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Rich Grenell: Biden Admin Lied About Spy Balloon Since the Beginning

Mark Levin

00:48 sec | 1 d ago

Rich Grenell: Biden Admin Lied About Spy Balloon Since the Beginning

"To have Rick grinnell former acting director national intelligence Rick grinell if there had been balloons of that magnitude Floating around from Alaska down the coast of Alaska through Canada into the United States for several days and so forth You would have known wouldn't you Well certainly someone within the intelligence service who works on these issues would have known and would have bubbled that up I've been I was very active in reading every little piece that came through And I can tell you that if a balloon entered the United States airspace and that anyone thought it was anything other than a weather balloon it would have immediately bubbled up I think that the Biden administration was caught line from the beginning

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Diversifying Police Through Improved Recruitment

The Officer Tatum Show

00:55 sec | 2 weeks ago

Diversifying Police Through Improved Recruitment

"So what is your thoughts as it relates to the climate of policing in America today? Yeah, it's tough, man, like we literally talked to police every single day. And what we're going out and doing, and they've never know what they're going to run into on a day to today basis. And depending on where you are in the country, sometimes you have governments that are supporting you, sometimes you have governments that aren't, but what we're hearing from them more and more is the biggest challenge they have is recruitment. They can't get people to become cops anymore because it's been it's been a challenging few years in that regard. So they're starting to learn that they have to advance training and we're helping with that. We do the free law enforcement class with one of our partners Rick hog, who's a former special forces canine handler. We actually paid for some small to midsize agencies to come out and do some free training. So we're trying to help in that regard. The biggest thing is the more training they get, the better. And it's just really hard to come by that and hard to get those recruitments. So those are the two areas we're trying to help bolster that community right now to get them the training they need and try and enhance this recruitment opportunities.

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"rick you" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

05:10 min | 3 weeks ago

"rick you" Discussed on Broken Record

"Comes from external forces rather than internal ones, and he explains why he believes self expression is not about you. This is broken record. Latter notes for the digital age. I'm Justin Richmond. Here's Malcolm gladwell with Rick Rubin. Rick. Hey. So I have a million questions. And then I thought the fun thing to do would be to go through and I would just read you things I underlined because there are things that I would love for you to talk that we could talk about, but do you in particular, but one of the fantastic things about this book is that I'm almost rarely read a book where I felt like I was being invited to contribute. Do you know what I mean? Like, every time you made a point, I was like, oh, I have something to add about that. Or yes. This, I mean, I've never read a book like that, where I'm like, half the time I'm talking to myself, as I'm reading it, so that's what I thought we would get into that as well a little bit. That's great. That's great. I'm so happy. First of all, I'm happy you like it. Happy Reddit, happy like it, and I'm happy that it had that effect on you. And I will tell you there was a version of the book, an unsuccessful version of the book, maybe four years ago, that talked about a lot of the same stuff that the book talks about, the content was similar. And the writing was beautiful. But it wouldn't have elicited the reaction that you had. And that's why it didn't come out then. And from the beginning, the purpose of the book was always, I want people to make great things. I want people, I want as much beautiful art in the world as possible. I'm a fan of beautiful things and exciting things and new things happening all the time. And the book was like a call to arms to go out and make something beautiful. Change the world, you know? So I've been in questions, but I wanted to start with a very general in which is because you're in the world of music, we're reading a lot of this through the lens of music. We're assuming you're talking about musicians and you give examples of musicians from time to time. From time to time, you also talk about visual artists. You add that into the mix. But I was curious about, are we really talking about all art here, or is there a, is there a difference in the way that music and visual art are done that you're specifically speaking to? I think it's how all creative choices are made. So not only does it include the visual arts, it includes starting a new business, a new recipe you're making as a chef.

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"rick you" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

02:03 min | 3 weeks ago

"rick you" Discussed on Broken Record

Event World Crypto Conference 2023

Kanalcoin

00:40 sec | 3 weeks ago

Event World Crypto Conference 2023

"10 a.m. Tuesday, January 10th, 2023. Event world crypto conference 2023. Upcoming date Jan, 1315, 2023 location Hyatt regency. The circle is Rick, Switzerland website world crypto conference dot org live and paid summit save date the world crypto conference 2023 will act as a bridge between traditional finance, defy and metaverse institutions. The goal of the WCC is to facilitate connection between blockchain companies startups, developers, investors. The post event world crypto conference 2023 appeared first on canal coin.

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The 4 Main Interpretations of Revelation With Pastor Rick Brown

Liberty Station

02:39 min | 3 weeks ago

The 4 Main Interpretations of Revelation With Pastor Rick Brown

"Now, the confusing part for those who have approached the book of revelation, and for many that have come from different churches and different backgrounds, your ministers or your denominations may have a specific eschatology that is going to run in conflict with what I'm sharing with you today. And I want to share with you why that is. There's four basic views or interpretations of the book of revelation, all right? The first one is an allegorical or non literal view. This started in the third or fourth century, the alexandrian school, which really looked at all of the scriptures as a allegorical, non literal lens in which to see good and evil, God and Satan and the ultimate victory of God's people over evil. But when you look at the Bible allegorically, now this slowly became reduced only to prophetic books like the book of revelation. So it's only an allegory. It's non literal. These things are not really going to happen. It's just a lens in which we can see some things. Secondly, there's the predecessor and the predecessor literally means concerned with old things. It views things really all that we read here in the book of revelation was really fulfilled in the past more in the first and second century. All right? So there's no relevance for the book of revelation, except for the message of the churches and what we see about heaven in this book, from their perspective. Then there's the historical view, not the hysterical, the historical. The historical view that the book of revelation is basically a picture of God's work in the church over the course of this overarching picture of the history of God working with his people. Now, the fourth one that I'm going to be sharing with you is our perspective on eschatology of the study of in times. And that is the futuristic view that everything from chapter four to 22 is in front of us. And it's coming to a neighborhood near you. That these things are real, they're literal, though they're wrapped in symbolism, you are going to learn literal truths, so everybody in between of those four perspectives. Now, there's a hodgepodge of allegorical and different nuances from that people mixed together. But most people are very confused about the book of revelation because they've heard all of these different angles and they simply don't know what to believe,

Navigating the Senate Minority With Sen. Rick Scott

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:46 min | 3 weeks ago

Navigating the Senate Minority With Sen. Rick Scott

"Senator Scott, how are you going to navigate now being in the Senate minority? What power if any do you have to be able to issue subpoenas and have meaningful oversight be done? I think the biggest thing we do is we each have a pulpit. And we can talk about things. That's why I think what's going on in the house right now is you're starting to see a lot of people out there being vocals. That's the biggest thing. And I plant my plan. They say rescue America dot com. I think everybody ought to say, this is what I believe in, and let's fight over what the right answer is. That's one. Number two is we won't be, you know, the way the committee structure works, the Democrats will control the committee's side. It's a public demand that we really have better understanding of what Joe Biden and Hunter Biden's relationship was with China. The Democrats are going to have to do it. So I think the key is, we need to get out there, talk about the issues and put the Democrats in position. There's going to be, I think, what, 24 Democrats up this next cycle, they're going to have to start worrying about their elections. So I think we have to be constantly out there. So I can propose bills. I can push things on committees. I can ask the federal government for more accountability accountability. So like yesterday, I talked to secretary orchestra Homeland Security about 400% increase in migrants in the Florida keys. Now, I'm going to be very vocal that it's his job to fix it. I think he is misrepresented or lied whatever you want to call it. Where we are on the border. But I'm going to hold him accountable. He'll come and he'll be coming to talking for a committee. And I'm going to ask him, how he's doing. I'm going to do that with everybody. That's what every senator has the option to do this. We just all have to be very aggressive at doing it.

