know i was already dealing with a just a lot of stuff so to have a white person just out of nowhere apologized to me for. Racism was just more than my. My heart could bear in that moment. But you are back because you have what i'm calling part two of your first book which is white Why it's so hard for white people to talk about racism. Your new book is nice. Racism how progressive white people perpetuate racial harm. And i remember in our conversation about white fragility. How i think i also thank you for putting doesn't making a point of talking about white progressives and just how and i so agree being a black person and my black friends and i have talked about this. How white progressives can be some of the worst people we have to deal with. Why did you feel is important to and you write about white progressives in white fragility why did you feel. It was important to put the focus. The laser beam focused on white progressives in in nice races waiting for two reasons. One white progresses are my people. I usually progressive. And that's who. I'm around all the time and i think that the patterns and the forms of resistance that you see from people we would not call white. Progressives are pretty easy easy to see pretty explicit. I think it's harder to put your hands on the ways. That folks like me in at racism.
God Is Sovereign Over Evil
"Joshua chapter. Sixteen verse one. The allotment of the people of joseph went from the jordan by jericho east of the waters of jericho into the wilderness. Going up from jericho into the hill country to beppo. This could just seem like a simple verse describing the allotment of land. That goes to the people of joseph. But i just wanted to pause and think about this picture. I this was hard to see coming in genesis. Chapter thirty seven right. You remember back in the old testament first book in the bible. When joseph was sold into slavery by his brothers when he was thrown into a dungeon for year after year after year he was stuck in this dungeon. I who could picture that one. He would even live like his brothers at one. Point wanted to kill him and there he was a slave thrown into a dungeon and yet think about genesis chapter fifty verse twenty. What others intended for evil. God intended for good. God was preserving. Joseph god was preserving his entire family he would keep them alive. During famine through joseph being sold into slavery being thrown into a dungeon a god was working in all of this and ways. Joseph never could have imagined in ways. No one could have imagined or would have planned. God was working behind the scenes in ways that would lead to not only his good but the good of his entire family that will lead to the good of his family one day entering into the promised land just as god had promised and specifically here in josh for chapter sixteen verse one. His people his descendants receiving part of that promise land
"one book" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"And truly i have in no less reverence and estimation man that is of your mind than any of them all that be so high in power and authority but you shall do as it become you. Yeah and according to this wisdom and this high and free courage of yours if you can find in your heart so to appoint and dispose yourself that you may apply your wit and diligence to the prophet of the will public though it be somewhat to your own pain and hindrance and this show you never so well do nor with so great profit perform as if you be of some great prince's council and put into his head as i doubt not but you will honest opinions and virtuous persuasions four from the prince as from a perpetual wellspring cometh among the people the flood of all. That is good or evil but in you is so perfect learning that without any experience and again so great experience that without any learning you may well be any king's counselor. You be twice deceived master. More quoth he. I in me and again in the thing itself for neither is me that ability that you force upon me and if it were never so much yet in disquieting my known quietness i should nothing. Further the wheel public for first of all the most part of all princes have more delight in warlike matters and feats of chivalry the knowledge. Whereof i neither have nor desire then in the good feet of peace and employ much more study. How by right. Or by wrong to enlarge their dominions than how well and peaceably to rule and govern that they have already moreover they that becomes lers to kings every one of them either is of himself so wise indeed that he need not or else. He thinks himself so wise that he will not allow another man's council saving that they do shamefully and flatteringly give assent to the fond foolish things of certain great men whose favors because they be in high authority with their prince by assoiation and flattery. They labor to obtain and verily it is naturally given to all men to esteem their own inventions best so both the raven and the ape think their own young ones fairest then if a man in such a company where some disdain and have despite other men's inventions and some count their own best if amongst such men i say a man should bring forth anything that he hath read done in times past or that he had seen done in other places. They're the heroes fair as though the whole existence of their wisdom were in jeopardy to be overthrown and that ever after they should be counted for very fools unless they could and other men's inventions pick out matter to reprehends and find fault at if all other poor helps fail. then this is their extreme refuge. These things say they pleased our forefathers ancestors would god we could be so wise as they were and as though they had wittily concluded the matter and with. This answer stopped every man's mouth they sit down again as i should say it were a very dangerous matter. If a man in any point should be found wiser than his forefathers were and yet be we content to suffer the best and wittiest of their decrees to lie unexecuted but if in anything a better order might have been taken then by them was there. We take fast. Hold and find many faults times. Have i chanced upon such proud lewd over th ward and wayward judgments. Yeah and once in england..
