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A highlight from Pastor Greg Locke
"Ladies and gentlemen, looking for something new and original, something unique and without equal. Look no further. Here comes the one and only Eric Metaxas. Hey there, folks. Welcome to Friday, which means I'm in California. I've never traveled this much. Chris, I don't know who I am anymore. I don't know where I am. It's unbelievable. I find it best to get a Sharpie with someone as busy as you are to kind of write it down on your arm so when you wake up in the morning, you know. You can just look over. Oh, Iowa. Thank you. Before I forget, in this hour, we're talking to our friend Pastor Greg Locke from the Nashville area in Tennessee. He has a book out. Very exciting. Yesterday, I was on the phone with my friend Ken Fish. And, you know, these are the two people, Ken Fish and Greg Locke, that are talking about deliverance and are involved in the ministry of casting out demons. Now, if you don't believe in that, you might as well say you don't believe in the periodic table or science. This is reality. If you've ever been around it, I defy you to tell me what you think is going on. But anyway, we're talking to Greg Locke and that'll be our one today. I'm not sure who we have an hour or two yet. It'll be somebody great. But it will be somebody great. That's the only thing I can say. And my hair looks like it was styled by Vivek Ramaswamy's people today. I don't know what's going on with my hair, so please try not to look at it. Yeah, Eric, it's very important. You don't want to go full Bollywood with your hair. It just will look too fantastic and terrific. That's what Vivek is doing. He's going full Bollywood. It's kind of like Elvis on steroids. Elvis, Prince, Jerry Lee Lewis is kind of a pompadour kind of thing happening. OK, but listen, we don't want to talk about that. We want to talk about the fact that I'm traveling so much. Why? I don't know why, but I will tell you next week I'll be in Grand Rapids doing an event at Cornerstone University. After that, I go back to Dallas, where I'm doing something Christ for the Nations. 7th. That's October Then I go to San Antonio. I'm speaking in San Antonio October 11th. Sorry, October 10th. Then I go back to Dallas. We're doing a number of Socrates in the City events, which are totally sold out. I'm sorry about that. But if you go to Socrates in the City dot com, you can watch it live. It's going to be October 12th live and you can watch it. I hope you will. I want people to understand that, you know, it can be fun to watch it live because it's not edited. So all the flubs and fluffs and a lot of cursing. I'm just being honest with you. A lot of cursing. We have some guests. It gets very wrong. It's very salty. But we edit that out eventually. But if you want to see it, if you want to hear it, if you've never heard. I was just going to say I now can just you tell it what you want to leave in. And, you know, if you want to keep in the word, you know, honky tonk, it will leave that in. But it'll it'll delete other words you don't want in there. So that's Socrates in the city dot com. You can sign up for that's that's the event we're doing on October 12th on October 13th. I'm going to stay there in Dallas, Fort Worth, and we're doing some Socrates in the studio sessions, one of which will be with the great John's Mirack. He has a book coming out called No First Amendment. No First Amendment. Sorry. No Second Amendment. No first. It is a book worthy of John's Mirack writing. So I'm glad he wrote it. So we're going to be doing a Socrates in the studio session with him on October 13th. It just gets crazy. After that, I go to Augusta, Georgia. I'm I'm reading this Augusta, Georgia, Houston. I'll be in Houston on October 19th. Johnson City, Tennessee. That's right. I'm going to Johnson City, Tennessee. From there, I'm doing a number of appearances where we're promoting the letter to the American Church documentary film. So I'm going to Albuquerque, going to San Diego. I'm going to the L .A. area again to promote that. Then I'm going to be in Omaha, Nebraska. Am I making this up? I'm going to be in Omaha, Nebraska. I'm going to be in Colorado Springs. I'm going to be in Rocky Mountain Cavalry Church in Colorado Springs. I'm going to be in Chino Hills with Jack Hibbs. It's crazy. And I actually ask you to pray for me because this is a very solid, crazy schedule that I will need. I need prayer support. And I believe in that. I know there are people who pray because it gets tough.
A highlight from BONUS// God Never Gives Up On You: A Conversation With Pastor Max Lucado About the Narcissists in Our Lives
"Life Audio you sometimes doubt if you're truly hearing God's voice or if it's really your own? Or have you been in a season where it feels like He's completely silent? Have you been praying for a way to learn how to hear His voice more clearly? Hey friends, I'm Rachel, host of the Hearing Jesus podcast. If you are ready to grow in your faith and to confidently step into your identity in Christ, then join me as we dig deep into God's Word so you can learn to live out your faith in your everyday life. Need a new roof for your home or even just some repairs? That's a big investment, one that you should take very seriously. And you want the job done right by professionals and at a great price. You need to call your hometown roofing contractor. Serving Northeast Ohio for over 65 years. Coats Bros Roofing, 440 -322 -1343. How have they been in the roofing business for so long? Quality work at a great price. They keep their promises and communicate with you, the homeowner. 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Real wealth requires real solutions. Connect to a wealth advisor today at Coriant dot com. Hey, friends, welcome back to the Hearing Jesus podcast. I'm your host, Rachel Grohl. And today we have a very special guest with us that is joining us all the way from Texas. Pastor Max, would you welcome our audience and then just help us understand a little bit about what we're talking about today and some of the things that God has burdened your heart with that we're going to share with our audience today? Well, hello, everybody. And thank you, Rachel. It's a real treat to be with you. Yes, I send you greetings from San Antonio, Texas, and love what we're going to discuss. I'm a pastor. I've been at this same church since 1988. I love to tell and teach Bible stories. And what we're going to be discussing today is the life of Jacob, the life of Jacob. We're following along a book that recently came out. I think it's coming out this week as we're taping this. God will never give up on you. That's the message of Jacob. And I'm super excited, Rachel, to have this opportunity to talk with your audience, your wonderful audience, about an understanding of God's grace, his mercy and his relentless devotion to us. I love that. The tagline in your book, it says, teaches us about grace, mercy and God's relentless love. I love that you call this a refresher course, because I think it's something that we know, but sometimes we often forget that God uses imperfect people to do great things. This life of Jacob, I think, is something that many of us can relate to, especially in a season where there's been a lot of chaos in the world and we find ourselves in this place of just, man, what's next and the frustrations that happen. So I thought it might be a good place to start. If you could describe some of the terms you talk about in your book, the super saint versus the tilted halo, can you maybe elaborate on that a little bit and then also share where you see yourself within those two categories? Well, I see myself as a tilted halo person for sure. I'm a converted drunk. I'm absolutely aware of how frail the human spirit is without the help of the Holy Spirit. And ever since temptation, knocking at the door, maybe there's somebody somewhere who doesn't fear that temptation will find a way into their lives. If so, I may have a sermon or two on humility from which they could benefit. I'd start off the book talking about that if you do see yourself as a super saint, this book's probably not for you. But if you do find yourself struggling to keep your spiritual cheese on your cracker, to keep your balance, to keep your equilibrium, to keep your temper, keep your cool, then the story of Jacob is the story for you. We don't often think about Old Testament characters as a picture of grace. We have this binary, this dichotomy of grace is New Testament and law is Old Testament. I don't hold to that. I think that the God of grace is a God who has been a God of grace since the very beginning. And if you want a great example of the great grace of God, then look at the lives of people like King David, who cheated on his wife, the stories of Abraham, who lied about his wife. But most of all, the story of Jacob, who just seemed like from beginning to end, he was living up to his name. His name means deceiver, and it carries with it a connotation of scoundrel. He always seemed to be working the system, but he had been given a place in God's covenant. And that is that through his lineage, God would bless the world in that covenant. Once God makes a covenant, he never breaks it. He sees the end from the beginning. And when he makes a promise, it's like he's declaring a decree. He's making a decree, this will