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US DOJ Seizes 7 Seven Domain Names Used in “Pig Butchering” Crypto Schemes

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00:20 sec | 2 d ago

US DOJ Seizes 7 Seven Domain Names Used in “Pig Butchering” Crypto Schemes

"9 p.m. Wednesday, November 23rd, 2022. U.S. DoJ seizes 7 7 domain names used in pig butchering, crypto schemes. The U.S. attorney's office for the eastern district of Virginia has seized 7 domain names used in committing pig butchering cryptocurrency crimes.

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Economist Stephen Moore's Stance on the Use of Tariffs

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:25 min | Last month

Economist Stephen Moore's Stance on the Use of Tariffs

"You stand on the use of tariffs and protectionism when you're facing nations such as China that devalue their currency? Are you a free marketer or what were you saying to president Trump? I'm a free trade guy. I'm free markets, but when you're dealing with it with an enemy, like China, that is a military threat, a national security threat that is involved in predatory economic practices. I mean, I don't know about you. I believe that China is Germany, circa 1937. It's our number one strategic. I would be in favor of placing a tariff on Chinese goods. And then I cut why don't we tax the stuff that's coming in from China and take off the taxes and things we produce here. What an idea? Nice. You know? And I think that's what Trump wanted to do. Is there any other area of the world or any other trading partner that we should treat differently? Well, you would know that better than I do, because you're from a threat assessment perspective. Yeah. I mean, but I know China is an extraordinary danger to our country. I don't know. Well, obviously, Russia would, at this point, probably fall into that. But I saw the other day, you know, Biden said, how dare the Saudis reduce their oil output when we're facing we're just playing in the heads of Russia. I'm like, really? That's exactly what you're doing. That's what he did. Look in the mirror, Joe, Biden. Right? Absolutely

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Stephen Moore: Trump Just Got It

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:11 min | Last month

Stephen Moore: Trump Just Got It

"The question before we went to break. When Larry kudlow and I would meet with Trump and talked about economic policy starting in about late 2015 when he was just started running for president. The thing that was amazing is every time Larry and I would walk out of the room and we'd go, he gets it. He just gets it. You know, as a businessman should. Yeah, exactly. I mean, this is one of the things that really, you know, I don't always agree with Donald Trump. Sometimes he does things I disagree with him, but he was the CEO. And I don't always like his annex. But he had this instinct about how to make things grow, how to build things. I mean, you look at people like Barack Obama or Joe Biden or any of the people in his cabinet. They've never done anything. That recent figure by one of the media outlets on the right. 62% of everyone in The White House who has a study. That none of them have. By the way, we didn't just find solution 2%. Let's finish the sentence. Didn't have private sector experience who are writing economic policy. And I just wanted to clarify that because people get confused. I don't mean they didn't run a business. No. I mean, they didn't even work for these people couldn't run around lemonade stand. Trump

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How Did Our Economy Get Here? Stephen Moore Explains

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:40 min | Last month

How Did Our Economy Get Here? Stephen Moore Explains

"Here's the naive question I ask you, you are The Economist. I just read these books from Hayek, von mises. And I thought this argument was done and dusted. I thought by 89, the keynesian spend interventionist government was seen for what it was, a generator of inflation of debt and the good guys one who said, get the government out of the market, allow the freedom of the individual, the small businesses. How are we 40 years 30 years later? Seemingly back at where we were in 1945 when the serfdom of nations had to be written to educate people after World War II. It's something that keeps me up at night, wondering how we got off of the path of freedom and free enterprise, and we have circled back. You talk about the policies pre 1945. But just go back to the 1970s when you had Nixon Ford and Carter and he had high inflation and high massive government spending, and Reagan comes in. He cuts taxes, he reduced regulation. He gets the government out of the way. By the way, we have our newsletter today, a great clip from Reagan from his farewell speech that he gave when he left. And he said, always remember that government works for us. We don't work for them. And I thought that message is prescient today as it was done. So we've allowed government this idea that government is a stimulus. No, when government, the only way Sebastian, the government can give me a dollar is to take a dollar away from you. Yes. So it's a zero sum game.

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Oklahoma Hospital Ends Gender-Affirming Care for Youth

The Officer Tatum Show

01:32 min | Last month

Oklahoma Hospital Ends Gender-Affirming Care for Youth

"So Oklahoma Republicans patted themselves on the back. They wanted to look good in front of the camera. We can't have this happen on our side. Here's what really happened. This guy from the federalist, again, Mark ousley outlines it. Here's the first thing and I'm quoting from his column. All right, the Republicans have prevented, he said here are the facts. Republicans have prevented Oklahoma university children's hospital from using American rescue plan funds. That's important. Biden stimulus, which they were slated to receive for gender bending procedures, but there is no enforcement or oversight within the hospital itself. And the legislature will be out of session when the hospital begins using the budgeted funds. So Oklahoma could even have a different governor at that point. Therefore, if the money is allocated to the hospital, it will be used to build a physical infrastructure banned staff, equipment that can be used for transgender surgeries later. So right now, they will call the line item, listen to this. This is how they get past it. Mental health facilities for children in crisis. This is how the hospital got their money anyway. After the legislative tides change, they'll use it however they see fit. The hospital staff are full throated supporters of this ideology, but thanks to the Oklahoma GOP failure, there's now 30, $9 million in taxpayer funds that will go to the children children's hospital under a different name and they just gas lit us.

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The RNC Breaks Record With Voter Outreach

The Officer Tatum Show

01:14 min | Last month

The RNC Breaks Record With Voter Outreach

"Republicans contact record 70 million voters ahead of midterm elections. They doubled down on minority outreach. That's good news. The question is, what will they do when they get in office? That's totally up to you. The Republican National Committee claims to have broken records with over 70 million voter contacts made this cycle to date with just four weeks ago until the highly anticipated midterm elections. Okay, props. The RNC announced their plans exclusively to Fox News digital revealing they raised over $273.6 million this cycle to date. The Republican Party and I'm quoting here is out raising out hustling and out working the Democrats and we're ready to catapult our candidates to victory and one month this from RNC chairwoman, run a mcdaniel. This is what she said in a statement. She continued to say families can not afford this failed Democrat one party rule and Americans will reject Biden and Democrats reckless spending soft on crime policies and open border agenda and vote for common sense over crazy close quote. According to the release RNC made major head way over the past few years after not hitting 70 million voter contacts in 2018 until the last week of the election cycle. So they're ahead of the game. That's a good thing.

