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For now, wary US treads water with transformed COVID-19
"The fast changing coronavirus has kicked off summer in the U.S. with lots of infections but relatively few deaths compared to prior incarnations I'm Ben Thomas with an update on the coronavirus For many people the virus is not nearly as dangerous as it once was but COVID-19 is still killing hundreds of Americans each day The latest count by Johns Hopkins University puts the 7 day moving average at 354 And the Food and Drug Administration this week told vaccine makers to tweak any booster doses intended for fall so they protect against the newest relatives of the omicron variant FDA vaccine chief doctor Peter marks None of us has a crystal ball and we are trying to use every last ounce of what we can from predictive modeling and from the data that we have that's emerging to try to get ahead of a virus that has been very crafty It is a mixed and confusing picture repeat infections are increasingly likely and a sizable share of those infected will face lingering symptoms of long COVID Doctor Arnold monto is the acting chair of the FDA's advisory panel on vaccines Looking in the past doesn't help us a great deal to look in the future for this virus which has baffled a lot of us and made predictions almost irrelevant I'm Ben Thomas
San Jose Sharks fire coach Bob Boughner, assistants
"The sharks have fired bob buchner and his staff two months after the season ended the decision comes to San Jose remains in the market for a new general manager Coach the sharks for the past two and a half seasons after replacing Peter deboer in December 2019 They missed out on the playoffs each of the last three years following a run of 14 playoff appearances in 15 seasons Interim GM Joe will says the incoming general manager will select the new head coach Mike Greer ray Whitney and Scott Mellon B have been linked to the head coaching job I'm Dave
What a Disappointment Rep. Peter Meijer Turned Out to Be
"Couple summers ago and turning point action was starting a series of super Saturdays, turning point action did a series of door knocking, campaigns across America, organized by the great Tyler Boyer and the whole turning point action team separate from the educational ventures of turning point USA. So I remember I was in Chicago and I drove to Grand Rapids, Michigan. That's not an easy drive for those of you that have done it throughout the night because the next morning we are starting our door knocking for a certain candidate in western Michigan. I got up very early and rally the troops and told everybody that in western Michigan, we need to put our forces together to go get a certain person elected by the name of Peter Meyer. Now mind you, I don't know why we endorsed Peter Meyer largely because I thought it was a flip district or something like that, a way to kind of gain ground. But what an incredible disappointment and let down. Peter Meyer in western Michigan has become. He has become a camera seeking attention grabbing self righteous congressman who voted for the impeachment of Donald Trump was like one of the first things he did right out of the gate. He sprints to try to go on cable television at every single corner imaginable. And he's someone I have very little respect for. And he's got to go and he's got to go right now. And there is a great candidate running
Democrat Wolves in Sheep's Clothing With John Gibbs
"And there is a great candidate running against Peter Meyer, who, by the way, some of you might not live in Michigan, some people might not even been to Michigan. Some of you say, I don't really care that much about Michigan, we should. Michigan is a great place. But I will say this, you should care about getting these impeachment voters. Out of line and better candidates in place, and the man running against him is John Gibbs, who's terrific from western Michigan, he joins us right now. John, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Charlie, thanks for having me on. It's great to be able to spend some time with you today. Likewise, tell us why you're running and tell us what is your message against the snake Peter Meyer. Peter Meyer betrayed everyone in our district. Bayes after being in Congress find literally days in there. His first vote he takes is to impeach Trump. People put in their sweat and their tears and their money to Peter Myers campaign helping him win just as you guys did, Charlie, and he was saying all the right things. People thought he was a real deal. When he got in there, just a few days after he really backstabbed everyone. So he is not providing leadership. He is not representing the people that voted for him. And so I felt that I needed to do it. I wasn't planning to. After serving our time in the Trump administration, I was maybe going to work for a think tank and be out of the spotlight for a while, but some of our friends from our former White House said, dude, Peter Meyer voted in Peter Trump. You should go back home and run against them. So I decided to pray about it, think about it, get my ducks in a row. It's jumped in head first. It got president Trump's endorsement. Got doctor Ben Carson's endorsement who I worked under in the Trump administration and said, yeah, we really need to do this. We really need to provide leadership for the good people here in west Michigan. There's not getting it right now under Peter
Voting Fraud Tina Peters Blames Election Fraud for Losing Primary
"This Tina Peters, the pro Trump election official under indictment for breaching voting machines lost her bid for Colorado Secretary of State on Tuesday voters. Although she denies it, she says we didn't lose. We just found evidence of more fraud. They're cheating and will prove it once again. Oh my God. No Republican is clever. She gave in third place. She gave me third place. No Republicans ever going to admit they lost, Carl. We will not stand until we come in last place and with no votes. I mean, this is one of those thank gods. First of all, she's on her way to prison for fraud in the 2020. She's up for Secretary of State of Colorado. Thank God, but either Republicans who rejected her, by the way. Yes. Yes. So there's some good news,
Hard-line conservative Reps. Boebert, Miller win primaries
"To have Congress's staunchest conservatives repelled more centrist alternatives to lock up Republican nominations on Tuesday in Colorado one of former president Trump's most Ardent supporters representative Lauren boebert won the nomination in the third congressional district while election denied or Tina Peters lost her bid to become the Republican nominee for Secretary of State to Pam Anderson and a Republican who favors some abortion access Joe O'Day won the Senate primary against a far right candidate in Mississippi a member of Congress who voted to overturn the 2020 election but supported a January 6th the investigation won the Republican runoff in the third congressional district representative Michael guest defeated pro Trump challenger Michael Cassidy in Illinois far right state senator Darren Bailey who got a late endorsement from Trump won the Republican nomination for governor he faces democratic incumbent governor JD pritzker representative Mary Miller a 2020 election denier who has spoken admiringly of Adolf Hitler won her Republican primary and reverend Jesse Jackson's son Jonathan won a 17 candidate democratic primary for an open congressional seat in New York Rudy Giuliani's son Andrew a former Trump White House aide lost the Republican primary for governor to representative Lee zeldin He will take on governor Kathy hochul who won her democratic primary I'm Julie Walker
Pelosi receives Communion in Vatican amid abortion debate
"House speaker Nancy Pelosi receives communion at a Vatican mass with the Pope despite her support for abortion rights and despite being denied communion at home The Democrat attended the mass marking the feast of Saint Peter and St. Paul She's in Rome on a working family vacation and received communion from a priest according to two people who were there Pelosi also met with Pope Francis before mass and received his blessing according to one of those people her own archbishop in San Francisco Salvatore cordileone has said she can't receive the sacrament in his archdiocese because of her support for abortion rights In September the Pope said of some who deny communion pre shouldn't be politicians and condemn their flock but should be pastors who accompany the faithful He described the eucharist as not a prize for the perfect but a powerful medicine and nourishment for the weak I'm Julie Walker
The US Economy Is in an Increasingly Delicate Position
"Let's talk first about some of the. The challenge is overall before we get to AOC that the American economy continues to face. And frankly, the reluctance of the administration to really do anything about it. I mean, this is at least the perception. Maybe they're trying, but there's such a lack of, frankly, competence when it comes to the issue of ensuring economic prosperity and tempered inflation that I think that effectively sort of doomed here for the next 6 months, 12 months, whatever you want to call it. I mean, I hope that recession is not going to be bad. I think it hopefully will be just a little one, but listen, there is an attitude out there that somehow, you know, you can just go buy that $60,000 EV and solve your problem, which by the way makes no sense because people are going to actually have to plug in the EV and don't forget they're still paying for electricity. They're still paying for natural gas. I mean, the cost of everything is going up. But a fox reporter really pushed The White House on this this week. Let's listen to the exchange. Trying to do right now is to deal with an acute problem right now, which is why the president, again, asked for a 90 day suspension of the gas tax, the gas tax holiday. It is going to make a difference. Peter, we're talking about 18 cents on the federal on the federalist level. We're talking about an average of 30 cents on the state level. And if the oil refinery does their job, if they do what we are asking them to do, which is put their profits back in so that gas prices can go down, that's almost a dollar per gallon. That matters. Sure. It matters. But you know what? We don't live in Venezuela. This is not a socialist country. Companies are not there to do what might help Joe Biden and the Democrats. I mean, companies are there to maximize their profits for shareholders. That's the whole idea.