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Rick Scott Shares His Plan to Build Consensus Among Conservatives

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | 3 weeks ago

Rick Scott Shares His Plan to Build Consensus Among Conservatives

"Then your plan? Because you're not given up to build a consensus amongst members and amongst the grassroots to challenge McConnell again and I don't even mean the policy plan senator. What is your plan to be able to navigate that country club that calls itself the U.S. Senate so that you could become Senate leader from raising money or to messaging, is that something you're still going to go after in the next year and a half, two years or what is your, what is your current risk? Absolutely. And I'm not giving up. Good. Charlie, I'm not giving up. And here's the way I think about the Senate. So look, there's I need every Tuesday we're in session. With Ted Cruz, Mike Lee, Ron Johnson, Mike Braun, right? We get together and we say, what are we going to do to make sure that we hold government accountable? Watch our dollars. And so there will be more as we do this more and more. There's going to be more. But do you know what the real key is? It's you. It's the public. There are going to demand their senators to do what they committed to them when they ran for office. Look, I'm simply reflection on my state. So I represent I tell people, I represent Florida. Look, I'm not going to tell you how you should vote. So where do you voted for me on a platform? I said, this is what I'm going to do. 8 years to watch me as governor, I paid off a third of the state debt. Paid it off. I balanced a budget every year. I didn't borrow more money. I fixed the pension plan. I fixed our prep the insurance plan. They said, I said, this is where I'm going to do in D.C.. I'm going to try to do the exact same thing. I'm a business guy. I'm a fixer upper. I

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Senator Rick Scott Discusses His Challenge to Mitch McConnell

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:37 min | 3 weeks ago

Senator Rick Scott Discusses His Challenge to Mitch McConnell

"Think that Mitch McConnell has got to go and he has done some real damage to our country, the omnibus is just the latest example. Walk us through your current plans, your calculus, and what do you think is the state of Senate Republican leadership? Well, I ran against Republican. I ran against Mitch McConnell because I think we have to have a new direction. I mean, probably one of the best examples is omnibus or two weeks away from have Republican leadership in the house and we let Nancy Pelosi instruction were right and I'm in this bill and then Mitch McConnell supported. Votes for it. And that's wrong. I mean, that's not we didn't get rid of the IRS agents with it. I mean, there's nothing, I mean, there's a good spending power. There's something good probably in the Bill. It was logical. But we've got 31 and a half $1 trillion worth of debt. It didn't have Republican priorities had Democrat priorities in there. And so I wanted a new direction. And I'm going to keep fighting for a new direction. We've got a great Republican Party out in around the country. We got to start having the Republican Party in D.C., which we don't. Stop taking into the Democrats. And China Bill, the gun Bill, the infrastructure Bill. All those were just caves, the Democrats. It wasn't Republican priorities. Those were Democrat priorities. And I think we've got to change this party. If we want to win elections, we've got to say, don't just do what some people want to do and say, well, the Democrats are bad, which they are. You're going to say, but this is what we're going to do and we're hell bent on doing it.

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Vescovi helps No. 5 Tennessee recover against Vandy 77-68

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

Vescovi helps No. 5 Tennessee recover against Vandy 77-68

"5th ranked Tennessee continued to shine topping Vanderbilt's 77 68. However, coach Rick Barnes said the volunteers had to battle taking over the game after being down by two at intermission, really proud of our team in the second half. I thought we came out. Played better. We had to we had to, but going into this game, I thought it would be this type of game. Every time we play them, it's a grind. UT opened the second half with an uptempo 14 to two spurt and maintained control for the duration. Now, four zero in conference play, the falls of one 13 of 14. I'm Bruce Morton

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The Left Reacts to the Death of Lynette 'Diamond' Hardaway

The Officer Tatum Show

01:53 min | Last month

The Left Reacts to the Death of Lynette 'Diamond' Hardaway

"Just so you know who the left is. The type of people that we're dealing with and this isn't all Democrats. This isn't this isn't all liberals, but it is certainly the left and some of the nastiness that goes on on Twitter that you'll see if you go on to Twitter. But this is what they, some of them wrote of diamond of diamond and silk. Rest in peace diamond conservatives just lost one of the few black people. They can use to pretend they aren't racist. This from somebody by the name of human ghosts that goes at Apollo in age X Apollo age X so this person obviously doesn't know that they support the party of the KKK and the anti civil rights party. Also the party of Barack Obama who made sure that talented young black students were not able to go to the school that his daughters went to or her daughter went to. Another one, rest in peace, diamond, the newest member of the Herman Cain club. Wow, that's really nice because Herman Cain died as well. He contracted COVID and died of COVID. So that was from Rick havoc at Rick RI K H a VIC. Rick havoc, such a nice guy. I hope they didn't get the jab and I hope they don't end up dying of a blood clot. Anyway, rest in peace, diamond, her real name for all of the conservative white folks who only know her as a paid menstrual show gimmick. She sold herself as is Anita lunette Hardaway. I bet you Trump and most of the right can't even tell you which one was diamond and which one is silk. Here's another one. No vaccine, no sympathy, mega trash. This is from polite southern hell. At. Two O's at the end. Wow.

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How Does Prophesy Work With Pastor Rick Brown

Liberty Station

02:41 min | Last month

How Does Prophesy Work With Pastor Rick Brown

"As you turn to Daniel chapter 9, we look at our message tonight. How does prophecy work? Prophecy is this amazing gift that a Supernatural, all powerful, all knowing everywhere president once God gives us a gift to his people to see around the corner what's coming to a neighborhood near you. And this is what prophecy is is the lord speaking. He dwells outside of time. God's not a person with a lot of time on his hands. He actually dwells out of the spacetime continuum. And so he can see the past the present and the future, and he can speak to those issues, with such accuracy, it is a very, very unique dimension that separates judeo Christianity from any other religion on the planet, because when the Bible says this is going to happen, and then it's fulfilled, says this is going to happen. And then it's fulfilled. Over and over and over. So much so that those who want to basically. Rob the Bible and the God we serve of power, they say, oh, these things were manipulated. These things were written after the events, not so. Don't let anybody ever kind of blow you that smoke and try to really conflate or confuse or make a foggy issue. The God we serve is able to speak to future events with absolute authority. And in this passage of scripture, it's probably one of the most amazing prophecies in all of the Bible regarding the lord Jesus and the day that he shows up. The literal day that he shows up in Jerusalem at the triumphant entry when they're singing Hosanna blessed is Hugh comes in the name of the lord. And it is told or declared 483 years before it actually happens. Down to the day. That's why it's one of those iconic prophecies of such incredible accuracy. Now, in this passage of scripture, I'm going to mention 5 prophecies. Now, four of them have been fulfilled. This gives us the confidence that God can do this. He's done it in the past, but there's tons of prophecies out in front of us, right? And so if he is this accurate with the past, we can look to the future with absolute confidence about the future. And in these last couple of years, we've been wondering about the future, right? What's going to happen in this world? Everybody wants to know about the future. Why does psychic 900 hotlines work? Because people want to know,

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College admissions scam mastermind gets 42 months in prison

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last month

College admissions scam mastermind gets 42 months in prison

"College scam mastermind Rick singer has been sentenced for his role in the varsity blues bribery case. Rick singer reports to prison in February, his punishment of three and a half years in prison handed down at a federal court in Boston on Wednesday is the longest sentence so far in the college admissions scandal that exploded into headlines in 2019. Audio courtesy WCVB. Singer was also ordered to pay $10 million to the IRS and forfeit millions more to the government. He put guilty to paying off entrance exam administrators and coaches to get the children of wealthy parents into elite universities

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Caller: The 20 Outstanding Republicans Is Democracy in Action

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

00:44 sec | Last month

Caller: The 20 Outstanding Republicans Is Democracy in Action

"My thought is 20 congressman made the hang in there. This is government in action. This is the way our forefathers designed it to work. It was supposed to be a federal government was designed to stop not to go forward. Rick, I'm with you on that. I mean, you know, they're talking about chaos and what Hannity called it a circus, a clown show. I see this as democracy in action. It may not be, it may not be pretty all the time, but this is what it is. And I'm running out of people to listen to just about everybody on the radio, except for a slick few are showing their true colors of what they are. You know, and Rick, I don't have a problem with that

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'Varsity Blues' mastermind faces sentencing for college scam

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last month

'Varsity Blues' mastermind faces sentencing for college scam

"The consultant at the heart of a national college admissions scandal is due to be sentenced today. Federal prosecutors are seeking 6 years in prison for Rick singer, who secretly cooperated with authorities in the case known as operation varsity blues, singer pled guilty in 2019 to charges including racketeering conspiracy and money laundering conspiracy. He worked with the FBI to secure the convictions of more than 50 wealthy parents who paid him to get their undeserving kids into top tier colleges. He recorded hundreds of phone conversations and meetings as he schemed with TV actors like Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman, businessmen, and athletic coaches to rig applications with bogus test scores and athletic credentials. His lawyer is asking for three years of probation. In a letter to the judge, singer wrote that by ignoring what was morally ethically and legally right in favor of winning what I perceived to be the college admissions game, I have lost everything. He will get a chance to speak before the judge hands down his sentence in Boston federal court. I'm Jennifer King

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Rick Brown: Parents Must Realise That Children Are Fallen Sinners Too

