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A Deep Dive Into Klaus Schwab and the WEF With Larry Taunton

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:36 min | 3 d ago

A Deep Dive Into Klaus Schwab and the WEF With Larry Taunton

"Back, I'm talking to Larry Taunton, whom you may find at Larry Alex Taunton dot com, I recommend that you go to Larry Alex Taunton dot com. So let's continue the conversation. You've done a deep dive into Klaus Schwab and the World Economic Forum. Yeah, let me tell you a little bit about how we got or how they got where they are. This all really began with an academic white paper that was circulated in 1970 called the predicament of mankind. Now, as a writer, you like myself would read this and say, this needed a better editor. It's written by somebody of a scientific predisposition who doesn't really have any real skills as a writer. It's full of typos and it's just not it's somewhat repetitive, but it's only 31 pages. And in the predicament of mankind, this group, which is called the club of Rome, the club of Rome, which is oddly located in Zürich, Switzerland is a think tank, thank kato or brookings institute, but these are individuals who said, look, global leaders are too focused on getting reelected in the tyranny of the urgent. And they're not focusing on global problems. And so we suggest in the predicament of mankind in this white paper, we suggest that there be a kind of new think tank that's an action committee. And that this action committee focus on some of the world problems.

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Republicans Discuss How to Move Away From Trump

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:59 min | 4 d ago

Republicans Discuss How to Move Away From Trump

"Welcome back, America two here at David and drucker. I didn't give a damn for the whole state of Michigan either because he is from California, but he was in Las Vegas last week for the first Republican candidate walk. It sort of like a fashion show and all the Republican candidates show up and this time it was the Republican Jewish coalition headed up by our old friend norm Coleman. David good, Thanksgiving week to you. What did you learn in Las Vegas? I tweeted out your article, but you tell us. It was very interesting weekend. I think what struck me the most is that there is a lot of consideration now and very open public consideration of whether or not they want, whether or not Republican activists and donors, but not just donors, but activists, people who knock on doors, all of that stuff. Want Donald Trump to continue to be the titular head of the party. He's obviously the FrontRunner for the 2024 nomination having announced he's a former president. He's got a very strong relationship with the Republican base. But after three consecutive electoral defeats, particularly this last one stinging because of how it unfolded and the opportunities that were there for Republicans, there was just a lot of talk about wanting fresh leadership continue the former president's policies by and large, but somebody fresh. I got that. Not just Rome Republicans who want to take his place, like Mike Pompeo, Mike Pence, Chris Christie, Nikki Haley. I talked to a number of Republicans, not Haley, but a number of the names that I just listed. But also just talking to the activists that were there. And I think people need to keep in mind the Republican Jewish coalition initially skeptical of Trump in the 2016 campaign really warm to him quite immensely because his record in the Middle East and as it relates to Israel and Iran and everything else in that region of the world was stellar from their point of view and very accomplished from their point of view. So it's not like, well, they never really liked them anyway. If you became a fan favorite.

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Brunson, Barrett help Knicks rally to beat 76ers 106-104

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 3 weeks ago

Brunson, Barrett help Knicks rally to beat 76ers 106-104

"After losing a double digit lead in their previous game versus Atlanta the next stage is a huge fourth quarter rally for a one O 6 one O four winner with a 76ers down by ten was 6 57 the play New York weather or 19 5 run taking the lead for good on a three point basket by obey topping the Rome was capped by a basket and free throw by Jalen Brunson who had 23 points for New York We've had a lot of opportunities and all the games we've been up We've been down and we had the fight and what we've come up short and last couple of possessions but we finally did enough to win Tyrese Maxie had a game high 31 for the sixers Michael luongo Philadelphia

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"rome" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

Travel with Rick Steves

08:10 min | 3 weeks ago

"rome" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

"Or on a garbage area. And what's neat about that is there's restaurants and bars and clubs living around it. You can still see the pottery shards. And they were actually really extremely organized when they did it. So this is the river port and they broke up the shards and they put them up in layers with layers of lime in between. So they actually built it up. And then out of the bottom is where they've kind of carved out these restaurants. It's where they have a whole row of discotheque where the younger the young ones like to go in the evening. And so you're going to a disco in the evening, you're dancing in this hill that's made up of these 2000 and the next morning you have the next morning you have a neighborhood produce market which is one of my favorite places in Rome. This neighborhood again is testaccio. You live just beyond testa Jones. I live right next to to statue in a neighborhood called ostian. Can you describe that neighborhood because that would be less touristy than places we've been talking about? This is a great neighborhood because it was at the turn of the century that it became designated the industrial zone of Rome, so it's where the general warehouses were. It's where the first power plant was. It was where the gasometer was. So were they produced natural gas for citizens use. And a lot of these buildings then were closed down or abandoned in the middle of the 20th century, and some of them have now been renovated. So one of the most interesting museums to see there is in a place called the cintra Monte martini, so they've left the industrial part of the old power plant in there, and they've juxtaposed it with all of these amazing statues that come from the capital I museum. So they had this is sort of a spillover of the classic statues of Rome museum in the center of town in an old industrial age energy building and it's the Monte martini Monte martini Monte. It's a beautiful experience, too, because nobody knows about it, and you have it to yourself. And you want to get off the beaten path in Rome. It's a fantastic thing. They have jazz. There are some evenings and we have a lot of the Romans know about it, but nobody else does. It's beautiful. And they have amazing restaurants in that neighborhood. They've converted one huge general warehouse into a place called Porto fluviale, which means river port, because that's where the river port was. And it's got a trattoria, pizzeria. You can go for a petty TiVo, so before dinner drink, you can go for coffee in the morning. I'd sort of every week or so. There are new restaurants opening up in the area. Now, Rome is bursting with new neighborhoods and new restaurants and new activities. Ben Cameron Monte to me is the new trastevere. Can you describe Monte because it's so close, it's just a 5 minute walk from the coliseum. And it's kind of forgotten about as a residential area, just north of the coliseum that's bursting with restaurants and little bars, very walkable, very characteristic and people know about it. It's not undiscovered, but boy, if you want a nice place to eat, it must be 20 good restaurants within a 5 minute walk. And then you see everybody eating on the Main Street, the vehicle, and all these tourist traps and all they have to do is go one street over and find these gems that are kind of narrow cobblestone street feel that thrust everyday has. A lot of interesting shops and vintage shops and they have the flea market there every Saturday and Sunday. That's right outside of the metro stop. This is so fascinating to get up to date on Rome with people who actually live in Rome and know what's going on. In Rome is a work in progress and the eternal city is ever changing. Let's wrap up our little discussion here on ever changing dimensions of Rome with just a favorite moment that you think travelers might want to know about that they're likely not to know about. One of my favorite places is the aqueduct park, which is on metro line a, you just go east of the city. It's a 15 minute ride. 5 minute walk from there, you're walking through a residential area. You can stop at a store, pick up a bottle of wine, some picnic stuff, and it's worth three aqueducts, ancient aqueducts converge, and these beautiful ruins, arches and everything above ground, and this beautiful combination of nature and ruins where the Romans go to barbecue to play soccer. They have concerts. You've never seen any tourists out there. There's a golf course, people jog. Gorgeous Romans love it. Sort of inspirational breathtaking aqueducts loping across the field, reminding us that 2000 years ago Rome was an amazing city. Cecilia, what would you share? If you have a family, there is a district which is now expanding. You know, that Rome is a city where the social life is outside. The squares are very important. And this area that is close to a bridge called Ponte milvio has now several grab and go places where you can have a happy hour, so the place where you get the wine or the happy hour is like a closet. But they all the space outside. So you have 800 people having a drink with the families with their children because this is a presidential area that has developed in the 70s. That's a great place to connect with locals. With families, I would say. And Nino. Okay, if you want to hang out with hipsters, you absolutely have to go to pinato, which is a neighborhood we haven't mentioned yet. It's a little bit off the beaten path, but you can get there easily from ten mini train station on the 19 tram. There's a pedestrian area that's full of bars and restaurants. It's the only place in Rome to meet a hipster. Very nice. Nina? Ben milligram. Thank you. Thanks, Rick. Thanks. Look and shop windows. Look in The Rain. Have fun and maybe some excitement. First wish, one sidewalk cafe coming right up. You'll find links to learn more about our guests in this week's show details. We update what you'll find each week in the radio section of Rick Steves dot com. Guides from Slovenia and Bosnia will take your calls to help you plan a great trip to the countries of the former Yugoslavia. That's in just a bit. Up next, travel writer will hide, describe some gnarly adventures he's been on lately, driving across India up to an isolated monastery in the Himalayas and trying out a bike tour of Rwanda in Africa's Great Lakes region. You can count on a great adventure each week right here on travel with Rick Steves. London based travel writer will hide doesn't seem to stay put for long. Since he last joined us, he's been to rodeos in Louisiana in Las Vegas and gotten lost hiking in Japan. His latest adventures include three bone rattling days surviving an SUV on what passes for a highway from Delhi to the remote spitty valley near India's border with Tibet. And he tried out a mountain bike tour past tea plantations and into a mountain gorilla reserve in the thousand hills region of Rwanda. Well, glad you could make it back to travel with Rick Steves. No problem, Rick, thank you for asking me. Wow, Rwanda and then way up in the north of India going up into the Himalayas. One by bike, one by SUV. Let's talk about Rwanda first. When we think about Rwanda, we think of the genocide back in 1994, what a million people killed in a hundred days, that's right. Everybody I talked to now, Rwanda is a whole different day in Rwanda. It's a very positive time. Give us the context. What's it like in Rwanda today for a visitor? For a visitor, it's very safe. I mean, I haven't been to a place like this for a long while where so many people have asked me beforehand oh, is it safe as it's safe? And I was there for just over a week and I never got any sense of anything other than complete safety when I was there. So I would say, if anyone's worried about going, don't be. There is a legacy of 1994, which I mean, I'm no psychologist, but I mean, I've never been to any place on the planet where people were so reluctant to have their photograph taken, for example, they're all very friendly, but no one wanted to photograph taken and I just wondered if that was a legacy of 94 and what the leftover scars are from that. Certainly people didn't really want to talk about it. And in the capital Kigali, you can go and see the genocide museum, which I would certainly recommend. But as you mentioned, the statistic is approximately a million people killed in a hundred days. So obviously that has left a legacy in terms of visiting, they are definitely putting that behind them. And I can really recommend it as a place to visit. It's a little landlocked country, tiny by African standards just on the northern end of South Africa, isn't it? It's below Uganda to the right of the Democratic Republic of Congo and sort of just inland from Tanzania. And it certainly is very small. I think it's from a European context, a couple of times the size of Wales. I'm not sure what that would be in terms of U.S. states. Getting around, it's got a good road system, but it does take quite a while to get from a to B essentially because, again, you mentioned it. It's nicknamed the land of a thousand hills. Which I only found out about when I

