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Fresh "Robertson" from Tim Conway Jr.

Tim Conway Jr.

00:58 sec | 9 hrs ago

Fresh "Robertson" from Tim Conway Jr.

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Fresh update on "robertson" discussed on Unashamed with Phil & Jace Robertson

Unashamed with Phil & Jace Robertson

04:11 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "robertson" discussed on Unashamed with Phil & Jace Robertson

"You know he didn't have the six pack they were on the six pack rings. That was only three of six other. So what are we going to split. Brought it out. He had a marijuana joint luca cigar. Which i'd never even heard of marijuana. He didn't call it that. But that's what it was thing was huge. Any had a bunch of dirty books magazine. 'cause running the traffic brought it right out and i just don't what's going on here and it like you. I had a moment here. Because i mean they were flipping through these pages. Now's lie because i was looking at like i didn't know that. Tell women it was like. I was laid really and so i was. I just realized there in that moment thinking things have changed here and i felt awkward. Kinda tempted jerry's the evil one had entered the camp where literally had entered again. Which is what's what happened. Next as i look back on it because i'm just process in there and all of a sudden thank brother where art. They'll when they were standing there eating the gophers and the people started coming through. We heard some singing. We're in the middle. Would in a cabin we are singing and one of the funny is only you have this experience. I've never heard stories all of a sudden. We hear these voices. And i'm like that. Sounds like seeing and one of the kids In our little group his youth group he had told them we were going camping out now. The cabin and they the youth group his youth group and the youth leader walk through the woods. They they were singing just they just came out to surprise now the beers being off this is under you know what i thought was amazing which i'm glad. The lord intervened in that spiritual warfare being played out right there. Yeah because because i did say when he brought him out i was the one saying. Oh no dad. I mean like the marijuana because they were like nobody was saying anything except the kid bring out saying this is what we're doing and i said i robot that because i thought he knows what's in this cigar thing is love and to kill me and so they start singing the song which what's weird is when we get out. They gathered around our campfire. Then we're arm in arm. Singing chart saw kid. That brought all the star. Oh he's seeing piece of. He was just waiting to get back to school. So i never got invited to another one at end that the crew went on. And of course. I hadn't had my salvation. Mom come to jesus it was just. I thought okay this is. We're big boys now when the bear and the dope and the naked women shell up. That's pretty well. Designed things have changed. Yeah independent so crystal there. You are some things you can kick around in your mind just remember. I don't know how your but just just real back a few years and you'll come up with a date on when the started our thereabouts right. I think it's pretty evident with all people if they're honest. So thank you. Christopher the question appreciate thanks for listening to the unashamed podcast help us out by rating us own attitudes and don't miss an episode by subscribing on youtube and be sure to click that little bell to get notified about new and for even more content that you won't get anywhere else subscribed to blaze tv at blaze tv dot com slash unashamed..

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Fresh update on "robertson" discussed on Unashamed with Phil & Jace Robertson

Unashamed with Phil & Jace Robertson

06:26 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "robertson" discussed on Unashamed with Phil & Jace Robertson

"The home you raised in one are the factors. I always tell people is one is not just understanding. Not just the conscience. It's also understand the consequence of what send us. That's hard to figure because look a little five year old kid dow's alive and you catch them in the lie because they're pretty easy to detect and then you say. Why did you tell that well. He knows he did something wrong. He doesn't understand the consequence of what that means in other words that it sinful right per se because they just know what's wrong. That's why i like the word safe and think about also the umbrella of households. Some kids are raised up a very sheltered environment. And they're just not exposed to a lot of stuff and it takes them a pretty wild before they finally see it on their own whereas you've got another culture where they're just running free within all of a sudden they're doing drugs It's such an early age or whatever so you know a lot of it depends on. That's the safety of a how think when we were talking about baptism. You got a member. That a lot of people are baptized without being connected to jesus and so all you did was get wet. You know i. I'll give an example. You know i peter. Three twenty-one says water symbolizes baptism. That saves you. It's not the removal of dirt from the body so you you're not going and taking a bath like you would every time you took a shower. It'd be washing away saying well right because then it says it saves you by the resurrection of jesus christ. So you have to go in your mind when say i confess. Jesus my lord. I accept christ in my heart or christ except me however you believe and accept that's critical as far as the relationship because when you brought up the family just like the structuralist no different in god's family you know god becomes our father. Jesus our lord save your brother. The spirit our counselor. The relationship aspects of that are way more important than this physical act of going down there because a lot of people you don't know what's in their mind or hearts especially when they're young 'cause i told somebody This before i was like if you want to baptize buncha eight to twelve year olds. I know how to do it. I'll get. I'll get my dad. We'll go around the country and you just get them. Nra a will will get him in. Because it's easy. And i mean that playfully because my point is they're impressionable. They wanna. they have good hearts which goes to my my thought about them being safe and they wanna they wanna they wanna please not only god but people there at a good age and so you go in there and give them some hell fire and brimstone and scare them to death. Guess what they'll run to be say but then they don't have that connection with the god head and then they miss. What i wanted to read is is the next chapter which i hate how they break chapter because it says you know it's as you by the resurrection of jesus christ then it says therefore since christ suffered in his body arm yourselves with the same attitude because he who has suffered in in his body is dumb a sin as a result. He doesn't live the rest of his earthly days. For evil human ended desires for the will of god. Which is your point twelve. All of a sudden you start noticing the opposite sex the lured the cravings. Simple man the boasting what what he has and does in the proud of what happened. This connection there was no connection. This was just like you went and got bad. As where your buddy there was no spiritual connection and your attitude is not like jesus it was just something you did and so i think it's it's fair and it's welcome to go back and look at your life and say wait a minute here. That's perfectly fine. I mean why would it be wrong to analyze that and to say oh. I don't maybe i didn't understand that aspect and i need to really accept jesus as lower i would think that would be encouraged not frowned upon for me is weird. 'cause i can. I remember the month an ear and howled. I was remember the day when i came to awareness. I remember i was. I was on the bus. It was the tenth grade was on my way. Western high school for the first time in girls began to get on the bus. And you would all some the same kids. I'd went to ninth grade with whitlow. But you know i had a girlfriend all that but we just nothing ever develop. This wasn't thinking that way but when they started walking on the bus i just remember looking at them and something changed. The way i looked at these girls get on the bus. I had never looked at my wife where i've been down here all summer. Probably balin hey and fishing and all that and your conscience was saying. Oh that's right. Where you say that al because i still remember it clear how girl later girlfriend i remember especially when she got home because she had failed out from that one summer to the next. You ought to be in the garbage. You end up in the one. I was more where i mean. I just went right down that path it was a it was like a light bulb hours in a. I think eighth grade thirteen. I was so i don't know how your when your eighth grade All right about do the man about twelve and up. We me and my buddies we we go camping out and we would bishen we would haunt. We had our guns. Which is kinda as i look back on twelve and thirteen year old. I mean we have small arsenal. We were trained to be on our good. So yeah they're all my buddies. You know you bring a gun. Free fish impose. But i remember we did it all the time. The guys that went to school with this have fun. Live off the land. And i remember. We're outta campout. We wasn't there five minutes just like always and one of the guys he he had three. I guess he stole three.

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Fresh update on "robertson" discussed on Unashamed with Phil & Jace Robertson

Unashamed with Phil & Jace Robertson

07:04 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "robertson" discussed on Unashamed with Phil & Jace Robertson

"Conversation just took another break so i would say would you. How important on our trees to us to the three of us sitting at this. What would you say. Trees are important part of your life. Big big part of it. I liked it. I like to look at them to chop them like the barn. Plays plan them. And you know it's funny. I'd say cypress's probably we would call that a slow growing tree right because it takes a long time to able to that so one of our sponsors that has been with us before. Now they're back is is a company called fast growing trees. It was interesting. I thought about cyprus tree how it's a slow grower 'cause it takes a long time for to get to its fullest drain. These guys basically have fast growing trees that you can put whether it's in your yard or if you're making a fruit orchard and you want to be able to grow them pretty quick really good if at least have gone online. 'cause we're looking at getting a couple of palm trees for the southern layer so that we're working with a moment which we're excited about so won't you to check these guys out. If you need some fast growing trees now through june the twentieth you can go to fast. Growing trees dot com slash robertson. Fifteen percents off your order. Which is really good. So it's through. June twentieth fifteen percent off fast growing trees dot com slash robertson. And get you some tree. I had a conversation at the last event with the people who are driving around. They asked this exact question. This was like ten days ago. And i was tempted to say how does he. But i know that doesn't matter. So i said look because they said he was going to be bad. Does that day. And i actually used that to when i share. Jesus to the ho- chrysler said. I know there are already somebody so if you want to join them come down. They said thirteen of them did but great but they said well. How do you know if he's old enough. And so i kinda went through what we're talking about. I was like well. The accident sample nature obvious. And they're like way he's not. He's pretty young their first response was. He's pretty young. Well what i generally do. Because i'm going to stand before. God as one who gay people advice. And jesus just like. I said what. I try to get people not talk him out of it but like say why don't know. Why don't you wait till you fully understand. Because i know once i heard jesus and understood it. Wild horses wouldn't have kept me away if somebody said why. Don't you wait and think about. And i was like okay. It makes me question my desire or my motivation. You know but even if a person does so. That's what i told him i like. Why don't you say you know be thank. You're old enough. Maybe need because you don't want to say go out there and experience some san so you understand the crawl something. That's terrible advice. Why don't you just try to go through it. And if they still want to do it go ahead but as a parent. Because i don't think it's a negative thing. I don't think it's a bad thing. I just think later on day may come and realize you know what. Maybe i didn't really understand everything i needed to understand. Mighty thronged i've had hundred and look we've baptized people. I guess again and of i know that understanding main something you have the story acts. Have we covered that yet. Where they it was a different situation in that. They were baptized by john. Nineteen so we'll get to that at some point but they hadn't even they didn't even know you could get the holy spirit when you were baptized. And so they they baptize them again. So john baptism and they had. Baptism down the baptists donna baptist baptist and then which i've compared that same thing you're talking about two people because we get a lot of people as questions they come from a group that did baptism as an infant then. They were confirmed they call. It confirmed at light thirteen. Which is kind of what we're talking about. This kind of a two step process is the way they do it into in their mindset. I'm assuming it tastes care. The original and start within. They confirmed that. This is why i did that. So that's kind of the tradition. But what what happens is i have a lot of people say should i be baptizing in and i'm like i don't know should you because it really is a person. Well the reason we're rambling give you all the situation. All people are different. Cultures are different. Situations are different. You can't apply in. The bible is not specific about a number so all we can do is give the principal in that. If god created you. I mean my point is god. This is all coming from the opposite of god's nature is saying he has no saying that's why i lean to believe when god created us. We were senlis because he is senlis. He's the author and perfected the problems. Come up by giving us the ability to choose which will then lead to choosing something this contrary to the nature of god which is the definition of sand. It's hard for me to look down A mother's arms and she's holding a two month old baby in her arms and made a whisper here. This is one simple little creature looking. I don't believe it at all. I don't think so and you know we were talking about you. Reading that about the contest. Enron was to later on. Paul talking about himself would say one in seven now once i was alive apart from lol yup So that means something and win the commandment came when he understood since sprang to life and died. And that's why jay to jason's point. I've seen a lot of eleven and twelve year olds through the years that i said book one thing for sure. They are main little creatures here at eleven obscene. Some twelve year olds. That shock may on what they are into in these modern times right. Exactly that's why yet take take each situation and remember than other would be insurer if you turn eighteen and you say man i i don't know in my case. I was baptized at twelve but it was evident from twelve to twenty eight yay that it didn't take a world. Where were you too young. I said let me put it this way. Whatever happened at twelve. That didn't take proved that i was no sign of god. I had a similar experience. So what happened was you were. You're in your mind doing what you thought was the right thing to do one or not ready. So let's go get baptized run down and do it. But but i didn't know as well the test of wills game you submitted to the evil side until you were twenty. So.

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Fresh update on "robertson" discussed on Starcastic Remarks-The Only Dallas Stars Fan-Led Podcast

Starcastic Remarks-The Only Dallas Stars Fan-Led Podcast

02:30 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "robertson" discussed on Starcastic Remarks-The Only Dallas Stars Fan-Led Podcast

"Right in a. I'd just invert offensive player. He only had one shot on goal in this chicago series as well over the two games so it's not like he hasn't gotten his opportunities either. I mean he's he's had the chance when you know we've had no center depth to play on the top line you know or with robertson and hence or with ben and gary on off and he just hasn't made any kind of push when he's gotten those opportunities he's had a couple of flashes in the pan where it seems like oh cool. He's he's doing really well and then not much after that so i just hope that he gets his his playoff and going so anyways We got up. Because it's getting long but Robertson continues to dominate in continued to prove why he should be considered in the color trophy nomination. And we'll talk more about that on our on our radio. Show on sunday and Komo with a multi point multi point multi goal ak- able to point game the first multi go game of his career since two thousand and fifteen so great for komo and both of those shots were sick. Yeah they were awesome especially for the first one the second one. He didn't get all of it but he was there. He got to stick on it. It went in the net. So who cares. You can find a good shot that are like to see a goalscoring. Komo's that'd be nice right in one of the. They talked a lot about in the post game today. About the playoff komo cog on kalaiana was kind of a spotlight in so they've both been outstanding the during this whole road trip. They're both really good offensively and defensively. They're always good defensively but they showed a real often decide that we need. We need them to find ways to help offensively. Because we don't have the guys to do it. So i think that really helped in making this road trip successful act as we get one more point than five hundred right honestly. We may look back at the end of this season. In if we get that fourth playoff spot we may be like you know the.