Liberty Station

02:44 min | Last month

Rick Brown: Parents Must Realise That Children Are Fallen Sinners Too

"Parents, first of all, they amplify their own children's goodness. So that when they're bad, they're shocked. Like, I can't believe that Johnny or am I just like, well, you know who you were, right? And so you're shocked. And I try to bring him back to that place of trying to encourage them, all of us are falling soon, and we will manifest sin all in our own dimension. So first of all, apparently needs to get in touch with reality, that you are raising a fallen person that is so good. Is going to fail and if you act shocked when they do rather than that is so good and I'm going to hone in on that point because I heard it so many times over the years also as a preacher's kid, right? And I was actually I was not a bad preacher's kid. I wasn't one of those typical rabble rousers or hellraisers that sometimes the caricature of a preacher's kid was that. But I was in touch with what was going on. And so many parents have put their Christian kids into situations of temptation and things like that. Like, oh, what's wrong with all those young kids going on a houseboating trip with no chaperones and nobody really watching carefully what's going on? They're good kids. They're Christian kids. They're gonna be fine. Oh, listen, my kid, boy. You should see how on fire for the lord they are. You know, and there were a lot of shenanigans that went on in these high school and groups, you know, that I was a part of as even a preacher's kid back in the day. I mean, it was some of the worst debauchery, in fact. You so you need to be in touch with reality as a parent and understand that shenanigans will go on. Even in Christian groups without the proper deflection, denial, distraction, all of the things that keep kids from going down those paths. You have to not take any of that for granted because we are we have send nature. And kids have hormones, the kids have all kinds of things that will drive them. Kids are kids are people and fallen creatures like all of us, but not my kids. My kids are perfect. And it's once again, it's a lack of being in touch with reality.

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Matt Schlapp: The Current State of the Republican Party

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:21 min | Last month

Matt Schlapp: The Current State of the Republican Party

"A lot going on. And there's a lot of debate raging right now within the Republican Party about the direction of the party. The RNC chair race is a heating up and trying to figure out who the next Speaker of the House is going to be from your vantage point, where is the Republican Party right now? What is the state of the Republican Party? You know, I think this is a there's a real moment here where grassroots activists certainly wanted a big red wave and they fought hard for it. We got less of a victory, although we got a majority in the United States House, which is the more important chamber to get that majority in because the next speak will have a lot of control. But now there's a question of do we do we run the majority like we've always run the majority or have we learned from people like Nancy Pelosi and Barack Obama that we want to push much more aggressively for what we believe in? And that's really that's what the center of the RNC chair race, the race for speaker. We already had this race, Mitch McConnell was reelected to be the majority leader or the minority leader in the Senate. But Rick Scott is making the point that, you know, with the votes that he got that, it shouldn't be businesses normal. We ought to fight harder and we ought to have an agenda. We believe in.

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Rick Renner Is Setting the Record Straight About Christmas

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:08 min | Last month

Rick Renner Is Setting the Record Straight About Christmas

"Were talking about the three kings who come from the east. Now, some of this stuff we know, some we don't know, but what we think we know tends to be larded over myth making when you look at what the scripture says, it implies dramatically different things. So the first thing we said was that they come to visit the baby Jesus when he is not a baby. He is two years old, probably not. That's right the manger. They do not visit him in Bethlehem. They visit him in Nazareth, totally different, but we need even more backstory to explain this. So maybe you want to go into Herod. Well, first of all, when the match I showed up, it was two years after Jesus was born. And if you study what Matthew writes, he uses the word piety on, which is the word for a little boy, and the Greeks divided the human life into 7 periods that piety on is the second period of life. It is not an infant. It is a toddler. It's one that's learning to walk, learning to talk. That's how old Jesus was when they showed up. Yeah, of course we get the word pediatrician, pediatric. This is kit children, but you're saying that in that era, the word pedia specifically meant a little kid, not an infant. A toddler. A toddler. And the Bible tells us that when the Magi first came through Jerusalem, Herod was upset and all of Jerusalem with him. Well, why was he upset? And the answer is they came with armies. And in the year 39, he had already had a terrible experience with eastern Magi who tried to overthrow him. And at that time, he was not even the king. He was the governor. And they were here. 39. 39 8 and they see. I was going to say BC. It has to be. So 39 many years before the several decades before the advent of these Magi coming with their armies, Herod had had a bad experience with and he was not even king at that time. He was like a governor.

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'Christmas: The Rest of the Story' With Rick Renner

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:05 min | Last month

'Christmas: The Rest of the Story' With Rick Renner

"Go back a little bit just to set this up because all of this is in your book, Christmas, the rest of the story. But again, I think a lot of us, we do a cursory reading where we hear it. And we don't really process it. So one of the big things because I want to get to the Egypt part, but one of the really big things, which I discovered a number of years ago and you get into detail in your book, is the idea that what we see when we look at a creche and we see the wise men standing there and the shepherd's standing there and the baby in the manger, whatever. There was a way of communicating things in previous epochs in human history where we would conflate time. And we would take something that happened and put it next to something that happened as a picture, but you would know that happened then, and that happened then. But we're just making a picture. So when we look at a crash, what you explain in the book, of course, is that the wise men never, ever, ever, ever, ever went to the manger, never went to Bethlehem. That's right. And that's going to be big news for a lot of people listening right now. They're going to say, what are you talking about? I keep seeing, I see the crash. I see the Magi everywhere I go. When I see the choreography, so tell us about this. Well, the Italian painters from the Middle Ages wanted to tell the whole story, but they didn't have the ability to show a movie so they put it all on a single canvas. So they put the wise men there, the shepherds there, the angels, they put it all on one canvas, but it didn't happen that way. Jesus, of course, was born in Bethlehem, but when Jesus was born, the star appeared. In the east, the Bible doesn't tell us exactly where but in the book, I give several suggestions what the east is. The Magi saw the appearance of this star. And it had been prophesied by Daniel that a star would appear to announce the birth of the greatest world leader ever born. And we know that that there really was a star like that that appeared about the year 6.

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"rick you" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:18 min | Last month

"rick you" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Jesus lived in Egypt for three years, ladies and gentlemen. That's one of my favorite parts of the world. We're going to talk about that with Rick renner, Rick renner, author of Christmas, the rest of the story when we come back. Talking about Rudolph the red nosed reindeer. Why should you choose to supplement your pet's diet because they do the same thing to pet food that they do the most human food these days, they strip it of all the vitamins minerals and nutrients your dog needs to be healthy. That's why I want to tell you about longevity formula from Paul made. It's an all natural health supplement for dogs made with 23 super foods to keep your pup healthy and strong veterinarian approved longevity formula boost nutrient intake protects against toxins and guards against premature aging. Aside from poor diet, toxins like pesticides mold and air pollution can all harm your pup's health, but longevity formula contains special toxin fighting nutrients to protect your dog so they can live a long, happy life by your side. These include premium quality super foods like organic mushrooms, kelp, goji berry two kinds of probiotics and many more. Right now, there's a limited time offer exclusively for our listeners for every purchase of longevity formula. You'll receive a free bottle of Paul maids, hip and joint formula two to claim your offer go to Paul made dot com slash Eric or call toll free 8 three three paw made that's PAW MADE dot com slash Eric or call 8 three three paw made. It's hard to grasp why anyone would keep voting for record inflation, skyrocketing crime in an open border. Likewise, why would anyone keep funding the left by sticking with the big carriers? Patriot mobile is America's only Christian conservative wireless provider and they want to make it easy for you to try their service. Give them 60 days to show you why I trust them. Right now, when you try patriot mobile for two months, get your third month free plus get free activation. They offer nationwide coverage on the best four G and 5G networks and use the same towers as all three of the major carriers. So you get the same great service while supporting a company that's fighting to preserve our guide and given rights and freedoms, just go to patriot mobile dot com slash Eric or call their 100% U.S. based customer service team at 9 7 two patriot. If you're fed up with woke companies that don't care about your values, support a company that does make the switch today and get a free month of service plus free activation, patriot mobile dot com slash Eric that's patriot mobile dot com slash Eric or call 9 7 two patriot the first known this didn't say was let's welcome back. I'm talking to Rick renner, who is in Moscow, Russia, not Idaho, Russia, and I'm in New York City. And Rick, so in your book Christmas the rest of the story, I think maybe the most astounding thing to me was to read that Jesus had almost certainly spent three years in Egypt. We don't think of Jesus in Egypt. We just don't. We think of Joseph and Egypt. We think of whatever. We don't think of Jesus in Egypt for three years, probably from what age two to 5, two, probably two to 5, maybe 6, but he was two years old when they went to Egypt..

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Rick Renner Pastors a Church in Moscow

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:45 sec | Last month

Rick Renner Pastors a Church in Moscow

"You passed her a church in Moscow. You do. Yeah. Actually, I passed her with my son. It's called the Moscow good discharge. It's right downtown. And it's one of the biggest churches in Russia. And just we have an incredible favor on our lives. Eric, I work closely with the Russian presidential administration. We're opening a brand new federal channel for the teaching of the Bible into every Russian home. It's truly what's happened to us is amazing. You know, the apostle Paul said, a great open door has been opened for me. And that's all that I can tell you. God opened a door and just gave me and my wife and my family, the guts to walk through it. And we're so glad that we did.