happen. You and I might change horses in the middle of the stream, not God. Once he says something, it happens. So Jacob was the beneficiary of God's faithfulness, as are all of us. And I think the hero then of the Jacob story is a lot less Jacob, and it's more God. You know, that's something that I talk about a lot on the show, that so much of scripture is descriptive, not necessarily prescriptive, especially when we're talking about some of these individuals that have messiness around them. And like you said, God is really the true hero of that story. I think that is such a good example for us. And, you know, I guess given that lens, what does Jacob's story tell us about God being this God of second chances? And also, what does Jacob's story reveal to us about God's character? Would it help for me to do a quick summary of the Jacob story in case somebody's trying to remember where he fits in Bible history? Yeah, absolutely. I think that's a great point. So Jacob is the grandson of Abraham. Abraham was given a promise by God that through the descendants of Abraham, God would bless the world. And oh, my goodness, has God kept that promise, because through the descendants of Abraham, we have the wonderful Jewish nation. Through the Jewish nation, we have all these stories of Esther, Daniel, David, Isaac. But most of all, we have Jesus Christ. And because of Jesus Christ, we have the church. Jesus was a Jew. The church was founded by Jewish people. And then we as Gentiles, or those of us who are Gentiles, have been beneficiaries of that covenant. So God has made a covenant with Israel. And that covenant began with Abraham. Abraham had a son named Isaac. Isaac married Rebekah, and Rebekah and Isaac had two sons, Esau and Jacob, twins. They were already fighting in the womb, the scripture tells us. And Rebekah said that God told her that the younger would rule over the older. Well, in this case, the younger was Jacob, the older was Esau. So God had already determined that Jacob would be the head of the clan. But rather than wait for God to create that scenario, Jacob and Rebekah took matters into their own hands. And here's where the story of Jacob begins, deceiving his brother, swindling his brother out of that birthright, deceiving his father, telling his father, nearly blind father, that he himself is the older brother and receiving the blessing that should have gone to the older brother. And so the tone of the story is set. Jacob is working the system, ever taking shortcuts, cutting corners, not waiting on God. And as a result, running. He has to go into hiding that his brother Esau is going to kill him. I mean, this is not a happy story. This could be a reality TV show in Jacob. However, though he does nothing to earn the attention of God as he's running from God, God appears to him, reiterates that blessing, presents to him Jacob's ladder, that famous vision, that dream that Jacob had in which angels are ascending and descending and recommits himself and not recommits, but reminds Jacob that this this covenant includes him. And so on what we have is God ever faithful to Jacob, Jacob ever forgetful of God. Now, that reminds me of me, God ever faithful to Max, Max ever forgetful of God. Jacob tended to lean on his own strength. Max does that. Jacob tended to try to negotiate with God. Max does that. Jacob tended to end up having a taste of his own medicine. I've had a taste of my own. I think that's why I love the story of Jacob. He reminds us of ourselves. Some people can relate to Joseph. I mean, not a bad thing is written about Joseph. Some can relate to Mary, mystical and so faithful. Some can relate to the apostle Paul, though he had his struggles, he was so brilliant. But I'll think a lot of us can relate to Jacob.
"san antonio" Discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK
".com and our social handles are at SA Ballet School on Instagram and Facebook at San Antonio Ballet School I'm like thinking in my head I hope that's correct I hope quiz we're quizzing you on your stuff but you can follow the hashtag serious dance serious fun it should take it take you to to us and your dance destination and and then our youth company is at San Antonio Youth Ballet on Instagram and Facebook so yeah hopefully you've got all of those and hopefully you are going to follow them like right now you're picking up your cellular you're device going to those places and you're like boop follow boop follow that's right because we and maybe maybe maybe they'll follow you back when you go like your puppy and kitty videos I don't know the reels I don't know I do want to ask this in closing because I didn't get to ask you like have you probably done a few principles in your life but what is like one of your favorite roles I don't think I could pick a favorite one of them like one like in your top three or four something that's in your top three or four so I like doing a mix of classical and contemporary work so some of my favorites were doing things when a choreographer would come in and create a piece specifically for me um so uh Ginger Thatcher Monet's Garden was one of them she's a well -known well -known choreographer that was very early on in my career the late Robert Philander in Snap love that solo that was wonderful and I liked performing in Gabriel Zertucci's ballet being a leap ride and Dracula was fun good that was yeah um and even performing in uh Myra Worthen's Nutcracker timeless excellent uh hilarious in the party scene she had so many great moments um throughout the ballet so yeah and then of course one I mean who could forget Swan Lake, Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella okay all of them I liked all of them you're allowed you're allowed who's your favorite child you can't do that she wants to just move pump out and get
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"To be I love that can you I want to go back a little bit to the outreach programs that you initiated and kind of what came of that because it's a really fascinating story like what that led to with the American ballet yes so while I was still dancing I started to teach and I would teach you know at a at a couple of different studios locally here in San Antonio but also I taught at me a scholarship three years in a row to receive my teaching oh is that all yeah so that was a blessing to receive that certification and to be recognized for my work and I simply was just doing something that I loved to do and felt was important to do and my father always says you do the right thing for no other reason because it's the right thing to do and so that was just one of those moments or time at times that you know it it was recognized and and a huge blessing came out of it but Misty Copeland is probably one of the most famous ballerinas right now and she is a principal dancer with American Ballet Theater but she was discovered in a boys and girls club through a program like that where they offered dance and her dance teacher was like hey you're very talented you need to go down this path and now she's famous and super famous lives in New York City and and so and that just goes to show you you just never know you never know who you're teaching and I think it's a beautiful thing when I'm able to go to either one of my campuses in SAISD or on on the east side and really see a student who shows a lot of promise and dance we have been able to offer scholarships to some of these young children to the ballet school here at our at my home studio and you know
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"Your breakfast. Hello Danielle it's so good to see you. It's so good to see you too Catherine thank you for having me. Of course so we know you're in San Antonio and we're in a ballet studio but can you tell us about kind of how you got here? the Yes absolutely short version right beside me instead of looking into a camera like no I love it no it's so fun yeah I started dancing like every other little girl wanted to and you know I trained at the Kansas City Ballet I went to a boarding school for high school outside of Boston and Massachusetts and then when I graduated I started dancing for different ballet companies and my last contract with the ballet company was here in San Antonio so that's how I moved here that was 15 and a half years ago and I decided to stay when I met my husband and was having babies and now boys wonderful boys they are amazing and yes I make them dance and they love it and so yeah I think once my contract had ended I got an opportunity to open up my own school there's amazing woman Sandra Bravo who had the Bravo Ballet School here in San Antonio it was in a building a historic building that had been a dance studio since like the 50s and she reached out to me and said hey you know I closed my studio but I know that you're here you should consider opening up your own school and so I thought this might be interesting let me talk about it with my husband and see how it goes and it started off as you know just a test to see you know what you know what the need and the desire was and it just kind of from there kept growing and growing and growing so here I am we've expanded we've been in Castle Hills six and a half years and I felt there was a need to provide access to high quality classical ballet training and make it you know accessible for everyone so here I am that's my story in a nutshell it's super condensed nutshell yes
