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"sami" Discussed on Let's Talk About It
"Wade not only that it polarized people more but just the outright blatant misinformation on the internet and I think that was the most frustrating thing ever. I remember seeing I'm sure that you saw those or even talked about it that Planned Parenthood used to have on their website that the treatment for an ectopic pregnancy was not the same thing as an abortion or like what we're abortion illegal and then they took it off and that was so infuriating because even people I know that are pro-life were sharing like oh this is why I don't want Roe vs. Wade to be overturned even though I'm pro-life is because now women are being charged for having a miscarriage or for getting a treatment for an ectopic pregnancy and it's like just no that's never what we were trying to do there's a huge difference between an elective abortion and the treatment for ectopic pregnancy and then like yeah just conflating a spontaneous abortion which is a miscarriage completely different than an elective abortion and that was just so infuriating and there were doctors that were coming out and spreading this misinformation which who's not going to listen to a doctor you know on the internet unless they're pro-life and then nobody wants to listen to them yeah I want to jump in there really quick before we move on to the next topic but you mentioned how much misinformation there was about like spontaneous abortion and elective abortion and people just like call everything abortion now that they can and somebody that I work with put it really really well that I think is a helpful thing for pro-life for us to hear we are not against the word abortion like if somebody decided tomorrow that getting your tooth pulled is going to be called a tooth abortion like none of us would care we would not be outside of the dentist saying like stop this this is horrible just because somebody tags the word abortion onto something doesn't actually make it an abortion we are against the act of the direct and intentional killing of an innocent pre-born child which abortions do but of course it's just another tactic of the abortion industry to just make it really really confusing as to what abortion actually is so I just think that that's that's an important distinguish distinguished we're not just against that word we're against what abortion actually is I think I have a very humble stance really yeah I think I think that's so important and it's so hard too because I think COVID made people very wary about information online somewhat rightfully so but once again like you were saying Jackie when you had professionals like doctors coming out and adding to the confusion it also made it very difficult because so many people coming out of COVID sort of viewed any sort of online information like I will only listen to a professional or I only listen to someone with like who's an expert which didn't necessarily mean that person wasn't going to lie or wasn't going to misinform them and so I think yeah it's gotten really complex and just the online landscape I think has been very yeah just hostile so with that as you work primarily online doing this advocacy do you find it helpful do you find it important do you think people like is this a a a plane that we should be doing our advocacy is it worth it is it effective what is what are your thoughts on that yeah I'm a hundred percent yeah I think it's I mean I know it's effective it's not even just that an opinion of mine that I hold I know it's effective because it's my own story I might I might be pro-life if social media didn't exist because the Holy Spirit can work in any way that wants to work and I pray that he would work in that way in my life but he did work that way where he brought me to live actions content and I saw it all online on social media and I think it's a lot easier especially for not to like place any blame or hate on like my my parents generation or your parents generation to just see social media as this like very low-hanging fruit like oh we don't need to waste our time there like it's such a waste of time people don't need to be on social media like yes I agree we would all be better without social media but it is low hanging fruit and low hanging fruit is very easy to grab that's like the whole statement of low hanging fruit and so I think we need to meet people where they are especially the people who are young because that's the majority of people who are having abortions and if we expect to change the younger generation into a generation that protects life and sees the beauty and sanctity in every single life then we have to meet them where they are and they're all online they're all over social media and so yes I think that like all hands on deck should be we should all be on social media talking about this and bringing attention to it and you know encouraging younger people to change and that's something that influencers have as well I know you guys were talking a little bit about that people like to do what's popular I like as a high schooler just don't think that I had the like depth of thought to really make my own opinions that's why all of us get to college and we're like oh my gosh suddenly I have to make all these decisions for myself and like actually think through things but when you're a high schooler when you're really young like you're just looking up to other people who are older than you to tell you what to think and to shape your worldview and I don't think there's anything wrong in that I think that just how we are how we grow as kids into young adults we just look to other people who we admire to help us figure out what to do and so I think if especially if you are somebody online with any kind of influence which doesn't mean you have to have 25,000 100,000 followers that like you could influence anybody that follows you even if you have 10 followers 9 of those people 10 of those people one of those persons could be changed could be affected by your advocacy because everybody is an influencer to somebody and then there's the whole chain reaction that could happen and so yeah I am relentlessly 100 yes we need to be online doing advocacy and meeting people where they're at.
"sami" Discussed on Let's Talk About It
"And so it's 100% up to those of us who can speak up. I think that's how I cope with the online hate is just reminding myself that like, I'm really not the ultimate victim here. You know, the babies are the victim here. And if I lose a friend or if a family member comes after me and it hurts really bad, like it's not nearly as bad as what the babies are experiencing because they're being killed. And then I always just remind myself because I really struggle with being gentle, especially now that I'm a mom and it's more personal because it's just I really understand babies now and the love for babies and how precious and innocent and pure they are. It's just like so much more real to my heart. But the Lord told us how to handle hate and pushback and that's to love our enemies and to do good to those who hate you and bless, who curse us. And so that's something that I have been trying to do a lot more is just take a step back and remind myself that whoever is coming at me online or in person is a daughter or son of the king as well. And they're just lost and they just really need to be brought back to the truth. And that's how I guess actively handle hate is just trying to pray for people and love them well even when it's really hard. I definitely don't do that perfectly and I don't do it every single day but it's what I try to do. I think that's really admirable and I know for me it was something I was always very hesitant to speak on because yeah it was just so polarizing and people I think rush to assumptions about you when you mention anything pro-life just because they have this like image of a pro-life person like oh only caring for babies and not women and things like that but when I really started getting involved in the work and like especially working in a pregnancy center where I was actually advocating for the women who are facing these unplanned pregnancies and walking alongside them I think it just sort of changed my perspective because it was like it was personal to me then you know it wasn't like this far off topic I felt like I had to speak on it and I had to have this stance yeah and I just remember like the countless ultrasounds I like stood in and saw just it was like heartbreaking to me that some of these babies didn't get a chance and it was like I couldn't not speak up you know and I know you mentioned like it becoming personal even just becoming a mom and I experienced that too because it was like something has changed even like when I was pregnant so how do you feel like that's even changed your perspective like now that you're a mom you experienced pregnancy like you have this little baby that you care for and are responsible for has that changed maybe not your perspective because obviously you were pro-life before and you're pro-life now but is has it changed your views on certain things has it changed how you interact or maybe like certain emphasizes that you would have yeah I think a few things have changed a little bit I definitely do feel more tender towards the moms in the situations because I mean the majority of what I see is like really really insane pro-abortion activists who are like obsessed with abortion or like women who just have had multiple abortions and have absolutely no shame no regret and so I remind myself that the majority of women who have had abortions are not like that and they are in a lot of pain and a lot of hurt and abortion-minded women especially are just in like really really hard situations and even having like I had a very easy pregnancy um I like can't remember feeling horrible I don't even remember the very end of pregnancy feeling like as bad as a lot of pregnant moms have but even through like a relatively easy pregnancy I feel like I've just become a lot more tender towards moms because it's really intense like it's not for the faint of heart and that's not to say that any woman can't handle it because I do believe that if you are pregnant the Lord wants you to be pregnant and um you can absolutely handle it but it's certainly hard and so I definitely feel a lot more for the moms in the situations um but I also do feel a lot more um I don't want to say aggressive but like relentlessly against abortion because I've also been pregnant and I've also felt just like the miracle connection that like none of us moms could ever explain with words that comes when you're pregnant to this little baby um even if you haven't dreamt of being a mom your whole life because I didn't you know growing up I was not the babysitter girl I did not want to hold the newborn baby like that just wasn't me and um even when I got married I was like you know we'll have kids one day and I'm sure I'll like it I don't know that it'll be like a huge passion of mine um but like as soon as I was pregnant it was just like the Lord changed that in me and I totally believe that he just does that miracle in women um so even if women were like that and they just don't necessarily have a huge heart towards babies um your heart just changes like crazy when you're pregnant and through birth and that stuff and so I just definitely feel I feel more sensitive about it all around um and I also think about the life that abortion robs women of um because they're trying to dodge the life that the abortion industry so like masterfully crafts motherhood to look like just like tired and exhausted and you lose all your freedom and all that stuff like they just really hard to make motherhood look exhausting and horrible but I mean Megan I'm sure you know and Jackie I don't know if you're are you a mom no I'm not okay but um Jackie you know that like it's nothing like that like yes it's tiring and like you and me with babies that don't like sleeping through the night like it's like definitely so hard and I don't want to like say that it's just a walk in the park but it's just better than anything and um so I know that abortion is just robbing so many women of a really really beautiful life where you get to be sacrificial and you get to just give yourself to this other human who you just love so much and so um yeah I've become more sensitive towards it and I guess in my messaging I've tried to become more sensitive towards it as well but I also don't want to be lighter about it and I don't want to sway on it just because it's a really sensitive thing like it's it's it's just so much more real to me now so I'm trying to be lighter about it in the way of being kinder and being nicer and being more loving in my messaging but also being really firm in it which is a hard balance but yeah I don't know if that entirely answers your question but oh for sure um and I have a follow-up question that actually for you and for Megan as mothers I feel like when I like just started working in pro-life work and um just became more aware of the atrocities of abortion it became like almost harder for me because it was I became even more sensitive to it and like seeing very pro-abortion people like it almost became like I wanted to take a step back because it became almost more difficult for me so I wonder how I can even be imagine being a mother and then seeing people talk about abortion so lightly or I think I said Dua Lipa but it was Doja Cat that just had that like horrible video about it that made me like sick to my stomach um how do you like just personally take care of yourself and not let it like eat at you I guess in doing this advocacy and seeing how evil abortion is especially with being a mother I feel like that would make it even harder on me because I feel like yeah it's hard enough for me not even being a mom just realizing how horrible it is Megan do you want to answer first I mean I do think like I do have to have certain boundaries with myself um there is certain content that I can't consume um just for my own mental health because I do think some of it is just truly so evil um and I think it definitely did affect me before I was a mom um I think it's hard when you're a mom to not like see yourself in the I think especially when I was pregnant um it was hard to see like abortion images and stuff like that because it just it would I couldn't separate like the kicks I was feeling from what was going on in this image that was really really really hard um but I think it just made my heart break more because I was like confronted with the reality of it I think sometimes when we aren't experiencing like motherhood or we haven't gone through that yet it's a little easier to be like numb or removed from it and I just like didn't have that luxury anymore like there was no other option but to be like deeply affected by it um and I think Sammy you mentioned this before too it just sort of made me a little braver um I experienced like a co-worker last year who was very pro-abortion and was constantly trying to like have conversations with me about it and it just made me like not interested in pretending because I was like this is like a really like no I don't even want someone to think of me as someone who would support this because I cannot I like want to be so separate from someone who is supporting like that um and just viewing it is like would I feel this way about any other