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"Some there. Yeah very many of both parts and again had spoken of such wise and prudent laws and decrees as established in used both here among us and also there among them as a man so cunning an expert in the laws and customs of every several country as though into what place whoever he came guest wise there he had led all his life. Then peter much marveling at the man shirley master rafael quoth he. I wonder greatly why you get you not into some kings court for. I am sure there is no prince living. That would not be very glad of you as a man not only able highly to delight him with your profound learning and this your knowledge of countries and peoples but also our meat to instruct him with examples and help him with council and thus you shall bring yourself in a very good case and also be inability to help all your friends and kinsfolk as concerning my friends and kinsfolk quoth he. I pass not greatly for them for. I think i have sufficiently done my part towards them already for these things that other men do not depart from until they be old and sick. Yeah which they be then. Very loath to leave when they can no longer keep those very same things did i being. Not only lusty and in good health but also in the flower of my youth. Divide among my friends and kinsfolk. Which i think with this my liberality ought to hold them contented and not to require nor to look at besides this i should for their sakes give myself in bondage to kings. May god forbid quoth peter. It is not my mind that you should be in bondage to kings but as a retainer to them at your pleasure which shirley i think is the nicest way that you can devise how to bestow your time fruitfully not only for the private commodity of your friends and for the general prophet of all sorts of people but also for the advancement of yourself to much wealthier state and condition than you be now in to a wealthier condition quoth rafael by that means that my mind standards clean against no. I live at liberty after my own. Mind pleasure which. I think very few of these great states and peers of realms can say yen. There'd be enough of them that seek for great men's friendships and therefore think it no great hurt if they have not me nor two or three such as i am well i perceive plainly friend rafael quo. Thi- that you'd be desirous neither of riches enor-.
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"And when we had saluted each other and had spoken these. Common words that be custodial spoken at the first meeting an acquaintance of strangers we went thence to my house and there in my garden upon a bench covered with green turf. We sat down talking together there. He told us how that after the departing vespucci he and his fellows terry behind in gulick began by little and little through fair and gentle speech to win the love and favor of the people of that country in so much that within short space they did dwell amongst them not only harmless but also occupied with him very familiarly. He told us also that they were in high reputation and favor with a certain great man whose name and country is now quite out of my remembrance which of his mere liberality did bear the costs and charges of him and his five companions and besides that gave them a trustee guide to conduct them in their journey which by water was in boats and buy land in wagons and to bring them to other princes with very friendly commendations thus after many days journeys he said they found towns and cities and will public's full of people governed by good and wholesome laws for under the line equinoxe shell and of both sides of the same as far as the sun death extent. His course leaf quoth he great and wide desserts and wildernesses parched burned and dried up with continual and intolerable heat. All things be hideous terrible loathsome and unpleasant to behold all things out of fashion income linus inhabited with wild beasts and serpents or at the least wise with people that be no less savage wild an awesome than the very beasts themselves be but a little farther beyond that all things begin by little and little to wax pleasant the air soft temperate and gentle the ground covered with green grass less wildness in the beasts. At the last show you come again to people. Cities and towns wherein is continual intercourse occupying of merchandise and chaffeur not only among themselves and with their borders but also with merchants of far countries. Both by land and water there. I had occasion said he to go to many countries of every side for there was no ship. Ready to any voyage your journey. But i and my fellows into it very gladly received the ships that they found i were made plain flat and broad in the bottom though wise. The sales were made of great rushes or of wicker's and in some places of leather afterward. They found ships with ridged keells and sales of canvas. Yeah and shortly after having all things like ours the shipman also very expert and cunning both in the sea and in.