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Archegos And The Fastest Loss Of Wealth In History

The Breakdown with NLW

01:58 min | Last week

Archegos And The Fastest Loss Of Wealth In History

"What's going on guys. It is thursday april first and instead of bringing you some fun cheesy fake story. I decided to go in the exact opposite direction. Today we're going to be talking about leverage corruption and cheap money the fastest wealth in history. We are talking about arche ghost. This is a story that many of you have been following for coming on a week. Now it is certainly one of the crazier macro stories. I've ever covered here. It involves a traitor with dubious past a group of investment banks coordinating takedown double crossing margin calls and an eraser of fortune. Thanos style tens of billions gone in the seeming. Snap of a finger on the one hand. This is the story of an individual trader. A twenty year icarus who finally flew too close to the sun on the other. It's a story of a market as a whole a market. That is made money. Extraordinarily cheap which normalized extreme risk especially in the form of leverage. Let's start with the man at the center of the story bill. Bill's career started under the tutelage of the legendary hedge fund manager julian robertson in one thousand nine hundred eighty julian robertson founded tiger management. One of the earliest hedge funds. Tigers run is the stuff of legends building from eight million in start up capital in nineteen eighty two over twenty two billion in the late nineteen ninety s when robertson unwound and shutdown the fund. In two thousand. He started the next phase of his career which was investing in the funds of his former employees the so-called tiger cubs to be clear. This isn't like one or two funds. We're talking about thirty five to fifty of the world's top hedge funds rob citron's discovery stephen mandl's lone andreas halvorsen. Viking philippe lafont kuwata management which you may recognize as the lead investor in dapper labs new three hundred and five million dollar round from this week and one of those hedge funds from the tiger cubs was called tighter asia management and came from bill hong

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When Do We Turn a Corner on This Pandemic?

Unashamed with Phil Robertson

01:17 min | Last week

When Do We Turn a Corner on This Pandemic?

"I'm trying to figure out is okay. A pandemic swept in out of china got loose out of some. I don't know lab so this virus that comes from bats is unleashed on the world and it it starts rolling across the entire planet earth and people begin to that because of it there's a rallying everyone gets together. So they they. They said where my asks states. Six feet from each other spread out. Don't get into large crowds. Went through that era that part of it. They finally get a vaccine for that. They know works. Take this and you won't get it and so that came but everybody's still wearing a mask steal scattered out. I'm thinking when do we turn the corner on this thing and say you know what we got back saying. You can take now and you want that. So when do we say valley turned the corner. The reason is because every time there's every time you turn a corner they put another corner. That's what you're missing.

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Overcoming Evil With the Help of Jesus

Unashamed with Phil Robertson

01:35 min | Last week

Overcoming Evil With the Help of Jesus

"What the world doesn't get that. We get on a daily basis. And i mean we as in in jesus is we get the highlights from sharon. Jesus you know sure we get the highlights of evil in the world on every newscast but when some evil person who has done. Incredible amounts of harm comes to jesus or they don't report that have you ever seen on the news. They're like breaking like we shared. Couple podcasts about one of these Leaders of a gang and mexico cartel come into jesus. Why didn't see that on the news. You ever hear that. But that's a highlight there that i'm light. That's yes because that's our our mission. Whenever i see something bad happen. And we've all if you looked at our bottom five bobble studies with evil people that we've all had we have encountered just rawl evil and re looked at them right in the eyes. So here i am. I'm not thinking about this guy may go into play shoot somebody but in the back of my mind it would shock me because this guy is evil or female. Whoever it was. But i thought. I got a moment right here. Through the grace of god introduce jesus to change this heart not only to save his soul and let him be a representative kinda like a guy named saul but also to make the world a safer place.

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Noose found at Washington DC church investigated as possible hate crime

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | Last week

Noose found at Washington DC church investigated as possible hate crime

"Been found hanging from a tree on the grounds of a church near the U. S. Capitol. ST. Mark's Episcopal is here at third and a street southeast. Neighbors say the church is known for supporting the black lives matter cause a banner hangs in front of the church, Matthew Robertson's group, the 13 is staging a play of the church that looks at systemic racism. It's unclear whether the church for their strong progressive Stance was the target or whether this production was the target, DC Police say they are investigating this as a possible hate crime on

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Noose found at Washington DC church investigated as possible hate crime

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | Last week

Noose found at Washington DC church investigated as possible hate crime

"Of a church. ST. Mark's Episcopal is here at third and a street southeast. Neighbors say the church is known for supporting the black lives matter cause a banner hangs in front of the church. Matthew Robertson's group, the 13 is staging a play at the church. It looks at systemic racism. It's unclear whether the church for their strong progressive stance was the target or whether this production was the target, DC Police say they are investigating this as a possible hate crime on Capitol Hill, Kyle Cooper w T O P News, the new pick to lead Prince George's

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Noose found at Washington DC church investigated as possible hate crime

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 2 weeks ago

Noose found at Washington DC church investigated as possible hate crime

"Has been found hanging from a tree on the grounds of a church and that churches in the shadow of the Capitol ST Mark's Episcopal is here at third and a street southeast. Neighbors say the church is known for supporting the black lives matter cause a banner hangs in front of the church. Matthew Robertson's group, the 13 is staging a play at the church. It looks at systemic racism. It's unclear whether the church for their strong progressive stance was the target or whether this production was the target, DC Police say they are investigating this as a possible hate crime

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"robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

Unashamed with Phil Robertson

05:33 min | 2 weeks ago

"robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

"Ancestry dot com. Yes checked out. My wife is huge on it. Got a lot of scottish in me. that makes a lot of sense. That may be where that language you had to work on this. It may some of your scottish irish. And scottish that's a double whammy all robertson's the robertson's scotland scotland. I asked him. I said well. What kind of name did believe once we started coming america. He said both good and bad he had feel. Yeah that went dead on the show. They went to the through the museum. Yeah where it was. Actually you know it was like our fa- our clan. We were the mcdonald's and we were substructure roberts. I said dude. You stay in america for a couple hundred years. That's addition what you end up. He went to wear pants. So it's really it's really interesting. I loved the idea of finding out where you come from. It's just something about that. So ancestry dot com Is a great place to be able to do that. Check these guys out. We found out through answers dot com. We had a sister or she found. She had some brothers unidad. She did know about so odyssey. It means a lot to us. So if you want to learn more about your ancestry go to ancestry. Dot com slash. Feel and you get to start your free trial. So as ancestry dot com slash field. Check it out. There's a dot call sales along with. Berger said will you take hamburgers and duck calls. What s you won't could it could. It may may be me that if if the verse says if i can trust you with a little trust you with a lot you know the that the surrender is you spoke up for me whether it was going to hurt your business or help. You're busy didn't know yet. You did it. Because i love what you're doing at the stores with the and that's what the shirt is right away the eighties with several. You just lucky. And i'll raise my hands and what about it. You were lucky too. But i mean how much do you thank. You look like life is good. I mean we're every day. I go on my computer. Which by the way phil. I'll is convinced that. I am the younger version of you when it comes to technology but anyway i do know how to go on a computer and i'm reading about restaurants that are chapter eleven bankruptcy or gone under these are players. That are a lot bigger than than us so yeah. I'm sorry i can't just put it all off in. It's not my fabulous leadership. It's this is god's business and he's he's helping us right now but the spirit that that resonates which within the company right now is is amazing. It really is amazing. Hourani that we had on the podcast yesterday. The whole thing. That noah does now he's an artist and he's very successful artemis california's done all these big contracts for all these big disney and all these people but his passion as he described the puckish is day is is working with people having their business. He said he take your company and turned into a cause was the way he phrased it brie and then we you know we had you on the podcast today. 'cause you happen to be coming through but you're an example of just what no was talking about black yesterday of someone that's in fits all three of us whether it be those artists city My my daughter's husband is on artist whether it's these prince you know. Everybody has their own thing. Everybody's wear something. Some people can draw. Ducks on page can can look at things differently. Like and hardy. Some people are good at burgers making some people duck call maker. That's a strange install. Come together under one head. Jesus christ i'm like i don't know the workings of it but i'm just watching. It is pretty awesome to watch. I'm not sure that. If i tell the story on the podcast before kenny bobby. Note before our because we do. So many. I forget the stories tail but i still remember vividly the time when dad sort of went public. Does you know he's doing a lot of du banquets early a christian and you know he. He's he's sharon with people. But it's mostly individually are charging so hadn't really again these du thanks and just a drunk fast most of them. You know we quit doing them after a while. They're doing it to raise money. I get it but you know it's just not it's hard to put a conversation so we were in new orleans and abbas speaking They had like a main stage and so they would have the seminars in this. All these hunting guys would get up and tell by hata castor. Tell about this or this product of that. So dad was the dutko demonstrated that day so he gets up. And there's there's about four or five hundred people that have gathered there to hear him and so he goes through his calls. And and it's good and it's mostly cajun's from that area down there new orleans and all eve good you know. They by drinking their budweiser. So dad standing. Underneath this big. Sam i was a teenager. So wasn't long after you convert and it said anheuser-busch king beers and so dad. You know he gets his. 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Philadelphia health official addresses fertility questions and concerns with the COVID-19 vaccine

Invite Health

01:46 min | 3 weeks ago

Philadelphia health official addresses fertility questions and concerns with the COVID-19 vaccine

"Despite claims circulating on social media, there's no evidence that approved covert 19 vaccines cause fertility loss. Although clinical trials did not study the issue, loss of fertility has not been reported among thousands of trial participants nor confirmed as an adverse event among millions you have been vaccinated. In fact, some of the vaccine trial participants got pregnant. In early February, Reproductive Medicine groups released a statement assuring patients that there's no evidence that the approved Cove in 19 vaccines can impact the capacity to conceive Children. Quote, loss of fertility is scientifically unlikely. Another document prepared by the American Society for Reproductive Medicine in December said there was no reason to delay pregnancy attempts because of being vaccinated since the vex Scene is not a live virus. Multiple false claims tying the Fizer by on tech and modern vaccines with infertility have been in circulation both in English and Spanish for months. Scientists have already debunked a false rumor that baseless. Lee claimed the vaccines could train the body to attack a protein vital for the formation of the placenta. Dr. Paul, often a pediatrician and vaccine expert at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, said people shouldn't be worried about covert 19 vaccines causing infertility. He said. It is very hard for a vaccine to do something that natural infection doesn't do. And fertility loss has not been reported. Even after roughly 67 million people in the U. S have been infected with SARS cov too. And that's my fact check for this week. I'm Lori Robertson, managing editor of Fact,

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"robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

Unashamed with Phil Robertson

01:32 min | Last month

"robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

"Hijaz let's take another break. I'm one of those cabins. Because i'm the oldest in the family jason. I don't know if you're like this or not. But i love like when i find pictures of like when we were young or especially like a granny and paul and just kind of like you know stuff that you hadn't seen in years and years and then kind of talking about that. You like just like nap once. I go down. The road found the pitcher box. I go through them all and now 'cause most people's pictures are on their phone. You don't have the. We'll think i love about that is because i like no one about ole stories and kind of where we came from and that sort of thing. I've always been super intrigued by that. One of our one of our sponsors ancestry dot com. Obviously that's that's their whole thing. You can find out about your background your heritage where you came from. What percentage where you're from in the world and it's just really interesting of course in our case is also very meaningful to us because we also found that we had a sister and it came because of them because they were looking up some heritage and basically found the robertson's right. So if you want to check these guys out it reveal your ethnic origin details about your family. Really interesting stuff You get your ancestor. Dna kid and you go to ancestry. Dot com slash. Feel that's ancestry dot com slash phil. And you're going to get a free trao to check out where you.