Russ Vought on a Terrifying New Development From Biden's DOJ and FBI
"And for all of you in the grassroots, you have to know that there is this orchestrated plan happening right now. The help us unpack this is Russ vote. He is the president of the center for renewing America and former White House, OMB director. And he also is very close with Jeffrey Clark, who was raided last week by the Department of Justice, Russ, welcome to the Charlie kirchhoff. Thanks for having Charlie. Appreciate it. So Russ walk us through what happened last week with Jeff. Well, Jeff's house was rated in a pre dawn manner. The Department of Justice came to him over a dozen officials law enforcement officials, including those from fairfax county police department. They were there to raid his house to search it to take his electronics, they didn't let him change and let him get into a pair of jeans. They took him out and made him be in his pajamas for over a number of hours. A complete show of intimidation and for those of you who are following the news like you do, Charlie, you know that that coincided with the fact that he was going to be the focus of the January 6th hearings, the sham hearings going on on Capitol Hill. So on a very in the same week that all of the exposure was designed to show that he was at the forefront of a law enforcement investigation to show that this is the person that they were trying to demonize as part of these hearings. And of course, this is just follow on from Peter Navarro. It's follow on from Steve Bannon. Other GOP officials that we're trying to get a handle on and election investigation were the brunt of similar targeting last week. I know that the situation with Jeff better than the others. But this is the weaponization this is the criminalization of politics that we have not seen in this country. In quite some time, if
A highlight from Ears To Hear Are Created
"Welcome to live behind the veil and atmosphere where men and women of God speak his word to this age and bring his kingdom to this earth. Do you have ears to hear and eyes to see what God is doing in this hour? Let us join our host and the family's conversation as the Holy Spirit is unfolding. The word behind the veil hello, everyone. I'm Ron your host, and on this podcast, we'll be talking about hearing and speaking the word of God. Those who have a drive to bring God's kingdom to the earth. Must first have ears created in them to hear his word before they can speak a word from God. Let's listen in to the teaching of the Holy Spirit, and believed to have created within us ears to hear his word. What I understand of the early church is they did not expound scriptures, they believed and spoke by faith a word from God that changed people's hearts, framed in age, they had to listen to an apostolic word, had to listen to the prophet's speak, and then believe in the impartation of that and open their mouths and speak a word from God. Think about these people, what they were receiving had to come from a living epistle. Speaking the truth and love, that's the true thing of whether it's the word of the lord or not, is whether it's the truth, in love, and that authority of the lord coming through, and they could feel that. I'm sure they could tell the difference between somebody who was narrating just expose saying as opposed to somebody who was really sharing their heart with one another. Thing with Peter is so important because in X two he stood up with the 11, remember, and he started talking about Joel. He quoted from Joel too in the fact that he knew what the scripture said, but he also changed it slightly and kind of updated it for how it applied to their day. And that's the thing about what we call an apostolic word is it brings a live the scriptures for today. And that's what the true life is. I mean, you can read the word without the life without the truth in your heart, and it just becomes something you study. Just like any literature, but you have to have the life in your heart to get it imparted to you and to others while we're speaking about living epistles tonight, or speaking about the difference between what I would consider, I'm not putting down a scholar because there's nothing wrong with studying the word. And being a scholar of the word, but the spirit behind it without the relationship of Christ behind it without the relationship to the body of Christ and the members of the body, it's worthless. It's just a bunch of head knowledge and a pumping up of ego, like Paul, Paul is a perfect example, pharisee of the pharisees, but yet after he had his meeting with the lord. It changed his whole spirit. It changed his whole drive, his whole attitude, his heart, the relationship, that's where things are sparked. That's where things are alive. On that day of Pentecost, one word, save 3000 people. Today it takes 3000 words to save one. The word of God never grows old. Because it's always alive. Exactly, it should always be alive, no matter whose speaking it, they spoke a living word to one another. It was something that was alive. They shared an experience with Christ. Alan, were they better people than us? No, God, no. They had to be special. People because they were probably worse off than we are. They might have been more honest than the American person. Well, there's a truth right there. The point I'm making is we've been talking about the early church and then we're talking about today back and forth and we're talking about Christ. This is probably a controversial. I don't think Christ wanted to be put on a pedestal. Right. I think Christ wanted to be an example to people of how you can walk with God and how you can speak his word and have a relationship with the father to me without that, it's just religion, Christ is the first born of many brethren, and he is the example the pattern son that God sent to the earth to provide a way to be created into those people that God can use in the earth. I want to give a really good example and it's back in Ezekiel 37, but I want to emphasize verse four in chapter 37 again he said to me, prophesy over these bones, and say to them, O dry bones, hear the word of the lord. Now, in Amos again, it talks about there is a famine for hearing the word. What did Jesus do when he was on earth? He spoke what he heard the father speaking. That's what Ezekiel did here. That's what he lied to do. That's what he likes it did. They are not special, even Elijah himself says, you know, basically I put my pants on one leg at a time just like you do. There are people just like we are. What we really should be hearing from this is that the father is looking for people to hear the words, so we speak that word, lord, loose ears to hear. Lord loose the people in America to hear the word of the lord. Loose the people in Africa, South America, the 7 continents. My God, loose the hearing of the word. Right. And loose those who have a prophetic word from God who are like Elijah, I stand in the presence of the lord, and by my word, it's not going to rain for three and a half years, right? That's what Elijah said. Alan, your speaking something, there's a key before you can speak a word from God. You have to have ears to hear a word from God. And if you think about think about it, what Christ said every time you spoke after as he would say, those who have ears to hear, yes, let them hear a word from God. There are a lot of people out there that are preaching. A lot of people out there that are quote speaking a word from God, and it's not a word from God, God has to create ears to hear. Our living word from God, every one of us sitting here didn't start out speaking the word of God. We sat under mentors and they were speaking a word from God, and it created the capacity within us to hear a word from God, exactly. Which then enabled us to begin to speak the word from God. Lord loose people to hear. Loose the hearing of your word father loose the hearing, and the understanding loose the hearts to understand what you're saying. Even the disciples, what did you say? They didn't get it either until after the day of Pentecost. Today there are so many men and women of God out there that are in churches and they're anointed men and women of God, and their speaking and anointed word. So here's two people sitting in the congregation. One person has ears, and when that word spoken, it hits them, it changes them. They walk in it. The other person, it goes right over their head. Yep. Same place, two different people. Well, on this podcast, we found out that having ears to hear God's word is crucial if we are those who are called to speak his word and bring his kingdom to this earth. Experiencing the impartation of God's word through his family is life. As this time in his presence blessed you, then please subscribe to our podcast at live behind the veil dot com. If you would like to contact the family with questions or topics that you would like to discuss, you can email them to living epistles at live behind the veil dot com. Stay connected, tuned in and grow with the family as the lord unveils his word to us live. Behind the veil.
FDA authorizes 1st COVID-19 shots for infants, preschoolers
"Federal regulators have paved the way for the nation's youngest kids to start getting COVID-19 vaccine shots next week The FDA has authorized the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines for children 5 and under Vaccinating our youngest children we hope to prevent the most devastating consequences of COVID FDA commissioner Robert caliph says statistics showing the viruses the 5th leading cause of death in kids ages one to four are unnerving and the deaths are preventable CDC advisers are now debating how to use the tot sized vaccines Two shots from Moderna three from Pfizer FDA vaccine chief Peter marks says both will do the job Parents should feel comfortable getting either one of these Sagar Meghani Washington
A Birthday Message to Trump From Compton
"I got my name's James kluge has a YouTube channel I'm not sure if he's on rumble but he's funny He had this video again I can't vouch for the authenticity of it I wasn't there but this is pretty hilarious Just a little bit of comic relief for you So Donald Trump's birthday yesterday President Trump So he did this video and he said listen he's out of now I don't know where it is Somewhere it looks like Donald Trump's birthday You want to say something to people And he gets his couple This older couple They just lose it He should be in jail Orange jumpsuit lock them up Leg irons Peter Navarro style Now the couple happens to be white and this guy you'll see comes up in the middle of this This is about a minute long this segment It's a longer thing but I had to cut a minute of it And this guy comes up and he's like I love Donald Trump man I'm from Compton and the people these older would appear to be white liberals They're so stunned You can see that this young black man is a Donald Trump's brother They're like you voted for Donald Trump I hope I got this is the left summed up in one clip You check this out That's pretty gnarly We're going to double down on that Bad man He's a bad guy Man he's caused untold harm to our country He needs to go away and go to prison where he belongs I can't wait to see him in an orange jumpsuit What does he need to go to prison for For all the crimes that he's committed Like what Like oh trying to overthrow our country Hello Where have you been dude Did you Ryan No Did he tell him to go do that Yeah he did tell him to go do that did you watch the rally I did I can literally memorize the quotes You're hopeless If you don't see it you're hoping What are you telling them to go do that Exactly Like what part of it the speech Where did he say Let's fight If you don't fight we're not going to have a country You mean the quote fight like hell oh yeah Bernie Sanders said that a lot of other Democrats said that and then when Trump say that then it's bad right Dude you're a Trump fan Oh yes I am Oh yeah and I'm from cops And guess what And I'm from Compton California
FDA advisers weigh COVID-19 shots for babies, young children
"Federal health advisers will decide today whether to endorse COVID-19 vaccine shots for the youngest Americans Kids under 5 are the only ones in the U.S. not yet eligible for the vaccines Food and Drug Administration independent advisers are considering taut sized doses from Pfizer and Moderna and will vote separately on each as their meeting today began FDA vaccine chief doctor Peter marks said more than 440 kids under the age of four had died during the pandemic and while that's far fewer than adult deaths Every life is important And a vaccine preventable deaths are ones that we would like to try to do something about FDA reviewers say both brands appear safe and effective for kids as young as 6 months old If the vaccines clear all regulatory hurdles shots should be available next week Sagar Meghani Washington