human right like travesty like human trafficking like would I be like oh but I don't want to like offend traffickers and stuff like that you know I was like no I wouldn't so like why would I feel it about this issue if I truly understand what's going on so I don't it was like a balance there's definitely times I just had to take a step back um I think especially stuff with like post like really late term abortion was like really difficult yeah I think pretty much I would echo everything you said you put it really well um I think before I was a mom and especially working 24 7 like 24 7 is an exaggeration working five days a week at least to make content against abortion not being a mom I do feel like I was able to kind of become desensitized and not that that was my goal I really didn't like when I noticed that I was becoming desensitized to it um but it's a lot easier to do because you don't have that personal um experience with it and that's not to say that I think motherless women are all just desensitized to abortion I definitely don't think that it's just my experience working with it so much um I just found myself like struggling with that and asking the lord like would you please break my heart for what breaks your heart I think he did that through making me a mom I think he did a lot of things through making me a mom but um yeah I it's the same for because um obviously I'm the one making a lot of the content and putting it together so I a lot of the times have to look at it um but I don't necessarily think it's a horrible thing that you know I'm really struggling mentally to cover this story there was a really really hard story that came out um the Alexi Treviso story is this mom teen mom who delivered her baby at a hospital and stuffed her full-term son into the trash can and he suffocated there in the trash and that day it was just a very I was covering that story and I just remember crying um pretty much all day because it was just so much more real to me um knowing like you said Megan the kicks and just like I just can't imagine having that heart towards my own son um that I would do that and it's hard to not put yourself in that position and like imagine yourself doing that which is not good for your mental health to do um so those are kind of my boundaries with like yes this is my job and I have to do it and again I'm not the victim because I'm having a hard day covering this story but it's definitely something that you know I have to message my team and say hey like I just need to take the rest of the day or um tell my husband I'm really struggling or just really go to the Lord in prayer because it is really hard to think about it as much as you do when you work in the pro-life movement or just being a really active pro-lifer in general but again I think it's a good thing to stay sensitive to it because it just shows that you really know the weight of it so yeah I think it does help too being a Christian obviously people can be pro-life when they aren't Christians I think everybody should be pro-life um but I do find a lot of comfort in like our Lord as a God who avenges and our God who is just um and knowing that even if we don't see ultimate justice on earth like the Lord his work is not hindered in any way and I think I find a lot of comfort in that too and I see like really really horrible stories like that is just knowing like this isn't God's hands like this has not escaped him there will be justice and especially when it comes to innocence like the Bible frequently talks about like God advocating for the orphan and the widow which would have been like the lowliest of the low in their society and the people who didn't have a voice and when I think of the lowliest of the low in our society like certainly unborn babies are among them people who have no voice have no rights um those are the people that God is just so close to and so near so I think that also just really helps um I think it would be really hard if I didn't believe in like a higher power with like a greater justice at hand like a eternal justice it would be really hard to watch like especially like abortion doctors um and things because it would just feel so like hopeless um but just knowing we have that ultimate hope does help a lot that's a really good point I know you mentioned like obviously 2020 covid everybody started having opinions um we recently experienced something that also sparked people to have a lot more opinions again and that was the overturning of Roe v Wade um have you seen that affect your work online at all has it changed maybe the the content that you have to produce has it changed how people interact how have you seen that affect things going forward yeah it's definitely changed it at least a bit I remember when it when um Roe was first overturned uh there was just so much misinformation going around and of course the like actual misinformation was not being flagged as misinformation um and so a lot of people were just like very confused and it's misinformation about everything like what abortion is when abortions happen where you can get abortions like every single thing that could have been made deceptive was made deceptive and so I think that that's still happening just maybe not quite as intensely as it was or maybe it doesn't feel as intense because it's just been going on for a while now but um Roe v Wade allowed states to adopt more pro-life legislation and kind of allowed our culture to start adopting more of a pro-life stance it seems like a lot of people got a lot more hope for the future and for um the preborn in general and so because of that I think that the abortion industry is working a lot harder day and night to block the pro-life culture from growing and obviously to block pro-life legislation from passing and the most common approach and the easiest approach for the abortion industry to take gain to take away from pro-life culture is by lying because they also just happen to have so much money which is unfortunately kind of all you need to be the loudest um and especially online it's like as Megan you know with John being your husband who just works online with he really knows the numbers behind what can get your content seen before other people's content um Planned Parenthood is massively funded abortion industry in general is massively funded and so they have a very easy time being the first and the loudest voice that people hear um so there is so much misinformation so much lying so much deception and they do it in such a clever way and in such a you know popular way that a lot of young people just want to follow because it's popular I think about the the Mayan I think it was the Maya network and the Guardian posted an article about it um they were saying I'm sure you guys saw it it was like a a vial with pregnancy tissue in it like actual tissue from like being pregnant like for example the um like the the gestational sack I think is what it was I need to properly but they like just had actual tissue in a petri dish and the headline on it was like something like this is what pregnancy at six weeks actually looks like like this is what all those crazy pro-lifers are trying to stop you from getting rid of essentially and it was so so deceptive and I think so many people fell for it because it was very clever language because they weren't wrong in calling it pregnancy tissue but the abortion industry for years now calls the preborn baby in pregnancy pregnancy tissue or products of conception or anything but baby because that would be humanizing it so everybody thought that what was in that petri dish was what all of us pro-lifers cared about when in reality it was literally just tissue and so that is like the biggest misinformation I don't even think it's right to call it misinformation it was just a lie it was like just not correct at all that was like one of the biggest things that I remember seeing that we tried so hard to dismantle and explain to people but of course it's just like who has more money and the abortion industry is very wealthy so it's been a lot of just trying catch up to them lying and trying to explain to people this is a lie this is why this is not true so it definitely feels like a game of catch up which is hard but I think we're pretty quick to it which is good and people have certainly seen it and I've seen a lot of comments say like oh my gosh I had no idea that this was not true so that's not to say that I'm hopeless about the future but that's certainly how I have seen it change the most is just so many more lies Yeah I think that we definitely noticed that with the overturning of Roe vs.
"sami" Discussed on Let's Talk About It
"It's two different things brought me to it. Um, the first just being that I, gosh, when was it? I think it was maybe 2019. I had just had, I broke up with first and only boyfriend I had ever had before my now husband. And I was like very sad girl. And I downloaded Tik TOK, which at the time was like, just a fun app to have. And it wasn't wildly problematic and horrible and disgusting like it is now. It was just fun. And so I just spent a lot of time on it. Um, making random videos, like I almost don't want people to ever go watch the videos that used to make. Cause they were so weird. I don't even understand like totally appropriate, whatever, but just weird stuff. That's just kind of like what that was my outlet to make, um, to make like random videos. And I've always kind of enjoyed video editing and that kind of stuff and social media in general. Um, but then, you know, college happened and COVID happened and everybody got opinions about everything. I feel like including myself, like that's, I feel like that's just the time we all were like stuck in home and we all were like getting to be geniuses or so we thought about every single topic that existed under the sun. And that was definitely me too. Um, and so that's when I really started to dig into basically live action. I don't think I followed any other pro-life accounts. Um, my sister, my twin that I was mentioning earlier, she had been following live action since we were in high school. And so she was actually, um, more knowledgeable about that whole conversation in the beginning anyways, but I just started seeing their content. It was convenient to see, cause it was just through social media, which I think is a huge, huge, important thing for people my age, or at least people college age or high school age is making sure that stuff is convenient to see and easy to understand. And so, um, I was kind of, uh, like I'm pro-life for me, but I totally understand like the exception cases that everybody brings up and, you know, it's not really my thing to say and to speak on. So that was kind of my stance before. And then just throughout the whole COVID time and being stuck in home, I just really started to learn more. And if it's true that abortion actually does kill innocent human beings, like we have to act like that. You can't just say like that, you know exactly what abortion is and what it does, but like, it's not for me to say if it's wrong, because that just shows that you don't really know what abortion is because killing people is wrong. And so I just decided one day that I was going to make a really like simple pro-life apologetics video on my TikTok page. And I don't even really remember what I said on it. And it probably wasn't solid apologetics anyways, cause it was like very beginning for me, but I just made a video and I posted it and it didn't get super viral or anything, but Devin, who is my director now, sorry, if you can hear a screaming baby in the background. He's screaming, but my director now reached out and saw that video. He came across it kind of randomly and was just like, Hey, like, do you want to make pro-life content for the live action TikTok account? Because they had kind of just started it. And they just kind of needed people to make stuff. And I was like, well, I'm like new in this. I don't know what I'm doing. I'm like barely pro-life. But sure. And so I kind of just jumped in and trusted the Lord and you know, the Holy spirit convicted my heart. And I really think that he changed my perspective on it, but also live action helped mentor me a lot and helped shape my pro-life views too, once I was on the team. But I just started as a contractor, making videos here and there, posting them for their TikTok page, and then eventually became an intern and really learned and grew there. And now I'm full time have been for, it'll be two years in November. So that's kind of how it all started. That's awesome. The power of TikTok. Truly, truly. I think it's, yeah. You so funny that you talked about during COVID. I do feel that was such a huge time of being online and yeah, everyone having opinions about everything, no matter what. And I think it's so cool that, yeah, it's nice to see social media being used in a good way because there's definitely the very dark parts of TikTok. And just, I feel like media in general has gotten more pro-abortion, not just pro-choice, but more pro-abortion. I know everyone and I probably even made a TikTok on this, like Dua Lipa's new music video. I feel like our world has just gotten so much more polarized on this issue. I feel like during COVID we got more polarized on a lot of things, but especially on abortion. And I just wonder how do you cope with handling the online hate that comes with being pro-life? Because I feel like I've gotten even more hesitant to even share pro-life things online because it's so polarizing. And yeah, just because not everyone in my life is pro-life. So I just like even nervous to post anything. So it being your entire job, I just, yeah, I wonder how you cope with that hate and then just find even, I don't know, the bravery to do that. Yeah. Yeah. It's, I definitely understand that. And it is really hard, especially at the beginning, I feel like, because you're kind of coming out of the pro-life shell and you like know that others around you are not going to accept it. And so I feel like the beginning was definitely the hardest. And now I'm like, I really don't feel like I get that much online hate because now the people surrounding me are majority pro-life or very tolerant pro-choice friends that I have. So I do feel like just the first steps are the hardest because it's when you'll get the most pushback. But yeah, it's hard to get online hate, but for me, it's just not very hard with random strangers. Like that's all I get now is, you know, this random comment that I have no idea who this person is, who doesn't know me either and says like a, you know, popular take that they've heard somebody else say. And so that's not hard, but when it was family or close friends from college that were coming after what I believed and it felt very personal, it was pretty hard. But I just feel like the reality of the situation begs us to act accordingly. And if it's true that a mass genocide is going on every single day in our country, 2000 babies, over 2000 babies are being killed every single day. If that reality is truly weighing on you, it's like, to me, it's like, how could we not speak out about it? Like no amount of hate or pushback or unfollows or anything should really persuade us to be silent about abortion because unlike with a lot of the horrible, horrible genocides in history, like babies, preborn children can't speak up. Like they have absolutely nobody else to speak up on their behalf.