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A Conversation About Section 230 and the Future of the Internet

The Vergecast

06:52 min | Last month

A Conversation About Section 230 and the Future of the Internet

"Week. Senior reporter addie robertson. Who have heard on the broadcast many times before held an event about section two thirty. That's the law that says platforms aren't liable for their users publish. It is a critical lot. The internet also just turned twenty five years old last month. So addy held an event with a keynote by senator. Amy klobuchar democrat from minnesota is one of the sponsors of the tech act. That's an act that would reform section to thirty as well as a panel featuring michael chia. Who's the general counsel video sedan. Harry is a researcher writer. And a strategist human attack and amana keeping general counsel at wicca media which runs wikipedia. Talking about where section two thirty is where might go in the future. So we're going to run some highlights of that event for today addie and russell are gonna join talk about how it went and what they heard what they thought and as it happens here right now. Russell has done good. Love it addie. Congratulations on your event. It was a good one. Hey thank you so. Tell me how you think. The event went. And then i'm going to hand over the episode to you and we can listen to some highlights and talk it through. But how do you think of went. I thought it went well. One of the things i like about. Section two thirty is that. It's just a really weird conversation that people kept asking okay. What sides her can there are like fifty different sides and we had a really pretty interesting spread of perspectives and senator klobuchar speech was really good scene. Setter and i'm overall pretty happy. Yeah you know. What i thought was really interesting. Just as i watched the whole event senator klobuchar has some very strong perspectives. About what can be done in those perspectives. We're definitely not shared by the entire panel. In fact the safe tech act is it's it's always interesting to me to hear. Senators talked about their own legislation. 'cause they always make it seem so common sense but it's actually quite controversial. Some of the changes that she was proposing. Oh yeah absolutely well and also like you know. She addition to talk to thirty. She takes a pretty hard line on antitrust. I was actually surprised by how sort of enthusiastic she was about it. And i sort of imagine. The video guy is sitting there easter like. She's talking about breaking up google. He's like yeah. Okay a lot of the sort of civil society tech people which this is part of what we wanted to introduce the conversation like. They don't have a problem with antitrust. They are mostly hoping that section two thirty doesn't get changed in a way that makes it impossible to have wikipedia exist and then bringing up things like misinformation also just throws its own kind wrench into things because that's actually not largely problem that addressed with section two thirty and so you end up slipping weird stuff like first amendment reforming there. Yeah this was. I think is the panel went on the combination of we think facebook too big but if we changed to thirty to punish facebook we might end up punishing ourselves and then senator klobuchar talking about an inch. Just dead ahead. And even to some extent bringing up the idea of breakup as a potential remedy. All of that is a swirl and we've been talking on swirl for for some time and it was just really interesting to hear the spread of perspectives during this event. So at russell. I'm excited for this. Why don't you start and take us through this event and what we heard. Yeah absolutely. I think the one thing i want to start with this sort of like the chronological beginning. But like you know. I always like it when these things make a little news. And i think i was very interested to hear santa club. Stars line on antitrust. She sort of coming to the fore of like the democrats antitrust policy. She wrote a book called antitrust and is the chairman of the subcommittee on competition policy antitrust and consumer rights which is basically the senate home for antitrust policy so she's really sort of at the forefront of it and i thought it was interesting she a lot of time she gets gloucestershire's like this moderate voice but she was pretty harsh on facebook. Here we have. We have this clip at the root of this problem lies the ability of a few companies to act as gatekeepers and as we see when they dominate markets exclude rivals buy out their competitors. We've got a problem. In the emailed words of mark zuckerberg. These businesses are nascent but the networks established. The brands already meaningful. And if big go to a large scale could be very disruptive to us they could be very disruptive to us. I always about the tech industry was about disruption it's about disrupting the status quo and bringing in new good ideas that basically blow up the marketplace in a positive way we can't have monopoly stopping disruption so in a way the work i am doing is simply a reply to that email so the interesting thing so this was this was something that we had on the site like dual casey and nikolai byline. When the antitrust hearing happened he's talking about instagram and path so instagram they bought path proved not to be disruptive to facebook. I think it's fair to say but this is not a public statement. He meant to make. And i do think i don't know i mean do do we do. We hear this. And think like amy kluber. Shar is on team break-up facebook it feels like it will qualify that by saying at the very least it's team don't let facebook acquire anybody else. Yeah but team break-up facebook. I don't know it definitely seems like it's on the table ray. Which is very interesting so there have been on the left. A lot of really aggressive sort of pushes for stronger antitrust like we need some new like we need to empower the justice department. We need some new legislation that will enable us to kind of go after these businesses more heavily. And it's fairly recent that closure is trying to to kind of lead that i mean she just. She's only now coming to the to the lead on this committee. And i think because she ran in the democratic primary sort of as a moderate voice. She's been glossed as like. Well she's not in the end gonna like usher in this new era of trust busting but then elsewhere in the keynote. She's talking about well. You know it worked pretty well when we did this against. At and i mean. I don't know. I'm still kind of undecided. It's always hard to know how committed people are going. It's going to be a really politically difficult road to walk. If they move on. you know.

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Harry Potter RPG Hogwarts Legacy Will Reportedly Allow for Transgender Characters

Kinda Funny Games Daily

02:14 min | Last month

Harry Potter RPG Hogwarts Legacy Will Reportedly Allow for Transgender Characters

"The new harry potter game is going to allow trans characters. The next harry potter video game will allow players to customize their character's voice body type and gender placement for the school dormitories taking strive. Towards inclusivity controversies stemming from comments by series creator. Jk rowling that were seen as transphobic. Hogwarts legacy is scheduled for twenty twenty two. I'm sorry is scheduled for eight. Twenty twenty two release from publisher one interactive entertainment inc. and developer avalanche software. When players started the game will be able to create a character. That has a masculine feminine voice. No matter what their body looks like. According to people familiar with the game's development the people requested anonymity because they weren't authorized to speak to the press players will then get to select one of two options which or wizard that will determine the dorm they get placed in at the magic of hogwarts and how they are addressed by other characters in the game although this level of customization has grown more common in video games in his no longer unusual. It's no worthy for hogwarts legacy last summer rowling made several comments that were widely viewed as demeaning towards trans transgender people and denounced by many including harry potter film stars daniel radcliffe and emma watson. The comments also rattled some people working on the game. Bloomberg reported as a result some members of the hogwarts legacy development team have fought to make the game as inclusive as possible pushing for the character customisation and even a transgender character to be added. There was resistance from management. At first the people familiar with the project said but currently the character customisation is included in the game. A wonder whether spokesperson declined to comment last month. Hogwarts legacy faced more controversy after gaming journalist liam robertson revealed that tony leave it. Senior producer at salt lake city based avalanche may dozens of youtube videos attacking feminism and quote unquote social justice. He also expressed support for gamer gate a loose community of who harass journalists and game developers for voicing progressive us reset era one of the largest video game for one of the largest video game forums enacted a total ban on threads for promotional media. End quote around hogwarts legacy in the wake of that discovery in raleigh's comments leave. It didn't respond for request for comment.

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Cincinnati women's senior IImar'I Thomas scores record 51 points in 76-61 win at ECU

Lance McAlister

00:53 sec | Last month

Cincinnati women's senior IImar'I Thomas scores record 51 points in 76-61 win at ECU

"From the UC women's basketball team. Set a school record earlier today. Scoring 51 points in a victory at East Carolina 51 points. The women's college basketball record is 60. So she only missed that by nine points. She's the first woman in Cincinnati history to score 50 or more in a game. She's one of two bear cats to do it. Oscar Robertson, the other Oscar did it often He had six games with 50 or more points, but just incredible performance. Congratulations to Omari Thomas 51 points without a three point shot. She is an interior player. She was 20 for 27 from the floor 11 for 13 from Alliance. He had 12 rebounds. 10 on the offensive end to score 51 points tonight. She's up to 23.4 her senior year, and that is ninth best in the country. So that leads to this

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Prophesy End Times: Israel and United States Roles -Christian Podcast - burst 02

Riot Podcast

02:32 min | Last month

Prophesy End Times: Israel and United States Roles -Christian Podcast - burst 02

"Welcome to the riott podcasts. We have practical discussions about how to share your faith. Seen news is and after some questions. Welcome to the riott podcast. Everyone this is. Bob shown them in along with my co host berry rice. Hey hey hey. And pete robertson was happening guys. How was your week and lots of hearts candy and roses. Yeah they did pretty good with that. We my wife and i went to. Where did we go. We went to hang out somewhere. Oh we went down to disney springs down in Orlando and We hung out down there and walked around and ate dinner and listen to music. All there's a lot of jazz players down there so like there was two different guys that were playing saxophone and so it was kind of like the romantic kind of day and so we just sat and did nothing in listened but there were so many people there. This was on valentine's yeah very nice. Weren't you like somewhere you the church. I was also in disney. Yes at a church. I took my wife to. She loves italian. You guys know that krystal loves italian food so we we went to The swan hotel also in disney and they had this really nice italian restaurant in there and It was amazing. Neither why think she been there when she was a kid. But i've never never walked around those hotels before so we walked over to the boardwalk and and The yacht club was over there. Just just really cool just really cool places to look and those buildings the architecture and just the detail it's disney right so the details and then we got rained on a little bit but it was cool so we had a reservation of seven sudden a seven forty five. We got there like six thirty and just had an hour to walk around kind of everything on really cool. You wanna know. Cool fact i do. That's the only property on disney property that disney doesn't own marriott. Right yeah weight. The swans is by. Until i was there. Any marriott's around disney world. Two three go and just go into into disneyworld won't marriott world rightfully called. It's amazing yes. Huge i yeah. I did not know that. Barry until we were there and it was funny because everybody's doing the three d. bar codes for menus right so you pop up on your phone menu. New said marietta on their like yeah. Didn't that's interesting. I didn't tell you guys were jd. Did for The girls my son sent Bouquets of flowers

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French sailor wins solo global race after 80 days

All Things Considered

02:05 min | 2 months ago

French sailor wins solo global race after 80 days

"End end tonight tonight to to the the world's world's toughest toughest sailing sailing race race as as the the leading leading boats boats crossed crossed the the line line in in an an unusually unusually close close finish. Solo nonstop race around the world is ending where it began on the western coast of France, 80 days and more than 24,000 miles ago. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports. French sailor Sharlee Dahlen was the first to arrive in the port of Lee Sabot alone on France's Atlantic Coast, A Z took his first steps on land and 2.5 months, fans screamed out his name and cameras snapped away. His arrival into the Bay of Gastonia in the Dark was broadcast on the French nightly news and streamed online. Dahlen crossed the finish line in 80 days, six hours, 15 minutes and 47 seconds. And the Robertson, a spokesman for the race, said the 36 year old bombed a Globe rookie clearly has what it takes. I think self reliance is the primary requirement on obviously substantial ocean racing experience, and it tends to be the absolute pinnacle of a solo ocean racers career. The grueling conditions of the race took their toll. Eight skippers were forced to drop out after their yachts were damaged. One sailors boat was split in half during a storm off the Cape of Good Hope, Andy Robertson. It's about avoiding the worst of the big winds with in this race. We've seen 50 to 60 knots at times and used the best of the systems to go fast. This is the most competitive race since the Van Day Glo began in 1989. Nine of the top boats are racing to the finish within 600 miles of each other. They survive. You will see God coming through. It is a castle. Mm, French commentators said the sailors were arriving in a pack as if they'd been out on a little excursion, not 80 days around the planet. Just because Dylan crossed the line first doesn't mean he'll win. Three other skippers close behind him have time bonuses after rescuing that sailor whose boat split in two, so the winner won't be known until their final times are in Eleanor

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Two Virginia police officers fired over Capitol riot

WBZ Midday News

00:26 sec | 2 months ago

Two Virginia police officers fired over Capitol riot

"The aftermath of the deadly ride of the U. S capitol, January 6 CBS's Jim Crow Sula has more on that to Rocky Mount Virginia police officers have been fired for their involvement in the U. S. Capitol riot Thomas Robertson and shake up cracker or pictured in the mob that stormed the capital. The two had been placed on leave and then suspended without pay. The two are also facing several federal charges and meanwhile, at the White House present. Embodying set to sign

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Show #49 "Laughs" TV Show starring Bob Dubac, John Pate & Ron Robertson Open! - burst 2

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

01:54 min | 2 months ago

Show #49 "Laughs" TV Show starring Bob Dubac, John Pate & Ron Robertson Open! - burst 2

"Jim was here. He's getting the dookie kicked out by a wild end. The marlins helicopter with a pitcher amid juleps saying. Yeah while jim place tag. That king cobra fly on ahead. That's up another batch of these corporate head butter maybe to kick the dookie out of him writer boy when you're tied up like in uni mutual of omaha the all time greatest wildlife series. This is the undersea adventures of jacques cousteau devils into the of and dover to the ocean down nail we discover how strong ronge and unusual creatures and then a different habitated. My son joke s. He decided to try his hand. At this clinic. Elude of the animals we seek it. Lingus monitors gama known. Is the details. Well real unusual america.