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"And that is you are at home making hearts and for every heart you send in money is donated to us so that we can keep all of our programming going yes and then your heart gets delivered to a patient or medical staff so it's a really cool way to exercise your creativity no matter how you do that drawing painting sewing quilting and share it with other people that are in the hospital absolutely how has your week been going it's been good I have been busy busy busy it's been boring to see how busy I've been and can't stop won't stop well it's all I think the good kind of busy because you're yeah you're living in your purpose just sharing art with so many people. Last night I was at the Tobin Center for Performing Arts doing some stuff with the ghost light society it was women telling their stories women who tell their stories and we were celebrating just influential women in in San Antonio area so we had just women from different fields of media and art and ballet which is kind of cool because it segues into what we're going to do today but it was it was a great warm -up to that what we're doing today and I'm super excited to get into that but I had a question for you Catherine yes ma 'am you know because I have still never met you in person I had to talk to you through this podcast and through slack and through text and through email I think 11 ways to talk to us none of them in person and I was thinking because this morning I stopped to get some food from a restaurant that is very Texas centric I will not say their name because they're not paying us to give them advertisement that's right but as I was picking up this food I was thinking to myself I bet Catherine Pardesini misses this establishment or some establishments in Texas and it got to thinking I wonder what all she does miss about living in Texas so I wanted to ask you today Catherine what is it
Becky Hammon, Las Vegas Aces coach, denies bullying player over pregnancy
"Las Vegas aces coach Becky hammon denied Wednesday that former aces player D Erika hamby was bullied on her team for being pregnant, saying any ill feelings between the two came from hamby being traded. Hammond, one of the league's marquee figures said at a news conference she did nothing to warrant discipline from the WNBA, which suspended her for two games without pay Tuesday after a months long investigation into hamby's allegations. A former player for the franchise during their days in San Antonio, Hammond guided the aces to their first WNBA title in her inaugural season with the team last year. I'm geffen cool ball.
The Wembanyama sweepstakes and draft lottery has a winner: It's the Spurs
"The San Antonio spurs won the NBA draft lottery and the number one overall pick on Tuesday night guaranteeing them a chance to select top prospect Victor wembanyama. When Ben Yama a 7 foot three French 19 year old is one of the most highly touted prospects in NBA history and will be expected to make an immediate impact on the league. The spurs were one of three teams with the best odds at 14% to land the number one pick. It's the third time they won the lottery. They drafted David Robinson in 1987 and Tim Duncan ten years later. I'm geffen coolbaugh.
What to Know About the N.B.A. Draft Lottery
"The Victor webinar sweepstakes is about to have a winner. The NBA draft lottery is Tuesday night in Chicago and 14 teams will hope that the ping Pong balls will bounce their way, giving them the number one pick this year and the chance to draft web and Yama. The Detroit Pistons, Houston Rockets and San Antonio spurs all have the best chance of winning the lottery and getting the number one pick 14% or about 7 to one odds. The 19 year old web and Yama averaged 21.4 points, 9.9 rebounds and 3.1 blocks in 29 games for his French LMB pro a league
Rep. Chip Roy: Biden Has Not Prepared for the End of Title 42
"This title 42 drops out I guess on Thursday and what is the Biden administration done to prepare for this Well virtually nothing I mean your listeners are really smart but just like a recap right I mean title 42 is the provision that is under our health code laws that has been used as a band aid on a gunshot wound to stop about a third to a half of the flow of people coming into the country So for example if we had 200,000 encounters in March a 100,000 of those were turned away under title 42 but on Thursday that no longer applies because the COVID emergency is allegedly now officially formally ending on Thursday and the Biden administration So that means our guys are under fees They're getting absolutely crushed I'm getting text messages from border patrol agents from DPS About what's happening down at the border 15,000 Venezuelan migrants that are sitting up right across the river from Brownsville We've got hundreds of thousands of people that are starting to head up towards the northern Mexico region Our hospitals overrun our cops are overrun I got a text message from guy earlier that said he said it's basically quote broken arrow right Like basically a military term saying that they've fully lost control in 25 27,000 people in detention only 5000 process and they're getting hundreds of by the minute And they don't have any place to put them The state of emergency has been declared in El Paso a state of emergency has been declared in Laredo a state of emergency has been declared in Brownsville San Antonio is preparing in their migrant center It is so bad Mark I don't even know how to put into words
Texas police: Migrants found 'suffocating' in train; 2 dead
"Police in South Texas say two migrants are dead and others have been hospitalized after being found in a freight train and Ben Thomas with the latest. The Yuval di police department says dispatches received a 9-1-1 call Friday afternoon from someone saying a group of migrants were suffocating in a freight train car that had been traveling near the U.S. Mexico border. The border patrol was able to stop the train and police say they found about 15 migrants Union Pacific Railroad says the people were in two cars, 12 in a shipping container, including the two who died and three in a hopper car, at least ten of the migrants were sent to hospitals. Union Pacific sits the train was traveling east from Eagle Pass bound for San Antonio. I'm Ben Thomas
Sex trafficking plea deal unending 'nightmare' for Texas mom
"A Texas mother says she'll never stop fighting to get justice for her daughter, who was sex trafficked by two men who received probation under a plea deal she's questioning. For San Antonio mother erma Reyes. Like a nightmare that I can't wake up. In 2017, her teenage daughter was put in rehab for substance abuse, but she ran away in days later, advertised online as being available for dates with men. Two men were allegedly renting her and another girl out for sex. And taking half their money, the men were arrested, San Antonio detective, Manuel and Guiana says they had solid evidence from video receipts and cell phone data. I don't think I've ever worked a case that had more evidence or actually work done on it. After years of delays and changes in prosecutors, the two suspects pleaded no contest. And wound up being sentenced to 7 years probation. It's one of many sex trafficking cases in Texas under the office of attorney general Ken Paxton. Now, under scrutiny. I'm Jackie Quinn
The latest in sports
"AP sports and Mike Reeves, there was a ten game slate in the NBA that northwest to visually the nuggets were in Washington to meet the wizards, Craig heist, has the story. Nikola Jokić scored 31 points and pulled down 12 rebounds as the nuggets beat the wizards one 18 to one O four, the nuggets outscored the wizard's 39 to 16 in the third quarter while hitting 15 three pointers on the night. Denver finished up a three and two road trip after surviving a four game losing streak. Jokic thinks they've turned the corner. Have a team, I think. Bedroom, let's say like that. And hopefully it's done for us. And we survived. The warriors win just their 9th road game of the season knocking off Dallas one 27 one 25. Jonathan kamino scores 22 points. John morant returned from his suspension to score 17 points off the bench in the grizzlies one 31 25 win over the rockets while Milwaukee improves on their league best record with a one 30 94 win over San Antonio, Giannis Antetokounmpo led the way with 31 points other winners or the heat pacers 76ers Timberwolves trailblazers and Lakers, Paul George is expected to miss two to three weeks for the clippers with a right knee sprain. Just two games in the NHL, but one had playoff implications for both teams, correspondent Bruce Morton. The penguin snapped a four game losing streak with a resounding 5 to two win at Colorado. Jeff Carter led the way with two goals. That's a big game for us. And standing defending cup champions and team that's been rolling pretty good. So this is a good confidence boost for us and keep going. Carter referenced a 6 game Colorado win streak, which also came to an end. The oilers Connor McDavid nets his 60th goal of the season in overtime to defeat the coyotes in NFL to use the jet signed wide receiver Nicole Hardman to a one year deal according to a person with knowledge of the contract. They also trade wide receiver Elijah Moore to Cleveland for the 42nd pick in this year's draft. I'm Mike Reeves AP sports.