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"rick you" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:41 min | 4 months ago

"rick you" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Who led him to faith. Now, have you written about that about any of the details of that? Well, colonel Byrd wrote a book called the loneliest man in the world about Rudolph Hess. And that became an international bestseller for 8 years. It was one of the top selling books in the world. I think it's been reprinted and rereleased under the title of prisoner number 7 that was Rudolph Hess's number at the spandau prison. But yeah, he dug birds spent his entire time as commandant of that prison, trying to understand what had happened to Germany. How did it happen? How did these brilliant learned people get taken over by such evil such darkness? And I think he gained many insights, which he wrote about in that book about Rudolf Hess, and Burton and I used to get together often discuss these literally for days. I would go to Berlin, see in my take a lot of our youth over and he would take them on tours and all, but then he would take me in the afternoons to some famous Nazis house who was still alive and I'd get to meet him myself. And discuss these things, but Bernard both had a passion to understand that because the lord had shown us both that the same evil that covered Germany was going to try to take over our country. They would not come as Nazis. It would come in a whole different form, but it was the same spirit. The intolerance, the all of this stuff we're seeing, trying to take us over right now. That's I wasn't planning to go there, but of course that's exactly the thesis of my book, letter to the American church. I'm basically begging people to see the parallel of exactly what happened in the early 30s in Germany. It is what's been happening in the American church today, and it is astonishing that some good people could be deceived and could be used to deceive millions. We have voices in the church today in the evangelical church, writing books saying we shouldn't be political, which we shouldn't be exactly what the German church was mostly saying, keep your nose clean, don't speak against the wickedness of the Nazis. Just let it go, just focus on the gospel, and you think, what dead gospel are you preaching that you can not speak against these evils? What God are you worshiping? It's extraordinary that we're living through these times, but Rick, you and your book give us hope, the lord is giving us hope, folks, the book is called overcoming evil in the last days. My guest has been doctor Rick Joyner Rick just a privilege to have you. Thank you, sir. Likewise, could be with you again. If not for you babe I'd wake at night wait for the morning night to shine and through, but it would not be new if not for you if. We can never know about the days to what a day. Sean Foyt, Rick Joyner, it's crazy. Okay, I want to read this on the air to everybody who's listening..

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The Eric Metaxas Show

02:25 min | 4 months ago

"rick you" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Folks, welcome to the program, I'm not sure if I warned you, but we have for the whole hour right now, our friend Rick Joyner on to talk about a brand new book that he has, it's called overcoming evil in the last days, exposing Satan's three most powerful evil strongholds, racism, witchcraft, and the religious spirit, doctor Rick Joyner, my friend, welcome. Well, good to be with you, Eric. I'm so impressed that you're up this early. It's extraordinary. I want to tell you that I have a book out at the same time as your book. And I think so much of you that I want to promote your book more than I want to promote my book. Let me put it that way. When you say something, first of all, there are people who listen to this program who are not people of faith. And I think some of this language may be confusing to them. So I just want to be clear, folks, doctor Rick Joyner and I believe that we're in a spiritual battle right now. It's not just a political battle or whatever you want to see, whatever you want to call it, it's at its heart, a spiritual battle. And if you're a Christian, you need to understand that God calls you to spiritual warfare. We're not talking about guns. We're talking about prayer. We're talking about spiritual warfare. So Rick, the book is called overcoming evil in the last days. I guess that implies that you believe they were able to overcome the evil, spiritually that we're seeing. Yes, I do. I believe there are three levels that we need to overcome the evil end. First and ourselves, second in the body of Christ, that represents Christ on the earth. And then, when we have those established, I believe, we have authority to shut the gates of hell into our countries and gates of hell are hell has access, where hell is getting into our country, to subdue it, you know, to pervert it, things like that. And I think as we come into a unity, first in ourselves, then the body of Christ, we can go after these ultimate strongholds..

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The Eric Metaxas Show

02:09 min | 6 months ago

"rick you" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

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The Eric Metaxas Show

03:03 min | 6 months ago

"rick you" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"This is the smell of the leftover tuna fish sandwich you left in your lunch box over the weekend in a wimpy trash bag. And this is the smell of that same sandwich in a hefty ultra strong trash bag. Smell the difference? Hefty ultra strong has Armin hammer with continuous odor control. So no matter what's inside your trash. You can stay one step ahead of stinky and for bigger jobs try the superior strength of hefty large black bags. Folks, welcome to the Eric metaxas show, sponsored by legacy precious metals. There's never been a better time to invest in precious metals, visit legacy p.m. investments dot com that's legacy p.m. investments dot com. Welcome to the Eric metaxas show with your host, Eric, Texas. If you know me or you listen to this program, you know that one of the most important things. To me in my life is this issue of how faith intersects with American freedom. I have confessed many times. My ignorance on that subject up until I read Oz Guinness Book, which came out, I guess it was in 2014 or 2015 called a free people's suicide. When I read that book, some pennies dropped, my mind was blown and it led me to write my book if you can keep it. The forgotten promise of American liberty. And I have had a just a burning passion ever since I wrote that book to communicate to my fellow Americans and to the whole world, frankly. The concept of how faith in the God of the Bible is inextricably intertwined with liberty, liberty on the American model. We have been really, we've allowed these ideas, which are central as central as it gets. We've allowed them to evaporate during my lifetime so that especially young people aren't really aware of how what we have, which is so vital how liberty is beautiful and most people aren't even aware quite what it is and how hard won it is and where it comes from and there is nothing more important, frankly, to the restoration of liberty in the world, starting with this country, than understanding this idea. And one of the folks who understands this idea, extraordinarily well, and who's living his life to promote it. Is Rick green, he is the founder of patriot academies, but on this program before Rick green, welcome..

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The Dirtbag Diaries

09:10 min | 10 months ago

"rick you" Discussed on The Dirtbag Diaries

"Stephen and Collins time with Rick didn't stop after the canoe trip down the blood vein. In fact, the blood vein was only one of many adventures the two shared with Rick and Jill in the 8 months they spent working as guides. In typical Rick and jail fashion, the group only took a few days to recover before packing up for 30 day bike tour along the sunshine coast in British Columbia. Their bike rides continued into the fall in early winter. But Stephen and Colin could tell, things were changing for Rick. At that point, we were back to kind of cycling. It was winter was coming in Manitoba, and we were cycling in the snow all the time, and still doing it every day. I think at that point we could see the trajectory things are on. Yeah, maybe when you're in it, it's hard to see, but looking back, you can see that every month or so, like, kind of losing the ability to do a certain thing, you know? It was small little things, but all sort of all sort of trending in a certain direction. And Rick's health continued to decline. He was eventually admitted to the hospital. When he was released, Stephen could see how a single bedridden week had taken a huge toll on Rick's health. And that was really when I think we fully understood how important movement was for Rick because a week in the hospital for Rick was like truly so rough on him. To not be moving, by the time he came out of the hospital, he was the ability to do a lot of things he was doing before that. Pretty heavy. So he came out of the hospital at that point. Things had declined so fast, and he came out of the hospital on palliative care with Canada, the program that these would be his last last few days, and that he was to do what he wanted to do in those last few days. And he was given probably three or four days to live. And he lived for probably almost two weeks. Yeah, we cycled just about every day until about two or three days before he passed away. We weren't cycling 80 or a hundred kilometers, but we were still getting out of the bike and watching things slowly slow down, but yeah, it makes spirit and joy for life was there right until the end. So it was pretty crazy. Pretty natural. Rick passed away on November 25th, 2020. From the day Stephen and Colin accepted the job as Rick's guides, they knew this day would come eventually. But of course, it was still a tough reality to face. For the first handful of days, it was hard for Stephen to wake up knowing he wouldn't be heading outside. For a day of bike riding with Rick. For the first time through all the summer we had some time to reflect. And I think the summer was so go, go, go, that I would write in a journal every night, but I wouldn't necessarily be fully grasping what was going on and how things were playing out. We were very much living day to day. And so there was a lot of time for, yeah, to come. We play some of the memories shared and do some hard thinking on the lessons learned. And I think I'm still, I'm still doing that to this day. Requisite, ill, like terminally ill, but at the same time seeing someone doing what they love, being active, being engaged out there doing it. It was almost like he was kind of the healthiest person ever met at the same time. Yeah, I think for comment both. It's probably definitely influenced how we're approaching life now and how kind of appreciating moments that we maybe would overlook beforehand. Yeah,.