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"Fillet for this is. His name is very well. Learned in the latin tongue but profound an excellent in the greek tongue wherein he ever bestowed more study than in the latin because he had given himself wholly to the study of philosophy whereof off he knew that there is nothing extant in the latin tongue. That is to any purpose saving a few of senecas and cicero's doings his patrimony that he was born unto he left to his brethren for. He is a portugal born and for the desire that he had to see and know the far countries of the world. He joined himself in company with morocco. Vespucci and in the three last voyages of those for that be now imprint and abroad. In every man's hands he continued still in his company saving that in the last voyage he came not home again with him for he made such means and shift. What by intrigues. And what by importuner suit that. He got license of master amigo. Though it were sore against his will to be one of the twenty four which the end of the last voyage were left in the country of gulick. He was therefore left behind for his mind. Sake as one that took more thought and care for traveling. Than dying having custodial ably in his mouth these sayings he that hath no grave is covered with the sky and the way to heaven out of all places is of like length and distance which fantasy of his. If god had not been his better friend he had surely bought full dear but after the departing of master vespucci when he had traveled through and about many countries with five of his companions galicians at the last by marvelous chance. He arrived in tap urbane from whence he went to. Kelly quit where he chance to find certain of his country's ships wherein he returned again into his country. Nothing less than looked for all this. When peter had told me i thanked him for his gentle kindness that he had vouchsafed to bring me to the speech of that man whose communication he thought should be too pleasant and acceptable and their with..
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"Utopia by sir. Thomas more the first book of the communication of rafael heavily concerning the best state of a commonwealth the most victorious and triumphant king of england henry the eighth of that name in all royal virtues prince most peerless had late in controversy with the right high and mighty king of castille weighty matters and of great importance for the debate and final determination. Whereof the king's majesty sent me ambassador into flanders joined in commission with cuthbert tunstall a man doubtless out of comparison. And whom the king's majesty of late to the great rejoicing of all men did prefer to the office of master of the rolls but of this man's praises. I will say nothing. Not because i do. Fear that small credence shall be given to the testimony that come out of a friend's mouth. But because his virtue and learning be greater and of more excellency than that. I am able to praise them. And also in all places so famous and so perfectly well known that they need not nor ought not of me to be praised unless i would seem to show and set forth the brightness of the sun with a candle as the proverbs seth their meta said bruce for thus it was before agreed. They whom their prince had for that matter. Appointed commissioners excellent men all the chief and the head of them was the margrave as they call him of brooches a right honorable man but the wisest and the best spoken of them was george texas provost of castle a man not only by learning but also by nature of singular eloquence and in the laws profoundly learned but in reasoning in debating of matters. What by his natural wit. And what by daily exercise. Surely he had few fellows after that we had once or twice met and upon certain points or articles could not fully and thoroughly agree. They for a certain space took their leave of us and departed to brussels there to know their prince's pleasure. I in the meantime for so my business day. When went straight thence to antwerp wiles. I was they're abiding oftentimes among other but which to me was more welcome than any other did. visit me. one peter giles. A citizen of antwerp a man there in his country of honest reputation and also preferred to high promotions worthy truly of the highest for. It is hard to say whether the young man being learning were in honesty more excellent for he is both of wonderful virtuous conditions and also singularly well learned and towards all sorts of people exceeding gentle but towards his friends can't hearted so loving so faithful so trustee and of so check shen that it were very hard in any place to find a man that with him in all points of friendship may be compared. No man can be more lowly or courteous..
