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Fresh update on "schneider" discussed on The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast

The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast

00:23 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "schneider" discussed on The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast

"Damn it. The reason the base is so cool on this is because Lonnie Mack had never played a base guitar. I didn't know that. Do you know what's playing harmonica? I'm gonna go with Jerry chef again. Bob Dylan. Nope. Give us the initials. I know that you hate that game. JS. JS, I gotta go Jerry chef. No. John, John Schneider from the duke's house. Oh, that's a great guess. Very close. That's a great idea. It's Seinfeld and other great guests. Jerry Seinfeld. Jessica Simpson, the originally originally on credit, it's the great John Sebastian who's been a guest on this show. We welcome him back, don't we? Pinnacle of mediocrity, John Sebastian. Oh my God. Are you out of your mind? No, it's my opinion. You know, I have my opinion. And I'm so glad you can be confident to be this wrong at the same time. There's no right or wrong. You don't like this. Nope. Hot town summer in the city. Now I will admit when I hear the song, welcome back cotter. I love it. I like it. And it's terrific. Hate, welcome. Good job. By the way, John Sebastian's name came up at a poker game one night and it ruined the game. Some people thought that he had died and then just before the Internet and we had to then leave the game and somehow go to a late night bookstore and find out how to play shots of fashion. It was a big dream because money was on the line. My father was in visiting. He insisted he was alive, comedian chip chinner he assisted he was dead. My dad and chip dinner are betting hundreds of dollars over John Sebastian. Oh, he's alive. He's alive. He's my dad one. Supremely gifted guy. He's great. But he's playing the harmonica on that door song. It's kind of an obscure trivia fact, and for the rest of us that enjoy the doors unlike chick. Okay, okay, who enjoys the doors in the street? Everybody but me? I do like to do it. Some songs. Just like them, but you're indifferent. I didn't know when the doors album growing up. Well, you were too busy with sugar sugar. No, that was when I was young. That's

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Trochek, Halak lead Rangers to 4-1 win over Golden Knights

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 4 d ago

Trochek, Halak lead Rangers to 4-1 win over Golden Knights

"Vincent trochek and yaroslav halakha the rangers to a four one downing of the golden knights. Had a goal and an assist as the blue shirts improved to 8 two and three in their last 13 games. Halak made 16 of his 34 saves in the opening period. Criss-crossed scored three O 9 apart late in the first period to put New York ahead two zero. Filipino and Jimmy vesey also scored and Braden Schneider had to assist Phil kessel had the lone goal for Vegas, which has dropped 7 of its last 9, Aiden hill turned back 36 shots. I'm Dave ferry.

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"schneider" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:48 min | 2 weeks ago

"schneider" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Let's begin to get into that and in our two we can talk about it more. But obviously, there aren't two gods. There's not an Old Testament God and a New Testament God either there's one God or there's no God. And so I assume that's been part of your journey is trying to help people understand that the Old Testament is talking about Jesus. Yeah. I like to say the old and new testaments fit together like a hand in a glove. And it's difficult sometimes because of all the details and for what seems even like minutia to some people, like let's look at the spot on this person and determine whether they're leper or not. Let's look at the fungus on them and see what color it is and a lot of Christians they read that and they just think I can't even understand this. It seems like it has no relevance. I'm sorry, you're talking about the levitical laws in the Old Testament. Exactly. Which, yes, most times people just kind of skip over it and just go, yeah, whatever, whatever. But you're saying that there's something even there. Well, yes, and what I'm driving at is that because of all the details and all the laws and people having a difficult time relating to it or finding how it applies to their life, they don't see how the Hebrew Bible in the New Testament connect. So it's helpful to have somebody that can simplify it for them. And that's really what I do in messianic prophecy revealed. I kind of drive at the main themes that people can understand how these main themes of the Torah and the prophets are fulfilled and messiah Jesus. One of the clearest is just the whole theme of blood in the Hebrew Bible. You know, Israel is delivered out of Egypt through the blood of the land that they apply to their door post at Passover 3500 years ago. And the most common title for Jesus in the book of revelation is the lamb. So to help people understand this whole theme of blood in the Hebrew Bible, the day of atonement, leviticus 1711, the life of the flesh is in the blood say at the lord, and I've given it to you on the altar to make an atonement for your soul for the blood by reason of its life that makes atonement. So in modern day rabbinic Judaism, there's no blood atonement anymore. You know, they've replaced it with sacrifice and prayers, but the scriptures teach that there's no means of atonement, but through blood. So I tie all these main Salvation themes that are in the Hebrew Bible and Shaw ya shoe fulfills them. Okay, when we come back, we're going to jump into the new book messianic prophecy revealed seeing messiah and the pages of the Hebrew Bible. I've got some fun questions. Don't go away. There's a potion that will send you on your way. Feels right. Folks, I hope you're enjoying or have enjoyed the conversation with rabbi Kurt, Schneider, what an amazing story. I love it. I love stories like that. That's why we do miracle Monday. I just want to add while we have a moment Albin. Yes. We want to mention a couple of things. First of all, tomorrow night at 7 p.m. that's Tuesday night at 7 p.m.. We are going live with the second in our fall Socrates in the city series actually before I give you details on that. But that's tomorrow night. I also want to mention Salem now dot com is featuring a new film. Many of you go to Salem now dot com all the time. There's all kinds of great stuff there. There's the show that Alban and I did, which I actually, I'm wondering if people are watching, and maybe they can't find it. But I tell you, oh my gosh, it's the talk show with Eric and taxes. Just go to the go to Salem now dot com, put it in my taxes, and it should come up. And I think it's going to blow your mind. It's not political at all. We did it down the middle to try to just to try to be as apolitical as possible just to see if we could do it. And we could. But that's not my normal, normally I can't help talk about politics, but just so you'll see what we did there. Salem now dot com. But they're now featuring innovation race, which really is about how the Chinese communists are really, they've stolen tons of our technology and they really want to rule the world. And their values are not our values. And so it's called innovation race at Salem now dot com..