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Herschel Walker Calls Charlie to Share the Latest From Georgia

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:51 min | 3 weeks ago

Herschel Walker Calls Charlie to Share the Latest From Georgia

"Us now is one of the most important Senate races in the country and he is fighting like you wouldn't believe up against massive amounts of money and I believe he is going to win Herschel Walker, Herschel, welcome back to the program. Doing great Herschel, how do things feel on the ground? How do you believe your race is going? Walk us through it. The race is going well. We're having a lot of momentum right now, we're going around to see the Georgia meeting with all the voters and let them know the difference between center and one myself and I think they saw it during the debate, you know, he was at white before with me, but he realized that he meant that Rome, Georgia, that I'm for the people of Georgia. He seemed to be the center of President Biden. And I think he had a rude awakening. So now the people now starting to miss in my message that this is a wolf and sheep COVID. Yeah, in more ways than one. And so I want to ask you about one of his votes. He voted for 87,000 new IRS agents, and you've been talking about that a lot. Explain to me what you're hearing from the voters in Georgia. About inflation about crime and Warnock just seems to be ignoring all those issues. Well, he said, no, because he doesn't have a solution for him. But yet, the reason they voted Joe Biden because I say either am no clue what he's doing, he just having them to tell him what to do to have 87 ARS agents. They got to go out to you. They're not going after that. We're rich. Like they said, everyone ever. People are less than $200,000. So that's what they're going to go out. And I think they continue to lie to the people, which I want the people to know that the people on the left and center of one aren't doing nothing but lying to you, and you see after two years, just what they're doing.

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 Woman testifies Harvey Weinstein rape filled her with guilt

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last month

Woman testifies Harvey Weinstein rape filled her with guilt

"The first of 8 women to testify against Harvey Weinstein and his Los Angeles rape and sexual assault trial has taken the stand She was a motto when actor who lived in Rome and visited Los Angeles for a film festival She says she met Harvey Weinstein briefly one evening and later that night he showed up uninvited at her hotel room door She let him in and she said what happened next put her life in a downward spiral She says Weinstein forced oral sex on her then raped her and the following day she says she began drinking heavily part of the way she is dealt with what she says was the guilt and disgust she felt and all she says because she opened that door on cross examination Weinstein's

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Sebastian Is Joined by Victor Davis Hanson to Discuss Masculinity

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:13 min | Last month

Sebastian Is Joined by Victor Davis Hanson to Discuss Masculinity

"To our special manhood professor Hansen. Thank you for having me. All right, so I can't think of a better guess to have given what you've written about Ancient Rome about the warrior spirit, the two world wars dedicated to your relatives. So seminal to your life who gave theirs in World War II, let's start at the beginning. I just have a handful of questions. The first one is, is masculinity is the concept of manhood in trouble in western civilization today. Yeah, I think it is. I mean, we always hear it now with its adjective toxic toxic masculinity. It's never just masculinity. It's so it's contrary to a lot of special interest groups and it's been manipulated and worked as sort of the driving impulse behind capitalism and western dominance, et cetera, et cetera. So, but remember all of the criticisms of masculinity come from an elite class in the United States and Europe as well. It doesn't come from the masses of any race or particular even gender. So everybody understands that traditionally masculinity was a very positive and necessary element of civilization.

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Is Democracy Now Fascism? Lord Conrad Black Weighs In

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:13 min | Last month

Is Democracy Now Fascism? Lord Conrad Black Weighs In

"On the right win in 2022 in November next month, to me, democracy looks like it's over in America, fascism is here to stay. And if they lose, we get maybe another insurrection, domestic terrorism, a Civil War God forbid. Maddie Hassan MSNBC with a strange definition of fascism if the Republicans win the election, then fascism has arrived. I guess the majority picking who should be in Congress is Marie Hussain's definition of fascism. I know somebody who will have a very different one. Presidential historian former media mogul, financier, judicial reform advocate, and just an all around good friend of the show, lord Conrad black, welcome back to America first. Thanks, Sebastian. I'm delighted to come back and listen to such rubbish. I mean, what that man said. I mean, this is the representative of one of the leading networks. Yes. Democracy is fascism. Now, in fact, fascism as those of you who are listening to are interested are aware was in fact a bunch of street bullies wearing black shirts bearing symbolically the faces as symbol of the authority of the Roman Republic, the Caesars and Julius Caesar anyway. And marching upon Rome and installing an authoritarian government, apart from that Mussolini, he was essentially just one of history's more spectacular scoundrels, though an able man in many ways. I made it up as he went along, but he fell under the spell of Hitler and ended up being shot by communists and hung upside down a gas station. That's fascism. With his girlfriend, hung upside down. And how you equate that to the Republicans winning an election, which happened when Abraham Lincoln and Theodore Roosevelt and Dwight Eisenhower and Ronald Reagan, for example, were elected. How you equate that to the Republicans winning an election. I think that's something of psychiatrists and people who deal with severely deranged people would have to have to survey. But let's

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Mark Levin: The U.S. Isn't Guaranteed to Exist As the U.S.

Mark Levin

01:51 min | Last month

Mark Levin: The U.S. Isn't Guaranteed to Exist As the U.S.