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Nury Martinez Resigns From L.A. City Council

The Officer Tatum Show

01:50 min | Last month

Nury Martinez Resigns From L.A. City Council

"Disgrace Los Angeles councilwoman, nori Martinez announces leave of absence of men amid the scandal over the leaked racist remarks. You guys heard about this Los Angeles councilwoman nury Martinez announced she is taking a leave of absence Tuesday amid ongoing calls for her resignation after a recording revealing racist and offensive remarks was released over the weekend. You guys may have heard them. I certainly did. This has been one of the most difficult times of my life. She says, and I recognize this is entirely of my own making. The statement was released ahead of Los Angeles city council meeting that was scheduled for Tuesday at 10 a.m. at this moment. She continued, I need to take a leave of absence and take some time to have an honest and heartfelt conversation with my family, my constituents and community leaders, Martinez stepped down from her role as they counsel president on Monday, but did not leave her seat on the council, which has prompted backlash among those who won her out. LA city council president resigns after the racist remarks again, were revealed. Mike bonin, who was one of the targets of Martinez's comments, has been joined by Los Angeles mayor Eric garcetti, U.S. senator Alex Padilla and many others in calling for her resignation. I don't know why people are surprised because Democrats are a systemically racist party. Doesn't surprise, I grew up in Los Angeles. I've heard I can tell you, honestly, I've heard the N word a couple of times. From white people, the direct to me at that directed it at me. I've heard it. I heard it about 200 times, if not more, when it came to the feuds between blacks and Latinos when I was going to school. It just doesn't surprise me. And then to add to it, it doesn't surprise me that a Democrat would say it. It just doesn't surprise me.

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Republicans and the Way Forward

The Officer Tatum Show

00:51 sec | Last month

Republicans and the Way Forward

"I got to tell you that I'm underwhelmed and I have been underwhelmed by the Republicans commitment for America. I think that it lacks strength. I think that it lacks a connection. I think it shows a deep lack of connection from the Republican Party and their voters still. And I appreciate I do appreciate Kevin McCarthy putting something down on paper because that does take a level of guts in Washington, D.C.. But it does show to me it illustrates to me or it's a lesser of how far the Republican Party is removed in D.C. removed from their voters. And so when I heard that audio clip from Tulsi Gabbard, I was like, man, man, that sounds so good. I love it. That's exactly what I want to hear Republicans saying. It's exactly what I want to hear Republicans saying.

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Tulsi Gabbard Says Goodbye to Democrats

The Officer Tatum Show

01:34 min | Last month

Tulsi Gabbard Says Goodbye to Democrats

"So here's the audio clip of Tulsi gabbert saying that she's leaving the Democratic Party and I'm gonna give you a different take on it that I don't think you've heard. So here's Tulsi Gabbard audio clip number one pop up watch John. So let's play the audio clip of Tulsi gabbert. This is Tulsi gabbert, audio clip number one, saying she's leaving the Democratic Party. Okay, I'm not hearing anything. So, okay, so we're having trouble with the audio clip, so all right, so for now, let's do this. Let's do this. While they work on getting the audio clip up, I do want to talk to you about the Republican Party and some of the things that are going on that you may or may not be aware of. You got it. I can no longer remain in today's Democratic Party that's under the complete control of an elitist cabal of warmongers who were driven by cowardly wokeness, who divide us by racializing every issue and stoking anti white racism, who actively work to undermine our God given freedoms that are enshrined in our constitution, who are hostile to people of faith and spirituality, who demonize the police, but protect criminals at the expense of law abiding Americans, who believe in open borders who weaponize the national security state to go after their political opponents and above all who are dragging us ever closer to nuclear war.

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Just the News: Seven Days of Mayhem

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:27 min | Last month

Just the News: Seven Days of Mayhem

"We've had what was what one media account called 7 days of absolute terror in America. We've had violent crime, the former governor of New York, David Patterson, said on John catch the mates radio show Sunday in podcast, New York City feels unsafe, he said for the first time in my life. He said, I never felt as unsafe as I do now, just walking around. Two people shot right outside New York governor hopeful representative Lee zeldin's Long Island home while his twin daughters were inside. I mean, we got stuff happening in this country, John Solomon's just the news describes it as 7 days of mayhem, random killings are exposing the lethality of Democrat crime policies. College dad shot by two homeless men high on drugs and illegal who stabbed 8 people on the Las Vegas Strip, an abused wife, slaughtered after her husband was released without cash bail in a single week. The Democrats permissive approach to law enforcement left a lethal wake of innocent victims and I got to worry about Ukraine, sorry, no can do. I'm worried about the United States and we better fix it

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Cardinals beat Diamondbacks 6-4 for seventh straight win

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 3 months ago

Cardinals beat Diamondbacks 6-4 for seventh straight win

"It's a 7 game winning streak for the Cardinals following a 6 four decision over the Diamondbacks Nolan Arenado laced a two run single in the 7th inning to put the red birds ahead 5 four Arenado finished with three RBIs to help St. Louis keep its 5 game lead over the brewers atop the NL central Lars nubar hit his first career leadoff Homer Tommy Edmond editor run scoring single in the 8th inning of the Cardinals 16th win in 19 games The cards posted their 7th series sweep of the season I'm Dave ferry

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Seven years of sex abuse: How Mormon officials let it happen

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 4 months ago

Seven years of sex abuse: How Mormon officials let it happen

"Three of 6 children who accused their father of sexual abuse are suing the Mormon church for not going to authorities and letting the abuse go on for years The eldest daughter of Paul Douglas Adams of Arizona says when her father confessed to a bishop at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints it was kept in the church It didn't stop let's have them go to therapy It didn't stop Hey let's forgive and forget and this will all go away It didn't go away Adams was finally arrested when authorities discovered videos he had posted online but not before he assaulted his daughter for another 7 years and even attacked a newborn daughter the Mormon church says its bishops are excused from reporting abuse to police under Arizona's clergy penitent privilege Adams killed himself before going to trial his wife served prison time after doing nothing about the abuse I'm Donna water

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 Protesters gather as G-7 leaders set to arrive in Germany

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 5 months ago

Protesters gather as G-7 leaders set to arrive in Germany

"Protesters are gathering as G 7 leaders set to arrive in Germany An estimated 1000 protesters are gathering in Munich as the group of 7 leading economic powers hold their annual conference in the Bavarian Alps Germany holds the G seven's rotating presidency this year and oxfam spokesman tells The Associated Press we need concrete action to cope with multiple crises of our times He says the G 7 have to act immediately and fight hunger inequality and poverty Germany's top security official has called on protesters to refrain from violence I'm Charles De

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Average price up for the seventh straight week

