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Alan Dershowitz: We Can Make Legislative Solutions to Elections

Mark Levin

01:27 min | Last week

Alan Dershowitz: We Can Make Legislative Solutions to Elections

"Anything And we don't see any of these comparisons being made between one party and the other Jamie you're asking who served in this committee tried to stop the election of president Trump I try to stop the election of president Bush I brought a lawsuit on behalf of the voters of Palm Beach county because they because of the butterfly ballot they voted for Pat Buchanan These were Jewish voters who go to a Patrick Harris about the least favorite candidate among Jews because they screwed up on the ballot So I brought lawsuits Am I committing crimes The American legal system permission to this And there isn't a word in this legislative hearing about what to do in the future We should set up an election commission the way Israel has an election commission in England some other countries have election commissions If you have a complaint you go to the commission the commission is nonpolitical with consistent university presidents ministers scientists people who have no party affiliation and they decide whether the election is fair We can make legislative solutions to this but nobody cares about the future People only care about pointing fingers Yeah the future They want to prevent the election of Trump That's the future But they don't want to change the law They don't want to improve the law They don't want to legislate some of these problems away All they want to do is expose and finger point It's an abusive legislative process It's an abuse of the constitution It's an abusive or system of checks and balances

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"palm" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

05:39 min | 2 weeks ago

"palm" Discussed on Cinemavino

"That come out recently. Exorcism. That recently come out. Existentialism is a pretty new train of thought. Something else recently came out. I was just farted, and I think I'm going to have to well, it's even better that it might not have been Travis, but we don't know. We're going to have to go back. I mean, I'll claim it. We'll have to pull that out of the podcast and see if our listeners can figure out which one had dealt it. That's actually that's a whole point of nihilism. It doesn't matter who smelt it nor delta. Look, it's just the fact that it was dealt. It's going to be on our Instagram stories. You make the call who dealt it. And I know that's a call you guys are dying to make out there. Who dealt it? Yeah. Paul springs. So Niles. So Sarah meets Niles at her sister's wedding reception. They hit it off immediately. Mainly because of his don't give a shit attitude that he exudes at the reception was kind of vibes up with her attitude of being pretty much over everything that's going on. So they kind of hit it off and head off for some nookie in the desert. And he gets attacked by a stranger out of nowhere in the night. Played by J. K. Simmons. God, I love J. K. Simmons. That was perfect. Yes. And so he Niles is wounded and kind of stumbles off to a K with her running frantically behind him. He gets into the cave, gets sucked off into some yeah, he does. Yeah. He gets shunted. He gets me. Yes. Yeah, he does. Yeah, okay, what's a better way? He goes to another dimension. He gets vortex into a hole. No, I'm going to put it the way I did before. He gets sucked off to another dimension. We're going to leave it like that. Good for him. Just say he gets sucked off in a cave. I'm going to leave it just the way it was. I'm happy with that. Freezing. And so he vanishes, she follows him, she vanishes, they both wake up. It would have been a better movie. They wake up November 9th morning, Groundhog Day style, rebooting everything. They start all over again. And now she comes to realize that he has been there for years, possibly centuries, repeating the day over and over again. Just one of my favorite lines in this movie where he's just like, yeah, it's one of those time loops you might have heard of. Yeah. One of those time loops I might have heard of? What? Yeah. And so she realized that now she is cursed to repeat this day along with him and along with J. K. Simmons character who is haunting Andy Samberg. Occasionally, he occasionally gets a wild hair and goes predator style hunting Andy Samberg through Palm Springs. And captures him, tortures him, kills him. Liv died repeat. And so they basically get to know each other they bond, probably, again, over years and years, maybe decades. And she has to contend with his extreme nihilism, but she comes to like him. And it's a matter of can she tear down his armor that is his nihilism. And possibly in the end, can she figure out a way to get them out in the loop? You know, can they have a love affair in this repeating day over and over again? And does anything mean anything? It's like it definitely asks bigger questions and does anything mean anything? Does our need for companionship define us? Does our mortality define us? Does anything mean anything if we don't die? If you can't die and every time you die or fall asleep, you wake up the next day, perfectly fine, and there are no consequences for your actions, ultimately..

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"palm" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

03:07 min | 2 weeks ago

"palm" Discussed on Cinemavino

"The gir arbitrary rose and the gravier Bordeaux, all affordable, all good. If you're looking to give wine to a lot of people. I could do like 60 bottles of this. Maybe only $12, but it tastes like 16. Yeah. Exactly. That's your advertising right there. Yeah. Where do they get that? Actually, this is really good. I'm enjoying this. Is that trapez? Cabernet Sauvignon from Argentina. You're going to take a picture of this label and share it on our Palm Springs, Instagram. It will be it will be shared. Was it wasn't Dick Grayson a trapeze artist? Yes. Trappist monk? Touche. That'll be podcast on Instagram for those who haven't followed us yet. Go ahead and get on over there and follow us. Todd offered movies dot com. Oh yeah, we've started doing voting stories and things and other social media practice. I voted on for my best friend's wedding. Dermat mulroney was the winner of the sweepstakes versus Dylan McDermott. Same person. Either way. Whatever you want to call them. Palm Springs. This Palm Springs. So my notes real quick. It is a and this is going to be a mouthful of fantasy sci-fi rom com. It kind of covers several genres blended into one seamless whole. It was released on Hulu, July 10th, 2020 at the peak of the pandemic, they released this in a few theaters, but theaters weren't really doing a whole lot of business then. So the primary arena for this was Hulu. It was released to almost universal claim via critics and audiences. It was nominated for Golden Globes for best picture and best actor for Andy Samberg. Real quick synopsis film takes place on November 9th, Palm Springs, California. Sarah, who is played by Chris maladi, meets Niles and it took me to rewatching it. I felt stupid. Rewatching realizing Niles is short for nihilism. I did not realize that at first because I'm not very bright. So now you make us feel stupid because none of us got that. And I wanted to know. Other people see this? I mean, I know, but for Taylor, what is nihilism mean? Anybody who's seen lebowski can sum it up in one sentence. I believe it's flee, who says it of course we believe in nothing. You can't trust nihilists. They don't believe in anything. Taylor means they don't believe in anything. Thank you. Which we got a heavy dose of in everything everywhere all at once. Yeah, the contrast of nihilism and existentialism. Yes. This one is pretty much just a heavy deep dive in the nihilism. And I know what existentialism is, but Sean, if you could explain it to Todd for me. I can not. Okay. Oh, I didn't watch the movie. There you go. So that come out recently. Exorcism. That recently come out. Existentialism is a pretty new train.

"palm" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

04:16 min | 2 weeks ago

"palm" Discussed on Cinemavino

"And welcome back to cinema vino. We're going to continue our wedding series tonight talking about Palm Springs. Movie I enjoyed quite a bit, came out about two years ago. I'm hearing with traps bud. Bravest hud, Taylor Owens. Yo yo, Sean Jordan. Howdy, I've got the whole crew here. This would be part 5 of our 6 part wedding series. We are drinking trapeze, Cabernet Sauvignon from Argentina. Tapesh. Nice budget red. I really like this. You know, tasty. Yeah. This one clocks in at about ten bucks. Really? This is X, not bad. Maybe 12. If it's over ten, it's not much over ten. Argentinians, wines, not people. Generally cheaper than other rides, pretty affordable, yeah. They tend to be. Argentina quiz. Is that the one that has moved vedra? Is those from Argentina? You'll see those in France. Primarily. Yeah, that's a French throne. Is there some other Argentine ball bag? Okay. I knew it started with an M yeah. 'cause I'm a little bit of an awkward position. So you guys talk amongst yourself for a second. I'm a scooch away. Go ahead. So Argentinians. No, no. Oh, hey, what's up, man? Oh hey guys. So yeah, Malbec is going to be the primary grape out of Argentina. That's kind of their niche grape because you'll see that Malbec and France is a blending grape. It's a grip that they add in the Bordeaux with Cabernet alone. Get more of a blending grape. It's a blending grape as knobs might say. Argentina has kind of made it their own. And they release a lot of stand-alone. Malbec. In France, there is a region that does Malbec called cahora. Sometimes you'll see a little bit of reload blended in there, but a lot of times it'll be a Malbec centric wine. So I got those fucked up. So what is a move Vera? That's another grape. That's another variety. It totally different in that in France. Blending. Yeah. You'll see that blended with grenache and syrah a lot. Like in the rhone. There you go. Very good. That's the end. Ganache, I like a ganache. Yeah. You'll see me better than they're kind of round them out, kind of sand them off a little bit if they get a little bit too big and bold. So I'm a veteran is a good grape to kind of round off other grapes. So this is an Argentinian cabinet. Cabernet. I opted not to do a Malbec from Argentina because Malbec. I love Malbec, but it is a different animal..

