35 Burst results for "Robbie"

Nicole weakens to tropical storm over east-central Florida

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

Nicole weakens to tropical storm over east-central Florida

"Nicole is now a tropical storm as it batters parts of Florida Robbie Berg of the national hurricane center says Nicole's winds have come down a bit but it still a large storm That large wind field is to still producing storm surge problems along portions of the east coast of Florida up into Georgia and South Carolina And then even later today we'll see some storm surge flooding in the apalachee Bay Area of Florida Berg says Nicole is expected to continue moving across Central Florida possibly emerge over the far northeastern Gulf of Mexico this afternoon and they move across the Florida Panhandle and Georgia tonight into Friday I'm Donna water

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1 dead, more than a dozen sick from outbreak tied to deli meat

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

1 dead, more than a dozen sick from outbreak tied to deli meat

"Nicole is now a tropical storm as it batters parts of Florida Robbie Berg of the national hurricane center says Nicole's winds have come down a bit but it still a large storm That large wind field is to still producing storm surge problems along portions of the east coast of Florida up into Georgia and South Carolina And then even later today we'll see some storm surge flooding in the apalachee Bay Area of Florida Berg says Nicole is expected to continue moving across Central Florida possibly emerge over the far northeastern Gulf of Mexico this afternoon and they move across the Florida Panhandle and Georgia tonight into Friday I'm Donna water

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The Midterm Candidates That Robby Starbuck Is Excited About

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:31 min | Last month

The Midterm Candidates That Robby Starbuck Is Excited About

"Robbie, walk us through some of the candidates that you're most excited about. House candidate Senate candidates that you're really looking at. Obviously Carrie and Blake, which are great. I'm going to try to steal you to come on our live stream, by the way, on election night, which is a really magnificent thing. Our team will be in touch. But tell us what candidates are you looking at? I mean, I have to just go back to Kerry first because Carrie and I spoke long before she came out about politics and we like I just knew she was so incredible so smart right on the issues and I was like here you have got to run for office. So I'm very proud of the fact that I was here very first endorsement. And I just love her. She is going to be a superstar and I think is going to set the standard in the way descent is sort of has this governor where everybody's going to be going, hey, my governor, you need to be more like Carrie. And so it's good that we're getting these people in there that can set that standard of the new right and set that path forward so the norm becomes eventually ten years from now that the entire Congress and governors main shins and everything are filled with people like that. But in Congress, you know, I'm very excited about Anna paulina. I think she's going to bring incredible change and challenge the squad in ways they've never been challenged before. So I think she's an incredible one for people to get behind and can really, you know, she can be somebody who ends up in the Senate, ends up being governor one day. I think she's got a bright, bright, bright future. I love Blake masters because again, I think he's one of those standards setters and JD Vance as well. It's about setting that new standard.

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Robby Starbuck Unpacks the Censorship Efforts of the Biden DHS

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:58 min | Last month

Robby Starbuck Unpacks the Censorship Efforts of the Biden DHS

"Now is Robbie starbuck, great guy who should be in Congress and we'll see if we can get that done one day, but he has some really important commentary and information to share about the bombshell story, the media has ignored of the Department of Homeland Security leaks, Robbie joins us now. Robbie, welcome back to the program. Thanks for having me, Charlie. Good to see you. Robbie, for those in our audience that are not caught up to date to this story because there just got a lot of things going on. We've been so focused on the election, which is where we should be focused. Walk us through this story. Yeah, so I mean, it's pretty wild. This is honestly groundbreaking in many different ways in terms of the lines crossed by the U.S. government, but essentially Department of Homeland Security and State Department, both coordinated with a group called the EIP, which stands for the election integrity partnership. It's composed of four entities. Those four entities have been given over $12 million in grants by the Biden administration, including over 3 million specifically earmarked for going and fighting misinformation through the EIP and as a part of this whole project. The EIP created an enemy's list that includes you and me and about 20 other people on it. What's unique about this list is when they made this, I was an active candidate for federal office. So this would be the first time the U.S. government has essentially engaged in open censorship paying a group and outside group to go and get involved in a political race. I'm sure given all the abuses we've seen from the FBI and DoJ that this is stuff that may have been going on for a very long time without people knowing, but they did this in a very bold manner. And so we saw the story from the intercept this week that kind of furthered this showing the portals that DHS and other entities had access to and these portals would allow outsiders within the EIP and within governments to go and make specific requests to the social media companies.

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Robbie Coltrane, who played Hagrid in "Harry Potter," dies at 72

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

Robbie Coltrane, who played Hagrid in "Harry Potter," dies at 72

"Scottish actor Robbie Coltrane has died a cause of death was not given He was 72 Robbie Coltrane played a tough crime solving psychologist on the TV series cracker but he's best known in movies as rubius Hagrid Keeper of keys and grounds at Hogwarts Hagrid was the first to tell Harry Potter You're a wizard Harry Hagrid is supposed to be 8 feet tall in the Harry Potter movies In a 2004 interview Robbie Coltrane talked about advice he got from author J. K. Rowling She said imagine a west country hells angel who comes into the pub and everybody parts

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The Enemies List of the Secret Sensors

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:57 min | Last month

The Enemies List of the Secret Sensors

"I'm continuing my discussion of investigative reporter John Solomon's bombshell report on the outsourcing of censorship by the Biden, well, Biden regime. I'm not gonna hesitate to say it. They're acting like totalitarians. They don't really deserve to be called anything other than a regime. So they have an enemy's list. And who's on that enemies list? This is what is kind of revealing because the enemies list is now been disclosed. It's been uncovered. And here's who's on the list. I'm just going to read some of the names. Real James Woods. Gateway pundit, Donald Trump Jr., Tom fitton, Jack bishop. Eric Trump, Charlie Kirk, Mark Levin, James O'Keefe, Richard grenell. Harmeet Dylan, a Breitbart News. Robbie starbuck. So you have this list. These are the bad guys from the point of view of these of the Biden administration. They're also the bad guys from the point of view of these left wing nonprofits. So the working together to shut down the opposition and let's remember some of these guys, Robbie starbuck was running for Congress. So you're talking about election interference. You're also talking about silencing important influencers in the days and weeks leading up to a presidential election. Think about this. And they don't hesitate to do this. So to look at some concrete examples, well, Marjorie Taylor Greene is also on the list. I'm a little disappointed. I'm not on the list. He goes, no, no, no, no, no. But hey, I'm a little surprised I'm not on it, but nevertheless, to look at a couple of examples. They're going off, they want to restrict Paul gosar. Why? Because he's sharing project veritas videos about the about the Minnesota cash for ballot harvesting scheme.