"I want you to listen to what I said on Hannity last night on Fox cut two cut to mister producer go But I want to talk about the selection a little bit too And I want the public to understand that the United States the United States isn't guaranteed to exist as the United States in perpetuity Countries are subject to demise Athens didn't exist you know it fell Rome fell the British Empire exists no longer We are a country that is falling We are a country that is facing demise as the number one superpower on the face of the earth It's not because we voted for this It's not because we want it because this is what the Democrat party wants and is doing This is a man-made grave assault on our liberty on our prosperity and our number one status as a superpower step by step by step in every respect Look at education It used to be first There were no equals Now education is failing horribly The border is wide open That is a an affirmative decision by this administration Massive government redistribution of wealth from the private sector to the phony masterminds in Washington that's an obvious decision by the Democrat party The destruction of energy independence This is an obvious decision by the Democrat party soft on crime big on criminals Obvious decision by the Democrat party everything that's going on in this country isn't by mistake It isn't because a mother nature It is because of the Democrats The Democrats hate this country They don't believe in this country They're embracing more and more aggressive aspects of Marxism

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France: Oscar winners cut off their hair for Iran protesters

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last month

France: Oscar winners cut off their hair for Iran protesters

"Women around the world are cutting locks of their hair in support of protesters in Iran The protests drove over the death of a 22 year old woman in Iran for breaking the country strict dress code cutting hair in Iran as a former protest assembled to stand against the mandatory hijab Among those cutting their hair Oscar winning actress Juliette Binoche For freedom In the halls of the European Parliament Swedish lawmaker abir el salhani cut her hair Until Iran is free our fury will be bigger than the oppressors A museum in Rome is collecting locks of hair to present to the Iranian embassy Made a contribution I can not believe that in 2022 we are still with the women are still struggling for to have their basic freedom and basic rights Some of the Iranian demonstrators have publicly hacked off locks of their hair I'm Ed Donahue

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NHC Director Shuts Down Don Lemon's Conspiracy About Climate Change

Mark Levin

01:32 min | 2 months ago

NHC Director Shuts Down Don Lemon's Conspiracy About Climate Change

"So here we have this situation in Florida and this is what's going on in the view This is what's going on in the view Now Jamie Rome is the is a national hurricane center director I suppose he knows something about hurricanes otherwise how do you get that job And he was on CNN yesterday and he was asked by Don lemon But the hurricane and climate change Cut ten go Listen I'm just trying to get there You said you want to talk about climate change but what effect does climate change have on this phenomenon that is happening now Because it seems these storms are intensifying That's the question I don't think you can link climate change to any one event on the whole on the cumulative climate change may be making storms worse but to link it to any one event I would caution against them So you know he has to sort of dive in to the climate change kings and queens To the narrative But he also says look you can't tie one to the other One event And that's why are you on the view I mean can't ABC News do a better job or ABC network Can't you find 5 women with a collective IQ of over 7 Is it really that hard

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Dr. Kenneth Calvert on Roman History and American Parallels

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:56 min | 2 months ago

Dr. Kenneth Calvert on Roman History and American Parallels

"I've taken a majority of the hillsdale online courses I've not taken the one on Roman history yet. There's just a really great one that is being taught by professor Kenneth Calvert to the great job and people are really raving about it professor history here at hillsdale college, professor. Welcome. How are you? I'm very well, thank you. Great to be with you. Thank you. So I'm meaning to take your course and the reviews are just phenomenal about it. I want to ask you. Specifically, a specifically about Roman history, there's a parallel that is made every so often about the decline of Rome, porous borders, destroyed currency, greedy politicians, some would say sexual perversion and kind of comparing that to America. Do you think those parallels are helpful or appropriate as we kind of try to look to see if a superpower has ever been on the course of what America is on right now? Yeah, I think there are some definite parallels and a lot of it has to do with the fact that we are a free society and particularly in the Roman Republic. I mean, that was a free society as well. And whenever you have a free society, you have the freedom of citizens to be what they will. And as a Christian, of course, I understand that at least part of that is to act out on their fallenness. But there's also positive that can be found in that. Now, the Roman Empire, I think, suffered from a number of things. First of all, it's paganism was very much running against it. The second was the fact that it was magnificently successful. And so they had a huge amount of wealth and a huge amount of luxury. And you put all those things together and you do have a recipe for disaster.

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David and Christen Limbaugh Discuss the Focus of Their New Book

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:11 min | 2 months ago

David and Christen Limbaugh Discuss the Focus of Their New Book

"David Limbaugh, the book is the resurrected Jesus and his co author is his daughter, Kristen Limbaugh. David, Kristen. Welcome to America first. Thank you so much. So let's start with this, you know, who the lord chooses to be his receptacles of his wisdom, his truth here on earth, this book focuses on St. Paul and what 6 or 7 of his key epistles, let's start with why did you choose an individual, a Roman citizen, a Jew who had persecuted Christians as the subject of your latest book David. Because he was Christian Christianity's foremost evangelist. The lace likely person to be such a central figure because he was a persecutor of Christians when they started, but the real reason is because these books and this book in particular is an examination of the 7 epistles, the president pistols that he wrote while he was under house arrest in Rome, four of those, and then the three pastoral epistles, he wrote to his colleagues, his understudies, Timothy and Titus, and we go through those chapter and verse, either stating the verse directly verbatim or paraphrasing it, then adding our insights, adding our own commentary, adding commentary from some of the greatest biblical scholars alive and already passed, and what we've done in this book is to add a new element, and that is prayer. Interspersed throughout the text because Kristen is not to embarrass her a spirit filled prayer warrior. She has a facility for prayer, and I thought when I asked her to do this, in addition to enhancing the text proper that her adding these prayers and then meet interacting with her too. And editing them and adding a few of my own things would make this a combination Bible study and devotional and would allow the readers to interact with scripture and with this book

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Nancy Pelosi Has to Command an Applause for an Applause

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:20 min | 2 months ago

Nancy Pelosi Has to Command an Applause for an Applause

"Here was Nancy Pelosi. May we never forget that insidious, awful act of tearing up president Trump's State of the Union. Right in front of him. Thinking she's funny, thinking she's clever. Thinking she's effective. And here she was yesterday, whipping out her fiddle and strumming the strings or playing the strings as Rome is on fire. Mister president, thank you for unifying and inspiring a vision of a stronger safer future for all for our children. Your extraordinarily leadership has made this glorious day possible. That's an applause line. How embarrassing? What a cringe worthy. What a moment that was. We're unified? Thank you, mister president. Yeah, we're unified all right in your head. Your hair might be unified from that expensive elite hairdresser you go to, ain't nobody unified in this country, lady.

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A Suicide Theme Song by James Taylor for the Biden White House

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:02 min | 2 months ago

A Suicide Theme Song by James Taylor for the Biden White House

"James Taylor, here's a little sound and view if you're watching on the shale of news channel of what this looked like. I see you sunny days I hope you're the real. Now I'm James Taylor fan. I admit it. I've listened to fire and rain all my life. You know what fired rings about? Suicide. There's a good theme song for The White House. Because we are killing ourselves in this country. We are destroying America. You talk about Nero fiddling while Rome burns. Have James Taylor come to The White House and sing a song about suicide. During the inflation, celebration. As Americans are paying a heavy price.

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'The Resurrected Jesus' With David Limbaugh

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:15 min | 2 months ago

'The Resurrected Jesus' With David Limbaugh

"Honored to have with us the author of the new book, the resurrected Jesus David Limbaugh joins us this hour, David. Welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thanks for having me, Charlie. How are you? I'm excellent. Thank you. And I'm really looking forward to talking about this book with you. I have so many questions, but first, what's this new book about? And we'll dive into it and why did you write it? And we'll go from there. Okay, this is my 5th Christian themed book. The last one was Jesus risen, and it covered the book of acts and 6 of the apostle Paul's epistles. This book covers the remaining 7 of his officials. The prison epistles in the pastoral distal. He wrote the prison epistles when he was imprisoned, house arrest in Rome in the pastorals he wrote to his colleagues and fellow evangelists, Timothy and Titus. But the purpose of this book as in the last one is to draw people people closer to the Bible to reach people who are either unsure or skeptics or who are beginning Christians who can profit from someone who is not a theologian or a trained biblical scholar, but someone who experienced skepticism and hopefully can relate to them in a way a pastor of theologian can't.

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Rabbi Jonathan Cahn on the Meaning Behind 'The Return of the Gods'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:47 min | 2 months ago

Rabbi Jonathan Cahn on the Meaning Behind 'The Return of the Gods'

"As promised, our friend rabbi Jonathan Khan is back with us in the studio look he's right here. Welcome. Hey, always great to be here. All right, listen, you and you, it's like you go big. This book, you have a new book out. Just brand new brand new called the return of the gods. So the first question I have to ask you because it's a very provocative title. What is the meaning of this the return of the gods? This brand new book. Yeah, I have to say Eric, this is the most explosive book I've ever written. I think if you read it, you see that. I know because I read it. And I'm going to pretend that I don't remember anything in it. I'll talk less if I shut up. Yeah, this is the opening of a mystery that's behind everything art, the transformation, what is transforming our culture, our children, touching the Supreme Court. Everything going back to the Bible and going back to the ancient tablets of Mesopotamia. And the ultimate, the first thing you asked is we hear about the gods. Could there be something actually real to the gods. The gods are fiction, but mythology, but could there be something? Okay, now to be clear when you're talking about the gods. The gods of ancient Egypt, the gods of ancient Greece and Ancient Rome, if we're talking about Zeus and Aphrodite, we're talking about marduk. We're talking about all of these gods. So you and I, as believers in the Bible, we would say those gods are fiction. And yet, not really. Yeah, yeah. Yeah, there's another realm to it. And the thing is, what if there's something real about them and what if they are at work now entities or principalities, the Bible speaks about it? What if they're at work, they have returned because we've opened the door.