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"schneider" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:55 min | 2 weeks ago

"schneider" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Story. Okay, so the autobiography is called to break through. The book is called call to breakthrough rabbi Kurt Schneider. People can find you at discovering the Jewish Jesus dot com. We're going to get into your new book messianic prophecy revealed. But I just want to finish up your story. So did you ever marry have kids? How did that? You said a few minutes ago, Eric, how the lord is just kind of walked me through everything. And one of the incredible things that he's done is bring me the right wife. So I'll actually, by the grace of God, this coming Sunday, it'll be 40 years that my love Cynthia mercury and I have been married. We have two daughters, a 35 year old and a 30 year old and I've got 5 grandkids. Wow. Okay, now you and what part of the country are you in now? I'm in Columbus, Ohio. Okay, you're back in Ohio. So you did get married young in the middle of this on fire for Jesus. 25. God gave you the woman. That he had prepared for he chosen for you. Wow. We got married, and we left from the marriage party to drive to to call falls Georgia to go to Bible school. So no honeymoon, straight to Bible skull. So you did go to Bible school. Wow. Well, you've been busy. So in the middle of all this, I think for a lot of people who are listening, is just this idea which we've been talking about that. So many people, if you live in New York, it's not so much the case. Because I know so many people who are ethnically Jewish who believe in Jesus as messiah. I mean, tons of them are around the world. But for a lot of people, they still are stuck in this mode like there's Jews and there's Christians. And I always want to say wrong. There's Jews and there's gentiles. And if you believe in Jesus, well, that's another story, but there are plenty of non Jews who are not Christians. But for you, this has to be at the center of your identity just because culturally speaking, a lot of people don't get that. Totally. And you look at the past that I have, and obviously these are making a statement. It's for myself to identify with the lord as a Jew, as someone that's boldly proclaiming Jesus messiah. And it's also a statement to the world into the Jewish community that a jubilee and Jesus is the most spiritually Jewish thing that you can do. The sad thing is Eric, what I'm really facing and what messianic Jews like myself face is when we believe in Jesus not only does the traditional Jewish community view us as no longer Jewish, which makes no sense at all because being Jewish is a part of your biological genes. The Senate of Abraham Isaac and Jacob. But not only does the traditional Jewish community illogically say you're not Jewish anymore because you believe in Jesus, but the sadder even still to me is that even Christians will look at me like you're not Jewish anymore. Like you're not an authentic Jew anymore. Yes. Now those Christians, of course, are not that Christian. I just want to say that side note, annotation. No, I mean, look, the level of foolishness and ignorance is in this world is tremendous. But it is interesting how so many Jews would proudly proclaim the jewishness of all these Jewish atheists, but denounce the jewishness of a Jew who says I believe in everything in the Bible. Oh yes, and I also believe Jesus is messiah and they're like, oh, you're out. And you think if I was just going to be purely logical, I would say something's wrong with that picture. There's a hostility, an animus that does not make logical sense. And what's really interesting, you go back to the brick how to shout the New Testament and after Jesus raised Lazarus from the dead, the Jewish religious leaders got together, they said, what are we going to do with this man? Speaking of yeshua of Jesus. If we let him go on, all men will believe in them. And then it says that from that day for it, they plotted how to kill them. And that hatred towards Jesus that we read about in the New Testament with the pharisees, because they were jealous of them. Of course. That mindset though was passed on to Judaism every generation since the origin of modern day rabbinic Judaism are the grandsons of those pharisees that we read about in the New Testament. Yeah. Yeah, it's so extraordinary. The bitterness. They even wanted to kill Lazarus, which I always find funny. Like sick and funny. This is like the evidence is too much. We got to kill this guy. Even though he died and rose in there, we got to be better kill him too. It's so nuts, but you have just bravely devoted your life to the truth. And so I want to talk about you have a brand new book out. Called messiah messianic prophecy revealed seeing messiah and the pages of the Hebrew Bible..