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Scott Carney Recounts the 1970 Cyclone That Killed 500,000 in Pakistan

History Unplugged Podcast

02:37 min | Last month

Scott Carney Recounts the 1970 Cyclone That Killed 500,000 in Pakistan

"Let's tell me about the cyclone itself. How big was it and what was it like for survivors to live through it? Sure. So this was a sort of warm water fed cyclone that came up through the bay of Bengal in an area that had traditionally been hit by many, many cyclones before, including ones that had killed hundreds of thousands of people. And imagine it's about the size of Texas and the first thing that happens that sinks in Indian freighter, which gives notice to the Indian government that they know a big storm is coming, but we are just on the cusp of satellite imagery where it starts starting to get good. We have the very first television quality broadcast coming down to earth. And the systems are not yet developed to really send warnings out correctly to these populations. And although it is not the strongest storm of the season. It's not a category 5. It's a category four. It happens to hit during a full moon at high tide. And when you think about the country of East Pakistan, what is now Bangladesh, it's a place that, you know, a lot of the landmass along the coast is barely a meter above sea level. And when that storm hits, at about 11 at night, when it starts coming in, you know, people are getting ready for bed. They hear these sort of confusing storm warnings. And the surge goes up to about 20 feet. And we have this person named Muhammad hi, who we found who survived the store. And he's, you know, at first they just, they hear the warnings and they hear their cows and their livestock, getting upset outside. And the water starts creeping into their house and they're like, oh my God, this is really bad. We should have sought higher ground if we could. But by then it's too late. The water fills the first floor of his house. It fills the second floor of his house. And he has to jump to the roof of the building with his I think about 20 family members with him, and they're all screaming. They don't know what's going on. They don't know when it's going to abate, and they're praying to God that it will be all right. And Muhammad Hai realizes that his only chance is to jump to a palm tree about 5 feet away from his house. And he does it. And climbs to the top and holds on in a 140 mile an hour winds, and he calls to his family, so you guys need to jump too. You guys need to jump too. And he just calls out into the night and no one else jumps. And he hates on for about 8 hours in this sort of swaying palm tree. And the next morning he finds his entire family dead. He buries a hundred people in his yard the next day, and his island of 50,000 people has a 90% fatality rate, where everyone is dead and the storm actually kills a half a million people in East Pakistan at that time.

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Prices inch up

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

Prices inch up

"Gas prices continue to go in one direction Setting records is usually a good thing but not when it comes to gas prices Patrick tahan is with gas buddy dot com The national average is up about two and a half cents a gallon in the last week We are looking at the highest Memorial Day ever at the palm of the national average at $4 and 60 cents That's nearly a dollar 60 higher than where it was just a year ago And look for that pain at the pump to continue We could see an increase to four 75 a gallon over the next couple of weeks And ultimately our odds are greater now that we could hit $5 than not hitting it Drivers in California continue to pay the highest prices that average 6 13 a gallon I'm Shelley

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Hand surgeon challenges Depp claim on finger injury

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last month

Hand surgeon challenges Depp claim on finger injury

"How did Johnny Depp lose the tip of his middle finger like most issues in his life with ex-wife Amber Heard the origin of that story is in dispute It's there for all of us to see there is a piece of Johnny Depp's middle finger missing how it came to be though that depends on who you ask Depp is testified that his ex Amber Heard cheered off the tip of his finger when she flung a vodka bottle at him with a hand surgeon is testified that it could not have happened that way which it more says Depp has said his hand was palmed down on a bar when it was hit by the bottle but Moore told the jury dips fingernail is still intact and it would have been damaged if the bottle hit him as described Depp has been murky about the cut at the time he told friends he did it to himself but he says he said that to protect her A Moscow's

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'2000 Mules' Has a Red-Carpet Premiere at Mar-a-Lago

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:15 min | Last month

'2000 Mules' Has a Red-Carpet Premiere at Mar-a-Lago

"Well, we couldn't be more delighted 2000 mules. I mean, it's a massive hit. And it's really changing the debate. So we thought we'd talk about it, kind of go into it a little bit, and also just describe the very remarkable events of this past week, kind of the way we rolled out and launched this movie. So honey, it kind of all began, I guess on Tuesday, when we jumped on a plane and flew to Palm Beach for the Mar-a-Lago premiere. So tell people about what that was like and, well, so your reaction to it. Well, I mean, it was, it was amazing. First of all, you know, I'm really sorry if you went to the premiere and we didn't get to chat or anything. There were so many people that we couldn't, first of all. And it just kind of took on a life of its own. It's a magical venue. It is a magical venue. That place is unbelievably nice. And I never really knew what it was. I thought, I thought it was, I personally thought it had a hotel, but I don't think it has a hotel. I think that you can only stay there if you are a member of Mar-a-Lago. Well, no, you can't say that. No, no, you can. You can eat and play golf, but the only person who stays there is Trump. It's like a club. No, but it's not a residential. I think no, I think that some people can stay there. They do. I think they have rooms for members only. Yes. I had no idea. It's not a hotel, but you know. Well, we had 500 people and of course at the last minute always having people beating the doors to get in and but everything runs through Secret Service. But it was a who's who of the conservative movement. And we even had some well, we had a few rhinos there, and it was okay because our ideas we want all everybody to know what happened in the 2020 election. We want the GOP establishment to know. And we have to speak in code, remember, because we're on YouTube. So everything, everything we say has to be done. All right, so the event was gorgeous. They had delicious food. And then Trump spoke and spoke beautifully, by the way. And he's a really funny

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"palm" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

The Indicator from Planet Money

07:47 min | 2 months ago

"palm" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

"This is the indicator from planet money. I'm waylon Wong. And I'm paddy hirsch. Mention rising oil prices and people usually think about fuel oil in the cost of heating oil and gasoline. But there's another kind of oil that's seen some dramatic spikes in price recently, cooking oil. Soybean, rapeseed sunflower, the supply of all of these oils has been disrupted in the last year by drought in the case of soy and rapeseed, and in the case of sunflower oil by the war in Ukraine. Palm oil has also seen a price spike, rising more than 50% on global commodity markets since October of last year. Palm oil is the cheapest and most used cooking oil in the world. And it's increased cost is making huge waves. It's contributing to a surge in food prices that's affecting the poorest nations in the worst ways. In some cases, triggering civil unrest in places like Sri Lanka and Peru. But there's a mystery afoot here. Unlike soy and sunflower, palm oil has not suffered any kind of production shock. And its price started rising long before the war in Ukraine through a wrench into the global edible oil market. So on today's show, the great palm oil mystery. Well, it's a little mystery. Why it's so expensive and why that's such a big deal for all of us. Coming up after the break. This message comes from NPR sponsor fundrise, a platform that makes investing in high end real estate easy. You tell fundrise you're investing goals and fundrise puts your money into the real estate deals that are right for you. Sign up for free at fundrise dot com slash and PR. Palm oil is a vital commodity. It is by far the most used edible oil, and it's an ingredient in hundreds of goods from cosmetics and soaps to chocolate and packaged bread. Perhaps most importantly though, palm oil is used all over the world, and particularly in Asia as a cooking oil. It's cheap and can be heated to blisteringly high temperatures. And that makes it the oil of choice for millions of the world's poorest people, especially in India, China, and Indonesia. Yeah, it's not the healthiest cooking oil. Kevin o'rourke runs in news and analytics service called reformasi, which focuses on Indonesian politics. But for indonesians, it tends to be quite an affordable and it's heavily used in Indonesia for a whole bunch of different items desserts, snacks, breakfast food. Indonesia also happens to be the biggest producer of palm oil. The country generates roughly 60% of the world's palm oil. And over the years, Indonesia's production has been pretty steady. It hasn't seen any of the shocks that other oils have seen, like in Canada or Argentina, where drought ruined the harvest of rapeseed and soy respectively in 2021. So when the price of palm oil started to rise in the last quarter of last year, it was a bit of a surprise. And initially, it was a welcome one. I mean, if your country is the biggest producer of a commodity and the price of that commodity goes up, that's good news for the companies that export that good. It means more income and hopefully more investment and more jobs. But it also means that the price of that commodity in your country also goes up. So households have to pay more for it. More than 25 million indonesians live in poverty, and most households use palm oil as a cooking staple. Yeah, and in October, a liter of oil cost about 14,000 rupiah, which is about a dollar. A month later, prices were up nearly 30%. Bad news for those poorer households. Indonesia's president widodo leaped into action to stabilize prices. First, he released a kind of strategic reserve of 11 million liters of oil. When prices continued to rise, he deployed subsidies. Next came export limits, and then quotas and eventually Kevin says price controls for the domestic market. It included a attempt to control the retail price to impose a ceiling on what traders in the market can charge for cooking oil domestically. And that just created a huge incentive for traders to hoard supplies and then cooking oil became unavailable. The pressure on the market increased after Russia invaded Ukraine in February, and the global supply of sunflower oil was shut off. That immediately drove up the price of all edible oils on the global market, including palm oil. Widow reacted by raising taxes on exports, effectively forcing Indonesian producers to sell their palm oil domestically, but cooking oil prices rose to close to double what they'd been in October. Indonesian consumers were not happy. So two weeks ago, we dodo deployed the nuclear option. The sizzle is about to fizzle out. A shock move by the world's largest palm oil producer. Indonesia has banned bomb oil exports. Which is set to make a huge dent in the global supply of the results, global commodity market freak out. That's official econ vocab, by the way. Prices jumped 6% and the prices of other edible oils followed suit. Soybean oil, the second most used oil leaped 4.5% as food processors rushed in to compensate for a projected shortfall and now two of the most popular oils in the world. Factories worldwide that depend on this for food and their own domestic markets, but also for supply chains for production of all sorts of consumer items and the developed markets. I really need to scramble now. But there's no mystery about widow's thinking here. His people are furious that there's a shortage on their store shelves of the one product that they produce more of than any other country in the world. So he's kind of Julie buying to do something about that. He's also presumably worried about reelection. But Kevin says there is a wee bit of a mystery about why those prices started rising back in October in the first place. If there were supply disruptions, those would have happened elsewhere Indonesia is the dominant producer, but there are other producers. Indonesia's production has been fairly stable. So it's hard to explain that jump from the supply of production side. A lot of people in Indonesia are scratching their heads about this. Some, like Kevin, say prices may have risen because of supply disruptions in the global market for edible oils. But some industry analysts are pointing fingers closer to home. One target, the Indonesian government itself, which has promoted the use of palm oil for biofuels at the expense of domestic users. Yeah, president widodo has in the past encouraged the production of biodiesel plants and stimulated the market for biofuels with subsidies. Kevin says that's encouraged some palm oil producers to direct some of their products away from the domestic consumption market. With the higher price of energy over the past year, there's been an emphasis to make greater use of palm oil and diesel products. It's relatively marginal, but in a market like this, impacts on the margin can matter. But there's a growing suspicion that the problem is more deep seated. Only a handful of families control the Indonesian palm oil business, and they are suspected of operating as a cartel, fixing prices and restricting supplies. Indonesians are used to hearing about rumors of corruption and collusion between government and industry. What's unusual about this case is that it's the government that's making the accusations. Yeah, we don't have ordered an investigation into the power more production business earlier this year. And the probe has already find evidence of cartel activity, with producers, distributors, business associations, government officials and retailers, all colluding to restrict supply to the retail market and to fix prices. These charges, along with the recent export ban, have come as a surprise to many indonesians and to Kevin o'rourke, the assumption was that because the palm oil producers are so wealthy and politically well connected that they would be untouchable. That's exactly what I'd always thought up until last week when the president banned their exports. It was a remarkable show of political strength on the part of president joko widodo that he went forward with that. I definitely never would have thought that anything like this was possible 8 years.