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People trapped, 2M without power after Ian swamps SW Florida

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

People trapped, 2M without power after Ian swamps SW Florida

"Hurricane Ian has weakened but it still could bring more problems to Florida Robbie Berg of the national hurricane center says rain is still the primary hazard across central and northern Florida until that rain subsides We really need people to stay inside and not venture out on the roads There's also still some coastal flooding occurring so storm surge especially from the onshore winds on the backside of the storm along the West Coast of Florida Ian has left a path of destruction and Southwest Florida trapping people in flooded homes and knocking out power to some 2 million people I'm Donna warder

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Hurricane Ian nears Florida coast, threatening floods, winds

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Hurricane Ian nears Florida coast, threatening floods, winds

"Hurricane Ian is headed for Florida Robbie Berg of the national hurricane center says most of Florida will be impacted by Ian We have watched the warnings up for much of the Florida Peninsula Actually most of the Florida Peninsula So really the entire state is being affected in some way by the storm Florida residents have been boarding up their homes in preparation of this afternoon's expected arrival of the storm at least 2.5 million people were ordered to evacuate in is expected to strengthen to a category four hurricane when it slams into the states southwest coast I'm Donna water

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Strider dominant, Contreras homers, Braves sweep Phillies

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

Strider dominant, Contreras homers, Braves sweep Phillies

"Spencer strider held Philadelphia to one run and one hit over 6 innings leading the Atlanta Braves to a 5 to two victory over the Phillies and a sweep of the three game series Strider struck out ten giving him a braves rookie record of 200 strikeouts in a season And no point that I want to strike out 200 guys this season That wasn't a goal of mine It was just keep us in games win games Pitch deep Robbie Grossman and William Contreras provided most of the offense for the braves Grossman doubled home a run in the third and had a solo shot in the 7th Contreras wrapped a solo home run in the 6th Gary mckillop's Atlanta

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The latest in sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | 3 months ago

The latest in sports

"AP sports I'm Bruce Morton College football's defending champ sent a resounding message to one at all Third ranked Georgia delighted to sell out Atlanta crowd when it thumped number 11 Oregon 49 to three bulldogs coach Kirby smart said his guys delivered on a pregame promise The expectations I have is for orgasm to play at their best and our coaches to prepare at their best and I think that our guys really did that this game Stetson Bennett threw for 368 yards and accounted for three touchdowns Meanwhile in Columbus number two Ohio State prevailed over 5th rated Notre-Dame 28 ten Tom merriam has details The finding Irish led ten 7 and a half time and held that lead until the final minute of the third quarter when the buckeyes took the lead for good on a 24 year old touchdown pass to Xavier Johnson from CJ Stroud It was the second TD pass of the game thrown by the Heisman Trophy favorite Baseball some tight races in early September Dylan cease came within one out of a no hitter in pitching the White Sox past Minnesota 13 to nothing combined with the guardians lost to Seattle Cleveland still leads the twins by one game and the pale hose by two in the AL central In the east the Yankees advantage over Tampa Bay shrank to four games when the rays defeated The Bronx bombers two one Corey Kluber delivered 7 shutout innings which earned a bouquet from his skipper Kevin cash He's just had a lot of success against the Yankee lineup They know him he played there last year They know how he attacks guys but when he's executing like that it's really tough Over in the national league the mets eastern division lead on Atlanta dwindled to two games New York fell to Washington 7 to one while the braves got a 9th inning bases loaded walk to Robbie Grossman to edge Miami two to one I'm just glad I could do anything to help the team win a game and fortunately we came out on the better side of that Pro basketball the Cavaliers made a serious personnel upgrade when they dealt three players to the jazz in exchange for three time all star guard Donovan Mitchell Bruce Morton AP sports

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 Grossman draws bases-loaded walk in 9th, Braves beat Marlins

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 3 months ago

Grossman draws bases-loaded walk in 9th, Braves beat Marlins

"Robbie Grossman drew a walk with the bases loaded in the 9th as the braves walked off the Marlins to one I'm glad I could do anything to help the team win a game and fortunately we came out on the better side of that The braves led one nothing behind an Austin Riley Homer and 6 shutout innings from Bryce elder Braves closer Kenley Jansen then blew the save in the 9th setting up Grossman's heroics The praise racked up their fourth straight win as they closed within two games of the mets Jim Hart Atlanta

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Ray's Day: Robbie Ray dominant as Mariners top Guardians 4-0

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

Ray's Day: Robbie Ray dominant as Mariners top Guardians 4-0

"Robbie ray led the Mariners to a four zero shutout of the guardians ray scattered three hits with no walks while fanning 7 over 7 innings He worked at least 6 frames in all 5 of his August starts allowing just 6 earned runs while striking out 41 over 33 innings I think that focus talked about about one pitch at a time I think I'm not letting the game get too big in situations I think my focus is just executing one pitch The game was scoreless until Dylan Moore belted a three run Homer in the 6th off losing pitcher errand savali Ty France added a solo shot in the 7th I'm Dave ferry

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Morton, Olson lead Braves to another easy win over Mets, 5-0

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

Morton, Olson lead Braves to another easy win over Mets, 5-0

"Charlie Morton struck out 12 and handcuffed the mets on three hits as the braves climbed within three and a half games of the division lead with a 5 nothing whitewashing Brave shortstop dansby Swanson was impressed For him to be able to throw the ball away the way he did tonight just come in and different pitches different parts of the zone was obviously huge Uphill to Robbie Grossman got the braves rolling with a solo shot in the third and first baseman Matt also knocked in three to power the offense The braves lead the four game series to nothing and look to hand the mets their first series loss against an eastern division team this season Jim Hart Atlanta

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Sebastian Talks to Chris Kohls About Warner Bros. Shelving 'Batgirl'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:38 min | 4 months ago

Sebastian Talks to Chris Kohls About Warner Bros. Shelving 'Batgirl'

"Somebody who's been an actor, been a writer, worked in Hollywood, understand kind of pulling the plank when you're having the first initial meetings about investing. I can kind of pulling the plug when you've got the first week of dailies. Pulling the puck up to the whole thing is even been scored in ADR. How does that happen in Hollywood? I'm just curious. They have $90 million invested in this. Some people are reporting to have a $100 million of it. I don't know if that's rounding up or what. Just to cap off the green jump Pierre and the whole communications department jumping ship and all that. The reason I believe that batgirl was so terrible wasn't just the wokeness, it was the people they hired. So the woman that wrote Birds of Prey, I don't know if you saw that movie or heard about it. Birds of Prey is one of the worst movies that's come out. Joker spin off who's that woman, Margot Kidder? Yeah, exactly. Yeah, Margot Robbie. Who's very cool, by the way. I've met rogel Robbie, she's actually awesome. But yeah, Birds of Prey was a disaster. And I watched that just because I wanted to see how bad it was, and it was hilariously bad. Anyway, I got a video coming out about batgirls, but I'm giving it to everybody now already. But they hired the woman who wrote that to write this. I mean, that was feminist garbage that came out. It was a flop. It lost them a $100 million, no joke. Worldwide, it lost them a $100 million. They brought it, oh, you know that pile of dog excrement that you wrote? Could you do that again? Please, we want another one of those. We want to lose another $100 million. So she

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Eric's Latest Book Recommendations

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:24 min | 4 months ago

Eric's Latest Book Recommendations

"Okay, number one, book recommendations. What are you reading? Now you notice how clever that is. Book recommendations. That's one question. And then what am I reading? That's another question, right? So book recommendations, I always recommend the same books. If you haven't read them yet, what are you waiting for? Chance or the dance by Thomas Howard, with a forward by Eric metaxas, chance of the dance orthodoxy by G.K. Chesterton. How about that? Have you read that? No, I would jump on it. What about death of a guru? Now that moves over to the second question, whatever I've been reading recently, there's a guy that I have had the privilege to know Robbie maharaj, who wrote a book in 1977 called death of a guru. And it really is from the inside view of somebody deep into Hinduism, which is a cultic and horrific making his way through that culture and then eventually finding the God of the Bible. It's called death of a guru. So those are my recommendations. I'm also reading Nancy pearcy and old friend has a new book out and she sent it to me for possible endorsement. I am just beginning to read that and enjoying it very much. Anything by Nancy pearcy, my goodness, that's another recommendation. So a lot of stuff. I just read John's mirac book on William rupp, a biography, just read the book tell us by Jacob Boney as the last name. We're going to have him on the show very soon. But amazing stuff.