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The Dirtbag Diaries

05:13 min | 10 months ago

"rick you" Discussed on The Dirtbag Diaries

"Help navigate rocky and uneven terrain. Sort of the story behind where you call it Rick's kind of rickshaw. It was sort of what it looked like. It was developed by these Friends of Joan rix, who were bike mechanics, and so they sort of built the initial prototype and we tested that out and it was awesome. And then we realized they needed to be beefed up a little more. And so Jill handed it off to her pilot Friends who all Bill airplanes and are used to working with lightweight aircraft grade aluminum and they sort of beefed up the construction and then yeah, that was ultimately what we took on the blood being. So sort of a cool example, like this community of friends supporting the back home who all dedicated time and energy into making into making this trip possible. Yeah, it's sort of like sort of like a rickshaw. So it had like these long wheelbarrow S candles. So one person would walk in front of it, towing the car and Rick would sit in the back and there was a nice backrest, come a chair, and there would be 20 inch mountain bike tires on either side of Rick. Rick's rickshaw was multipurpose. The wheels had quick releases to easily pop off and storing the canoe. And the seat fit nicely in the middle, where Rick would sit. After a couple of months together, Steven understood the many ways Rick expressed himself. Sometimes it was a look in his eyes. His body language or a simple smile. Yeah, because Rick speak very often, I think we looked for maybe reassurance that we were doing the right thing in other ways. And so there are quite a few moments through the trip that were sort of magic magic moments where Rick was kind of smiling or saying a few words of gratitude. And I think those moments are what stick the most one morning we are on the water extremely early because Rick was always up at the crack of dawn and we rounded rounded a corner in the river and there was a cow moose kind of waiting in the river and we just sat silently and watched it. You could see Rick, he was pointing and just watching it so intensely kind of standing in as it made its way out of the water and stood in the shore and looked at us for a little while and then sort of disappeared into the forest and I think for me that was probably the moment that stands out the most is one of the most memorable because I think that was an animal record studied during his career and animal Rick was very passionate about. With Stephen and Colin paddling the boats and hauling gear, they made an opportunity that may have been impossible possible for Jill and Rick. For Stephen, it was clear the couple enjoyed the time on the river, and with each other. Pure magic. I think is the best way to describe that. Yeah, Rick and Joe, I think we're what you'd call relationship goals, you know? I think the two of them, after so many years together and through so much, just so in love and so happy with one another and so happy to be there and so in the moment and just loving every second of it. There were a few times where I know that we show up to camp and we would be sort of going about our nightly routine and making dinner or filtering water. And we'd be up on The Rock away from the riverbank and you'd just watch Jill Rick sitting on the riverbank as a son's kind of setting low and yeah, Joe would be swimming and baby chatting and just totally totally so happy.

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The Dirtbag Diaries

07:20 min | 10 months ago

"rick you" Discussed on The Dirtbag Diaries

"That is a few glimpses where we could see Rick pre Parkinson's for brief pews a time. And I think one of those examples is when that plane landed and showed up at the dock. Just jumped out of the chair as if he's like really big start walking down the dock, no help from Conrad at all. Despite the questionable looks from people at the dock, and even though they knew the weeks ahead would present many unpredicted challenges. They kept moving forward. Once the plane pulled up and Rick was sort of getting in no matter what, you know, he was like getting in before the gear was in there and so Colin and I were helping him down helping him down the floating dock down the ramp and everything. It sort of shifting in the waves and Rick's walking by our side and the pilot never standing back kind of watching us. They have like a small metal ladder that goes up to the fuselage into the door. Connor walking up to the edge and we were always like 100% of the time kind of problem solving thinking like how are we going to how are we going to get Rick in here? How are we going to get Rick through that door? How are we going to get into the truck? We're always kind of thinking these things through. And so as we're walking down to the floatplane calling out, I think both thinking, how are we going to get Rick up this ladder? It's not wide enough for both of us to go up with them. And we were kind of staying on the edge and Rick in another one of those moments of excitement and enjoy. For a few seconds there, Parkinson's didn't matter and Rick was in the plane before we were with him. So I think in that moment, it was even though Colin and I were nervous and afraid of what was to come. I think we, in that moment, knew that we were doing the right thing. After loading gear into the plane, the group took a short flight to their starting point. Artery Lake, which sits on the border of Manitoba and Ontario. On the traditional lands in waterways of the anishinabek. Once they landed, they unloaded the 17 foot canoe, river kayak, portage packs, and barrels full of food. Stephen could tell the pilot felt uneasy. The pilot especially was, I think, pretty skeptical and after he dropped us off. It was sort of an awkward farewell. And I think he was probably thinking his head that he's going to be picking us up in a few days. After the break, Stephen Collin Rick and Jill head down the blood vein river. Stay with us. Support for the diaries comes from the good people, a patagonian. In 1972, chenard equipment bet the farm on the idea of clean climbing. They made the switch from pitons to chalks in order to stop the damage of rock. This move fundamentally changed both the art of the sport and the ethos of the community, kept it resource around for generations to come. 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Once the kayaker spotted the trail to a portage, they'd wait to catch the canoe as it came into shore. Yeah, Connor spent a lot of time, a lot of time deliberating on the side of the river deciding whether or not weighing the options deciding what would be the best course of action. I think because of race condition, we were very cautious and probably walked a lot more than you for sure normally would. So it was the portaging. That was the most grueling and the most the most tiring for Carl and I and maybe some of that decision making around what to run and whatnot to run was sort of what we found to be the most mentally exhausting deciding whether or not that was a good idea to run that with Rick and sort of weighing the options of sometimes walking was even just as dangerous as running the rapids sometimes, you know, up and down crazy cliffs and all kinds of through all kinds of crazy debris. Like most wilderness trips, the group settled into a rhythm. They created systems that made each day, each run of a rapid, in each portage more smooth. But the best method they came up with to get the canoe, kayak, barrels of food, and of course Rick, from one end of the trail to the other. Didn't necessarily make things easier. Had a bit of a system going. We would call and I would go first. We'd carry the two packs in a barrel. And as we are walking, we'd scout out the trail and know how we were going to get ripped through there. And then we go back for Rick on the rickshaw or sometimes walking and we'd navigate the course with him and Jill would then wait with him at the other end and we'd go back to the canoe. So every four times required three trips. Yeah, pretty dirty. Luckily they had some help getting Rick through the rocky terrain on the shorter test trips leading up to the blood vein. Friends of Rick and Jill helped construct a mobile wheelchair to.

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The Dirtbag Diaries

05:02 min | 10 months ago

"rick you" Discussed on The Dirtbag Diaries

"The group planned to spend four months biking across Europe. But as the pandemic escalated in the spring, the bike trip was quickly derailed. As flights were canceled, Stephen Collin Rick and Jill shifted their plans to stay within the borders of Manitoba. They biked all around the province from border to border, but it didn't take them long to exhaust nearly all of their trail options on the roads and trails around Manitoba. So they started to brainstorm new ideas to keep Rick active. River trips were Stephen and Collins expertise. And Rick and Jill had spent many vacations paddling remote rivers before his Parkinson's diagnosis. So they decided to spend two weeks canoeing the blood vein river. The bleeding river is located on the east shore of Lake Winnipeg. I guess you would call that some kind of northern Manitoba. It's a pretty undeveloped area of wilderness. It's actually called the michio in ackee wilderness. And it was recently designated as a Unesco World Heritage Site for both natural beauty and cultural significance. And so yeah, there's no roads within the wilderness area. You access it by floatplane. The river is 225 kilometers. There's about 80 rafts along the way. Some are runnable, so not. So lots of portage. Most people do it in about 14 days. That's it. That's a Canadian heritage river and regarded as sort of like the whitewater canoeing river in Manitoba. So in some of my travels elsewhere, I've had people from Europe ask with a blood bank. And it's kind of like this. I think maybe back in the day it was in lots of lots of community magazines and that sort of thing. Despite its reputation, only a handful of groups paddle at each summer. The trip would be Stephen and Kahn's first time down the river, and it would be a special experience for Jill and Rick. The couple paddled the blood vein 30 years prior. Overall, the blood vein is pretty mellow. The rapids don't get much harder than class one or two. But Stephen and Colin knew the remoteness of the river, presented a lot of risk. And the moment you added the floatplane drop off into the mix and really know road access for 40 days. I definitely extreme. I think not something to be taken lightly. And then there was the challenge of getting Rick through the portages. When we first met Rick and through the summer Rick found it really difficult to walk and hard to talk. And so for Colin and I, the biggest concern was most the Khmer Rouge involved lots of portaging for Rick. Yeah, finding it difficult to walk. He could walk short distances with Colin and I supporting him on either side. But yeah, just the uneven rugged terrain of the boreal wilderness was that was a big concern for colonel. So I think before we committed to the blood bank, we wanted to just testing the out and see how it would go. So we did a few. I think we started with a two night canoe trip and ended like a four night canoe trip and just sort of increased a little bit at a time. And then those went okay and we were tweaking our systems as we went and then yeah it went from I think we did the managing a tog, which is about a four day canoe trip, a little bit of white water on that river and quite a bit of portage and then from the area went to the blood vein, which is a pretty big jump. At truth be told now we're quite terrified before we before we left. I think it was just a lot of responsibility and a lot of unknown. We weren't really sure how things were going to play out. On their day of departure, they showed up to the small seaplane base in bessette Manitoba, which sits on the edge of the wilderness boundary. We showed up and got Rick out of the truck and colonized supporting on either side. We sort of shuffled their way to the deck of the floatplane base where so we could wait for the plane and everybody at the base was sort of watching us as we were doing this. When Rick shows up, he kind of makes an entrance, you know? I think people aren't used to seeing maybe someone who has a difficult time walking and who is also not in a wheelchair. I think that for a lot of people that was quite interesting. So we shuffled their way across the parking lot and sat right down the chair and then carnell and loading the truck onto the scale where you wait everything before you throw it in the plane. And remember the dock can was kind of like, it's just calling I off to the side and he was like, you weren't taking that guy with you, are you? And yeah, we started to sit there, he's gonna show us down the blood. Steven remembers how Rick's eyes lit up when they arrived at the remote floatplane dock. He could tell that red couldn't wait to climb into the plane and.