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Interview With Penny Powers

Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy Podcast

04:30 min | 2 months ago

Interview With Penny Powers

"Thank you very much penny for joining me and q. Barb in the rest of the special interest group for the invitation so we will have some general questions to begin with. How long have you been a therapist. I have practiced for forty five years. Wow that's quite a quite a career. At what point in your career did you become interested in assistive technology or in specialized wheelchair provisions after. I practiced a of years I received an invitation upon returning from china and adopting my second daughter Here at vanderbilt. I was offered the invitation to help out if you will in the wheelchair clinic and It afforded me the opportunity to move from a back in the day. They called it sub acute practice. So i was doing inpatient practice primarily with geriatrics medically complex patients in our sub acute unit. Which they've sort of gone away and gave me the opportunity to move to an outpatient setting so a single mom with two young children was attractive. But i have to tell you gave me great pause. I asked myself repeatedly. Could i learn a new area of practice and for me it. It really was a new area of practice and certainly I had to Get out my motivation. And i said yes for which there has been absolutely no looking back and although it's trite. I'm so glad. I jumped off that cliff great. So what is your current practice setting. Can you describe where you work. And what the setting is like sure I work at the within the vanderbilt bill wilkerson center which is Interesting are Hub for speech language and hearing sciences. And i work in the neuro rehab hub for the vanderbilt university medical center which is called the pie beta fai rehabilitation institute. And if it sounds like a sorority. It is because the pie fis gave the seed money to start this clinic and they are tremendous supporters of this clinic. The clinic did not start out just a little historical perspective. The clinic did not start out here. The clinic here at vanderbilt was part of rehabilitation services and started again. Hold onto your hat. In nineteen eighty five and so it really was on the forefront and so started in one thousand nine hundred eighty five but in two thousand five the department of rehab services which had Come under the umbrella of orthopedics divorced us and as part of the divorce agreement i brought the adult seating and mobility clinic And i say Pi beta phi. Me and jenny. Robertson took the pediatric component or division of the clinic to one hundred hoax. And of note. I think that really was a fait accompli. In that is everybody knows. A children's hospital wants everything pediatrics. So i think that part was a fait accompli. But i moved here to define two thousand five. We've been going pretty strong since then

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Susan Robertson  How to Supercharge Your Creative Thinking by Outwitting Your Instincts

The $100 MBA Show

09:40 min | 2 months ago

Susan Robertson How to Supercharge Your Creative Thinking by Outwitting Your Instincts

"I'm susan robertson and i'm an innovation strategist for fortune. Five hundred companies. Thanks for joining us today. I'm going to teach you about how the supercharge your own creative and visionary thinking outbidding your instincts. I'm gonna show you how to overcome major creative thinking roadblock that you probably don't even realize you have all humans suffer from a mental shortcut called negativity bias. The negativity bias is the phenomenon that negative experiences have a higher impact on our thoughts feelings and behaviors than positive experiences. So we're actually much more motivated to avoid negative. Then we are to seek out positive and this constant drive to avoid negative. Dramatically affects our thinking in ways. We don't realize because it's all happening subconsciously to illustrate the negativity by a little more. Think about this. If you believe someone had stolen twenty dollars from you. How angry do you think he would be now. Think about if you randomly found twenty dollars in the street. How happy do you think you would be. There's tons of research that shows that due to the negativity bias. We're much angrier about losing twenty dollars than we are happy about finding twenty dollars. Even though the rational value of the money is exactly the same. And that's the negativity bias. The reason this negativity biased is a roadblock to creative visionary thinking is because our brains interpret any uncertainty as danger and the immediate sub-conscious result is to try to avoid that danger ultimately. It's a survival instinct. Thank for a minute about way. Back in our prehistory when our ancestors still lived in caves. Let's imagine a little cave boy will call him grog grog. Here's a wrestling over in the bushes. He thinks i wonder what that might be. Any trots over to investigate it was a giant reptile and unfortunately grog is dead. Now think about a little cave girl. We'll call her lucy. Lucy here's a rustling over in the bushes to but listen. Thanks ha bat. Might be danger. And she runs away and ultimately lucy lives to pass on her jeans to all of us so us are descended from people who ran away from uncertainty and that instinct to assume uncertainty is. Danger is alive and well in all of us today. Our immediate subconscious reaction to any uncertainty is to assume it might be danger. We have a really common phrase that we all say when we hear or think of a new idea that very effectively kills new ideas instantly and that phrase is yes but whenever we hear a new idea or even think of ourselves our brains instantly focus on all the potential dangers. Yes but it's too expensive. Yes but it will take too long. Yes but the sales team won't like it. Yes but it won't work in our existing t system and on and on the problem with this is that it's exceptionally easy for us to identify lots of reasons why any idea might not work and it results in us most ideas before we ever even examined. If there's anything good we just reject them the moment we discover a potential problem because that yes spot is laser focused and lightning fast. The sba is so common that we don't realize how poisonous it actually is but it effectively squashes all creative thinking it. Squashes your own creative thinking when you say it or think it and it really squashes in a creative thinking from your team when they hear it from you so you need to wipe it out of your vocabulary seriously just hit delete on the yes but and that sounds like it should be easy but actually it's quite difficult because you have to circumvent an instinctive sub-conscious instant process that goes on in your brain. So that's the bad news. The negativity bias is never going to go away for any of us but the good news. Is we absolutely can retrain our brains to get around it. And i'm going to show you a neuroscience hack that will help you defeat your negativity bias. Time i call this thinking tool. Gps thinking and gps stands for great problem solving the trigger to know when you need to turn on your gps thinking is when you hear or think or say yes but when someone has an idea and you have to make a practice of noticing that yes but trigger by the way now that you're aware of it you're going to be shocked at how many times you say it or hear it every day. Once you've recognized that subconscious but process has kicked in. You have to now interrupt it with the conscious. Gps process. I'm going to give you the three steps of the gps process. And then i'll give you an example to illustrate step. One is g great. The first thing you want do is list anything. That's potentially good about the idea. What's interesting what's valuable. What's getting toward the goal. What's new were different about it. And this g great part is the part that your brain will naturally skip if you let it so you have to not let yourself skip this step g. Great step number one then step. Number two is the p. problem. Which is where your brain has been trying to go but instead of simply stating the problem. There's a critical difference here and that critical differences. You need to flip that statement into a how to question so instead of saying it will cost too much instead you say. How can we make it more affordable or instead of saying it will take too long instead you say. How can we do it. In the time that we have to p problem articulated in the form of a how to question. And then you move onto s solving. So now you solve for those problems you found in the idea by changing the original idea but keeping something about it that you thought was great from g great list. I'm going to give you an example. So let's say you mentioned to your friend you've been feeling a little extra tired lately and doesn't seem to be due to lack of sleep and your friend says Have an idea for you. Take a break every day in the middle of the day and take a two hour walk. That's what i do. And it seems to really help and your brain instantly focuses on all the yes buts in that idea. All the potential problems. Yes but i don. Tom i have too much work. Yes but i have to help kids with their homework. Yes but i have to have dinner ready. You focus on all the problems. That's your negativity bias kicking in and it starts with yes but so once you've realized that the yes bet is kicked in you go through the process in g great. You list anything about that idea. That might be good. Well exercises good. Taking a break during your workday is it. You'll be more focused when you come back to the work and you'll feel more refreshed so there are things in that idea aspects of that idea. That are good. And that's what you want to draw out in the g. Good step and once you've done that you move to step two p. Problem and you articulate those problems now in the form of a how to question so instead of simply saying i don't have time instead you say. How can i find time for exercise or you might say. How can i find time to take a break in my day or you might say. How can i find more time to relax. So i can sleep better so that. Step two problem but articulated in the form of a how to question and the you move on to step three which is solving and you solve for those problems by changing the original idea so you might say the the problem you wanna saw four is how to find more time in your day for seven exercise so you might say well. I don't have a two hour block. But i could find a few fifteen minute blocks and in those fifteen minute walk. Take a couple of laps around the house. Or i could run up and down the stairs five times. So you've changed the idea. You've you've moved away from a to our walk and you've modified the idea to be a few fifteen minute walk so you've solve for the problem but you kept something that you thought was good. Which is both exercise breaking your day. So that's the gps process. I'll quickly repeat the steps g good. What's potentially good in the idea. Knowing it's not finished p. problem articulated as a how to question and ask solution solve for those problems by changing the original idea but keeping something that you thought was great

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HIV Under the Microscope

The Naked Scientists

05:20 min | 4 months ago

HIV Under the Microscope

"I this week there was cause for celebration as a covid. Vaccine became a regulator approved reality in the uk. All the time we've been waiting and hoping for the day when the searchlights of science would pick out invisible enemy. Give the pala to stop the enemy from making us ill. And now the scientists have done it and they used the virus itself to perform a kind of biological jujitsu and in fact because of that jujitsu the uk has become the focus of world media attention as the first western nation to formally approve corona virus vaccine for public use. Nevertheless some are questioning. Why britain's been able to move so fast according to the uk education secretary govern williamson. Speaking to see it's because we live in great britain. I just reckon we've got the very best people in this country and we've obviously got the best medical regulators much better than were french. Arab muslim belgians have much better than me americans. That doesn't surprise me at all because we're much better country than every single was okay but if that is actually true then what is that. We're better at in reality. The buck stops with a body called the nhra there. The medicines and healthcare products regulatory agency and down to them. That we've been able to approve sizes new coronavirus vaccine in record time and to explain what's involved what gaps still remain in our knowledge. And what is happening with the other major vaccine contender. The one being made by astrazeneca. His gino martini from the royal pharmaceutical society. Any new medicine has to be reviewed and tested the mitchell ray. The job is to inspect review. The data that's being generated so foams physical companies have to pay the testing. We'll clinical trials. Testing will phase one face to face free with effectively. The the medicine in this case. The vaccine is tested in human volunteers and subjects which representative while the population people. You're gonna begin the vaccine to create these clinical trials. The data's collected and the whole basis have put together a dossier and that's been reviewed by the shaarei in this case. What is the damage of being working in real time with manufacturers review the data in real time so that's why we've been able to get an accelerated. Is it as simple as that. Because what some people. Think quite legitimately appointing out is that normally. It takes ten years to make a drug or vaccine and get that to market. Which means by the time it gets there. You've got ten years in some cases of follow up from the first time a person was exposed to that drug to the time at which you begin to marketed. Here we've got ten months so we don't have that long term insight true. What's happening here. Is that the nhra actively viewing people being executed. So there's already assistant quotes called surveillance. And so they'll be muller shaking people. Boxing aged just in case there are any adverse events alba to understand. The nhra is a very very good regulatory agency. Got great expertise in looking out biological jokes. Vaccines whom the signing. What data is needed sensual. Quality and safety and of course efficacy. Interestingly though the nhra have approved this agent for uk use but the the european counterpart for the hr a have not approved this more. Broadly across the rest of the eu and other countries in the eu. Haven't done what the uk's done. So why have we got that difference. And if it's good enough for us why is it not good enough for the rest of europe. But these things do happen. I mean differences do occur in interpretation with with data particularly when you have those as just the s but again a while alluded to before is immature About could lead robertson so a lead coordinates when they were part of the mea for all the you took applications like said sixty percent of new medicines being less than ten years or so the amateur were coordination. I got great experience in this kind of area and a great network of keeping lead his experts. Who can give council on this data so you know. I'm i'm fairly confidence. That amateur are happy. With the safety and efficacy and quality than out of oxygen. There are some gaps in our understanding and in the data we've had generated so far though. Aren't there for instance. No one under eighteen has had the agent tried on them so they won't be being vaccinated pregnant women. Currently there regarded as a risk group. But they've not been included intentionally in the charles. They've been actually excluded from the trials. So how we gonna deal with the fact that there are these individuals or groups in the population that haven't been actively explored as time evolves. They will obviously investigate. Those subjects will be evolving. The plan with the mitchell ray in finding house was the best way to include those people.

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Supreme Court Rules New York Cannot Limit Attendance At Houses Of Worship Due To COVID-19

Here & Now

04:54 min | 4 months ago

Supreme Court Rules New York Cannot Limit Attendance At Houses Of Worship Due To COVID-19

"Some religious groups in new york are celebrating last night's rare late night. Supreme court decision blocking an executive order from new york governor andrew cuomo that restricted attendance at religious services in their neighborhoods because the pandemic ultra orthodox jewish organizations in brooklyn and queens and the roman catholic diocese of brooklyn claim. That cuomo single them out. The state pointed to the recent spike in covid nineteen cases. And then there was that alarming ultra orthodox wedding last week. The two hundreds not wearing masks. The court's decision was five. Four with its newest justice emmy coney barrett considered the fifth vote. Emily brazilan staff writer at new york times magazine and fellow at the yale law. School is here emily. Thank you for taking a break from your thanksgiving thanks. You are welcome. Glad to be here. And we should say the to litigants the ultra orthodox jewish groups and the catholic diocese were already not subject to these restrictions. Because they've been lifted there's a color system for restrictions in new york and Cova cases had obey abated in their area. But what was the argument from the court in blocking even targeted restrictions. Well the corpus arguing that new york hadn't shown that less strict measures would be enough to protect public health. Which is a pretty cursory kind of way of thinking about this. You can see the concur. Ince's by justice gorsuch as justice cavanaugh. That some of the conservative judges didn't like the idea that essential businesses which were permitted to open a new york included stores but did not include houses of worship. And i think the odd thing about the majority's analysis here is what it's comparing so the majority behaves as if people going to stores are the same as people congregating in a house of worship even though it's very unusual in store for lots of people to be sitting together or certainly singing or chanting together for a long time. That's all in a church or synagogue or a mosque and we know that that is a riskier activity. So there was no discussion of the science or scientific public health considerations in the majority's opinion. And what about chief. Justice john robertson. The three liberal justices dissenting. What did they say. Well chief justice. John roberts says there's no reason for us to decide this right now for the reason that you gave earlier new york had a lift these restrictions for now because the krona virus spread is not as bad in the city so these restrictions said that in the red zone the highest risk new york. You could have ten people in a house of worship in the orange zone. You could have twenty-five people but the catholic archdiocese in the docks synagogues that have sued. They no longer are subject to those restrictions and so she's jeff roberts was making a kind of traditional conservative judicial modesty Moved here in which he said. Look if they're subject to these restrictions again maybe they will be proved to be unduly harsh but at the moment. They're not so we don't need to step in here. And this is a classic example of a judge saying you know what. Let's leave this in the hands of public. Health officials not have judges step in to make these decisions. Unless it's absolutely necessary will be clear. What does it mean. I mean be clear. Only because i'm not able to figure this out. Temporary decision made on an emergency basis by the way when ruth bader ginsburg was on the court roberts sided with the liberals and the decision was in favor of restrictions that was when california had restrictions in place. So obviously there's been a tilt here but what does this mean for other states for new york when it comes to restrictions on houses of worship in the pandemic y- i'm kind of scratching my head about that too. I mean it looks like what the court is saying. Is that if you have businesses open you have to treat churches and other houses of worship just like those businesses but without paying attention to the greater risk that the church that you know religious service can entail and that's very strange to me because it seems so at odds with the science and what we know about the spread of coronavirus. And so you're right. This is a decision. That's a temporary restraining. Order against new york. The merits the kind of larger case is still to be thrashed out the lower courts and so one hopes going forward that there will be more attention to these apples to apples. Comparisons and figuring out what the state really needs to do to protect public health and mall many have seen the video from the acidic wedding in brooklyn this month. Hundreds packing a synagogue. No-one wearing masks mayor. Bill de blasio said or organizers will find fifteen thousand for violating restrictions. And so we're keeping an eye on that to see what happens. There might be any kind of consideration of