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EXCLUSIVE 9-1-1 Calls From MTG's Swatting

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:12 min | 3 months ago

EXCLUSIVE 9-1-1 Calls From MTG's Swatting

"Gentlemen, we are going to now play it's clippy to the 9-1-1 call that was made in the swatting attempt of Marjorie jelly green. Location of your emergency health emergency call really center transferring an emergency call season there will be a calling in on the line because you information on an emergency call in your area. Colleagues have concern that some of you. What's the location of your emergency? I'm sorry. So I would serve lifeline and I have a chat here. This may be a flatter situation. Who said that they basically came out to their family about being transgender on the ended up shooting family at the home? Okay, thank you. I'm sorry. What's the address? Rome, Georgia. Okay, can you do the bureau of Warner reputation? I'm sorry. Can you repeat the address for verification? Okay, is everything okay? I'm sorry. I couldn't hear me. No, I can always go. Okay. Rome, Georgia. And as you said, somebody possibly shot somebody. That's what their chatter is telling me I work with suicide lifeline. He shot his family members and he's going to see herself as well. And they may possibly be a slaughter. We're not a 100% sure. But he's saying that he wants help for his family. What we heard was someone had called a suicide hotline that suicide hotline was then notifying police just to give the context to everybody that somebody was claiming that family members had been shot. There was an active shooter and it was over this transgender issue.

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The Student Swindle With Steve Bannon

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:07 min | 3 months ago

The Student Swindle With Steve Bannon

"Here's the problem because I think this might actually work with a certain swath of younger voters because the Republicans have no credibility when it comes to reckless spending because they have been signing off and rubber stamping on a $1 billion a week overseas to fight Ukraine oversees the fight with whatever it is 65 billion were pretty sure that the current number is that number is probably going to go up by the end of me speaking this sentence. Steve, why is it that Republicans? Because here's the message, right? Here's the message that they're sending to young voters. We won't give you anything, but we'll give money to people overseas. And let me ask, when zelensky going to pay back that debt, is there a plan to pay that back? Are we going to forgive that too? And I think the voters know which one they're going to go with if those are the two choices. We started with the Ukraine section today over the show with harnwell and Rome, but we went to we put up your tweet. I think said it said, hey, they're buying votes from the millennials with the write off of the transfer of the debt. I think but the Republicans are just giving it to the arms manufacturers and to the corporatists. It's absolutely correct. That's why we don't have enough populist nationalist policy. This is the power of turning point. This is the power of real America's voice as a news platform. We need to get not just Republicans. We need maga Republicans. We need Trump Republicans and we need mega policies. And right now, the increase in credit card debt in this country in the last quarter is $46 billion. That's just one package we sent to Ukraine. And yesterday, Biden announces another he writes transfers the debt to the working class of the elites, and then he announces a $3 billion package where Europe has not made, as you know, Jack, Europe has not made one new commitment to Ukraine since July, not one more commitment. The only person shoveling money in is the United States and the escalatory process in Jack as you know, we pointed the Financial Times a month ago. The arms are all getting washed back and transferred back to the gangs and the criminal element in Western Europe.

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"rome" Discussed on EconTalk

EconTalk

06:27 min | 1 year ago

"rome" Discussed on EconTalk

"Apple ace appalachia's okay. Because it got it got started. So why does this matter. I mean it's lovely it's nice. They were diverse. It's interesting that hbo or the bbc or mad loved. I claudius but when i was younger. I don't know if i could watch it now. It's it's slow by modern standards loved the book too by the way robert graves love. It loved it known. If i read it now said amazingly i enjoyed much then Those people all look like Claudius what's his name. Derrick derek. Jacobi very pale person extremely pale And his fellow actors and actresses were also quite pale. So that's interesting you know. It's nice why is it important. So i think it's important for a few reasons the the one that really prompted me to write the series. Is that often. This misconception of the romans as having been at some point in their past a homogeneous and usually this is left unstated but often very crucial argument homogeneous and white people gets used to perch all sorts of political arguments on you. Most recently perhaps noted Nile ferguson a noted historian but notably not a historian of the ancient world. My colleague at the hoover institution. It's deal by the way carry on. He made an argument that was really abou- migration into contemporary migration into the european union but that a mobilized sort of understanding of the romans sort of the essentials of roman this being lost as the barbarians migrated into rome and you see forms of that argument in less carefully constructed ways. This idea that rome begins as a homogenous. Community expands on the strength of that homogeneous community becomes diverse therefore becomes weak therefore collapses as an argument against would essentially multi-cultural multi-ethnic policies. Right this is an argument in favor of the nation. State and against multiethnic states. But that's simply not historically speaking what happened. Rome was a multiethnic state at its outset We know from archaeology that even in our earliest evidence for rome. We're talking here now. Nine hundred eight hundred bc. The roman republic won't be founded until five. Oh nine sore. Hundreds of years before even the roman republic much less the roman empire that we see that rome is a frontier town. Rome exists at the cultural meeting points of three different major cultural groups the latins to their south who speak one language. It's the language of the romans will speak latin. Then the sabe lines to their east and north. These are hill people. They speak a different osco umbrian language. They're culturally distinct. And then their north thyatira trust skins who perhaps the most different of the bunch they speak trust skin which is unrelated to any living language. It is a non indo european language. Hold over in europe so the atrocities abandoned nutria. We suppose for a very long time indeed longer than the latins have been in leyshon for instance do you trust can have a different religious completely different religious system then most of the rest of italy. They're really different. People and rome comes together at the meeting point of those cultural zones and it isn't quite any of them. The romans don't regard themselves as latins Though they know that they're latins among them they don't regard themselves seibu though they know that there are seibu and settled in rome They certainly don't regard themselves as a trust skins. Though again they adopt a lot of trust can culture there clearly. A trust in the early roman community. It seems that a number of rome's early kings were skin. And so rome begins as this frankly melting pot society perched inbetween these cultural zones. That only increased as as roma expands. We tend to think of italy. Particularly i think americans tend to think of italy is. The italians are a single group of people. I mean one. You won't hear that if you ask any italians asam northern italians what they think of sicilians And whether they think that they're the same they have the same culture You know You'll get different stories But this was even more true in the roman world in many ways the modern italian identity that holds the country together is a creation of the roman empire. It doesn't exist before it and so when the romans are expanding through italy they're dealing with galls trust skins greeks latin sabe lines Sam nights and and dozens of smaller people's There are more than a dozen different languages spoken in pre roman italy. Three different religious systems and the romans aren't pushing these other people out that would defeat the purpose. The romans are and i do want us and are always cynical. Opportunists and so and with the romans are interested in is developing military power and so obviously if you conquer a group of people their manpower their resources. You want to harness that for your military. So with the romans. Do they expand through italy as they follow it. I jokingly call the goku model of imperialism. I beat you therefore we are friends. I'm probably dating myself with that reference but the romans tend to they defeated community. And it's congratulations. We beat you We're gonna take some of your land. We're gonna take a lot of your stuff. That process of conquest very unpleasant. You're now an ally of rome when we go to war you go to war with us. We have all the same friends all the same enemies. Rome sets your foreign policy. Your soldiers now serving an army but that means you get loot when we win.

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"rome" Discussed on Historically Thinking

Historically Thinking

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"rome" Discussed on Historically Thinking

"There is a kind of guess. You would say like a fifteen year itch. There's a lot of empress who don't make it for very long because they're not capable or they don't ever secure power then there's a group that make it but only naked into like their fifteen year or thereabouts. And then there's another burst of kind of assassinations right around that period where people basically got tired of the person and they get antsy and they realize maybe they're never going to the emperor this first sticks around and so there's a whole nother batch of people who get killed right around the fifteen year period and then once you get past that window. You're there for people are they're just willing to be stuck with you. Have a few emperors who go thirty four sierras but domitian dies in the beginning of the sixteenth year. That he's in power. It's three days after he celebrates the beginning of that year. And when you look at his career what you see this is a figure who was basically playing the long game who was young when you took power and was rebuilding rome in a way that was sustainable but making decisions that in the short term didn't look particularly good but had long term benefits and this greatly frustrated certain people some examples of kea giving example. Because my my vague center domitian was like proto secret police creep elements of that too. I mean he also as you get to your fiftieth year. You're sick of some of the behavior people. But i mean as frontier policy in its financial policy to go examples of this so his frontier policy along the northern frontier was not to conquer more territory beyond the ryan danube river instead what he did was he. He diminished the power anybody along those frontiers to threaten rome and then he built a sequence of alliances and got permission to traverse other people's territory so that he could defend rome against these people if these people got rowdy but he had no interest in taking that territory because he didn't feel it was in the best interest of rome to expand so instead what he did was he created a frontier system to opponents in the senate into later historians writing about this. This is seen as cowardice. Rome had the power to conquer these people. Why didn't they do it But we're domitian understood. Was it was better to build a system that had all in these parts that checked one another than to take responsibility for managing all this craziness on the other side of the frontier pay for the infrastructure would take the conquer it in his financial policy. Something similar where you had from the reign of nero on a curative of gradual depreciation of the silver currency and decreasing the size of the gold currency..