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The Dirtbag Diaries

07:50 min | 10 months ago

"rick you" Discussed on The Dirtbag Diaries

"I got into paddling because of my dad. My dad is an avid canoeist. And so I think my first trip I was probably three years old still in diapers. And every summer since then, I've been canoeing all over northwestern Ontario and Manitoba. And then when I was about maybe 14 or 15, I got into white water kayaking, so high school teacher that introduced me to the sport and that sort of changed the trajectory my life. I've been chasing wild rivers all over Canada ever since. This is Stephen walker. Stephen is out on the water pretty much every month of the year. Even in Winnipeg, where the average low temperature in January is a frigid negative 1°F. Steven estimates he's in his boat between 60 to 100 days each year. And although his interests have shifted from multi day canoe trips to whitewater kayaking, he's recently figured out a way to combine his love for both. In more recent years, I've really been fascinated with expedition style I work hacking. So chartering floatplanes into remote areas in northern Canada and then paddling wild. Class four or 5 rivers back to civilization. Colin gisiger is Steven's oldest friend and trusted kayaking partner. The two meant playing little league baseball, and in high school, they started kayaking together. Some of our initial kind of really wild, crazy adventures we shared were whitewater kayaking and the north shore week superior. So we go early spring right after school ended, and we run all kinds of really challenging whitewater on the north shore of the Xperia there, kind of in the center of a Duluth area and we have the U.S. have shared some wild times through injuries through sort of scary experiences. They've kind of forged a friendship that's a little more like brotherhood than friendship. About three years ago, Stephen Collin and two other friends completed a paddling expedition that ended on the north shore of Lake athabasca. The group of four drove three days to stony rapids Saskatchewan. About 50 miles south of Canada's northwest territories. So we drilled there, which is just what the wildest one of the wildest roads in Canada, I think. Pretty crazy. And then no, we were in a four wheel drive truck all the way up there, and then we got into floatplane from starting rapids. From there, they loaded their kayaks, gear, and food that would last a week, under a floatplane, and took off for the headwaters of the old man river. They spent 6 days navigating the river while making first ascents on rowdy waterfalls along the way. Despite scouring maps and satellite images beforehand. The area turned out to be more wild, and more remote than they anticipated. Many rapids were unrunnable. They struggled to drag kayaks to the dense boreal forest, and they spent many days fending off mosquitos. But overall, the trip was a success. Yeah, we're sort of the first whitewater kayakers to navigate quite a few of those challenging waterfalls and canyons. Before paddlers eventually made it to Lake athabasca. But the trip didn't end there. An extreme storm descended on the Lake, and the group fought huge waves as they struggled to kayak to the shore. When we got to Lake athabasca, we had initially lined up a boat shuttle, pick up. We spent two days waiting for a boat that didn't seem to be coming. And every single kayaking trip we have the same discussion where it's like, should we pack an extra meal or two in case we get stranded. And we always say, nah, it'll be okay. And sure enough, that trip, we spent two days looking at each other. We could pack that extra meal and tell a friend of mine caught a fish and we ate that. Yeah, it was definitely an added part to the adventure the last two days they are sitting on the beach waiting. After two long days, the shuttle boat arrived at the Lake and transported the group and their boats back to stony rapids. These kinds of trips and experiences have laid the foundation of Stephen and Collins strong friendship. That comes with those people that kind of no matter what. It doesn't matter, it's like there's that kind of like type one type two fun. It doesn't matter what kind of fun it is, call it is always game and doesn't ever complain. In the spring of 2020, Stephen and Collin were presented with an opportunity that would challenge their idea of adventure and what they thought possible. But it wasn't a whitewater kayaking expedition. Their favorite college professor, Jill oakes, approached them and asked if they would help guide her husband, Rick rewi, who was 78 years old, on a bike tour across Europe. As a requisite, I guess, a wildlife biologist by trade. And so he was from Detroit, Michigan to begin with, and he moved to Canada and is kind of mid 20s and I think ever since he was a kid who was fascinated with Canada and especially the Canadian Arctic. So when he came here to do his masters, he was up in northern Canada and fell in love with the vast wilderness and the people of the north. Rick and Jill's careers as professors sent them down a path of exploration and discovery. Rick spent much of his time traveling throughout the Canadian Arctic and northern Russia by bush plane or boat. He studied wildlife and stayed in igloos and Caribou skin tents while traveling with hunters and studying Inuit traditional ways of life. Jill was an anthropologist who studied Inuit clothing, and her ability to fly small planes, open doors for the couple to explore. When Stephen and Colin met Rick, he had already been living with an aggressive form of Parkinson's disease. For nearly ten years. Although medical treatment wasn't available to manage the disease, Rick's doctor explained that some research found that daily activity and movement could slow its progress. And so John Rick and I took that to harden for many years had been cycling all over the place all the time to just keep Rick moving. From a way just sort of explained it to us. It's that if you don't use it, you lose it. So you can cycle across the U.S. twice. They've cycled all over North America. They were cycling every single day all the time. Riding not just short distances. They are riding like 80 to a hundred kilometers a day all the time. Despite their efforts, there was still a slow progression. They definitely slowed that trajectory and Rick was in those early days given just a few years to live. And long surpassed that while enrolled at the university of Manitoba, rumors spread that Jill taught fascinating classes, focused on the Canadian Arctic. So Stephen and Collin enrolled in every single course Jill taught. And they were blown away by her lessons and stories. And Jill was equally fascinated by the pair. She noticed one school let out, the two are packing their bags and taking off to live in tents to do all kinds of wild things during summer break. Early on in 2020, Jill announced in class that she was seeking support from a student to help her and Rick on an upcoming bike trip. Colin immediately went up to jail after class. And she mentioned it to him and he was gung Ho and I think he knew I was I would be gunko as well. So you sort of re signed up the moment we could. And I think we were both always looking for the next adventure and always looking for the next thing. And I think we were both at that precipice where we're about to graduate. And there's sort of maybe this pressure to get an office job or get a 9 to 5 and I think when this opportunity presented itself where we could be out adventuring all the time, traveling all over the place. I think it was a pretty easy, easy call. But the adventure would look different than those of the past. It was a job. And the job was to help Jill keep Rick moving in his final days. We talked a lot about this is sort of Rick's medicine. And staying active stay moving. Is like the secret to Rick's health, it.