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"schneider" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:30 min | 2 weeks ago

"schneider" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Oh, you know what, we're at a time we'll be right back more with rabbi Schneider. We'd like to help you learn your sound around you with the overturn of roe V wade lots of companies are coming out saying they'll pay for employee abortion travel and expenses. Most of you have heard about some of these companies you've decided to stop shopping or doing business there, but did you know that you most likely own stock in those companies through your four-o-one-ks, IRAs, and other investment accounts. Folks, this is a huge problem, and we need to do something about this to send a message to Wall Street through our investments. You need to go to inspire advisers dot com slash Eric and get a free inspire impact report. This biblical investment analysis will educate you on what's really in your investment accounts like companies paying for abortion travel. You need to go to inspire advisers dot com slash Eric to connect with an inspire adviser's financial professional who can run your report and help remove companies paying for abortion travel. Today, go to inspire advisers dot com slash Eric that's inspire advisers dot com slash Eric. Advisory services are offered through inspire advisers LLC, a registered investment adviser with the SEC. Hey there folks, I'm talking to rabbi, Kurt Schneider, what a fascinating.

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"schneider" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:29 min | 2 weeks ago

"schneider" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Who is telling us his story, his new book is called messianic prophecy revealed seeing messiah and the pages of the Hebrew Bible. And his website is discovering the Jewish Jesus dot com. So you're telling us now that you get through this two months of hell, your parents put you in the psychiatric unit. And you come out and what? You just resume, pick up where you left off, you know, the story is so long. I encourage people to get the book called the breakthrough. I mean, I've been through so much, Eric. Just being stripped of everything to rely completely on the lord. Eventually what happened when I was released, I moved out of my home, got a map of the United States, put the map of the United States on the ground, took a corridor, flipped it in the air. I said, lord, what am I doing in Cleveland anymore? I've lost everything. I've lost my family. My Friends, they all think I'm nuts. I lost them. What am I doing here? I just want to start over with you and I flip that quarter, landed on a place on the map, park rapids, Minnesota, didn't tell anybody where I was going, gotten my vehicle, headed towards park rapids, Minnesota, it's a whole journey. You got to but I mean, that is extraordinary that you just decided I'm just going to, you know, go go and see what God does. Or whatever. But I mean, tell us a little bit more because I want to get to everything. But you know, you're a young man. You're looking for the meaning of life. You're convinced you found the meaning of life. But the question always is, okay, now what do I do about that? Well, because I knew that Jesus was alive because it would reveal himself to me supernaturally, not just in that first vision. But during those first few years, in several other powerful, dramatic Supernatural encounters. Because I knew he was alive and that he could be experienced, that was my quest. I can experience God. That became the passion. You know, once a religion, it's that God is alive, and I can experience them. And the thought was, Eric, if I could experience him supernaturally during these brief encounters that I had, why can I not always experience some supernaturally? So that became the goal. If I could experience him supernaturally for two seconds during that encounter, what do I have to do to continuously being experience experiencing your glory lord? So that's been my quest. Everything in my life has been focused on that. It's like your go ahead. Well, no, it's logical, right? In other words, if God is alive. And he speaks to us, then the only question becomes how does he want to speak to me? What do I need to do to hear from him? And this is, of course, an ongoing project for anybody who's serious about God. What do I need to do? And for some people it can become performance oriented, which can be bad. I need you to do this and this and this and don't do this. But at the same time, it's the healthiest question we can ask. Lore, you made me, what do you have to say to me? How do I hear it from you? How do you lead me? And I mean, I'm particularly fascinated because it's different for everybody. It is some people hear from God in one way. Some people, it's the same God, he never contradicts the scriptures. We're not talking about some angel of light leading you to hell. We're talking about God, but the question is, how do you know it's God? So I mean, if you can share a little bit about that, because so many people are hungry for that. Yeah, yeah. So what happened was, is I told everybody about my experience, I think this is maybe what you were driving out a little earlier. What did you do? So they started telling everybody about what had happened to me. Eventually somebody said, you need to go get a New Testament. Now, I'm going way back now. In the first part of my, that was going to say that step number one, pretty basic stuff. So I started devouring the word. I mean, it was like the word a guy was coming off the page as I read the scripture. Then what happened was I tried to apply the same type of discipline to my Christian walk that I applied to my life when I was wrestling. So I'd be going, I'm going to church now. Well, you need to read the Bible more. You need to pray more. You need a witness more. You need to give more money. So I'm doing all those things to the grade. I could not have been doing those things any more than I was doing them. And every time I was coming up lord, I still haven't found what I'm looking for. Then I heard Larry Lee's teaching. You might remember back. Oh, he was a guy back guy. I think in the 90s, he developed this teaching that the secret was to pray the lord's prayer. So he developed this prayer format where you pray the lord's prayer and like our father that art in heaven, hallowed be thy name, then you begin to praise God in all his Hebrew names. Hollowed is your name. This was like an hour long program. I'm very familiar with this. Could you not Terry one hour? I know that now I know what you're talking about. Well, what's so fascinating to me is it's not like there's anything inherently wrong with these things. But it's just like, you know, I wrote about a biography of Martin Luther. You start, if you have a certain kind of personality, which you obviously do, you think, okay, how do I get to be the best? How do I, what do I need to do? How many hours do I need to pray? How do I need to be great? And it becomes something that does not bring you closer to the peace of God. Here's when it all shifted. It all shifted about probably 17 years ago. And the lord said to me, I want you to stop praying for everything, but one thing. I want you to ask me for revelation of the reality that I'm inside you, that Jesus is in you, Christ in you, the hope of glory. That shifted everything. As soon as God brought me to that revelation from that first day, I want you to stop rank for everything, but one thing I want you to ask me for the revelation that I'm in you, Christ in you the hope of Lori instantly power came into my life. I'm so fascinated how everybody has these different stories because your personality when you talk about the wrestling and stuff that some people and Martin Luther was, was that kind of a character, other people, that there is an intensity, and people say, oh, he's intense. And then there are other people who are really laid back, and they're so laid back, you wish they'd be a little bit more intense and focused. And there's some people so focused and intense, you wish they'd be a little bit more like, it's just interesting how God created every one of us differently and how he reaches us and speaks does in each of us, he has a different story with each of us..