Pete Hegseth: Progressives Were Welcomed Marxists for Decades
"Peter I watched you on Fox and Friends this morning discussing that exact point That the leftists who started this school reformation project or whoever the whatever euphemisms they like to call this cultural corruption They wrote openly about they were not hiding this It wasn't in any way cryptic They wrote about it You document it It's right there They told you what they wanted to do And we just dropped the ball on this over the course of decades It's true And they actually the progressive's member progressive is a term we use to a political ideology today It was a political movement in the early 20th century They looked reasonable even patriotic when compared to some of the anarchists that were committing political assassinations and communists at the time So they were tolerated In fact even welcomed later on Marxist who landed at Columbia University at the most preeminent teachers college and what did they push at that teacher's college in Columbia critical theory critical theory is premised on the deconstruction of the west of the western structures We know it today as critical race theory and critical gender theory but Hemingway once said things happen gradually until they happen suddenly And then COVID-19 when the classroom came into our homes and parents were mortified by the gender pronouns being talked to 7 year olds in the 1619 Project that was the suddenly aspect to the hundred years that preceded it where they took control of every I'm not kidding Dan and you know this Every aspect of the educational industrial complex teachers colleges unions of course we know that curriculum now today testing and standards So if you want to become a teacher in 99% of schools you have to go through that pipeline and pay homage to the progressive view of the world
Peter Navarro: Liz Cheney Is a Washington, D.C. Little Brat
"Right In the entire history of our republic this has never happened This unprecedented And I mean it's the cherry on top of the weaponization of Congress's investigatory powers It's shameful it's wrong And look retaken back Trump's Americas It's also if you get your money's work because it's a blueprint for putting Trump back in office but most importantly in the short run is taking Pelosi the hell out of there and getting Trump Republicans in charge of the Congress Maybe we can get our economy back in shape Maybe we can get our border secure Maybe we can stand up to the Chinese Maybe we can have a political system and a legal system that works We don't have that now And Peter one last quick thought Thank you Thank you April One last quick thought about 30 seconds left in this segment Your thoughts on Liz Cheney and Adam kinzinger playing along with this ridiculous unconstitutional outrageous sideshow trying to suppress people's free speech your thoughts on that Can you just be useful idiot I mean he's out of his Cheney is much more dangerous She hates Donald Trump because Trump called her daddy dick for all the people he killed in the Middle East and the treasury we wasted So there's a blood feud going on there He is in no sense a Republican He's in no sense of representative Wyoming She's a Washington D.C. little brat who grew up under the wing of a guy who really wound up killing a lot of people around this world with their responsible endless war policy That's what I think about Liz Cheney
Peter Navarro: There's No Legislative Purpose to Testifying on Jan. 6
"Peter one of the things I find fascinating about this is this was a congressional subpoena correct To appear in front of the committee Now as you well know and I'm sure your lawyers know those congressional subpoenas Congress is not a law enforcement body They have to have a legislative purpose What was the legislative purpose may I ask of Peter Navarro who had nothing to do with January 6th at all What was the legislative purpose of you being called in front of the January 6th committee I absolutely none And when I argued Dan and my civil suit is what they're doing is pursuing a judicial function violating separators and powers engaging in judge jury executioner type behavior behind legally what they call a facially valid legislative function And this is one of the things See I think one of my missions here Dan I'm going to stand up for the constitution I'm going to stand up for the country I'm going to stand as a commander in chief I'd love to get my case in the Supreme Court because there's some deep issues here that for 5 years the 7 Democrats on that kangaroo committee tried through first the Russia hoax which is discredited two fully impeachment trial Stan and three three House resolutions to take Trump out of office on bogus grounds It's like a coup d'etat It's simply a violation of separation of powers And by the way the committee in and of itself does not have what's called a ranking minority member In other words a Republican that was just put in charge there in order to cooperate with the committee chair And under the House rules under the committee rules they're supposed to have that in order to be able to issue legal and enforceable subpoenas They don't have that I mean it's an illegal committee pursuing a judicial rather than a legislative function that violates separation of
Peter Navarro: Dems Weaponize the Judicial Process in a Partisan Way
"On that note there's only two guys who have been prosecuted for this thing and put in leg irons And that's Steve Bannon and I who are in The White House with the president and we are also the only two guys who have been prosecutor also sanctioned by the Chinese Communist Party okay Just saying right So anyway it's like two minutes but literally began Check this out Two minutes before I'm supposed to go into the magistrate and I'm trying to put my shoelace back on they say oh we got a public defender for you I go what's that all about So they screw up you get me legal counsel at the outset screw up my Miranda rights try to stick me with a public defender Very nice person But not a constitutional law specialist like I needed at the time right And so look it's a show trial Dan You said it's so obvious what they're doing but it's so dangerous Dan Weaponizing the judicial process in a partisan way And by the way
Peter Navarro Told the FBI He'd Agree to Voluntary Surrender
"The next day I tell the Justice Department attorney in a letter saying hey I'm stuck in this constitutional problem I have to honor executive privilege Do my duties in my country You comment at me as I did is there a way I give them an attorney to call But here's the most important thing again That same night Wednesday night I call Walter Giordano who's the special agent FBI guy who had banged on my door the week earlier and gave me a subpoena And I said to him Dan Walter whatever you need You got another subpoena You don't need to wake me up in the morning just come a cooperate any sane unique That's Wednesday Yeah right Right Friday I'm scheduled to go to see Mike Huckabee in Nashville for a show and bearing the lead here I literally live 50 yards across the street from both the Justice Department and the FBI I'm sitting here looking at both of those buildings right now And what they could have easily done and I've talked to FBI agents about this Is a range of voluntary surrender as you described It's like it's the white collar fraud unit that's going after me but there's no fraud involved there It's just a technical violation It's like a you know it's crazy stuff So instead of doing that they went full metal jacket on me They let me get up and eat breakfast Go to the airport wait to board the plane and as soon as I get on the jet way they bring three behind me and two in front of me and the first thing out of my mouth then is I want to call somebody for legal advice And I say that twice they don't let me do that They give it to a half assed job reading my Miranda
"peters" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"Do I want to do I want to live in New York, going to Columbia, being able to basically be like, I'm exhausted, and I need new inspiration. And I'm just going to leave the country because I can right now. That felt great. And I don't know if that's something that might be necessary for me to write good books. Oh yeah, I mean, this is a funny thing about Hollywood also in my experience is that being good at one thing, and maybe this is just kind of all art right now, but it's like so specialization is so sort of of the past and I think more in a moment of like, well, if you can do this, you can definitely also do this. Immediately right now with no training, just like hit the ground running and you might not have had context or like Ben in this situation before, but it's actually due on Tuesday. So I feel like that moment is sort of where we are, which can be very exciting and also can be really overwhelming because it's like constantly thrust into situations where I think this I think this decision comes up again and again of like, okay, someone says I can do this but like is that what I want to do and also how much pressure do I want to put on myself to learn actually what is an entirely different skill? Like writing for television and being a novelist, it's like that's not even the same, but you know it's this idea of like, well if you're a writer, you're a writer and it's like, no, this is actually a totally different job. Some people just do this job. You know, some people just like there's not, but yeah, so I certainly hear you. For me, it's been, it has been cool to collaborate. Like that has been the other thing that's been, so it's lonely writing books. And I think out of a place of loneliness and so suddenly there's when I also am like, oh, I want to be an artist and I'll just like go to the Woods and think of my ideas and be deep or whatever. You know, or I could like hang out in like a room of funny people, you know, for a couple of fall into that trap. You don't want to, you think you want to be in a room of funny people, but we'll offline this conversation. That's good to know. Maybe you're like what it really is just like the romance of having a community. Like my favorite time writing was when I moved to Brooklyn and in 2013 and I was like all these trans women were moving to Brooklyn. And our trans people, but the scene that of writers, I was almost like really trans woman and a lot of them have gone on to publish books and done pretty well, but there was this period where we were all like, you know, writing the equivalent of like little zines together and we'd like to go to a bar and share, do our readings in front of 5 or 6 people and get drunk and argue and like the whole world was both like our social lives together and also like these are writing together and I always want that. Like I want I want whenever I read about scenes like I read about the Harlem renaissance I read about Paris in the 20s or just there's that like Donna tartt and Jay mcgarry or whatever in the 80s I'm just like I want that. I want to be around. I don't want to do this alone and you're 40. I'm 40. It's harder and harder to not kind of do it alone right now. Yeah, I mean, that's certainly my experience what you're talking about too. I mean, you know, it's like you start when you stand up, you start at open mics, and it's not just an audience, there's like literally 60 other people there. That are waiting to do the same thing. You're doing. And I think, I don't know, I feel like this is true for a lot of art careers. I don't know, maybe listeners could tell me if it's true in other fields too. But it is sort of, it does feel like it's connected to like I would imagine if you start somewhere as a receptionist or like an assistant or something, you're also have a community of other people who do that. The further you're going in your career, or whatever somebody's job is, they're like a med student, you know, it's like the further you're going, I do think there's an isolation that comes with progress, like with forward progress, that is really hard. Yeah, I think it's really hard, because yeah, I didn't get into my job to never see another person. My heart, my heart, my stand up heart got broken a few years ago when I was like realizing that my whole job was just being in hotel rooms by myself, which is actually currently where I am in a hotel room by myself. But I was just like, I can't fucking deal with this anymore, you know? And so it took a lot of steps in my life to sort of undo that I saw it on the horizon, just endless hotel rooms and was like, no, I can't..