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"Oh let me correct myself there. It saying the more likely he or she is to have sex with virtual strangers. The more likely she or he is to have been under the influence of drugs or alcohol during some of the sexual encounters and while it is more likely that a condom was used. The rate of increase condom use does not seem great enough to offset the higher risks of infection. According to the sex in america survey three out of four of married women say they always or usually reach climax during sex compared to fewer than two out three of single women in large part. The success of the married verse unmarried comes from an understanding of each other person's body and the knowledge of what works. And what does it. So contrary to what the pop culture might have you believe. Married women are actually getting a whole lot more enjoyment and orgasms out of their sex than those girls out at the ladies night are. The book has several chapters to freak you out about. Std's if you're not freaked out enough already about std's and yes you can get and transmit nasty bugs from oral sex. The book exhorts the reader to use condoms or dental dams win having casual oral sex with strangers which just strikes me as something that almost nobody will do. I've had a lot of protected. Sex in my life and the women always seemed to be enthusiastic about performing back below jobs. Almost nobody out. There seems to be interested in real disciplined in using condoms or dental dams. I've never even seen dental dam to be honest when they're doing cuddling grayson blowjobs. If you're a single dude out to slay poon or a pickup artist. I know that some of you pick up artist. Dudes follow me. I urge you to learn the facts about promiscuity. Read my article. The promiscuity question. I've got linked or just stop and think about it soberly for a damn moment before being in bed with the next stranger to be responsibly. Promiscuous you need all these layers condoms dental dams contraception affirmative consent regular td tests etc..
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"If you like me are a red blooded man with a little aversion to prostrating yourself before woman in bed re frame it with language call it khanna links not going down giving head or worse eating out which just evokes cannibalism to me at least okay. The three assurances. These are important for priming your lady to get the most out of what you're about to do in your own words. Tell her i going down on her turns you on. You enjoy it as much as she does. There's no rush. She has all the time in the world. You want to savor every moment. And thirdly her sent is it provocative her taste powerful it all emanates from the same beautiful essence communicate these three assurances physically and verbally. Repeat them over and over it every possible. Way say them show them in body them be strong. Be understanding on the first kiss. The first kiss upon her vulva should take her breath away. So don't diminish the sense of anticipation instead. Kiss the areas around the vulva rather than the clitoris. Use your lips. Not your tongue. Smooch nibble but stay away from the clitoral head in the beginning. Here's some tips and technical points. Avoid during foreplay avoided direct contact with her generals for a minimum of ten to fifteen minutes stimulate other parts of her body. Let the oxytocin. Wash over her and pervade her bloodstream. A pillow propped up under her. But will help the with blood flow to the pelvic region as well as provide you with better access to her genitalia. As for your tongue it should easily be able to rest against her vaginal entrance and cover. Its entire expanse. Hopefully her vaginal isn't too expensive. Cover it from top to bottom. You'll know you're both in the right position. she's able to comfortably. Look down the length of her body and watch you work and you're able to look without breaking the flow of action and make eye contact with her win. You do stimulate the head of the clitoris for the first time. Press these soft wet tip of your tongue into it and then hold the position like a gentle mist engulf the had in the more snus of your tongue. She might shudder from the shock but continue to hold the position in less. She tells you to stop tong. as an enhancement to these techniques performed them with her legs in the air. Get a firm grip on her thighs and raise both legs so that only her but is touching the bed liquor vova tenderly and gingerly and note detention in her legs and pelvic area as she pushes against your hands. This pushing against a point of resistance is a key element in developing hyper -sity the muscular tension that contributes to sexual response and orgasmic release. Press your thumb against her clitoral head and gently flick from side to side as you penetrate her with short shallow thrusts or press the shaft of your penis against her clitoris and then gently you. Thrust between the folds of her labia without ever entering her. Moans pubis no. That's not a place on mars or it's also called. The pubic mound is located. Just above the clitoral cluster. Massaging the mons pubis with the base of your palm stimulates the Cluster from above next point important takeaway from the book. Something that i didn't know be still might dude to that end. A flat still tongue pressed soft lee. Later firmly into her vulva will prove to be your one of your most powerful positions..