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 6 months ago

Average price up for the seventh straight week

"Gas prices are up for the 7th straight week The price of a gallon of gas continues to go in only one direction Patrick tahan is with gas buddy dot com Prices have surged over the last week the national average jumping over 25 cents a gallon setting another new record high $4 and 86 cents now the national average And it's not a matter of if that average will hit $5 but when The price of oil taking a little bit of a breather here this morning Down about 59 cents a barrel That could eventually slow the rise but I do think it could happen The national average could hit the $5 gallon mark by mid June The top average in the country continues to be California 6 32 a gallon I'm Shelley

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Sanctioned Russian oligarch's megayacht hides in a UAE creek

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 6 months ago

Sanctioned Russian oligarch's megayacht hides in a UAE creek

"In a dusty part of the United Arab Emirates where workers cycle by rustic tea shops one of the world's largest yachts sits in a quiet spot so far avoiding the fate of other luxury vessels linked to sanction Russian oligarchs The display of lavish wealth is startling but A380 seven foot motor yacht a's presence also shows the UAE's neutrality during Russia's war in Ukraine as the gulf country remains a magnet for Russian money The craft belongs to Andre Mel nishank on oligarch worth some $23.5 billion according to Forbes he once ran the fertilizer producer Euro chem and suek one of the world's largest coal companies the EU has included malna in a mass list of sanctions on business leaders and others described as close to Vladimir Putin I'm Charles De

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Curry's 21 points, 12 boards lead Warriors in Game 1, 112-87

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 6 months ago

Curry's 21 points, 12 boards lead Warriors in Game 1, 112-87

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Cole's OT goal lift Hurricanes past Rangers for Game 1 win

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

Cole's OT goal lift Hurricanes past Rangers for Game 1 win

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Wheeler K's 9 in 7 shutout innings, Phillies top Padres 3-0

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 6 months ago

Wheeler K's 9 in 7 shutout innings, Phillies top Padres 3-0

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"p. seven" Discussed on Prognosis: Doubt

Prognosis: Doubt

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"p. seven" Discussed on Prognosis: Doubt

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"p. seven" Discussed on The Empty Bowl

The Empty Bowl

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"p. seven" Discussed on The Empty Bowl

"It's fairly pink like you get the idea that it is pink But it doesn't have that sort of like ethereal Ethereal glow that the dishes. one zero. How did you make treats with them. Yeah now i didn't. I bet that'd be pretty good honestly you know overly sweet perhaps but but still pretty. Good i will say that. I really do wish there so close if they had had some like pink. Pepe f- shaped marshmallow. Like i feel like it'd be very very very good by it would be definitely a a like perfect sort of like encapsulation of the The character and the the amp up a little bit to make it feel a little bit more special because it does feel a bit tacked on Brand wise it just feels like kinda like these are paying comparing pigs brings so was this guy with it so that's a little bit of. It'd be nice to have up a little bit but not bad Nice now dan. We're looking to the future there. But let's let's take over to appreciate the present. You know. Tim varies so this latest thing that i try was another total surprise. Sort of like apple pie toast. Crunch and i have twitter users stewart. Thank for this for tipping me off about dunkin. Donuts is new. Cereal and milk la taste that are apparently only available in dunkin test regions in pennsylvania. Texas oklahoma michigan. Of course. we're got them from as well as west virginia So i have to wonder whether targeted specifically toward your ni- but these are described as a lineup of la taste that planned espresso with cereal milk made with real cereal for authentic bottom of the bowl. Goodness topped with sweet cold foam offer the ice burien which i did get of course as well as serial crumbled on top as well and you get to choices with these. You could pick a cinnamon cereal. Milk law with cinnamon crumble on top or marshmallow cereal milk with rainbow crumble on top. Now i sprung for the cinnamon figuring that marshmallow is a little too subtle tastes. Maybe especially when there's going to be sweet foam on top already. Tough one the nail cotton candy where the physics of the thing. I think apart literally Boy i quickly found myself wishing for maybe the more subtle. -ness of a marsh Cereal milk because this lot was painfully like tongue. Ringingly cinema mini in first off. It's nothing like any cinnamon cereal that i've ever had before let alone the sugary goodness of cinnamon toast crunch. Rather the cinnamon here is like drinking. A freshly liquefied cinnamon clove yankee candle and the thickness of it. The rob viscosity is certainly impressive. But other than that. I could not bring myself to finish mine nor was i willing to try really because apparently the cereal milk that they use in these is a proprietary fully fused pre shipped and sealed. Sort of deal. So you can't. I don't think this law dairy free meaning. I as someone who is moderately lactose intolerant wasn't about to unleash a storm in my stomach over something that already tasted quite not good. So maybe the marshmallow would be better Someone else might have to let us know how that is. But i will say unless. You're a bona fide. Hot tamale sucking cinnamon maniac. I would pass this one now. Perhaps we have a A slightly better Another another product that is not available to to everyone to a very select crowd. This mexico. We we talk mexico exclusive crispy cream cereal and you've got your hands. was very happy to acquire via the mexican candy lady who's incredible website and service has helped both of us in the past enjoy incredible cereals from south of the border. I ordered some firm from her to imagine where someone for like the original tropical fruit loops one of the greatest sales in recent memory. And these. you didn't get yours yet is what i'm guessing. Yes i did say. I guess is that there's something almost indescribably interesting about crispy cream cereal. Okay so you were getting that note to write like it doesn't taste like crispy cream donuts. I don't think at least. I don't eat a lot of those. They're not. That's not one of like a brand. That's close to me. You can get like oh secondhand one gas station one stand that just says crispy cream but I almost detected like ours. Wanna say like pineapple. You know what i me like some sort of like. It's if not pineapple some kind of tang like a very subtle tang. We're like a weird choice but not completely unpleasant. Yeah so. I mean when i was first trying to write down my thoughts i felt like i was writing one of those cosmic horror stories where it feels like a cop out to say that something is beyond the bounds of imagination. Comprehension iraq. my taste buds good and proper with this one but still had trouble articulating. Exactly what that weird note is. I will agree. That it's not exactly on point with the original glazed crispy cream donuts that is supposed to be based on but i did kind of feel like this is a more like literally accurate donut cereal than most of the ones that get put out there. That is to say that it kind of feels like these chunky. Little rings are actually fried. Like i was feeling like. I was getting under funnel cake. Plus you said tang. But in my mind i wrote an intriguing twang of like sour cream or yogurt. Maybe it's exactly it's unique. It's striking and it is pretty darn good but the problem for me was the. It's very flash in the grease pan flavor. That doesn't necessarily last the duration each spoonful like before you know it. The twang has been tong. And you're just this. And they corn cereal ring. And i hate to be that guy even though i so often am but i think a tweak to the base grain could have gone a long way or maybe even just dusting some flavor on to give it more potency and more of a pillowy mouth feel so maybe adapt this one for american shelves and take are extremely specific feedback to heart but either way this is seems highly memorable one if nothing else. Yeah yeah i i. It's it's interesting. It's not necessarily tropical loops for the first time the original like i was. I think i was telling me. Like go to the mickey mutating. Get yourself some of these. Because they're out outrageous very interesting But not necessarily i think worthy considerable shipping terminals true We asked you your favorite cereal box. Prize i mentioned the dollar bill. Here yes i think. Lady boxes and so you were good enough to send your answers as well as we. Those now dan justin. This is charles. From portland oregon. My favorite cereal prize. The lightsaber spoons packaged with select kellogg's cereals to promote star wars episode. Three i in two thousand five. These are released at the competitive height of my coldest.