"sami" Discussed on Let's Talk About It
"Hey, welcome back to Let's Talk About It with Jackie and Megan. We like to talk about things that are messy, awkward, hard, or controversial, and create a space for healing. Hey everyone, welcome back to Let's Talk About It. Today Jackie and I are joined with Sami and we are really excited to talk to her about pro-life advocacy and online advocacy. So Sami, thank you so much for joining us and do you mind just telling our audience a little bit about who you are, what you do? I don't know, fun to act about you. Yeah, sure. Thanks for having me on. It's really, really fun to be able to join you guys. Yeah, I'm a daughter of the king. I'm a wife as of two years ago now. I'm also a boy mom to a little eight month old boy. His name is Owen. He was born December 30th. So it's new and it's really exciting and it's just like the biggest aspect of my life now. So it's like all I talk about, but I also work with live action where we seek to end abortion and make America the most welcoming place in the world to raise a family. And so my contribution to that, I guess I do a lot of things with them, but my main contribution is just making video content, content dedicated to exposing abortion and the industry that's behind it, as well as apologetics videos, just to kind of break down common pro-abortion arguments to help equip other pro-lifers to know how to answer the myriad of pro-abortion arguments that just never seem to stop. And then I've recently honestly been loving making content that just really highlights the beauty of children and motherhood and marriage and all of those things, because it's just, I mean, it's obviously more fun to talk about more joyful and we'll really can't deny how beautiful that is. So yeah, I live in Oregon. I don't know what fun fact, gosh, I'm a twin. That's like always the fun fact. I use really. Yeah. Yeah. She lives in Colorado. So we don't, we obviously don't like post on social media together or anything, but that's my fun fact. Very nice. Well, thank you for what you do. I feel like that's very brave, especially in our world today. Megan and I, we met actually working in pro-life work at a pregnancy care center. So that's how we met. And I don't, I don't think I ever expected to work in pro-life work. Did you, did you, is this something that you thought would be your career, especially in the way that you're doing it on social media? No, no, not at all. I honestly like had no idea what I was going to do with my life, which I feel like is kind of a lot of our answers, at least in college. Like I just won't go to college because like, that's just what people did. I went to GCU and in Phoenix and got my degree in business management and kind of figured I would just get a management job and like, that would be fine. And I'd make money and I'd eventually have a family and that kind of thing. And I wasn't even super pro-life. I wasn't solidly pro-life in college anyways for the first few years at least. And so I definitely didn't think that this would be the line of work that I would end up going to, but the Lord brought me to it and changed my heart on it. And now I honestly couldn't see myself doing anything else. It's just definitely the biggest passion of mine. And it's a huge blessing that this is what I get to do all day. Obviously, wish I didn't have to. I wish abortion was already unthinkable, but yeah, never thought I was going to do it.
A highlight from Episode 65: Pro-Life Advocacy An Interview with Sami Parker
"Hey, welcome back to Let's Talk About It with Jackie and Megan. We like to talk about things that are messy, awkward, hard, or controversial, and create a space for healing. Hey everyone, welcome back to Let's Talk About It. Today Jackie and I are joined with Sami and we are really excited to talk to her about pro -life advocacy and online advocacy. So Sami, thank you so much for joining us and do you mind just telling our audience a little bit about who you are, what you do? I don't know, fun to act about you. Yeah, sure. Thanks for having me on. It's really, really fun to be able to join you guys. Yeah, I'm a daughter of the king. I'm a wife as of two years ago now. I'm also a boy mom to a little eight month old boy. His name is Owen. He was born December 30th. So it's new and it's really exciting and it's just like the biggest aspect of my life now. So it's like all I talk about, but I also work with live action where we seek to end abortion and make America the most welcoming place in the world to raise a family. And so my contribution to that, I guess I do a lot of things with them, but my main contribution is just making video content, content dedicated to exposing abortion and the industry that's behind it, as well as apologetics videos, just to kind of break down common pro -abortion arguments to help equip other pro -lifers to know how to answer the myriad of pro -abortion arguments that just never seem to stop. And then I've recently honestly been loving making content that just really highlights the beauty of children and motherhood and marriage and all of those things, because it's just, I mean, it's obviously more fun to talk about more joyful and we'll really can't deny how beautiful that is. So yeah, I live in Oregon. I don't know what fun fact, gosh, I'm a twin. That's like always the fun fact. I use really. Yeah. Yeah. She lives in Colorado. So we don't, we obviously don't like post on social media together or anything, but that's my fun fact. Very nice. Well, thank you for what you do. I feel like that's very brave, especially in our world today. Megan and I, we met actually working in pro -life work at a pregnancy care center. So that's how we met. And I don't, I don't think I ever expected to work in pro -life work. Did you, did you, is this something that you thought would be your career, especially in the way that you're doing it on social media? No, no, not at all. I honestly like had no idea what I was going to do with my life, which I feel like is kind of a lot of our answers, at least in college. Like I just won't go to college because like, that's just what people did. I went to GCU and in Phoenix and got my degree in business management and kind of figured I would just get a management job and like, that would be fine. And I'd make money and I'd eventually have a family and that kind of thing. And I wasn't even super pro -life. I wasn't solidly pro -life in college anyways for the first few years at least. And so I definitely didn't think that this would be the line of work that I would end up going to, but the Lord brought me to it and changed my heart on it. And now I honestly couldn't see myself doing anything else. It's just definitely the biggest passion of mine. And it's a huge blessing that this is what I get to do all day. Obviously, wish I didn't have to. I wish abortion was already unthinkable, but yeah, never thought I was going to do it.
A highlight from The TRUTH about Sam Altman and WorldCoin
"Set summer in motion with the most adventurous Honda vehicles yet, like the Passport and Pilot Trail Sport and the Ridgeline, built for better off -road performance and engineered for more adventure. Summer is here. For a limited time, well -qualified buyers can get a 3 .9 % APR on a 2023 Honda Pilot, a 2 .9 % APR on a 2023 Passport and a 0 .9 % APR on a 2023 Ridgeline. Buy online, reserved from select dealers, or visit your local Honda dealer today. See dealer for financing details. My worst fears are that we cause significant. We, the field, the technology, the industry, cause significant harm to the world. I think if this technology goes wrong, it can go quite wrong. Artificial generalized intelligence. If you haven't heard of that before, well, I'll bet you probably have even heard of or used Chat GBT, midjourney or any one of the dozens of AI tools that have been taking the world by storm this year. In this video, we're going to be taking a closer look at the man behind the curtain, the mysterious wizard of Silicon Valley, Sam Altman, and we're going to be getting to the truth about him, his companies, what they're building, and, most importantly, what it all means for you and the future of humanity. This might be the most important topic in the world right now, so we want to make sure to bring the BitSquad up to speed. Let's get it! Welcome to BitBoy Crypto! My name has been today. We're doing a deep dive on the king of AI, Sam Altman, finding out what this awkward -looking startup junkie is really all about. Samuel Harris Altman grew up in St. Louis, Missouri. He got his first computer at the age of eight. This was back in the 90s when computers were still using dial -up and Pets .com. In 2005, young Samuel dropped out of Stanford after one year studying computer science, co -founded LÜT, location -based social networking mobile application. Go ahead and smash that like button and turn on the channel notifications, which puts you in the BitSquad. Make sure you stay up to speed with the latest crypto news so you don't drop out of all the best gains in the next bull run. But as the CEO of LÜT, LÜT Altman raised over $30 million in venture capital at the business -savvy age of just 19 years old. Imagine being so rich, you think it's a good idea to give $30 million to a 19 -year -old. Anyways, LÜT failed to gain traction, but Sam was still able to sell it in March 2012 to the Green Dot Corporation for $43 .4 million. Not bad for a first -time failed startup. Just one month later, the dropout failed. The founder co -founded another company, Hydrazine Capital, with his brother Jack. And in February 2014, Sammy's startup was named president of Y Combinator. In 2014, Sam claimed that the total valuation of Y Combinator companies has amassed 65 billion. Their catalog is much more impressive than Sam's resume and includes Airbnb, Dropbox, Coinbase, Instacart, OpenSea and Stripe, among countless others. Altman set a target for Y Combinator to fund 1 ,000 new companies per year, which is so many it makes it seem like Sam is just slinging more and more bad ideas at the wall to see what sticks. In 2015, Altman donated $10 million to start Y Combinator Research, a nonprofit research lab that Sammy funded to research basic income, the future of computing, education and building new cities. All these topics seem related, almost like they're part of a larger plan. Sam co -founded OpenAI with Elon Musk in 2015 and in 2019 announced that he would be stepping back at Y Combinator to focus on being CEO of OpenAI. OpenAI has several products including Doll -E, a generative text -to -image AI tool, Whisper, an AI -driven speech -to -text tool and Codex. But the most famous AI tool that OpenAI built is called ChatGPT. A generative AI tool that returns text, images or videos in response to user input prompts. Now, you input your like and subscribe to the channel to get the latest in crypto news. About 27 % of y 'all aren't subscribed. I don't get it. Now, I don't have time to get into exactly how all this AI stuff works, but just from some basic understanding, generative AI is a broad term for any AI system that primarily creates content. Large language models or LLMs are a type of AI system that works with language and draws from a large set of data and computational power. These can create a foundational model which is a term for AI systems that can be applied to a range of purposes. So ChatGPT is a foundational generative AI model that's based on a large language model. Okay, so sorry if that was confusing. I think this stuff is pretty cool, and it's important to understand what all these geeks are talking about with this stuff. I got to research it. I guess they know it intuitively. Moving on. ChatGPT was so popular that it reached 100 million users just two months after launching in 2022, which set an all -time record for user adoption. In response to this unprecedented user demand, Microsoft, a longtime investor in OpenAI, decided to increase their investment and extend their partnership, announcing in January 2023 that they would be investing an additional $10 billion into OpenAI. By now, you might be wondering, Ben, that's all great, but what does Sami have to do with crypto? Back in 2019, when he stepped away from Y Combinator to run OpenAI, Altcoin Altman also co -founded Tools for Humanity, the company building a global IRIS -based biometric cryptocurrency system called Worldcoin. What is Worldcoin? Well, according to Sam, Worldcoin was conceived as a prototype for universal basic income, which Sam sees as inevitable due to the rise of the technology that Sam keeps building himself. Also, it seems like if he would stop building all these things, then we won't have to depend on him to protect us from them. So weird. Sam tried to keep this project quiet at first, probably because it sounds so evil, but the idea simply is this. Users get paid in Worldcoin in a wallet they can use in the Ethereum ecosystem and runs on Optimism's tech stack. WLD tokens will be claimed by people and to verify your identity and unique personhood, Worldcoin wants to scan your IRIS using a super evil -looking silver camera called The Orb. I swear you can't make this stuff up. Worldcoin has a kiosk in Barcelona, offering free french fries in exchange for scanning your IRISes. Good thing I only eat freedom fries. Some offer a $10 rebate on purchases. Some offer a chance to win a new car. Where's Bob Barker when you need him? But whatever paltry bribe Sam Altman and his Worldcoin henchmen are offering, I guarantee