"peters" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"Person was asked about their queer person and they were asked if they had ever slept with a person of the opposite sex. It was so weird because it's like a sports figure. And it also, to me, it just was like this moment that crystallized all of this. Like how interviews, you know, I've done so many interviews where it's like, how did your parents take it? Is like one of the biggest questions where I'm like, that is not even about me. And also, I mean, you're like trauma fishing. You know, you want the most painful thing. And it's not even anything about me. Also, those two decades ago, many things have happened in my life since then. Just as the fixation with things like that, I was just like, oh, there has to be, you know, is there a show where just queer people talk to each other? And weirdly, I mean, there's just a few years ago, like there really wasn't. Like there wasn't really a show where it was like mostly I don't talk about, you know, the moment of like, when did you know whatever it is? Like I mostly don't talk about that. Because it's like, it's not really where most people that I talk to are. So I kind of talk about where we are now. Yeah. And if you did, you'd get the same story. I'd be like, let's hear the same iteration of the story over and over and over. Every week, it's the same thing. So what are you up to right now? And you don't have to, you don't even have to take that in an art sense because I know after you do a big thing, sometimes people want to know what you're doing there, but what are you up to in general? I'm like at a crossroads. I'm like, so the show decided to show the book got optioned as a show. And I wrote the.
"peters" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"Yeah, divorce is like a horrific process. And I think part of what made it so also positive for me is that, you know, it's that it doesn't matter how healthy you are. In a long-term partnership, you do merge things with another person. You merge like friend groups, you merge goals. Compromise. You create a life together. It's like there is still a separate life, but there's also this shared whole set of hopes and dreams and routine and normalcy and all of this stuff. And I think what I found is that when that person that you built that with goes away, in my experience, you don't keep that. It's not like it's not like that shared thing now, each of you gets half of it. Like it's some asset. It's like, that actual whole life goes away. So there's still the life that I had, but this shared life is just a burst bubble. And I do think that that is one of those situations that we don't find ourselves in that often. So often in life, we're building going forward and then just moving on that track. But it's like coming out processes or changing wildly changing a career process. It's like those processes in that it just is a total restart. Which we just don't get that often in life. And it can do two things. Like when you go through it, my divorce and my transition were aligned. And so and they sort of acted on each other to make the whole thing more exponential. But, you know, it was the idea of like, okay, once you lose something, then it's really hard going forward to not grip whatever you have left. So tightly, you know, so you're like, I'm not going to do anything because if I make any other choices, I made a decision to transition and it cost me a lot. So what I've learned is making decisions or going forward is very painful. I'll just make no decisions and no forward movement afterwards, you know? And like having to get through all that, having to basically be like, yeah, I could lose it all again. Something could happen. And that's still means like, I have to keep going forward. I mean, that's a lot of what the book is about to me. Is just keep on making decisions, keep on moving forward and not kind of getting stuck because you've made a couple of huge decisions and you can't go back. I mean, and that's sort of it. It's like, okay, you've made a big decision to transition. You made a big decision to divorce or whatever it is. And then now you're faced with, should you have it? Should you have a kid? And that's another thing that once you've made that decision, your life before you've had a kid, is not recuperating. You know, you can't just be like, oh, no, no. I changed my mind. I'll go back. That life is gone. And I'm interested in this moment. I'm interested in how people deal with them, and what you have to know in order to make those decisions. Well, I want to ask before, and it sort of reflects me. You were just mentioning the experience of somebody who's detransitioning is, I think, dealt with very delicately in that it is just like describing one person's experience in this book and you're very careful about it and it's clear that that's true. But because it's in the title and because this is a topic that can be used against trans folks, I'm just very curious about the experience of, you know, deciding to include that, deciding to include in the title and any response that you might have gotten around that from like, say, jackasses who didn't read the thing. You know, I just think it's the actual book is it's very, it's just very clear. But you know, not everybody is trying to not everybody's trying to give other people the benefit of the doubt. So as it turns out, some people read in bad faith. That's correct. That's exactly right, yeah. Yeah, I mean, for me, I had self published. I was part of this trans scene in Brooklyn, and it was like small press. And I'd self published and a lot of the stuff we did was sort of provocative, and I was like, kind of in that habit, and when I thought of the title, but I actually, in the end, the title wasn't just like provocation for the sake of provocation. Like I really, I really, it was a very important title to me. And for the concept of detransition, I feel that I feel entitled to talk about that because I've transitioned, which means that the prospect of detransition looms for me. It's a possibility for me. And therefore, I want to think about it. And usually detransition why people don't talk about it is it's been weaponized against trans people, as though that concept doesn't belong to us, as though it's not something that we face. And so then people then, because it's been weaponized against us, people are afraid to touch it, like you're like animating the weapon. If you touch it. But for me, I'm like, no, this is a possibility for me. I could. I could have detransitioned. You know, something could happen in my life. Who knows? Maybe one day I will. And so I want the right to talk about it. I want the right to and I think that talking about the sort of stuff de stigmatizes it, takes away the shame. Around it. And so the part of the idea of making a sort of integral to the book was to kind of reclaim it and then also a little bit to say so what about it? The thing that most people like to hear me say is, oh, you know, most people do transition not because they're wrong about their gender, but because life as a trans person is really hard. Yeah, and that's in the book, for sure. That's in it, yeah. Yeah. But there's a part of me that's like, that's not even the most interesting question here. The most interesting question, we're talking about divorce. We're talking about irrevocable decisions, right? The interesting thing to me is because the weaponized story is to say, okay, let's say you detransition and then you regret it. I mean, that's very rare, and so the answer politically is to push back and be like, that never happens. It's not why people do transition. But I'm kind of like, all right, let's take that on. Like, let's ask that question. So what we want to do is we want to outlaw the possibility for regret because there's so many ugly things in that thing that if you transition and then you detransition. Now you're what? Some sort of monster, like you've deformed your body forever. That's a horrible thing that's in that weaponized discussion. And I know lots of people do transition. And yes, some things that they did with hormones are irrevocable. And they're happy. They like their bodies. They found like a metal place. They're cool with it. And so to basically be like, no, actually detransitioning is like a viable possibility. Maybe it makes you happy to transition and detransition. That's one thing. And then even beyond that, I'm kind of like, all right, let's say you regret it. Lots of times, people like move across the country for a new job. And you move across the country, and it doesn't work out, and you have to come home with your tail between your legs. Nobody says, in response to that person, well, never move nobody ever should ever move across the country for jobs. Outlaw this because you could regret it. So everybody stay at home in your house as working the same jobs. You've always worked because you might regret it if you do a career change..