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"robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

Unashamed with Phil Robertson

06:46 min | 5 months ago

"robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

"Thought. I said eighty she said do i said put that on tv. Yeah i should tell. I said you got the camera with you. I should run it. Run that we wouldn't be the only person that really tell the whole story from your baba class press conferences. was somebody in from london. Yeah london england in england and they tell the whole thing was like. Here's what the guy had to say. He seemed pretty good to me. I mean this guy was generally actually took up for. He did he did. It was the only only news outlet that actually came over here from london. England dirt on me as one of those london tabloids. That's why it's best. I'll give him the dirt on the front and just say look. I've never had anybody from balkan bill to get the me so that's that's five miles away so you're right. We kind of put. Tmz out of business in terms of the ryerson's because you just tell your own stuff you know you. You don't have to if you don't if you're not sitting around on a time bomb if you just go ahead and detonate it drunk. Yup yup. I knew it was coming without the pig. Hurry so when. I imitate field. That's what i do. I mean everybody's trying to get drunk get hag laid. Yeah that sounds like so one of the verses that i like kind of torn around with on cancel because basically they they claim to this day data orgin article recently. Just a random piece that comes out in the hollywood reporter about. Let's remember why we hate. This guy wasn't even target anything new. You're doing it was just like all the all stuff native wanted to remember me so so they could hate me. Don't forget this guy. We cancel so. I thought it was interesting that they're having to remind they're people that we canceled the gasoline in their mindset. They cancelled you but in truth and reality. They didn't cancel anything. The show totally reversal. You were on indefinite hiatus which with a twenty four hour nine days. They were trying to. They said we actually didn't fire you if you read carefully. I said i said did i ever bellyache. Haven't been cancelled or run off. I say y'all ever hear me bell. Did i call yet. They said no sir. You didn't say a word. I said i don't i don't care if you are late. It on me. They said well. If you read real carefully it says we put you on a what he comes. An indefinite hiatus are looked hiatus in the bible. It said not part of the program so longer a part of the program so they didn't so they but then they reverse course. The only thing that family said was that we're not going to do this. Show that's on the show so we're basically saying were at that time it was at its height. Oh it was that we talked about in the last four season which was the hi. I'm saying hey we're talking to me is a millions. The demos out the roof. Yeah a lot of our you know. The woman had contracts with the various companies. It probably cost us by ten meal to cave in and say. Oh you're right. It's not a seeing or us not back you but what's interesting is that was in two thousand fourteen again ahead of the cancel curve our would be willing to say they would definitely cancelled today like it's gotten so far now. Oh yeah one. Little statements on my the who was the either way up for all the the guys and gals practice homosexual behavior. And the ones that are say now and it's It's great work going on inside that there's no doubt about it. It's and again. It's we've converted credit and we were client. Yeah we were blamed or or said that we were against the specific group of people. We preach truth marriage and immorality about any situation. I mean like they're they're if a man and woman just like the one. I just married. They've been living together ten years. They were convicted because of what was illness. Podcast that this is not right and so the the the girlfriend tells the and they've been a long time she tells him. Now you go sleep on the couch. Well two years later they come down here. And i married him the boy you be excited because get off the couch now. You're back in the good gracious slept on the couch for two years. Yeah no sex was a little slow logo and mccain two years ago but my point is we when it comes around to anything outside of a husband and wife the way god designed to have sex with your wife or your husband and keep it there and as you said many times no disease all these bad things that happened. Now that's correct. That's what we teach and so that applies to anything. That's not that you know. And as a as a i mean as an outsider. And i am no matter how hard i've tried to be a part of the robertson family. I know that. I'll never really fit in. Just tell when you walk by around here. Well gordon you know the thing for you is because you're weird but the good thing for you is that around here. Weird is in best. So you know just as an i love teasing feel and joking around about family and even j. and i know she doesn't magazine. I did it when she was alive and she laughed at it. But i tell stories on her all the time but just at all seriousness. When i come into your house and i see lesbians and gay men and all these other people that are listed in that verse and there's people that are living shackled. Whatever whatever there's no limit. And i see you sitting there not only share in the scriptures with them sharing the gospel with them. You're fading them a fine meal like we had a while ago and that was good tramp to fail. It was awesome. But you're you're you're hospitality toward people regardless of where they are in their life. I know no matter what these people in cancel culture. Say about you. I know that you love the very people that they say they're trying to defend. You love him deeply. God's just what. Jesus said i love centers i came here. I'd i'd come here to to cancel people. I came here to do so. So i wanna read you this verse as we're about out of time From colossians two thirteen fifteen. Because i really think this will become the heart of of what we get to in this book. This is the direction we go when you were dead in your sins and in the season of your flesh because he's been talking about circumcision the context. God made you alive with.

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"robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

Unashamed with Phil Robertson

06:13 min | 5 months ago

"robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

"Or i want to start more about jesus or last weekend. I married a couple after they were baptized. Says really cool. The way that our at act and i had never had the personal vision for it because this started for another reason but i love it when god like has a plan in mind we don't know about yet and then just kinda unveils as it goes along. You know which is kind of awesome. Pretty pretty neat. So gordo was married to jan. Topped about her on the podcast. She's passed away about a year ago. Just a little over a year and we've told you how great she was and all that but i wanna go into talk a little bit about her because you were married to her long-time and what it was like to come into the robertson family. So gordo was ellen duck dynasty. I your initial episode was the one that was right. The family reunion so they had gordon. They put him in a in a pink. They want below pink polo producers. Do so they can put him with. Dad am basically throw him under the bus with. They did know. Gordon gordon stanzas grand. Pretty good i. That's one thing he learned about it. So do you remember that that you've heard what you said on the show. So he looked he looks at you. And you got this pink shirt on. And he said you know old gordon. He's got look about him. You mean when he said on the show and then gordon. I've got look about me. Have you looked at yourself in the mirror. So other line to that. Was you tell you ain't from around. Yeah you mas aren't real close together. Look inbred brad here. So i will say that the guys that made the show pretty brilliant. Because they were right. The contradiction scenes of data and gordon were brea because they were funny. I'm you were laughing just because you are the with the pink shirt on. It was really funny. So i just want the audience that no that in case you missed. So what was it like coming into the so. How did you jam me tim. Little bit about the beginning of it all because it's been at even forgotten and i was just. I was just a lad. Yeah it was one thousand nine hundred seventy four. I'd been floundering around long story. But i got an opportunity to come to the seminary that was at our church here and i'd never heard of whites ferry road charge. I'd never heard of west monroe but wound up there and you came to go school. I came to school okay. And i was at a mixer out at the camp and my version is. I was surrounded by young women and version. They scenario aiding you have palm branch. They were offering me casseroles down. How will say that. I believe you're version. Only because everybody advisory wrote is always trying to get everybody's single married. That's there go. Well your aunt janet. She saw me from afar and kind of ran. The others often lay claim to me. And i don't know i think we dated five and a half months before we got married. I told you on the whether the lsu game one time. I don't know if you remember. But i mean i lucked out. I mean there could have been mental illness or brother can have been some obsessed. Connor ran a bar in arkansas. Made how lucky to get. I didn't know it either family. You're asking me what it was like. It was a culture shock. I'm telling you so you started in the fall of seventy four. Yeah in school. So here's what's interesting i. I didn't really put this together. So dad's not a christian yet. This is this is still a year. He's a year out from russia and that summer jan drove up to camp session ended. She drove up to junction city. Arkansas and i loaded up in her car and then she drove all night down to houston texas and picked up to my cousins. That live down there and then drove back to camp to get us back for sunday. Which is when camp started so my only experience it camps yoga. What's now of course. Willie and john lukianov them run. All those years ago was because a jam and because she was willing to drive all night to get me into jamie and david to come and so you know i've but that was right before she met you because that was the summer of seventy is when that happened which is interesting and of course. I didn't know any of that stuff a year later. And we've talked about allowing the podcast. Jan boldly took bill smith preacher at the time and by the way you guys are semi all the bills. Must of the gathers bill smith. It's the preacher now. This not him as passed away so a lot of you. Keep sending me emails about bill smith. But that's the wrong. Bill smith so he she takes him up there because she's convinced she took me. I oh tim that us. She took me. I and he i'd been to introduce you to to to to lead him to the law but the problem with that is i'd been smoking dope and getting drunk a month before that. So when she took me he basically just intimidated the fire me off. I mean you don't remember that either. Isn't that funny. I never knew that. I remembered it. I'm still wounded to this day. So this would have been sometimes seventy seventy four. It probably been the next year though right when she tied. Take you out there. Maybe so i didn't. I never knew that. So you aren't quite up for that task. Just yeah and so. But and by the way. Bill smith what neither you know in to go and look i in his defense. I've been put in the same boat for some. Tell me if you can just go and talk to them and said do they wanna talk about god are they. Add a point and they're like well. No but i just think you can convince him. Look this thing is about turning yourself in like you can't cap to take somebody by captive for christ has to be a situation where they're wanting to talk about so that first time did it was an epic fail because bill smith came in set in the booth in the bar that we run into amazon and dad's drinking this budweiser beer. Whatever and he just listens and then they're like basically just all right. See you later.

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"robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

Unashamed with Phil Robertson

06:09 min | 9 months ago

"robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

"Fellow citizens with God's people let's. Members of God's House Oh The building joined together the temple in the Lord give in your put the people or the building. That's it right. The people are the temple. That's what my point is. Yeah, they're not. It's not the bill. and. It's not the group handling Tiger last break. Yeah it's not, it's not that I will in his defense and many others. It's if you just. Look at the landscape without no end is confusing is so many different well, and how would you ever? Remember the word denomination is not in the Bible. It's like buying a lottery ticket and the and the problem is. You'RE NOT GONNA win anyway wherever you go there. You got imperfect people so when you're going to this structure. It's like eating fish to me. You know I love fish, but so there are bones less fit out, or it will cause consequential. He's looking for the perfect group. He's going to be wondering across the Earth. Not He's just trying to figure out what would the best group of an and always say look at people do that for twenty years I know that. Just can't find the right church. But what are you talking about? You are the church. If you've surrender to Jesus, it's like an excuse for not living like Jesus in your normal I'm not saying he's doing that what he should. He feels that way. Because it's a, it's a question that's unanswerable or it's a thought that doesn't make any sense. You don't really find a church. The Lord finds you what needs to do is convert a couple of people. So now there's three of them and Jesus said were two or three a gathered together in my name. I'll be there well these three now there. There was one, but he converted man as well so now there's three of them within those three. Go out and convert to more now there's growing then they convert three or four more and this one over here. You look up one day about twenty. You're like well. Who's has going median, so he goes from house to house, and somebody says hey. What did it for a hundred of us now because we've been out here and Jesus would people what we're GonNa do now well, if you want to nail up some boards and brick and mortar, you WanNa meet there, but you don't have to. Stay in your houses eight there and they did it that way phone three hundred years. That's right it as April go to one church, and they just go there to die I. Go to many churches. I end out because I'm thinking of it backwards. I'm like I'm in the church. It it's a it's an organization that's not tied to a building it. It's organized by God. He added me to it I mean whether I was aware of it or not, so we're moving around I. Find Other people that love Jesus and the share Jesus I. Don't care what the scientists I'm. Eat there because everyone you go to. There's always going to be problems. Yeah so, but I think if people are trying to find the perfect church well, you just wasted your whole life. Partner I save you found that Bourbon charge. Doing just ruined it because you're not perfect so. If you find the perfect saver and you surrendered today. which is Jesus you're in the dirt, which is has a lot of imperfections, but we're forgiven by the grace of God, and so then you function in that from a serving attitude, instead of well, let me are y'all like the woman said, listen my sitting in my seat. I mean that's when you just want to do a spiritual slap. And say did you lost your minded? That's what I mean. When you told me that it may be i. mean this is a sore subject for me. Because people just it's like A. It's no different from the golf club that play go. All the rules, the pro that I might your job in my job, because back then I was. You know they're very similar. You know that's that's the way it's viewed from from the group itself trying to keep people happy. You got a bunch of Gripe people over here. You got other people trying to enjoy golf in that golf. Pros Fight Mesa Social Club, yeah and half of them US I shouldn't put a number around a lot of people at the at the Church Club. They're living like the devil in. You know what I mean. They just night before was the last thing about representing Jesus, so you're like well. What's wrong with this pitcher? The pitchers the way you're perceiving this. You don't go around and try to find somebody that you're going to agree with because you're never going on that. I mean we don't agree with each other and wearing a family. We love each other. We basically have the same background. We don't agree with each other on April. We agree with each other on Jesus your. The rest of it will work out. We discuss we try, but you can't get bogged down in the denominational world. I think that's was the Yvonne's plan, not not God's plan. You split them all up. Keep them arguing about things that don't matter just thinking about how many Berge in the New Testament that we don't read about staying away from foolish controversies, dumb arguments, genie, over and over and over and over and over says. Says quit arguing about things that don't matter. That's why we ended up. With twenty five thousand different denominations, everybody got their creed, and we all come together on Jesus him coming in Flash, dying on the cross, being bad raised from the dead believe that repent have somebody baptize you. You're a member of the charts now. The Kingdom of God. Let's go. You would think it's that simple, but evidently not human just love buildings. Do and they love building. They love to might rules about the London Azzoni that bell. Zero line JAS the only rue the Robertson bunch ad, they only Rulli is. There are no rules..

