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Toronto beats Boston 7-2; Red Sox win streak ends at 7 games

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 d ago

Toronto beats Boston 7-2; Red Sox win streak ends at 7 games

"George Springer and Vladimir Guerrero junior had third inning home runs as sir Ronald took care of Boston 7 two at Rogers center Springer's 14th at Guerrero junior's 18th of the campaign was followed by Matt Chapman's two run shot in the 5th off Red Sox starter caught her siebel Obviously first to have bats didn't necessarily go the way I wanted them to but you know I think I made the adjustment there that third up at Kevin goldsman with 7 shutter anything striking out ten as Boston sees it 7 game winning streak come to an end John Luther Toronto

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Ukrainian army to leave battered city to avoid encirclement

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 5 d ago

Ukrainian army to leave battered city to avoid encirclement

"A senior east Ukraine official says after weeks of ferocious fighting forces will retreat from a besieged city in the country's east The city of Sevilla Donetsk the administrative center of the Luhansk region has faced relentless Russian bombardment Ukrainian troops fighting the Russians in house to house battles before retreating to a huge chemical factory on the city's edge in recent days Russian forces have made gains around the city and the neighboring city of leisa chunks in a bid to encircle Ukrainian forces now governor sir hi hi says fighters have been given the orders to leave severe the next to prevent that I'm Charles De

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Actor Nick Searcy Joins Dinesh to Talk About His Latest Film

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:59 min | 6 d ago

Actor Nick Searcy Joins Dinesh to Talk About His Latest Film

"Guys, I'm happy to welcome back to the podcast award winning actor and producer Nick sir C you know him for his role in best picture winner, the shape of water. He's been in the Oscar nominated Moneyball and castaway and fried green tomatoes and runaway jury. He's also the course played the costarring role on the hit TV series, the FX series called justified, and he teamed up with filmmaker Chris burgard to make a terrific film about January 6th called capital punishment. We're gonna talk about that. Hey Nick, welcome to the podcast. Thanks for coming on. You are just telling me that you have your in a film that daily wire has just released. It's a western tell us about that one. Yeah, it's a western called terror on the Prairie, and I play the title role. I'm the terror. And that's kind of why I still look like Gabby Hayes a little bit. It's a real real throwback western and just a terrific experience, a great people with Gina Carano and Dallas Sonya and the daily wire people. It was great to make a movie with the where for once I wasn't outnumbered being a conservative on the set. And I know you're saying that the kind of old style western that we thought was extinct that Hollywood won't go near anymore. It's been revived in a kind of a new form. Tell us a little bit about how does this compare to the classic westerns with Gregory Peck and Clint Eastwood and so on. Well, it's really more of a throwback to the peckinpah westerns of the 70s. It's a little bit more like wild bunch than it is like the searchers because it's pretty bloody. There's quite a few crimes, let's say, in the movie and it's unflinching. And so I would say it's probably an R rated for violence type of

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Election Worker Shaye Moss on Impact of Being Targeted by Trump

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:19 min | 6 d ago

Election Worker Shaye Moss on Impact of Being Targeted by Trump

"Listening to shame us, bob. I mean, having all of us having just been through two and a half years pretty much of COVID lockdown. It's almost like they've been sentenced to lifetimes of COVID lockdown. It was heartbreaking to listen to her. Like, what a lot of us went through and walked down and gained 60 pounds. I don't feel safe going anywhere. I don't can't go out, but you know, that's what, I mean, do we have that her talking about, oh, but first of all, speaking of, give me 12, just speaking of racist threats, this one, oh my God. Yes, a lot of threats. Wishing death upon me, telling me that, you know, I'll be in jail with my mother and same things like be glad it's 2020 and not 1920. Where a lot of these threats and vile comments racist in nature. A lot of them were racist, a lot of them were just hateful, yes, sir. Right? I mean, just heartbreaking, the whole just talking about that she's afraid to go anywhere. So the supermarket with her mother is afraid to have her, you know, and how about her mother, ruby saying I don't wear the t-shirts anymore. I'm afraid to say my name anywhere. I mean, it's just this last one, shame off. Miss moss, how is this experience of being targeted by the former president and his allies affected your life? This tart my life. Upside down. I no longer give out my business card. I don't transfer calls. Don't want anyone knowing my name. I don't want to go anywhere with my mom 'cause she might yell my name out over the grocery hour or something. I don't go to the grocery store at all. I haven't been anywhere at all. I've gained about 60 pounds. I just don't do nothing anymore. I don't want to go anywhere. I second guess everything that I do is affect my life in a major way. Every way, all because of lies for me doing my job. I mean, bob, it does remind me of being sentenced to COVID lockdown for life, but with the extra threat of someone might also shoot you if you leave the

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Caller: Black People Deserve Reparations for Going Through Slavery

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:11 min | Last week

Caller: Black People Deserve Reparations for Going Through Slavery

"Go ahead, sir. You think reparations would help heal the land? I don't think it would help, but I think black deserved a reparations. But for going through slavery. You went through slavery? My ancestors did. Right. So what did that do to you? What did it do to me? Right. What impact did that have on you? And started the growth of many others that asked us was slaves. Okay. How much would you like, Kenyatta? It doesn't matter what I like, but you said that we don't deserve reparations because everybody's going to pay taxes. Whether everybody have to pay taxes, not doesn't matter. Well, no, no, no, it's not I didn't say we don't have to pay taxes. We'd all have to pay you and I'm just asking you what would, I don't mean what you'd like, what you think would be a fair amount that you would receive. I can't really put a dollar amount on it, but they definitely deserve reparations. And I think to say that they don't deserve it, that's insensitive. What do you think? What do you think? I'm sorry, I'm sorry. I didn't mean to interrupt. You go ahead, Kenyatta. I think if it was if it was Hispanic that was slaves, they would want their reparations and all these other races will want their reparations. So why shouldn't we get our reparations?

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FBI Can't Tell Sen. Cruz if FBI Knew About Jan. 6 Informants or Not

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:23 min | Last week

FBI Can't Tell Sen. Cruz if FBI Knew About Jan. 6 Informants or Not

"I want you to hear senator Ted Cruz getting right to the crux of this with a senior FBI official named Jill Sanborn on Capitol Hill this week. I want to turn to the FBI. How many FBI agents or confidential informants actively participated in the events of January 6th? Sir, I'm sure you can appreciate that I can't go into the specifics of sources and methods. Did any FBI agents or confidential informants actively participate in the events of January 6th? Yes. Sir, I can't, I can't answer that. Did any FBI agents are confidential informants commit crimes of violence on January 6th? I can't answer that, sir. Did any FBI agents or FBI informants actively encourage and incite crimes of violence on January 6th? I can't answer that. Miss sad burn. Who is raps? I'm aware of the individual, sir. I don't have the specific background to him. How does that not blow your mind? I'm serious. If you're sitting there saying, oh, Trump incited violence.