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It Was Peter Who Denied Jesus...

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:13 min | 2 months ago

It Was Peter Who Denied Jesus...

"It was Peter who denied Jesus. It was per meter who three times who had once proclaimed I will be with you. I will be your defender. I will never forsake you and Jesus Tony. He said, look, before the rooster grows, you will ton me three times, and he did, and those three times when he denied knowing Jesus and on that third time he went away and bitterly because he realized that what he had said did not match his actions. But this is a morning in which they woke up on Sunday morning and the angels proclaimed he has risen. That is why when you hear it in your chart service, you hear it during the Easter time. They say he has risen. Yes, he has risen indeed. Because it is the two days that really come into play in our discussion of what is really about. Now you're going to hear plenty of messages and many of you may have to your local church and you may never, however, you celebrate this time and you might be installed on Monday because you started back on palm Sunday last week and you may have taken time today or take time today on good Friday to spend time in prayer or go and gather with others and remember for you.

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Between Good Friday and Easter Sunday Is the Day With No Name

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:10 min | 2 months ago

Between Good Friday and Easter Sunday Is the Day With No Name

"This is a special day. It's a special episode of the Doug Collins podcast. The day is good Friday. So it's a special day in the holy week. Started last week with the what we know as palm Sunday triumphing across coming into traditional. And it is ending in probably the most poignant part in history. And I think that is for Christians in particular. We have Christmas, the birth that we celebrate in Easter in which really frames the whole dynamic of a Christian belief system that was Easter without the death and the resurrection. Even as Paul, one of the writers in our Bible says, you know, we don't have a faith apart from Christ being raised. So that is why you see Christians all over the world. Celebrating during this time. And it is a time in which we see the contrast of this world. In the past and we see the contrast of open the future. So today though, I want to do it a little bit differently. You've always heard and I am today as I've already said here. It's called good Friday. Which is on Sunday. So Easter Sunday is named Easter. And in the middle there is Saturday. And plastering a long time ago, I thought to myself, I said, that's why they're interesting to me that all these dates around these good Friday Easter, but Saturday, and today, but I think first we need to understand the trash to leave today, but also understand why they mean so much. So I want to start this on Friday. And if you're listening to this on Friday, if you're listening to the weekend or wherever we're starting as Jesus has already been betrayed, he's already been through the whole ordeal of being condemned. And now where I pick up in this reading and I want to start just getting the people of Jerusalem a chance. They can take a criminal barabbas and say he because each year he releases one during their celebrations of Passover and he's our lease. A criminal to you and he said, this is one criminal that has murdered. We know he's evil and he said, you can either release him or release Jesus who we don't see has done anything wrong. In fact, what he's trying to do is get out of

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Palm Sunday: A Display of Splendor Before a Cross of Shame

Latest Sunday Audio

01:44 min | 2 months ago

Palm Sunday: A Display of Splendor Before a Cross of Shame

"Now once again, as you ponder these things and I hope you will check up on this later on and you will look for yourself. The variances are interesting. For example, in Luke's account, there are no branches mentioned at all. No branches. Only cloaks. In the record of Matthew and John. And Matthew and Mark, there are branches. Only in the gospel of John, are the branches, palm branches. So when I not for the gospel of John, this would have to be called branch Sunday. Which wouldn't really have the same ring to it at all. I'm not sure who came up with the palm as being the most significant thing of all. But there it is. Jesus, as he makes his approach is being greeted as the son of David, as the messianic king. He is approaching Jerusalem in a purposeful way. It would obviously have been possible for Jesus to go into the city inconspicuously, to go there quietly. The gospel writers tell us on many occasions he withdrew himself from the crowd on one occasion when they thought to make a king, he left them directly and immediately. And so he makes his entry into Jerusalem in fulfillment of Old Testament prophecy. He doesn't arrive on a chariot, but on a cult. He is going to be lifted up, but not to a throne, but to a cross. This display is a display of splendor as he approaches across of shame.

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Biden People Didn't Think Barack Obama's Joke Was Funny

The Dan Bongino Show

01:52 min | 3 months ago

Biden People Didn't Think Barack Obama's Joke Was Funny

"Nobody likes Joe Biden Everybody loves Barack Obama still on the Democrat side So why Joe Biden would bring back bring back Barack Obama at The White House to humiliate him again is unbelievable So I'm getting some traffic here from some friends if you know what I mean That when Biden got when Barack Obama went up there I should have cut this to my fault When Barack Obama went up there yesterday and cracked the joke and he got up and said hey this is my vice president Joe Biden I'm getting wind from some of my peeps A dad joke didn't go over well with the Biden White House who already know Biden really sucks Everybody loved it He was like from what my folks are telling me Obama was rocking walking around the right house Why does yesterday like a conquering messiah Okay slightly hyperbolic but are you got it You got the joke Yeah yeah play that Whenever you get to check it Thank you Thank you Vice President Biden vice president And I wasn't joking Now thank you Jim You're a good man I did not prepare Jim That is my fault for that He just cut it because he's good like that I'm getting from my peeps said everybody was laughing but the Biden people really didn't think that was funny And I'm hearing that as Obama was walking around the west wing which is very small by the way extremely small They were a palm fronds It was like it was like palm Sunday They were put in palm fronds down He was being like wafted with big fans to keep him cool There were there were beverage people coming up with like Jell-O shots for him and everything There were people genuflecting as he walked by and battling their heads

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How Did the Experts Get Inflation So Wrong? Dave Brahnsen Explains

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:44 min | 3 months ago

How Did the Experts Get Inflation So Wrong? Dave Brahnsen Explains

"Living through a period of inflation right now. I remember I had a lunch in Palm Beach about let me think about this about a year ago. A year and a half ago, and I said that inflation is coming. I was laughed at by a bunch of Wall Street guys. And they said, oh, we look at all the fundamentals. There's no way it's not going to happen. How did the experts get this so wrong? I mean, it was so clear and vivid people that are in the money management business told me no inflation never going to happen. We don't have enough money, but now we're living through catastrophic inflation. Yeah, I think that the inflation we're dealing with now is primarily on the supply side of the economy and people weren't focused on that. They didn't believe that the reopening of the economy after the absurd lockdowns was going to lead to this kind of surge in demand. So we're so used to thinking of inflation in the 1970s where there's just too much money chasing too few goods and services that it ever occurred to people that ports not being open and people being incentivized to not go back to work after the extension of Biden and employment benefits last year. The truck drivers not being there. The supply chain disruptions. Those are the things that really caused a huge escalation in prices. And so I think Charlie would have to be afraid of two inflation level we're dealing with because of what is going on right now in the supply demand imbalance, but then longer term, I'm very afraid of stagnant economic growth because the excessive indebtedness that we have created in the economy. We go into a Japan like mode where we can't even they can't won't even be able to get inflation in the future because there's too much downward pressure on economic growth. The production of goods and services. We need to be a vibrant healthy economy.