"peters" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"I mean, I think something else that in what you're into the life that you're describing, it's like that also feels a little bit generational in that I mean, I know how old you are, but I'm 40. And I feel like when you oh, awesome. Hello. Hello, fellow party. So from Illinois, in fact. Yes, we're the same person. Hi, neighbor. Friend and neighbor. Wow, that's beautiful. Yeah, so I feel like my parents generation was like that first generation of women who worked and then some like didn't work and had kids, but some worked the whole time. And so I feel like, I mean, and I was also raised in a very Catholic community, so some of this is skewed by that. But blended families in divorce and re partnering was not something that I think was like positively talked about at all. And I had friends who, as their parents were splitting up, like one of my closest friends, as her parents were splitting up, it was like, you know, it was just like very doom and gloom situation because, you know, it just was like, we were just in a really, there was just a very it was a huge transitional moment, I think, in terms of whether or not people stay in marriages that aren't working for them. That was like what people were doing. Women couldn't have their own bank accounts. So you can't leave a marriage if you don't have your own bank account. So anyway, now I feel like I have friends, you know, it's like my friends, it's not my parents, and now it's like my friends who are raising families in larger groups than just like a marital duo. And it's not that divorce doesn't seem to be difficult on kids because I do think watching your parents split up or even if they're not partnered, you know, like that we still do live in a paradigm of like there's a mom and a dad and they stay together forever. We still live in that paradigm, but I've also seen how positive it is for these kids who have a sort of kind of what you're talking about. People who bring different skills into their life and also the ability to adapt to a lot of stuff. My parents are awesome. It's great that they're still together. But I also didn't like I wasn't afforded the opportunity to have close relationships with other adults. And I just have seen how much that can benefit my friend's kids and kids in my life that have that going on. It's like actually quite cool. Yeah. I mean, I really, I think it's the thing is I think it's good for adults, which is what makes it good for the kids. Oh, there you go. There we go. Yeah, it's like the adults are all happy. Like in our world, the people who don't want to be married to each other who don't want to share a bed no longer have to. And then they can bring their best self to their kids. And meanwhile, it's really hard to raise a kid. You know, I have only a quarter of the perception of what it would be like to be raising a kid full time, but people need breaks and to be able to sort of be like, you know, grace dad of grace dad is like, you know, I want to go away with his new girlfriend for the weekend. It's not like I can't do that. It's like, oh yeah, sure, gray I'll stay with me or gray I'll stay with his actual aunt or and so like all the adults are like happy and then when they and excited and then we hang out with gray and I think it works better. I mean and I also think that there's something to be said for divorce as a process to like teach you about yourself. Like I love divorce women. Like I just think that they are like yes, I have 16 you say this. I love them, you know? They've had to examine themselves. They've had this failure or this reckoning and they like know the right questions to ask. They know how to look at themselves because divorce is really painful. And unless you want to do another one, you got to know a bit about who you are and know a bit about what you want and what you don't want. And all of that stuff, there's reasons why I talk about it on the Internet in terms of how it influenced my book. But in terms of my family, I actually think it's great that every single dollar in gray's life has been divorced and that we're all like, yeah, we're not really going to buy into all that. We're going to do it the way that works for us, like we're not going to we're not going to we're not just going to jump into to maybe some prescriptive ways of doing that. Wait, Tori, are you a divorcee? I'm a divorce. I don't know why, I don't know how I didn't. I too am a divorcee. And divorce I was 40 year old divorced. Yes. Beautiful. Also, I feel like Thor hair is a different length. We do have sort of the same color going on. So yeah. We've got a lot of swoopy. Blond. Yeah. I agree. I mean, I think for me, it is, it's like,.
"peters" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"So, it's very sexy. You're gonna love it. Enjoy the episode. I'm stolen darling I know I know I know it's careless. Hi. Hi. I always have guests introduced themselves to introduce yourself. Sure, I'm Torrey Peters. I'm the author of detransition baby, which is a novel. Which I loved. It's so good. And congratulations. I know that it's also gotten a ton of positive response, which is all deserved. Thank you. Yeah, it's been a pretty funny year for me because my first two novellas were self published and for like an imagined audience of 8 people. So this has been something of a change. Yeah, maybe talk a little bit about that. You know, I feel like everybody I knew was talking about this book, but I also have nerd friends who read a lot. So I don't really know what the experience was like of publishing it and how that response was like for you to receive. I mean, it was really different because what my actual experience about it was during pandemic and what people told me were really different. The dream was always like, you publish a book and you see somebody reading it on the train or something. Totally. But it's like, I just didn't take the train that much. And if my dad was like, oh, that person's masked. I have no idea who they are. What they're feeling about the book, even if I were to see them. But I was gratified to get a bunch of pictures of people reading it like the queer section of speech, you know, just like people out on their blankets. Which is the beach in New York. Yeah, the beach in New York. It's like the one in the rockaways where in front of the old ponza hospital or like all the queers. And it's kind of like a scene. So that my book attended a speech. I was really gratifying to me. Yeah, and do you think maybe you could just tell me a little bit about vague overview of what de transition babies about? Sure. I have my elevator pitch down, I think. I bet you saw the story of Reese. Who is sort of like fleabag, but trans and in Brooklyn, like her life's a bit messy. She's dating married men. She's unsure what to do next. And the action kicks off when her acts aims, who used to be a trans woman named Amy, but detransitioned gets his boss Katrina pregnant and then re approaches Reese with a proposal for them to become a triad and an unconventional family. And that's just the first chapter. There's no support, isn't that? It's just kind of just get that drama in and then just go from there. Right, yeah. Although, I mean, I guess I will say it's like, well, at least for me reading it, like, yes, that's like a really dramatic setup. And in a fun way where I was like, oh, great. I can't wait to find out what happens. But then also, I mean, it's not like twists and turns. I think for like the sake of twists and turns, like it actually is like a character study. Of these three people and especially of recent aims and going back through their life together and I think that's for me anyway what really stood out to.
"peters" Discussed on Everyonecast
"See him as a suck up like coenen can play off of everybody and he will add to the comedy fallon i think is a momentum killer and i don't think he plays off bits very well conan will ride. He make the most awkward interview. Funny and you know. He's a magician. He really knows how to own a room to. I saw something i forget. It was some sort of gaming event but conan was paid by like some mobile game company to promote his game. So there's one guy who's in that gaming community. He's known for being like very charismatic. And he was like you know. Leading that whole thing in the event and then conan comes on and just completely steals the show with this completely over the top promotion of this mobile game like it was just so funny the way he like obviously is promoting the game but he was doing so over the top as if it was like the greatest thing in the world like he was both promoting it and making a joke out of it. It was this great. How about dave chapelle. I like dave chappelle lot. I i'm not super Well-versed on everything is done. I no actually. I know dave chapelle more because i started paying attention to him in God the nineties with robinhood many tights and he was chew. And i found love. Mel brooks cottam. And i'm like okay. This guy is great and then you know. Half-baked came out. Which is an amazing movie. I don't even smoke pot. But you know it was such a great movie and I think Killing me softly was the first time i saw him. And i saw that on Comedy central and then he actually came. He was the first comedian i ever saw. He came to mansfield back in two thousand and two. I think he's in a weird position now because like especially with over the summer like he was kind of like the moral voice and you know his his special at rafter. George floyd it's like.
"peters" Discussed on Everyonecast
"Believing that he's right and he's funny enough to to sell his point and go. Oh yeah you know. There's merit to what he says so he's really talented. That and it's obvious that he's a brighter and you know just. I mean he's been doing it thirty years so you know he's got all the talent there so i. I like comedians like that. Who tried that lying and do it. Well and also i didn't know he did it for an entire thirty years. You've got to really love the job to have that kind of dedication. Yeah and he came up to boston. And obviously i mean everything about him. So it's awesome but the boss bosses seen has historically been great and you know they just continue to spit out really really good talent but yeah i think he just turned fifty fifty one and so i don't know he might start at twenty five or whatever. I don't really know the story that well but you know doing comedy for twenty five thirty years. Not that okay. Anybody can be bill burr if they do comedy for thirty years. But you get good horse. Yeah you absolutely. Get good at ten thousand hour rule. Yeah yeah absolutely. I know you didn't mention any one that you don't like in particular. I can mention a few that. I don't like i'll see what you think. I don't think amy schumer is funny at all. I think amy schumer had a window where she was really good. And when i forget that. I must have missed that window okay. So when she came on the roasts It would have been like in. I'm going to guess two thousand ten somewhere around there I remember she had a special out where i don't remember the name of the special. But she's wearing pink. I'm not great with colors. Pink or red dress of a short skirt. She was really funny in that special. And then the last one i saw i think it was the leather special. It looked like netflix gave her a whole lot of money and she was like. I guess i'll do jokes. And she just like drank a bottle of wine on stage and i. It was hard for me to get through. I think amy schumer talented. I think if she actually writes. And isn't you know. I don't know what the situation was. I don't know if she was just overload with doing her. Show a comedy central or you know. Any acting train was out around then. I don't know but it seemed like from a performance. I think it was less leather special from that performance. Seemed like stand up was the least of priorities and it was really sad because like she has a quick sense of humor. And i mean at least from the roast and i know she probably has writers helping her but that was i was real. Let down by that. We'll maybe if you get a big pile of money ahead of time. Maybe there's less incentive who knows. Yeah yeah there's There's a couple of others. I had in mind not necessarily comedians. But i'm not personally of most late night. Talk show hosts so i think conan is hilarious is my favorite. But i think jimmy.