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Michael Youssef's Encouraging Message in New Book 'Never Give Up'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:36 min | 2 weeks ago

Michael Youssef's Encouraging Message in New Book 'Never Give Up'

"Pastor Michael, yousef, you may know him as the head pastor of church of the apostles in Atlanta or is the head of leading the way ministries, he has a brand new book out called never give up, and here he is, my friend Michael yousef welcome. Thank you so much, Eric. What a delight to be with you. Well, you always cheer me up. And I think it's going to take years before I get it out of my head the time that you allowed me to preach in your church and you greeted me with saying, would you like a Red Bull, sir? I thought your voice, this accent, you just make it sound so authoritative. Not as the scribes, because I've been offered a lot of Red Bulls. Your book, the book that you've written is called never give up, holding fast to biblical truth in times of danger and despair. There is no question, Michael, that we are dealing with very, very strange times. And I think anyone who doesn't think we're going through crazy insane, unbiblical times, isn't paying attention. It's important that we acknowledge the madness around us. We know that God is the only answer. And we need voices like yours to remind us of this. So what do you say generally speaking in the book, never give up? Well, I am speaking primarily to church folks to very similar to what you think and how you view the church in Germany that caved in. We have so many churches in America and you're not sure that platform at NRB. So many churches in America instead of standing up and saying thus says the lord, this is wrong. They have embraced socialism. They have embraced that evil teaching that says that the world is made into two kinds of people oppresses and oppressed. And I was born in Africa, so I can speak with liberty and with freedom. And I speak without any hesitation that we in the puppets. And we always talk to the culture. We speak to the culture. But here's the problem. The church, when the church fails, the culture fails. It's a horse and a buggy, which comes first. The horse has to be there. And as goes the poop, it's so goes the pew, and as goes the pew, so goes the culture.

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Sebastian Welcomes The Daily Wire's Michael Knowles to the Show

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:54 min | 2 weeks ago

Sebastian Welcomes The Daily Wire's Michael Knowles to the Show

"He is one of the daily wires superstar. He is the author of a fabulous book called speechless. Michael Knowles, welcome back to America first. Excellent to be with you, sir. Thanks for having me. Well, it is delight. Your book has now just been released in paperback, which is a very, very good sign. We have so much to discuss, in addition to your colleague, Matt Walsh is a new movie, what is a woman, which I'll get to see as soon as somebody at the daily wire sends me a screener. We've been a little derelict on the screeners, but I have to tell you, especially because I do not get any cut of the subscription business. I really think they should just release this movie for free. If I got a cut, it would be different, but since they should be well, we know what the daily wise about. We know Jeremy boring just sucks in talent from around the planet and then builds this subscription empire. This empire. But you are one of the originals. For those who aren't familiar with his work, shame on you, but let's have a little introduction here at the beginning. Who is Michael Knowles and how did you get to do what you do today? I may be the only guy in the history of podcasting and show business who got his own show for not writing a book. It was very kind of you to plug my book speech less controlling words controlling minds. That book took a very long time to write because it had words in it. My first foray into the national political media was with a book called reasons to vote for Democrats, a comprehensive guide, 260 blank pages, endorsed by our favorite president Donald Trump endorsed by a number of other people as being really, really thorough. And that book, which was just a joke that I put out there. Did become a number one bestseller. New York Times didn't want to acknowledge that one either. And then somehow for not writing a book, I ended up getting my own show out of it. And I think, by the way, my book is proven more and more correct every single

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Matthew McConaughey: The Responsibility of Owning an AR-15

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:49 min | 2 weeks ago

Matthew McConaughey: The Responsibility of Owning an AR-15

"After Matthew McConaughey appeared at The White House, he went on Brett bears show last night on Fox News. And the way the media reported this, he makes the common sense talking point about raising the age to buy an assault style rifle from 18 to 21. Here's what he said. And you know Texas gun owners. You talk to them all the time. All the time. And what do they say to you? Well, here's the thing, Rhett. I've been talking to so many that are gun owners. That own AR-15s. That are responsible gun owners. And I hear so many I'm saying. Yeah, Paul's after purchase. I like that idea. Hey, 18 to 21. For that, AR-15 style, rifle. Yeah. Because you know what the difference is in the argument would be, well, at 18, you go in the military. Well, you're going to the military with an intention and purpose. All right, and even going to the military, it's like over a week of training before they ever put in a live round into that. Seeing the automatic. That's with intention and purpose. We're talking about it here in the civil society to be able to go purchase that kind of weapon. And then that afternoon do what you will with it. I think we could be more responsible than that, yes, sir. I do. And of course, again, the way the media reported that. That was a common sense answer to those of us who disagree. That you need to strip constitutional rights away from 1920 20

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A highlight from Who Loves Who First?

Live Behind The Veil

11:55 min | 3 weeks ago

A highlight from Who Loves Who First?