Media drop Dilbert after creator's Black 'hate group' remark
"Comics distributor Andrews McNeil universal says it will no longer work with Dilbert creator Scott Adams because of recent comments he made about race. A march east are a letter with the latest. The heads of Andrews McNeil say in a statement, the company believes in free speech, but it will not support commentary rooted in hate. That's why it's severing its relationship with Dilbert among the things Scott Adams, who is white, has said on his YouTube show is that he will no longer help black Americans and repeatedly refer to people who are black as members of a hate group. He also advised that white people get away from black people. The Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, and the San Antonio express news are among the newspapers dropping Dilbert. Adams has defended himself on social media against those he says hate him and are canceling him.
SportsWatch intro wrap-sportsminute-09-41-08-812
"AP sports. It's the all star break in some NBA players around the move. Russell Westbrook will sign with the LA clippers according to an ESPN report, who also reports the Chicago Bulls are finalizing a deal with Patrick Beverly. Myers Leonard will resume his NBA career with the Milwaukee box who signed letter to a ten day contract letter hasn't played in the NBA since he used an anti semitic slur while playing a video game nearly two years ago. Kevin Love will sign with the Miami Heat. Top 25 college basketball. Third ranked Kansas got revenge from an earlier season blew out loss. This time they handled number 23 TCU 63 58, jayhawks coach Bill self on the difference between this game and the 23 point loss last month. At least we started to rebound in 40 minutes for the most part. We did a good job on their guys. We felt I could really have big nights. In the NHL, David pasternak scored twice. He's got 40 for the season and Boston one again, three one over Ottawa, Florida, top ten Anaheim four three and overtime. It was James reimer stopping 26 shots, lady San Jose to a four zero shutout of Seattle, Philadelphia top Calgary four three. New York islanders over Pittsburgh four to two, Bo horvat and Anders Lee scored less than two minutes apart in the third period. Lee says his team played a complete game and didn't fold against the penguins. I'm really proud of our guys tonight. We could have gone another way. And we pushed through and we took control and were able to come out with just a big one. While Winnipeg goalie caught her hella buck had a spectacular night, he made 50 saves, leading the jets past the New York rangers four to one. At this point, we just taken wins anyway to come. We did a lot of good things. We brought some energy. And we definitely kept into the outside and controlled rebounds. So, you know, there was definitely a lot of those good block shots. It could be K, power play goal. So there's a lot of good stuff tonight. I know the shots are flop sided, but it was a good team game. Former San Antonio spurs in Minnesota Vikings owner, red mccombs has died. He was 91. Chuck Friedman, AP sports
Kansas beats TCU, the Jets goalie has a big night, and a vormer pro sports owner has passed away
"AP sports. It's the all star break and some NBA players around the move. Russell Westbrook will sign with the LA clippers, according to an ESPN report, who also reports the Chicago Bulls are finalizing a deal with Patrick Beverly. Myers Leonard will resume his NBA career with the Milwaukee Bucks, who signed Leonard to attend a contract Leonard, hasn't played in the NBA since he used an anti semitic slur while playing a video game nearly two years ago. Kevin Love will sign with the Miami Heat. Top 25 college basketball, one game, Kansas, got revenge from an earlier season blowout lost. This time the third ranked jayhawks handled number 25 TCU 63 58. In the NHL, David pasternak scored twice. He's got 40 for the season and Boston one again. Three one over Ottawa, New York islanders over Pittsburgh four two. Each scored two minutes apart in the third period. A former professional sports team owner has died. Red mccombs who at one time owned the San Antonio spurs and the Minnesota Vikings passed away at the age of 95. Chuck Friedman, AP sports
The Next Destination
"You don't move to Florida or Texas for a low housing prices. You want a low house cost, go to North Dakota, South Dakota. You don't like the cold, go to Alabama. Go to Mississippi. But it's Florida and Texas that people are moving to. They don't have long commutes in those cities in Dallas and Houston, San Antonio, Miami, they don't have long commute, driving 95, the I 95 in South Florida. During rush hour. We're almost any hour during the day. Now, I'll tell you why they're moving. They're moving for any number of reasons. They don't even mention taxes, for example. Is the fact that Florida has no income tax? And in California, it's about 13%. It's not even mentioned in the article that people are moving from a state states like New York and California. They're moving the most to states with no income tax. It's not even mentioned in the article.
"san antonio" Discussed on It's All Journalism
"I think, you know, people I've talked to in other newsrooms, it's just like suddenly newsletters, which used to be like early on in the digital transformation kind of off to the side. And like email, I don't know, I don't know if people are going to want to get emails from us. We need to get them to our website or we need to get them to our social media platform. Why the growing embracing of newsletters you think? For me, I think it's about that personal element, right? Someone's inbox is they approach it differently than they would their timeline or their news feed or whatever social platform you're on. You're welcoming somebody into your world a little bit more by inviting them into your inbox, a homepage is a lot like the front page of a newspaper, right? There's definitely someone behind it, but that process is not very transparent, right? And the Twitter feed, my goodness, that can be completely automated, same thing a lot of the way with Facebook and some of this other stuff. You don't know if it's if you're getting served something because an algorithm wants you to see it or if somebody is really being intentional about how they're showing you this story, for example. And obviously, you know, if you're reading news stuff on a news websites platform, someone clearly wrote it someone's behind it in some way. newsletters are great because you can have that personal touch. It's from a person. Someone is writing something to you. And even if it's just a list of headlines, someone is doing that curation, there's some thought behind it, and there's a name behind it for better or for worse. You know, I've been fortunate to be able to be that person who gets to say, yeah, these newsletters in San Antonio are from me and when something goes well, I can take credit for it. When there's a mistake that I get to own up to it and someone can say, hey, you mess this up and I have to say, yeah, you know, good catch. Thanks for that. Thanks for catching that. I know we're going to make sure it doesn't happen again. We're working on it. So I think building that trust is so important because inboxes can get really cluttered and full of all kinds of stuff, but having that personal connection, right? There's something that takes time. I'm grateful now having been there a couple of years. I hope that having signed hundreds and hundreds of newsletters, some of our readers would at least recognize the name like, hey, you know, I know who that is, but I don't worry about that too much. Do you feel that because you have this relationship? Do people quote unquote come to you? If they've got a problem with coverage or there's some story, like, hey, this guy, you know, I talked to that I get stuff from a box. I'm going to talk to him about this. You get a lot of that. That's happened a couple times. And I've been able to forward that to the appropriate reporter or editor. But a lot of times, you want to talk about some of the things that are great about being a newsletter as having that pride in that work.