"peters" Discussed on Everyonecast
"Aunts We my dad did eulogy than either of us so it was just the two groups. I guess and i knew i was going to do. Stand up that night. So i actually my. I was all about my grandpa. Because i did that at his eulogy and like a variation of it but the story is i did at the eulogy. I did it the open. Mike and i mean i crushed at the eulogy like people inside the church were laughing and i'm like okay cool and who knows i mean You know i've got a joke about doing a similar thing in my grandma's reception the funeral and they work at a boomy. Saw me like my grandpa. my grandpa died. They're going to be generous. But it's always hard for me to gauge. My i said at the open mic because in that was material about how like i got on stage and i was still wearing a tie because it was kind of that you know. I didn't have a whole lot of time to change so got there and i'm like yeah you just got done like i just got done. Bury my grandpa today. It's like nine me personally or something like that. I think that's all i opened it. So at that point. I think they were still in the mindset. Were like dudes grandpa died. Let's be nice to him. But i think it went really well. I know the second study did went very well in the third set i bombed horribly so like that was kinda my progression in but i mean i got off stage and i took a friend with me and she was like all great. Who knows i mean you know. She could have been nice. But i think it went pretty well but in there i did meet. Some people came up to me afterward and say hey you know Nice to meet you. I'm so and so and please come back and so it was. It was a good experience. I would not have thought that a eulogy at a funeral would be the factor to give you the confidence to perform in that open mic. That's pretty crazy. No honestly like that was the second eulogy i'd given. I had a friend of mine in maryland who died of cancer. Like i think he was thirty. Twenty nine thirty and his widow. I guess She asked me to give the eulogy. And i we're like we're good friends but we weren't super close but i was journalist and i just i go into every situation kind of detached because that's kind of how we're trained so you know i'm like okay. Well you know i. It's probably great that i'm not super close to them because i can remove myself a little easier than his other friends would be so i went up there and i wrote some sad stuff but that's not my personality that it wasn't his personality so i tried to get laughs at that eulogy as well so i mean if this comedy thing doesn't work out i can just go do eulogies all over the place so you got that backup plan so you are a journalist. I was going to ask what you were doing before the comedy. Because you said you star late thirty three right..
"peters" Discussed on Everyonecast
"I'm anthony saw. This is mike. Peters how're you doing anthony men. I'm doing great. how are you doing. Well can't really complain. Yeah so. You're a comedian stan for five years. That's quite a while. You must be pretty good at this point. Hopefully i don't know that's debatable. I think so. But there are days. When i don't think so and a lot of people grew with me but the most part yeah once he gets about four or five years. You're pretty comfortable and you know they're always good nights and bad nights but yeah it's it's all a lot of fun is it like an actual career at this point for me. It is i do a lot of producing work and Right before the pandemic i was really paying all my bills. Doing comedy and running shows and everything around the new york area so Just got that level and then Global pandemic came around so got to restart a little bit but kind of looking forward to the challenge. What do you mean by producing work. i run kind of local business but I produce comedy shows all over the new york. So i'll go to a bar and say okay. Well i have four comedians. I want to put on tonight and charge of. Are you know three. Or four hundred dollars and then You know do three or four shows a week so that was how as making Most of my money and then now with the pandemic with a pandemic i you know shifted a little bit too producing podcasts. So i've got mine and then i've got I host another one. That hasn't been released yet but i produced three more. So it's kind of like all encompassed into this one thing where i'm kind of like a it feels like side job side job it. It's totally gig economy for me and just piecing together a living right now. It's kind of fun a lot to juggle. Yeah but it keeps me out of trouble. you must know a lot of comedians. Then if you're able to go round different venues and have comedians on your way and set them up with certain shows you have a soul huge network of people Yeah i think. I have a big numbers guy and i believe i booked a over one hundred fifty people so the talent in you know wherever you live there are dozens..
"peters" Discussed on flavors unknown podcast
"Your opinion matters. Thank you and now. Here is my conversation with bob. Peters a high. Bob welcome to the show. Flavors are known day. How are you doing so good so good to be on your show..
"peters" Discussed on On Shuffle
"Welcome listeners. . This is sound. . Only I'm Justin charity and I Mike Peters where your sound only co hosts here to record our deepest darkest thoughts about the twenty first century. . In the millennial lifestyle, , we're talking about rap music video games, , anime youtube social media, , and the wider Internet. . This week were talking about versus the popular. . Instagram live turned apple music web video series, , which pits to musicians against one another to musical acts. . I should say against one another in a competitive DJ set with the to musical acts in virtual attendance. . Mike, , LESCO let's talk about it. . Let's let's let's talk about versus let's talk about versus the first one. . Was In March we should say that it is <hes>. . Timberlands. . Baby a first. . Right. . Timberlands, , wispy stimulus whispers, , baby <hes>. . They basically would have rumored placards like this is the this is the title card for next week it might be ti versus somebody, , and then an ends up being somebody else. . Well, , tears is to that's the Ti yes, , racist. . Stand up just like sh- ti and tip need to just go ahead and settle their differences and realize the police also out here you understand. . Right. . So the verses series is really Thing that came out of like mutual adoration. . I. Would . Say Lake it was because I mean, , the thing is when you hear verses, , you see like it style is with the Z. and inflames and Times New Roman and superimposed over stuff you think that it's like a battle but it's not really no well first of all I think club, , Promo? ? Fliers. . Cobra. . PROVO <hes>. . Yeah. . Ladies. . Get Him free before eleven the yeah. But . I mean it's actually Nothing like that. . I mean it's religious people playing music that they like at a room together. . Right. . But in a weirdly competitive context <hes>, , yes we should give a rundown of some of them like the match up so far for versus. . You know it's been almost a couple dozen of them including Nellie verses, ludicrous. , . Teddy Riley versus baby face <hes> DJ premier versus Rizza Erica by dovers Joe Scott t pain versus Lil Jon. . Yes. . Yes. . <hes>. . So last week the most recent versus matchup Rick Ross against two chains, , which is a match up that you and I had. . Or have a lot of opinions about. . Yeah, , you'd like we we do have a lot of opinions about this I. . I genuinely believe that there was a period of time around two, , thousand sixteen, , where like two chains was. . You now top five top three wrappers in the world and he wasn't like three you know but I mean like been again a lot of people find that view heretical I. . Mean why heretical I dunno that add on moment that's the thing he had though that he had a moment on top of a moment you know what I mean he had a sort of I guess in rap you would think of it as a sort of emeritus moment where was that? ? We recognize the two chains had been long enough in he and we also all realized that he's deceptively old and so everyone was just like yeah to changes elder statesman now. . Yeah I mean yeah. . Basically. . Care One. . We he somehow graduated to that stat. . Like yeah. . He also like he has graduated to having Justice League VIZSLA and his record, , he has like old like Rafferty go to the league that <hes> the rule the world record was that Justice League I can't remember was that cool and dry. . How am I it? ? Sounds more characteristic where we yeah. . But anyway, , it doesn't matter like I do. . Like the the point is that I'd I'd love to change deeply however this was a lopsided match-up. . However however. . Because fat boy got songs. . We Cross got songs come on a few days before this versus battle happen when it was announced immediately went to ringer slack and I said the people who organized this are masochists right. . To changes great but to chains is not to change is a lanky. . Okay. . Pal. . Riding. . You like I understand at like as a person as a person who had the Rick Ross grunt as his text message tone for. . Two years. . I'm saying that you need to chill out what I'm saying no, , but I'm I'm asking I'm asking, , did you study the concept of inertia in high school because that's that's crosses physical advantage against two chains is. . Right right but all that aside. . You know and it's making me not WanNa take your point because you 'cause you be in like this about it but. . To as best moments are on other people's songs like or they are like obscure mix tape because. . <hes> I mean like I am immediately thinking of his versus fighting and the club by in this a song from I twenty like you don't even remember who that is like. . The. . The fact that there are few songs that Tuesday's really carries on his own and also like if I can. . Keep it a stack fifty with you. . The big radio hits are not really my favorite to that way to put it to, , and especially because the big radio hits chains are kind of all over the place and so they're hard to build a coherent like theory of the case of two genes.