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"schneider" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:43 min | 2 weeks ago

"schneider" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Jesus. Wow. I know there's so many people listening who can't relate to this and there's so many people listening who can relate to this. I can relate to this in a very mild way because I was raised in the Greek Orthodox church. It's similar. It's an ethnic identity. It's very central to who you are. So when I had my miraculous born again experience around age 25, it was similar. It was in the middle of the night. God speaks to me in this dream, whatever. Game over. Jesus is lord. I know it's true. I have joy. But to my dad and to members of the Greek community to the priest, it felt like a rebuke to them like I had left them or left what they had raised me up in and, you know, what is wrong with you going over with these crazy evangelical born again nutcases and you know they all have stories of those crazy born against how they behave and they claim to hear from God and whatever. And in other countries, when these kinds of things happen, I mean, if you're in a Muslim country and this happens to you, your parents may want to have you killed, they may tell you, leave our home and never come back. I mean, horrible stuff. So it's important for us to understand that if you are chosen by God to any extent, there's a price to be paid and you have to say, lord, lead me through this. If this is you, lead me through this. We'll be right back. We're talking to rabbi Kurt, Schneider, discovering the Jewish Jesus dot com over the way to prepare us that well and place that in this way. Tell me why relief factor is so successful at lowering or eliminating pain. I'm often asked that question just the other night, I was asked that question, well, the owners of relief factor tell me they believe our bodies were designed to heal. That's right, designed to heal, and I agree with them. And the doctors who formulated relief factor for them selected the four best ingredients, yes, 100% drug free ingredients, and each one of them helps your body deal with inflammation. Each of the four ingredients deals with inflammation from a different metabolic pathway. That's the point. So approaching from four different angles may be why so many people find such wonderful relief. If you've got back pain, shoulder, neck, hip, knee, or foot pain from exercise or just getting older, you should order the three week quick start discounted to only 1995 to see if it'll work for you. It has worked for about 70% of the half a million people who've tried it and have ordered.

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"schneider" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:35 min | 2 weeks ago