you that it's not worth it. Details on this project are still deliberately being kept under wraps, but basic human intuition should tell you whatever they're up to, it's dystopian at best and an evil conspiracy to control the world at worst. My friends at Altcoin Daily said it well. Your eyes will be scanned. You will give up your biometrics data. You will accept your UBI and WLD coin. Sounds like exactly what the World Economic Forum has been planning for years. The scariest part? It's working. Hundreds of thousands of users are being quietly onboarded to Worldcoin in exchange for one of Sam's silly little bribes. According to Nansen, Ethereum layer 2 scaling solution, Optimism Arbitrum surpassed in daily transactions for the first time since January. The spike in activity began on July 24. The same day Worldcoin token went live on the Optimism mainnet. Although Worldcoin is careful to try and hide this information, they definitely do not advertise what's really going on. If you look close at the privacy deep dive section of their website, you'll see they say they're collecting a lot more than just users' irises. They need lots of data to make sure that the orbs are trained to recognize eyes regardless of who had scans. Initial scans targeted mostly children in developing countries like Chile, Indonesia and Sudan. I'm all in favor of decentralized digital identity, but there are a ton of great projects that are working on solutions for that. And none of them have relied on this creepy system of bribing poor children in third world countries so they can harvest their biometric data. There has to be a better way. Now, if you're like me, this kind of behavior by one centralized company, especially a company run by Sam Altman, the man trying to build the world's first AGI, it should worry you. Apparently, it worries European regulators too. Last week, French privacy watchdog group said the legality of this collection seems questionable as to the conditions for storing biometric data. They're coordinating their ongoing investigation with German authorities as well. Britain's information commissioner's office also confirmed that it was making inquiries. Even Ethereum co -founder Vitalik Buterin warned Worldcoin has major issues and pointed out that iris scans could inadvertently expose a person's sex, ethnicity and maybe even their medical conditions. Talk about a privacy risk. How many of you incels living in your mom's basement want people to know that you never even had sex? Oh, that's not what they're talking about? Despite what seems to be nearly universal concerns about Worldcoin's operations, Altman says they're going strong and onboarding one new verified person every eight seconds. That's a bull run. A bull ride. Crazy to think about, but at that rate, it would take them five years to get to 20 million users. So Altman's plans to 5X Worldcoin's onboarding capacity, well, it's going to be done by the end of the year. And now we get to the most interesting part of the story to meet anyways, and that's Altman's ongoing and highly public feud with the Dogefather himself, Elon Musk. A short version of how this conflict started is in 2018, Elon approached the other founders of OpenAI and expressed concern that the company had fallen hopelessly behind Google in the quest for AGI. Musk proposed that he take over OpenAI in order to catch up. The other founders rejected his bid. Musk eventually left the company and withdrew his funding. Altman eventually took over, and the two have been in competition and even some conflict ever since. When Chat GBT launched in November of 2022, OpenAI instantly became the hottest name in tech. Musk was reportedly furious. In December 2022, Musk pulled OpenAI's access to Twitter's data, ending a contract sign before Musk acquired Twitter. February 17, Elon tweeted, OpenAI was created as an open source, which is why I named it OpenAI, non -profit company to serve as a counterweight to Google, but now it has become a closed source maximum profit company effectively controlled by Microsoft. On March 15, he tweeted, I'm still confused as to how a non -profit to which I donated about $100 million somehow became a $30 billion market cap for profit. If this is legal, why doesn't everyone do it? That's Bill Gates. He does it. Altman finally fired back in an interview saying about Elon, I mean, he's a jerk, whatever else you want to say about him, but I think he does really care, and he is feeling very stressed about what the future is going to look like for humanity, which is very interesting because a lot of this sounds exactly like conversations I had with Sam Bankman -Fried around the time of the FTX collapse. Things he said about me to me and to other people was he knew that I really cared about the stuff that I was talking about, but I just was going about it the wrong way. Very eerie similarities there. The reason for their dispute though seems to come down to both men wanting to prove themselves. Elon wants to be the man who took down Google and Twitter, and Altman seems to just want to make up for the fact that his first startup would fail. He tweeted in February, I failed pretty hard in my first startup. It sucked! And I'm doing pretty well in my second. The thing I wish someone told me during the first one is that no one else thinks about your failures as much as you do and that as long as you don't psych yourself out, you can try again. It's crazy the two guys with such big brains can be still so small -minded. So we talked a lot about Sam Altman, but what's the takeaway here? What's really at stake in this story? Well, I think it goes back to where we started. Fear. Altman is a prepper. He said in 2016, I have guns, gold, potassium, iodide, antibiotics, batteries, water, gas masks from the Israeli Defense Force and a big patch of land and big shore I can fly to. What is he prepping for? Well, he doesn't say. But the key is the answer to that question was asked in Congress on May 16, 2023. What's his biggest fear? My worst fears are that we cause significant. We, the field, the technology, the industry cause significant harm to the world. I think if this technology goes wrong, it can go quite wrong. So it's clear that Sam is consciously aware of the risks of what he's doing, but he's doing it anyway. He's taking an attitude of technological determinism, the idea that anything can be done will be done. So why not do it first? Why not create the tools for a dystopian nightmare future and then have all the power you need to avoid it right there in your hand? There's just one problem with that. If you believe in technological determinism, you also believe that the path of technology is the same for everyone, which means that anyone else could go down the same path and beat you to the prize at the finish line. And what's that prize? Well, if you ask Sam, artificial general intelligence, AGI, which means a piece of software that combines solutions to new unfamiliar tasks, basically code that can actually think. It's likely that the creation of such a piece of technology would lead to what's known to sci -fi nerds as the technological singularity, got in a box. The singularity refers to a point at which technological growth becomes uncontrollable and irreversible, resulting in unforeseeable changes to humanity and civilization. OpenAI published a paper in April concluding that the latest OpenAI model exhibits many traits of intelligence, including abstraction, comprehension, vision, coding and understanding of human motives and emotions. In June, The New York Times published an article alleging that many leaders of Silicon Valley are becoming concerned that the singularity may already be here, and we just haven't realized it yet. Altman himself stated during his recent appearance on Lex Freeman podcast that he believes that multiple teams will create AGI while working on different projects in different parts of the world at roughly the same time. In other words, Sam isn't just worried that he won't get to the singularity first. He's worried that even if he does, his creation still won't be enough to save him from itself. And that's Sam Altman's worst fear. Sam once tweeted, AI is the tech the world has always wanted, but we don't want it if it means we have to let him scan our eyes and unleash something on mankind that has the power to take over every aspect of our lives before we even realize we've lost control. Let me know down below in the comments what you think about Sam Altman and his plans to control the future of civilization. And let me know what you think about AI and which projects are using it in creative ways that might give them an edge in the next bull run. And most importantly, Sam Altman vs Sam Bankman -Fried in a cage match, who wins? That's all I got. Be blessed. BitBoy out.
Passengers restrain man who tried to stab flight attendant
"A passenger who helped restrain a threatening man on a flight from Los Angeles to Boston over the weekend says it was a case of teamwork. Sami Gucci says he was seated several roads behind the man, who prosecutors say tried to open the plane's emergency door before trying to stab a flight attendant with a broken metal spoon. Says he heard the man getting louder and louder before he started yelling and screaming and threatening to kill people. Federal authorities have identified him as Francisco Torres. Gucci says he was among 5 or 6 passengers who piled on to Tories and removed the spoon from his grasp. Tories was arrested. He has been charged with interference and attempted interference with flight crew members and attendants using a dangerous weapon. I'm Mike Hempen
"sami" Discussed on The Corner
"The most brilliant thing they did with money in the bank with CM Punk is Cena came out first, right? Yep. No wait, Cena came out a second. Second, call. Punk. Punk came out, hugged his parents. Did everything sat in the ring cross like, but what they did, what they did, the beauty of it all is they just let it breathe for that music hit. And you know Sam is getting ready to come out. But just to build that momentum. And that because that crowd, that CM Punk money in the bank crowd is that still gives me goosebumps before his music hits as soon as the promo stops airing on the jumbotron. The olay chance for Sami Zayn are going to be so damn loud. It's going to be crazy. And if he comes out with a new year, yeah, Cole that crowd is going to be stupid. Insane. It'll probably give me goosebumps. Yeah, I think we're on track for something really special here to begin this. Now, I think we get to the ending and it's hard to get, it's hard to get too wacky with this one, but hopefully I have something drawn up here. But I think what we're going to do is we're going to go back to the well here a little bit. Roman's going to win one way, shape, or form, and then he's going to commence operation beat down of Sami Zayn. And I think Roman is going to do something similar to what he wanted Sammy to do with the Royal Rumble and the chair and go, okay, you got to do your thing. You got to hit Kevin. But I think that role is now going to go to Jay. I think Roman is going to test J and J is going to be very conflicted about it. And then what I think happens is Jay is going to tease like he's going to hit Roman. But that Jimmy steps in the way. My thought behind this being, when they concluded their tag match, they were talking backstage and Jay was like, Jimmy, I would never, like, I'm never gonna let you down. And Jimmy was like, but the bloodline though, right? And Jay was like, I don't know. Jay's allegiance will always be with his brother. No matter what's going on with the bloodline. And I think Jay might be conflicted enough to try to go back after Roman, but Jimmy's gonna step in the way. And then that may be buys enough time for Kevin Owens to come out and basically like rescue Sami Zayn from further beat down and the pay per view ends. That's what I'm going with. Going similar to Cole, but not all that way. One, I'm taking the old man's idea for the match itself. Sami Zayn comes out, the pop is crazy. Everything's good. Immediately hits a lunatic. Immediately, bell rings, boom, louver kick, pigs, Roman Reigns up again in the corner, second Hulu kick. Boom, pins, near fall, crowd goes crazy, Roman kicks out. Sammy gets no offense after. Rowan beats the shit out of him, like to the point of when he said I'm beating you in front of your friends, your family, everything he is going to beat the hell out of him and dismantle him. Roman went clean, beat in the shit out Sami Zayn, mega heel. 'cause people all had his hope there eliminating the hope that quick over. Then he's being the hell out of him, Hancock's come out, the ladies load the handcuffs. Kinky role. He handcuffs Sammy to the thing bloodline comes out. Exact same scenario. Jimmy and solo come out super kicking Sammy. All that good stuff. Sammy's all beaten down the crowds booing the hell out of everyone. Jay runs out with a chair. Everyone thinks he's going to save Sammy. He runs out slides in the ring with the chair, looks around. By Cole said, it looks like he's going to hit Roman. No one steps in. Instead of hitting Roman, he swings it, he hit Sammy. His allegiance is always to them. He doesn't turn. Now everyone boost the shit out of Jay, him and his brother hugged. Thank you. This is what it should always been. This is what it should have been last month at Royal Rumble. This is where we are. We are family. That's when Kevin Owens comes out. Clears out the ring of all of them. Tribal chief included, he gets the hell out of there. He saves Sammy. They hug the music hits. And that's how we end the pay per view. Jay's a allegiance is clear. Kevin's allegiance is clear. Him and Jimmy are good, the bloodline looks stronger than ever because it's great to beat the bloodline. It's great to have cracks in a bud line, and that's the reason you beat them. It's better for all of them to beat them when they're a 100% strong united unit. Interesting. I hear both of you guys points. I would just ask a couple of questions before we get out of here. One, does Roman cheap somewhere in this match? Because and here's why I asked that. If Roman cheats a low blow when the rest are not looking in Heyman to try something like that, it gives Sammy hope in a later match. Because if Roman just runs over Sammy, that's kind of at the end of Sammy versus Roman. But if Sammy gets close to winning, Roman chiefs and then annihilates him, I think now you have a story that you can play four months down the line where Sammy tries to get his revenge. Not mad at it. So does Roman sheet? I'm okay with the cheating aspect, but no, I'm all right if that's what turns the tide after the Louvre kicks, like some real cheating like low blow shit and Sammy never gains momentum again. I think what keeps Sammy strong is his ability to take the beating from all of them. So as they're beating the hell out of him, him to finally getting back up every time. Maybe a wave like give me more. Like you guys don't got shit on me. He's waving them on. He's willing to take them one on three. And then it looks like Jay's helping him blah, blah, blah. And I want to split the baby on both of you guys predictions. Because there is still this idea and I don't know if they're going to lean into it or not, that Jay is still conflicted with Rome, right? There's a part of me that just wants Jay goes in there and he's like, no question I'm smashing Sammy, right? Because what do you think would turn to my family? But to Cole's point,