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"Say and the feelings submissive. This is the same reason that women really seem to enjoy giving fillet xio. I don't look down on men who loved performing kind of linguists. Well i would. If i were in the same room as them while they were doing it but it was a monumental blunder on behalf of this book to cram a lot of his feminist inversion agenda ideology into a guide to something that men naturally feel just a little uneasy about the book suggests that we despise with the conventional wisdom. That exalts genital penetration as the apogee of sexual pleasure. No thanks man. Also i take some umbrage with the subtext of the book that the woman's pleasure is more important that the man is there to serve the woman in bed. Now let me be clear. My woman's pleasure is certainly important to me. I think about it every day. Seduction is the selfish and generous. Giving and taking of pleasure but if you've had much sex you'll know that what's natural in the bedroom is for the woman to serve the man a bit more. This is why. I call my wife my sex slave and she likes it. You might wanna read the chapter of my book. An article that i publish entitled i was promised a sex slave really. It's only fair that the woman serves a bit more in the bedroom because seduction is typically drastically. More work for the man. I'll explain the average man must put in many months or years of painful tedious and uncomfortable personal growth efforts things like lifting weights in the gym buying stylish clothes building a cool social circle sharpening his verbal skills learning game being humbled repeatedly in the unforgiving school of hard knocks. He must do all this stuff to become sex worthy to an attractive young woman. The man overcomes is crippling approach. Anxiety soldiers through grueling rejection after grueling rejection to meet a girl interested in dating him then he must come up with dozens of witty and clever things to say on the date walking a tightrope between offending and enticing..
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"Who this is. Jonathan with limitless mindset and this is why sex hacker review of the book. She comes first. And i him debating. I am considering what to title this book view. I two titles that. I'm just torn between the first is shoves too much feminism down the cunning linguists throat and then the second title i'm thinking about is kinda linguists is for pussies both kind of edgy. I'm not sure which one of those i should go with. Maybe you can drop me a message on social media. Let me know which one of those you think is going to attract a bit more attention. I have got a three star review of this book and three star reviews can often actually be. The most helpful informative reviews. You know where someone is pointing out the positives. The good stuff to be found in title and then also leveling some critiques. So that is what. I aim to do here in this review of this book. You are going to want to go and check out the article review that i did. Also that's gonna be linked below wherever you're listening to this podcast and that article is ever going to be over on limitless mindset dot com in that review. I'm going to be linking to all the resources. Everything that i mentioned here and i am also going to be having some photos. Some imagery some illustrations over there because all of this kind of linguists business that we're going to be delving into here is best exposed a visually. Wouldn't you say so being a tantric husband a cunning linguist myself for at least that's what people tell me and being ever curious about new things to try to add more spice to the roseland bedroom. I picked up this book. She comes first and this is the book on linguistics and while it's well written and informative it left an unfavourable taste in my mouth. I'll explain why. I've never been very enthusiastic about linguistics. Kind of a lot of guys. I imagine i always thought. Maybe it's one of those things like salsa dancing that i'd enjoy if i actually got good at it. The book does present a very thorough guide. And i'll synopsys some of the best stuff here but it does so. In a way that myself and many non feminist men will find downright unpalatable consider the authors kind of linguist manifesto quote to her according to your abilities and from you. According to her needs inspired of course by the communist manifesto which is from each according to their abilities to each according to their needs as a right thinking. Man i fucking hate. Communism communists murdered my bulgarian wife's grandfather in cold blood so we're not off to a good start with the kind of linguists manifesto there. My aversion to of linguists is probably due to it feeling submissive. And i'm going to say some things here that i think probably most men think but don't.
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"Twelve don't forget. You have an Amazon author page you you have to sign up for Amazon author Central and what you WanNa do is You want to include a bio there because so when you win a reader goes to your Amazon page or click a book. You'll notice sometimes the the link, the hyperlink for the author. We'll go to this like Blake page because an author, his not taking the time to add a photo if you have a photo or an image that you want to represent you. or a bio or anything, but you need to go into Amazon author central set up an account and you want to claim your book. This is gonNA. Be You're going to have to do this every time you to claim your book. Also, if you have contributed a short story to a collection, you want to claim it is one of those things you want to It helps with your street cred the YOU WANNA keep getting books on your page so but don't forget to actually claim the book on. Amazon. Author. Central. Yes I'm one of the things. That can fees may the club sons published I didn't really understand that and I just kept thinking well, go north pays but my book is not there. That's because I hadn't claimed it. So you have to go into Amazon just see it says at book and then it just comes up you put the the the ace as I n number in. Your name or the book title that it comes up he just clicked blame them within like seventy two hours book on your page worth doing and say make sure that you'll face and you buy I would say are the same across platforms that you're doing if you're doing Amazon Yanni one still badly repressive my author. What I keep trying even I keep trying to those are those are my tips I know I gave most of them. Walter.