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Florida Governor Wants to End Special Privileges for Disney

The Larry Elder Show

00:54 sec | 3 months ago

Florida Governor Wants to End Special Privileges for Disney

"Me. Florida's governor Ron DeSantis. Addressed on Thursday, the suggestion of repealing a 55 year old state law that allows Disney to effectively govern itself on the grounds of Walt Disney World following the company's public opposition to a controversial parental rights law in Florida. What I would say as a matter of first principle is I don't support special privileges and law just because a company is powerful and they've been able to wield a lot of power. I love this guy. I love this guy. Fight back. This is the way you fight back. Desantis said this during a press conference in West Palm Beach, Florida today. Disney has been engaged in a war of words with Republicans in Florida leading up to Monday signing of the controversial bill, which prohibits classroom instruction on quote sexual orientation. And that's what it is, guys,

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"palm" Discussed on A Beautiful Mess Podcast

A Beautiful Mess Podcast

04:40 min | 3 months ago

"palm" Discussed on A Beautiful Mess Podcast

"Her sexy fairies book. So it was. Sexy fairies is like a category. So I feel like I call it that because of sherry from young house love because she calls it them sexy fairies book. I didn't know it was a huge category of books. This is a new thing, but okay, so tell them about when you were in the airport reading the book, how not a podcast listener not a blog reader but a stranger ran up to her because they saw her reading this book. Yes, so I was reading a court of mist and fury, which is the second in the series, trying to think of the series name. I can't remember. But if you know you know, and it is a fantasy about fairies and it is also romance. So there's quite a bit of sex. So awesome books. And I had just read the first one in the series and normally I don't like to like read a series straight through. I like to jump around. I don't like to get too stuck in one genre. That's just my way, but I was going on vacation. Yeah, and I was like, you know what? I want something easy and fun, and you know what? I'm gonna read that second sexy fairies book. That's what I'm gonna do. So that's what I brought with me and it's a huge book and I had the paperback, so it was a little easier to carry, but it was pretty big. And so I'm sitting in the airport, just starting it. By myself, you know, my layovers, I'm headed to LA to meet elsie. And a lady comes up to me and for one moment I was like, I was like, oh, maybe she reads our podcast to read the blog. Every once in a while that happens, it's certainly doesn't happen to me very often, but every once in a while, someone is like, oh, I read your blog, you know or whatever. But then she just kind of like taps the book and I look up and I'm waiting for her to say something about a beautiful best and then she just shows me her book cover, which is a different series by the same author, but I knew and she was like, oh, you're so infer a ride because she apparently read like this series. And so then we chatted for like a minute, you know. And we both have our mask on. It's kind of hard to chat with a stranger at the airport. Just the interaction of it, I was like, oh, I'm in a club. And they are stoked that I am reading this book. This is an enthusiastic crowd that I have entered into. And you know what? Since reading the first and second, I get it. These books are awesome. You should definitely read them if you are at the interested and sexy fairy books. This is very fun. I have never read any kind of romance novel in my whole life, so if you're like me, tragedy. I'm going to tell you a tiny, tiny little secret. We are going to read one in our next book club round. So we're on our last couple of weeks of Q one and then next month when April starts will be in Q two and we are going to read one together. So if anyone is like, I want to understand what the hell a sexy fairy book is, you can learn that for the first time with me. And I was so excited because I feel like all my Friends read them except for me. So I'm like, what am I missing out on? I think it's so fun. But yeah, so I read a court of mist and fury I read the whole thing on the trip and it is rather long and it was a blast. And I also, while we were at Barnes and noble, I picked up the Paris apartment, which I've read other things by that author and I love it. It's kind of mystery thriller type thing. So I started that on the way home, but I haven't gotten super far into it yet. Nice. I get a little bit of anxiety when I'm flying. I always did, but it's definitely way worse now that I haven't flown in so long, so I couldn't read very much of it on the way home because I was kind of having like a, you know, like where you cry on the plane because you have anxiety, but you're trying not to disturb people around you. So I was like, I can't read this book right now. Yeah. No, I didn't know it was that bad. I just get a little, it's just like your heart's beating fast and you just keep telling yourself like nothing's happening. I'm fine. It's fine. But you're just like, you know, just trying not to make other people anxious too, I guess you're like, I promise nothing's wrong with me. I'm just crying right now. Don't look at me, please. Yeah. Oh, sister. Anyways, not super far into that yet. It wasn't the right environment, but I'm excited to read that too. Yeah. It was so much fun just sitting by the pool, reading for like a whole day. I've never done that before, and I do understand now why people, I never interested how people could sit at the pool for so long. Now I understand it. All right, so let's talk about our favorite meals. We had in Palm Springs. I kind of want to give it a tie for two. A dinner meal and a breakfast.

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"palm" Discussed on A Beautiful Mess Podcast

A Beautiful Mess Podcast

07:57 min | 3 months ago

"palm" Discussed on A Beautiful Mess Podcast

"One day off vacation after every family trip. Exactly. You just need a good nap. Okay, so yeah, we wanted to talk about our trip. I didn't post a lot on Instagram. I posted a little bit, but pretty much we were just like zoning out. It was amazing. It was the most like we slept in, most of what we did. Would you say was like sitting by the pool reading, like most of the activities or the hours spent, we got massages, it was like so like amazing. It was a ten out of ten. Okay, so let's go through each part of it and just kind of just kind of talk about it for fun. So we live through us if vicariously. Yeah, well, so we started the trip with a small, well, it was a big work event, but it wasn't something that we were absolutely required to do, we just, we were going to go on a trip anyway, so we did that, and that was in LA. So we stayed at proper hotel, the downtown one, because there's another one in Santa Monica. And that was really fun because it's designed by Kelly wearstler, and I have followed her on Instagram a long time. Like, I'm definitely a fangirl already was, but I'd never seen any of the spaces she's designed in real life before. And I didn't realize when we had booked this hotel that it was one that she's worked on, but now I'm like obsessed. I love this hotel. I started to look up all her other proper hotels, and they're so cool, and I'm just like, you know, now I'm like, Trey, check out all these Pinterest boards of these proper hotels that Kelly designed. I think these are beautiful. We should make our house like this. I'm just like way into it. I love that as a design reference. I totally agree. Okay, so the part of it that left the biggest impression on me so there was like a lobby we posted this picture on Instagram. There was like a lobby with a big mural ceiling and that was really incredible and then also the restaurant downstairs. We had breakfast there and it was like the perfect mixture of like really trendy but also really cozy and there was plans everywhere and just like Spanish lot of yeah, a lot of black and white tile I totally forgot like I think there's just like some things due to pandemic stuff that it's like you forgot. I totally forgot how much I love hotels. And just like the design and the detail and just like walking around and seeing like there was even like really amazing bathrooms that were so cool and yeah we were definitely geeking out like it was like our first time to go in the world for the first time. It was great. Wow, wow, look at this plant. Look at this countertop. Sure everyone around us was like, okay, you guys haven't been anywhere. But yeah, we're like, look at all the chairs. Look at the chairs in this hotel. You're obsessed. Yes, it was incredible and yeah, I would definitely recommend it if anyone's staying in LA or I had a rooftop rooftop bar and restaurant. We went there too to have like a drink before our event and snack. So yeah, and I actually think it has a pool. I didn't see that while we were there, but from stalking her Pinterest board now, I think there's a pool as well on the rooftop, which is really cute. Yeah, so the hotel was amazing. And then after that, the next morning we had breakfast and we drove to Palm Springs and we stayed there for the rest of the time. And what was our first stop? Maybe you should tell him. I'm excited to be the first stop when we weren't quite to Palm Springs. I guess we're in Palm Desert. Okay. Deserts, but Emma was like, I want to go to a bookstore and she had this one specific book. The night circus that she really wanted me to read, like it just popped in her head and she was like, you have to read this book. So anyways, we drove up all the springs in which straight to Barnes and noble. And just like shopped for books for a really long time, it was magical like, I mean, I think that Barnes and noble, if you haven't experienced this already, the next time you go there, really take this in, it's like a time capsule of the late 90s. Nothing has changed, and yeah, in the late 90s and the early 2000s, Barnes and noble was the coolest thing to do in our hometown, like especially for church kids on the weekends and the evenings. It's like we would go there, get a Frappuccino, get 18 magazines, sit there and read all the magazines and buy nothing and leave. And that is our youth. I do have a soft spot for it and I'm glad that they exist and I stand by it as something that I want in this world. If Barnes and noble stops, I know that local bookstores is better, okay? Like I'm not saying they're not better, they're better. But I think they can coexist my belief on it. I just don't want there to be no more Barnes and no. Like it's too sad. Like, okay, whenever we were driving, I was like, Emma. When we're old, do you think they're all still be red lobster and Olive Garden? And she said, I don't remember what I said. I feel like I said yes. You said definitely yes, and I was like, 'cause I think definitely know. But it's interesting. Like, I guess we'll just see. I think the nostalgia though. You went there when you're little with your grandma, so I just feel like it's familiar in this way that you kind of see. It's very familiar from our childhood, but yeah, I don't know if it will be in future generation childhoods. Yeah, that's true. Because as we have grandkids, are we going to take them to Olive Garden? I don't know. I can't answer that. Anyways, so we went straight to Martin noble. We bought some books, and then we went to our hotel, so we ended up staying at the ace hotel just because the other day we wanted to say I was already booked. And the ace hotel is cute. We've stayed there a lot. It has definitely great restaurant. Yeah, it's good. Nice solid. There's a little coffee shop across the street. If you don't want to get coffee at the restaurant there. And yeah, we walked to a number of restaurants and things. So it's a great little near a bunch of other things too. And yeah, it has a great pool, and you can order drinks by the pool or snacks, has a hot tub, it can be a little crowded sometimes, like there was a wedding going on while we were there, which was beautiful, and actually kind of fun to watch. But, you know, if you're looking for more of a, I don't want anyone near me, then it might not be a good spot in that sense. But they're also a ton of babies. So many people have babies and toddlers with them. So that was actually really cute and was making me extra miss my baby. Emma was having a lot of baby, not baby fever with other words. Like missing her baby, but there was no kids my kids age their hardly at all. I think it was like babies and then you don't bring your kids to learn like upper elementary maybe. I don't know. Yeah, I feel like once they're asking for things that might not be the spot anymore. But what's going on? Yeah. Yeah. I know what you do. So we start by the pool, so I got to read two whole books on our trip, which is a lot. I felt like the first one was like on my flying day and then the second one was like at the hotel, the poolside. And then did you get to read two whole books? No, I read one, but it was a really long book. Oh, yeah. Okay, yeah. Okay, so let's talk about what we read. So on my way traveling, I read, I was looking for a light, happy read, but in the end, what happened is that I just grabbed a bunch of stuff off my shelf so it was like in my two read pile on my way out the door and I was trying to get books that were like, you know the right size, like you don't want.