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Astros start fast, batter Ray for 3-game sweep of Mariners

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

Astros start fast, batter Ray for 3-game sweep of Mariners

"Other momentum the Mariners generated from a 14 game winning streak has died in their three game sweep by the Astros The last being an 8 5 victory by Houston The M's were down by two in the blink of an eye as Jose Altuve and Jeremy Pena hit consecutive homers off Robbie ray to start the game Martin Maldonado had three RBIs for the 9th spot in the lineup helping the Astros earn their 5th straight win From bravo Valdez improved to 9 and four and had a shutout until he was chased during a three run 7th Ray was tagged for 6 runs and ten hits in three innings I'm Dave

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12 Ks for Ray, 12 Ws in row for M's after 4-3 win in Texas

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

12 Ks for Ray, 12 Ws in row for M's after 4-3 win in Texas

"The Mariners picked up their 12th consecutive win as Robbie ray and Julio Rodriguez led them to an 8 three thumping of the rangers Ray struck out 12 without a walk over 6 and two thirds innings allowing three runs on two Texas homers Rodriguez belted his first Grand Slam in 16th home runner this season to finish with a career high 5 RBIs The Rookie also poked a run scoring single Seattle has its longest winning streak since a team record 15 straight in 2001 Corey Seeger and leote Tavares homered for the rangers Ray improved to 8 and 6 and Taylor Hearn dropped to four and 6 I'm Dave

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John Solomon's Elevator Pitch About Donald Trump and Russian Collusion

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:17 min | 6 months ago

John Solomon's Elevator Pitch About Donald Trump and Russian Collusion

"Will you walk us through the last 5 years for you? And if a Martian landed right now and asked you, what is this about Donald Trump and Russian collusion? Can you give us the Washington elevator pitch of what really happened and how it was spun and your role in uncovering the truth? Sure, we're glad to have such an important story because I think it's the modern siren of what is about to happen in American politics. And that is that we have created the capabilities and our military intelligence agencies that when we need to when we need to destabilize an enemy, we're able to create what is called false reality, which is something that feels real, but isn't really true. But you can create it through social media through psi ops and other operations. We've had this capability. We've used it effectively in various war fronts before. Well, that's what happened in 2016. A group of Hillary Clinton campaign folks, their opposition research arm, fusion GPS, a British spy trained in these very skill sets. A name Christopher Steele. In personally sanctioned by Hillary Clinton. That's very important. Hillary Clinton approved this plan. They set out. Let me just let me just interject here. And we now know this because of the sworn testimony just a few weeks ago, from one of her campaign managers, Robbie mook, who said, yes, Hillary knew and Hillary told us to do it. So this isn't some anonymous source saying it. This is sworn testimony by somebody inside the beast of the campaign. Sorry. Yeah, top of the campaign. And also that she approved it knowing that it might not be true, right? They couldn't validate. That's another important part of Robert. Robbie books testimony. I think it's probably more nefarious. What I've seen is a little bit more nefarious than that, that they probably knew it was. They set out according to an intercept that U.S. intelligence made in the summer of 2016 that by the way was briefed both to president Obama at the time and the FBI who would later investigate Donald Trump. They set out to voice this false story on the American public to hang a shingle or Russian single on Donald Trump's house. To get the attention off of Hillary Clinton's then scandal about her classified emails being under private

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"robbie" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"robbie" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Is there a ride that you would say, hey, this is the greatest ride I've ever put on any horse in my career. You know, Mike, we never see those because they're probably like a third or fourth. Best rise of us. I'll come back and say, well, I'm gonna roll that horse so good. So good. It feels a man. When you plan on how you gonna ride a race and you execute just like you planned it, you know, wow, the exact one I wanted to do is go on the race, I didn't win the race, but I did exaggerate I wanted to do and those going unseen sometimes and it's a self gratification and I say, well, I'll do exactly what I want to do. Well, you know, there's been plenty of in the past. Obviously I've written some divorce and they help you. They horses anybody can ride, really. In other races where an example is what I will build this all over The Kentucky Derby. When I was second to over, I just wanted to hear how this year was that there and everything worked as just like a plan that in my mind. I had to call an audible to myself and say, well, I think everything worked out just like I thought it would end up second I was a nice horse and racist like that. You know, just kind of you have different plans and strategies and place your hand. As you get set to step away from the game, at least on the writing side of things, Robbie, if you were to look back and say, you know, boy, there's something missing from my resume from my trophy case. There's one thing I wish I could have accomplished. Would it have been The Kentucky Derby? Absolutely, man. The only thing that's kind of like you feel like a damn Marino or Charles Barkley, you know, you dig in your career if I say a great career, great career, but you know when that championship. And when that Super Bowl, you know, when they can tell you Derby, it was kind of like that. You don't really care. Very honored with avocados. I'm proud of myself or does that? But that's one thing. And then where you could be fine on airplanes and all your Jackie on. That's nice. How do you want to talk to you Derby? First thing it was asked is the people's races. Everyone's special race. Everything around it. But I don't know especially to me too so. But it's kind of still life is the one that can tell you Jeremy. Talking with journeyman Jackie Robbie Al barrado in advance of his retirement coming up later tonight at turfway park, it'll come in the 7th race his final mount bigs bug girl big bugs girl, big long shot in that race. We'll see if Robbie can find some magic one more time and get to the winner's circle at turfway park. Robbie, I said that I think you deserve to be in the Hall of Fame. I think your resume warrants it. I have, I do have a vote, and I have voted that Robbie Al barato should be in the past couple of years that you've been on the ballot. Do you view your career as a Hall of Fame career? Well, considering the guides are written in the past, I found a picture of Shane sales and I need a picture in his house of jockey challenge we used to go to the actual jockey challenge that was in Dallas, Texas. And in the picture, it was Chris antley. If you think I changed sellers myself, Chris McCARRON. Facilities, Jerry Bailey, pat day. We rolled the Jackie Johnson. I'm thinking myself, wow. We've forgotten back then how tough the colony was, and I was started out and I was at my peak. Compared to today, where we still have a great budget great, young riders here today, but back in the day man, it was stacked up a pretty good bunch of rides that roll in to say I deserve to be in all of them. I mean, that's not up to me. That's up to you voters to do that. But I'm proud of my career and I feel like I've written some of the best parts of the country. So if it happens it happens, man, you know, just sit back and hopefully one day you know, that navy jacket on. Where do you think your life would have ended up? And what do you think you might be doing if you never decided to become a jockey? Man, I came to tell you. I played basketball as a kid every day. Obviously my high restrictions stopped that. What I loved about basketball. I didn't have enough money to play golf when I was younger. So I don't know. I couldn't tell you what would have taken you in. That's an interesting question. I mean, who knows? Oh no, I think that we none of us really know. There's no doubt about it. As you get set to step away tonight, Robbie, what's the one thing that you're probably most proud of with everything you've been able to accomplish? Most I think the impact on your kids that I have, and I really appreciate them on a charity work almost a pay for a guy. I've always been that way and I'm a continual and hopefully change as many young lives I can. I feel like I was in a position to do it. And so that's probably what I'm most proud of and changing young kids lives. And you heard him say he's not done yet. He'll stay around the game he'll be working in the sport and sub capacity. Maybe as a jocks agent, maybe a steward. Who knows? You're going to hear more from Robbie albarado after he hangs up his writing tech later tonight. What do you think you'll be able to get your golf handicap down to? Well, if I keep him a little boy who just kind of scholarship development, healing, you better. I had no idea. That's awesome. Congratulations to him. Yes, you just got it. He's still a senior at saint X and he's got him a low ride. Next year, so he's excited about that man. Who wins that match play between you and him most of the time? Well, for a long time long time to be me, but I have no chance whatsoever now. It's a 303 115 yard and it takes me two shots to do that so. No, I got no chance anymore. Wow. Good for him. We're going to look for him on tour someday then. Let's see if we can work hard. You never know. There you go. Robbie Al Brad or the caddy? Maybe the Hall of Fame caddie. Who knows? You know, we'll see. And don't sound bad. No, it doesn't sound bad at all. Robbie listen man, I appreciate the time here this morning. I know it's a busy and an emotional day for you. Enjoy every second of that ride tonight and thanks for all the memories my friend. Mice, I was a pleasure, man. Thank you..