"schneider" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Back. I'm talking to rabbi Kurt Schneider, you can find him at the website discovering the Jewish Jesus dot com. You just said something so you could tell, I just light up. I'm so fascinated by this. The idea that there are Jewish traditions that have been lost. You just talked about the binding of Isaac and all this different stuff. Really, for centuries and centuries, this has been lost. And it seems to me an indicator that we're in the end times are at some point in the end times. Because to have this come back to us, that these Jewish sources would tell us something about what the Bible says that most Christians have been completely ignorant of for 19th centuries. Yeah. I mean, that's a big deal. And obviously, you write about that in this book. I mean, the idea of Jesus, I mean, I'm sorry of Isaac. Being not a little kid. Yeah, it's amazing. There's a lot of depth. There's a lot of depth in Jewish tradition. The danger that I have found sometimes going a little bit of a different direction with it is sometimes Christians discover this. They get so enamored by the beauty of Judaism. I've seen them leave the faith and deny Jesus and go completely headlong into rabbinic Judaism. But there's a lot a lot there. I also love how your shoe identifies himself as the offspring of David. I mean, the end of the book of revelation, she has this I am the offspring of David, the Brighton morning star. And this whole connection, Jesus identifies himself more closely with David than any other figure in the Hebrew Bible. And so we ask ourselves, what is it about David that Jesus identifies with? He brings David up oftentimes even in some of his conversations with the pharisees. Who is David talking to? And he said, the lord said to my lord, sit here at your right hand at my right hand and try to make your enemies of footstone underneath your feet, but with David, and I think about Jesus's identification with David. What's the connection there? And I think about David was, he was someone that everybody overlooked. You remember saw went to anoint when a Jesse's son was. And we started with the biggest, and he went all the way down. He didn't get the witness of the Holy Spirit that any of these guys were the ones that God was going to anoint the next king. And he says to Jesse, you know, are there any others? Oh, that little one in the field. So he's overlooked. Just like GS was overlooked. The Carpenter's son. And then David comes out of obscurity. Isn't it interesting that David city Bethlehem is where Jesus was born? Again, there are so many connections that when you begin to dig into this, it blows your mind and makes you think, boy, I've missed, I've missed it. This is heavy stuff. This is amazing, amazing stuff. And I was mentioning Jeannie Constantino. She, it's only because she studied first century Jewish law and some of that Jewish history. And I thought most Christians over the centuries have just lost this. So I just see it as a really beautiful thing that some of the stuff is coming together. And you're one of the people that got us chosen to kind of bring us back to these Jewish roots, which are our roots. I mean, to be divorced from that is to miss everything. And because obviously this is how Jesus saw these things. You know, Eric, I think this will really resonate with you. There are so many believers, Christians. They call themselves Christians. They go to church, but if you would ask them, is Jesus the only way to God, can people that believe in Buddha and our practicing, what can they go to heaven? Can Muslims go to heaven? Any other spiritual path. And there are deep inside there like, well, I'm not going to, I'm not going to judge them. Deep down what they believe is that as long as someone sincere and tries to be a good person, they're going to go to heaven. I'm talking about Christians now. And there's no understanding of the importance of what I call sacrificial provisionary sacrificial atonement. Substitutionary sacrificial atonement. They don't understand the blood of Jesus, that it's only through the blood, the innocent being shedding his blood on behalf of the guilty that a sinful human being can enter into a relationship where he becomes acceptable to God. And that's why I love Isaiah 53. And remind those of us who haven't memorized it completely, what is Isaiah 53. It is probably the strongest, messianic chapter of the entire word of God. And I know that you probably had other people that have talked about. I say a 53 as well because it's probably the most well-known talked about messianic prophecy. But what I say 53 is about is the crucifixion. He was pierced through for our iniquities. He was wounded for our trans questions that chastisement of our well-being fell upon him by his scourging. We are healed. And all of us like sheep have gone astray, each of us has turned to his own way and the lord laid upon him the iniquity of us all. And it's just, to me, if someone doesn't understand that Jesus is the only way to heaven, I don't think they're at least a Christian with understanding if I don't want to judge, but if you don't understand the blood of Jesus, the uniqueness of who he is and what he's done, if you think he's one of many paths. You don't get it. Well, it's pretty sloppy. And there are a lot of us who, you know, we drift along in sloppy platitudes and things. And because we don't want to judge, on the other hand, we want to know what is right and what is true. And you can not dismiss. I mean, I love when you talk about the blood, blood has to be shed innocent blood has to be shed. Someplace along the line, I remember when I heard that, oh yeah, and in genesis, when they put on these fig leaves, they put on these fig leaf aprons and God says, no, no, no, no, no. That's not going to cover it, literally or figuratively. That's a joke. That's dead religion. You think that's going to cover your nakedness? No. And he made for them animal skins. Animals had to be killed, blood had to be shed to cover them and God had to.

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"schneider" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:30 min | 2 weeks ago