"Welcome to live behind the veil and atmosphere where men and women of God speak his word to this age and bring his kingdom to this earth. Do you have ears to hear and eyes to see what God is doing in this hour? Let us join our host and the family's conversation as the Holy Spirit is unfolding. There were behind the veil. God so loved the world. That he gave his only begotten son. I'm Ron your host, and today we bring back to our awareness. That it was our heavenly father who loved us first. And then did something about it. I have a niece, who was adopted from China, and she spent the first ten years ten months of her life in a crib with 7 other kids. Actually, she wouldn't even be allowed to sit up. She was attached to the crib. It took my sister about four years to get her to accept people. It wasn't a mental thing. It was an emotional thing. Where when she went through something, she would just close off, she wouldn't cry. Even as a, as a baby, she wouldn't cry, she just closed up. And when there were too many people around her, she would close up. What happened is, every time she went into this kind of thing, my sister was told, just to put her on her lap on her lap and hug her, really tightly, until she started relating again, and talked to her. That's how she got her out of it, and now she's a normal person. But it was very, very hard. I think what sandy was talking about is very important to realize what was happening to her. Would this be your niece, sandy? Yes, my niece. Because what she was being denied of was communication. Right. And not only was she being denied communication, she was being denied the communication that she needed. You take a little baby like that, they don't know what they need. Their needs are so simple. That they will accept, pretty much whatever you give them. If you give them love, they'll accept it, and they'll return it. If you feed them, they have that need to be fed, but they really don't understand it. They just know if I cry, somebody will come and feed me, or they'll change me. That simple needs that they have, are brought about by communication. And those simple needs need to be conveyed with love. For that child to learn love, because they don't know what love is. And love starts out being oh boy, I feel much better now. I'm not wet. Oh, wow. This pain that I have here in my body, it disappeared from that wonderful stuff. That they gave me. And pretty soon, the child begins to formulate in their mind what love is. Love is something that makes me feel good. Love is something I can return. They can smile, whether it's gas or not believe what you want. The fact that they see you walk up to the crib, or you talk to them or something, they do the best they can to return, and they wiggle and do all kinds of stuff, and they're trying to return the love to you. Pretty soon, a relationship is formed. Right. And that relationship is very precious to a little child. The only one they got. His mom or dad, or the one who comes and feeds them. The one who changes them, the one who comes and gives them attention. I love sandy's story of the success. The success of just loving and finding ways to love the child. You know, another thing that's really cool is she and my sister, she's 24 years old now, and she and my sister have a really, really good relationship. It was established back then. When my sister just held her. What kind of a relationship do they have? As a mother daughter relationship, but it's also a friend relationship. Is it a love relationship? Oh, yes, very much. That's what I was looking for. Okay. I mean, you can be mother and daughter, father and son. Yeah. You can be friends, but there's one step further. Your sister chose to love that little girl. Sister's heart is so big that she was easily imparted to that little girl. Had a little baby knew what she wanted. She wanted to be loved. That's the way our walk with God is. That's a way. That's why God overlooks all the crap we throw up. You know? Yeah. Isn't that the truth? Can we count on his love? Yeah. That's true. It's really good. You know, you get into actual scripture and kind of a description of what John three 16 is really talking about here in the fact that God so loved us. That he did something about it. Your sister, sandy, could have neglected that child. And God could have neglected us. You know, and just let us go by our wayside. Right. But he loved us so much, that he provided a way for us to be connected with him. You know, it was him giving his son, his only son. To die for us, may sound like something you've heard a 100,000 times, which is really true, it really is the heart of the father and how much he loves us. What I love also is James talks about you can not love without loving from the father. The love that you expressed that your sister had towards your niece is exactly that love of the lord. Your niece has a relationship with your sister. You can't ask for anything else. If you look at galatians 5, it talks about the two sides of things. How the works of the flesh, and then the gifts of the spirit. Well, if you read through those, every one of those the good and bad of it is somebody has to do something in order to make those function. Spirit of the spirit is kindness. You just can't hang on to it. You have to give it to somebody. You have to be kind. Or if you're going to be jealous, you're jealous because of something or some one. You can't just sit here and go, I'm going to be jealous today. That's true. You have to have an expression to somebody else. Right. God did it for us. So it behooves us to do the same for someone else. I really love the examples. The example that you have with your sister because it's a reality and it's something that somebody else can relate to. You know, there are atrocities going on in other parts of the world. Where babies are not treated well, you know, we lose a real revelation of the love that the lord has for these children, for all of us. I mean, I don't care if you're a 102 years old or still a child in God's sight. Yeah. And I lose the revelation of the love that he has for each and every individual. So much soul that his son suffered so that we could have access to loving him. Right. Right. There's one thing that sandy was talking about that were all very much aware of and a lot of times people don't want to think about it. And that's who loved to first. And in sandy's case, her sister showed that little girl love first. That's right. You mentioned sandy, the very unique relationship they have now on how strong it is. Mother daughter. They are all bet you best of Friends. Yes, sir. That's because your sister took the initiative to love first. And believe it or not, sports fans, that's what happened to us. God loved us first. I don't think there's anybody that can say, oh yeah, I woke up one morning. I was 6 years old, and I said, you know, God, I really love you. Well, he loved you a long time before you were 6 years old. Yep. He loved us at the foundation of the earth. When we were created. How much time has passed? Till we begin to realize that relationship. And I think that happens when we realize and accept, adoption, the sons. That is part of what your niece experienced from her mother. And little child doesn't know she's adopted, or he's adopted. They just know this person loves me. And as we acknowledge that, we're starting to return to our father what he wants. He wants to be loved because he loved us. Right. And that's called worship. That's how the foundation of our worship is saying God. I receive your love and I give it back to you. Well, today we've seen that our heavenly father was our example on how to love. Let's return his love to him and follow his example by putting into action our love for one another. Experiencing the impartation of God's word through his family is life. As this time in his presence blessed you, then please subscribe to our podcast at live behind the veil dot com. If you would like to contact the family with questions or topics that you would like to discuss, you can email them to living epistles at live behind the veil dot com. Stay connected, tuned in and grow with the family as the lord unveils his word to us live. Behind the video.

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Mo Brooks: There Should Be Further Investigation About 2020 Election

The Dan Bongino Show

01:51 min | 3 weeks ago

Mo Brooks: There Should Be Further Investigation About 2020 Election

"I watched your appearance on Fox with Sandra Smith And I thought you articulated a pretty strong case that at a minimum representative Brooks there was some definitely some shenanigans in 2020 We had of course in Pennsylvania the acceptance of ballots after election day which is in violation of how elections are supposed to be conducted We also had the 2000 mules movie with the geo tracking and yet Sandra Smith said that had been debunked but that hasn't been debunked sir At all the 2000 mules movie had a lot of strong evidence that ballot harvesting was used and could have corrupted the results I was with dinesh d'souza yesterday and we did one of those I guess they're called podcasts And it's not enough evidence on its surface by itself to prove a criminal offense to the standard approved which is beyond a reasonable doubt to a moral certainty but it is plenty of evidence that should trigger a lot of serious investigations by district attorneys across the United States of America and attorney generals across the United States of America In order to determine whether with a proper criminal investigation you're able to go forward with a grand jury indictment or arrest warrants and then present that evidence to a jury for a final resolution Dosta sees that he did a very good job as someone who's in the media someone who's a producer of these kind of documentaries raising enough questions that I would hope that prosecutorial agencies around the United States would get that ball and run with it We'll see whether it goes any further than it has Right now there seems to be some hesitancy on the part of criminal investigative agencies to do their job

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Brian Birdwell Describes His 9/11 Experience at the Pentagon

The Dan Bongino Show

01:16 min | Last month

Brian Birdwell Describes His 9/11 Experience at the Pentagon

"In a few minutes we have together If you could tell us your story on 9 11 at The Pentagon we would be an honor to hear it Yes sir Yes sir By the lord's grace I'm joining you now 20 years later Having been at The Pentagon and being the only survivor in the E ring at the crash site My listeners remember that portion of The Pentagon that crumbles the E ring where my desk was located was four windows to the left of where it shears off cleanly when the building crumbles The window I'm in fact behind is just to the right where the debris field remains somewhat hinged on the right hand side The first window to the right of the second floor on 5 to 7 yards behind that window because when I went out to the men's restroom because I stepped out into the earring hallway walked through what would be the collapse point that impact point that would eventually crumble I walked through that section of the E ring went to the men's gentleman's room to the at the intersection of the fourth quarter in the E ring took care of business came out 7 or 8 steps and I'm not I'm just a few steps from turning right back into that portion that would crumble returning back to my office on the other side of the impact point