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"robbie" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness

Chasing Poker Greatness

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"robbie" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness

"You'll be miserable throughout the whole process of you doing it. It just doesn't work, which I think is counterintuitive to a lot of people, but when you pursue something at a very high level, because you're passionate about it, and there is a demand for it. The money will come if you do it at a high level. That's just that's the side effect of pursuing your passion. For sure. And I go even further, like, just to take this concrete example now that it's in the rearview mirror, if someone were to tell me when I first conceived of it, that your bottom line at the end is X, you know, because you know, considering the expenses and flying there in all the whole deal, right? It's not like there's a lot of overhead for this sort of thing and I wanted to have coverage and a photographer all of these sorts of things. This is going to be your bottom line, you know, I'd be like, okay. So on the one hand, well, it doesn't seem all the amount of time for that money. There's not a really good correlation there. But again, that's not what's motivating me at all. I still would have done it. I'd be like, okay, at least I'm not losing, you know, and that's great because that means people enjoyed themselves headphone, et cetera. Was it easier or harder than you thought it would be? There were parts that were easier and there were parts that were harder. That's a kind of a complex answer, but as a whole, when you first had the idea of like, oh, I'm going to do that. I want to do this thing. I really want to do it. I'd say harder because, you know, on paper, when you're in control of everything, then it's up to you, you know, just you do it, it's done. But when there are other parties involved, you never know how they're going to go and react and what sort of responsiveness they'll have. You can only have a certain level of expectations of yourself. And you can hope that other people will perform how you would do that particular job, but that's not always the case. So some of those things were a little harder for me conceptually like realizing, okay, Robbie, they're not you. You know, like they have their thing to do. And you know, you've got your thing to do. Even when it's just me, maybe even especially when it's just me with all the responsibility. Everything is always so much harder than I imagine it will be. At the end of the project, I'm like, wow, I thought that was gonna take me like a day. It took me like two, two weeks. I think I'm just like delusional and overestimating how quickly I can solve problems. But I'm actually grateful for that delusion because if I knew exactly how long and how hard everything was, I probably would never start anything to begin with. So the delusion is almost like the catalyst to me getting shit done. Yep, yep. But like I said, though, you know, there's so much experience you gain from doing things this first time. And if you ever have to do it again, so you do it differently. You do it better and much more streamlined and GTO. And I already know that whenever the next festival is going to be, it won't be a completely smooth ride because it's just the nature of things and logistics and multiple parties working together. But it'll be a lot smoother than it was because I'll have learned some good and important lessons and I'll be saving time and effort on certain things that I know I won't need to invest,.

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"robbie" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

Fantasy Focus Baseball

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"robbie" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

"I'm i'm rooting for toronto. Like pretty much out so toronto. Try to be dangerous to man. Because robbie ray in a one game playoff against garrett cole i mean everybody would take coal but robbie ray would you take robbie ray. Rhetorical like who is having the better fantasy season call is is. They're basically tied right now in fantasy. And i why would that be because cole has more wins. Because he's an robbie ray has had man is on believable. You realize last year he walked forty five hitters in. Fifty one and two thirds. He's still hasn't worked. Forty five hitters this entire season in twenty nine starts. it's unbelie. i've never seen anything like it. Not only that if you look at his entire professional career dating back to two thousand ten as a member of the washington nationals. You're looking at the two point. Two three case for ninety has we're talking about that as seriously more than a full walk per nine innings lower than he's had in any of the of the other professional seasons he's got a six point three percent walk rate x nearly two percent beneath almost any other stoppings ad for any period of time in the whole pro career and we mentioned on the show before not. Nobody saw this coming. Nobody saw this kind of breakthrough but he did make the commitment to much better fitness and he put a little bit more polish on the slider. Got some more break to it. I think some of the rpm went up on there. I'd have to dig into where those are at the stage of the season. But he made some definite tweaks and sometimes when a player does this during spring training. That leads to a breakthrough to this level. None of us ought to this extent. There's no reason you should invest to the point. You expect this but kudos to him. And i hope he goes into next season with that same kind of approach. Same kind of sharpness control. I love it. This is just a great fantasy baseball story. So you darvish kind of did this a year or two ago where he just stop walking people robbie ray unbelievable season. He may win the cy young award depending how he finishes he may win. An important league depending on how he finishes and you as well. So i was looking at the walks leaders and obviously it's not rates that total walks but is there somebody on this listener blake. Snow already had his cy young season. He might be out for the rest of this season. Tunnel walks this year. I'm looking at the walks leaders and trying to figure out who could be next year to just stop walking. People and become a monster pitcher and lance mccullers is actually one walk off the major league lead. He has three twelve. Era whip one point two four which is still good. He's hard to hit. No home runs. No hits allowed. His biggest problem walks strikes people out. Lance mccullers could make that to make strides if you could just chop down the walks to be a top ten fantasy pitcher. Yep and mccullers case He's got that amazing curveball. They're few players in baseball of breaking pitch. That has the kind of swing and miss nature. That lance mccullers does and. That's the ticket to being a cy young caliber player. So when you talk upside. Lance mccullers belongs in the conversation. He's actually had a very good year. And you're right that. If he does improve that control next season he could take another major step. He's done it a couple of times before it has major league career in limited time but next year. Maybe he is. I like that as a candidate that navies and the phone saying what about me. And i'm gonna say no zach. You're not going to be a contender next. Exact davies leads. The major leagues walks with seventy right now and that's not very promising point. Five four winning exacts not giving up. either he's still calling go to voicemail already davies. He's hurt us. He's he's like really. I agree season should be over. Like snell's up to louis steel. That's a little bit troubling. That's very high walk rate for him. That's what's killing his web. But overall i mean he's rebounded after terrible april lewis was still a top twenty pitcher for you in two thousand twenty two drafts close right. It's close. i'd like to get him in there. Because you know how much respect. I have for the change. He has got one of the game's best. Anybody i can think here i would take. I would take the i think. That's tyler maley calling yourself. Oh now saying what about me. Kim breakout next year. You can read got next year. Put that what's what's really you know what's really fun is when somebody calls your house and then calls your cell phone right afterwards. It's just relentless tyler care. Wait be half an hour. I like see. I'm i'm with you. I think you take the more recent returns over the full year. you don't even feel bad pandemic. i know some people don't believe it. Our phones are gonna ring while we're doing shows from home and office. Kyle's his waterlogged basement and lego destroyed the better off the phone rings off the hook soviet my i was going to ring any second and i got the worst on this one is normally. I could hit the little volume all thing on the stand. I have on my desk but this case my son has my has the headset so i can't do anything. It's not shutting it off. Gosh amazon delivery pose tyler. Maley would be on my list of potential breakouts next year as well. Freddie pearls has already broken out but he's actually twenty-first in the majors in walks curl. If he gets the volume boosts next year could be in there so that might not even be some sort of tweet. That might just be more trust in giving him more starts. Peralta or lewis. Stephen next year drafts. A say peralta just because of the filthy all around stuff. It's one hundred and thirty three innings. I think next year he could get up to one seventy five. They can push a little bit. More question would be whether he can handle it all right enough of all the jocularity. Now it's time for well you know. I guess we could do. The mike. Trout might trust for the season. So is joe. Adele like some. Maybe there's a newsmakers. I wrote a piece about trout. We've talked about trout. Ad nauseam on this show and i said late. Second round early third. I said he's not the bus of the year. I'm not gonna tell you who it is. You need to read the store to figure that out but just give me briefly Because you know we gotta tied in. The news might trout for you. Is he better than amid second round. Pick for you and romeo and or points leaked drafts next year. So this is another case. Rather have him in the non traditional rodeo in our game compared to something deeper also i would rather have him though. So for example labor talloires. Much less likely. Al only much less likely if it's sabre metrically inclined to have told you that..