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"p. seven" Discussed on All Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe Podcasts

All Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe Podcasts

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"p. seven" Discussed on All Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe Podcasts

"Illness muss brat. Adam rosenthal who passed away this past week may his soul be elevated in heaven and may his grieving family be comforted among the mourners of zion and jerusalem. We are on the cost of the high holidays. Rosh hashanah is on the doorstep. And of course yom kippur soon to follow if you'd like to include you in my rashawn annual pepper prayers. Please send me an email with your preferably if you have at hebrew names full. Lebron james your for lebron name. Your father and mother's full libra name. If you don't have that decem your name. I we happy to include it in. My prayers is rabbi won't be at gmail.com. We are about to begin a very special part of the year. We are embarking on the ten days of repentance and arteta's tell us quoting a verse in isaiah. Dear shoe has shembe matzo. You should seek out god when he can be found. There are times where god is accessible. God can be found and their times. What got us less accessible and it's much harder to find him when is got accessible says the talmud when the time comes when the seasons of repentance begins when we have the ten days of repentance from team caper. That's the time those ten days of the year were got as the most accessible of course throughout the chesapeake apprai- throughout the year but there are times where prayer is especially efficacious and our connection is especially strong and therefore we should seek out god during this time because access is now more available freely available. Now's the time to jump on this opportunity. And it's important component of this. There's something we have to wrist. There's something that we can lose. Because god is close now but the rest of the year god is less clothes less accessible and therefore we don't want to lose this amazing opportunity. These are the days where we begin the year or about to have shanna and we set our course for the europe coming. It's also days when we can transform ourselves and accomplish more in our efforts of self improvement of character an ethical refinement of trying to accomplish whatever it. Is that the only place us on this earth to do these days. We can accomplish that more than any other days. We have ten days. Call the ten days of repentance. The ten days of closeness is bookended by restaurant johnno. Today's shanna the day of judgement and yom kippur. The day of mercy and atonement and the thread. That is stronger threat. All these days is repentance and this is a subject that we spoke about the past and today was a little bit different. I wanna talk about the seven wonders of repentance. There's the seven wonders of the world and seven wonders. That are just out of this world from a different universe. The seven wonders of repentance. Now why are we calling repentance. Something wondrous it's based upon a talmud in the book of sock him on page fifty four a and this will get our discussion. Started the thomas talking about the time line of creation and it says that there were seven themes that preceded the creation of the world today one a creation of course read about genesis. What can we got a couple of weeks genesis. Wanda two to three of them happened. They searched of horse is. Russia is when adam was created when adam was booted from the garden men and was commanded the fruit etc. But there were seventeens says the talmud that were created before the world was created and the list is really interesting and maybe even a bit surprising number one. Tara tower preceded the world. we remember of course. Finally the famous town with a tells us that emotion went up to having to get the toro. The angels objected by saying the tour preceded the world by nine hundred seventy four generations..

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"p. seven" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"p. seven" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"And now back to our any agreements. I feel like. I have to really distinct different kind of deadlines. I have those kind. Like book writing deadlines. And you. And i also do this. We live a lot of live. Together we'll go okay. I'm going to eat this certain way excises survey for the next month but then the reason we give ourselves a deadline is so we don't feel i don't have to do this forever. And even with my book contract. I know when my book contract is up when i'm done writing the books on this contract because in my head i'm like i don't have to do this forever. I don't have to do any of these things forever. i it just. I need deadlines like that. That say you don't have to you can. This is a season everything i work really well and seasons. Does that ring true to y'all especially with that kind of stuff. When i know that. I'm going to be heavily loaded with work. There is an. It's nice to have deadlines there and said okay. It's just this month. And actually i get to decide what next month looks like. And i'm the one who's deciding if it's going to be busy or if i'm going to decide to take july and really enjoy the summer. Whatever it is that's for me. that's the freedom. And that's why i really. I enjoyed deadlines to a point when there is just a season of hard work or whatever. It is how ash what one of my favorite questions that we like to ask is. What do you need god to tell you on a daily basis or just every now and again what do y'all need guide to say to you as a seven i think for me i need to hear that i am enough just as i am in this moment that i don't need to jump through hoops i don't have to achieve anything i don't have to perform that i am just enough as i am and that it is good that's really good yeah that was exactly what i was going to say no i think that's just there is a level of i think we think so much and there is when you have a little bit of that comparison in your head i think my mind is just always rolling and so when i can wake up and just have got remind me and say you are enough it's fine you don't need to do anything to like i think that's that we talked about that like you can save her the day then knowing that you don't have to perform bill mindset different i i really feel like the thing but i think they all tie the thing i need is for the lord of say i'm taking care of it i'm thinking i'm taking care of you taking care of like you you are not alone in this whatever the gestures wildly whatever this is whether it's a relationship or work or my life in general i just need i need the lord to remind me like i'm taking care of this it may not look the way you thought and it's going to hurt and if you were taking care of it there would be no pay and it would just be good but it does feel like that i think that's the big thing for me to 'cause so for me it's like it's i don't need when i'm when i'm enough when i don't have to be anything more i have to be on and performing to be taken care of that's what i do i have to i have to show up and be all these different things and that's when i'm taking care of aid to pain. Relationships friendships whatever it is. I have to be on to get those things. And so when i wake up and i hear the i'm enough i think i hear you're taking care of it's like your enough and you don't need to do anything else because you're taking care of that. I think it's i think it's a joint of the to at least that's just me. I think that's really true. I feel that. And especially i think in the times where don't feel like being on. That's when it probably starts to go to unhealthy. But i feel like the expectation of me is to be on. There's something i thought of in like the worth stuff. And i think it also goes to like my reframing like you know this i was in a relationship for a very long time that was very destructive and one of the things that was said to me over and over again what it was. I love you but but it was I love you but if you would just do this then. and so. That was so destructive for me in that time because at the end it was like you're not worth being married to. You're not worth this. And so which was so hurtful. But as i think about like people like why did you stay in that for so long one. They gave me just enough to stay in it and so i could constantly rationalize and reframe. Well he's not that it's not that bad like oh every relationship is hard or but he did this this and this and so i think like as i look back on that i'm like what makes sense now the why i rationalized so many things because i so badly wanted to be in. I want to be married. Because that's what all my friends were doing at that time. And that's a desire of my heart but it's like you can reframe rationalize something. That is not healthy for you to be. Yes i mean full. Yes that is like i. don't ask me. we're talking about the worth. And the reframing. I'm like Yeah so for the people that are listening that are not sevens that love seven that have sevens in their lives. What do you need. What do you need from the.