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"rome" Discussed on Historically Thinking

Historically Thinking

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"rome" Discussed on Historically Thinking

"Hello edward gibbon tells us that it was in the ruins of the temple of jupiter while listening to sing the barefooted friars they first began to meditate on a history of of the decline and fall of the city of rome. He was far from the first english visit to rome to be deeply profoundly moved by the ruins of the ancient empire an early medieval english visitor and the eight or nine th century wrote a poem describing works of giants decaying nor was given. The first speak of the decline of wrong is edward. Watts makes abundantly clear in his new book. The eternal decline and fall of rome the history of a dangerous idea. No one was ever more preoccupied by the decline of rome. Then the romans themselves edward j watts is professor. And caveat of vesey they the is endowed share and byzantine greek history the university of california san diego the author of numerous books. He was last on the podcast in episode ninety three three years ago discussing his book. Mortal republic ed watts. Welcome back to historically thinking. Thanks for having me. I'm really excited to be and to talk about this ranging topic so it is a ranging topic. I told you we emailed you last night. How a friend of mine who does first century languages syriac. Whatever he does he was like. So how long has this book. I was like he was kind of he says. Wow it's really hard to write a book that short about such a big topic because you go across fifteen hundred years of history. I more or less and you do it ends with great economy. I appreciate that. No we start a second at the beginning of the second century bc and we end now so the story of i'm thinking for ten fifty three but you went you. It's twenty two hundred years. Yeah yeah is the story is is so compelling because at the very beginning of roman literature with a very first text we have that's written by romanov that we have intact in entirety is a play in which a comic playwright is making fun of the idea of roman decline and by any objective measure in the second century bc. Rome is not declining its territories increasing. Its population is increasing. Economy's growing and yet that story is there from the very beginning so let me with us. Let me summarize your argument. You can correct me. It is that the a preoccupation with the decline of rome is it is e central preoccupation of roman intellectual life. End a weapon that is used in its politics. think that's perfectly. That's perfect summation of what we see. The decline of rome is that this is a concept that can exist in relation to a reality but most of the time it doesn't or a lot of the time doesn't There are real decline in rome. I mean of course the empire is not there anymore. So the empire did fall did decline There was a point..

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"rome" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

GamesMyMomFound

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"rome" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

"I didn't have that much problem with them. Ashley have problems with the twins. So i guess it kinda evens okay. Twins are terrible from you. This guy i would just move around. I meet at work. I also came with a really good weapon to start to find a second. Take some damage but again he has three health bars. And that's one issue game that everyone has too many health bars for law again. I know why but it just give them to help bars at most like there's no need fills like a beat him up. Yeah they want my quarters and then you you kill sectors. I guess and then he tells you what's going on or something. This is when you this is then you end up on a bunch of like flaming ships or something shortly after this. This part was cool. L. the god of war level. When all your you're fighting. Tony's is fleet of ships. I don't know who the hell where the hell ships come from. who he. They never say he's working with it. Must be another country. That's trying to overtake her. How i took it. I was thinking egypt because egypt was another powerhouse of at this time in history so each it would make sense and the girls look very and they're wearing egyptian type clothing. They don't look gypsy because they're whiten. He jobs not white put their their clothing makes them look japan or japanese egyptian. I like the the soldiers have that black armor looks kinda ceramic. That's a kind of egyptian e. I go that. That's what i'm assuming because there aren't a whole i mean there aren't a huge amount of powerhouses in this time of history. That would be. That would be there fighting. Italy a few because england. They're all barbarians at this point. They're strong fighters but they're not. They're staying in their area there in. What's what's now england and stuff like that. They're not to be attacking italy way too much. Sometimes you don't have any other greater power in europe. At this time. I if i remember correctly other than rome because rome controls everything i mean you did have the i think it might have been the. There's the persians persia but it doesn't look like a persian fleet but it doesn't matter but yeah i i wish they would've told me who the who these armies are other than just his army. Maybe they were going from persia this. I would have made the dagger time. Then they could one you fight persian game good well known ever i was like my brain liwa too long good way too long. I played that series. I enjoyed the flaming shifts. I enjoyed all this. And then you finally as you jump from ship to ship. I just avoid enemies after awhile. You finally get your final fight with antonius which i like but yes so many health. He has five health bars. Most any bosses had this game He has the final boss. So i'll give them that he's just a long fight of just hitting them and then saving a lot of that and he's a giant sword that doesn't really break and he just keep lease. There are like a towels before he does the dash attack he goes about. I'm gonna get you and then he dashes at you or something..

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"rome" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

GamesMyMomFound

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"rome" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

"Got some bad combos and these rains for a little guy can jumpy lunches at you. I mean it was cool. How many games would you say you fight african elephant but not many and you get you get a salvo for throwing a weapon in an animal and it's called fetch this crash. I do get that. Sometimes they got real creative with are solid and this is when you then come to the last arena which is the great arena. I think it is which is supposed to be essentially the big calcium in rome. Man this is. This is the difficult you like the first one. This is what you're talking about. You fight to tigers and then you have an elephant and then vultures and then two more tigers onto after he did the elephants. This one doesn't have any armed but it takes a brick in meeting to take all this elephant wrong it. I mean cheat. It's i didn't really care as much what i'm like. My god. this was just gone. Yeah this is definitely one where i was having to. I would say his abuse and save states. Like i would say that i would try to make progress before saved again but the tigers would get your new can be fighting them in the suit by volker and they stunned lock you and all the stunned lock is real in this game at least stunned the enemies to true. But you're only one person whether all attacking you and you're getting hit from every which way like multiple times. I was just stuck between two enemies and died. You ever get grabbed by a tiger. Eat your leg. That was terrible. I didn't i never thought logged thought like reload because he took a lotta damage it was. It's rough will be part of like why it's so bad the great arena. Because they're trying to kill you completely. There's no longer funding game for them. This is they need to get rid of you. As far as as far as i know they they succeeded multiple times. But i guess they don't know that doma they are watching. the game. did a decent job. I felt of actually trying to switch up the arenas battles i mean they. They did feel pretty different. Other than i hated the team battle. And having to break the flags most of sell pre different and there are two boss fights. Octavus said before he dies one. Hit like there's one boss fight you literally just hit four ropes and dodge. Aero's another flight light. These two big fat bandits on fire and they jump into water the only time he can pick up a torch which is another group was weapons. But it doesn't really do any got useless it's just kinda like knocks him back just a little bit. My thought was cool to give a give him some boss fights. I mean they're real simple. You can do a whole lot but about school. I like that real the road bridge and it drops the breads and hits the the astute. Archers are standing on the pet smart. Yeah you don't know what the hell is going on my husband. There was a dog running back and forth. Okay so as you go through the greater arena. It does a couple of the last one the last rounds like we're talking about before you the one. I really enjoyed when the last ones we had to like..

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"rome" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

GamesMyMomFound

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"rome" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

"And i'd just like to because then you fight a boss which should giant barbarian who ends up playing apart a little bit later. Which i i liked that throwing. I knew it was going to happen because you spare his life and he's like kill me. Kill me on her nineties. He's leaves them like. Oh that's gonna come back them. Yeah again this is. Why bought rice as i played and i went and bought rice on a room for both of us because this is what rice on rome is like. You'll see some point. I'm sure i. I liked the way how the story jumps back and forth a lot. I thought that was very cool. How you have the little flashback and then you saw me even before you go back to the calcium you have a few parts of kinda show. What led him going the calcium. You have the part where he ends up where he meets with octavius. Because i heard that his mother is a mother was in prison. He heard that his father was. Was you know being framed for them or being accused of the murder and then he goes to go see grandpa and they go to prison to go talk follower which i thought was interesting. Yeah they They front-load the game with like three or four. The activitists stealth parts many. It's quite a few feels like they wanna get you accustomed to before the switch back over to don't forget the next time they come around. I liked octavius styles. Parts though a lot it's not metal gear by any but no it's nowhere near as good but there is something about them that i enjoyed. I think it was just me as a character that he he is automatic. Things all he does he just run and if you can think about him as he can't be seen or the alert the guard one. Hit your dead and you have no way to really defend yourself for the most part other than running and train haydn. That works out real. Well sometimes the guards have the hilarious lens like. Do you have any idea what you just did stupid. I love it. I will capcom. Voice acting kept onto well known for their great voice acting In time like anything about activities you get you get costumes but if you you can go get different people you can knock out a guard take out take his armor but you have to hold on l. one otherwise you'll cause issues. Did you start running after you immediately. Or if they see you carrying a toll on that the hard way unlike hitman man. But you can't actually attack like agent forty seven. No god. you're you're you have the sneak up behind the garden..