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"robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

Unashamed with Phil Robertson

06:57 min | 10 months ago

"robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

"Slash Robertson. One thought I had was. On the last couple of days we get a lot of comments. I've had a lot of discussions about John Six and seven that we've been talking about and a guy. Had a pretty good, pretty good question. and He. He read this John Six thirty nine two minutes. You remember it kind of got weird and John Six when Jesus said you know I am the bread of life that was in verse. Thirty five. He who comes to me will never go hungry and he he believes me will never be thirsty. And so I think at that time the people standing there were like. Do. What now is this cannibalism more? But then he made another interesting comment of course Jesus was trying to portray. The heavenly. Versus the earthly that was the whole. Context of what was happening because you? Yes, because he had just fed him. The bread and the fish in basically they're showing back up for the next meal. which you have to have this, you need it and so they were like well. We're here for our daily feeding. Because now we're building a bill. Build an army that wants to be fed miraculously every day. And so that was the point he is. He spun so this discussion I had came from thirty nine of chapter six where it says in this is the will. Of Him who sent me that? I shall lose none. Of all that he has given me but raise them up at the last day. And he was asking about that. Because a lot of people believe that's a spiritual thing. And that? There's only. A few that are saved and. None of them will be lost. And so this guy had had some really good ideas and gets about this. We get that question a lot. People a yeah sure how? We're just explain the difference between causeway quoted at Hebrews five about those who have by Kosta use use the scriptures as food. He solid food, so you have spiritual food. Solid food is farther matured, and you start talking about Jesus the brand of live, and all that you have a spiritual feeding, and you add physical feeding. Both of them are are are constants main. You're not gonNA live without physical food. Your body will swell up and you will die of starvation well, then you have spiritual food and there is a big difference. But a man who's figured out both well understand solid foods for the mature who are constant use of trained themselves to distinguish given. Jesus is saying you feed on me. He say and the qualities that I possess that I'm showing you. I'm the perfect man. Perfect God perfect man you need to. Feed on me whatever I do however. I respond by saying that into practice. You're exhibiting spiritual. Dude and you'll live forever if you feed on me well I. Think in this case he was talking about. AL Cochran you think about what Jesus did. Jesus, conquered the world. and. He didn't lose a man in a battle. You just think about that. In fact, he actually died. But there was no war there. You know you think about a king or someone teaches well. They were driving him to all right. They're here. They are saying Oh, he has special powers. We we member. They were GONNA. Make any worse, and we'll just take over the world. This Guy Satan never had his boot own the neck Jesus, because three days after he died whoops, he standing back up again you row, but he took over the world in a non physical military way, and so I think this is excellent. Yeah, because let me just read these couple of verses the next verse Verse Fortieth says for by Father's will. Is that everyone who looks to the sun and believes in Him shall have. Eternal life and I will raise him up at the last day. Now let me just read you another thing, so you get to chapter seven after all this happens after the miracle you know. How are people responding? And it says after this Jesus went around and gotTa Levers One. Purposely staying away from Judea. Because the Jews, there were waiting, take his life. So now. There's a couple of things there I want to say about this number. One is if someone has the miraculous G-. If you've. Seen or heard of a miracle I'm not sure why they didn't put two and two together, and what a main is kind of like a member. When he said you know, sacrifice your son, reason to the resurrection. He reason to the resurrect. He's like. Wait a minute here. This this guy or this being has. Vast saw Americal if you start thinking what the potential is one of the potentials. If you have the power to manipulate atoms molecules, then that means there's a possibility that you can beat death. Now, they're. Mine didn't go to remember if your own row thirty. Outdoors and you're own row thirty. It would have been they would have had been some type of I'm just saying rose. There's five thousand men. Here comes the GRUB. Yeah well if you're back there on row thirty. And the fish come by and the bread. You you're not seeing the source of it is just coming out of him. He's flown down. He's he's down I on the side of the hill, and all this food flowing out of him, but you're not putting it together where where where? This food. On! Aberdeen here comes the fish. Brad humans being humans. It's like you kin folks when they come, they start digging in. We. Offer a prayer for the while Y'all and sell, but there are threats, so rowe thirty does not realize that the source of the food. This is a miracle, they're not aware of it I mean. How could you tell that's my well right? But I live somewhat in the dark about the Miracle Jason. I agree, but they were wanting to kill him, and so he says in verse six of Chapter Seven. Jesus told him the right time for me has not yet come. I. Think this is funny this next part because he uses now I think he meant by his death..

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"robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

Unashamed with Phil Robertson

02:25 min | 11 months ago

"robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

"Take a quick break. So we got Zach with us. Of course, the my business partner, and so accident, a business guru I guess he would be our family business guru, I guess unless you can it Willie I don't know but which willy know. May object to that assertion. They would so zach how important our HR people to! Organizations I mean. Big Organizations, would you say in? Human Resources that when he first did this. He's talking about home run. Of, course softball team. You need somebody to be able to hit home run. And I forgot what that he thought it was the now. Human Resources. We're talking about so say you have. Collected at the table here. At one time the world's greatest spades player so a player in on Jason Robertson that was before his beard turned a little gray I don't know he was on the Internet, talk with the Manhattan. Big Dogs and all this. Allows me. Then you got like the guys financial type y'all to you know Yeah Yeah Yeah Jason The stock market and you got me. Who helped bring y'all four and it just a scary thing to to to you know unveil. To the show today. Shows that so anyway. That being said from Dad. Small Businesses ECHINACEA small business, and so you know it's hard. You have human resources needs. But how do you do it because you don't hire a purrs money benefits all this stuff, so we gotTA company. Bambi but not not be a MB. Abby Am B.. E. Bambi Bam to the be that basically has a virtual hr guy, or Gal for Your Business, so you want to check these guys out you get dedicated hr manager. They're available by phone or email. Real time chat, which is important these days and the coronavirus, this especially good, so Montemar with no hidden fees. You cancel anytime. check them out Bambi Dot. com B. A. M. B. E., dot com slash Robertson. And if you go there now, you get a free audit, so that's. The A. M.. B..

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"robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

Unashamed with Phil Robertson

05:18 min | 11 months ago

"robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

"So here we go as promised on the unashamed podcast. We have our sister and your daughter Dad. And Mom, too, because you call mom Phyllis special special MOM, which is. So it's. It's weird, it's. It's you know I guess is different for us because we had a few months to process and and meet and talk, but it's still kinda crazy and was so funny fills. We're so known. As like the four brothers, of course, you know like I'm the one used this because I have a beard all year. That gets the scapegoat, but now there's a girl, so you're. Hey, we're the only two words that beers, but they say that's you know. Package the he he's the weird brother, but he said I'm the one that I don't have a beer, send our both weird. No trust me off I. Know both of you long enough to know. More Weird. You're not worried at all right. I don't think so. So so mom and Miss Kay of course so mom before we get. More of our story that we started last So Jay's mentioned a couple of podcasts ago that he had a mother's Day gift for you. And he told the audience what it was going to be. which was a thousand dollars ten one hundred dollars one hundred dollar, so he said he did it to be able to buy you off because you've been on him about the plane or whatever we've been arguing about this, so. Tied to pay for half the plan now. But he tells me all about winning on the stock market. Say. winning. Winning it's investing with a Pale but anyway that's fine. Yes, so I have a problem with you. Tell me all that, and then, when I asked you to play half or something, there's like world war three. No, the argument that I thought we had ended with the payoff. Was the feel said I have a free playing that yes? That was. A free plane before now. I would like somebody to go up there right now and try to get a free plane from the man that does that. was. Speaking of weird out. Of it and then when I got the bill for the free plane. That must have been free days was hoping for the free. I just thought I got Hustle Obama parents so i. just brought it up because I thought next. Have you paid on third because you felt guilty because of what your husband did, and therefore I said I'll tell you what I'll pay whatever you feel on the two and you said okay. Give me a third as it okay. So, did the. Remember Recall. I. Don't recall, so did the thousand bucks did it by you off or are you happy now forgave in that second that I saw this. As ten nine hundred dollar bills, there asset all forgiven. Few, really. Really Nice then I have a new predictor attitude change. Just. Dollars. We know it can buy forgiveness then I. Don't want to start another argument, but then I made a prediction. I said I predict that within seven days of told missy this. that. Your mom will give away that thousand dollars. She will just give it away then hours. You gave me a hundred. We got a tip. That's I. GotTa tip what you're hearing. Phyllis is kind of spinoff of the Oh mookie mookie old movie being John Malkovich. This is like being Robertson I've never even heard of that. Were you watching? You remember that. Watch it I just. Assist. Robertson! Job. I had remember I. Don't know who that is I'm worried to even research to. Know what I like. It's an actor I could get out more. I'm out. You're not. Disturbing. Start. Me To get out mentally. This is come back from thirty years I. Don't know how you remembered that I don't either. I mean bill has not left this seven acres in months, and he's telling me to get out more. I'm leaving here in about an hour, so I mean, I thought I was. A lot of you're going to your corner. I'm almost to the Jeremiah. Johnson line when the. Mountain Man OUGHTA get out of these mountains and get out. Go back to one of the towns down there and. Jeremiah Johnson said already been to a town. That was. That was a mic drop moment there. Been Villa some feeling the need to just apologize.

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"robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

Unashamed with Phil Robertson

06:05 min | 11 months ago

"robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

"GonNa tell you a story so bad since you brought up the interesting point about your former life A couple of I guess. It's been about three months now. A few months back Jason I got a letter basically at the same time and we actually were sitting here when I was first reading it. And I'm reading this letter while I was GonNa give the letter to feel because it was ever had Donald Duck commander. I think to get some dog food. Which is weird. Did you remember the letter? Well whoever was the reception he got out front there? Whoever got out front the receptionist yeah she gave me the mail for you because some of your mail comes there and so I was gonNA give it to you but as you sometimes do when we do these podcast. You leave quickly and so Ego so I saw I got the male at the church. Also dressed to you sums to me sums to everybody here so I'm read. I got this letter out and I'm looking at it in Jason's Canada's Sydney here. You were out the door Jason. Oh I got that same letter. Had it in your our so. I'm just Kinda just doing a quick glance at it and you know talked about DNA and you know. Baba bond there was a DNA material and there is is so I immediately thought that it was like a lot of letters. We get where people now this. Dna searches so you know people are doing it everywhere. So you get people that are like connected to our families ally. Maybe they found a link where they're related to somebody some Robertson from Virginia. So I just thought it was one of those. I was just Kinda. Oh yeah somebody may be hard for people to understand but like when a lot of people that lost you know dies and you become famous you get a series of letters that start off something like this DNA. I realized I'm your family member. Nc usually skip down to the bottom. And it'll say if you could just send me the check for ten thousand dollars or assigned picture. I mean aside. You're like okay. You know what I mean. Because they tell you need the ten thousand dollars and but I just can't skip to the you. So you were kind of dismissing. I was dismissing. 'cause you like well the time doesn't really make sense and I was just kind of half way listening so day more carefully so just as Tay. What the letter says. Basically it was from a woman who said that by a DNA. Search she thanks. Dad might be heard at once. We get into that and start looking at a little more deeply. I'm like Oh whoa WHOA. This isn't just in your like well. Yeah I mean that that might be something to this and that's it so then. I looked at the day of her birthday and I thought about when dad became a Christian. Because I'm kind of family as store and I thought well that's not he was already Kristie. That was a little confused that but once we figured out. We had two months because because with with filled it's always pre. Jesus 'cause I'm like that's there was a clear dividing line for dad. That's was everything up till he to you became a Chris. Oh my aunt but really look in that what. Christianity is all about. Because a lot of like when I was with your old friends we went on. I think we were actually looking for males. One Time Arkansas. And some of your old buddies were there. I mean this was not that long ago but then they started talking about just things you did. That pre Jesus and I'll it was hard for me. Even though I saw glimpse of that it was hard for me to even imagine 'cause I was like no because I've seen the new man so long so it is a difficult thing to so Jason. I I read it so let me think about. Let me look into this a little more deeply and so a few days went by and then the more I read it the more. I thought this is something we need to try to figure out but so my mindset was. I didn't want to tell mom and dad if it wasn't true because I didn't want to upset them like this is a life changing situation. If at some point we kind of cause me and you were talking about it since we both were in on the discovery because we both concluded this is not one of these frivolous things. We've got it. It looks like it may have some we had to pursue right so we call Zach our cousin that works with our new producing our podcast dad. Show and we're trying to kind of come with a game plan so we kind of tried to figure out a way that like one of us could do a DNA test. You know because you were looking on the line and look. I recognized all the names of people I knew shores and Ivan People. I grew up here in granny. Talk about so I could see them all over there and I was like. There's something connected here that's when we started saying that there's you know there's something here but of course there was a missing line it was would have been your line and your siblings and all of us. None of us are mentioned so I was. How could we do a DNA so we were trying to figure things out and finally Zach and I were talking and Zach said well I'm just GONNA collar? What do you think about that? I said we'll just call her. Just tell her we got the letter you know because I started thinking about it. I thought this is. There's a forty five year old woman out there that doesn't know who were dad is and she's looking and I thought even if it's not dad she needs to know it's not bad so so Zach. Calder he talked to her. He called me and he was like you know. I mean I don't know anymore in terms of whether it's actually true or not but I mean she's not Alfred anything she's not this. This is a this is A. She's a Christian and he gave me a little bit about history and so I was like we gotta we gotTa Tell Dad and mom just got to go talk about this and so I I came out here to to yours. Mom's house and I told you and I showed you the letter. In course. Dad didn't remember anything. No specifics about it..