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Brian Birdwell: Every Veteran's Scar Is the Price of Our Freedom

The Dan Bongino Show

01:16 min | Last month

Brian Birdwell: Every Veteran's Scar Is the Price of Our Freedom

"I think we need to hear the horrors of it You know I know it sounds macabre but we do I mean I don't think we should ever turn away and the details of your story you know they matter I mean you were in really really bad shape I mean these murderous savages this had a real I mean you were you were banged up bad Yes sir I think you're right that it's not that we gratuitously share the gruesome details Right right But it's a measure of the price of freedom Because every headstone at Arlington and every national cemetery and military cemetery every vessel that's sitting at the bottom of either the Atlantic Pacific or somewhere else whether it was World War II World War I that's every scar that I wear both physically and emotionally and that every other veteran where that is the price of our national and earthly freedom The same way that the scars that the lord bears on his body will be a reminder of his and our eternal freedom That's why it's so important to remember that capacity for suffering that we've endured as a nation and as individual citizens serving that vision

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COVID Lockdowns Would Have Been FAR WORSE Without 2nd Amendment

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:01 min | Last month

COVID Lockdowns Would Have Been FAR WORSE Without 2nd Amendment

"Than what you saw the last couple of years with COVID of how important it is? That people are able to defend themselves against a potentially tyrannical government. COVID lockdowns would have been far worse if it wasn't for the Second Amendment. We would have been closer to New Zealand or Australia because if only one side has the guns, they get to call all the shots. James Madison, we have a picture of James Madison here. In our studio. The father of the United States Constitution said quote always remember that an armed and trained militia is the firmest bulwark of republics that without standing armies, their liberty can never be in danger. Nor with large ones safe. Now what is a militia? You see militia gets misrepresented by the media saying, oh, that's a trained force and only people in the military. Nope, George Mason, who inspired the Second Amendment said, I ask, sir, what is the militia? Quote, it is the whole people to disarm the people is the best and most effectual way to enslave them. The founding fathers were clear that if you disarm a people, you enslave them. The purpose of the Second Amendment is to be able to protect all the other amendments. The purpose of the Second Amendment protects your right to privacy, the Fourth Amendment protects your right to sell against self incrimination, the Fifth Amendment protects your right to due process 6 7th Eighth Amendment. Protects your right, the speech and to assembly. A free people must have leverage against tyrants. One of the reasons why America has a tradition of the many ruling the few, not the few ruling the many. It's because we've been armed. And for some people, they just don't like hearing this. It's an uncomfortable truth while it's what it is.

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President Donald J. Trump Returns to America First!

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:07 min | Last month

President Donald J. Trump Returns to America First!

"And I served with great pleasure, the man who is now on the line, the 45th president of the United States and God willing, the 47th president Trump, welcome to America first. And you did a great job. I have to say that. You did a great job at everybody respected you. And you were a strong voice. So that's why I do your show. Well, thank you kindly, and we're going to keep you on through the breaks. We're going to blast through the Blake skies. Don't go anywhere the president will be with us for the rest of the show. President, let's start with I really don't know how to react. You know I'm with newsmax now. I used to be with Fox. I had great respect for the Fox business hosts like varney. But I don't understand this interview he did with you recently where he said most of your supporters want to forget 2020 they want to move on. Well, president Trump, I was there. I watched you in the front row at Mar-a-Lago. I don't know how you did it. You sat there for 90 minutes for the premiere of the national Seuss's 2000 mules. You saw the evidence, sir, of an election stolen from you and 74 million voters at least. There is no way we can go forward unless we fix the problems of 2016. Do you agree? Well, first of all, let me just say about sir, I really like Stewart a lot. I was a little surprised because I really believe that if I said G under the circumstances because we've seen such corruption. I mean, the 2000 meals is incredible, but that's just one form of many. Now that's definitive and determinative because there's so many more votes than you need to win. But there are many other things they did also. It was a very corrupt election. I think that if I said that gee whiz, this was corrupt and all that. But we have to go for it. I think our base would be very upset about it if you want to know the truth. They would be very upset. And I don't think that people Stewart would be one of them. And Stuart's very good. But I don't think people realize that I could say other ones that we like Friends of ours. I don't think anyone knows how powerful this is.

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Beto O'Rourke Crashes Gov. Abbott's Press Conference on Uvalde Tragedy

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:47 min | Last month

Beto O'Rourke Crashes Gov. Abbott's Press Conference on Uvalde Tragedy

"So yesterday in uvalde, Texas, the governor Greg Abbott, along with the lieutenant governor Dan Patrick, the mayor of uvalde, other elected officials, law enforcement officials attempted to hold a press conference. Beto o'rourke, this clown who wants to be Texas next governor, decided to make an ass of himself and stood up and interrupted the press conference by screaming accusations at the ivaldi and state government leaders. This is a little bit of what the pandemonium and chaos sounded and looked like. You can watch along if you're watching us today on the Salem news channel. Excuse me. Excuse me. Excuse me. Let's just sit down. You're out of line and an embarrassment. Sit down. And you are doing nothing. No, we're off. We need to get his ass out of here. This didn't have place to talk to the show. This is totally predictable when you are out of line. Sir, you are out of line. I'm sure you are out of line. Please leave us auditorium. I can't believe you're a sick son of a bitch. It would come to a deal like this to make a political issue here. We don't ordinarily air, we try to bleep some words that are, you know, curse words, but I'm sorry. I told the team, don't bleep that. Let Americans hear beto o'rourke being told off by the grieving anguished mayor of Yuval de.