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"rick you" Discussed on The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"rick you" Discussed on The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

"It was a reason for me to be in. And the book as well, I am sure there's many chapters to come, but you said, you know, I'm not finished yet. Now I want to change the world. And that's a big, you've done so much. You have so many business ventures, you changed music. You've changed business. You have these books now. New York Times bestsellers. The way you say, now I want to change the world. It feels like it's got some kind of weight, like you're either talking about foundation, charity, political something, is that what's really left? It's a lot left. It's a lot left. You know, just me being a leader, me being at the forefront. It's a lot left. You know what I mean? Just beginning with health, just beginning with ourselves. You know what I mean? You know, I touched on a few things last year with jet Doc. You know, and it's a lot more things to do. And we're going to see. And I'm going to keep going. Well, I can't wait to hear the album and thank you for giving the time. You know, obviously, I had signed wale way back in the day, and then we had to deal with Interscope that didn't work out. And the best thing that ever happened was you picking about that I love him, and I was so happy to see that success that you guys had together. So I texted him last night and I was like, oh, give me like a secret question. To something to ask Roseanne, he was like, and I ain't got nothing, but I'd love to be if I want to watch that fucking conversation. I was funny, I was like, I think it's gonna be fine. Oh without a doubt. It's been a pleasure. Thank you so much for the music over the years and I love the book and best of luck with everything. Man, you already know, man, I'm here whenever you want to do something, let's get some. Let's make some dope shit homie. I'm here. Let's do it. Let's do it. I love the fucking bas guitar. It's my favorite. It's just like it's your favorite. Let's go, let's turn up. I love the bass guitar. It's probably my favorite instrument to play. Rick Ross once told a story of putting the finishing touches on his album black market and at the very last minute he flew out his bass player to play on all the songs because he missed that feeling. That sound in the music from his earlier records. I knew we got along when I read that actually. This whole experience of hosting the fader uncovered for the past two seasons and living out all my teenage journal fantasies has been pretty wonderful. I'm not gonna lie, it's a lot of work. Mainly because I don't know how to do anything without over preparing to the hilt. Reading books, listening to entire back catalogs, watching docks, scouring the net. And then also writing these little break pieces hoping to keep you interested and entertained in your headphones or on the train or in the car wherever you might be. But I've also learned so much from these brilliant guests. I can't even sit down to meditate anymore without thinking of some sage advice from Jim James of my morning jacket. Be like the leaf. So this concludes season two of the fader uncovered with me Mark ronson. Our podcast is taking a short break and we'll return in early 2022. In the meantime, all episodes from season one and two are available wherever you get your podcasts. So thank you for listening. Take me out with the fader. Thanks again to Rick Ross for taking the time to talk with us. A special fader thank you to our Grammy and Oscar award winning host Mark ronson. Please visit the fader dot com slash podcasts to read the original cover story and check out a playlist of artists mentioned in this episode. If you like the show, please share it and review us on your favorite podcast app. Executive producers rob stone and John Cohen for the fader podcast network. Talent booking, Robert English. Producers, Alex Robert Ross, and Maddie Russell Shapiro. 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"rick you" Discussed on The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"rick you" Discussed on The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

"The perfect day to boss up is technically build as an advice how to book. And that makes sense. Ross life is an incredible success story and his approach to making money. Well, I wish I had a bit more of that. I do wish I could go into a bar mitzvah. Hell yeah, let's do this. Let's have the best time ever because I'm honestly a bit more like, well, I'm curious to sell out, look what you'll do for a chat. But it's like, why shouldn't every gig be the best ever? It's a wonderful thing to know that any crowd wants to see you do your thing. And the fact that you can lift that occasion just with your presence and doing what you do, well, that's sort of a mitzvah itself. You get the feeling that Ross could actually just walk around a party smiling and high fiving and they would instantly be safe. That's the people's champ part of him shining through. But he earned that through talent and persistence and a whole lot of charisma. So there's some really hilarious shit in the book honestly. I really love there's some little language like you tell this amazing story and it's feels totally real about going to visit Kanye at, where is it? In Atlanta, he's at the Tyler Perry thing. And you say the first person that walks in, that you see is Rick Fox, who's like running the business. And I love you have this line. I have to quote it 'cause I was just like, I was like laughing out loud. This is no shade to Rick phosphate. I always knew Rick Fox to be a reliable, small Ford. I didn't know he was working for Kanye. You could ever give a definition of Rick Fox for life. There's certain players that are just great at filling those homes. This is Rick Ross, I'm walking through the warehouse, that's owned by the gentleman who owns Chick-fil-A. We stopped shook hands with him. Yeah. Walking through Kanye showing me around showing me the fashion side of the warehouse. We walked through the music side, the studio side. We listened to production beats so so on and so forth. And then he walks me over into the presidential campaigns. One thing to know Rick Fox for being an NBA player, a small forward in his real bang the norm for being an NBA player a small forward and working for Kanye and then there's no one Rick Fox would be in the NBA player or small four in employee for Kanye. And then the guy that's running the president you campaign. Oh, he's running the campaign. He wants to just, okay, okay, wow. Oh, I most definitely I was in an amazing moment. And I wish y'all do it all over again. I wish I could just yeah. And I would have been less than or I wish I could have just really enjoyed the moment a little more. Instead of looking around and you see Rick Fox, you know, chalkboard and you look I look to my right and here next to me and then I looked at my left. There was an older white guy look like a scientist your show wasn't Sean Bradley. I'm not sure who it was. I just was like, rose, you got yourself some shit today, buddy. I also, like, you tell it, you're not afraid to tell exactly how happy of it in a funny way and you recognize the some of the craziness of it. But then I love at the end, it's just you and Kanye like you're like, I need beats and he's like, all right, well, if you got rhymes, cool. Like it's just like at the end of the day because you talk about you guys go back 20 years. Yeah, we do. We go back a long time and it's just that was the dope thing about the whole conversation to me was the fact that it was still about music, regardless of how much success he's having with fashion, clothes, you know, getting to live out his dreams. That was some bucket list shit. I'm running for president. I'm sure that's real cool to talk about it all up, you know, the parties, you know, having a glass, a loop Bel Air with some friends, you know, that's a great conversation piece, but at the end of the day, it went back to the music. Yeah. It went back to the beach. And went back to the raps, the ideas and so I was just like, yo, you know, I get it. I get it. I see what he's doing. Also, I had another thing that really stuck in my mind about the book is you know obviously been embroiled in some verbal wars yourself, but you seem to have this you're like the harshest put down that you've ever heard is that we talk about the Anderson Cooper when Donald Trump lost the thing and he calls Trump an obese turtle. And I feel like it was just like that went over my head even when that happened, but you seem to be like really like a lot of respect. You're like, if there was a full fucking burn, obese turtle, you really give it up to Anderson Cooper for that. That was, that was hilarious. I never could, you know. That was funny. You got to admit that. It's incredible. I don't even know how I missed it the first time and you know there were a lot of like fuck face Mac orange. There were a lot of great insults but obese turtle really just does everything it needs to do. So the album comes out Friday. Everybody downloaded December 10th. Of course, I can't wait. So tell me about this record and in an incredible discography so much solid as much as anybody ever. What is this recommend to you and how is it maybe different? I think what it means to me is just being somebody that was always on my own pedestal for the things I brought to the game. I think that's what made me unique coming from the south, but the word play was much elevated than the standard or the norm. And I just got better and better. You know, by the time I released my debut port of Miami, which a lot of people heralded as a classic by the time I was at deeper than rap, people knew this shit was going somewhere different. Teflon Don came mastermind came when I put together the record with Dr. Dre, Jay-Z and myself. Three tanks. Yeah, three kings and so I just began to show people my vision and what, you know, the things I'm capable of and still capable of. And so here I am. Album number 11. And I'm still just dependent solely on the boss, the beans, that's what I really focused on. So when you hit these records, when you hear little Havana and the vibe and the intro by Willie falcone, the biggest kingpin in the history of shit, it could be the U.S. just introduced the album and set the tone and I did the rest. Yeah. And are there any new features or people that you have to work with on this record? Did you decide to try anything new musically? Well, I got to actually get a virtual majority young artist coming out of Miami. You know, we worked in the past Apple of my eye. He actually produced these incredible producers and as well as our artists as well as young and they started essential Florida. We did an incredible record. I really feel it's going to really hit streets in a major major way. And I exchanged bars with Benny to push her, you know, some cool things. Wale, future, we got on another record. One words and you know, everything just, you know, it sits in his own place. And I want to just make sure I remain creative so that it was always not only just me being here 'cause I wanted to, when.