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"robbie" Discussed on Section 138

Section 138

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"robbie" Discussed on Section 138

"They played tampa so it looks like when the seasons all said and done every series that he plays the raise their the jays play the raise. Robbie reyes started in a game and that's crucial and important and just everything you know. It's just impressive. Because the rays of seen him so many times he's obviously seen the raise often so many times and he continues to dominate them. And that's what you need going into the playoffs. That is the confidence you want in a wildcard game. There's no hesitation robberies the guy gain in the ball right now a few months ago you may have had a little bit more of a debate but right now it's not even a question. You're confident in what he'd bring in how good he'd be. And that's why every time he pitches it's just a treat with his fastball. And everything i think is possible was up to ninety seven today in the first inning. And that's i think a little bit faster than usual for him but either way i mean this late in the season two. That's impressive to see you know. He seems to be in good shape and everything in terms of his health. And you just hope this continues to boil over. So he's got another start against the raise next weekend or not. Sorry next week and Know i'm expecting the same thing much as it's at the top so this is a word to win for sure. And if he keeps doing what he's doing right now there's no reason to believe that this is not his award at the end of the year and can you say quickly the good thing we talk about how good robbie ray has been and he's been absolutely fantastic but when you're restructuring this rotation you also have two or three probably three other guys that are equally as good. I would say now. Robbie ray still i would say better than minoa than then matt's than embryos and whatnot but if you're restructuring this rotation all you need to do is plan to have robbie ray in that potential tiebreaker or wildcard. It's not like we need him to pitch member david price back when he was with the blue jays. They're restructured the rotation so that he ended up playing the yankees i think ten times Or four or five times. Whatever it was out of ten stars like half of them were against the yankees. And the thing with ray all you gotta do is have him scheduled for that one game that you want and you can trust the rest of your rotation so this shows a real strength of the of the blue jays. I pray that he is back next year. Because i think the blue jays can afford him. I think they can afford both him and burritos..

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"robbie" Discussed on Section 138

Section 138

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"robbie" Discussed on Section 138

"Robbie freaking ray comes out and shove today with just the expected amount of strikeouts thirteen strikeouts walks only one run around run allowed on a solo shot to mike sannino. So taking all together is a very good outing for bluejays. Starting pitching this series and they kind of held down an offense in the region so it's one of the best in baseball. They're known for being a pitching first team but this year they've really stepped up offensively and they have the last few years that they've had success going into the postseason and you saw the blue jays do their best against one of the best teams in baseball. And that's exactly what you want. We were always putting asterix next to the performance of the last couple of series. You know you get the baltimore orioles and everyone knows who they are. You get the yankees. And they're struggling. You get the oakland athletics. And they're also struggling. The bottom is kinda fallen out for them but the rays were a hot team in. Yeah maybe last. they've lost. I think five of their last seven games so not as hot as it could be but bottom line. The blue jays beat good team with phenomenal. Starting pitching which was incredible to watch -absolutely. And you know what in may i think we could all agree that pitching primarily the bullpen. But even starting pitching was it was a disaster and it was probably one of the weaknesses of the team. But i'm willing to say that the rotation bluejays have right. Now is probably one of the best that i've seen in the last five plus years. And when you when you look at it you have an all star burritos in on all star in review your robbie ray who easily win the cy young alec manoa who's inconsideration. I think for rookie of the year and stephen matt's who's sub to think since post all-star break and look what they did against the tampa bay rays only five runs allowed all series bluejays. You look at that and you think that's an easy sweep. Unfortunately two of those runs came when they were shut out and the blue jays weren't really able to get any offense going in that second game but pitching was absolutely fantastic. And i mean minoa ten strikeouts. You mentioned that he. I think he was actually perfect. Going into the fourth or the fifth when he allowed that base runner jose burritos even though he did suffer some abdominal tightness or some some strain there. He has not as of right now. Gone for any imaging which is a good sign. Perhaps it's just a. He didn't feel too good he. Steve sits the rest of the game. Spends the night re recovering. Hopefully able to make that second start or that next star even for him. Four strikeouts only allowed a home run which unfortunately that loss was charged to him but he still was absolutely fantastic and two runs over seven innings or or one run over seven innings to brioche and then one was charged a meza to runs over a full game that with an offense that the blue jays have. That's an easy win. I think and they didn't win..