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"rome" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

GamesMyMomFound

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"rome" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

"Absolute a hundred and thirty two of game. My mom found. I mike and who is not entertained with me tonight. Bone himself michael hughes And that's it for this one so actually before we get too far. I should say we have a patriot. So if you want to support the show and if you wanna vote in. Our monthly poll go over to patriots. Lincoln the show to our patriot and district. Little's at all you can vote in our upcoming poll this month patriot post for animated movie. We are batman. Massive phantasm tnt forever. Two dozen three turtles crossover. We'll be green lantern first flight in the hulk verse moving so you get to choose what we're going to cover next month so go vote for a little dollar. You can throw your vote in patron okay and mike what you trust to talk about. We're talk and finally talking about two thousand five shadow of rome for the. Ps two was this on on the on the season before. No yeah. I think i originally had on and then we took it off because i was a little long. I've been wanting to talk about this game with anyone for years back when i used to watch game informer's replay religiously as leg five is ever on that show. This is the game that i would picked his. I think it'd be fun to talk about. Because it's pretty nuts. Made by capcom yeah executive producers in. I can talk i always i. I remember back in the day hearing about him. I never got around the plane. And i never bought it for some reason. I remember picking it up. I remember holding this case and be like I should pick this up. I never did for some reason because it probably was more expensive. I wanted to pay for. I never actually owned it either. This is one that a friend head that i happen to play over his house and he ended up selling his to to get a ps four three at some point and he just gave me this game..

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"rome" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

The Agostinho Zinga Show

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"rome" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

"When the end up your missiles that ended up cracking a time when yes she get proper vintage shoes which is bizarre. Have choudary kind of looks like his crack can be actually isn't but i was thinking about twos is that can we. Crown virgil may be the best sneaker designer all time oh collaborates especially with nike if he somehow managed to make people queue up for joel in twos if d sell out at this become a thing and they end up fetching a high retail price. He might have to go down as maybe one of the greatest modern day sneaky collaborates is in the world like he might have to. It might be hyperbole to say this but if you can get people to care about jordan twos like he might be the he might be the world's greatest like you know over he might leap over people like you know Undefeated patter hiroshi fujiwara What else clo- in. I mean people have designed some classic shoes future like he might have to jump up orders dude. If he's able to give you put to care about because the model itself is god badger by light the callaway especially this one. The black with kind of royal is also a kind of e one as well. That's been featured on here but as a white would read so of it. Looks banging his war but if people care about these he deserves an award. He deserves a trophy of some sort base. Let's see the texas following says set to be accompanied by the way we now have an unfit look at the way nike to low black and blue But this is a custom model. Deputy chief features a black and white liver asset by blue and mullins mcdonnell signature. Actually snow tinker filled. Okay cool digital detailing comes in the form of expos color and tongues helvetica medial sitex. Zip tie shoelaces mark. Lacing printed in souls a the oh yeah printed in so's and so unison replicated look of crumbling sows and associated venture sneakers..

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"rome" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"rome" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Offensively as the gays thirty seven physically us what he's capable of doing and i saw during the national anthem smiling like now. I'm living my last goosebumps thinking that was enjoying. We saw the everything every minutes of the of the of the tournament that he was going. An old again was being. That's absolutely fantastic within italian. Del piero talked about it a lot. During this tournament there was no superstars. The superstars really were. If you can call defenders superstars but the to centrebacks the most Decorated obviously winning everything with everything and being you know this this pair bringing killing back out of international retirement and all that but it wasn't appear lower del piero or not or these ill until they did it with a bunch of guys a tournament. Those who haven't seen sarah much. We'll look and look and go. He's gonna well barilla's well now. I want you to see before the forgot. It's about it's gary southeast choices where i take the example that i knew the best in one thousand nine hundred where you have the tricky and airy and reese the during the first game is called to i think the second or third games. Yeah you don't play the final. Because the jackie out a priority of the game so and again i love darn installing and he very well rain standing for the final. I'll come you can draw. Because he was running too fast plans to listen anything. It goes deep. What you need against the team you play against you. I think ford and we talked about nothing. He couldn't play some others. Let's say mont and grece because grace.

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"rome" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"rome" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Blessing in disguise that now gareth southgate will be hopefully replaced by someone more progressive. He's not going anywhere just he signed a new contract gold. Yeah but i think. It's very similar to day sean. To appoint yet patricia won the work. But but southgate has a semi final and final for england after the final autonomous. Well right and these kept him. Get sean one. The he obviously had a little bit more. What if if he's ready to change something in his mind because we've all seen a side that has a one hundred year history of being very defensive. Yeah change that. Yeah become attractive style and there's no reason why this english side with the players. They have the young players coming through. They can't mimic that. Casey has built a very good. Pr vehicle and he's he's harmless a fantastic relationship with with with money and players and the media is what very well. What better way from the media but a nicole light of day. What the players the gore the the analysis i think has to be. Honest is the pragmatism with an approach. Going to hold england back from the. Yeah that that brings us the next question. Essentially it seems to me machine was able to utilize every ounce of talent. He had his disposal to make italy champions. I don't feel southgate. Even used quarter of the talent and his disposal. If this continues the case then england will do another belgium with southgate. Waste this talent. Well that's a very good point because there's every chance That could happen. It was unfortunate for. Belgium will embarrassed them at the euro's under chris coleman Deservedly soul the belgium. Fa realized that almost is death as a coach with this talent and martinez commend as a as a reknown courtship attacking football blah blah blah. But unfortunately for him this world cup came around with a lot of guys. Were actually in the wrong age or play well at golf. And he he he joe glee that can affect the i wanna see but whatever. Let's have a problem. Kaley go down too much. That's my problem. You can kill any frank go down. As one of the best defenders of this generation opinion he was mountain match today without in italy. Would've lost you have to recognize.

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"rome" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"rome" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Get like All teams in different hotels. Right so i guess some some teams will have to share some hotel okay. I'll be going to lift the german and english together and put an ka cha eglin completel- the game's at wembley mean this. This tournament was wholly unfair for team funds. Right nonsense from uefa particularly in these conditions is the same for spain and italy. We played the first three games home or denmark as well done on russia that you look at ten to travel back home then. They were on the road. Yes that's true then. Going on the road walkable swimmer. St john's holiday travel limited by trying. Linden wins the cool for them just got. Football was good lies in nineteen year old taking the last penalty for england. When where is the height mass gym member. Me from wrong raheem sterling was still in the field at times. In this tournament raheem sterling has been. I was a smallish. I'd been free kick. And i'm laying hegel but you watch right so have you deem hens other than hurricane or some details of those then you some good enough to take a set-piece right. Apparently kick butt vitamin experienced player for my country. I'm not comfortable in my own skin setting bach and watching these yes. It's taken some penalties shoe. Take huge responsibility. Yeah i you can talk about really wanted to take. Sometimes you step forward and say you know push people say and say let's not be another occasion late. I'm the experienced guy i'm taking. That's what he should be should have done. But i think also. I think you can put your foot down and said nope when you the coach and say i'm sorry sucked you don't should because you know. In case he misses it was going to be the yeah. I think we're stepping out. Wow you know you let k. And think it's a really you know talking about grievous talking about sterling talking about guys that have a big presence. That are happy to voice their opinion on every matter across the sun which is brilliant. You have that but then step up when you need it and we don't know we you know obviously in the in the press conference Gareth said this was my decision. But where did that decision come from. Did it come because in the week before none of those players stepped up in practice in training and said i'm your guy or did they and he overrule the johnstone's israel. Joe johnson is as an elegant football very very good passer of the ball. Very good striker of the ball. Clean striker of the ball experienced player in shoes panel. Set off yet. She stepped up. Harry maguire step. Yeah i'll look please. I hate of now teenagers. You'll on blown became our enemy me. You have nice janis. Because i i heard chris friskin from congratulating softballs. You wait until they started. One question on commission hausa failing camp. No why did you make a nineteen year old not final penalty. And you've got to be hot. But that's maybe why was he. Has i as you know that is going to be Abuse police players. Yes from idiots and morons but it's coming their way you can only you can only applaud. These people for stepping up. Fresh knob abused them. You don't come home. That ability oppo non. I applaud these young chose in the stomach. Stevie missed a penalty in the european cup. Didn't even as a teenager shortage blessing in disguise that now gareth southgate will be hopefully replaced by someone more progressive. He's not going anywhere just he signed a new contract gold. Yeah but i think. It's very similar to day sean. To.