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Beto O'Rourke Attempts to Disrupt Gov. Abbott's Press Conference

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:41 min | Last month

Beto O'Rourke Attempts to Disrupt Gov. Abbott's Press Conference

"And it's some lunatic email me Charlie it's not a national tragedy. Let me just shut up. It is, okay? You got 19 elementary kids. Murdered in a classroom, all right? So yes, it is. That doesn't happen every day. God forbid. So we're kind of on the fly here. And so. The whole thesis that we had here was that Democrats are going to overly politicize this and make it all about themselves and their political agenda. And as if right on cue, Robert Francis o'rourke couldn't allow governor Abbott to host a press conference on mental health and the facts related to it and barnstorms and bum rushes the stage like an unhinged activist and start screaming with his flailing arms of which there's not a detectable ounce of testosterone or muscle mass on the entire being of the wannabe Hispanic Irish man trust fund baby open border advocate gun grabbing activist from El Paso, Texas, who hell yes is going to take away all your guns soon to be three times failed candidate in Texas where he can't win a Senate race. You can't win a presidential race and he's not going to win the governor's race. And man, again, I have plenty of disagreements with governor Abbott on a lot of things. I don't think he acts fast enough. I think he's been fine. I don't think he's like Kemp, who's a total disaster. But if you want to turn me into a big Greg Abbott fan, congratulations, Robert Francis o'rourke. You've done that as you bum rush the stage and make yourself look like a fool, make your entire political party look like nothing more than opportunists. Okay, all right, let's just play it. Excuse me. You're out of line and an embarrassment. And you're doing nothing. No, please. How do you sit in the place to talk to yourself? This is totally predictable when you are out of line. Sir, you're out alive. I'm sure you are alive. Please leave us all. I can't believe you're a 6. Did we come to a deal like this to make a political issue? Sounds like he, why don't you get out of here? I'm not quite sure what Robert Francis o'rourke was saying, but he felt necessary to bum rush the stage and Ted Cruz is just losing it. And I think just kind of like the local sheriff came up and was like, you're an embarrassment. How dare you do this? We have not identified all the bodies. Hasn't been

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Caller Details Conversations With Inmates as a Corrections Officer

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:59 min | Last month

Caller Details Conversations With Inmates as a Corrections Officer

"May God hold the skulls of these children. And all this affected heart and his heart. I've been in corrections now for over 35 years. Yes, sir. I have dealt with individuals that are just like what we're talking about. And I've asked in surveyed a lot of them of why they committed their crime in our state and they said, because our state had no self care and their state did. Now I've talked to individuals that's cold mass shootings. And I ask them why they did it where they did. And they said, because the probability of somebody having a weapon at that location was only like 3%. Compared to other places. Sure. And that's going to be a question that we've got to ask to people who think there are too many guns in the world already.

"sir" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

07:34 min | 2 months ago

"sir" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"Particular way was inauthentic and frankly, really boring. Right. And so the brotherhood's early doctrines, which as defined by William Michael rossetti, were expressed in four declarations. So the first was to have genuine ideas to express. All right. Number two, to study nature attentively, so as to know how to express them. Okay. Great. Number three to sympathize with what is direct and serious and heartfelt and previous art to the exclusion of what is conventional and self parading and learned by rote. Okay, all right. And number four, most indispensable of all to produce thoroughly good pictures and statutes. All right, that's good. I was waiting for like number four for you to pull the rug under me and be like, something like and English people are the best people in the whole world. Everybody else has to be paid in a double horns. No, it's basically like make sure you have an honest idea to express to make sure that you portray nature accurately to be heartfelt and direct and serious and then just make sure what you're doing is good. It's really not too bad. And the principles were deliberately non dogmatic. This was just kind of like a series of loose guidelines. Since the brotherhood wished to empathize the personal responsibility of individual artists to determine their own ideas and methods of depiction. There were also very influenced by romanticism, which is the artistic and literary movement that actually I might do an entire episode on this. It was like a precursor to nationalism. You can draw a direct line from German romanticism to the Nazis. Because romanticism and not to say that like caspar David Friedrich was a knots was like a secret Nazi because that wasn't a thing. But romanticism has a lot to do with like going back to, you know, like the ancient traditions of your country. Okay. So in love with the land and the history of the people and also this concept of the sublime where there's a fear and a love of God through nature through storms through violence, so it's a very dramatic kind of artistic movement. All right. So they were influenced by that in a certain way. And the members thought freedom and responsibility were inseparable. They were also really fascinated by medieval culture, believing it to possess a spiritual and creative integrity that had been lost in later eras. And this would continue through the arts and crafts movement. So the arts that I talked about the arts and crafts movement was very good. Yes, thank you. The arts and crafts movement comes out of the pre raphaelites, which came out of romanticism. Oh, okay. Yeah. So this emphasis on medieval culture kind of clashed with the principles of realism. That was part of the pre raphaelites. And in its early stages, the pre raphaelite brotherhood believed its two interests were consistent with one another, but in later years the movement kind of divided and moved into two directions. So it could either be realistic or it could be kind of medieval. A medieval being a little bit more flattened and kind of pose. Very medieval looking, but we'll get to that. So the realists were led specifically by hunt and Malay, while the medievalists were led by rossetti and his followers, Edward burne Jones and William Morris. So the PRB was greatly influenced by nature and its members used a lot of detail to show the natural world using bright and kind of really sharp focus techniques on a white canvas. When you look at a pre raphaelite painting, everything is in focus. There isn't like a depth of field really of fuzziness in the background to kind of create some three dimensionality to the space. Everything like every leaf is in perfectly sharp focus every pedal is painted beautifully and it creates this kind of jewel like quality to the artwork. So in attempts to revive this brilliance of color found in quatre central art, hunt and Malay developed a technique of painting in thin glazes of pigment over a wet white ground in the hope that the colors would retain jewel like transparency and clarity. So they're emphasis on brilliance of color was a reaction to the excessive use of bitumen by early British artists, such as what did you just call me? Bitumen. Sorry. No, that was a good joke. That was a good job. That was a good job. So earlier British artists used Benjamin it's like a really white pigment. And bitumen produced unstable areas of kind of muddy darkness. Which was an effect that the pre raphaelites kind of really despised. So examples of pre raphaelites that you might recognize include ophelia by John Everett millais from 1851 to two. Okay. That's the one of the woman kind of half in the water. Flowers all around her and her face is kind of like looks like she's about to die. Proserpine from 1874 by Dante Gabriel rossetti. The lady of shalott from 1888 and la Belle dame sans merci, both by John Williams waterhouse in the mid 80s. Also flaming June by sir Frederick Layton, it's that image of a woman kind of sleeping in a chair and she's wearing this bright orange dress. I don't know that one. It's very beautiful. I'll add some images to this, but all these pictures are characterized by beautiful women, high detail, especially in the flora, and then in the landscape, bright colors, somewhat flat perspective later, especially in rossetti's work. And subject matter based on religious and medieval stories, chivalry, King Arthur and related poems. So the first exhibitions of pre raphaelite work occurred in 1849, which was just a year after they started. So both malays Isabella and Holman hunt's rienzi were exhibited at the Royal Academy and rosetti's girlhood of Mary virgin was shown at free exhibition on Hyde Park corner. And they all had agreed that all members of the brotherhood signed their work with their name, and then the initials PRB. Okay. So that's like the earlier stuff you can really identify a pre raphaelite because they make sure that you know it. So between January and April 1850, which is you might know is only four months. The group published a literary magazine called the germ. It was edited by William rossetti, which published poetry by the rossetti's woolner and collinson and essays on art and literature by associates of the brotherhood such as a very British man who has a very British name of Coventry patmore. So obviously a scene by the magazine's run, it didn't fit last very long at all. It ran for four months for issues. Which is very typical of a bunch of artists because they probably were like, are you in charge? No, are you in charge? Ugh, I don't want to do it. You know what? I don't fine, forget it. I just want to paint, leave me alone. So in 1850, two years after they started the pre raphaelite brotherhood became the subject of controversy after the exhibition of millais painting, which is called Christ in the house of his parents. It was considered to be blasphemous by many reviewers, notably Charles Dickens, who hated everything. I mean, let's be honest. Dickens considered malaise Mary to be ugly. He actually said, quote, so hideous in her ugliness that she would stand out from.