"schneider" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Folks, welcome to the Eric metaxas show, sponsored by legacy precious metals. There's never been a better time to invest in precious metals, visit legacy p.m. investments dot com that's legacy p.m. investments dot com. Ladies and gentlemen, he has a jar of peanut butter and he's not afraid to use it. Here comes Eric mar Texas. Are you ready? Are you right while you better get ready? Because we've just started. I wasn't ready, but now I have to get ready. I'm pretty excited because we get to talk about something that I think about a lot. Are you ready for this? If you listen to this program or read my books, you know about this. The jewishness of Jesus. Did you know he was Jewish? A lot of people think he was Norwegian. Actually, that's inaccurate. He was Jewish. His mother Mary of course was Italian, everybody knows. In all seriousness, this is an important subject for many reasons. So let me cut to the chase and say that I have as my guest in the studio here at TBN in New York City, rabbi Kurt Schneider, rabbi Schneider, welcome. Great to be here with you, my friend. Great to be with you. I got to tell you, there's so much I want to talk about. First of all, I want your story. And then I want to talk about your brand new book. You have a new book out just out this week next week. Messianic prophecy revealed seeing messiah in the pages of the Hebrew Bible. That's the new book. Messianic prophecy revealed. But your previous book tells your story and I want my own. I always want my audience to know where people coming from literally figuratively, how they got to be where they are. So your book, which is your autobiography called to break through, called to break through by rabbi Kurt Schneider, it tells your story. So I was just asking you in our green room here. Where did you grow up? How did you come to believe Jesus messiah, so where did you grow up? I grew up in an eastern suburb of Cleveland, Ohio. I've heard of it. Yep, Cleveland is actually one of the strongest Jewish communities in the country. And I grew up in beachwood, a suburb there. It was actually listed as having the second Eric highest concentration of Jews. Anywhere outside of Israel in the world. What? Not the most Jews in Los Angeles or New York City, but the concentration. So like for us, the public schools were closed on Jewish holidays because no one would show up. Wow. And just really grew up in a very loving Jewish culture. There are so many good things in the Jewish culture in terms of love of family, love of children, knew nothing about Yoshi and knew nothing about Jesus growing up. I mean, I never thought of him. He was a far away to me as the man on the moon. But I ran into a very difficult time in my life when my identity fell. And that was because of the fact that was so tied to athletics. I wrestled all through school, got a small scholarship to wrestle in college. And when I walked off that wrestling mat Eric after wrestling the last match in high school, it was like the world was pulled out from underneath my feet. So this was your whole, I mean, I can relate to this to some extent. People don't realize I was that way with pole vault thing. Just kidding. No, but the point is that something becomes to use the current cliche, your metric for success. And moving toward a goal and it keeps you going and it keeps you focused and whatever. And so you're telling me that you were such a good wrestler in high school that you're getting you get a scholarship and suddenly the college where you're going. You know you're going. There is no wrestling program. It's done. Yeah, yeah. But you know, the reality is when I walked off that wrestling mat after wrestling the last match in high school, it happened that quick. All of someone I looked into the future, Eric. I realized that what I had built my life on didn't mean a hill of beans going into the real world now. I was no longer in control. I was stepping into an environment where I was like this small now. And there were so many things that were bigger than I was in terms of just the complexities of life and speaking of speaking of how small you felt..

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CNN: SCOTUS Halts Biden's Termination of Title 42

"Listen to how depressed they are I mean this is like TV suicide watch You don't want to turn now to breaking news The U.S. Supreme Court has issued has ordered title 42 to stay in place while legal challenges play out Now title 42 is the Trump era pandemic policy which allows border officials to expel migrants either back to their home countries or in to Mexico I want to bring in CNN's justice correspondent Jessica Schneider what are you seeing right now and what's been released Well Phil we've been waiting for this from the Supreme Court for about a week now The bottom line here is that whereas title 41 I'm sorry title 42 was set to expire on December 21st It will remain in place indefinitely at this point because the Supreme Court has stepped in to definitively say that yes we're going to initially hear side with the Republican state led states who were challenging the end of title 42 And we're going to schedule arguments on this case to decide one of the issues here in February In the meantime title 42 will stay in place It was supposed to end then these Republican led states jumped in asking the court to then jump in the Supreme Court did jump in And now the Supreme Court is clarifying here saying we jumped in and we're also going to grant the Republican led states request to hear this case and to keep title 42 in place until we decide that So

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Jeopardy! Tournament of Champions: And the Big Winner Is...

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Jeopardy! Tournament of Champions: And the Big Winner Is...

"Big finale for a big winner in this year's season of jeopardy After running off a 40 game streak earlier this year Amy Snyder capped off for 2022 by winning the jeopardy tournament of champions but she needed a mix of knowledge and daring to pull off the victory as she engaged in a showdown with Andrew he a player known for his huge beards on the show's daily doubles Schneider led he by $1400 going into final jeopardy both contestants got the right answer our American cousin the play president Lincoln was attending when he was assassinated in 1885 but this time Schneider made a bigger back to win her third match in the tournament of champions and the quarter $1 million grand prize

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DC AG filing civil suit vs. Commanders, Snyder, NFL, Goodell

AP News Radio

01:03 min | 2 months ago

DC AG filing civil suit vs. Commanders, Snyder, NFL, Goodell

"The District of Columbia's attorney general is filing a lawsuit against the Washington commanders its owner and the NFL I'm Ben Thomas with the latest Mister Schneider lied to D.C. consumers when he denied knowing anything Anything about the allegations of a hostile work environment and culture of sexual harassment D.C. attorney general Karl Racine laying out the central allegation behind the civil consumer protection lawsuit against the Washington commanders owner Dan Snyder the NFL and commissioner Roger Goodell The team is the subject of multiple ongoing investigations also including potential financial improprieties The NFL had conducted its own probe but Racine says the league and Snyder had a private understanding This agreement enabled information about the investigation to be shared with mister Snyder and gave him the keys to determine what could and what could not be shared with the public Ben Thomas Washington

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CDC: avergae of 5,000 cases per week this month of RSV