"sami" Discussed on The Corner
"It's hard figuring out Gargano's path after this, right? Is it all in the ring? Brussels Reed, he's about as aimless as carrying cross right now. He came in with The Miz and it was just like, well, what are we doing? These squashes and stuff, Ali, it's like so he's better than Kerry crossman. He isn't a better spot, but it's like something between all of them. I don't know. I'm curious, but Kim Gargano will be a good feud after. Yeah, but theory wins, yeah, there's no way he doesn't. And then main event time, the tribal chief, Roman Reigns, versus his hometown hero, Sami Zayn, in the main event, Jay and Jimmy Uso were told to stay home. Watch this on television. No, I mean, Roman watched a little TV last week too. Low last Friday. He saw a certain acknowledgment. Of an us from Sami Zayn, we're going to find out a lot on SmackDown Friday night. Obviously, we're recording this before then. But on Saturday where we're really going to see where the culmination of this happens and I believe we're going to really branch out and just get Roman focusing on kodi after that. Yeah. And the story is going to lean towards Jay and Sammy, however, however this plays out. So yeah, I think to me there's almost no chance to be in Jay, don't show up. It's like they kind of have to. I keep reading different things about who can enter and who can because of Jimmy's legal issues, but I feel like they may have done this cleared up. Jimmy gonna say is that's a home. But Jay has to show up. Yes. And it feels like Kevin has to show up too. Because there's going to be no pop bigger than Kevin and Sammy together to close the show. First of all, Cody and Sammy had a great segment on raw. People hated that. Some people thought it made Samuel look super weak. Yeah, well, I mean, the reality is, is that Sam is not lying. Like Sammy is acknowledged the tribal chief, but he spent his whole time saying this guy can beat everybody. So yeah, it would be okay for him to do himself because the story ain't Sammy and Roman. It's Sammy and Jay. And Sammy's gonna put on a hell of a match. He's probably gonna give Roman one of his best matches. He's gonna come up short. I don't know, even though if Jay costs him, I just know J has to show up to abuse him at some point in this match. And that's when Kevin Owens returns, but there's a lot of people Cody's gone on talking about maybe a triple threat. And I know exactly why they're doing that to make this ending less predictable. But we know how this is going to end. Sami Zayn is going to lose, Kevin Owens should come back. We head this way, but I'm looking forward to the math. I think it's going to be a really good match. I need people to be okay with Sam losing. Goal. And I think even to that point, I do believe that the crowd who wants, I think there's all part of us that want to see Sammy get over Roman. But here, Sam going over Roman here, I believe, is much more of a minority than we really believe it is. Again, Cody comes out to the ring and his pops are he is not getting seen as sucks. Chance. You know? Like Cody is super duper like the guy. And the crowd eats him up. So it's going to be roadie and Coleman. A Roman and Cody. Wow. At WrestleMania. So yeah, Jimmy and Jay are not bullshit. They're not going to be home. They're going to be in Canada. I have two questions for you guys. One on a scale of zero to CM Punk money in the bank in Chicago. How big is that pop gonna be for Sami Zayn? Oh my God. In Montreal and bell center air. So it's going to be big no matter what, right? Road warrior pop. It'll be CM Punk level big. They do two things. If he comes out to the original music, he brings that back. And I know they've been going away from that. They've been giving people new music. There's not today. Give them back. His original music. And if he cuts the beer and cuts the hair down. So he looks like NXT Sammy. The place will explode with just a haircut. Have we seen Sam with his shirt off lately? Yeah, rent. When was the last time we saw the shirt off? They ripped their shirt off two months ago through them the new shirt, and then they ripped it off when they beat the shit out of it. Okay. I was looking at it because WrestleMania shape is a thing. If you look at Cody rose right now, he looks incredible. And I feel like Sammy needs a new look, that disheveled looked at his head. You're absolutely right. I mean, there's only one thing. That could top this all off. If Kevin Owens somehow makes the save and pulls out the mask, it'll be over a lot of people's heads. But the el generico mask, I might cry. If Kevin Owens comes out there and he just pulls it out and just presented this to him and it just goes off the air. And that crowd because they know it. Anyway, el generico is. Steve narco is back. Oh boy. That's the only thing at the top, but to answer the question called, it's going to be one of the biggest problems we've heard since punk and money in the bank. That's and you
"sami" Discussed on The Corner
"No momentum going in this match. It was like the winner faces Gunther. And I'm like, wait, the winter face is probably the most menacing presence in pro wrestling, and I was like, I've already saw Reagan nerf. That'd be Santos Escobar is like, I don't even know what you're doing with it. A couple weeks ago. Right. And Santos I was like, could be cool, but he has no momentum going to this match. Cross has nothing so they don't really want to make him lose. So I guess we're going to kill mad cat monster Elimination Chamber, but I was like, that's like a kick-off match. That's not even at the chamber. I thought it was. No? Go home show. This is just going to nerf them. And nobody cares about mad cat moss. What a terrible induced SmackDown. Ridiculous. First match since we're on the subject. Of the chamber edge Beth Phoenix versus the Judgment Day Finn Balor Ripley. I'll get my prediction then Cole, you can give yours. Again, simple the match doesn't have to be too long. I think ria has to look strong throughout, shout out to the dudes at what culture, who have a really off the wall, but cool prediction, where it's like, you know what? Rhea has to look the strongest after this, figure out Finn and edge after. But reassured riptide edge advantage. And I was like, but that kind of sucks for edge going into mania. So I don't think you can really do that. But I don't need any cheating or anything else. I think Rhea just really has to beat the shit out of Beth Phoenix distract edge and Finn has to win, but like really on some wild concerto edge type shit, tried to end edge after it. I need three of the 19 13s. I need the coup de grace. I need all that shit. I need him to pin him and then still now Rhea has to watch edge get the concerto and be like, oh my God, it's kind of like the role reversal and Finn do to edge what Rhea did to Beth. And then you got to get that blood feud heat. Cool. Yeah, I think this is tough because I think I always envision this as being what they were going to lead up to to mania and then obviously Rhea winning the rumble kind of changed all that. So now it's kind of like this was supposed to be a really big personal feud and now we're kind of doing it here before ria has to take care of like bigger business. So it kind of puts this match in a weird spot. I'm of the mind that Judgment Day has to get some W's here. So yeah, I think that ending could very well come true where it's edge kind of taking more of the brunt whereas Beth kind of took the brunt of it at extreme rules. So really, I just want to see Finn come out to virtual insanity. That's really all I want. So how do we make that work? Wow. Have you made it? Sorry. Make this match messy. And what I mean by that is, I need some dominate Mysterio interference, and I need ready to come back in this match. I think the best thing you can do is make this as messy as possible without giving us too much of edge and fin, if that's what we're going to do at mania. So if we get a ray run in and the Dominic run in and everybody's just doing crazy shit and then the end of the match is messy, you can go back to edge and fin and be like, they didn't really finish their business. You kind of clearly protect Rhea, I mean, I don't know if Beth's still east to pin, but make this shit messy. I don't want this to be like your typical intergender tag match was like, tag the girl and the girls I'm going to fight each other. I just want this to be messy as hell. That's what I want. But it should lose again and then I don't know it has to be some kind of stipulation. There has to be him and Finn just can't have a match. No. It has to be something else. It's weird because I don't know because Damian priest clearly wouldn't eliminate chamber. What does that leave him? I don't know. But Dominic has interfered on behalf of Rhea and ray should come back because we got to start a table setting for Dominic array. So make it messy, have Finn and rear win and maybe edge takes the pen. I don't know. We got to figure out how to get there. But then again, I don't want edge to win that mania. It's a weird thing. Is this a lot of moving parts here? This is the one few that was really hot. And then cooled off and it's like, now they got to figure it out because you got a lot of other stories that have built a lot more momentum. Like holt said Rhea moved on to bigger things. So a cool this off because it's like Beth is a speed bump. You don't know where we're going. Next up, Bobby Lashley versus Brock Lesnar, match I think opens the card. Over under 6 minutes for this match. Entrance is not included. Look, I'll start. I'll start. And you guys can go back around. My only concern about this match is that probably shouldn't have no contest. Because are they supposed to do this at mania? So there's a two trains of thought here. One, the herb is back together just destroy Brock, which leads to these two having a steel cage match at WrestleMania. So I
"sami" Discussed on The Corner
"Have to Kenny has to remind people, I was a champion. I beat will ospreay at wrestle kingdom. That badass that we saw at wrestle kingdom, we don't see him in AW right now. They're playing basketball. Yeah. I need the motivation for talent to be there to be present because you've got to set up the next people because we all think MGS is going to beat Danielson, but right now if you ask me, there's nobody that feels motivated to go after MJF. It's a weird spot that they're in. Definitely. You don't have to script promos. You don't have to put telling their box, but you should script your storylines and long term booking. Understand that because thrown off sometimes with injuries. But you want to see these stories collide and interchange in all make sense. But right now, everything's just disjointed. Everything's a separate story. It doesn't feel like you're watching, and that's something WWE does great. It feels like you're watching one long movie every Monday. One on movie every Friday. This just feels like a bunch of random episodes. This is sketch comedy. This is SNL. You're just throwing a bunch of shit out there and yeah, it's funny. But that's it. I need a reason. That's all. I need a reason. Yeah, we need to make this a sitcom. And you make the Seinfeld. We need to make this it's always sunny, which I just started watching. You need to make it something good. Right. And make it make sense. Now let's you know what? Shift gears. Finally, it's time to talk WWE. But I had a lot of that AW shit on my mind. It's a long show. Might as well. Yeah.