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Larry Taunton's Friend Paul Reed Is in Twitter Jail

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:34 min | 4 months ago

Larry Taunton's Friend Paul Reed Is in Twitter Jail

"So we're going to go first to our guest, Larry Taunton, my friend Larry welcome. Hey, it's great to be with you and tell John, I hope he gets himself together. Yeah, he's messed up. The dude is messed up. No, it's just that it's some kind of a tech issue. But what do I care? I get to talk to you either way, I'm thrilled. You I want to talk to you about this monstrous monstrous article that poor David French wrote. But before we get to that, you have a friend who is in quote unquote Twitter jail right now. When I heard your story and you wrote about it at Larry Alex Taunton dot com, I said, we've got to talk about this. So tell my audience the story. Yes, Paul Reed, many of your viewers, listeners will be familiar with the trilogy. The Winston Churchill biography by William Manchester called the last Lion. Well, Paul Reed, who is a West Palm Beach, posed reporter. He wrote that third volume defender of the realm. Paul is not a conservative as you and I think of it, but by the standards of today, Paul looks like a guy on the right. But isn't this the beauty of it? The shifting and the sifting that's happening. I mean, here's a guy, he's obviously somewhat pro Churchill. Absolutely. No, you'd love his book. I mean, the last Lion series, the trilogy is wonderful. And Paul's a bestselling author that book received rave reviews. And so what happened is last week, a tweet appeared with an Iranian man parading his wife's head through town he could beheaded her. Let's be clear, folks, in case you're having issues listening, maybe there's noise in the background. I just want to be clear. What my friend Larry just said. Last week there was a tweet. Where an Iranian man. He put this on Twitter, correct? Absolutely. Holding the head of his 17 year old wife, whom he had just murdered, that was posted on Twitter. Isn't Twitter wonderful that they're allowing freedom of expression because listen, there are some people who think that beheading your young wives is a good thing. And Twitter doesn't take a position on that, so they let him post

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Caller: How Does NPR Pose a Liberal Bias, Especially With Public Funding?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:09 min | 5 months ago

Caller: How Does NPR Pose a Liberal Bias, Especially With Public Funding?

"I would like to know how national public radio can have a liberal bias. In other words, they should be objective and partial if it's a public radio station. Yeah. Well, and look, we have to pay our federal tax dollars pay to support them to spread that kind of stuff. Right. Yes. Okay. I guess they ask a lawyer, right? Well, look, I mean, the answer to the question is, it's an organization that was founded years ago, and it is a federally subsidized. Now they raise money too, you know, a lot of people go online and donate to so that they can hear that. But you're right. I mean, look, the company that owns the Mike Gallagher show Salem media, we don't get federal subsidies. We get out there and we work. We have sponsors, like MyPillow and fellowship palm lawn and relief actor. They pay so that you can hear their message and so that we can stay on the air. But you're right, NPR, they get a break because they get to spend your money, and say things that you don't necessarily agree with,

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Prof. Marina Hofman Joins Dinesh to Discuss the Trucker Revolt

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:51 min | 5 months ago

Prof. Marina Hofman Joins Dinesh to Discuss the Trucker Revolt

"Guys, this issue of the trucker revolt, both in Canada and now even in the United States. Very important movement. And I'm delighted to welcome to the podcast doctor Marina Hoffman. She is the author of a book called women in the Bible. She's a professor at Palm Beach, Atlantic university, but the reason she's on today is she is a Canadian. She is from the Toronto area, her dad is a trucker. He's been very involved in and following the trucker movement. And hey, Marina, thanks for joining me. This is a remarkable development. Some people have commented I have too that this is the working class sort of revolt that the left has always predicted and called for. If you go all the way back to Marx, the workers of the world unite, well, if the truckers are uniting, they're out on the road, they're making the and this is also a grassroots movement. I can't name the head of these of the truckers so it looks like this is developing from the bottom up, talk a little bit about how did this movement get started and how did it grow? And then we'll talk about where it's going. Right, so nearly three weeks ago now, a hundred plus truckers left from British Columbia, the far coast on the west, and they wanted to have the mandates lifted for the truckers because dinesh, the truckers are working alone, they're not infecting anyone. But as they traveled across Canada, this movement picked up via hundreds, thousands of vehicles joined them, thousands of Canadians, tens of thousands, the videos are overwhelming in terms of the numbers of Canadians that stood in the bitter cold waving them on, and by time they got to Ottawa dinesh, their demands had not just been for themselves, but for every single Canadian, freedom for every single Canadian before they'll

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The Forks (MM #3972)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 months ago

The Forks (MM #3972)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. For as long as I can remember, I've seen people flash the peace sign, but I didn't realize there was a protocol to flashing the peace sign. When you put up a peace sign, if your fingers are out, so people see your palm, looking at them, that's acceptable. If you flash at the other way, seeing the back of your hand while in England and in Australia, that's basically giving somebody the middle finger. It's called the forks in Australia. When you throw up the peace sign backwards, if you will. I never knew this. I never knew there was a right way or a wrong way to do it and come to think of it. I don't even really remember, however, I've thrown up the peace side. I saw somebody the other day comment that somebody had thrown up the forks. I didn't know what the forks were. Then I read the history. The first person who got in trouble for throwing up the forks, and it wasn't called the forks in England, was Winston Churchill. During World War II, when he flashed the V for victory sign, which became the peace sign, except he did it backwards. I didn't know there was a protocol. I didn't know what mattered. That's not like I walk around throwing the peace sign a lot. I've thrown it up in pictures because everybody does that. Who knew?

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The Forks (MM #3972)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 months ago

The Forks (MM #3972)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. For as long as I can remember, I've seen people flash the peace sign, but I didn't realize there was a protocol to flashing the peace sign. When you put up a peace sign, if your fingers are out, so people see your palm, looking at them, that's acceptable. If you flash at the other way, seeing the back of your hand while in England and in Australia, that's basically giving somebody the middle finger. It's called the forks in Australia. When you throw up the peace sign backwards, if you will. I never knew this. I never knew there was a right way or a wrong way to do it and come to think of it. I don't even really remember, however, I've thrown up the peace side. I saw somebody the other day comment that somebody had thrown up the forks. I didn't know what the forks were. Then I read the history. The first person who got in trouble for throwing up the forks, and it wasn't called the forks in England, was Winston Churchill. During World War II, when he flashed the V for victory sign, which became the peace sign, except he did it backwards. I didn't know there was a protocol. I didn't know what mattered. That's not like I walk around throwing the peace sign a lot. I've thrown it up in pictures because everybody does that. Who knew?