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"sir" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

Boring Books for Bedtime

03:41 min | 9 months ago

"sir" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

"Adjust your volume. Take a nice deep breath in let it out slowly and off go tonight. By several requests were returning to a classic of philosophy. I published in fifteen fifty seven. Utopia by sir thomas more. Let's pick up right where we left off in the middle of a debate between our narrator several learned men and one rafael hitler. Day explorer of lands unknown. Let's begin while.

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"sir" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes

Sips, Suds, & Smokes

05:41 min | 9 months ago

"sir" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes

"They probably saw it. They don't. Yeah, I don't believe I've ever seen it on the show. I mean, I've had it before, Scott font whisky, I had a few of them, but other than independent bottlers I've never seen them. So this is quite good with air. It's quite improved since my original notes. It's a 2008 manic moral 11 years old. On the nose, at first it was butterscotch and flowers. Now I'm getting flowers and citrus. On the palette, let's see green apples. I had my original note. Apple is still there, getting more citrus, a lot of white flowers. Gorgeous palette. This is really improved with time and a couple of drops of water. Super fruity, great, great flowers. And it's got a medium long finish. It's very pleasant. There's nothing, you know, it's really gonna prove dramatically, but it's been in my glass for well over an hour. And a little bit of water. I really like major green apple jolly rancher on the nose. Just sour muscles. It's not as sweet and artificial like a jolly rancher, man. Come on. Get better candies. It's got a lot of green apple on the nose. Sour green apple. It's like granny Smith. Yeah. Yeah. But there's a tip of the floral..

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"sir" Discussed on Circle Round

Circle Round

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"sir" Discussed on Circle Round

"When we left off sir luck and to mr riches were bickering. About which one of them was more important. So madam wisdom suggested they take turns giving their gifts to a humble woodcutter then see whether luck or riches made the man happier. Mr riches went i. He gave the woodcutter a glittering gold coin to spend the market. When the woodcutter arrived it was the height of the morning rush. And the place was buzzing and humming with customers. As the woodcutter wove his way through the noisy crowd. He bought a loaf of fresh bread a wheel of cheese and a bottle of wine but just as he was elbowing his way toward the door. Another throng of customers came. Swarming in the woodcutter felt someone bumped his shoulder and before he knew what was happening. His groceries went flying out of his arms and came crashing to the ground. The woodcutter watched as his bottle of wine shattered splattered and his bread and cheese were tripled by hundreds of pairs of feet so carrying nothing but his trusty axe. The woodcutter left the jam-packed market and headed back across the parker toward the forest. There woodcutter. you're not going back to work. Are you aware your groceries. The woodcutter side and told mr riches what had happened. Oh well that's unfortunate from the corner of his eye. Mr riches could see sir luck smirking but no matter. I can offer you a whole different kind of fortune. This time. When mr riches reached into his pocket he pulled out a polka-dotted drawstring purse. This purse is filled to the brim with gold coins. Go back to the market and buy something else. The morning rush should be over by now. So the woodcutter thanked mr riches and took the polka-dotted drawstring purse to the market. But just as he was stepping inside falcon with long pointed wings. Swooped down from the sky seized drawstring person it's talents and flew away so once again carrying nothing but his faithful acts. The woodcutter headed back across the park toward the forest woodcutter. I told you to take that purse and buy things nice things but here. You are empty handed and going back to work. What gives once again. The woodcutters side and told mr riches what had happened. I see not catching many lucky breaks today. Are you mr riches. Heard sir luck chuckling. But not to worry. Mr richards snapped his fingers. And a giant gray stallion came galloping across the park the steeds massive who were fitted with diamond studded horseshoes and just brown. Leather saddlebag was bursting with gold coins. Forget about work friend and forget about the market. Take this horse and bring him and all this money home with you. The woodcutter thanked mr riches and began leading the stallion home but soon after they left the park. A deer king founding across the road and startled the grace down the force jerked his rains out of the woodcutters hands often bolted away on his big diamond studied horse shoes before disappearing into and of trees so yet again carrying nothing but his faithful acts. The woodcutter headed back across the park toward the forest. When mr riches spotted the woodcutter returning he frowned sir. Luck on the other hand grinned. Well pardon the expression but isn't this rich three times. You tried giving riches to that woodcutter and three times. He's come back carrying nothing. But that acts. I suppose you think you can do better. Oh i don't think it sir. Luck hopped up from the bench. I know it sir. Luck pulled a copper coin from his pocket. Hello there sir. How's it going. Listen i'd like to give you this copper coin. The woodcutter scratched his head. Thanks for the offer sir. But i really should get to my chopping. Not so fast sir. Luck laid a hand on the woodcutters shoulder. Listen this copper. Coin may not look like much but it might lead to very great things. All i ask is that you don't do any work today instead. Go home and on the way. Spend this copper coin on the very first thing you see whatever it is. If it's for sale in you can afford it. Buy it the woodcutter thought for a moment all right. Then i'll take your copper coin and spend it on the first thing i see. Thank you as the woodcutter headed home. He came upon a traveling merchant. Who was selling. All sorts of goods silks spices exotic fruits and vegetables. The only item that cost less than one copper coin was not just any rod. Sir tell me do you like all lives. I do well. We all know how time consuming you can be to pick hours by hand right with this rod. Oh you have to do is find an olive tree. Give the tree a good wack in the columbus in juicy as olives will pop right off just like that. So the woodcutter traded his one copper coin. One rod then resumed his trip back home on the way he passed an olive grove and swatted a tree. That was practically exploding with olives. So he picked up his rod and gave the tree. Good luck and sure enough. Dozens of plump juicy olives fell to the ground. But that's not all something else had fallen out of the tree to something much larger that an olive and this something was dotted with a drawstring and filled to the brim with gold coins flow. It's the drawstring purse. The one that man gave me. Before the falcons swiped it out of my hands. What good luck ripping the purse. Extra tight the woodcutter continued on way but then he spied something on the ground horse treks and their enormous. The only horse. I've seen that could leave. Treks that massive. Is that gray stallion. That huge one. That ran away win. Of course the woodcutter followed the horse tracks to an apple orchard and guess who was standing by a tree nibbling all the apples. Give you a hint. He was wearing massive diamond studded horse and carrying a brown leather saddlebag bursting with gold coins. Well looks like we've found each other again buddy now. Little did the woodcutter no but as he led the grey horse back toward his house he was being followed by sir luck and mr riches you see thanks to my good luck. The woodcutter bought that rod. And thanks to that rod. He wax that.