"sami" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"8th consecutive increase in bank rates since December of last year. We've raised rates by a total of 2.9 percentage points during that period. The biggest increase for over 30 years and that's going to mean higher borrowing costs higher mortgage rates and also higher costs for businesses, the biggest single thing we can do is to help the Bank of England bring down inflation. Bloomberg daybreak, Europe. On Bloomberg radio. Good morning it is 9 30 a.m. in London ten 30 a.m. in Frankfurt. I'm Tom Mackenzie. And I'm Caroline happier. You're listening to Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Okay, let's check in on your markets as we do every 15 minutes. Currently you are looking at some pretty solid gains relative, of course, given what the futures were pointing out early this morning before the open of European trade futures had pointing, being pointing lower, but currently they're gaining 6 tenths of a percent close to 6 tenths of a percent futures in the U.S. also up around four tenths of a percent on the S&P E minis. China, the session there have been pretty solid again, particularly those tech stocks listed in Hong Kong, building on the significant gains that we saw on Friday, brushing off the reiteration of COVID zero by officials in Beijing, and in terms of your currency markets currently, the Bloomberg dollar index is down two tenths of a percent. So that's lifting some sentiment as well in terms of this risk on that we are starting to see at least this button session Euro dollar is up three tenths of a percent pound is trading at one 14 reversing the earlier pressure in the session currently up 7 tenths of a percent. In terms of your benchmark yields, the U.S. ten year four 15, not a lot of movement there in terms of yields, yields high by two basis points at the front end, the U.S. two year trading at four 68. Brent, we continue to, of course, watch what is happening in the commodity space this ties into the China story where exports and imports came in much lower than expected $98 a barrel just down two tenths of a percent. That's a check on your markets at 9 31 here in the City of London. Right, let's go to our top stories now. Cop 27 climate talks have begun with a landmark deal to discuss how rich countries can help pay for the damage caused by global warming elsewhere. A year of record heat drought and floods has added urgency to the two week conference that's taking place in Egypt in Sharm el Sheik, Sami shukri is the new cop 27 president and has laid out his plans for the event. Climate change and its impact is existential and thereby we should not take the easy road of backtracking, supposedly on the premise that there are other priorities. This is the main priority for the globe. So the cop 27 presidents comments come as data shows that the world is currently expected to miss the goal of limiting global warming to one and a half degrees Celsius by the end of the century. Meanwhile, in corporate news, Apple says it will ship fewer premium iPhones than previously expected as a result of softer demand and ongoing lockdowns in China, more from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini. Apple says it expects strong demand for the iPhone 14 pro and the iPhone 14 pro max, but the lockdowns mean customers will have to wait longer for them. And the comments come after China's government last week suddenly locked down the world's biggest iPhone factory until November 9th and declared the Foxconn plant off limits because of a COVID outbreak. Many workers flood last week as word of the lockdown spread but some production is still continuing there with a closed loop system that limits remaining employee contact with the outside world. That was Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini. Meanwhile, in a separate statement, Foxconn's parent on high said it is lowering its fourth quarter outlook to factor in the lockdown in zhengzhou. Meanwhile, more tech news, Facebook's parent meta is reportedly planning layoffs that will affect thousands of staff from this week, The Wall Street Journal reports that job cuts could be announced as soon as Wednesday, with employees already told to cancel non-essential travel, meta is struggling with growing losses from its metaverse business and a slowdown in legacy products. Meanwhile, in the UK, prime minister Rishi sunak is facing mounting scrutiny from within his own party after messages appear to show one of his cabinet members, bullying a female colleague. Cabinet office minister Oliver dowden says sunak was unaware of the text when he gave Gavin Williamson a new senior ministerial post, labor front bencher Ed Marlon Miliband is horrified. Rishi sunak was making decisions simply in his own narrow short term interests as far as the Conservative Party leadership was concerned, not the national interest. And there needs to be an urgent independent investigation to exactly what happened. We can't
Sammy 'the Bull' Gravano Was Doing Right by La Cosa Nostra
"But now after all these years have passed, it's plain to see, and if you listen to the Sammy's podcast call our thing, John was the one who was going against the rules of what they call la Cosa Nostra. Our thing. And it was Sammy, who was upholding those rules. And if you ever listen to his podcast, you'll understand what he did was so right with respect to the rules of la Cosa Nostra. John Gotti loved the attention so much. He was a narcissist to the tenth degree in Sami would say, you know, they'd go out sometimes and John would say, Sammy said these two people over there about a bar looking in the morning get rid of them, you know, tell them to leave. He said, no, no, Sammy, that's my public. And Sammy remembers saying my public. Who the fuck says my public? We're gangsters, John, was supposed to be under the radar. And then John would buy them a bottle of champagne and sign his name and it just, it flew in the face of what Sammy believed la Cosa Nostra meant. And he's
Charlie Sheen and Denise Richards's Daughter Sami Calls Mom's House 'Abusive,'
"Let's talk about charlie sheen and denise richards. He tend to forget that they were together because like so much happening in the world but they have a daughter and her name sammy. She's seventeen years old and just like we see many of times. These teenage celebrity kids have a platform. It's called tick taha hood where where they now have this platform and there followed. Because not only do they have their friends and they can have a viral video in ten seconds but they're related to celebrities like charlie sheen and denise richards there her mom and dad and she says that she was in an abusive trapped in an abusive household little over a year ago been deleted. But you know once it's put on the internet it's there forever. We don't know who sammy was living with. Some of my sources are saying. It was on the denise side and sammy rancher charlie but we all know charlie's paths so we're left to just be like you know ooh She says now finally moved out of the hell. House had a spiritual awakening own two cats happy single full of self love and dropped out of high. Sam i agree with everything. Maybe except for the last part but You know she said she says and she looks much happier than than previous posts before. So it'll be interesting over the next few years actually with all these children who are younger like ten twelve and as soon as they get talk. They don't realize the magnitude that a post even though they've lived the life they have this platform. Now where the simplest thing where you think. You're you're telling mom and dad you know you're just writing them out or just trying to be goofy. It could go viral
Did Hamdi Kayapinar Kill Sami Yilmaz?
"Saami yilmaz a retired specialists. Sergeant vigilantly patrolled the private villa of his latest client a wealthy businessman but as he made his rounds he was also being watched. A man with a hunting rifle hid nearby silently observing yilmaz. He bided his time as the security guard walked the perimeter waiting patiently until there was no one else around when the time had come the man leaned out from the shadows and squeeze the trigger yilmaz drop to the ground dead. The gunman ran to his body and rifled through his pockets. He stole money in any other valuables he could find including yilmaz gun after concealing the weapons. The assailant hopped onto a bright red bicycle and fled the scene. During the subsequent investigation authorities watched almost one thousand hours of surveillance footage since the killer's face was covered by a ski mask. They didn't have much hope of identifying him. That is until the video showed the assassin riding his red bike. The image gave them chills in the past. There was an active serial killer in the area known for traveling on a similar red bike known as the canal monster. The murderer had already been caught and convicted. But he'd been released from prison just a year earlier while it seemed that an ex-con who'd already served his time would take such a risk. This particular killer was undoubtedly reckless the canal monster murders just a few months after the culprit finished serving time. For killing his younger
Off-Duty DEA Agent Arrested on Capitol Riot Charges
"For photographs with a gun. Outside the U. S capitol during the January 6th riot. A video shows Mark Sami Ibrahim carrying a flag that bears the words Liberty or death. Conservative talk show host Larry Elder's filed a
"sami" Discussed on The Ham Radio Show
"Can't get done the right way. Well then they can all just suck dicks. And that's why. I'm here to tell you exactly who's dick needs. Suck in the most cyber the wto news bitch. Why not. This is what we do. Billy from time to time i i can see it in. Billy's heartening his mind his eyes. I could see her. Fullness season is. He's trying to find something else i by the way. This is what you call stretching for time. Because i didn't set up the actual wgn news own guy. Exactly it's a little bit of a gay sausage time to time. I do have to find a little button. i'm very jagged. I was a little bit but here are we going to the. Wg of news first dory four soon so meaty the trump dumper a seventy year old man from ohio way home of sammy callahan. Eye has been revealed as serial defecate her who hasn't been leaving piles of shit inning tabor's front yard because they quote are democrats. It's important joe biden jerry. Hi billy i mean. People are gonna think that we can't pay the rent. That's a lot of shit exactly terry. Dietrich has been identified as the political pooper ever. His neighbors caught him in the act. Who have you when you walk up to your neighbor. Not do you see them shitting but now at this point they're pancer down there shitting on your front lawn clean like hey bill. What's going on. Come up just taking. You gotta go to jail. I'm saying well he's been to leeann. You know yes he did he hitting the shape of a pension he was running also follow him from the trailers shit was diarrhea. I'd say it like that teach. I was in jersey that was on the field and taking it down the track. They watched as he pooped and pop. The swat may deposit on their lawn. He then stood up and walked away. He didn't even wipe hilly all the leaves around. You would do something. Scoot on the grass. Like a dog. Poison ivy dave that. A lot cleaning bathrooms nettle foolish. No toilet paper ninety nine. I was thinking that people like outtakes brigadier our city s. I don't know why people by the way who just. Because i used to work where he worked and i got to say in the bathrooms. I never understood why we would have actual toilets and people would shit everywhere but the toilet side and shit. Yeah that a lot of people they don't want to sit on the ball does stay up shit on the ceiling is a possible knowing his happy sailing down and shit fight up our bet you i bet you that the same people that should on the ceilings are the same people that right on internet chat rooms The owners of the house gave a description of the man's head police. It's the guy with shit in his draws them to them and let them street the dietrich who is a retired school teacher bill. Another teacher taken shits to the police that he targeted the home. Because the residents are democrats and support joe biden. Good reason and that he is trump man. Digitals are omitted to urinating and defecating on their loan. Multiple times in fact homeowners believed. He may be may have been doing it for the past ten years now. i did. Math trump was only in office. How long right democrats forever. My shit knows no party lines. Bill well he was also shit own. I bet he's married a whole bed. Oh problem yeah. He's probably an issue right. Clinton she each's as rights on internet chat removes. Police didn't resident but they did cite him for littering. So he did get a littering for tangiers for sitting on your lawn shitting on someone else's lawn so this ain't littering littering and it was his utah entering in ohio. Ohio that's micro. Hi so. I actually saw the take that video but it hasn't been taken down. This was the title back to school. Okay texas mom is under arrest facing criminal charges after. She disguised herself as a thirteen year. Old daughter right. She meant g pretty much spent most of the day at school day except for the last period. Now i i also the one thing i do wanna bring up android sport. Is i believe that the masks had a little bit to do it okay. Thirty year old. Casey garcia wasn't just looking for the fountain of youth. She was trying to show how loose the security was in her seven. Read daughters. school makes sense to me. Yeah. she recorded herself. Going through the wardrobe and makeup making yourself look younger filner south throughout the day as she sat in class and even interact with teachers. See them posted the video on social media. Now she made it to lunch. Because i do so. She was eating pizza. And then saying that the peaches are so thank god. You're gonna take video. How horrible school. Lunches garcia actually made it through most of the day undetected until someone got wise reported her to the principal who called the beliefs. She was then promptly arrested and charged with falsifying records and trespassing but she also managed to prove a point. The superintendent sent a letter to parents explaining that the school will revamp. Its security. Now here is my takeaways from this. Okay dude one. You're wearing a mask that covers at least seventy percent of your face and she had the hoodie up. Never just like glasses. She and her daughters glasses on. She was wearing a mask. The governor face and hooding. I understand your whole logic of trying to show how and in this day and age. School shootings abductions. I get all that crap. But you went about it. The wrong way nancy. You went about it the wrong way because you did do. You didn't trespass you did. Fuck falsify records because you signed off on a lot of stuff that was probably for your daughter and you signed off on paperwork and all that other great stuff so technically even though you were fucking trying to prove that you're right you're ultimately wrong at the end of the day. And the reason why i know we can fucking tell the difference between you and your fucking ugly obviously ugly daughter biggest if you're thirty something and your only in the seventh grade and they mistake her body for your body. Well maybe that girl needs to stay out of the school cafeteria. That's gonna ask that. They not realize that diane's asks was a little bigger than a lot bigger than it was yesterday. She could've been a petite woman would she wanted. She didn't look petite. We look. i only seen from that. Just see that day just showed you her going in past security and oh hi and she's like oh you know waving man's going right but i mean you know like how those avoid the voice do disguised his also had a you take a thirty year old.