"p. seven" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"p. seven" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"More about our sevens. But i'm taking one last break to tell you about our newest partner on that sounds fun family. The glorify app glorify is a christian daily worship and wellbeing apt to create space and structure for its users to connect with god and their community everyday designed to help christians get into good worship habits with bite-sized curated content. The gore fi app offers daily handpicked. Bible readings guided. Meditations worship music and space for reflection and prayer listeners. Around the world are guided through bite-size worship routines to strengthen their relationship with god and recharge their spiritual journey everyday. Their content is inclusive and accessible to everyone no matter their denomination or place of residence bringing the joy of connecting with god and their community daily while reinventing quiet time technology. Not only are. They backed by some familiar voices. You may have heard right here on. That sounds fine including sadie huff and priscilla shire but you can also listen to exclusive content. Put together by them. They're even ranked the number one daily worship and wellbeing app entrusted by over a million listeners. Between being on the road for tour and in and out of the office with the team glorify app helps to add more structure to my quiet time and worship routine. Sometimes we even to their curated playlists from torn wells or carry job or bryan johnson and more around the office while we're all working to keep our heads and hearts in the right places. One of my favorite parts about the app is that you can fall asleep peacefully listening to a variety of bedtime. Meditations declarations and prayers in music to eliminate the stress and anxiety of the day and. Then start your morning with the psalms morning. Meditation guided by corey yard and the sound of calming waves in the background. I could just listen to corey's declarations all day because of his.

"p. seven" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"p. seven" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"Do you think sevens are not connected feeling triad so we gotta work at that. What does it look like when you go toward a five. What does it look like when you get slower in decision making and slower and processing. How do you see that in your life. I think for me. It's anytime that. I'm doing some kind of like they -cation or i have a space where spread out and i don't have to do anything in that time. I think i get really into future thinking and creating things in the future like what could happen. Either it's especially for me. It's like business ideas. Being accused new things that i could do or try to get really creative about switching things up or creating new things in my five space that or just like planning vacations or future fun things that i could buy an rv and good every national park. I dunno list. It's one of those. But i get really into it though like i go five deep. I'm like okay. Here's how you would do that. You're gonna get the pass you're going to do. I like fully-fledged. I don't ever do that. But like in those spaces where i'm relaxed. I can go really deep into those things. And i think i usually end up starting into some kind of hobby. I don't know if i ever finished hobby. But i start into something. What do you think i mean. It's funny listening to her. Talk about going to five. Because i'm as she was talking like what did it say in the book like. I don't really know what that means. I don't remember. I don't know enough about the ideogram but i don't know why i'm trying to remember now. What about both is when we go on vacations together. People would think that you and i would be like okay. So at eight o'clock we're doing this. We're doing this and there were no wait a higher schedule. Don't give me a schedule or a deadline on rama. They made me do anything. I'm going to read a book for probably seven hours. Yes i wanna sit like vacation. I just went on. I was at the pool by like seven. Thirty eight o'clock in the morning grams two hours behind so as up earlier but i laid by the pool and read a book and then got in the pool. Got out rat kep reading like that is rest and i think people would expect sevens on vacation to go willy. Nilly now we did. One of my friends planned an atv trip to go ride. Atv's in desert in scottsdale outside of scottsdale while we were there this weekend and i could feel myself getting anxious about going to ride. Atv's in the mountains as much fun as that is leading up to it. Because i was like wait. This is taking away from pool in me lane at the pool and reading a book and then once i was there i was like oh this is so fun. This is great. Like why was i nervous about it but i was wrapped. I was cutting into there was a time we had to be. There was a time we may or may not get back. What if the pool chairs are. Are we where am i going to. Sick was crazy. And i noticed in myself that i slow my speed decreases greatly when i am going toward that security number when i feel safe in my seven nece when i feel the healthiest in my seven seventies and and i'm going toward my security number toward that i feel like i'm a little bit slower. I feel like. I don't have to make quick decisions because i'm not trying to get out of pain. Well i think. I feel really confident in myself. Yes and who i am. And i'm i'm not living in comparison of looking at someone else and what they're doing and how i'm measuring up or not measuring up that as i've done a lot of work on the last couple of years in brunei brown 'cause at the hustle for worthiness like that has been the thing that i've really had to work through over the last couple of years partially. Because it's just naturally who i am to hustling but at the same time previous relationships that told me. I had to jump through hoops to be loved and so it was kind of first person to give me language around all of that. But i think when. I'm in like security. It's i feel comfortable and confident in my own skin. I feel like when my mind is not racing about thinking about what i should be doing to keep up with other people or whatever. Yeah when i can just sit. That's where the savoring comes for me. Where i can just sit in life and wake up and say you know what sounds really good is coffee and i could just have a cup of coffee and sit on the back porch. That's where i can really slow down and really appreciate the small things and things that i actually have. Just let's listen to suzanne talk for a second about what happens in when we go toward our stress number the number that actually we need to take care of ourselves because i it is.