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"Deeper into the funnel to make them Superfan. So when you do hit publish on a new book there, are GonNa be like Oh i the read that I really liked this author yet talk tips I came back to me number seven. Now this one you might not expect from me is consider enrolling in Kinloch unlimited or KDP select from the background. For for a writer now, erroneous book into Ku means that he constantly anywhere else for ninety days. That's the term you have to abide by as a writer to be included in kindle unlimited. The pros are that being in Ku and increase visibility to your readers and it means mobile strategy because you're new the and it doesn't cost any money to do it. If I was a newell thought, I would go into k. year is that simple especially in this day and age because you know when I started out there wasn't okay you on my God there was. This was fields TB Yeah Two Thousand Fourteen Aka think it started in the NBA the end of two, thousand fourteen but I I in say. and. So I'd go my platform set up and say for me, it was more of a choice and now I D launch mason my books indicate Ye for ninety days often for double that of often triple that but you can always pull them out But if I was a new author I, would go into cagey because you have more exposure and you book is more accessible. To. Tons of readers have to go the sites which just complicates things if he didn't know what you're doing because you know what you're doing because I book, it works well with Raymond's I'll say that, but you should missing what your is and what your goals are and say whether whether it's for you or not. What's really what was right months renee how it works with others yours. Sure. Cozy mystery raiders. They've.
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"Actionable before you publish just get good cover the stop dilly dallying go la don't. If I could afford it you you can't not avoid it number two editing now. A lot of people might say I can just put my book out. Right. I'm pretty good at grammar and that you see your mistakes, this is an absolute key thing my pet thing when I'm racing is. I miss out woods. Say I think that they were words that if I put one of my books on didn't have edited. Probably about ten percent of the sentences would have missing words Something I can't see it when I read it back and might be to readers will tell you this. They have a good old chocolate copy editors and developmental addresses and preferences. They can be expensive his things that you definitely need are in my opinion. You don't absolutely need development lesser although it's good to have but you can get to readers and you can get feedback to do that. But I think you definitely need a copy editor and I think you definitely need to pretend to as a minimum minimum because it raises spelling mistakes or grammar mistakes or bad sentence structure, they won't come back I wouldn't. And you've got one chance to make a first impression to do that, and also very rarely really concentrate on your look inside Becky I, because that's what a lot of people sample before they bought by your book. So bt, we can act as different developmental editing stage for you but again, get get people to be to read for you the light the genre. I gave my first gotTa books to people leader as his junior and say go bad feedback with my with my first book. I did get it copy edited by friend of mine he was he was copious look for. By, wouldn't have put it up without gang copy edited I just wouldn't and lucky I didn't because it would just been full of missing words..