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"rick you" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"rick you" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"Willing as you mentioned. You've been a body in motion for a really long time. Did it take you some time to throttle back to realize that there was going to be another wave that the road predictions of in twenty twenty weren't coming true that in fact it was gonna be a while before you went anywhere where they're sort of almost shades of steps of Of the grieving process where you finally had to come to terms with the fact. I'm not going anywhere else. Well there's my woes. I'm not making any money. And i can't do my research and make my tv show. We shows all figured out for poland and iceland. We had the flights booked we had the permissions with scripts with crew lined up. I was excited about it. But i got over that in a hurry. You know this is much more important than than a privileged my ambitions as a businessman or by travel dreams. I employ one hundred people That's beautiful responsibility. That i take seriously and we have a lot of people that looked us for you. Know how to put their travel to europe together and then we have all these people that work with us indirectly in europe. And i remember ray Again we were. Euphoric were gearing up for the biggest year ever. I mean it was just a gang of travel nuts and suddenly we couldn't have our staff meeting inside and we met you know behind the extra house that we had across the street in the backyard syndrome by a white picket fence. One hundred of us. And i was standing there at saying. We don't know what's going to happen but we are not going to after today. That's our last in the office. I was not a fan of remote work. I want people there because we have the core and really loved being right there but our staff knew what was coming our way and we had scrambled people in the last or two to get us capable at home and we said goodbye and then it was that emotional day. I still remember it. Vividly and You know our our inner circle. That did the tourists we said. Well we'll have to see. We had the tours full. You know twenty five people on a on a bus. One hundred tours. That's a lot of people. Twenty five hundred people whose travel dreams. I mean i got over the lost income. It's their travel dreams. They saved they planned. They dreamed they got their friends together. And we had. Oh we have to cancel through april. We have to cancel through. May we have to cancel. Not through june through the summer we have to cancel till the end of the year. You know it just was worse and worse and worse and then i just realized we gotta hunker down. We got trim the sails and we just have to survive this thing. So it's been a year and a half with with no revenue in one hundred people on the payroll and I just met with my staff this morning and You know it's it's it's discouraging because we want to do our work and and we can't in there. I'm committed to keeping people on the payroll i've even. Yeah but my focus has been as more on our community and our roles as leaders in our community and so on. I'm paying my staff to work even if we don't have the work so i decided well. Let's mobilize people to help out in the community because older people can't do the there the normal volunteer force their nervous about covid And their people in the needs are greater than ever. So i thought well you guys i'm paying you if you can Use your company time and help out with meals on wheels and food banks and you know cleaning up the parks and all this kind of stuff so in our own little way. you know. we're doing four hundred hours a week with volunteer work on company. Time and i'm hoping this cove will cause us all to recognize that there are things more fundamental at stake here than our own travel dreams our own bottom line now. I'm not. I'm not trying to be like a wise guy but i think the brand the way the public sees you as a decent guy and you do in your work. Think about the impact of travel about the relationship of visitors to the places they go. Does the calculus change a little bit after so. Many tourists dependent economies probably had an awful twenty twenty that instead of being cautious about those things instead of having.

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"rick you" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"rick you" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"He organizes tours over the continent and since around march of last year. He hasn't been able to do any of that stuff. He's been away from europe for the longest time in his decades of covering it. So he's instead taken to finding ways to bring europe home to the united states cooking reading up on history looking back at fond memories of travels past so we decided to bring him the show and to interview him. Pair him with another public media legend. Our friend ray suarez. It's a clash of pbs. Titans before we get into that. Let's hear a little bit of a recent streaming event. He hosted called monday. Night owl. here. Rick is talking about some of his favorite european dishes something. We didn't anticipate when we started this monday night. Bumble ben was that it would evolve into sort of a shared meal. And every week i i. I'm surprising myself. I'm getting into the cooking. And i want to share with you. What i'm gonna be eating tonight. And i put the the menu on our Information so people can of eat with but look at this beautiful beautiful plate. I miss my kids. They're saying who is this man. I could this place. It's nothing betsy but it sure was it together and this is the danish meal. This is called smarter broke it. It means a butter on bread. Motorboat is open based on is in all over scandinavia. Buying these open base. Which is you go into a shop and you just choose what you like. rick steves. welcome to bullseye. Well thanks ray and listen to that. I just felt like an enthusiastic little kid who somehow just learned how to cook well. Let's be clear you weren't much of a cook before where you know this. I call it a corona bonus I'm a travel guy. I spent one hundred days a year in europe. I love my work. I'm writing guidebooks making public. Television tv shows leading tours and suddenly. I haven't been on an airplane for a year. And i just decided at the outbreak. This to play the cards. You're dealt you know i was telling my tour groups You know if it's not to your liking ginger liking and i've changed my liking were there a lot of irons in the fire. When the world shutdown things that sort of stopped in the middle. Oh yeah. I mean i had. I had one hundred tour guides from every country in europe in my living room having an amazing party the week that all the said in that Retirement homer senior center in kirkland that the first cases of covid were being reported it was just. It's just a twenty minute drive from my house. And we had just finished a week-long Celebration are annual summit of all the tour guides. We fly them into seattle every every january in february and And we have a big huddle and we're just having a big party. We were going to go home and have the best year of touring ever you know. Twenty nineteen we took thirty thousand people on fifteen hundred tours and we were already almost sold out for the next year and they flew home. We're all euphoric. And then i look at this. I'm looking out at puget. Sound here from my my window at home and is like a su- nami came in and it just submerged everything i remember. The the next couple of months was busy in reverse. We had to send back twenty four thousand deposits tours I had to keep my staff of one. Hundred employed somehow had one hundred guides in europe. That are now not able to do their work and it was. I mean know you think every time strange during this last year i just every coupla days it occurs to me. Oh that industry's been in crisis also and you know i'm focused into tourism. We lead bus tours. And we write guidebooks and you know. It's it's devastating From travel point of view are guidebooks. Ray were right up to date. These were the labor of love over thirty years of researching. I've got fifty different guide books on europe and they're all based on little moms and pops you know the the the the the entrepreneurial ventures that i think make travel so much fun to connect with these little guest houses and being bees and cafes and restaurants that are the dream of a husband and wife and It's just ski saddens me to think of how many of these works of love labours of love or are in crisis now and what's going to be a big emotional thing for me is to go back to europe. Once we get through this and see who still standing. I mean the big corporations will be standing. And they'll be the starbucks still be where we know. Starbucks is in in paris and so on. But what about the the little guys. And that's what really makes good travel so our initiative right off the bat is going to go back and sweep through and and see what's still there and put the guidebook make the guidebooks accurate. And then patronize the little guys. As if the way we consume can help shape the future. Well that means that An up-to-date book given lead time the time to run down. All these leads figure out. Who's still in business and all that We're talking about what twenty twenty two twenty three till you can sort of figure out what still here in the world and from you know people who value guidebooks. That's that's my thing is writing guidebooks to me. A guidebook at twenty dollars tool for for three thousand dollar experience if it's any good at pays for itself on the shuttle and from the airport and A lot of people are going to be traveling later in. Twenty europe's might beeped but anywhere you know and And then it's going to be almost. I'm i'm i really believe. Travel be wide open in twenty twenty two but from guidebook point of view. Anybody who's updating now is wasting their time you gotta wait till you're expect to some semblance of normalcy before you go back and find out you know who's there and who can we recommend so the workable research is only going to be possible if all goes well. People get their shots in europe and in the united states and so on in early two thousand twenty two and then it takes eight months. If it's just pedal to the metal to get it out into the bookstores so anybody traveling in twenty twenty one or two thousand. Twenty two will be using guidebooks that are either. I think dishonestly claiming to be updated because he can't update it or you're gonna be using information that was accurate in two thousand nineteen when the last of our guide books were updated for twenty twenty. And then you just. There's still much better than nothing at all. I'm going to europe. I hope later this year and be equipping. My i'll be traveling with a guidebook. Like i always do. And we'll just have to realize that you know things have changed and the only way to have information is to be flexible and use. What was accurate before covid. But what i'm committed to is by the end of two thousand twenty two. We will have what we're calling post covid guidebooks researched and updated by experiences after cova had passed. And then you know from twenty twenty three on. we'll be back back in her stride. God.

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"rick you" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"rick you" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"With E 6 30 report. Rick You Chino breaking now, Capitol police say one of their officers died last night due to injuries sustained while on duty. After Trump supporters stormed the building on Wednesday, the Capitol Hill police officer who died It's 42 year old Brian sick Nick law enforcement officials telling The New York Times He was hit in the head with a fire extinguisher. And now he's the fifth death connected to the violent attack on the U. S. Capitol that attack now the subject of a massive and growing investigation. ABC FAITH Abou Bay Without mentioning Joe Biden, by name President Trump last night, acknowledged for the first time on camera that he will not be president in 12 days, saying in a Twitter video that a new administration will be inaugurated on January 20th all of my wonderful supporters. No, you are disappointed, But I also want you to know that our incredible journey is only just beginning. The question now is whether the president makes it to the end of his term. At least three House members have drafted articles of impeachment. Using President Trump of inciting Wednesday's insurrection. Now the latest traffic and weather together from the UC help traffic center, the U. C. Health Weight loss Center offer solutions from life changing weight loss visit. You see how that com slash weight loss to take the next step. Crews are working with an accident on Red Bank Road in his clothes between Oh Marie and Erling Road. It's just above seven Hills. The earlier accident on East Miami River Road near Dr Ridge Road is now clear traffic on the highways. Not bad, not seen any Major time delays chocking.

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