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"p. seven" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"p. seven" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"They are willing to present to them and that's the path of learning to know what to do with them. Well we had a lot of well. I had a lot of no right right. She's so lovely and so smart and so caring in her teaching even just the way that she speaks. I just feel like. I'm cared for what she said feel true. Oh yeah oh man. Absolutely what stood out to you i mean. How many notes do you want. Every single i definitely think the first thing that hit was the entrepreneurial entrepreneurial like creating your own space and your own style. We get easily bored. I get easily bored. Yeah which. I think can be a good and a bad thing so like even doing projects or i have to be very passionate about it for me to stick in the entire time like the perfectionist in me wants to finish it and wants to do one hundred ten percent but then sometimes i realize i'm like i'm getting so bored. I can't be two years two years. Yeah yeah and so. That's probably why. I have a lot of different clients project. Yeah i think so. Yeah i think. That's i into all three of us do our own thing i mean. Even i do freelance video stuff and that is kind of a time job and he said no. I liked the freedom of being like. I don't know what my months gonna look like my week. And it's just like there's some freedom and being able to do your own thing that like that but the fear. Oh man of what's going to be that next thing. I think all of us owning our own companies to and having clients. It's like okay. There are months that are really great. And i love that because there's an excitement about gosh i'm just getting to create something new but then there's also the fear of which when she said fear is like well keep on preaching of wins. The next thing gonna come and what if it doesn't come and then what am i going to do like but that also light something in us right or both. Take fulltime jobs somewhere. We'll have had a full-time job. Yeah and job is full time for fourteen four. I worked at a talent agency for four years. Both here and in los angeles and then i also did artists intimate for several years at the start of my career. So i've worked for other companies fulltime position. But i found myself being like okay. It's how do i. How do i start. Like how do i get out of here. Like i love all of these people but it's not wasn't the right thing. Yeah when i think that that we are so future focused like my mind is always thinking about the next thing. So yeah there. Is that fear. And there's the excitement of like i have no idea what july's going to bring. That's so exciting. It also could be really terrifying. And so yeah. There's both in my head at all times. And i kind of like sorry as you started talking. I was pointing. I was like but i got really excited. What do you think as one of the things that stood out to me as when she said sevens. Don't get permission to transformer change. That people don't like what we you feel. i really feel that. I feel that pretty profoundly. Do you feel that. Yeah i feel that. I think i've forced it over the last four or five years obviously therapy again but i think there are also things that happened in my life that forced it that forced me to take a step back a little bit from being the life of the party all the and also it can get exhausting like right. I think he is. You were mentioning earlier. Like we're typically marco polo in as we go from one thing to the next thing to the next thing the older i get the moroz. That's exhausting. like an i get bored. Like surface he conversations. I would rather be an like really great quality time with someone having a really in depth conversation than necessarily going from event to event event event. Yeah so sometimes that can feel empty to me. Do you like conversations craig. I prefer mom blocksize each offering a single ladies out there. Do you like legally.

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"p. seven" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"p. seven" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"Let's listen to her. Describe a seven and then y'all can respond to that. Will you define what sevens are sure so. You know one of the reasons that i teach in this order is for things that occur when i start with eight nine but i also wanted sevens close to the end. So you'd have to stay all day. That's exactly right. That's you taught me that. That's why we shape it like seven. I'll sit around if you don't if you if you start with us we're out that's right. It's the end of the summer. And you're still here. That's right okay. Sevens seven's are High percentage of the time life-giving wherever they are they are entrepreneurial in that they would rather start their own thing and Create their own space and their own style than fall in with somebody else's not because they are not good followers but because they get bored they're easily bored and so seven's need opportunities to have a career that offers them different kinds of things to do. Like you might have a podcast. You might be an author and you might be speaker. Might earnings it. You udu sevens are much deeper than people think they lead with humor but just beneath the lead is some significant depth that i wish more people knew to go for to look for to ask to see and hear sevens are loyal and faithful and the thing that people won't know about seven is that they're also fearful and what they're afraid of is being trapped trapped in pain trapped in a relationship trapped in a boring job trapped in I don't know all the things that we've all been trapped. Say do you want me to keep.

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"p. seven" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"p. seven" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"Thoughts about sevens from one of our favorite instagram experts. Suzanne's to and after that ashley and craig will give us their responses and share more about how they experience the world sevens. So here's my conversation with our summer. Twenty twenty one type. Sevens ashley and craig okay. Well are you ready. No i mean you're with two professional podcasters. I know in the pressures real. I'm actually nervous. The prince and so everybody loves you. I mean honestly. This is the first time we've met. And i feel like i'm in the presence of oil is all. She's hyping up who i am. She's high q. So much and so has kelly and all gotta meet on the bus like two weekends ago so much fun and then i hear that like you're very popular all the single girls that listen to that sounds fun or follow any media. Yeah exactly for the snippets. Which is now. I'm concerned because they're going to be like a whole hour craig now and they'd be like no. This isn't great now. They're going to be like i'm in love right. Maybe i actually one of the things we did this year. Is we filled any a summer. I with staff because everybody wants to get to know the staff better and then we filled with friends and then where we couldn't find direct people that have phone numbers. We filled with friends of friends. Got and so. Obviously we are former roommates. We had i. I can say all the thing. Yeah that's right. We both know what it's like to live with the seven. Yes we live in our own bodies and we live together. This is the only show where i also a willing participant. But really i want to hear way more of y'all than than my thoughts because i think it's interesting to hear other sevens. Let's start by just doing kind of a basic introduction. Just to your first name who you are. You can say you're aging say your marital status status. You can say kids. And what you do so craig you start just kind of give us an overview of who you are yes. I'm craig i work here with any as a video photo. Podcast guy legally single is what the turn that. We've learned the earliest things like that earlier. Episode is mentioned legally single. No kids and twenty six. I always question about twenty six. Okay so gotta think about it i do. Yeah and here you ma'am. My name is ashley i am. Anne's friends yes. And then i host and produce a ton of content. So i have a radio show on apple music called guests radio with ashley eicher. Podcast all our favorite people. And then i have a production company so i create a ton of content for like just did something on the war most recently on. Acm's like the middle of the award. Show which is has been like my child and my pride and joy last couple months. Yeah yeah and so a variety of things and worked the music industry mostly and country music and pop for the last well a long time. If i say how many years that's going to you talk about. What was your journey of figuring out. You identified mostly as a seven will. You told me. I was funny thing. I was thinking about this when you asked me to be on this show and i'm like my my first feelings about the ideogram were negative. Like i think that's true for a lot of people like what are like five or six years ago whenever it became really popular in nashville. And i felt like first of all. I don't want to be put in a box. So when someone said you're one of nine numbers none not the lord mamie unique unique right and so and i think to every breakfast lunch and dinner. I went to with any of our friends in christian circles in the music industry. Not a lot of people were talking about it. Yeah so when. I go to work. I didn't hear much about it but anytime we'd all go to dinner people like what number you. Oh he's this or your this and i was like. Oh my gosh one. I don't know enough about it in two. Can we please stop talking about it. Yeah and so. But over time. I started realizing like wait. This is a really great tool to understand a little bit more about yourself and other people and so in terms of figuring it out. I think it was. It was pretty easy. And as soon as i read. The book is throwback to you. And i was like okay. I'm a seven. Yeah that's just. I feel like end up being the ones everyone points. They're like oh there's a seven obviously fair because it's not about behave exactly. Yeah how'd you figure out you related to any game seven stuff. I actually worked here. I heard what i was in high school. Actually i was a junior in high school so that was nine years ago. Something like that. It was a while ago. And i single so i i might be the youngest person on your too while but i heard about it because my brother-in-law was going through it with a church that he was working at and so our whole family discovered it and so we all took the test and did some reading and then i just kind of figured out that i was a seven and then that was weird. Learning that you're seven before you're like an adult and you're discovering yes. I went to college. And i was like oh these are like really high seven tendencies and so that really formulated. A lot of how. I grew up. I don't know is interesting experience. That explains some of your maturity that is more than your age because you kind of started doing some self were as a twenty year old and a lot of people. Don't start doing that until they're twenty or twenty seven. Because i've heard people being like you shouldn't know until you're thirty because then you'll really know you're you're going to be ready to deepen those tendencies and i cut it off and i was like before i was like twenty one i was like. Oh these are. I'm going to the mountains. Because i don't want to go to my exam in college. Classic seven be doing that. But yeah i mean ashti you when you see sevens out in public or when you see what people perceive a sevens does it feel true to you. I mean i think sometimes. I think i've probably i don't know how i want to say this. But.