Caller Molly Puts the Pieces Together on the Whole Biden Scandal
"Cause it's Friday. First up, it's Molly, line one, San Antonio. Hi doctor G, I called you last week about the timing of the Penn Biden center in D.C. thing and Joe taken off back to and I happened to catch cash Patel. I think he was talking to Brian on Fox and Friends saying that he thought that they were tipped off by something they saw in the laptop. I mean, in the DoJ. And of course, of course, they told him and then that night, Tucker did his opening. I don't know if you saw it where he had the email that hunter was sending to Devin archer about, hey, we've got to get this wrapped up before my guy goes over there. And all the points. In 24 items in this long email and also Tucker was showing the box on the dining room table. And you know Hunter Biden could never have written that. You read it and you knew it was something from CIA analysts or something governmental, State Department and he said, you've got to get all this and then Devin archer went to The White House to see Joe and then Joe took off for Ukraine, but in any case, I got to thinking about all of this and I thought that's how they knew to go look at that and that woman lawyer that went that was a previous White House counsel? Yes. Guess who and then she became Biden's personal lawyer. She's Perkins Kuwait. Well, of course, of course, they're all really, they're all connected. I haven't seen that and then here's something I do want you to check with Gordon Chang about. I think it came out from Gordon in the last year, how all of a sudden the assets that we had in China were grabbed up. You mean, you mean intelligence assets? Yes. And of course they were exposed.
Why Aren't the Police Willing to Stand up and Do What's Right?
"Talk about young people because what you're all basically saying is main character syndrome, which I think we're seeing a lot of in millennials and some Gen Z where people think nothing outside of me matters. I also think to a certain degree we're seeing this in every generation and the way I see it manifest is when police officers go to, say, say there's an all I just drag event in Texas where they're explicitly engaging in things inappropriate for kids. And I'm talking about what we just saw in San Antonio with simulated sodomy and things like that. There should be no question that the police would go in there and say, hey, you can't do this, but they're not willing to do it. And I think because even for these police officers, many were probably in their 30s or a little older, are like, I'm not getting involved. They're going to get mad at me. I'm going to get yelled at. So it's not just main character syndrome. It's also, I'm not going to risk myself for whatever this is. And if we don't have a cohesive culture where people are willing to stand up for each other, then it just falls apart or maybe it already did. I think this is an unconventional warfare. This is what they do in unconventional warfare. They make these provocations, drag queens are a provocation. It's been an escalating provocation first. They're just dressing up and kind of somewhat careful dress with their clown makeup groomer clowns or whatever reading stories. Next thing you know, Tim and I were talking about this yesterday. Next thing you know, they're dancing. They're grinding. They're sexual dancing. They're twerking. The next thing you know, they're doing simulated sex acts in front of children. And they're at the every step of the way. This is what Tim was saying to me yesterday. So this is Tim's credit, gets the credit for this. Is every step of the way. They're saying, no, no, no, no, it's just this. No, no, no, it's just this escalate escalate escalate. This is an unconventional warfare tactic to provoke the goal. You guys remember George Floyd. The goal is to have drag Floyd. And I'm serious. This is deadly serious. Dave chapelle speaks about this all the time, especially when it comes to dressing actors and drag. But it even goes bigger because balenciaga was not an accident. What was happening there was a deliberate escalation of the culture war of them bragging how far they could take it.
Spurs set attendance record with 68K vs. Dubs
"An NBA attendance record was set at San Antonio was the warriors crushed the spurs one 44 one 13. The game drew 68,323 fans. Over 6000 more than the previous marks set when Michael Jordan's bulls played the hawks at the Georgia dome in March 1998. Golden State set a season high for points with Jordan Poole scoring 25 in Dante divincenzo adding 22. They were among 8 warriors in double figures. Trey Jones had a team high 21 points in the spurs fourth straight loss and 7th in their last 8 games. I'm Dave ferry.
Why Did Alejandro Mayorkas Previously Visit San Antonio?
"You see he recently did something That flew under the news radar That is outside of officials within San Antonio In August Mallorca's traveled to San Antonio for a round table In which he happened to praise the city's handling of migrants Now what is it that San Antonio just happens to be doing that is just so spectacular so worthy a bean price Oh look at this They opened a migrant resource center A migrant resource center oh and this is oh yeah It's federally funded Huh Okay so we have a federally funded migrant resource center in San Antonio Now what is the center do Citing the intended purpose from the San Antonio report Migrants are now brought directly directly from the U.S. Mexico border straight to that center And what does this center do once it gets them Oh look at that It feeds them And shelters them And it transports migrants seeking asylum
Despite San Antonio Tragedy, the Border Will Remain Hellish
"Hood said first responders were now being debriefed to help them process what they witnessed What they witness Authorities had received a call approximately 5 50 p.m. local time from a worker who had heard cries for help found the trailer with its doors partially open The worker found a number of dead bodies in the trailer Three people were in custody that we noted the authorities aren't certain they're connected to the situation It's not a federal investigation This will come in this will pass Nobody will be thinking about it or talking about it in three or four days The border will remain hellish people will continue to die They will continue to transport people to all parts of the country and release them on their own recognizance As the numbers add up as the death sat up as the increase in crime and various communities adds up
"san antonio" Discussed on Premium Hoops
"On dynamic piece where it was playing a four right. He's going to be one of the team's only like guys run off a floppy screen at the four position They did go and get brin forbes back which a lot of people here freaked out about By is not going to start a. I don't think people have to worry about. At least if he did there would be riots. I will eat my shoe. If print forbes starts like in a non like break glass in case emergency scenario is just not going to happen like the problem with bryn forbes toward the end of his time in san antonio was not burn forbes. It was that the coaching staff decided to claiborne. Forbes in the third most minutes behind dhamar lamarcus and that just was never going to work because he's a one-dimensional player. He's really good. As i wanna mention player but like you gotta use them like scalpels and not like the only knifes that you take on a camping trip you know so I think he's going to you. Know fill into maybe that patty role of of providing some bench shooting. That'd be a perfect role for him Do that in milwaukee and it was. It was fun. But yeah more mcdermott tape. I watch i love his decisiveness off the kachin. It's not just shooting. it's you know he can. He can get to the basket in a dribbler to and Be very effective. But i think it's a really interesting Contrast styles right with. Especially if he's replacing. D'amato rosen in that starting lineup. You're getting a guy who the floor and is at his best when he doesn't dribble instead of guy who doesn't really space floors much and needs the ball on his hand. So i'm interested to see what your thoughts are on how mcdermott could fit and enhance the the player young guys here so i have a lot of on that i think my number one our go with his is like blake. We talked a little bit. About how the spurs have traditionally wrought along very slowly and it was funny. Because like as much as i feel like i have a pretty good connection with spurs fans like a lot of spurs fans. Wanted devin the salt play more last year and i was. I wanted to as well. But i was in the bodo saying lake all. He's been quiet. Leonard i think devon himself played the most minutes that pop has ever played a rookie in like since you know obviously since the titles so i was impressed by that that he even got that like. I felt like that immediately to me was like okay. We'll pop clearly values a lot. Obviously not as your fans want to see him play more. But i think that was a good sign and i would almost lean into saying that i would wanna see devon start over over dog I'm not sure that'll happen. But that's something that. I'm intrigued by like. I think that they're gonna. I don't know if they will like. I wonder if they'll go with more with regard lineup again. Because that's kind of what it'll be like having detained eric. And i think ellen's kind of inbetween like he is like he can guard fours. But i think in some ways. She's like her guard. And same thing with devon lake. I think i like the idea of getting to play with that off the bench a little bit..