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"rome" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"rome" Discussed on ESPN FC

"We as we gotta add it up after the spin of the teams in this competition. The us kickoff back campaign against haiti small tonight. Doug seriously the aforementioned to the hanes a hesitation on america's you describe this as a c- could you still get in this. Us team couldn't casey probably atlanta goalkeeper finishing these days. But i certainly could not listen. We've already seen curacao. Bow out of the competition they had. They had an exposure of kobe and a bunch of tests. They couldn't really complete a full squad so they're out what the myla zinn will hate hate. He just had five positive cova tests. Come up we stood on a situation there. Last i heard they will continue with the match but it just seems like there's one after the other in this competition. Yes i mentioned. This is a c squad. Because the players the question the western. Mckinney's gio rina's tyler adams etc etc. They're trying to win a position for themselves in their club. Teams in preseason and those players are the fringe players that are still not there that are also trying to do the same thing in europe so now nineteen of the twenty three major league soccer twelve of them have never played a single minute with the us. Men's national team gregg berhalter knows exactly what this tournament is. Good for nothing. This is why we oh yes. Come on after my mom. Thank you very much. Just remind they will be breaking down at us. Game on the next edition of america's that drops tomorrow on espn plus get more action from wembley. Now shall we. Stuart robson with kennedy cates. Thanks dan we've got the most excited englishman at wembley looks to it. Italy worthy win is not just of the match but if this competition yet the group stage play some grateful. I thought they were good win. Organiz side defensively. They won the quickly and those guys. They let a couple of games australia. They struggled in the second half and through extra time And against spain spain dominated the play by pressing the bull hot the field and stuff in italy. Getting the ball. And that's where in my view gonna southgate go to own today by allowing italy-type so much possession and.

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"rome" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"rome" Discussed on ESPN FC

"The first thing they were taking he's going to be the next door bothered who messy. We have many more than one hundred things. He's barking booth another. Because i think about joe january when the chimps in the euro so it's messy on thirty five times or something ridiculous could just see. This is always these. I was very neutral in that game at that we together again. Which was the worst final ever that ever seen yet. The company was terrible terrible. You were wearing the brazilian sure of it. You know but whatever. And i saw that game and the only thing that i was happy for is the winner of for missy because that's the end of the story all the thing that people can say that he doesn't really want to win for this country whatever it could be. That's the only satisfaction of the night and causes qatar next year. Yes so i mean. He's not he's not done yet. Not now then england. You say they're fun. Penalties convention we hooked these gomez show to join the discussion regarding messy. Just somebody who loves soccer. You just got to be happy for him. Yeah yeah you have to be happy for messy in what he's been able to accomplish. Fifth time's the charm. Right four finals and go medica gun. It's always something. It's eat wayne twice as himself missing a penalty. It's just one after the other and it's that final weight lifted off his shoulders. The ability to achieve something that bellini nor diego model have been able to do which is winning international.

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"rome" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"rome" Discussed on ESPN FC

"The might not on the field. That's holy in ho negative. In fact i had to make the changes along with kyle walker on a corner kick for actually. That's how desperate wants to get on the field. That's a big no-no right. But what insane as he made those changes for penalties only. He didn't make a change before about to bring on a sancho to win the game. Yeah he's frightened frightened but back to the reason why you you're talking about mcguire just having to play the ball long and the other day we were talking about. Look in phillips. Do a great job of that defensive role but they're not the guy you're playing the ball into under pressure to turn and then play the ball forward right. So italy presses him up. They're already in a defensive posture. They don't feel confident playing the ball into midfield to turn your your speed guys. Were a little too far back. So you didn't have an outlet for them down the channels. He's got stuck in your own half and then it was a long clearance and then who you cleared that up to. Yeah kia lenient panucci. Yeah they're terrible in the air right. There are a couple of guys. Can't bring that ball down and and play out. And they just got trapped in in what craig sane is just this level of negativity instead of just saying you know what we can put some physicality on the pitch. We can put some fast guys. We can scare. What is the one thing killing in baluchi. Don't want a fast player running at them with space yet. But in order to do that you have to be able and two of the the power to the guts for mesa of having big choices to make so when you have a personal grayish footmen and mount we can turn create something for somebody like cain you have to understand of course raam stelling degrade but is he. So do you have to do you have to put rhyme selling all the time know. That's hard to say not today. Put you. Because i'm sorry i knew the defendant. I'm going to face. And then he's people who can create can give the ball behind. The defense can can be a big nightmare. Too too skinny. Have you done five defenders. You could play sterling and somebody else shoot this either aura kind of mentality. Maybe soccer comes on and that stay on. this show. Wouldn't agree agrees. Greyish come onto greg brady leading to legs nine thousand nine minute. Greeley's comes on an extra time next seventy-one yes saka camman camman in the game. And then the other two come on to the last kick of the alaska a bowl at home at wembley right i mean come on and then southgate's already said to the press. I take responsibility. I picked the people in the penalty. I blame none of these guys. Were missing a penalty but we assayed when saka come on who's been good for the occasion high. It wasn't his best game affecting them. He was struggling. Wanted them to take a penalty. The two of the guys hundley cake yet wants them to take a panel. I'm not sure if either of them actually touch the ball while rosser know but the thing the thing is we all know and we saw the game against spain where italy was in trouble because of the pressure that the open inmate spin this suffer. The do know how to to handle it. And you score goal after two minutes and you defend you exactly go where they want you to go and do defend and you don't make substitution to make it better to make to make it more offensive. You do sacrifice either writer phillips to keep on going and give the pressure you just wait and you think well it's going to be enough. Between the coach is croatia world cup semifinal. Getting up played in the middle of the sochi. The not make any changes of any consequence today get played debt. Make any changes of consequence. Where even though he was wondering where. Rebecca mancini that you know. I'm big on this. Ufo by the very fact structure this turn them around europe and alexander safran the current president of you said it's been a nonsense never happen again. Yeah almost later on a plate for england. I don't saying say not because you know. I'm saying that because it's factually correct. Six seven games at wembley one game on the road against cannon fodder which was ukraine the easy to the draw which does not england's fall the decision that went sterling's way a nowhere. Wembley at home and yet these supporters still see this negative performance from this team. That has a lot of talent. Yeah a lot of talent. And i thank you much more. Experienced coach would have a lot more. Yes yes defensively good and all that will give it up but you need a little bit more. Which eddie hod by the way to win this tournament. let's welcome into. The show is waiting very patiently in the rain outside. Wembley just want to pick up on the point. That craig was making about the negativity developed throughout the game. How much did that then. Transfer to the crowds in the stands down. I think that's exactly what's going to be talked about for weeks and weeks. Probably to come in terms of the crowd itself actually thought that they were quite brilliant. I mean even outside there were still thousands hundreds or even thousands that were just parked outside of wembley trying to probably find a moment to try bomb rushed the gates and getting again because the desperation was high because the hopes were so high for england tonight but i thought the crowd is actually quite good. They were constantly willing england on and kind of charing for them and singing the song as you heard. Unfortunately they kept booing italy every time. They touched the ball as well by think. Craig really hit the nail on the head. because obviously i've been covering england since the first day of this tournament. And you just kept feeling like with a talent. And and all the fabulous attacking prowess that england squad does have that eventually. Gareth southgate was going to let them free. We saw a little bit of which i guess against ukraine but some people would say look. It was ukraine. And then you thought that this was. This was the perfect stage. The final this is against italy. That may you invite you to want to probably bring your game to another level that you haven't touched before and again it was just too negative to pragmatic and to to like to england. I would say to england of the past. Which is you know what they've worked so hard and trying to get away from. And i think it's almost like ten steps forward and then eleven backwards now with exactly what happened today. But i suppose if you know we know that the headlines are going to come and the headlines are not going to be nice for england at all. I know they're going to be very brousseau to the players as well and to gareth southgate and of course everybody should be open to criticism but if you look at the glass half full i think that england got through a couple of jinxi's in the likes of finally beating germany again at wembley finally guessing through the semi final of a major tournament and making it to the final. This team is still super super young. They've done a lot of work over the last five years. You know if you look at the youth teams as well. They've won two world cups and euro at the youth level and twenty two members of those use. Squads are parts of this twenty six man squad that gareth southgate has they. Did it with the likes of you. Know trent alexander. Arnold jesse lingered who had a great run in the primarily goes. Well they still didn't call on the likes of james ward. Prowse that so. Many people thought was snubbed. Patrick bamford who was scoring pretty much with his eyes closed at least united. 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"rome" Discussed on BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast

BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"rome" Discussed on BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast

"Be as people lever skeptic podcast the podcast retu- idiots debate weird phenomenon. I'm chris. I'm the believer i'm cody. I'm the skeptic and if this is your first time listen to us where in lgbtq paranormal comedy. Podcast and members of the pod dot network. This is so intro. It's get longer and it's going to be like two years from now. It's going to be the whole mini-summit we'll just be the intro. And then we'll be like can never i can't remember all of that and i don't write it down the that's good though it's good so we are bringing you a mini sewed so in your new. Who are you know because we have four listeners. Every month we will bring you a paranormal topic every other week. And we have a full episode with great stories. And then we'll get into our believer skeptic portion and the interim week we want to give birth is bigger because i just watched my running shoes and my onions yum yum. It's actually funny. That i didn't have any of that context for setup and all. I was looking chris. And he's just sitting there sniffing so are meeting in the interim week and we wanted to do something so we have one story each teases the upcoming topic. So it's kind of a game since you can guess our topic chris gagging i just hang the only time he gags. You would never know sir. So we're okay. this one is going to be. Your story is going to be real hard. From what i understand together talk. You ever heard it okay. Well that'll be. The hint is my story is is is way easier is more related to the topic for related to the top. It is it is. And i know that you said something so. I'm curious to hear okay. You have to go. I now because i've got to hear what's going on with your story because if if i have to apologize and be like. Oh yeah chris's actually a really good hint and it was. It will do so. It's a great story so well. I haven't used by trustee website in a few minnesota so here is a story from your story. Your ghost stories dot com. Of course the story comes from twenty eighteen from a poster in italy. He's a person who post not a Back to the future poster. That's i. I thought i was like wait. A poster told the story post and posted got from italy. Okay he says. I had taken my first trip to europe in the summer of twenty seventeen. It was fun. But i always felt on edge. There's so much history to the places i went. I was a little dizzy with all the first place. We went to his rome italy. It's a trip that still haunts me. We had arrived the night before and my mother and her friend wished to go see the vatican that day. My brother cousin were as equally as excited as mothers. But i was not a new. There's a lot of death and violence and relics in a place. Like that. and i didn't want something to follow me back likely normally do. Oh gosh. the vatican was grand and wonderful. I wasn't bothered too much with the ghosts and spirits walking around so it was fairly busy day and most were distracted by other visitors. Okay so this person is has claims to be exploited. okay now. is this supposed to be a true story. It is a true story. Okay and make myself known to them and i had a rather pleasant day. It was right when we finally got back to our area. Be right outside the vatican wall and we will hit the hey early. My cousin and aunt slept in one room while my mother little brother is slept in another room. Since this was a new country my mom had closed and locked our bedroom door before we bunkered bunkered down for the night that should be hung on. Bunker is it makes sense to says. I don't remember falling asleep. But i had woken in the dead of night to go. Use the bathroom right outside the bedroom door. I sat up. Brewing is than look to the bedroom door was slightly ajar. Find strange until he saw what was crawling on the wall. Next to close shit. An oily inky black male figure with deformed arms and legs like a spider christ slowly on the wall towards my mother. Okay you said male figure another mouth. No mail was likely this hot. Mom's kind of reminds me of the The guy on conjuring to go. That's exactly what. Last night i do believe. It wanted my mother at first and she likes to brag about how she can see spirits and she. She's always opening herself to these kinds of things. It had another set of extra arms and its own was down facing the wall shit. I knew i wasn't dreaming and it wasn't sleep paralysis since i was sitting up anyway. It kept moving towards my mother. Until i let out a squeak of fear. That's when it looked at me. Oh it had no face but it did have is. They still scare me to this day. I don't know how to describe. The is but once it looked at me. It felt like i was burning shed. I immediately laid back down with a blanket over my face having a panic attack wait. That's how they responded. I would to have upon a panic attack. Ivan scream and try to get rid of it or wake someone up to help you but just to hide. Oh but that's what you would do. Okay what would you do. I would scream and white people live so it wasn't suffering alone having a panic attack. It's of hard to do both at the status. That is true that is true. All was quiet in the room except for my erratic breathing. It felt like an hour went by. So he's just hiding. Anything could be right there. Yeah east but then the mattress dip lex marketing at the foot of my bed. Oh god i felt the thing crawl up towards until i could make out the black figure from beyond my blanket in the moonlight. I couldn't take it anymore and let out a scream from my mother to wake up lights pushing myself to sit up. The lights went on and the finger was nowhere to be seen crying. I told my mom about it. Who noticed the bedroom door was wide open this time. Oh shit. I stated my aunt's room for the rest of the trip sandwiched between my aunt and cousin in one bed. Since i was too scared to sleep in that room again sometimes at night. I'll think about it. I didn't know what it wanted for my family or why it was there but i'm still very sure that it had it. If i hadn't screamed out that something bad would have happened. Has ebony uncounted entity like this before. I tried researching. But i haven't found anything. Oh that's a good question. Then if anyone has a has ever heard of something like this it's kind of like a not a shadow man but a shadow biter straddles by. That's the worst thing ever shadow spider. I guess i give it your sleep paralysis. This person would also be kind of paralyzed in fear. I just wanna cook at home crooked man. There you go from conjuring to which that's right fucking scary who So i mean not to totally derailed. But i watched the new watch that's boring. It was my favorite one of all. I fell asleep i loved. It is my savior. Why because honestly it's so funny. I watched the second one. I and part to as much better walk crooked. The crooked part two was so cheesy to me. That's my least favorite was to well. We have differing contrary because part through boring boring it was so boring but you know it wasn't boring in the heights because i've seen it a retirement and i will watch it another twenty times while i'm will but also not boring. Was your story that you just know shit told you that was great. I mean not related to our topic at all. It is your favorite part of it was is that he had to clarify. What country roma's in goes. and then. We went to rome italy while he's not from while he is from. Italy apparently bought some other. People not know her rome is they. May there's also from texas so yeah he could have been in. There's a lot of rooms. I was like paris texas. I mean young probably rome multiple countries. I thought it was. We went to italy. And then we went to rome italy while he could not gone to is actually gonna check. If there is a row marazion. I would doubt it. Ariza era rome up all right so chris is looking up. I am going to be talking about saint catherine.

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"rome" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"rome" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Rome ABC News. I'm Brian Clark. Another Corona virus vaccine is on the road. That extracts pulling out of a McKesson facility and Mississippi on board boxes of modern ish just authorized vaccine. ABC is Geo Benitez. Is there still this morning? Some states are concerned over allocation of the vaccine, general Purna of Operation Warp speed, taking full responsibility. I want to make sure that we are 100% committed. To fair and equitable distribution to everybody in the United States of America, Purchasing the country is on track to shipping 20 million doses by the end of the month. And when it comes to vaccinating a wide wide swath of the American population, Admiral Bridger Wa, the assistant health and human services secretary, tells ABC is this week. We're very confident that by June, anyone in America who wants to have a vaccine will have that opportunity to have a vaccine. More relief could be on the way for some of the financial impact of the pandemic. Congress could vote today on a $900 billion relief package that would include payments of about $600 to many Americans. President Trump on Twitter suggested Americans should get more direct payments. He also on Saturday suggested that China may be behind the cyber attack that's targeting government agencies and corporate America. ABC is chief Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas has more. Here's how the Senate Intelligence Committee acting chairman, Marco Rubio, a Republican, described the situation, he said, and I quote It's increasingly clear that the Russian intelligence service conducted the gravest cybersecurity intrusion in our history. Russians are denying involvement. Democrats and Republicans are calling the situation beyond disturbing. Austria has joined Italy, Belgium and the Netherlands in blocking incoming flights from the U. K there temporarily suspended as British scientists have discovered a strain of covert 19 in the country that appears to spread more easily. You're listening to ABC news. Okay.

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