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"p. seven" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"p. seven" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

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"p. seven" Discussed on Coronacast

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05:43 min | 1 year ago

"p. seven" Discussed on Coronacast

"Is appropriate for them. I think ustralian doctors are very switched onto the whole syndrome. It's a newish syndrome. But i think australian doctors and medical services a very switched onto the potential this diagnosis so recognition is really important because someone needs to ask the question. You know what. I'm seeing in this patient. Related to their recent astrazeneca vaccine. Sir recognitions really important so that means early detection. Early is good. We're picking up. I think we're picking it up pretty early because we're aware of this problem. The first cases that were saying overseas really. The doctors had no idea what was going on. But now we're well aware of what's going on. And there's a lot of science behind now the recognition and the diagnosis and the treatment and because it's an abnormal immune response treatment actually use immune therapy immunoglobulin. That is seems to be very important. And all of the cases in australia to my knowledge have received immunoglobulin. We do this to treat the low platelet count and also turn off the abnormal stimulation to the clotting system that we see in this syndrome. What's the recovery lack the people who don't die they today return to their normal fee. Well state after its. Yeah we think so so. Some people are very immoral when they present i think the first case was reported in melbourne. That particular gentleman was quantum well when he presented a needed operations but he's made a full recovery and so the treatment with immunoglobulin and also anti coagulation because they need anti coagulant medicines to stop any more thrombosis forming and he will be on anti coagulation now for for several months as often happens in this circumstance com question. We get is. Should i take aspirin just before. I have my astro absolutely not. Why is that so all treatment should be given when the benefits outweigh the risks. So firstly there's no evidence of benefit with aspirin and wall aspirins. An incredibly safe drug does actually have side effects which probably outnumber the risks of having this abnormal immune response to the vaccine in any potential benefit that aspirin might have and more. If you're already on aspirin it's not a problem. So a number of people are on aspirin or other drugs like aspirin or perhaps even on anti coagulant medications. The injection is an intramuscular injection. So they make it a bruise in the shoulder from the vaccine so we would recommend that they put good pressure. Maybe put some ice on it after the cutting syndrome. But that's not the clotting syndrome. Tim question from a net. Who's asking this screening tools. You can do ahead of time to see whether you're increased risk of this syndrome just supplement. Gp's things you'd have your platelet count on yet. I think there's a lot of erroneous speculation and advice being given unfortunately to patients by all by many many sources So there are no blood tests or things that we can do to predict this abnormally union response or made it to very uncommon abnormal immune response and there's no blood tests that would amend the blood tests that sometimes done to investigate people where we think they might have an increased risk of blood. Clotting tests are very useful either. They don't predict anything in terms of this abnormal immune response and the problem with doing platelets test. After you've had a vaccine is almost any vaccine can reduce your platelet..

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"p. seven" Discussed on Coronacast

Coronacast

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"p. seven" Discussed on Coronacast

"Thailand physician and journalist author norman swan. It's thursday the third of june two thousand and twenty one and midnight. Tonight was when the lockdown was meant to be lifting but of course we heard yesterday that there has been an extension to that was originally a seven day down in melbourne and victoria. That's now being extended for another seven days. Why norman well. Why is that. They're still giving mystery cases popping up. They've had wastewater showing up in bendigo and in other places as well unexpectedly. They've had an outdoor dining case where people seem to spread outdoors which goes along with his quite casual contact. I mean outdoor spread is vanishingly rare. Internationally tiny tiny months if if any so this is an you've got the family that went to new south wales so new south wales coast south of sydney. And then you've got two kids the parents and we don't know how they've caught it. At least at the time of recording chronic asked for today we don't know how caught it so that's a fairly major source so they're still getting these mystery cases popping up and their surprises as opposed. The corolla to that question is is seven. Days is another seven days enough expressing optimism. Yesterday's press conference that there might be okay after seven days and of course it depends what their objective is a good thing for regional victoria. Is this lifted. Really a lot of restrictions on regional victoria apart from travel where they're not going to ring of steel rhyme melbourne but they're asking Regional business people to check the driver's licenses of visitors to make sure they haven't coming from from melbourne and in retail venues. You could use a qr code and really be quite obsessive compulsive which is really reasonable. Small price to pay to allow regional victoria to open up. What was said at this. Press conference was that seemed to be aiming to go back to zero. Zero zero spread zero cases and zero spread. And that means that you want your cases to be emerging in people who are already isolated and that not seeing any other escape and you're getting high getting high testing rates and they probably don't need to be zero to start opening up to a significant extent as long as nothing. New and surprising has occurred. So you might still be getting low numbers each day but you know where the come from. The mostly isolated not many new surprises. But if this is highly contagious as they suspect to tape and there are two elements to this what we talked about in yesterday's chronic house which is fleeting contact..

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"p. seven" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories

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03:54 min | 1 year ago

"p. seven" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories

"In my.

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02:47 min | 1 year ago

"p. seven" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories

"Directions to check on other patients. As if nothing had happened even the nurse with blood on the front office crops walked away attending to a normal cheese. I stood in the doorway staring at james his feet. Protruding from the bottom of sheets like lobes of burning coal. They stuck out motionlessly black and whites and crusted with blood. As i walked into the room. I felt a burning sensation in my nose and the smell of rotten. Eggs sofa overtook my senses..