"san antonio" Discussed on KTRH
"Dallas, San Antonio Austin, Houston. Galveston. And the problem is, I don't like answering that question, because it gives you the impression Dad. I'm all over the place, and it's a specific strategy. It's really not. It's because I know really good people in those towns and I give them my money and they go invest in those sounds. If Andrew, you're asking, where should you invest? And you live in. Let's see Katie. Katie, which is just west of Houston. You know, we're the best place to invest for you is Katie. See, speculators are always trying to pick. Hey, what's the best place to invest? Where do I go? How do I predict the future and things like that? Well, we don't do that. I can go into any town anywhere in the United States any marketplace and make money. Can also go into any town anywhere in the United States and lose money. The problem is It's the grass is greener on the other side of the fence concept. People are always like, Oh, I know I live in Katie. But Is Phoenix better? Is Orlando better? No. They're about the same. If Andrew, you take a good course on real estate investing, and you truly understand it. You can do well in Phoenix, Houston, Dallas, Austin, San Antonio Orlando. If you know what you're doing. So my recommendation, Andrew Centering, Katy, Texas is draw a 30 minute circle around your home. And don't go outside that circle. And start buying your single family rentals inside that 30 minute circle. Be an hour across. So go 30 minutes, West 30 Minutes, East 30 minutes North 30 minutes South. That's your circle. Stay in that circle so that the real estate doesn't become a pain in the butt. When you have to drive two hours to go see it, keep it within a 30 minute radius. And you'll find more deals than you can do, Andrew If you follow what I teach Alright. Hope that helps Andrew Thank you so much for the email. Let's go to the next one. This is estimating rehab without seeing inside the property. Ooh! Okay? Think it's Jonah. Yeah, Jonah. Jonah. This is for experienced investors.
"san antonio" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast
"If they have one person to put at the top of the pecking order, and push everyone down a little bit. Like, if you could offer somebody who was meaningfully better than deshonta and Derek white and Pearl on this team, all of a sudden, you're like, okay. This is a team that could potentially that I think would be a more reliable playoff team that could baby even home series depending on if they were healthy. But getting that player from where they are is really hard. It's really really, really hard and it. I respect the fact that they're not bothering me off. Adam. You I wonder if it happens this year just kind of organically just because their offense isn't good enough to make it work. I mean, just look at who they're behind in the pecking order in the west right got Utah. Phoenix. The Lakers for sure. I would say Golden State for sure. Denver for sure, Portland. For sure, Dallas for sure. That's seven teams flippers. I would say they're still behind because the club still with Paul George and they should be better than the San Antonio team even without Kawhi Leonard. So that's eight. I kind of think Minnesota has more upside than they do. I know they'd have to make up a 10-game difference, which is large and substantial. But that would be 9 and then we've got the Kings who are right in their ballpark. We've got the Pelicans who are right in their ball park and then we've got Memphis who are near ballpark. So, I mean, there, there's a chance to see him finishes like 13th in the west this year in wins, the same amount of games over an 82-game season, and there's also a chance that job If they're out of it, you know, if the if the top of the West are maybe I'm not the top, the middle of the West, looks the strongest. We think it might then maybe they become a team. Kind of like, what Toronto did this year, where they don't see the writing on the wall. They give a lot more time to Josh, primo. And some of these other players D, emphasize vets, and maybe give some tactical rests that they're better players wage. Then they end up kind of getting getting the benefits of being towards the bottom without intending to see here. Here's what I'm worried about though. There's a chance that this could end up looking more, like what happened with Orlando. They're like Toronto, just because they have dejounte Murray Johnson, Emery is like, in a similar ballpark. Let's say to what Aaron Gordon is and in a similar, no, man's Monday, kind of space, right? Because they have Marie's here. She is good for sure. He's not the guy. I don't think, I think we both agree on that, right? Like he's not going to be home. You know, All-Star level point guard, right? Yeah. I I'm in that in that ballpark. I agree. But they just drafted Josh Primo. They have all of these other guys, Lonnie Walker to sell, you know, Derek white exists, Calvin Johnson, obviously, and all of these guys can play multiple positions. Trey Jones, another one. Like, but it just feels like they're kind of off for right now, at least it feels like they're kind of just, you know, turning the screws a little bit and, you know, not not really building toward something and that's, that's frustrating. It. It's hard to build towards something whenever you don't have the guy and I.
"san antonio" Discussed on Hey Strangeness
"Like oh if you listen to jazz music you're going to drink and you're gonna shoot peop- all yeah so like here's this or it's like oh you don't want to go out on your own without your parents escorting you because if you don't heed your mother's advice and go against her wishes you might meet the double. Because he did. That was one interesting. That sounds stupid. Now that i've said that no no no no but it makes him thinking of in my head. Whether would call that ben whether something actually happened on halloween night. Nineteen seventy five or whether this was just an old story that that someone's i'm well adapted into a cautionary tale you know or there's a third explanation which i'm particularly fond deepen our ancestral memory. Far far back in the literature and lore of humankind there is a spectral being which has been dancing his way from party to party since at least the fifteen hundreds and at least as recently as nineteen seventy five the dancing devil of the hellfire club and san antonio and who knows where else we think about that. I think that'd be interesting. Cool idea he'd be interesting is cool idea on the whole. This is a very interesting story which leaves a lot of room for speculation and we will never know conclusively. What happened on halloween night. In nineteen seventy five or what happened in the hellfire club in the fifteen hundreds but if we're talking about local folklore and we're trying to find parallels to historical folklore. I mean this is a great example. I think yeah. I didn't even think about that until you hit brought brought it up the first time when we're talking about One interesting parallel between the hellfire. Club's story and the coming on saito's story is that so in the hellfire club. When the people noticed that he had goat's hooves he disappeared. Just disappeared unless the smell of sulfur behind in the l. Come on saito story. When people notice that his feet were not human feet he ran into a back room. Either a restroom storage room. It's not clear. And then when they busted down the door to try to get to him he was gone and there was the smell of sulfur. Interesting parallels there. Because that's kind of a specific thing you know you well. I really think villa sulfur like. Oh don't go outside. You might meet the devil. That specifically is what got my attention as a parallel between these two stories was the the smell of sulfur. Wasn't even the feeder the alleged disappearance it was. I just feel like any type of devil or demon citing even our interaction Does have like a hint of sulphur. Because i feel that's always kind of correlated to hell and don't we hear that referenced in in other paranormal accounts that may concern demons. Saying i feel like. I feel like Anytime i've heard about..