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"robbie" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"robbie" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

"Yeah he could have been trying to break into someone's and he got caught that way and that was the confrontation and that's why to show something happening. But if anybody knows anything any any kind of information call walker county police at seventy six three seven. Five seven eight one. Oh or you can always always We do get tips now on our facebook page. We get the emails You can trust us. It's true crime mysteries beyond the veil on facebook. We've gotten tips on just on our facebook page so please. If you know any making in banlieue aren't gonna find a way to share this podcast and send it to my people to you. Know my my other friends robbie and You know maybe they can listen to this shot. Get some in or give you get inspiration maybe to There's something Horrific i mean. That would be wonderful for you kids to do that. That would be wonderful. You know an honor. Robbie honor your good memories. I will. I will say something that i see very clearly in the chart and that is the eleventh houses the house of friendship and you see a blue line. If you're looking at the chart that goes straight to him. Robbie it's and would moon there. It shows moon represents to help. So if there's anyone powerful in this chart Is the friends. And to how the the planet representing hunters. He's in the first. How and it's next to the part of fortune where it shows hunters are successful so they were successful in getting to him. So it's but that's also the case to Whenever you see that little round thing with the x. Through it that's part of fortune part of fort and yet can show someone as Success but it's interesting that robbie wasn't successful so it's like okay. So how does that play out like. It's supposed to say that that the victim was because it's right next to this but again hunters different things. And it was the hunters. Yeah that's what she was just telling me like. I think she gets that stuff a lot better than i do. Well absolutely and we you've got my number and kyle and you guys stay in touch and we're here to help anything you all need. Get what your friends and we'd be glad to help you guys.

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"robbie" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"robbie" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

"Carpet and the red line which is square. Goes to the planet saturn. Then saturday represents the body or the victim So it can show that maybe the person putting in some kind of carpeting. Yeah and it's just. It's just a pattern pattern that we've seen so i it's hard when you're not in astrology and you're looking at these symbols and you don't really know what they mean But once you start to understand That this means is that that means the victim and you can sort sort of draw picture as to To what's happening and with all of those planets when we see so many planets in a section of the chart that is a huge clue which shows that there's a lot of energy when it comes to representing that segment like you see ten. That means ten pounds eleven. That means the eleventh. How well ten means that. Something's happening out in the open and eleven means a friend or a group of friends it also means There's another symbol there. Mercury it shows witnesses and It's it shows a witness might have to help but couldn't so. I'm not sure if that makes any sense but it's it is. There's a huge red line to the second house which can represent food or can represent money or something of value so There's a possibility that somebody might have bogged. We could Let me see here. Hold on when we wanna look at drugs. It's usually Neptune and in this chart. Neptune is in the four thousand aspects of second l. So yes that could mean. Some kind of Do like the drugs worthy asset or the drugs were of value. And that's what that points to. Its very direct to their real quick is I mean the people. I was talking about the really new robbie that was what he valued. Was you know he valued drugs pretty much over family and a lot of other things. That's that's why i mean. But hang.

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"robbie" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

John Bartolo Show

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"robbie" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

"But maybe that's in my dream world where you know. People are playing the running man all day. Who knows so i i. Can't you know. I i can't say enough that i think your message and i think what you're trying to do is is tremendously important. And i hope some of these strategic alignments truly with some of these larger entities pans out. That's the dream this to get some of these people on board start to really get into your ideas and flesh them out. Get them on board purely from a standpoint of keep doing what you're doing we love what you're doing we don't want to influence what you doing. Which is the which is the switch. Right is the marketing well. That's the problem. All these guys look at your shit and they wanna wet their beacon and you know what i mean and then you gotta be careful you do do a good deal like i tell people all the time. I'll put the show on any like i'll give it to the nra. I said it to the nra. And i'll say it again on air. I'll give it to the nra tomorrow for. It's going to help them but don't think you're going to wait your beacon sell the advertising and You know we're gonna make changes do this. But you want us to port the larger entities. I want to. I know you want to. But they gotta get their head out of their ass where it's gone too many too many old white guys so i say all the time you're gonna change the pacific ocean. Yeah and and you know. It's it's hard for them to pivot and understand that the markets are changing and they are evolving. And they're trying to figure out how to make money on it. Whatever it is whatever. The strategic alignment is whether that's through pay walls but like how larger entities like. Sei are like nra. Have these pay structure walls with. They should be garnering. The support of larger influences are folks like yourself to behind those pay walls offering advice support avenues to go down but again. This is common sense. Shit that just doesn't sink into the their heads. And unfortunately we're falling behind you see companies way bigger do mergers and acquisitions right now in streaming like crazy and there's reasons for that robbie it's like why can't the outdoor channel get out of its own way and figure it out you know there's a lot of reasons right because really watching on tv's pretty fucking boring And they haven't figured that out yet been trying to figure it out. There's a lot better ways to get people together in long form conversations podcasts blogs things like that resonate right and that's why guys like youtube influencers have been winning for so long. It's like just adapt. I know programming. It's hard to adapt programming. That's the struggle. That's the bridge but they got you know one hundred percent. Why isn't there a hunting show. You know proper narration or like the way you know it's like it's always the boring it's like you know golf barely hangs onto a viewership because it's boring to watch but you got to change it up and i think that's important. I loved having you well. I really appreciate you having me on man you know your audience is not one hunting audience and so Just to be able to speak about hunting. Speak about the truth about hunting. Convey the truth about hunting will they..

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"robbie" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

John Bartolo Show

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"robbie" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

"Community right any community. Has you in fighting. Any community has your bad apple. But it's bad right now That i agree with you. And i i see what what goes on there and everybody listening. This isn't this isn't shade. There's always gonna be profiteers in every fricken business. I'd say my my issue with it. Is i wish the companies would be a little more keen to who's actually help lay framework down like you said brennan burns people would know this one of the best hunters out there on the planet hundred percents. I love burns. You have a personal relationship with him full disclosure but go back and look at some of his hunts and you could stack them up against anybody out there but there's people that he does a lot for the hunting community a lot and puts his money where his mouth with that community. And then there's is that just you know they host a show and they're hunters in you know. What are they really putting back into the community. Now they'd argue that it's awareness right. They'd make all those arguments and they wanna be wrong. They're not wrong so it's not hating. It's just are you really in for the cost because there's always that scene right like in like in darkness rising whatever fucked last one. He did with bain when he goes and he walks down he goes. I need you. I need your help to the commissioner and he walks down the street blues because he had a show that he actually belonged in. All we try to say is if you really in the cause. Put your money where your mouth is back support. That's right you know. And i said look. I think that there's as i said. I think i'm i'm going to be the more optimistic side of the coin. Which and. I'm always the most more optimistic side of the coin. Until i got kicked in the ball a couple of times and then i'll go on the other side but i think that there is a title shift. There is the hope so the waves had been crashing against our show for so long is now causing a tied to change. And you're starting to see it in the storytelling you starting to see it in the content that's being pushed out and i've had educate some of these young people to robbie that are in these communities. They come up to me and like you know how it goes. They'll be like oh you know. Why does jim shock. Get a big big deal. I'm like you should pray. That jim shock he gets all the money he can get when he's offered because i can't make five dollars on this robbie makes ten because y- that's the way it works so you know there's that infighting where everybody wants to put everybody down to an extent. I just think you have to get the right people in positions leadership because we only have so many platforms. Only so many microphones that are built up and we need to. We need to honor those. And if we work together to support. Everybody i share. Everybody's podcast jack cars. This one of you send it to me you tag me in and i'll share it because i'm this plenty to go around if somebody's listening to jackie..