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"sir" Discussed on My Dad Wrote a Porno

My Dad Wrote a Porno

07:18 min | 1 year ago

"sir" Discussed on My Dad Wrote a Porno

"And welcome to my dad. Wrote two point of the footnotes. Now this week is a very special week in the flintstone house old. 'cause it's my dad's birthday week in foul. Yeah it was a week we have birthday. We know i know. I know you just had your birthday week. Weeks run monday to monday. They can actually spread even further. It's been known which days is actual birthday. The official his. It'll be next monday. So i guess technically that would be as birthday. We celebrating now. Yeah we ask. Why age honestly. I've got it wrong. Certain points in my life but i'm pretty sure he'll be sixty-five that sounds about right mementos age. It was because last year greeted him when he woke up to a rendition of the beatles. But i'm sixty four. It's appropriate need sixty four. Yeah so i think it's it feels like his birthday should become some sort of national holiday with people. All over the world will be celebrating rocky flintstone day. We should take it like a holiday. We should take the day off. Is there an international holiday. 'cause obviously we have load known in the uk for having loads of days off compared to other places but is the one where everybody stops does not really not everywhere non-christian countries. If we don't do this. I think say that's modena's places so i mean this could be the thing that unites everybody. I'm just saying we'll be the thing we've been looking for my goodness going to unite the world. And it's quite nice because it's like smack bang in the middle of the year. It's a good time to reflect. Have some rest in the gregorian calendar but there are others alienate people. Of course of course come give joy. It's interesting because i think a great birthday present for dad. I thought we could may be an himmy out here. How much it costs. Well i think for you sir. Practically nothing but your time i've listening. I thought we should try. And get dad an honor a knighthood basically a sir sir or i think if dad could become a night of the rome how amazing would that be always wanted because i think they released a list recently of always wondered how people get on the on his list. Well james i've been doing some research. My god and i found i found. I found the form that you need to fill in to nominate somebody. There is so it's a very democratic process so you can submit this form to the cabinet office and they will determine whether he meets that criteria to become a night. It's an anyone can do this. I think so. I mean i could nominate like one of you. Wouldn't i could like make alyssa dame. Or i think she's more nba level. But yeah while. I'd also attended down because i'm so rebellious and would you progressive. And why thanks. It's more rock-n-roll listener. I mean i hadn't even thought about that. Well if we get a knighthood me says no. He won't say no he blow you okay. So what are the criteria. Okay so on this. It says who deserves an honor. Honest recognize and celebrate outstanding achievements while take. Belinda is an outstanding achievement. I mean there's nothing that even comes close. It's like in some categories. You say it was like sportsperson. You'd be like okay but this is tricky because other people who've achieved similar things to you who else has achieved what he's achieved say. There are always fewer honors than people who deserve them. Because they are they should be reserved for people who and there are two things who have changed things especially by solid practical achievement changed. I mean life is very different. Before cleveland's there i'm the other one is whose work has brought distinction to british life or enhanced the uk's reputation in the area or activity. I mean that's where we could fall down reputation. The i would say we're in the gutter. I mean where where we before. Okay so definitely the works. Change the world distinction to british life. Though because i would say that. A lot of particularly international listeners know about britain through rockies len known you tom bono was before with. Dan isn't distinction mean like class. Though and it's more positive. I don't i don't think people know more about britain. Okay well let's go the protest this ernest. Okay all right. Let's say those are both tick. I think because it's basically an application form. I think we could spend that second one. Yeah i do. I said the most important thing is to provide evidence of what they've done and how they've made it things evident how they've made things better for others. So i think that has made things better for others. He chairs people right. He brings a lot of joy. Yeah so we can put out in the form. We had some quite profound emails about how people have been in dark not great places and rockies turned around exactly do we just send them our email inbox and also. It's almost like this form was made for something about don does stress. The nomination doesn't need to be worried about. It doesn't matter if it's type. Two hundred s pitches doesn't matter if it's your first draft formal. There's no right lend pamphlets or novel. It doesn't matter so you need to give examples of how they've demonstrated outstanding quality and show how your candidate has contributed in a distinctive way to improving the lot of those less able to help themselves. He's very philanthropic man. Jane really is yeah. He loves giving away any money that we've made of not but yeah. I really think that he's been friend. Too many yeah. I think we've got quite a strong case though very good to his fans. Oh yeah. He's not. Quite taylor swift of nicki minaj level of light tank people's college education. But like he's not for if you want to sign booth. We also have to show how he has shown innovation or creativity delivering lasting result. That's easy i mean. These books in themselves are one of a kind never been done before. We always hoped never done again. That's i mean. That's the one where he absolutely excels. And that she when we were no rene saying about the distinction in this field and they're the quality issue but who are we to judge when the likes of michael sheen. You got your emma. Thompson's you've got the damon thompson you got. These people know their shit saying he's a genius so i almost feel like we're just three labs. We don't submit his email signature as the proof. Because it's gonna elbows price on it and as far as innovation. I mean he was. I would argue. Is that the kind of full of the self publishing. Yeah he really knows how to use the novice on account. Oh my god. Please call one of those tickets on his website. That show you how many visitors you've had have you knows technology. And it's a beautiful. Bright yellow good nomination should also describe as vividly and precisely as possible. The difference their contribution has made society so try to answer the following questions. Okay how were things before. They began much better.