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The Forks (MM #3972)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 months ago

The Forks (MM #3972)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. For as long as I can remember, I've seen people flash the peace sign, but I didn't realize there was a protocol to flashing the peace sign. When you put up a peace sign, if your fingers are out, so people see your palm, looking at them, that's acceptable. If you flash at the other way, seeing the back of your hand while in England and in Australia, that's basically giving somebody the middle finger. It's called the forks in Australia. When you throw up the peace sign backwards, if you will. I never knew this. I never knew there was a right way or a wrong way to do it and come to think of it. I don't even really remember, however, I've thrown up the peace side. I saw somebody the other day comment that somebody had thrown up the forks. I didn't know what the forks were. Then I read the history. The first person who got in trouble for throwing up the forks, and it wasn't called the forks in England, was Winston Churchill. During World War II, when he flashed the V for victory sign, which became the peace sign, except he did it backwards. I didn't know there was a protocol. I didn't know what mattered. That's not like I walk around throwing the peace sign a lot. I've thrown it up in pictures because everybody does that. Who knew?

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Dr. Cordie Williams Joins Jennifer Horn to Discuss the Craziness of California

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:58 sec | 5 months ago

Dr. Cordie Williams Joins Jennifer Horn to Discuss the Craziness of California

"Doctor cordy Williams. Welcome to America first. Hi. Hey, Jen. Thanks for having me, I'm honored. Thank you now. I went through just a few reasons as to why California's crazy. Been shut down for two years. It is very expensive. It's not easy to be a California resident, but there are lots of people like you who are fighting. Why do you think California is worth saving doctor Williams? Well, I mean, it's the fourth largest GDP in the nation and I've always been of the opinion that New York and California and some of these other blue places. There's a lot of hardworking, great Americans there that just want to raise their families and red white and blue values. And one of the things I've tried to tell, some of the consulting groups and Palm Beach in Florida in those areas is so goes California so goes the nation and what are we going to do? Everybody's going to move out of these blue states to red states, turn on purple and then turn on blue and then what are we going to do in the House and Senate? We're going to have a long-lasting minority.

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"palm" Discussed on About Last Night

About Last Night

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"palm" Discussed on About Last Night

"You live phone palm. Beach florida yeah. Yeah yeah it's not too far from where the guy the guy's face sampath salts. It's also not too far from where tom brady lives. It's also not too far from where the alligator eighty disney world. It's also not too far from where there's hurricanes on the time because it sucks. Oh yeah except in moraga baby where you can get a steak dinner for seven thousand dollars and then walked by statue of me in my fat dumpy s. I'm in florida baby. That's right palm beach. Florida floridians are the people who live here and they are defiant. Is that the right word. i mean. Look they've survived a lot down here. They also dude as i said on stage here The palm beach improv. Which is my favorite part about florida. This clubs incredible to one of the best in the country shouts joel and mattie cocoa for a continuing to run a sweet operation down here. The crowds are fun. Despite you know some debauchery but that's all cities all comedy clubs. You're always going to deal with some people that just have been saving up their night out and sometimes they bring it to your show i kick out a bachelorette party of gals in their fifties. What the fuck. I get that. You're about to get married. And i get that you want to go out and get fucking plastered but you know even at that stage in life. You gotta know that if you're crazy again and get kicked out and i've done it probably thirty times in fifteen years and i always give chances. I tell people this during the show. The crowd always sees it which is why they're always on my side and i have full jurisdiction to do it because i give chances whether it's staring at them asking them to be quiet telling them i don't want to kick them out using them to go into other jokes making small talk just every chance and sometimes don't want it. They want to do what they're doing. They wanna be obnoxious. They think the shows. They think they're bigger than the show. And that's when i take it personally is when i see people around them starting to look at them because of how they are and some people just get so drunk they honestly don't even know what's happening there blackout and they can't even take accountability and This guy was obnoxious. she was also dislike. I don't get the fucking back. Jane know putting your fucking vaccines inside a me. I'm florida guy. Play it's always those people man always those types of voices that you gotta deal with but We got through it and the show was killer. Anyway all the shows were great But again covert never really hit florida. Let's be honest. They're like covert his head. A new restaurant. Can i get soup there. mark tells was down here. Crushed it and just a great time at some fun. Guests sets sarah cooper some guests on saturday who blew up on tiktok and instagram from doing all the trump lip sync videos. And she's a great comic so that was a a sweet addition to have to the shows and You know this place just does it right. Yeah is it muggy and balmy. Yeah are your balls always stuck to your leg when you walk outside for no more than ten minutes yeah But the hotel's nice you know Everyone's dressed like they should be in palm beach which is just you know floral shirts snug shorts hats flipflops and everyone looks like they're su- days away from getting some sort of skin like me dizzy like you know like people to ten. But that's because they're outside all the time and why wouldn't you be if you had this type of weather. The thunderstorm thing does spooked me a little bit. There was thunderstorms this evening. And i'm getting ready to take a flight. I think it's gonna settle down here before i Become airborne but you know the lightning. There were some thunder the other night. That made me back to where i was like. Oh i'm a bitch. Thunder scarce the fuck adamy not thunder road by garth brooks can handle that you know which by the way. What does that song about. Thunder road in the ninth and the nights on fire. Is that what it is is driving into like a tsunami twister. What does that song about. What does any song about. I don't know any songs lyrics. I just i just did melody. That's what gets me fired up but i did enter the stage every night to katy perry's firework and i'll be honest gap people for for for fired up but yeah it's It's a it's a city that just goes to the beat of their own drum on many fronts. Does that make sense. People injured two at the shows. I think there's a guy in an arm. Brace a guy who had neck surgery who they sat front row who staring at me so uncomfortably and then a guide to the right with Like four sets of crutches. i was like what does it cripple night at the palm beach improv. That got a good laugh. Hey guys atom ray here for the about last night. Podcast are you man. What's up dude. Are you going bald. Sorry a two out of three men will experience some for hair loss by the time that thirty five shit thirty nine. Well you know if my shit starts to go. That's just my fucking dirty. And more than fifty million men in the. Us suffer from male pattern. Baldness i got buddies that.

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"palm" Discussed on In Defense of Plants Podcast

In Defense of Plants Podcast

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"palm" Discussed on In Defense of Plants Podcast

"All right. Dr kelly matsunaga thank you so much. For coming on the podcast. It's an honor to have you here. And i'm really excited to talk to you today. But first let's start off by telling everyone a little bit about who you are and what it is. You do all right. Thanks for having on the podcast. My name is as you just said. Kelly matsunaga currently an assistant professor in ecology and evolutionary biology at the university of kansas. And i'm also curator of paleo body in the biodiversity institute which is sort of the collection of natural history museums Here at ku. That's really exciting. Paleo botany to me. Is i have to live vicariously through people like you. Because it's something that was has always interested me but i want a different path with my career. So i'm really excited to pick your brain about this but one of the things that always interests me is how you came to paleo botany in the first place where you a fossil kid a plant kid. Where did the combination of the two really find their way into a fruitful career for you. Yeah so i I would say that. I came to paleo botany through a lot of sort of happy accidents home. I was not a paleo kid. Or a plant kid numb. I got interested in plants when i was in college. I was not a science major. But we all had to take intro. Some kind of intro. Biology works as a general education requirement. And so i took introductory botany in. That's what really got me interested in plants Specifically the the whole evolutionary story of plants that the professor that taught the courses frank shaughnessy at humboldt state university. Who was able to sort of weave through the course of the class.