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"robbie" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

John Bartolo Show

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"robbie" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

"And i'm going to tie this in when i b. I can't not bring it up. You got a lot of people that became die hard irs. Some people call them trumpers. Some people call them red staters. Some people. just just call them. You know conservatives. The conservative movement got that huge jolt which was a good thing right and in many ways i was pulling in wishing don jr. at some point would have slid into to the secretary of interior gig. You know there was there. Was that talk for a while. And at the highest highs was such great support for the right side of the movement whether you agree with it or not there was momentum. There was real momentum. The problem is you got some people that came out really strong and you just got a lot of people that went into the closet. 'cause they were afraid they were going to become like marked correct so even on the hunting site like you said and that's smaller microcosm that we we live in breathing slick the to eight community really small outspoken group. She'll for the most part. You still have people that are like these cameras off. But they're they're influential people you know that they have money. They have resources. I'm not talking about joe blow down the street. I'm talking about people that there's real resources behind what they're doing but they're just robbie you know what bro i'm in. This can't do this in front of a camera. I don't wanna talk. You're absolutely right if you had if you asked me. The question is if you could have anything in this world when it has ties to hunting what would it be. Limited bows but i would say from my perspective i would say i want one hundred celebrities Who come out and say. I'm a hunter at the same time. And they can say it in such a way through us through our medium through origins doesn't even have to be to us. You know what. I think it is right with some of them you know how and i'm just speculating. I want to get your thoughts. I think some celebrities and some influence highly influential people. They come out because they feel. They need to use their platform to do it. And then some don't come because they just feel like they don't have to like i don't feel like i have to broadcast the world that i do jujitsu. I sucked but i've been doing it a while okay. I've been doing a long time. But i still broadcast. It's like my. You'd know if you listen to this show. I get it guys. Because i'll get people that'll come and blow like you can tell people you hire but you know what i'm saying like there there. There's this group of people that i think feel like they don't need to and it just takes more of less invasive conversation so part direct part of the reason i started the podcast was that reason less invasive Less brash lists chess browbeating. Whatever you wanna call it Less jaakko in it up. I mean just just a little just little softer and that's okay because you're right. Hunting is in the closet right now because we have a problem and unfortunately when the closet door gets.

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"robbie" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

John Bartolo Show

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"robbie" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

"Don't get fucked up at night. Go check him out. And i wanna thank A bunch of the other brands full court since kabul courts in shadow to them a special shout out a coup you today. I don't shout them out enough but we appreciate their support here at the show and their clothing my guest and i just tap dick's and we saw each other's pants. We matched. i appreciate what to introduce him now because listen guys we gotta get into the meat and potatoes of this. And i'm excited. I got three liquids for this one. I'm pumped we got the one and only robbie kroger from blood origins to what's going on brother. Man appreciate listen you're involved. You're in an all kinds of causes. I love having you don't flatter me. Go ahead flatter me off ladder you. I'm i'm humbled to be. And i walked in the studio and you. You're absolutely right. You need to get everyone's reaction you'll because it's almost just this mind-bending experience because you've seen it but you truly haven't seen it the scales quite scaling being in the giant ball. You've got that the walking dead. I just noticed the walking dead. We can live table. We got light sabers in. Yeah you know like the end of the world. What's next needed fucking chainsaw. That's what i need. I have i have no. I have a There are there are flame thrower. I don't wanna get into what's come some top secret shit come and cheddar tax products top-secret shit on the way but listen. I love i do love having you. And then when i did a little bit of looking into some of your story and some of the genesis of some of the stuff which i hadn't got into i was really impressed. What got you into into where you are now. I was like what the hell and realized that deep. I thought you just had some fucking podcasting. It's you know. The reason why i do. Blood origins is quite simple. I'm raising two boys. Nine eight right now in america's american citizens. I'm lucky to be in american citizen. Today i wasn't raised in america's raise in south africa. I raising the town. Eight and a half million people just like los angeles families full of hunting heritage charlotte. Like if i could tell you story after story of the story of what my grandfather and my father hunted it'd be mind-blowing be a book itself. But i do. It never got to do it. Except when i came to the states and understanding the system that you have your the wildlife system hunting system the to a component of being able to walk out into a public land with a loaded weapon doesn't happen anywhere else in the world john and so. When when i started blood origins i thought about like. How do i communicate this thing. That has now been presented to me. This thing called hunting has been presented to me. And i now am a steward of it to my voice. Well then i look around. I'm like well shit. We're losing it. We're losing it left right and center. And why are we losing. It is because hunting has a pr problem..

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"robbie" Discussed on The Faith Experiment

The Faith Experiment

08:40 min | 1 year ago

"robbie" Discussed on The Faith Experiment

"Coming up is the code word for today's free offer so make sure you stick around so i'm this episode. I'm looking at your questions. That i have been asked about what i'm calling guilt and peace and once again. I have some fantastic questions are really really good question. So let's get straight into it. My first question comes from naomi who writes hey rubbing love the show. It really makes me think. Hey why did christians always say jesus saves. i know this may be a dumb question but saves from what and why is that such a big deal. Naomi great question naomi. Thank you so much for this question you know. I actually used to have this exact same question before. I became a faith experiment. You say. I was living in brisbane. And i used to drive along the motorway there and every single day there was this one particular spot where there was a billboard. And i'm not bill boyd. Every day as a went to work the billboard said jesus saves. That's it. That's all just jesus saints and i used to ask myself now. I was a non believer. I was not a follower of religion. And i used to ask myself saves from what well look as i now. Sort of a seasoned faith experiment. I guess you could say the short answer is jesus saves us from death. That's the short answer. But the long answer is he saves us from sin. Now here's the thing until we know what sin is and how that we've all sinned will never understand why we need a savior. You say nobody cares about life. God's until i need one. And i find that people who are not faith experimenter's they will often say to me robbie. I don't need you. Jesus because i don't need saving and i always say back to them. Well of course. Why would you need a savior. If you aren't in any trouble and most times people are a little bit shocked with because they kind of expecting me as a believer as a faith experiment to argue my case with them but of course. I can't leave them with that. So i ask them a question. I asked this question. Have you ever felt distressed. Have you ever felt helpless or felt ashamed. Felt hurt offended troubled angry. I'm loved abused. Depressed round grieved used guilty. Lonely empty broken shamed or compromised. Well you see all of these feelings. They're telling us that something is wrong that something's missing and you know we try and fill this spot deep down inside of us way we sense. There is some kind of issue. Some kind of problem we try. And fila we try and find a distraction. We try and run away from what we try musket. Because we don't understand where these feelings coming from and we don't know what the solution is and so we do anything and everything to help and most often are not. We don't see any improvement so we go hard or maybe more drinking hotted drugs more bed partners more extreme sports foster carbs taking stronger medication or maybe we try to go hold drink more coffee. Whatever it is. It doesn't normally fix the problem. It might suppress it for a season. But it's always coming back because you say we don't know what the real issue is because we haven't been diagnosed and we try to treat symptoms and not the root cause is the real issue is the real issue in every single human being's life is the issue of sin and i know what you're saying you're saying. Are you saying roby that my agitation is because of sin. Yep that's what i'm saying. You sang my guilt is because of my sin. Yep that's what i'm saying. Are you saying. I feel depressed. Because of my sin quite possibly yes. I you saying that i'm not happy because of my sin again quite possibly. Yes you see just about all the negative emotions stem from sin. Maybe it's out own cinema. Maybe it's the sin of somebody else that they've committed towards us. You say the bible says in romans chapter three verse twenty three that all have sin see. We think that wig would people. I used to think that was a good person. But that's only because we comparing ourselves to other people but when we compare ourselves to god win are good at all. In fact the bible says that there is none that a good note one in new testament book of romans you the bible says all have sinned and fallen short of the glory of god and so the fruit of sin is guilt. We have guilt which leads to no peace. You see the bible says that we are all guilty before god in romans three nineteen. It says now we know that whatever the law says it says it to those who under the law that every mouth may be stopped and that all the whoa may become guilty before god now what this text is teaching is that because about sin we are guilty before god but look some somewhat say okay so jesus saves from sin but so one. Why do i need to be saved from sin. I like sin sin feels good. Why would i wanna be saved from sin. Well you see. The bible says that the problem with senna's is that it results in death in the same in romans chapter six verse twenty three. It says the wages of sin is death and this would wages. it means. This is what we deserve in the same way that when you do a day's work you deserve your wage. When we sin we also deserve a wage and the wage is death now. Why is death. The result of sin in the old testament in the hebrew manuscripts visayas chapter fifty nine and inverse to us. One into this is what we're taught us. Behold the lord's hand is not shorten that it cannot saif so that means that he can save. And he says he's not heavy they cannot here but your iniquity. That's a fancy would for sin but your sins have separated you from your god and your sins have hidden his face from you so that he will not here so we told that is our sin iniquity has separated us from god and god is the source of life. No matter how hard you try you cannot create life. You can take what god has placed potential for life and create the right environment for god to bring for example. If you take a seat you might find a great sunny location. You can prepare the soil. Get the right ph level and you can take the seed and you can plant that. Say you can water it every day but you can't create life from that seed all you can do is create the right environment and connect with the potential of the life that god has put in the seat. Even kids are another example. You can try and create a baby all you want. But if god does not bring the life into existence you have a baby. That's all we have ho- industries built around trying to officially create a better environment to bring forth life for those who can't have kids and so what the bible says is that it does ask sin. It's out action. That results in separation from god who is life and leads to debt so jesus comes to save.