"san antonio" Discussed on Hey Strangeness
"Antonio memories group is the idea that in the olden days and no one has identified specifically what the old days is or when the old days but it was normal for a woman's mother to escort her to the dance hall or to accompany her out on the town. You know chaperoning effectively and that one night. Does this have to tie the hispanic culture i. It's just what i've read in a couple of counts of this story on like blogs and local newspapers and then also in the comments of people who were from this neighborhood as we. I keep referring back to sorry. I just wasn't sure no but the this variation of the story involves you know basically mom saying. Hey we're not going out tonight you're staying in. I'm i don't wanna go. Whatever and the young lady. Saying i'm going anyway. And that's why she runs into the devil because she was immoral dishonest. Yeah yeah and a and a question. I had for you as someone who grew up in this neighborhood very deeply steeped in hispanic catholic culture the hispanic catholic culture westside san antonio. Do you think this is in any way. A cautionary tale kind of pointed towards young people. Like hey stay away from dancing. Stay away from bars. I could definitely see that That's why i asked if you were referring to hispanic culture as having the mother escort the daughter. Because i mean we do have like you know our communities than we have argon atas as we have things that we kinda follow as tradition because the people you know our families before it did that And so i can kinda see where like in hispanic latin culture where it would be a mom escorting the dollar to dance dancehall program. I don't know if that would really be happening in the seventies. I mean maybe i could probably see more in the seventy seventy five so i could probably see it happening..
"san antonio" Discussed on Hey Strangeness
"And they would indulge in hedonism and there were different stories about them allegedly sacrificing a cat possibly a human sacrifice possibly more than one human sacrifice at least one member of the group was known to be an actual serial killer. He was a rich man. Who murdered a couple of his servants and they could have been slaves. I don't want to downplay. That isn't the fifteen hundreds so yeah very rich man who murdered a couple of his either servants or slaves. i'm not sure which. And it was known that he did this but because he was a rich white man in the fifteen hundreds. Nothing happened to him. So yano So it's known that people did die in connection with members of this group but it's not known if they really committed acts of human sacrifice or satanism or satanic goo ga whatever but specifically the story were referring to one night hellfire club's hanging out doing their hellfire club's stuff and a strange man comes knocks on the door says. Hey i'd like to come in here and hang out with you. Evil men dialogue back then so this guy comes in he starts hanging out with them you know with the hellfire club doing hellfire club stuff. When when all of a sudden one of the other club members looks under the table and notices. There's something wrong with this guy. Would you like to guess as to what it is was it. The was it chickenfeed. Like de Goat who does the hoods. Yeah and that's why so interesting to me that there are multiple versions of the outcome around. Saito's story because in some he has hooves in some he has chicken feet. And i don't i don't know where the chicken comes from. I haven't found anything that that that. Oh this is why we're talking about chickens. It's supposed to be how i mean. Just think about it. A man with like human sized chicken feet. That's very unsettling this. I'm saying i think it had to do was just completing the whole unsettling image of what this event night was a normal sized chicken is horrifying. Well yeah absolutely. Because they're dinosaurs but small-time source. Like just i don't know ever watched a group of chickens go after a rat. Yeah it's awful. I've seen them dig one up before like all of a sudden you see the dirt moving in you're like oh no what are they pecking at in all of a sudden. They bring a little field mice. It's crazy anyway. no. I was just saying that I think that's why the chicken legs were. Because i've also heard one of each one chicken leg would go who've again you have to think of like the unsettling image of that. That's fucking crazy dude. Like when you mean like a lot. i'm sorry. No you're making the point. Like i think the whole unsettling image is what they were going for like two kinda complete it and i mean the double in and of itself is terrifying enough but like hey let's just throw adult size chicken fee and adult size go coves just poking out from underneath his. Would it be scarier if he was a full grown man with regular chicken sized chicken feet or are giant chicken feet proportionate to the body of a human man is that thing no no no like imagine someone my height okay five seven but i have chicken feet the size of regular chickens feet like just a few inches tiny though you would still be five seven five seven a regular size man with tiny feet so like flat on your shin. No just tiny little exactly. It defies comprehension. It's so horrified so there are a couple other versions of the story. I've run across and one that seems to be recurring including in the comment threat on the san.
"san antonio" Discussed on Hey Strangeness
"Very interesting very interesting. I haven't contacted any of the people that posted these comments. So i'm not going to share their names or anything like that. But just as i'm continuing to scroll through this video i have saved on my phone. The stories just continue to overlap. L. cameron saito. It was the glory on laredo highway. Ninety guns just people repeating the same things over and over so this is a legend which is still very much alive in on the. I guess the. I don't know what the current you know what i mean. People that are my age are in their thirties. That have children that still live in that neighborhood. I don't know what they're telling their children about this building. Because like i said i mean when i was in high school and in middle school it was a strip club and i mean like i still remember like the signs that would talk about triple x. And and and you know the the monday morning. The breakfast buffets i was gonna say living is like six years ago because i started driving around that side of town to come see you. You can plus years ten. Plus years ago. Yeah and i remember pretty distinctly probably fairly recently six or so years ago there being assigned out there that said free pancake buffet and actually the last time we drove by paid a little bit more attention to the grounds around the building itself and the sign that says the four one one still out there. Yeah i saw that. I did notice that last time myself so most recently this place was known as the four one one but google maps still lists it as al. Calmer on c. Two interesting interesting. Sarah what would you say if i told you that this legend might be not only older than nineteen seventy five but older than san antonio itself. I wouldn't be surprising to me at all. Because it's i mean if it i don't wanna say if it did happen because i kind of do believe it did happen. I'm something if if we're rooting something in the devil. The devil is just as old as we can assume as jesus christ so it mean you'd have to be talking about something that is very old very thousands and thousands of something primordial basically..