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"palm" Discussed on Life On Main

Life On Main

09:04 min | 1 year ago

"palm" Discussed on Life On Main

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"palm" Discussed on Life On Main

Life On Main

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"palm" Discussed on Life On Main

"This happened back at the red sea. If you remember right. They cost over the red sea. Great miracle only took them three days to start complaining again and said we'd be better off in egypt. They totally forgot who their god was. Of course we could get on the issue with the same way are we how many times this guy come through in our lives in some way in some form and only find ourselves a few days later experiencing some other situation or struggle or catastrophe so those ascott yariel they understood was coming. Jesus he was the one that had the power to save but what he was was the son of david. Well maybe reading into this let. Let's let's look a little bit more. What do they say next. Blessed is he who comes in the name of the lord. You're not have this understanding that. He is lord rather than the one was coming in and some he was sent of the father was and so therefore is true but did identify him as board and then they go if you look down in versus ten and eleven is this. When jesus entered jerusalem. The whole city was stirred. They began to ask who is by all this fanfare for this individual. And you see their interest eleven. This is jesus again. They stopped there. But we begin to see their heart follows. This is jesus the prophet from nazareth in galilee. Just another profit. Just another one sent from god but not god personified and believe it was in this. We see so much of why the fellow short i see some other. Very big warnings to us is a church in the people of god as we go into not just this week but as we will cushion existence and it simply this. How true is your craves how throws your praise are waiting to come into church on sunday morning just to see songs that praised magnifying. Glorify him only to find ourselves during the week shaking only to find ourselves during the week not living the same kind of christianity that we live on sunday shouting. Oh god save your salvation. We live a life. That is why he came to die on the cross. We still find ourselves living in sin. I think it's good for us to make sure praises genuine. See the problem with the israelites as they leave down the road when it came to their home pom poms were out there. Were winding to receive something. It was out what it was that was going to be brought to them. There were often praised. Matterasian their problems. We're not up. In a total surrender to the king of kings and lord of lords to the one that could map just bring salvation from tyranny but one of green salvation from the ultimate tyranny that being the work of the enemy the worker saying the word sin death and the grave see. Jesus could come and brought deliverance to the temporal could have brought deliverance from the romans. But that would have been soul minuscule compared to what it is ultimately came to bring because the freedom to ebro and the concrete that he did that didn't just affect the romans in the first century. It's affecting the kingdom of darkness on the way to this day and so can take pride and joy in the path serve god and truly is king of kings and lord of lords. How is your praise. What was going on with these people. First and foremost praise was really insincere. In fact again. This wasn't something new with the israelites. We seem to have seen this over and over again and again that just as relates even own lives but if you look at chapter twenty nine verse thirteen. It tells us this. Therefore the lord said it as much as these people drawing near with their miles and other means with their lips. Sounds like singing worship songs. Doesn't it but giving testimony but have removed their hearts far from me and there's fear toward me taught by the commandment of man so we have going on with their hard appraises. They could sing a good song. Then been shout a great praise to god but it was only lip-service heart change they a form of religion. They didn't have any true relationship with god and we see that says covers their fear. There's fear toward the was not from the malaysian ship. It was not from their interaction with god. It was because it was by the commandments of man. And that's as far as it went and we know that that is true. Even when god is we can take the holy spirit was present like yours today. Well let's remove the holy spirit from the equation. Formula restored him outside and delivered for me. 'cause why were they really delivered from egypt. They were never from egypt. Not the promise. Land they were delivered from egypt to go into the mountain. Worship god the promise laid was to come after that. But what happens. Is these relates more about the privacy of the work so much about the model. They weren't so much about being. God was in fact when they optima cyanide. Whether you most should go to enforce didn't have a desire to be in that relationship with.

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"palm" Discussed on Life On Main

Life On Main

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"palm" Discussed on Life On Main

"Pastor. Tim golden these podcasts. We focused on going relationship with god maturing in the faith through his word stewarding relationships with one another as well as learning to make disciples as we share the gospel of jesus. Christ each day highlights. What of these facets of spiritual character growth and stewardship so be sure to comeback each day or a strong and healthy walk with lord thou. Let's see what the holy spirit wants to show us today. Okay if you open your bibles on this time. Sunday to matthew chapter twenty one matthew chapter twenty one and we. Actually you just read this reading and we are going to read it again because there's things we don't want to miss this. Just get a really good sense of the word is we are going today again. Matthew chapter twenty one starting at first one and it says there as they approached jerusalem and came to buffet jr on the mount of olives. You sent to disciple saying to them. Go into the village ahead of you end up once you will find dog entitled there with her cold biver untie them and bring them to me and if anyone says anything to you taliban that the lord leads them he will send them right away. There's took place fulfill what was spoken through the prophet say to the daughter. Zion see your king comes to you. Gentle in writing on occult rather donkey nicole. The disciples went and did as jesus had instructed them. They profit on key and the coal place the time that jesus statham on them a very large crowd spread their cloaks on the road while others cut branches from the trees and spread them on the road to crowds that went ahead of him and those that followed shouted hosanna to the son of david. Blesses you who comes in the name of the lord hosanna in the highest when jesus entered jerusalem. The whole city was stirred nast with us. The crowd answered this. Is jesus a prophet from nazareth and galilee. And then we're going actually continue eating the snack protection g second temple area and drove out all went by selling their you overturn the tables of the money changers and the of those selling dubs news written. He said that my house will be called a house of prayer. But you have made it. A den of robbers lord. We thank you today that you said jesus to us that he would come that you'd cleanses from our said to enter here into this what we call passionately tied from palm sunday to easter lord. We asked you would draw attention all that much more to all the did all that you accomplish two thousand years ago on our behalf to deliver us from the lectures of sin and death so that we could experience life everlasting but even more important that relationship with you and god is we dig into this passage today. Would you be in our time together when you open our hearts. Jesus name amanda so jesus enters in the way. This is the climax of his ministry that is taking place as he gets ready to enter into jerusalem. And of course we know that very famous phrase it mentioned there in verse tan that they leave their cloak. They lead down branches at tells us elsewhere and they began to cry out. Hosanna to the son of david blesses you comes in the name of the lord hosanna in the highest and that is very exciting. Isn't it. i mean to to know that there was this was going on but at the same token is exciting. Was it was also very discouraging. It was discouraging for christ because we know that before christ entered into jerusalem. It tells us the he wept over tourist one because he knew that they were not getting it that they were not truly understanding his reasoning for coming but yet to keep jesus from coming in and making a entrance though not a white stallion rather on a donkey and again this was to fulfill what it says in scripture but we know that he welcomed that moment as an empty and shallow as it was because even though they were shouting hosanna to kreis even though they were waving palm branches lane them down and acknowledging his coming in as a king. There's some things that we can really gather pretty important from what it was that they cried. First of all they cried whose in now what they hit me. I mean i was proud of the church for a long time. You just that was something you just always shouted when it came time for palm sunday but what does it mean. It means simply safe in indirect knowledge that what was bringing with salvation in some form and in fact it wasn't just a shout of those it was in cleaning. It was a shout of excitement was shot of trying but was also a hard foul leave is how many know they were being overrun by romance. They had been oppressed for so long. And now jesus riding it this messiah and they'll cry was. Here's the one who's been singing. But yet now she's coming into it. Come and bring your salvage that is very excited and if they would have just stopped there but yet you get some real good keys the clues into this crowd as we mean further. What did they find it. They tried to to to sign of david. You notice that is not to the son of god. When they were acknowledging was what they do from testament scripture. Here the messiah comes just one that would be there. Deliver would come from the lineage of david. They were all educated in the word. They understood that they understood the sculptures. And so that's why they're claiming here comes can save us from this lineage. He is the son of david but even greater than being the son of david is the fact. He is the son of god. But the fact that kaud- only saw him as the son of david begins to really shed some light into what really takes place the rest the week that we are coming into and why the say crowds of one hand on on sunday joseba is the same that find themselves a few days later. Shouting crucify him. How can you switch. How can you turn so quickly. Should surprises insulated from known.

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"palm" Discussed on The Nix

The Nix

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"palm" Discussed on The Nix

"I don't know I feel like we've kind of set it. All I found I thought it was interesting that you. Okay. So I knew the time loop part was spoiled and I have to admit that I also knew that she had slept with the groom. or before I watched it. So so I knew why she didn't want to be living this day over and over again although it seemed like a relatively nothing day right and why wouldn't you just go ahead? kind of like but you also sit with her lauber what's your deal and you're like Oh God that's your deal. I don't know. I, wish I almost wish I had not known that because it may have made that stuff a little bit more interesting because I because I knew I knew where they were going with it and it so it made me more frustrated with Andy Sandberg about. Think about somebody else you fucking idiot maybe this isn't an easy laid back day for her you moron. And maybe she realizes that she did something terrible in that. Even if she gets out of this, she's GonNa have to reckon with that. And what you did was you have dumb girlfriend that you couldn't that you're fine with and you I didn't like that they let him get off Scott free for going fucking everybody else because she was having sex with that stupid efficient mail from such a terrible character yahoo like I just. Exactly and they wanted you very much to root for him and. And the way they did that was to assassinate another character Elsa, belong Com trope I know it is but I hate it and I. Look in my early writings, I have written that character and I. I don't want to do that anymore. We're not supposed to turn on other women like that. There was a way to make it clear that they shouldn't have been together without her being completely devoid of any intelligence and cheating on him. Exactly. So I think that's all I have to say about that. I have one more note. Um, and I think it needs you to blow your bubbles. Blow me now. That was the best Bob Whatever it was not filmed in palm springs. Not. I knew that but I didn't know that a friend of mine who lives in Palm Springs. told me that I was laughing my ass off. No, it doesn't even look like Palm Springs Right? In the Vegas desert or something, it's nowhere near it's it's nowhere near what Paul Palm Springs..