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"robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

Unashamed with Phil Robertson

05:24 min | 11 months ago

"robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

"You Know Jeb said what took you also yeah. I was surprised by that question. I was like well. That's a good attitude. You know what took so long to get down to bright hair and actually was you and Zach both turned it around the same time because they were they were up together. They were in college. I Guess It's supposed to Colin. Gotten off on the wrong path and will. You are working with the college minister at the time. How long have we keep you under our quarantine for about house arrest about three months? It was like the whole hunting season. Yeah Agi I just remember. I gained like forty pounds but it was an awesome time. 'cause I'm remember. We studied like every night. Stay the Bible Aria. Yeah I've noticed in when people Make that transition there. There is a process. We you'RE GONNA dry out in one phase. But then you're replacing. I think of that story in the Bible when it's unless you replace it. You know the when Jesus had healed the guy was demon possessed. He's like seven times. Worse will come if you don't fill it up with something but notice in that process is always I mean. It's a is just weird how that has to happen. It's like stop all that. Get a new motivation in a new direction. Use Marines Yup and get your friends say everything starts changing so then you can can function because it in the we're all week and it's hard to break any council wrote in my one of the one of my books. I'd spent twenty eight years under the influence of Satan To be specific the Apostle Paul said controlled taken captive by Satan. I knew it'd take time to untangle all those lives and you can't untangle allies of the devil when you're running with the devils children. I knew better needed to do so. I entered a self imposed sort of holy witness protection program. We'd already moved on the boys from Junkins city. The much I've been running with. They didn't know where I was leaving. I changed a phone. Number are cut off communication with all of the People. I had run with WHO had trained me to follow the one. Stop running around with my so called best buddy and I said ground zero. I'm I'm I'm shutting down so in some ways boys. It was kind of a self induced evil quarantine for quarantine from able. I just got hard to reach all of a sudden it you know. I think we all have different stories. But it's similar situations like with me. I mean I looked at how you are in your former life. I was a little kid and it's all a little doggy. I just came out of it with one Senate. I'm not doing that. And it really wasn't even a spiritual decision. I just said I'm not doing that but when I came to Jesus at fourteen I just kind of tried to not do wrong because in my mind. That was my main motivation. I'M NOT GONNA go down that road but there came a point where I was like. I can't coexist with my friends in that mode in took me a couple of years to realize but I find. We finally got to the point where I was like. I had to go through the same process. Even though I wasn't doing what they were doing it just it just kept escalating the persecution the arguments the. What are you doing here and it just it got to where it was kind of an evil situation so you know fortunately for me. I shared Wa. I wasn't GonNa do it. Which was was Jesus with which then plant the seed for them for years to come to have a place to come back to and most of them. Did you want a lot of? But that's why when we were going around talking about what we were doing. I've always looked at anybody that can understand. Jesus enough to surrender to him. You know to be baptized. They can then facilitate what happened so I don't like it when religions tend to put share in Jesus in a category that we're GonNa do you know once a year. Well let's have an evangelistic rally you know go share. Jesus I just always viewed that. That's the only reason I can think of a why God allows the this whole life to continue is to use us in a way and everybody does different things even us you know for making a living and but that really is your platform for sharing. Jesus I mean whether it's just a conversation at a hospital rain. You're trying to help someone or I've told you I've been to you know functions where everybody was drunk but me but I would find ways to introduce Jesus because even though you're you're you're just laying a foundation there though. The Light Bulb may come on but whenever it does then they can say okay. I gotTa make some wholesale changes. Because I can't keep going things like this and expect good. Thanks take quick break and I've been telling you we have a story to take today's we're.

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"robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

Unashamed with Phil Robertson

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

"For a long time. Let's take one last break while under I ended the five you know. We've referenced this before but we did it more on a financial situation and the whole section shows you that as Jesus loving people and as leaders and I think you know as as men in this context men and women but I mean you know taking care of those who are vulnerable and in this case it's widows and children but he says in verse three says give proper recognition to those widows who are really a knee but widow has children or grandchildren. They should learn first of all to put their religion in practice by caring for their own family so repaying their parents grandparents for this is pleasing to God and he goes on to say the widow who is really a need and left all alone puts her hoping Gaden you know he's he's he's bragging on those people but then he says give these people instructions and inverse eight. It says if anyone does not provide for his relatives especially for his immediate family he has denied the faith and is worse than an unbeliever. And I think even in these moments you know part of Morrow as a and a husband and a father winner crisis happens. I need to rise up and provide some leadership. So that's why I was setting aside my personal animosity and whatever the situation even taking that moment for Karina because I really felt sorry for the girl has on her own made it. They live has had every reason to quit. She's an orphan girl. She's worked into her own country. She's back in our country and she. She does this and she gets a scholarship to an American College. Where she's passing and now we got the corn and the virus also go go online down here at our house and now all of a sudden. I could just sit there is. There's like how did I get in this situation? I'm standing there with a gun. And she's like do what? This was my happy place until today why this is us. The audience might know but basically between Willis House Luke's house your house is just right there and my valid you about your within a hundred yards. Bullets go along well. That's why started with. I'm taking a nap and I hear boom you know and I'm like Oh man claps went down. I ask because I mean you get into the zone. I got grandkids there. Because again we're all quarantine so I live right next door to all my kids. Well I started doing the trajectory map though. Technically those bullets headed in this direction. Probably in my yard. Yeah we know killed all the time they shoot these weapons over in the Middle East and stuff they shoot up in the air and celebration people can kill all the time because it just comes in crack some is you know you're a lot handier interest of socks. I'm like yes you do. We make almost make jokes about it. But we're looking at it. You're saying the reason we're we're not sad and and at all that is because the bullets didn't didn't hit anyone any in these e. Could've you're right there. Kinda Roberson way out is knows it because you hear the way we talk about stuff just to show you. I mean the night it happened so willie was cooking lobster. He's on some kind of anti meat but he can eat fish. I don't know it's a weird thing. But he's orders. Lobsters here that you know main lot of trouble. I'm in order Mesa. I'll pay one. He's got all these cook pots and he stayman lobster. You know. They're eating it about once a week so I was like. I'm in on some of that. Well that was that night he was steaming lobster for while the shooting happens all that stuff. So I wasn't even going to ask somebody. Actually the lobster meal spout. I I figure that got pushed. So will it takes me two hours after. Have you seen Willie lately postponing it on me over long? Well he's in some he offish anyway. So so Willy. Text me said. Do you want me to drop these. When you won't drop these lobsters in in the pot. Of course I was Kinda shocked. You know this is literally three hours. After I was up and I said well hey whenever just you know we're ready just let me know. How long did it take? And he said well his fifteen minutes he said. But I'm Kinda delayed. Thanks to the attempted murder today. He says that in a test well I chuckle out loud and it wasn't really funny but it was just the way we handled. I mean it's just kind of our way to make a joke about some especially when everybody's okay. Why everybody I've seen. It's in their light. Well you don't you don't have been done. I'm like well look I'm not GonNa Change my life because I was attacked or my family was for whatever the reason because everybody thought well. Why did he do I? It doesn't really matter to me but I'm GONNA keep sharing. Jesus we're GONNA live life. We're GONNA jog in the neighborhood and now if you if you get too close and you bring out a weapon. I will defend myself. You know and you better not miss this dude. I I would love to sit down with them and how I love. All it did was made me realize the need for us to share. Jesus more. Let's get to these people before they get into this situation. Whatever it is. I don't know as story but I know one thing you need. Jesus just to show you how preachers days see when you give me five. Ps So here's here's my you'll hear this at some point so I'm calling it the devil drive by 'cause Devil's always look into kill and destroy it so we a plan the plans that Gospel. It changes lives even people that have been led by the Devil. Our Protocol is righteousness in a any and every scenario we always respond with was right right. Our psychology is being led by the spirit of God. See that that way. You're always knowing your own track. In the way you think and develop our pistols are actually defensively the armor of God ofensive. -Ly it's this and it's weapons was averted. His weapons that demolished stronghold this meaning. You picked up your Bible right audience in well. That's right good. Good count ended the pilots here to help and then the last one was practice in. That's daily decisions new mercy's every morning so that appraise well not pretty people bishop shocked that you literally did that off the top of your head right here at. Yeah inside here. That's the that's the way preachers thing with a short prayer absolute father. I have just a simple. Thank you.

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"robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

Unashamed with Phil Robertson

07:08 min | 1 year ago

"robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

"Happy. So this is a good opportunity. Boop DOT com slash. Ville I was going to say I mean look I use aim because at first I thought well maybe you know we're all we're in the corona virus. There's over twenty million people lost their job. You know maybe the guy lost his job cooped up there. I'm sure there was substance abuse involved. That's a gas but it's probably a pretty good when you know but you think though Jay so that's right you people. I think the reason they asked why is because they wanNA thank. There is some rational reason why people do something so irrational they wanna thank thank because it makes other people feel secure what somebody demise but when you understand I think the spiritual makeup of what we're talking about here in you understand that sin once somebody is captivated by simple behavior in the evil one is obviously pushing their lives because mostly just drive by shooting at people there. Anybody is capable of anything. If they're in the wrong frame of mind north even one is in charge of their life so to try to make like you talked about four and a half as a guy get up in a make all these plans to get into a hotel and have a hundred thousand people at a concert in this start killing people. I mean there is no rational understanding other than Santana. I have no answers for them now. I it is exactly because you just throw in substance abuse. You take some of this high or drunk. And they're mad lost their job or whatever and they just even if they're driving by they look over here and West seemingly someone who is successful and they think you know whatever in their state a mind and you do something Stanley and allure of I John Three verse. Four the apostle policy talking about a person who saw thanks be to God though used to be slaves to seeing which leads to death are to obedience Rightness thanks be the guy though you used to be slaved to seeing. There's a lot of them out. I I was used to be one. We all used to be one. You wholeheartedly obeyed the former teaching which you were entrusted. You've been set free from San and now you've become slave rights as you get up and make sure you do right now. Wants us? Put this in human terms because you are weak in your natural sales. What's Heather's reads just as you used to offer the parts of your body in slavery to impurity and to ever increasing wickedness. Why did somebody do this? Why did somebody so now offer them in slavery to righteousness leading the holderness when you were slaves to sin? We're going back a why people do things including drive by shooting. When you were slave to San you were free from the control of righteousness you. Why would you do what you do that? He's a I don't know well. What benefit did you reap at that time when you were slaves him from the things? You're now ashamed of if you could talk to now once. He sobered up and said Dude. Probably Akash few years in the penitentiary. Who Know but but but you can't see so now he would say I I. I don't know what I was thinking. If he was able those result India. Now you have been set. Three from San when a person is converted to Jesus and become slaves to God. The benefits you reap leads to holiness and the result is the turn live then he says this in lieu of I John Three verse four everybody. Who's sands breaks off for? The wages of sin is death but the gift of God is eternal life in crises are so if you get to think about it you say there's two mindsets running around out there and they both varying degrees the real real hard core. I mean CIA molesting gang raping Chop People's heads off but Shetty's inner city gangs you like ban a lab but if you all just look around there's degrees out there but there is a big difference between righteous living and Satanic living another control of the evil. One where you really don't know what is the right now because when you step back and look at it I mean it. Dangerous Place Planet. Earth isn't it's always been that way then racial in just keeps building worse worth the pitcher when John Lake and I were talking about the situation. You Know He. He had the bullet in his wall. He had a picture of the window where it came through. And then this just stuck in the door jamb but he took a picture of himself and it was head high. I mean that's one knows. But what and what I what I the reason I shared that about missy is what changed her opinion about the was. I mean they're little babies the cutest baby in the world. I mean no doubt that is. Here's a here's a guy sitting his house with his wife and his baby their quarantine and a bullet goes through their bedroom window in the middle of the day and lodges in the wall. Hey hasn't even know these people now. This guy didn't even know the people in the house with babies and children. He they name but you would think he said well they're on the quarantine there's probably somebody in there and boom boom boom boom boom here. We go who knows I've ever telling Missy I said 'cause she when they arrested him she's like well what now I said. Well I'll tell you this if I had the opportunity I'll share Jesus with Alda and that is that. Is that be vent? The just happened. That is precisely the the the reason I holler about Jesus and try to convert people. That's Yup that guy personified. Everything I do I do. I'm just trying to get people I've been saying it over and over. Why don't we try to loving God and loving each other in our greatest weapon and it still is because she said well what about all these pistols. We just bought I was like oh well it now. If somebody's hailing gunfire own the house. That's the weapon of choice. In the moment I said but once they're locked he's ready when we were shooting toward the house. It wouldn't have been the time to try to get into a Bible study now when wrong weapon. So you gotTa know which way the hang on a second break so I tell her. Album rely on us like a user still ready to to learn..