"san antonio" Discussed on Hey Strangeness
"Yes smell now. When we visited this building fairly recently. I'd say within the last sixty days there was a lot of graffiti on the exterior. And you can see some pictures on our instagram feed. I posted them awhile ago. But i'll i'll re post them to feed in conjunction with this episode. And i wonder now opinion that 'cause the the graffiti was very spiritual because remember it just said god on the and that's like really interesting because i have not lived in san antonio for the last six plus years of my adult life so i don't i really don't know what the current status is in the neighborhood like. I don't know to watch the neighborhood. I don't know what the neighborhood is telling the current generation of kids growing up. They're like. I don't know if you know what i mean. The people that i knew living two streets away or still telling their kids like hey. Don't go there. Don't mess with that area of a little bit of data regarding the modern neighborhood and how people feel about this story. Not too long ago at sea may twentieth is when i recorded this video my phone. Your birthday is specifically signed up for this facebook group. Because it's you had to be a member. Notary comments and this comment thread had seventy plus by the time i stumbled across it and someone basically asked. Does anyone remember a story about a dancing devil at a nightclub in san antonio and tons of comments by the time i got to it. It took me two minutes to record the entire comment threat. Just like scrolling down here but all of these overlapping comments and people corroborating the story at the camera on c. too. I wonder if it ever stopped anyone at the on saito. My parents told me. Is that a bar named law. Cobb brad dita you brugh dita. That's how you spell it in what it's called now then someone else says l..
"san antonio" Discussed on Hey Strangeness
"And you'll sleep like the ghost blow from the makers of juba macabre chow morning goes blow is not safe for use by living humans handle purchase or look at goes blow at anytime goes global. You do not use those. You are not already danny. Welcome to hey strangeness. A strange podcast. About strange things made by strange people really probably one strange person one person who's not as strange. My name is aaron. I am one of your hosts sitting across the coffee table converted to a recording studio from me is sarah. Hi hello hello. You look nice. And today we're talking about a local san antonio legend very specific or maybe not very specific to south west taxes. I don't think i've really heard of it. I heard the story mentioned specifically like outside of by non texans or case non-southern toxins. We'll get to that in a little bit. But for now i'd really like to talk about the the locality of the story. Tell we sarah as someone who grew up in the neighborhood where this is purported to have taken place. Well just let me not ruin it. Tell us about this story as it relates to your growing up in your proximity to you. And i'm just going to shut up and let you talk about it. I feel like i. I heard about it when i was in middle school as kind of a you know. Don't go near that building. I don't think i heard about the like actual devil citing until i was a little bit older one. My mom kind of explained that it she kind of used the words evil more than she used the word devil. Bef- you know to explain why i shouldn't go there. But at that point it was a strip club so that was already like an adult type building. That i couldn't even like go to if i were until i was of age. So stories about potentially shape shifting dancers aside. This was not a location that local people considered to be a safer. Oh no not at all. No we were always told growing up. You know if we were running around the neighborhoods. We just could not go to that building and go down that street. Because i think it was like maybe four blocks from my house. That's what i was going to say..
"san antonio" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"San Antonio leaders are encouraged by the continuing downward trend of the city's covered 19 numbers. Mayor Ron Nirenberg says hospitalizations and the positivity rate are declining Overall, We're now moving in the right direction. We've moved down to the moderate risk levels of community and for the fourth consecutive week are positivity rate now has declined, Metrohealth reported 235 new Corona virus infections in Bear County yesterday. Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle have expressed support for $1400 covert stimulus checks. Texas Republican Congressman Michael Burgess says that a $600 check was not enough, and many wanted more. Let's bump that up. The $2000. I did vote in favor of that because I thought that would be something reasonable. But he says there's not as much agreement on who should be eligible for the checks. Previously, single people who learned up to $75,000 and married couples who are you up to $150,000 received the full payment. Police have arrested the man they believe is responsible for the shooting of a man and a young child in an east side church parking lot. Police arrested 20 year old Ronald Robinson for allegedly shooting a man and a six year old boy to church event the Greater Faith Institutional Church on Sunday. Chief McManus says he did not believe the shooting was accidental, but that the man was the target and the boy was caught in the crossfire. The boy was hit in the arm and is expected to be okay. The man was hospitalized in critical condition. Big night from the Jonty Murrayfield the Spurs to a 105 to 100 victory over the Golden State Warriors. Murray had 27 points, 10 rebounds and eight steals, along with the clutch three pointer late in the fourth to seal the wind after the game, DEMAR DeRozan said Murray leads by example, defensively stills taken on the challenge on both ends against another. One of the best point guards haven't played this game..
"san antonio" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Channel in San Antonio's official weather Station. NewsRadio 1200 wook I cloudy skies. 56 degrees 903 at news Radio 1200 W Away. I see. Austin Police department is being sued by the family of a man whose son was shot and killed by officers in 2019. The family. Morris to Silver is suing for use of excessive force and wrongful death and names, officers Christopher Taylor and Carl Creasy, according to the Statesman. The silver of Sri Lanka and had a mental breakdown and was holding a knife to his own throat. When cops arrived at his downtown condo one shot him with a stun gun after he refused to drop it. But seconds later, Taylor increase You shot silver with their side arms. He died later in the hospital. The family claims. A PD knew about his mental issues from previous calls but failed to treat it as a mental health event in Austin. Eric like of NewsRadio, 1200 Wook, I San Antonio police are investigating a shooting at an East side church that wounded a boy and a man over the weekend. Police chief William McManus says the shooting happened Sunday afternoon at the Greater Faith Institutional Church on W. W white at Martin Luther King Drive. A man in his mid twenties, accompanied by his girlfriend and his six year old son pulled into the church parking lot to attend an event. The suspect approached their car and opened fire. The boy was hit in the shoulder but is expected to recover. His father is in critical condition, McManus says. The man was targeted will U. S News and World Report says San Antonio's hotel Emma is the second best hotel in Texas and the 23rd best in the USA. The luxury hotel is second only to Houston's post Oak Hotel. Other San Antonio hotels and the state's top 25, or McAra Hotel and Spa in 13th Place, Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort and Spa and 16th, JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort in 17th and Hotel Valencia, Riverwalk in 24th. The ranking is based on industry awards and user ratings. A quick check of your money the Dow is up 212 points. Get the latest news anytime anywhere. Just tell your voice activated..
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"National correspondent Bills Emperor in one half hour, Mike Hope Elka host me Pure Hope. Elka podcast before 7 30 Right now, traffic and weather So watching this Big rock on the Far South side, It's got everything shut down like 14 North found between press and south W W white. That was the accident involving the rolled over 18 Wheeler. At last check. It was about a 15 minute delay otherwise, traffic flowing along pretty well on the area Roadways You haven't seen me. Traffic problems called to one owes 75 26 So one on Michael Scott NewsRadio 1200 wook I cloudy skies today Decent chance of rain look for high around 70. San Antonio's first news with Charlie Parker. Yeah. Baby wasn't welcome into Tuesday, the day after the San Antonio Spurs won on the road yesterday afternoon. Beating Portland 1 25 104 Spurs are now eight and six on the season, they have won six of their last eight games. And they're six and two on the road standard the day Stat of the day. Only the Lakers and jazz. Have one more road games in San Antonio Spurs. I thought we give that out there now, while it's still relevant. We still have two conference championship games to be.