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"palm" Discussed on The Nix

The Nix

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"palm" Discussed on The Nix

"Welcome to the next where we talk about pop culture until we can't stand it anymore and we knicks it, I'm Justin hard tongue and I'm darling. As always a quick warning, there might be spoiler for anything we talk about on this podcast, but we'll. Know that they're coming this week, we're talking about Palm Springs, the Andy Sandberg Romantic comedy that broke the record for the most expensive sundance purchase ever only to wind up on. Hulu. Thanks pandemic. As always you.

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"palm" Discussed on The Cinema Guys

The Cinema Guys

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"palm" Discussed on The Cinema Guys

"She should be able to get a job. Any certificate to prove it. I guess have to use her like Matt Damon. Sort of like solve a math problem knowledge. Yeah, but. He'll think you'll have the wisdom of life. Wise Right? Yeah! He was playing with them, and he could always go back and know how to pick up any of them, ladies and dudes. That's IT Brad. Do you think you would experiment in that department? If you were in stuck in the same day over and over again. Why not? Day Oregon I mean. Yeah. And I I love like in the beginning cal. Right like life is futile without some sort of companionship. Yes, and you especially living in her and I know they tried to throw into like no, just because because that was her thing was I'm stuck with you, so of course you like me. But. He was saying like no could be anyone but I think she was more right like anyone. He could have got stuck with I think he could have I mean. I guess he could've hated him. But I think he could've. Roy as an example of they just went their separate ways..

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"palm" Discussed on The Cinema Guys

The Cinema Guys

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"palm" Discussed on The Cinema Guys

"Is so cool and like it's like they have to go to a hotel for a day. Didn't do nothing to make sure because when they go back. They have to make sure there are other self isn't doing something that's changed. They're really not there, so they go and sit in a hotel all day and make sure they don't talk to anyone or do anything so that they can go back to that day and they know they're not messing with anything. Because that day was a nothing day for their lives. Anyway. It's it's really. Cool really really cool it sure I think it's like Yeah, it's like an hour long or something primer worth catching kind of bouncing kind of bouncing off. That Justin Good segue minus the Butterfly Effect Oh. Man, you really went deep with is. Five Act. Yeah, that's a great one man, and that was back. When like Ashton. Kutcher like people didn't know that he could be serious. He was still like yeah. You know that seventy show and that one was like what? This is really good. Yeah, I remember watching. Boxing kills their baby. Oh, life changing. Do you guys? The Butterfly Max. A butterfly. Wings go certain away can create a hurricane I just remember realizing when he killed The lady, her baby with the mailbox, firecracker I being like mortified fly, fact boom good one. Two and three without any of the original cast, but I think I saw the second one, and it was not good, so didn't see any after that, and they all had the same poster like final destination. They all look exactly the same like blue. Dell faces yeah. All right Bratcher last my last one. This one probably isn't going to be a surprise activator. Lubar looper loopers get looper with we're issues, but all time travel movies have issues usually. Because the biggest one was member when he was delayed in the future to go back to pass, and when he showed up in the past, he was twelve minutes too late in the past. Yeah, but like someone made the point that. If you're going back to a specific term, the pastor there is no delay. You would always go back to that specific time which I never thought about. That kind of ruins to that was the. Crux of the whole movie now showing up in time right. Anyway so well. It's Kinda like that bill and Ted were talking about. Remembered leave the keys and all the stuff and they're like Oh. Yeah, now I got it here. It is yes, it would be awesome. I'm going to make sure I. Remember that now up now I do got it..

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"palm" Discussed on The Cinema Guys

The Cinema Guys

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"palm" Discussed on The Cinema Guys

"Welcome to another episode of cinema guys to be fair. You guys are not socially distance right now. You guys are those are the two meters I think were. Hold on. I've never heard this to me, neuter. speeders meters six. We don't use that system of measurement. We say six feet and right I. Bet from face to face where. I from. You guys are not put your arm out Justin out. I can't. Look at that. Look. How close? Going behind you. Straight at. Three feet long and his pie, another foot, and a half between my face in his. We're good. We're going four and a half feet is not six feet. Guys and this is the first time that just I have been together in what four months to record true. It's been like a year with the Senate maiden. She has not been with US nine ten months ten months almost a year, but if this is your first time in welcome, and if you return for another episode, welcome back this episode just and just let you know I know we haven't been together and wow this episode. We're going to talk. The Movie Palm Springs Oh good thing I saw it and it's on Hulu. We're going to do a top this on time loop slash time travel movies right, and then we're going to end it with a homework demands. I come prepared I. Have All those things ready to talk about? Good and so on from what I understand. We were going to maybe talk about Hamilton. Maybe talk about Eurovision. Maybe talk about old. Guard or maybe talk about? I did. At all and Palm Springs one palm springs one with forty seven percent of the vote, and then how what were what Hamilton was last Hamilton was third. Is it because people are like down with handling? Haven't talked about a thousand times. Talks on Hamilton Right now I'm sure it might might have been. Maybe it was like you know this is a movie that is being talked about right now. A lot of people people who love in it so. People hated Eurovision. I did not hate it. I mean it wasn't good, but I didn't hate it. It was is all right. So and then old guard I guess. I think I know who did not like it. Everyone seemed to be like. Yeah, that's fine. Like is cool. This is like a Comic Book Movie House Down. Calm Comic Book Comic Book so all the source materials already all out there just not into it just not that into it. I did put this on twitter at the cinema. Guys I'm on twitter a lot. It's the one one place you guys don't I'm free to do whatever I want. Yeah Brad loose cannon on.

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"palm" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"palm" Discussed on Filmspotting

"To film spotting the last couple of weeks. Josh have seen some of the most high profile new releases we've had since movie theater shutdown back. In March Hamilton arrived on Disney plus two weeks ago. We talked about that on last week's episode also last week. I recommended Gina Prints by woods, the old guard with Charlene Darren. That came to Netflix's weekend. And that's when you caught up with Josh and they understand. You liked it. Maybe not as enthusiastically as I did, but you went forward. Okay? Yeah, consider me. Me a fan, I think I probably became a little more wearied by the gunplay. Which you mentioned was your talked about it probably a little more than you did, but yeah, definitely appreciated and think it's something that people should check out. Last weekend also saw the release of the World War Two thriller Greyhound with Tom Hanks that's on apple, plus neither of us have had a chance to see that yet, but fellow critics have assured us that the nation's fathers and grandfathers have a new favorite movie and Josh. Also last weekend, the new horror film relic available on demand. Palm Springs. The groundhog day inspired comedy which is available on. You saw relic. We both saw Palm Springs, and we'll give each of those a little bit of time later in the show, but first tires. Please cue up our review discussion of Christopher. Interstellar. We haven't mentioned our mission does not work if the people on our dead by the time you pull it off. That this far any human history, not far no! Doubt. Yes, you are yes, you are. Upon, its release in two thousand fourteen atom, we gave interstellar a robust thirty minute review. You were hugely enthusiastic. I was mixed to negative. You remain a big Fan and you've seen it sense I believe right. Yeah, all right in two thousand seventeen. They're going meter. Yup, at the music box theatre where it's going to be playing again this weekend actually here in Chicago in seventy millimeter interstellar currently ranked number two on your Nolan. List for me this. Who've review was my first revisit sense two thousand fourteen now on the two of us. The movie has a score of seventy four. Critic among critics that's considered generally favorable, and for what it's worth. Most of Nolan's movies hover around the seventies on metacritic Dunkirk. That's his highest rating there with a ninety four. So that's where we stood. But where do we stand now in two thousand twenty? Have you add them passed through a wormhole and come out on the other side to see the error of your ways have I been sucked into a black hole trapped behind some cosmic bookshelf as punishment until I admit the air of mine. We could relitigate are twenty fourteen debate. We could revisit the same points. We both brought up, but I'm not sure how fruitful that would be I'm happy to do some of that and I promise I will not bring up a certain nineteen, sixty eight sci-fi epic. You declared verboten when discussing interstellar listeners, they can revisit that whole discussion in the archives at film spotting dot net episode five fifteen. Today. I'd like to start where that review ended in a last-minute attempt to bring me on board Adam. You asked me if I wasn't just plain thrilled watching interstellar. If setting aside my complaints quibbles, I couldn't admit to having a thrilling movie going experience. I quickly answered in the negative and we moved on. Watching interstellar again, and this was before I, release into I review or even read what I had written about in two thousand fourteen. This was the exact question I found myself asking especially in the context of our overview with so many Nolan films fresh in my mind at their best. His movies do thrill me. They get me Giddy. There's always a moment. Nolan blows your Noggin, intellectually emotionally existential early, and all I can do is let out a Guffaw of appreciation. We've already talked about some of these. These moments in our overview. I think of Memento where Leonard says I'm chasing this guy. Nope he's chasing me. Or how about the image of the hats in the prestige? When we realize what's really going on here and I know you care less about it than I, do Adam, but the spinning top in those final moments of inception. Wow on twitter this week marking. The tenth. Anniversary Kevin Geogra- Nov, said this a decade later and I still remember the entire pact prescreening audience audibly gasping at the smash cut ending. That was me.

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