"one book" Discussed on Lesbians Who Write Podcast
"Well. I was a bit hesitant about this episode because I, think what are the issues get when people send me emails and everything about like they want that special sauce at that magic that you can dislike puts you can just one role in also new have a bestseller. and. You'll make a lot of money and you don't have to do a lot of work in when I was writing down my tips for Martini. I realized a lot of my tips. Art long-term tips. So I think I'm going to away some people because it's not going to be that one like you could hit that special button on your keyboard and all of a sudden you're going to be the money's is going to be rolling in doesn't happen that way nine well, fuck you don't Wanna listen to this anymore. Why are you the special button on the Special Schools? Well, you drop their Year. He is the f-bomb girl I was getting a bit. Jealous. Right. I'm starting off with my sakes and I thought I'd start off with the absolute Chris Goo things that you need Yes. Some of the things that we're GONNA cut we cover not necessarily critical but these first three are absolutely critical and I can't stress it enough and you know we've talked about let's say won't cover. Now we've talked about this before we did an upset on covers if he gave back and have a look our archive, there's an accident covers at least in that lesbian fiction covers still a little bit wanting and if you want to stand up from the crowd, get a good professionally designed book cover it says the people. book by its cover and it's true. They do so w anyone he tells you that they don't because they do and what you need to do to sell books is to get covered. The entices redes- in, it's got to be legible. The title is going to be legible didn't have the title in white writing over some grainy picture that you can't read is your name should be legible is going to work is a thumbnail because there it's going to be main looked down a phone or a laptop screen. It's going to be one that works in your Zumra to have a look in the genre and see what's working what's not and Cope at its go to tell the reader. What kind of book they're going to get a glance it's a romance she be romantic covers, pink read gold. Some sense if it's a thriller should be spiky colours and it should probably have a mysterious person on the cover. Is True. The economy's change later he didn't he not wedded to one cover, but you should try and get it right the first time the. Best Way to do that is to work with a professional designer and then not expensive as you think and if you really can't afford it, you can get a made to measure cover and some of them are really good and you can get those speaking as for as little as twenty five dollars I. Pick One up to twenty five bucks I did the last one I paid seventy five bucks so. Therefore double and remember if you if you going into anything is going to cost you money upfront it. This whole business is going to cost you money if you get cover is going to pay back. I made the mistake with London calling I didn't look at the rining nothing about it and my first couple travel books take make my mistake. But as I said, you can always change it later. Yes. I agree with that. So that's a that's a that's a good tip. It's very.
"one book" Discussed on Lesbians Who Write Podcast
"League on next to it yesterday that now. This kills me. So, I was getting kept saying number one in the free of the my tech clicking on the on the link, and then they would just keep taking me to the main lesbian romance page and I was like, well, where's the free chart? So. I found out lie after a couple of days when he just kept taking back, Mike this link is broken. Couple of days figure that there might be a different list. Snow obvious. Basil. I'm saying but they thought it was lovely today when I had looked before we came on this cool I'm number one in the Lesbian Romance Free tells and your number one in the lesbian romance paychecks as beautiful. Number one buddy we on homebodies. That's really good. Yeah I said I would report back in stone or I am and I'll give you some numbers you the numbers for this week if you like I've shifted thirteen hundred copies across platforms in a week, which I think is pretty good listen numbers for the newsletter. Have you checked have gone up slightly but I wouldn't expect it quite yet. Money's lesson was a pretty steady, but I would think that maybe it would be more of a as people read it but I'm quite pleased with them shifting and eleanor. New didn't even know that was possible. One thing I will say is I'd like some reviews on it. Now because why didn't realize is that when you put it up on the different platforms, then it's just like a normal book because. Nobody in my free books if they have been available. Yes yes. I shoulda treated it like a new launch I didn't because I wasn't a wax done this before say again, we're also learning old songs never done this and I have now I'm starting to get some reviews but some of them I just. A couple of you know not that great star reviews and the reason is that the books to short even though it says clearly on the Front Novella say. GonNa try and get some reviews to counterbalance so I. Think some people will just expecting it to be full book and it's not so that's that's probably initiated. I have heard that on free books where people just do so revered but was say but it'd be nice to get a few more reviews they gave I journey on pre pleased with week one. In My will working on my Christmas book as is a piddling along I'd say it's slow going because I'm gonna I went back and reread it and then had three hundred nights and it's like is one of these things I want to get back and fix ill buck as they always say when you go back and fix all I'm kind of rewriting Quello over I'm actually finished here. By kind of feel like I kind of know where it's going. So I should go back and fix it, but it's been wing at moment because it's slow going. However, the good news is when I read, it will be true I was really annoyed the it stopped because obviously, there's still like ten fifteen chapters today and I haven't written them how bloody read of me so I'm still going to write that he's but my deadline is for that is my birthday. So go a couple of weeks to get with first off done and it should be doable. Your birthday sounds like shit this year. Birthday,.