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"sir" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"sir" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Sir francis drake revived. Therefore even that afternoon he causes us to set sail for number two diaz so that before sunset we were as far as rio francisco then he led his heart aboard the shore that we might not be described the watchhouse until that being come within two leagues of the point of the bay he caused us to strike a hall and cast are rappers grappling irons writing so until it was dark knight then we wait again and set sail rowing hard aboard the shore with as much silence as we could till we recovered the point of the harbour under the highland there. We stayed all silent purposing to attempt the town in the dining of the day. After that we had reposed ourselves for a while but our captain was the mother of his best men finding that our people were talking of the greatness of the town and what their strength might be especially by the report of the negroes that we took at the isle of pinos thought best to put these conceits out of their heads and therefore to take the opportunity of the rising of the moon. That night persuading them that it was the day dawning by this occasion. We were at the town a large our sooner then. I was purposed for. We arrived there by three of the clock after midnight. At what time. It fortune that ship of spain of sixty tons laden with canary winds and other commodities which had but lately come into the bay and had not yet folder sprit sail. Spn are four penises being an extraordinary number and those rowing with many ors send away her gundel gondola towards the town to give warning but our captain perceiving it cutbacks. Her in the town forcing her to go to the other side of the bay whereby we landed without impeachment although we found one gunner upon the platform battery in the very place where we landed being a sandy place in no ki ki at all not past twenty yards from the houses. There we found six gray pieces of brass ordinance mounted upon their carriages some demi some whole covering we presently dismounted them. The governor fled..

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"sir" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"sir" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Would staue be made nash nor by water nor by fire and that is the heat of the holy ghost may not enter in the now take heed in the world men shall not find one night to whom our lord hath given so much of grace as he had given you for he given you fairness with seamlessness he hath given the width discretion to no good from evil. He has given the prowess in hardiness and given the to work so largely. Thou- has had at all as the better where some ever thou came and now our lord will suffer the no longer but that thou shalt know him whether thou wilt or knelt and why the voice called the bitter then would for where overmuch cinderella there may be little sweetness. Wherefore thou art likened to an old rotten tree now have. I showed the why thou art harder than stone and bitter than the tree. now. Shall i show the thou art moore naked and bear than the victory. It befell that. Our lord on palm sunday preached in jerusalem. And there he found in the people that all hardness was harbored in them and there he found in all the town not one that would harbor him and then he went without the town and founded midst of the way fig tree the which was right fair and well garnished of leaves but fruit had it none then our lord cursed tree that bear no fruit that betoken the fig tree unto jerusalem that had leaves and no fruit so the house orlands lot when the holy grail was brought before the he found in the no fruit nor good thought nor goodwill and defiled with luxury surtees said. Sir lancelot all that you have said is true and from henceforward cast me by the grace of god never to be so wicked as i have been but as to follow knighthood into do feats of arms then the good man enjoined sir lancelot such penance as he might do in the so knighthood and so soiled him and prayed sir lancelot to abide with him all that day i will well said sir lancelot for i have neither health nor horse nor sword as for that said the good man i shall help you or to mourn at seven horse all that long done to you. And then sir lancelot repented him greatly here and with off the history of sir. Lancelot and here followeth of sir. Percival the gallus which is the fourteenth book..

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"sir" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"sir" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Sir Frank's benefit if we get his wife's name and age could you give him a quick reading on that I could say so figure out let's do that Frank let's do that for you how old is your wife and what's your first name what you want just the one twelve now you're gonna make me do some arithmetic your sister she sixty sixty eight right yes it should not I some conditions she's fine that work but she has that diabetes hi to all right and what's your what's your first name that she was diagnosed at thirty years ago it would kick it well that's good Evelyn she sixty eight she's got some problems barber well at sixty eight a lot of people do I mean it sounds like she's not doing so badly she keeps bouncing back yeah so what would you say what would you say frankly she's doing pretty well J. what you have that diabetes and the condition of thank yeah they are condition that that out of my mind gone blank without a well that's right but then I think we get the picture they're real look real quick one more thing with about Barbara Evelyn's her name she's sixty eight yeah all right I think he's doing okay I think it's important that you that this would be a person I would say you should stay home I think you're probably keeping her home yeah that's friendly pretty smart if you don't pick this thing up with though with those conditions that can be pretty hard on somebody do you Barbara do you will go to the store and you see all these people with masks and you see how they react if you don't have a mask on they kinda like run away from you I don't even get to go to the I'm isolated are you yeah because we drove from our southern California up to Canada so I haven't even I haven't see the humans left another human soul for about ten days now I'm gonna get out pretty soon again how you gonna were master not I don't know I haven't thought about it yet I don't I don't wear mask right now yeah I have a feeling if it was just you know sometimes there's it's our miss Brooks and you're going to be seeing somebody who would just freak out if you didn't have one on maybe I would next up we're going to Cassie she's fifty years old Anaheim California Cathy welcome to the program I'm high you might have it wrong I'm fifty nine nearly sixty well says fifty okay you're fifty nine that makes a difference to be sure and how are you coping through the pandemic cath we're doing pretty good I'm furloughed trying trying to stay busy at home my husband is a mental health care professional so he is very busy I bet I bet to go head barber she's fifty nine yeah it's fifty nine okay and so you're in your case you just in the last probably year or have developed something this this is it's very important for you some kind of new up project or noon even possibly a different a job or something like that and you probably have a lot of energy around us it is that true Kathy my life has been kind of on hold over the years helping with my late mother than helping with another family member finally in June all American clear up and all actually have my wife I hope you'll get your life back did you does that might be hard for you because this is a time this is a period in your life when you measured you know you really like to do something for yourself and develop something that means something to you so just work towards making that happen because you're good you're gonna need to.

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"sir" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"sir" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Me see Sir Carter's Sir I just want to bring up to cry just since the colleges I have hundreds maybe thousands of them changing the way they deal with people but it takes a long time for it to to discover how to help the person but it is too easy just help a person once you have the skills that is really not a skill if I may just change the the the point it's a gift and so education hills intuition pressure him if parents kills intuition when children come into the world I keep saying that over and over again and so there's gonna be a little problem involved when I'm not here but what is going to be here is everything that I have learned and it's proved that hip works is is more is more magical than something you can see go to school for as medevac going to school for it it is the antithesis of what it is does the country since the colleges have to stay to what they agreed to when they took the exam but the trouble was psychiatry is it doesn't understand the spiritual aspects of the mind and.

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"sir" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"sir" Discussed on KCRW

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"sir" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"sir" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

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"sir" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"sir" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Sir. Okay. Jay..

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"sir" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"sir" Discussed on KCRW

"Sir. Okay. So we had some music.

"sir" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"sir" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Sir. A deadly shooting near New.

"sir" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"sir" Discussed on KCRW

"Sir. Really digging. Now from the.

"sir" Discussed on ATG Radio

ATG Radio

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"sir" Discussed on ATG Radio

"Sir. Hey, jude..

"sir" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"sir" Discussed on KCRW

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