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05:40 min | 1 year ago

"p. seven" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories

"Day five. Two-down brenda and jeremy something more than an accidental. Lightning strike was happening but the three of us can put effing on. James was crossed of a man lying helplessly in ospital bed and his parents post debt. Brenda jeremy victims of what appeared to be spontaneous combustion spontaneous combustion. This can't be real. What the hell is going on. I asked jenny in the waiting room. Outside of the burn unit. I just don't understand how someone can just catch on fire without anything to ignite it. Sarah light sounding a shaken as she looked as we thought that brooding over out carton nightmare we could see through the doorway that several nasa catholic next to the door to change his room. I was curious as to what was going on. So i got up at walter them as i approached. I could barely hear a young nest. Say forty seven hours. Then he said two thousand eight hundred twenty minutes. He'll be here soon but but but he's mouth by my entire body froze and a sense of panic struck me like baseball. Bats face counting down the end toward me and one who's speaking asked what the who's counting down james. I don't know what it means. But on friday he said some hours minutes just like you just said no one believe me then but i know what i had a now. You've had it to what i had. His mouth didn't move and he's in a coma. There's no way he spoke. I know that's what i was thinking when i had the first time now. Both his parents are dead. They burned alive. Something is going on and he is trying to warn us build east of the nurses studying at my site now with a hand on my shoulder in the most sincere sad tone. I'd ever heard she said honey. You need to get some sleep. You've been here for days sleeping in that chair. You must be exhausted.

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06:41 min | 1 year ago

"p. seven" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories

"James. He hadn't moved a toll. I still have to listen to his breathing. And the beeps from the monetised just to make sure he was alive. They will times when he's breath sounded like whispers new. I must've been sleep deprived as i thought. I had him whispering the names of his mother. Father and friends being alone any longer. So i called sarah. She and jenny were on their way to keep me company when my phone rang when i saw jeremy's name on the caller. Id let out an audible. Sigh of relief. Jeremy where are you trying to reach you since yesterday afternoon silence. Hello can you hear me nothing. If you can hand me get to the hospital immediately. Something's happened about. Its best for you to hear it in person. As soon as i finish statement the line tend to static and then cut out. I wasn't sure if jeremy had had me because obviously something was wrong with these phone. I kept trying to call him back but only went to voicemail each time. Sarah jenny arrived at the hospital about two hours after my one sided conversation with jeremy i'd sitting in james's room with the lights on as we've been mostly sitting in the dock until brenda's incidents. I couldn't be in the room with the lights off any longer. The constant fear that feeling in the back of my mind. That's something else was in the room with us would not leave my thoughts when the girls walk into the room. Sarah immediately began crying at the site of james since she hadn't seen him since we left in the helicopter. I think she'd forgotten how terribly looked his skin was still solid black and white scap an image that will never leave my thoughts. Every time i close my eyes. I see him lying the blackened broken remnants of my best friend. I explained to janine. Sarah everything ed happened since james and i arrived at the hospital. Jennie had been pretty calm. The entire time until i mentioned brenda. I was sitting at the top of the hill next to the tree that burned with james in the dream that i was standing and it was. It was a beautiful day. Suddenly dot clouds rolled in and among the sound of thunder. I'd began hearing deafening scream when i tend to the tree. Brenda was standing there. With our arms outstretched. And inflames. I didn't know what to say to. This was eerily similar to my nightmare. But how could she have dreamt brenda burning before even knowing what happened to us we talked about these things and tried to come up with some kind of logical explanation for everything that has happened since the lightning storm but we were at the loss and became more frightened. The more we spoke about. Sarah couldn't handle sitting in the room and talking about it next to james so we decided to go get lunch. I spoke to james's ness and gave my cell phone number. I asked to call me immediately. If jeremy showed up or if there were any changes james's condition walking out of the hospital. I realized as the sunlight blinded me that i hadn't left the buildings inside gotten their best night. The outside was hot. Humid and i immediately began sweating causing my clothes to stick to my skin once my is adjusted to the brightness of the day i began looking around for any sign of jeremy there were a few people will between the cows the building. He was nowhere to be seen. When we arrived at sarah's car. I noticed jeremy and brenda's go buick parked a few spots away. I joked over to the call. Hoping for some sign of jeremy but the car was clean and empty we went to the panera bread about a mile from the hospital. The nice quite restaurants where we could talk more and get some food. I thought we'd be able to talk about everything butts. We mostly just silence meeting a lunch. Once we've finished and realized we couldn't talk about james's situation anymore. We headed back to the hospital to my heart sank to the bottom of my stomach as we pulled into the parking lot. Sirens and lights seemed to be coming from direction and tunnel vision. Overtook my eyes sites. My attention when directly to the fire trucks spraying water on a burning vehicle. A once clean and empty golden buick. The coal black remains of a man lying on the pavement surrounded by paramedics. As if he was speaking of my shoulder. James decaying voice to dow.

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05:53 min | 1 year ago

"p. seven" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories

"Day three. I'm standing field by dot forest. I can faintly this out of someone or something breathing heavily. I initially felt very calm relaxed even but the feeling of dread suddenly washes over me like a dense cloud. The far is getting dog and seems to be pushing clocks closer to me. I can see the shadow man standing in the shadow of the trees. I awoke in a cold sweat in the new chapter. In james's room. I still feel the terror. I felt in the dream almost as if not dreaming. It's all james was still lying his bed where he hadn't moved in it since being placed that. But ospital stuff. If i hadn't been able to hear the cackle of his breath and the steady rhythmic beeps coming from his. I believe would dead. His chest wasn't moving with his breath should instead he was the statue of what once was eighteen year. Old man lying on the white and blue hospital linens brendryen. I didn't leave james's room except for quick trips to the hospital. Cafeteria and jeremy was there as well but went outside to smoke quite often. The light from the window seemed to flow through the cousins and rep. It's warm glow all over the bed. Which james late leaving grim shadow in every space surrounding the bed. I could see the shape of brenda slouched in another chair. And the corner from my chat. I couldn't see a face. But i got the feeling that she was staring at me. It was very unnerving freely but only added more distress to my mood after midnight. Brenda the crack in my voice. That caused me to quickly clear my voice. Somebody's not to sound so afraid. No response came from her corner of the room. But i could see a head tilt slightly to the left. Brenda are you awake. I said again with more competence. I wanted to be strong for her. She was frail woman who stood only about five feet tall weighing no more than one hundred twenty pounds. Still i received no reply besides was driving the feeling of dread back into of my stomach so i decided to get some pressure when our permit bill the light from the hallway outside spilled into the room. I look back to see if brenda was. Asleep is but wide open. As if in a state of panic staring at james jail immediately spread through my body. And then i noticed the blood. It wasn't much. Just a trickle knows around the corner mouth. Dripping from chin yelled into the hallway for us and rent a site. I quickly pulled my hand away. As i touched us. It was hot. Uh as if a furnace burn beneath the skin the nest finally came into the room an older woman with a hack in a tight on. And i told her the brenda had a very high temperature. And she wasn't responding to me when the nurse or the blood dripping from her nose she pushed a button that phone and a voice came over the intercom ran into the room. They put on a stretch and told me to get hold jeremy to let him know what was going on while they moved into another room as i student. James is calling. Jeremy repeatedly james spoke for the first time that day down. The fire alarm came blaring all around me and the sprinklers.

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