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"The show and he'd texts that code word to the faith experiment number four triple eight four five three double one says save that number into your phone here is once again a full triple eight four five three double one saying that in your phone and wait for today's code work. Well i love hearing from you in the faith experiment and i would love to hear from you once again today. Where are you listening to the show from right now. Are the big shot out to linden who tunes in from brady island from magi. Who listens from brisbane and jason. Who's tuning in from hobart. Great to have you guys listening to the show. I love to hear from the rest of you. You can let me know we listen to the show from by texting on. Oh aaa four. Five hundred one or email me on robbie at faith. Fm dot com dot a u. Now if you are joining for the first time this shirt the faith experiment is about putting faith into practice. It's about experimenting with faith. And so far on the show. I have shared with you. My personal journey of how i went from a non believer to a faith experimental and we finished looking at a sort of a mini series about. I think about ten topics. Fifteen topics could have any now. But we looked at how to enhance your study of these ancient scripts and how to get the most out of your faith experiment and now with started kind of a little new series here in the fact experiment. And this is based on your feedback and your questions. So today's episode. I'm continuing this series based on answering your questions. I mean asking you questions since this show began and i had been getting so many of them that i decided to answer them as a series. I have questions like is there life after death. Where is hell what happens to babies when they die. What about people who are cremated. Do they raised up at the second coming. Why does god call. Jesus his son. Is there a connection between covert and the end of the world. How come you born again. How does jesus died on the cross. Save me why don't need to confess my sings. Jesus when he already knows what. I've done i've been site. Can i be lost. When will jesus return is america in bible. Prophecy is a cigarette in the bible and a whole bunch of other questions which i am going to have great satisfaction in going through each and every one of them on the show sharing with you what these ancient manuscripts teach now. If you have a question you want to add to the mix you can text into me on the fact that sermon number four triple eight four five hundred one or you can email me on robbie at faith. Fm dot com. Today you so over the next few episodes on continuing taking your questions. As many as i can and i'm digging into these ancient hebrew and greek manuscripts to find the answers now so far we have looked at a question from eva and that sort of set the tone for this whole little sort of miniseries because eva asked. How can you be sure that the bible is actually trustworthy. And so we spent some time. Now i sorta qna episode looking at the evidence. This is a evidence base. Show after all. We're looking at the evidence from various viewpoints from prophecy from science kyoji history mathematics and personal impact. And what we found. Is that whatever viewpoint you take. The bible provides evidence that this is in fact. A supernatural book. And it's well worth out time to experiment with and so then on the next episode. We looked at a bunch of questions around prophecy and we looked at rosa's question. Who asked do. I miss out on anything. If i don't study prophecy as a christian and we found that one third of the bible is prophecy and so if god has gone to the effort of giving us so much prophecy if we neglect it we probably are missing out on something. We also looked at a bunch of questions. About the signs of the times we looked at the connection between covid nineteen and the end of the world and then on the last episode. I looked at a bunch of questions around the racha and we saw what the rapture is from the bible and we found that it will be a literal visible audible and global event and the whole point of the rapture according to the ancient manuscripts or the second coming. I guess you could call. It is for god to reunite with his people face to face so at the rapture second coming the dead. Who have they hope in. Jesus are raised. I in the first resurrection. And then the living who had the hope. Jesus they joined the resurrected and both groups ascend up into the air to meet. Jesus who's waiting in mcleod's now wall this rapture is taking place the wicked or the lost. Whatever you want to term you won't apply to them. Who will on the earth. They see this happening and they are calling out for the rocks in the mountains to fall on them. You know that's going to be a such an amazing sane. I mean gives you shivers. Just thinking about it and then we looked at a bunch other questions around the secret rapture and i share the history of that teaching and how we saw that it originated in glasgow in scotland in the nineteen twenties with a young girl. Having a dream about what is now known as the cigarette and that dream was taken the united states it was embraced by the moody institute and the dallas theological institute and ultimately we so how that the secret rapture as a teaching is not biblical and so in this faith experiment with testing these teachings by what the bible actually says and we hold on or throw it out the teachings based on what the bible teaches because in the faith experiment we're basing our beliefs on the facts not feelings because as i always say facts star care about your feelings so if you have missed any of these previous episodes and you want to catch up with some details because i'm really just summarizing it you've really got to check out the details if you missed it you can get the faith. Fm app from the app store or go to faith. fm's will come to the look at the podcast section. For the faith experiment you can also find the fight external all good podcasting platforms making it easy for you to keep up the date with the faith experiment on today's episode. I'm going to be answering a number of different questions. I have been asked about guilt and peace questions like brats who asks. How does jesus dying on the cross. Save me and i have a question from naomi new us. Why do people say that. Jesus saves saves from what and why is it such a big deal and i have a bunch of other questions around this very thin so stick around well thing show break now but when i come back i'm going to jump right into the questions about yields and peace and coming up is the coefficient. Today's show so stick around. You're listening to the fight. The experiment with robbie bergen right across the styling on latino on fight that connect with us via text message on four triple eight four five. Three double one. That's four triple eight. Four five three double one all send an.

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