"sami" Discussed on The Ham Radio Show
"sami" Discussed on The Ham Radio Show
"Dance but even if he's not still watch the card. I still check it out exactly. I think that sammy callahan. If even if he's not in the match will somehow be there to rune either. Moose's night or kenny omega. I think think he can handle it and just like the maintenance guy from caddyshack he'll be in the home okay. He'll be there will happen. It will be against all odds this saturday. Eight pm live on impact loss and fight dot tv. Sammy thank you for being on the show bro. Actually like you guys anytime you want to do it again. Dr. we'll make it happen another round of applause. Sammy thank you buddy and thank you and your bill. Murray type life. Think he's gone. Those greatest belong here. I thought he walked out the door. We can't get rid of sammy sosa. Stop him the saturday. No they go right by sammy man. You never know what. I'm just hanging out playing. I'm gonna hang up the phone sam's gonna call back going. I'm still here. Just hanging out dude was by myself. Then you hear all right. Sammy thanks buddy. Good luck sammy right. Hey sammy callahan. This saturday i'm telling you we showed up at against all odds fight dot tv impact was contact your local cable providers anymore. Google goddamn impact wrestling against lodge. You'll figure it out for yourself at seven one. Eight five seven seven thirteen thousand nine billion. Would you be so sweet and push that button. We'll be right back after these words gentlemen. Let's rawdon our minds. The ham radio show. You'll know worth ham. radio show. Eighty publications has probably been serving here dope street for over twenty years with news and resources for the strip clubs cancers visit publications dot com to find out more about their yearly eating expo convention and awards magazine subscription and advertising offers. The following message has not been approved. By any snowflake social justice warriors authorities of language belief or any other special interest group trying to dumb down america lawrence. Ross show on fifty two dot com probably so offensive by today's standards friday nights from seven to nine. Pm eastern time. The blind guy's probably on social media pining for his audience facebookcom lawrence facebookcom l. Ross one thousand nine hundred seven twitter dot com lawrence text line eight one three six zero two two seven one five merchandise t spring dot com slash stars slash l. Ross nineteen eighty-seven missed an episode of the ham radio. Show not to worry. You can download the latest episode as well as on ham radio show dot cop go to ham radio show dot com and click on the downloads lane come lifted vivid experience in one of the hottest clubs in america and enjoy the best in adult entertainment party with the sexiest dancers and surround yourself with the most beautiful girls relaxing upscale atmosphere and enjoy the variety of first class. Amenities are various clubs have to offer enjoy exclusive events and special promotions live. Radio broadcasts and celebrity guest appearances the hottest clubs from the name. You know vivid clubs and the night of your life idiot. Radio is an online radio station taking to the edge and back featuring shows that combine news pop culture for its comedy such as the people be experienced outlaw. Radio gino's comment to comic podcasts. As well as many more he had radio offers a unique uncensored listening experience of what's happening in the world idiot. Radio will give you the fall. Infotainment experience using livestreams. I did he at radio. Dot net phone calls on the anytime line or one to four zero seven say so w and on social media facebook and twitter at idiot radio and make sure you don't miss anything download the free app streaming twenty four seven idiot radio from google play or the app store. Check us out for us. Follow us not to close on twitter. Twitter dot com forward slash ham radio show on demand salon demands on daca professional door to door. Heroin makes them services lawn. Come to you whether you're getting a blowout for three bringing before it doesn't matter style for special events weddings more whatever you need on demand. John dot com. That's on demand. Salon dot com prices in booking heat six two zero four one four five. That's eight hundred. Six two zero four one. Four five on demand salon on demand so on daca. Ch- wants a real levin call into the hand radio show hotline seven one eight five.
"sami" Discussed on The Ham Radio Show
"Callahan. Aka draw from impact wrestling on axs tv Also later on in the month we have manson of the btls. Bubalo spun show Aka mike waters who've me on the program also after that i got some titties. I know they're on the way. I forgot her. Frigging name right various segment. We'll see what it is ten and we'll go on from there so it's the ham radio show. Who's on my phone line. Uncle eighty doctors your doctor. Ross saying galahad how are you sir. I'm good how are you. I am well sir. To and wealth. It's always a pleasure to talk to you more when we do by text text message as much more enjoyable for both of us dr. Ross one of the greatest. Pr men in the business. Impact wrestling one of the finest wrestling outfits out there and this man holds it down and make sure that everybody watches on access tv because of this man. He is a doctor and he plays one on tv going. I won't stop you all right. Let's see if i can get a job at this whole. Let me get you sammy. I rise i. I just kind of offered to blow a guy. Didn't their shit. Sammy callahan. are you there sir. Here wait point. We need a better round of applause. Thought drivers told. I better leading to this gentleman. The right way not only see the draw right has take those raw of impact wrestling. He's a future multiple time. World heavyweight champion leaves a gentleman from impact wrestling on axs tv. Sammy the death machine callaghan was out of these interviews. I gotta get on here. I gotta get on whoever those two. They have no passion. They have no mustard. But you might read you. Have everything i to interview host your day. I cut the mustard in my food. This man right here. Let me tell you right now. Because pointblank we've had the other half of a scenario that is going on. We've had any edwards on this program. We call them the technical psychopath and edwards. Because you helped actually create a kind of new gimmick already in any is totally the one who said on this air. He said point blank went out the other half of the equation. Sandy callahan hitting in the face with a baseball bat and breaking my orbital bone. I wouldn't have the career. I have now because sammy kind unlocked. A new side of any edwards. So thank you for that because you know without you know we need the in and we need the yang and sammy. You were both by front. I really good at professional wrestling. Always a impact. Roughly always have to thank the l. The entire wrestling community should always thank me for everything i've done. Well that's the thing. I want to talk about this tomorrow night on impact on access tv the head of aws as well as the jacksonville. Jaguars tony. Kahn is going to be inside of an impact wrestling ring wearing a suit having a summit with scott d'amore and of course the invisible hand don callous trying to figure out if you deserve. Because they have doing i. It's a kind of no brainer. Of course you deserve it because you beat the number one contender moose in the middle of the ring. You beat the guy. Who's going after kenny. Omega kenny omega. Not all of the w world heavyweight champion. But he's the impact wrestling world heavyweight champion. And now we need to find out tomorrow night on impact. If it's going to be three way dance image. Going to be moose. The kingpin of the company big money moves or is going to be the best bout machine in the business. Kenny omega taking on to me the guy who deserves it the most been kicking ass and taking names santa callahan. The guy that's on the air right now. So what do you think would rather i would much rather even buyers being the ring tomorrow zone. Huge is fan but a stock. The more tony on don better do the right thing because of anyone who's gonna take the belt off. It's to be the jal sammy cowan. You can train her a like moose hit. You can't train for the death machine bashing her head with a baseball bat. Well that chelsea. That's my point impact wrestling and quite frankly the wrestling business. You're not really on the tops with everybody's you know in your in the faves list names like james james cornet all these other crappy names of flow around the business who have put you down and say that you're bad for business or you're you're you're you're not safe or whatever they want to spout about sammy callahan. And it's kind of ironic. That impact wrestling's worst nightmare is actually. It's only hope you're the guy. I is more wrapped up in meeting. Moose quite frankly. I mean let's be honest. The guys are seven toll. Big beefy monster of a man used to play in the nfl. Big guy taking on the best bout machine in the business kenny omega. It's not exactly on paper. A kind of right down the middle kind of scenario. Yes is an amazing athlete. Can you be in the business for far longer. Okay he's gonna have a trick obviously he's also going to have the invisible hand don cows in his corner. He's gonna have a lot of crap. That's going to get in the way of everything against a lodge. But i think when they throw the monkey wrench that is you my friend the draw they throw you in the mix like you. Just say kenny omega. Can't defend against the guy who's willing to put his body on the line every time he gets into that damn ring they can't defend against the unknown component. And that's you sammy kellyanne. I mean i gotta get mussa's do his the most imposing impact the most athletic dude on impact wrestling rosser. He can still be playing in the nfl right now. The one thing that i had that moves dozen soaps when the pressure's on as loosened world heavyweight champion for inside grover. Now there's your answer was honest. He went into back and got the old. Tna title walked out and declared themselves the total nonstop action champion on live television and started walking around like he had a belt that he want. He was handed a title. He didn't win a title. You at least have been the world heavyweight champion. You have defended a title. You have lost the title in harare fashion. You didn't like just half acid when you took on tessa blanchard and you lost the title. That didn't wasn't just a one sided and doing a gimmick and we're going to give a woman. The world title wasn't that it was a wrestling match and the to you beat the hell out of each other from pillar to post. That was a real match. That's my point when you ever guy with a background. Kenny omega taking on a guy that yes pound for pound is a great athlete. They're not wrong. He's the kingpin of the company. He's the guy that walks down. He's a beast in that ring. But when you have a guy that has more knowledge. Kenny omega has knowledge. He's a sneaky son of a bitch. Let's be honest. He's not really what we call. I don't know a baby face. He's a he'll tremendous proportions. And the way that you stop a he'll is we're bringing in an even bigger. He'll and that my friend.