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

CDC: avergae of 5,000 cases per week this month of RSV

"With COVID cases expected to spike this winter they'll collide with flu season and other viruses already the CDC reports this month the U.S. has been recording about 5000 cases per week of RSV respiratory syncytial virus It causes cold like symptoms but can be serious for infants and older adults as the CDC's doctor Eileen Schneider It causes an infection that affects the lungs and breathing passages and is very common most children will get it by the age of two but you can get RSV infection at any age She says it's time to seek medical help When you're having difficulty breathing not drinking enough fluids or if your symptoms are getting worse Federal data shows children's hospital beds filling up I'm Julie Walker

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Child Star Jennette McCurdy Spills the Beans on Creepy Dan Schneider

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:23 min | 6 months ago

Child Star Jennette McCurdy Spills the Beans on Creepy Dan Schneider

"We haven't talked about genetic mccurdy yet, have we? Oh, wow, this is quite a story. Jennette McCurdy has written a book about all the shit she went through as a child star and the excerpts are pretty wild, but I do recall me giving you some of this crazy story on this podcast some years ago, so I was on this before she wrote the book, so Jennette McCurdy, who used to be on the children's show I Carly. She wrote this memoir, wonderfully titled, I'm glad my mom died. And horrible. And in this book, she details her life as a child star her relationship with her mom and her experiences with Nickelodeon. That's a network that many actors and actresses can't rub the stink off them. In the book, she really goes crazy. The book hit stores yesterday. So in this book, mccurdy details the humiliations and the mistreatment she endured while growing up in the public eye. She writes about being photographed in a bikini at a wardrobe fitting and then being encouraged to drink alcohol by a person she simply refers to as the creator. Now, even though she doesn't reveal the creator's identity, she is without doubt referring to one of my favorite subjects on fame as a bitch during my pedophile hunting days, will be smoked him out of every corner in Hollywood, and we name names, that would be the iCarly creator Dan getting the van Schneider. Who left the network back in 2018 amid rumors that he was verbally abusive and difficult to work with now some who work with him also said they felt uncomfortable when he frequently asked an employee from the costume department for shoulder and neck massages or he used to text child actors outside of work hours. That's fucking creepy than anything. Mccurdy also said it's important to talk about. It was so commonplace. His behavior and it was all accepted because everybody was scared of losing their job. I don't blame any of them. I get it. But it was really unfortunate. Everything that happened in the children's television series environment it really seems like there's not much of a moral compass there. I'm so glad finally, after all these years and she used to get a lot of shit for not wanting to work on that show anymore. After all these years, somebody speaks out against this horrible person.

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"schneider" Discussed on Game Scoop!

Game Scoop!

01:35 min | 6 months ago

"schneider" Discussed on Game Scoop!

"You're also playing life life. Yes, thank you for saying the name of the game first, because I meant before this show started to look up how it's pronounced in forgot. I don't even know if that's true. It is true. It's live alive. Do they say it in the game? No. No, but they say it. Well, okay, so they say it in the trailer, but also Japanese the English trailers have been like kind of mistranslated before, so there is the kind of weird thing where people are like, it is live alive, but I think the widely accepted version is live alive. Hair, Schneider has played the original game, went since it came out. And he is the one who attests that it's live alive. So I'm just going to believe. For me, it's live alive. Settled it. Yeah, playing it, loving it. It's also a pretty chill game. It has this sort of grid based combat system in it, but at least in the chapter. So the game is sort of like octopath, where you can choose whatever chapter you want. And they've all been dead easy. You're definitely here for the atmosphere and the soundtrack is one of the greatest RPG soundtracks I've probably ever experienced. And that's what you're here for in these sort of RPG short stories, not for rewarding combat, at least in my experience so far. And it's great. I've done, let me see four, 5 of the little shot. That's so good. Did you do that? Whoever edited this. He really went for it. Sorry, go ahead. And it's awesome. I don't think it's a spoiler

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The Latest in Sports

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 7 months ago

The Latest in Sports

"AP sports I'm Bruce Morton Tradition reigns supreme Thursday when the British open returns to the old course at saint Andrews The weather forecast calls for just a slight breeze Baseball the mets won in Atlanta 7 three while the twins scored a four one victory over Milwaukee The Blue Jays have fired manager Charlie montoyo replacing him with bench coach John Schneider for the rest of the season Toronto's next opponent the royals won't be at full strength Ten players on Kansas City's roster are in violation of Canadian restrictions against travelers who are not vaccinated against COVID-19 College football at the conference's media day knew big 12 commissioner Brent your mark says the league will consider all possible realignment possibilities Hockey along line of NHL free agency moves among them Stanley Cup winning goaltender Darcy Kemper going from Colorado to the capitals and Johnny goodrow leaving Calgary for Columbus Bruce Martin AP sports

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Hernández homers twice, Jays win first game under Schneider