"one book" Discussed on Lesbians Who Write Podcast
"So wait it does splitting of your hand and making your ear finger go black or are they separate days visits these a separate incidents What are you doing? Are you that like? That tightly that you're living your hand on your, my sister says because she's a gopher and he said to me and. Says that I am just holding it holding the club t talent and I need to adjust my finger position. Hey, joke there say probably my position isil wrong and. And, say I need to have some golf lessons clearly the other thing? I did this week that was a much had to get back to the dentist. So I had three in Jackson at three injections yesterday and I, gotTa get back is from having a crown fitted. I'm going to get back and have the crown fitted on my birthday. So I'm going to be Queen for a day with a new crown on my birthday. So as a couple of weeks. In Yes. That's terrible. Why do you have to do this again I let us you cracked it during lockdown didn't. Yes. Cracked some having it crowned and apparently if you leave the tooth for too long and the top one comes down and causes bad things with the bomb one that's not that that's the bad things that happened this week I need my fingers amputated and an ad three dental injections. Let's look at the points. So I published a trauma again. Across platforms for free as I told you last week and I've never published anything on across platforms for three four free and I. Didn't realize that there was a free child. We we we. We we we. All of this time you didn't know there was. One night. No. The he's of the upper addict Ni- by didn't know where it was. Little.
"one book" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast
"It's a sign of the times when major magazine can tell its readers, it's okay to ignore the bible. Stay tuned to breakpoint from the Colson center for Christian worldview. Here's Eric Metaxas with breakpoint. Ask any child would his or her favorite thing to eat is and you'll probably hear pizza or ice cream, but grownups hoping to live there full three score and ten would do well not to harden their hearts or arteries against more healthy fair. When you become a man, you put aside childish things, but just is there are people who never grow out of their juvenile pallets. There are folks who never move beyond childish tastes in literature G Q magazine recently published a list of twenty one books. You don't have to read seldom. Have I seen an example of the blind leading the blind as blatant as this article condemned where such classics as the adventures of Huckleberry Finn and the Lord of the rings, the magazine's editors described these beloved titles variously as racist sexist and just really, really boring G Q turns up its nose at some of the finest, literary dining around the editors. Poor taste is only surpassed by their poor reading comprehension, Mark Twain's Huck. Fin, for instance, which G Q dismisses as racist is actually a satirical polemic against slavery. The real thorn and G 'cuse flesh though is the bible which they describe as repetitive, self-contradictory and foolish. The most important book in western history is according to the spirit filled with men's grooming tips, just not worth the sweat of your brow. Jumping Jehovah fat. Where do we begin at the risk of casting pearls before swine? I can assure the editors of this magazine that not only is reading the bible worthy effort, but none of us can hope to understand our own civilization or even speech without it. I've already used nine popular expressions from the bible in this commentary. For example, why do we have a seven day week? Why is this the year twenty eighteen? Why do we use printed books? Why is the average westerner literate at all? And the answer to all of these is the bible without reading the bible. You could never comprehend works of art like the Sistine Chapel, the pita or the. Last supper you'll never fully grasp Dante Milton or Bach. Indeed many great masterpieces wouldn't exist. If religious patrons hadn't paid artists and composers to celebrate the message of the bible, if you don't have a working knowledge of the good book, most of Shakespeare's allusions will be okay CT to you. You'll not understand why the first European colonists came to New England. You'll miss what motivated the abolition of slavery and you will find Martin Luther King junior's letter from Birmingham, jail, unintelligible that is a drop in the bucket of the Bible's influence this behemoth of a book and the Judeo Christian tradition. It represents are the reason why we value women equally with men. Why we don't think it's okay to leave newborns to die outside. Why we think mercy is admirable, and even why we believe history had a beginning and will someday come to an end simply put if you don't understand the bible, you won't understand who you are and why you think the way you do. Maybe I'm a voice crying in the wilderness after all studies show that most people who own a by. Able don't read it. Maybe we no longer treasure this best selling book of all time because it's truths are no longer hidden in our hearts. If so, the writing is on the wall for the west. But for those with an appetite for the sumptuous feast found in God's word it is waiting on the shelf. The average American household has four copies folks. Don't listen to G Q, do not sell your birthright as a westerner for mess of periodical pottage and don't miss the message or the severe that set this book apart from all others by the way that's fifteen biblical phrases for breakpoint. This is Eric Metaxas.