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"robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

Unashamed with Phil Robertson

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

"A break so we're Enjoying are black rifle coffee. Love it in our unashamed with Phil Robertson. Coffee mugs staple center of the show. It is in in. You know I know how you're trying and because you've been telling me been sending me pictures of you getting your Your bite rifle coffee package. Some of you joined the coffee club and that's awesome. One of the fun things about doing. This is sometimes run across a product that you really really love a couple of new things. I WANNA share with you today about What they're doing they've got some Some new coffee flavors they say to new. We like Murdered out is our favorite. Because we like it really rich. But here's a couple of try espresso with cream. I don't know about that one. Maybe good and Espresso MOCHA. So if you're into special. Mocha ESPRESSO MOCHA was about. It's gotTa get rank South America. Come over so he's flavor comes with two hundred milligrams of caffeine per can one hundred percent. Colombian coffee great source of protein by the way so a lot of great things to check out. They've got a coffee club That you can join us or we do and so we get our coffee that comes in here we drink it on the podcast. I drink it at home as well. So check these guys out. If you go to black rifle coffee dot com slash Phil. You're GonNa get twenty percents off your first order which is awesome that include the coffee close. Well so it's black rifle coffee dot com slash Ville and checkout Espresso.

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"robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

Unashamed with Phil Robertson

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

"Hey welcome to unashamed podcast with phil robertson along with the how and jase all things robertson kind of gave me are view and take of course on the bible a as well as what we got going on down here on the river from unashamed command center as we call it a today's episode is is really interesting we kind of continue our discussion about the arc 'em we also talk about women's soccer a wish you wouldn't think you'd say only under saying by gas but we did we talk about that today a handsome and some other things to get us going again are blood pumping a we talked about the dinosaurs new earth old earth a as well as our favorite topic which is hunting and now we get to the birthplace seven in this episode so a lot of great stuff i think you'll like it could do let us know what you think about unashamed a policy what about you all right well what a what a it'd be boys doing this last week without any ridge and i went and spoke at a rally for a it's called teen challenge but there were people that were not in their teens in the program and what they do it's kind of like the twelve step program but it's one step in its jesus they put you in house ezeiza people you know trying to overcome drug addiction alcohol abuse most 'em from what i gather had been in prison or just got out and so i think they look look at us and think we tried everything else you know get them up here speaking they told me they had once that jesus is like what cameo made in they had like a walk on yeah you can jog wormers for it was in monroe it will have the foresight park and i was surprised there were there were a few hundred people there but it always strikes me when i go to these things if you wanna try to deter the drug problem you know i wish i had taking my daughter there 'cause i'm like you just start talking these people i mean half the people i've talked to they're still in the shake state you know they're looking around for you know something to put in their body and so you know they they do weekends where they all get together they have you know some some for whatever reason they're musically inclined they get up it's it's basically like a concert you know they they go the part because they need something the david and they're trend get clean no cell phones no labs top of the cell phone no cell phone and then also that yeah yeah they're basically i think it's an eight month program that they're trying to number one get off the drugs over to get on jesus but over three just function in life and get the support from other people trying to do the same thing so i suppose that saturday i i thought it went really well my lesson about a hundred and twenty folks a some homeless people coming here we prepare a meal farm sunday morning you listen every saturday represented come as you are a starter that twentyfive it's about a hundred and twentyfive there yesterday i took d a world war two memorial the crossed that just the case just went before the supreme court and whether they're gonna leave the crowd song the landscape been there ninety years somebody comes along the human society remove the cross it up in just when we see it will be dry by i was pleasantly surprised and very thankful for the latest to additions to the supreme court when they basically said a the.

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"robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

Unashamed with Phil Robertson

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

"Phil Robertson Allen, jase Robertson, as well come into you. Hear from our unashamed command center down here on the river. The river's men up, we've been talking a lot about the flood here recently in our area, floods, bring snakes. And so we're going to tell some snake stories if you like snakes, you may not like what we talk about. We don't necessarily like them, but we can talk a lot about how snakes have interacted with our family through the years, talk about battle, and brothers, of course cannon able from Genesis four, but also some battles that went on in our own house, mostly will in Jay's, and he had that father who judged them and me. And also kind of linked that to our fathers. Well, so a lot of stuff to down the podcast legend tuned in let us know what you think. On a chain? What about you? All right. So Jay's made our coffee today, and it's, it's pretty stout. Said visit to strong failed that is literally perfect. So if it's if it's so strong to us the to just barely drink it as light. Now Dow, you're at your starting point. I mean, I had an event last night in Tyler Texas. Drove. So I got in late and saw just woke up. You know, you just feel like you've been run over by truck. So I'll may I haven't been out very long as well. I got on this wrong. It's a day days, Cosmi's. He's like fifteen minutes. We're supposed to be here to do the podcast. And he's like, are we doing a podcast today? Yeah. We're supposed to be doing about if they minutes. But if you're calling me, it's going to be takes us a little while to get out of while the backstory was Missy come in there and said I thought you were doing podcasts as the west today. So now you know what my life is like to pull this off. Event by the way, this is a key how har- Cup of coffee. What do you call it Russia and tap dad's dad, when on tap dates when you drink some of this ready to do that as a Cup of coffee? I noticed when you combine very strong coffee with the Holy Spirit. Oh, you got to be Jesus energy almost of a supernatural muzzle. We need now. So, so the fate down here dad, I get here today. And the first thing I noticed is for the first time in months, I'm able to drive into your house. I mean, the, the water has finally receded the hazards of living in up on an island, basically, with water all the way around, you, except one little pig tail pig trail through the woods, bend that way as hard as it is to believe almost seven months, how water has come right up to my house, and what's amazing is when you first pulled over this hill road here because I was in the vehicle, and you said, we'll take it because it's surrounded by water. It's in a flood zone is cheap because no rational thinking, human would live here, we got seven acres of land and two houses. Twenty nine grand. That's where we started down here while you fast forward forty years and here were doing here. We're sitting here punt difficulties, so at work bottom line is the hazards of that particular lap style is as follows now Bobo. He's my guard dog and I snuck Wrangler on the side. So the first snake in the last thirty days he's been bitten twice by very poorest on us. Cotton mouth, Marcus sense because you got higher water. You got more snake, more snakes. So you gotta take them out the first one, he, he bathed, the snake, I'm outta picking up may halls and I see him over there. He's looking at me and he said, I got one here that's what he was telling me. I said, I'll be over in a minute. So I got my main halls I went around into boat got out walked over there picked up a weapon and a walked over to where the snake was. I knew we had a snake Baid. We are. And the snake would try to get away, he'd cut him up..

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"robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

Unashamed with Phil Robertson

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

"Unashamed? What about you? Welcome. Everybody to unashamed with Phil Robertson Magadan, how jase Robertson as well. The the Brent the traffic to come into you with our own ashamed. Pike cass. We're excited about it. This is our second bite at the apple last time. We little bit about are kind of what got us to this to this table where we're coming to you from the beautiful wash towel river, which as we speak is getting higher and higher. And it's dead. You say sometimes we live on the river. And sometimes we live in the river. I'm driving through water to come to my abode. I'm driving to backwater. And you wanted that. I wanted that don't away to row this. It's a beautiful thing. You have to learn about floodwaters, you gotta remember the almighty when it rains a lot. It floods. If it doesn't rain at all. It's a drought. So it's a bummer on. Hands. Let you have to be prepared the best she can for both. So therefore, the only thing you can do with backwater on the wash towel river. Is you better be on a higher elevation in your barely there? I'm barely there. You created an island? It's it's close you what we got twelve hundred acres about ten of them are on dry ground. And someone says ten acres are dry and all the rest is flooded of all the land. We owned you said, they say were you? I said I'm on the tanned dry. That's I think what people miss because the water is dangerous. You know, we had hunt in at this year. We had live jackets on the whole tomboy. People miss about a flood of this magnitude because this is probably top five of the last what forty years, let's his Rian row, which is pretty unusual, which is all the critters that they're moving to high ground that when they see your house there. Are like that's a perfect place for me to set up camp. Thanks. We already kill numerous cotton miles and before it's over the water being right at our house. It's pushed all the cotton mouse into my yard and the surrounding areas though, it live. Date festival snakes most of our non-poisonous. No about those. But trust me when I tell you you are watching the ground where you are walking the ground. You're walking on you're looking at the ground. You're not just willy nilly runout and in your yard. Well, let's crazy is the mice. Come. You. Don't realize how many mice they are until floodwater when they go and you have in the snakes thereafter, the mice. And then the ants come in in the middle of all that. And it everybody going to higher ground around here. All the critters were them. It makes it a dangerous place. But you know, it's it's the laugh you chose. I guess for us that there's the laugh we grew up in. Of course, we fish when we were going up commercial fish, and then me and Jason willy. And I guess Jeff is well used to fish the banks. You know, it was just part of our. Well, this water great for spun and fish. I mean, I it you we would really crop of crawfish. Is. Crawfish of this. This all goes in the Taft basin. Those crawfish are always there all the way up this high crawfish by the by the all you just change recipes every day, but keep catching them and eating them. You know, we tried our hand their year to there for me and Jason Priestley school that was on for two weeks. The commercial crawfish. Ing. Oh, we can make money from this week crawfish every day. Yeah. When we started doing that. Oh, man because not the the crawfish would paint. You you use them fish for baits. He get fend. And so then blood poisoning would start then every five traps that would be a snake and every five snakes will be a cotton mouth..

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"robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

Unashamed with Phil Robertson

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

"Unashamed? What about you? Welcome everyone to the inaugural. This is the first the inaugural unashamed podcast with Phil Robertson. We got our Robertson. The famously beardless brother is what I'm known for which is kind of interesting. I'm the only person America that's introduced as beardless. But that's because you guys, and then we got Jay seer who is one of our one of our regulars here on the unashamed podcast as drop in from time to time give him his wisdom to be here. And of course, the the star of our show, Phil Robertson who who you guys if pregnant final blaze TV, this is a new beginning for us. You know, we're coming to you from our command center the unashamed command center, which is just up the road from where we grew up, and we're mom and dad still live, by the way, this the same house. Us that we grew up in as well. So been forty forty years later daughter years, we realize it was the summer of nineteen seventy six we drove down the road right here. Just outside where we're at today dirt road dirt road as you or you were about to turn seven years. You remember now I remember because feel as soon as we taught the he'll he said, we'll take it. I mean, any make it to the house. You just saw the river antastic view here that we have outside the wind. We're kind of up on the hill on the high ground, which these days is a good thing. I was eleven dad. Do you realize you're thirty years old when we first younger than gyp young much younger than Jim. He's he's fixing to be forty. I roots were were simple. It's a bummer that they've now the microbe hunters the microbe hunters of America. They're everywhere. They came up with now. Now. And this is scary. You mentioned you were beardless. I'll they've now proven that man's man's whiskers are are have more macro germs than than than dogs hair. I heard the same thing. So yes, that's that's all of it. And they had a lot of people with beer, they mentioned duck dynasty us during the conversation. Yeah. The you're wearing Jay's contains more microbes that are than high around dogs. But so I just wanna let you know that they showed a picture of the three beers. And one of them was dad's beard was my dad's. Yeah, that's a bummer when that's that's that's what I'm telling you feeling pretty good about it keeps you face warm it protect your face from the sun. Nobody tries to mug you got at a certain age and hair started coming out of your face. What do you do or you was it put their we? We're we're we're creationist we believe God made the Cosmo's and mankind. Women not too much hair. Commoner their face men a lot of higher. Did he put it there to be shaved off? Or did. He. Put it there for protection, whatever the microbe hunters say I'm just saying men, most of them have hair coming out of their face for a reason as great camouflage. Thank of the money that you have saved in your lifetime. And I'm seventy two and whatever microbes are in my beard. Evidently, they're not fatal. So because I'm still here you lay down with the no labrador retriever and same stuff going on there both ways. Oh, yeah. The all I was trying to figure out what you read that. 'cause you don't get on the internet. You don't have a cellphone, Fox News. Okay. All right. And groom to one of the sisters. She's wanna come up with. She wasn't buying it too much. But the dude whether you know. You know? What's his name and Aurora Arroyo? He came here with no facial hair. And he stood on that all these people. I I don't know that much about them. That's what they said. So I don't know beards are good. I guess if you if you like microbes against this. Another reason why I'm beardless I didn't know that. But that's pretty good. So so a lot of people ask us. You know, it's hard to believe that the show has been off air now for two years. Duck dynasty, and that's what kind of put us out there in the in the mainstream. So to speak people who we were which kind of brought the beards out there. So I'll be last. Well, what do you guys.

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