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"So what happened when when it didn't happen. Yeah I know. The hurricane came on in slapped predicting and They when stuff like that happens they just ignore it. They just pretend like it never happened. They just move on they. Just move on. Because that's that's one of the things I've always been fascinated with. They'll make these great claims of you know it's kind of like the people who predict the end of the world on this day it's GonNa end and then the next day they're like okay. Open your bibles to chapter whatever and it's like life just goes on like as if nothing happened. How is it and you coming from a background of this? At least you know when you were younger what what does a person in this movement. Think of when. They're promised something from their prophet or their teacher or the person who basically says if you do this then this will happen when it doesn't happen one they think and and what. I've seen a few people I've talked to. They basically think oh man that means. I'm not good enough. That means I don't have enough faith. Is that basically what happens? When people don't get their their amazing dreams fulfilled by the false teacher. What happens that's right. Yeah it's their fault Because if you begin with the premise that it is always God's will be healed a person prays for that healing for days weeks months some people for years some people for decades but the healing never comes then. The question is well whose fault is by definition. It can't be God's fallen Bhagat's I gotta be your so guess who's left cheerful. Somebody asked you this when you were when you were young Is that what she is? That how you took it like when this guy said if you go to the Miracle Healing Service and then you leave the next day you know. You're you're still the same. How did how did that affect you at that time? Yeah I did it. It It it threw me for a loop in fact even tried to. I was so expecting it to happen. And then it didn't happen. I even tried to convince myself. Oh a little something happened I I think I think I can. I think I can move my right hand a little bit better now. I was just grasping at straws thinking. Like certainly something happened But of course it didn't you know When when Jesus healed someone in the New Testament it was a full complete total irreversible irrefutable. The whole town was amazed. Yes right and Non Of this stupid psychosomatic stuff that we see from these faith. Ealing charlatans the video that I've seen going around a lot is the guy who who's in in his what he calls evangelism. He's going up to people and saying you know. Do you have one leg shorter than the other light. Yeah and then he makes the thing grow using. I think it's like an old old school. Yeah trick it's an old trick. Yeah huckster have been doing that for for decades. Fifty seventy five years. They've been doing that. Maybe longer. Tons of people follow these. They fall for it. It's a total it's sleight of hand. It's just. He's slowly manipulating the angle of one of the feed. As compared to other one like he'll he'll pull the he'll out a little bit to make it look like it's growing or or even swinging the legs very slowly to to the side and I. There's there's kind of expose videos on YouTube. How he does this. But but it's it's total and so based on the fact that the person want so much to be healed just like you and your experience with well I think my thumbs moving a little bitter. That kind of thing they they just fall into a tight. That's right it's it's so sad when my wife and I when we were expecting one of our sons we have four boys and so I think it was on the fourth one We were expecting boy and one of my one of my wife's friends was asking her Do you want a boy or a girl and wife was like well? It'd be nice to have a girl I have no idea what that'd be like and this woman basically said well. Here's what you do you get you go out and buy a little red dress. You hang it inside of of the room that the kids are going to be the kids room and you just tell God that you want a girl and you will get a girl and we were just dumbfounded. I thought it was a joke. But then now she really thought that this lady in that movement and she was basically saying you can get what you want if you tell God what to do like to me. That's the most offensive part. Yeah we're telling God what to do. He's right that's right it's just. It's it's blasphemous it's crazy. Yeah and here in just in the last few weeks as of this recording you know the the whole Bethel thing with that little girl all of Who died girl? The girl is all over the news where yeah girl at a church. She is and the people in this church. Bethel basically was one of the leaders who said. Let's pray for her that God would raise her from the dead. Yeah so I'm sure you were following. That story what happened there. Yeah this little girl Two years old or so tragically died the girl. Little Girl's mother Callie. I I think I'm saying this right highly. Gall was there last night but Kelly is one of the lead singers on in Bethel music that comes Bethel Church Bethel music so wildly popular these. Yeah and Beth Laura in Redding California okay. So she's one of the leading singers and Bethel music and so since he was kind of in a place of leadership in the church. You know this became a big deal. Her their little toddler little girl died so they started having a series of meetings where they were literally Eddy. They were they. Were not just asking God to raise little olive from the dead. They were actually commanding. All live to come up out of the graving. See this on Youtube video of it. They have this chant. Olive come out of the grave. Come out of the grave in Jesus Name Olive Come. Out of the grave. They're literally it's they weren't humbly asking that I mean he resigned. Twenty-seven pointing man wants to dine in your judgment. If somebody dies I I've never asked God to raise anybody from the death. Yeah you just believe God's word you just believe is already trust in his providence and sovereignty when someone dies their their dad and they go to wherever. They're you know prepared to go but I mean that would that would be weird enough but that they they took it a step beyond they weren't asking God. They were commanding just like Jesus commanded Lazarus come forth. They were doing that to olive expecting it to happened and of course it did. That's tragic you just like first of all that is that is weird. You know for it and so much the stuff that comes out of Bethal. It resembles something more attuned to some weird new age ritual. That happens out in the desert somewhere to some weird stuff yeah And yet this is something that happened this was all over the the American news like PTO unbelievers all over. The world are writing at this. And I'm sure some of our thinking is going to raise this kid or not like. Is this really going to happen? Is it stopped in their mind. Is this stuff really true? And yet here's this I'm biblical group doing a totally UN biblical thing. And of course they didn't get the result. They they wanted because it was the whole thing was just off a million different. Oh Yeah and you just think about the people who were in that church who are wailing and commanding this girl to to rise from the dead and making their demands on God like when it didn't happen what are they thinking so many of them think well something wrong happened. We'RE GONNA go ahead and keep on believing this this stuff but I'm sure a lot of them are like am I in the right place and you know and what what a what a horrible horrible thing and yet this is. The kind of person does the kind of situation you're dealing with all all the time and so so many people here in this conference me included. Just really appreciate the work that you're doing. It's an important work. It's a messy work because when you start getting into people's lives and seeing all these relationships you get a lot of opposition. I'm sure you've had a lot of people who don't exactly love you. Don't exactly has list. We really just appreciate what you're doing again. If you're listening this I would encourage you. Please go to the easiest website to remember for Justin Peters and that's Justin Peters Dot Com. Check out or ORG. I'm glad you're here to direct my error. Justin Peters Dot Org man just an ice. WanNa thank you so much for coming on this podcast and I just wish you. All the best in your. There's a squeaky chair here. Let's it's been dry. I if if we had an a faith that squeak would just begun right if we were heretics at his back. Anyway I just WanNa thank you so much for coming on the show and again if you haven't heard Justin's material yet you gotta get a hold of it and if you have if you're expecting a child don't put a red dress in your closet. 'cause it ain't going to do anything so again. Justin thanks so much for coming Eddie. I appreciate you present you brother. Thank you for your work and I love you guys at living waters and keep it. Keep it up if you've learned anything from this episode or if you've enjoyed this podcast in any way please give it a good review on itunes. This is the best way for other people. Notice Romans Road and give it a list. The more Christians we have learning about evangelism and the more evangelism taking place the more we glorify the Lord Ray Career. If you haven't yet subscribe to this podcast please take a moment to do so now on your phones podcast. App search for Romans Road and then you find it hit subscribe. It's free by doing so. 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"It is. It is part of the fallen world we live in so so that alone is just. I think the big tragedy of this this movement in that it doesn't allow normal people who have their faith in God to just go through the normal suffering that happens in in human life that's right told tragedy that's right so so obviously you're someone who comes from a background it's more than just. L. Let's make fun of these crazy people on TV. This was a personal thing. Just from hanging around the the exhibits arena. I've met people who kind of looked over at unit. That's Justin Peters and I learned this this this woman. I've actually talked just yesterday. I talked to a couple of people who basically were saying that because of your teaching they came out of the faith movement. And so. That's that's A. That's a beautiful thing. How often do you talk to people who are still in it and going through it and dealing with this stuff all the time Eddie All the time now here at this conference llosa's doctorate sound convert so we don't really have a lot of people. Walking around that. Are that are following Benny Hen or Joel. Osteen here but tons and tons of people. Tell me that they were in it. God delivered them out of it. And that's what you would expect from a Christian. A Christian can be in serious error for a season. But once he sees the truth from God's word if he's truly regenerate he's GonNa been the need to that truth And and God pulls people out of that deception of the Holy Spirit is not a weakling if he's strong enough to save us a strong enough to deliver his out of deception. Yeah I mean all the time. I get emails every single day now Eddie from people all over the world that Tell me that God by his good graces in providence have has pulled him out of this deception you know and now just so. I don't forget if someone wants to get a hold of your your conference that's on DVD or any kind of your teaching. Where can they go? You have a website. Yeah they can go to my website. Justin Peters Dot Org. Okay Justin Peters Dot Oregon I feel kind of funny about the name of our website. I promise I'm not trying to be narcissistic. I'm just not I is Eddie. Roman DOT COM. Oh I feel better now. I can relate so whether you have friends and family in this in this movement or not. So what what what do you call? I called the faith movement. What do you call this? Yeah Oh the technical term word of faith but I usually say word faith or okay New Apostolic Reformation. That's kind of a twin movement toward a faith. It's and really what we're seeing today. Is that word of faith in a are are just blending together. Just kind of becoming one monolithic stream. Ar It seems. I kind of look at it as an old heresy in new wrappings with new graphics and just kind of more catering toward the younger crowd. You know so. So yeah whether you have someone that you know personally in this movement or not you need to get Justin's materials and check this out because this will affect you at some point if you talk to people because it's growing and there are probably people around you who are in this very sad and yet very important for Christians to be ready to help. People Guide them out of this movement suggestion. One thing I'd like to do here is tell you about an experience. I had when I was out witnessing and I'm going to get back to this peer story. I started talking about a little bit at the beginning. I don't WanNa go through it and just get your take on why she would believe the things she said. And this this kind of thing so I get done preaching a sermon. And there's a big pierced next to me. I'm the way it's set up You're you're on the kind of.