"sami" Discussed on The Ham Radio Show
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U.S. Lifts Pause on J&J's Covid Vaccine
"On Johnson and Johnson's covert 19 vaccine. Just hours after a CDC recommendations for an extensive review of the available data, the FDA and CDC are lifting the recommended pause on the Johnson and Johnson or Jenson Covert 19 vaccine. That's acting commissioner Dr Janet Woodcock, ABC Stevo Since Sami is that CDC headquarters, health authorities put a pause on using the vaccine after six women came down with severe blood clots about two weeks after getting the shot the CDC shares that there are now 15 of these cases, most of them with severe blood clots near the brain. All of them are women between 18 and 59 years old. Three of them died and seven are still hospitalized. But the experts underlying that thieves are out of eight million Americans who've gotten the shot with no serious complications. Those who received the shot will be told to watch for symptoms, including severe headache or leg pain, which could be signs of blood clots. Vice President Harris hit
People Can Get COVID-19 Vaccine Without Appointment At Dallas Site
"The state of Texas and FEMA partially extending operations at the federally run sites in Dallas and Arlington. The feds will provide manpower and the state responsible for vaccine doses at the Ellis, Davis Fieldhouse and Dallas Sami Azia with Parkland says no appointments are needed daily between 11 and four or comfortable with opening it up further. I have capacity at Ellis Davis to do over 1500. Other sites like in McKinney and Alan Expected to close in coming
Brood X: The Rise Of The 17-Year Cicadas
"So often i pop into an interview a little bit early. And i get to hear the guest talking to our producers and they don't always recognize. I'm there today. We see the lowly life cycle of the periodicals. Dr bugs is that you is definitely me surprised me there for a second. I was just goofing around. In my free time they recognize that voice. He's as shortwave fan. Favorite entomologist dr. Sami ramsey aka dr bugs. He works at the us department of agriculture in east here today to talk with us about brewed ten. A big group of cicadas that will emerge from the ground the spring. This is going to be the the seventeen year cicadas so seventeen years ago in two thousand four. They all emerged in mass and this year they will do the same thing again. Brute ten is one of the largest groups of seventeen years akitas. There are several species of cicadas in brew ten but they all look pretty similar. So they've got these. Bright red is on top of this black body with bright orange wings. So you're immediately struck. By how conspicuous this organism is. It's also larger than most insects. Sometimes about two inches long. Brutes are determined by geography. And if you live where brewed ten lives parts of the mid atlantic midwest or southern. Us you'll probably get to see and hear these bugs. The emerged when the ground temperature hits sixty four degrees and in some places that'll be as soon as late. April may and live for four to six weeks.
Suspect in Atlanta-area spa shootings might have intended more shootings in Florida
"Police have charged 21 year old Robert Long murder for yesterday's Atlanta area shooting spree. Six of the eight people he's now accused of killing our Asian women and if they hadn't stopped him, police believe that Robert Aaron long would have continued on to Florida and gunned down more workers at similar businesses around five p.m. Tuesday Long was seen in surveillance video outside Young's Asian massage parlor in the north Atlanta suburbs. Police say he walked in, started shooting and killed four people, three of them Asian. ABC. Steve Austin. Sami police say long claims the attack wasn't racially
"Mouse ears" give away intruder at Air Force One's home base
"Spent hours wandering around one of the nation's most secure air force bases joint base. Andrews and Maryland just outside Washington Houses Air Force one and a number of other aircraft used by members of Congress, the Cabinet and ranking military officers Back on February, 4th. A man drove through a gate onto the base without being challenged by gate Security surveillance footage shows the man dressed in black, no visible credentials. And wearing a pink or red cap with distinctive balls on the top. The resembled mouse years he spent time with the basics changed back to his car. His whereabouts unknown over the next four hours. Divorce. Inspector General Sami saved says they had no idea they had an intruder until the man was spotted on the flight line by an airman who alerted security. He was taken into custody as he was walking off an airplane. Tim McGuire Washington More of these stories
Framingham Police Search For Missing Cafe Owner In Boston Area
"Owner of two local gelato cafes is missing police and her family now asking for the public's help. Lovely BZ Sherry Small report. Samantha Mentis Davar Framingham, Better known as Sam hasn't been seen since late Saturday. Her family is worried, and police have launched a missing person search and investigation She and her husband owned to dull Cheadle, edgy Gelato cafes, one in Framingham, the other in Ashland. She's been missing since around 6 30 Saturday night. That's when police say she may have been In native possibly in the CBS door on Central Street or around that area. They say that Sam's phone was tracking in the Natick Norwood area. But reportedly that phone has since either gone dead or is turned off and she remains unreachable. Sami is 47 years old 5 ft. Four inches tall with a medium build, and she speaks with a Spanish accent. She was driving a 2017 80 blue Toyota Prius hatchback and may have stopped at any of the mass pike rest areas. Anyone with information is urged to call Framingham Police.
Police search for missing Massachusetts gelato shop owner
"Two local gelato cafes is missing police and her family now asking for the public's help WBZ Sherry Samantha Mentis Davar Framingham, Better known as Sam hasn't been seen since late Saturday. Her family is worried, and police have launched a missing person search and investigation. She and her husband owned to dull trade allege a gelato cafes one in Framingham, the other in Ashland. She's been missing since around 6 30 Saturday night. That's when Police say she may have been in native possibly in the CBS door on Central Street or around that area. They say that Sam's phone was tracking in the Natick Norwood area. But reportedly that phone has since either gone dead or is turned off and she remains unreachable. Sami is 47 years old 5 ft. Four inches tall with a medium build, and she speaks with a Spanish accent. She was driving a 2017, Navy blue Toyota Prius hatchback and may have stopped at any of the mass pike rest areas. Anyone with information is urged. All. Framingham police Sherry
Seattle crews plan to keep roads clear to COVID-19 vaccine sites
"Comas. Sami Natasa has more and she talked with Seattle fires Kristen Tinsley, stock crews will be throwing down de icer on key streets and bridges that no plow the snow insult the rounds. Sensors on bridges will constantly measure roadway temperatures and cameras show real time conditions and new this year. There's priority on maintaining public access to covert 19 testing sites. It's incredibly important for us to keep the testing sites open. If possible. The Seattle Fire Department is working with S stock to make sure Cruz will pile major routes to the sites and pre treat parking lot. Areas to on the vaccine. Front mobile units equipped with chains will be deployed out to facilities to vaccinate people, so they're not exposed to severe weather. If people have any sentence of covert 19, we encourage them to seek testing. So we want to make that as easy as possible for folks, which is why we're partnering with S stock to plow. Those roads in advance. Stores have been seeing a run on winter supplies
"sami" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Want to make the point that Sammy Davis Jr. He was a warrior in a tough, tough time. He came up as a young kid performing and what he went through you, and I may never be able to understand. But thank God Sami did it and Mr Sinatra and I think it's safe to say and you'll hear Sammy tell you this later in the show. Is Mr Sinatra blazed the path, baby. He was the guy he knew coming from Hoboken. He knew when he was in Hoboken brought up and he was a day go and he was a wop and he was the Italians that came off. Forgive me. I apologize for the vernacular, but that's the way it was. Any fought for civil rights for himself and his family. Back then Mr Sinatra did and continued that through his life, and I would like to if I may play a little bit of a Sammy Davis Jr 60th anniversary. He was he had throat cancer. Sammy and I had the same doctor in Beverly Hills and I remember Earth Wazowski from Cedar Sinai. When I was out there and remember, I said they were ever said the doctor said. How's Sami doing at the time about 19 nineties? So he said, Not so good. I said, How did what did he say Anything and nerve told me this, He said that Sammy was Losing it. It's just, you know, just it was getting the better of the throat cancer was and then Earth doctor if, said Sami, which do anything different knowing you know where you are now. What's happening, You know, because they were very, very close to Sami said. I wouldn't change a thing. I wouldn't change a thing, man. I wouldn't change a thing, You know? So so you got appreciate this great entertainer who died at 65 years old. But at the celebration that Eddie Murphy hosted in Los Angeles, it was in Hollywood at the Shrine Auditorium. This was 1990. I want you to hear the compassion and the sensitivity and the feeling of that Mr Sinatra had for his friend Sammy Davis Jr in this clip as he was about to It used to pay tribute to Sammy. Frank Sinatra. Thank you for that. Nice reception. Ladies. Gentlemen, I'm delighted to be here to join in this wonderful celebration. Well, my little friend. Was the best friend I ever had. 60 years. It's a lot of bourbon under the bridge, baby, I'll tell you that. And I knew that you would amount to something. But I didn't feel that you were gonna amount to everything. And he did it all He really did. Anyway, People are going.
"sami" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"W A. B. C. I'm your host, Sami Miller. We're gonna be sharing some feel good music. Some feel good stories from around New York City. Take it away, Wayne. Hey. Looking. All right. Come on. Yeah. Oh, Oh, come on, Great. Oh, Whoa, whoa! Part. Hey. Thank you so much all of our listeners in the tri state area and beyond. It's so wonderful to be here. This our first show that's right. First show here on 77.
Norway's Indigenous Herders Sue Against Wind Farm Disturbing Reindeer Routes
"The annual reindeer migration between feeding grounds illinois is something that is governed by nature itself by the weather for example and grazing conditions. But now something has quite literally got in the finals path. Norway's largest wind farm is currently trying to build seventy two new turbines over forty square kilometer patch and a group of sami. Reindeer herders is suing the wind farm owners claiming the reindeer have been stopped in their
Stocks close lower Tuesday, backing off record highs
"Ves and P Nez Stack off session lows but red on the screen. It is the down Tuesday. Let's head right over to the first word breaking news desk. Poor Today's afternoon call, and here she is crazy Gupta. Good afternoon. Charlie. Stocks Trading Lower Head of the clothes. The Dow's down 43 of the recipe down five. The NASDAQ Down 44 US 10 Year yield at 93 Basis Points and Gold trading higher by five small caps down 2% with eight out of the main 11 S and P sectors trading lower that price action led by gains and consumer, discretionary and health care stocks. Real estate in industrials leading On the downside, the NASDAQ biotechs falling 61 points. Transports losing 94. Sami's down eight. The vics out of 23 handle with WTI crude futures up 9/10 of 1% on the day. Looking under the hood, though Charlie in the S and P. 500, Amazon and Intel leading those games with Apple and papal on the downside wrapping things up. It's a low volume, light liquidity kind of day, all eyes on Washington. And what's next for that $2000 stimulus track proposal as well? Is that Senate race In Georgia
Trump campaign launches legal challenges to vote counts
"Officials continue to count ballots surge of absentee and mail and ballots due to this pandemic, taking more time to to finalize finalize in in a a handful handful of of battleground battleground states states in in Georgia Georgia election election officials officials could could finalize finalize their their count count later later today, today, attorneys attorneys from from the the Trump Trump campaign, campaign, meantime, meantime, filing filing lawsuits lawsuits across across states, states, including including in Georgia, ABC, Steve Austin, Sami is in Atlanta. On. One Legal challenge Republican poll watcher from out of state had alleged that she saw one of the poll workers put a pile of ballots. Absentee ballots that came in after the deadline put them in the pile of ballots that were Legal and that poll worker essentially prompted this lawsuit. A A judge judge has has thrown thrown out out the the lawsuit, lawsuit, and and that's that's really really so so far far the the only only case case that that the the Trump Trump administration administration is is brought brought to to the the state state of of Georgia Georgia in in Nevada. Nevada. Election Election officials officials say say they they may may not not have have a a final tally until later this week or weekend That could raise some tensions across the country, where protests have taken shape in some cities, with continuing coverage. Michelle France and