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"I wanted to be healed. I wanted to be free of my cerebral palsy. And free of my crutches here wanted to be able to run and jump and play like all the other kids you know and do do those kind of things so I was very hopeful about it and Long story short went to see Norrland Fully expecting to be healed and obviously it was not he'll so that was my first exposure to the movement and Let me also say real quickly. Though that some have made the accusation against me that the the reason that I do these seminars is because of that like a revenge right revenge yeah bidder of. I get that a lot but I I think I can honestly say that. Nothing could be further from the truth. I understand now that I'm actually am and I have a much healthier understanding of the sovereignty of God Healthier Theology of human suffering and the purpose behind that that There's not a bitter bone in my body about not being healed I accept this. God's good providence in my life It is it what he is decreed and His grace is sufficient for me is strength is made perfect in weakness and in if I have to live the rest of my life with several palsy. It's okay you know. I've got all of eternity to live without it. Well the amazing thing and the sad thing about the faith movement. These teachers you you. You listed as they present a view of Christianity that basically says any kind of suffering is out of place and he kinda suffering shouldn't be there and so in in that kind of theological background. It would make sense that if you're sick or any any kind of things wrong with you. It should be healed. That's the way things should be. But when you study the Bible for yourself and just read what it says you find a very different picture. You find suffering if you find suffering all over the Bible yes and it is. It is part of the fallen world we live in so so that alone is just. I think the big tragedy of this this movement in that it doesn't allow normal people who have their faith in God to just go through the normal suffering that happens in in human life that's right told tragedy that's right so so obviously you're someone who comes from a background it's more than just. L. Let's make fun of these crazy people on TV. This was a personal thing. Just from hanging around the the exhibits arena. I've met people who kind of looked over at unit. That's Justin Peters and I learned this this this woman. I've actually talked just yesterday. I talked to a couple of people who basically were saying that because of your teaching they came out of the faith movement. And so. That's that's A. That's a beautiful thing. How often do you talk to people who are still in it and going through it and dealing with this stuff all the time Eddie All the time now here at this conference llosa's doctorate sound convert so we don't really have a lot of people. Walking around that. Are that are following Benny Hen or Joel. Osteen here but tons and tons of people. Tell me that they were in it. God delivered them out of it. And that's what you would expect from a Christian. A Christian can be in serious error for a season. But once he sees the truth from God's word if he's truly regenerate he's GonNa been the need to that truth And and God pulls people out of that deception of the Holy Spirit is not a weakling if he's strong enough to save us a strong enough to deliver his out of deception. Yeah I mean all the time. I get emails every single day now Eddie from people all over the world that Tell me that God by his good graces in providence have has pulled him out of this deception you know and now just so. I don't forget if someone wants to get a hold of your your conference that's on DVD or any kind of your teaching. Where can they go? You have a website. Yeah they can go to my website. Justin Peters Dot Org. Okay Justin Peters Dot Oregon I feel kind of funny about the name of our website. I promise I'm not trying to be narcissistic. I'm just not I is Eddie. Roman.
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"Think you got a nickname As a result of that theology Batman. Yeah Yeah Yeah Andrews background with a smirk on his face but They really respond with utter hate. So I mean in a way. They're they're murderous as As planned parenthood. Oh Yeah Yeah. Ver- very very unfortunate Now Justin you. You have a lot of good materials for people to be able to understand this material. I have one of them right here. Clouds without water in this volume two is an updated version of volume. One correct What are what are we? Everybody can get it from Justin Peters Dot Org But really what is the content of this? Yeah it's to DVD's and it's about eight hours of teaching but it's my entire seminar. All the videos have video clips of all these false teachers binney hand Kenneth Copeland Jolo Seen Joyce Meyer Bill. Johnson Joseph Prints and I'll let people see and hear for themselves what they're actually teaching. It's not just me saying well. Kenneth Copeland said I play the clips? You see the video clips. You say what they're teaching right out of the Horse's mouth and then point by point. I corrected from scripture. Just go through and correct it from scripture. So it's It's a critique of the word of faith movement New Apostolic Reformation. Yeah and I think that there's one I'm not sure. Let me know about this. 'cause I've been wondering for a while is one of the most hilarious theology videos that I've seen I think it has Victoria hosting and She said Jesus was manned until God touched him an and she says moments and that's encouraging today and then it breaks over to you know that's heretical. Today is that real. A Rosette edited though. It's a real clip. No it's a real that was originally from you or somebody piece that together. No no yeah. That was mine. I found that video Yes he was leading a like communion Lord's supper search and Yes she's quoted her exactly right. Yeah she said that Jesus was just a man until touched him in his career the inside and that's encouraging day radical Larry seen it Shared I shared every year. Pops up in my memories on facebook You you also have other material as well I'm very found of and I grabbed it. as smif aspires for pastoral ministry. This your book do not hinder them made me rethink the baptism of children. I know we got like a mature. Daryl where where we at here? I understand the Paleo position better. I'll say that understand. It better not completely convinced but I understand it. Better just probably now wants to correct et over here. Yeah it's important for us. Understand the position of others. I mean even these. These wolves like the those scenes. The HINZ Copeland's Johnson's. It is important for us to understand what these people are actually believing what they're actually teaching so that we can correctly rebuke these teachings. Yeah and You know I'm I'm very encouraged by what seems to be many people that are starting to come out of these colts and you know you can only attributed to the power of the. Gospel that is brought forth by faithful believers. Yeah Yeah that's right and you know James kind of tagging onto that one of the great the logical ironies in all of this. Is that the people in word of faith new reformation. They would look at people like us sadness and they say oh you don't believe in the Holy Spirit you don't believe in the power of the Holy Spirit to the contrary so faults to the contrary I am so confident in the power of the person of the Holy Spirit of God that I do not believe that someone can be in dwelt by him in. Stay in this kind of deception and even if the Holy Spirit of God is strong enough to save us. He strong enough to deliver out of deception. And so there are some scattered seep in these falls church. Absolutely there are some scattered seat now. There are no mature. Shake zero there there. There are no mature Christians at go. Did these churches none. Because if you're mature in Christ you wouldn't be going to these Turkey slow but there are some immature. Christians are baby Christians but what will happen when they hear the truth when they see the truth from the word of God? Explain to them. They see it. They're gonNA come out and that's GONNA stay there. That's what I've seen in scripture of promise. All these wonderful plans for our lives of you know if we tied just just enough in this ninety day tithing challenge than God is. GonNa pour down the blessings of heaven owner We're going to prosper in all of our ways. But you know what I started reading the book of acts and I Seen Stephen. Getting installed a Peter. Getting crucified upside down. You know I started seeing these saints and I was like us this loosely because none of deserve good in this life I use this very loosely but if any body ever deserved to have complete blessing and prosperity in this life it was those followers of Christ who went out in and proclaimed that Gaza despite their shortcomings if anybody deserves if anybody deserved it. Surely It was the Apostle Paul after his conversion right In his rightfulness and we know how that ended. Yup Yup just just looking at them and then thinking about what I deserve. But I'm being told I deserve the complete opposite very insulting. I believe to the Holy Spirit. Yes indeed absolutely absolutely well Justin. I'M NOT GONNA take up too much more of your time. We're here at the g three conference I want you to be able to enjoy it No both of us are a little bit under. The weather is aimed. We both kind of in gold. Yeah so I'm not gonNA take anymore of your time. Obviously we can't get in it's Austin thing of the AR. This is stuff that you've studied for for years upon years But I do encourage everyone. Justin Peters Dot Org People are there is a ministry that you have ever considered supporting A Faithful Servant of the Lord Faithful to the Gospel fateful to Fatefully helping people that are just completely Called called in this This colt and that's exactly what it is. Colt Movement Support Justin Peter Support his ministry In in help in any way possible the biggest way you can help us proclaim the Gospel Into anybody caught up in a cold. Weather's Roman Catholicism Mormons or somebody in the in a org at the Gospel is still the power of God to salvation and I'm very thankful for that So just thank you so much for being with US tonight. Thanks to the biggest pleasure I've had on. This podcast is having you. Oh Man Soy. It's an honor brother. Keep up good work. Thank you We'll as a gentleman. This is James. Wadsworth fossils podcasts. As always may all that you do be done to the glory of God..
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"Peters. A former Florida deputies facing charges for his inaction during the parkland schools shooting, the former Broward County deputy sheriff who stood outside Marjory, stoneman Douglas, high school while seventeen people were shocked to death and seventeen. Others were wounded in February twenty eighteen is facing criminal charges related to his inaction Fifty-six-year-old Scott Peterson was arrested Tuesday. According to a statement from Broward state attorney Mike stats Peterson faces charges that include child neglect culpable negligence and perjury. The charges carry a combined potential maximum prison sentence of nearly one hundred years. The charges were filed after a fourteen month investigation by the Florida Department of law enforcement. I'm Mike Rossier? Republicans have mixed reactions to President Trump's imposition of tariffs on Mexico, beginning, June, tenth Iowa. Senator Charles Grassley, the chairman of the finance committee tells reporters tariff on Mexico would make it hard to pass the United States. Mexico Canada trade deal. This come along. I think is not a setback from the standpoint of how hard I'm gonna work to get US pass. So the president can have a big victory, but it makes it more difficult. And I can't it's hard for me to quantify while Senator Lindsey Graham says Mexico must be pressured into heading off the flow of migrants to the US border. I think we should get mixed co to change his behavior. What I do think is incumbent upon the president is still Mexico what they need to be doing. They're not doing, and if they do not cooperate, if it's a reasonable request. Let the tariffs go forward. The Dow Jones industrial average jumped more than five hundred points Tuesday, as investors welcomed signals that the Federal Reserve may cut interest rates to help buttress US economic growth in the face of escalating trade wars, the Dow was up by five hundred twelve points..