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 7 months ago

Hernández homers twice, Jays win first game under Schneider

"The Blue Jays whip the Phillies 8 to two after making a managerial change before the game John Schneider was promoted from bench coach to interim skipper following the dismissal of Charlie Montoya Teoscar Hernandez hit a pair of two run homers to lead the Jays to just their fourth win in 13 games this month Vladimir Guerrero junior also homered and Ross stripling held the Phillies to a pair of runs over 7 innings The Phillies dropped their fourth in a row despite Bryce and stats to run blast Losing pitcher Zack Wheeler was reached for 6 runs and 7 hits over four and two thirds I'm Dave

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Blue Jays fire Montoyo, promote Schneider for rest of season

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 7 months ago

Blue Jays fire Montoyo, promote Schneider for rest of season

"The Blue Jays have made a managerial change after going three and 9 to open July Charlie Montoya was let go with the team 46 and 42 and holding the AL's final wild card birth The Jays promoted bench coach John Schneider to interim skipper for the rest of the season Montoya was two 36 and two 36 with Toronto including a 91 and 71 campaign last year The Blue Jays made the 2020 playoffs losing in the wild card round Schneider has managed Toronto single a and double-A teams I'm Dave

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Highland Park shooting scene reopened

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 7 months ago

Highland Park shooting scene reopened

"Barricades and crime scene tape have come down in Thailand park Illinois that were surrounding a business district that was close in July 4th mass shooting that occurred during a parade in this Chicago suburb It was very quiet when the barricades came down sometime before 5 30 a.m. when Dale Miller started walking his dog Milo in the area right near where the shooting occurred He lives about a hundred yards away but was not at the parade He heard what he thought at first was fireworks but later realized was gunshots Immediately people started calling him when they heard the news Many were panicking including his daughter who he said called him up in tears He says I've lost my safe haven I highland park was always the one place I could go where I was safe And that's been taken away In highland park I'm roger Schneider

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Memorials begin for Highland Park shooting victims

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 7 months ago

Memorials begin for Highland Park shooting victims

"Killed when a gunman opened fire on a July 4th parade in highland park Illinois Thursday it was a vigil When we need the names of the ten people killed in Buffalo the 19 kids and two teachers killed a new baldy Congressman Brad Schneider a Democrat who represents highland park linked the July 4th parade shooting to recent massacres in New York and Texas Reading the names of people murdered with weapons of war That sound courtesy WLS today services are scheduled for two beloved grandfathers and a former synagogue preschool teacher 63 year old Jacqueline Sondheim 88 year old Steven Strauss and

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The Troubling Case of One Parent's Journey in Defending His Child

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:56 min | 7 months ago

The Troubling Case of One Parent's Journey in Defending His Child

"Hello everybody to the special episode of the Charlie Kirk show, with us right now is my pastor, rob McCoy. Rob, welcome back. Thanks, buddy. And then joining us remotely is Bryce ceti, the great Bryce, and Bryce, I don't know if you've ever been on our program. So welcome to our not yet. So here we go. Thank you. And Steve Schneider, who is a great American, and we're honored to have all of you guys and kind of talk about something important that is local in our focus, but national in nature. Absolutely. And so however you guys want to take it, rob, do you want to start? And then we can kind of, let me do my best to frame it. And then I know Jason Steve will be able to add all kinds of insight to it. In our community, the kineto unified school districts, there's two newspapers in the Canelo valley where I reside. And as this Bryce and Steve, these two newspapers, one is the guardian, the other, is the acorn. The guardian did a paper, did an article called third grade teacher promotes gender confusion in the classroom. And it was an article writing on behalf of Steve Schneider, who's on the program with us. Who was standing in defense of his third great daughter, who was told by the teacher to now these are the new pronouns of this fellow student in your class, and this is a book I want to read to you on transgender. And then expose the children to a video without parental permission. Steve took issue with at the kineto guardian on his behalf, wrote a very, very clear and concise article, everything and it was true. Good reporting, the acorn, which is a defender of what I would say that California teachers association and the district itself took great offense to it. Then the news channels came out CBS. They did a whole thing on it. And then there was graffiti at that elementary school and they blamed Steve Schneider for it. The police came to his house. He'll tell you more about that. He wasn't even there, so it was crazy.

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"schneider" Discussed on VUX World

VUX World

03:51 min | 8 months ago

"schneider" Discussed on VUX World

"Yo yo yo. Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls. Welcome to vu X world. Sometimes I just want to hang around and listen to more of that tune. It really really excites me. However, it does flag up a copyright issue on YouTube, so I can't monetize these videos when I play that song, which is an absolute pain because I love the song, but it gets flagged, so there you go. Anyway, welcome to VOX world, I'm your host, as always Ken sins. Today, we have the return of the one and only Frank Schneider from speakeasy AI. The fresh prince of AI, by the way, and his fourth appearance on V wax world out there now in the lead officially the one guest who's been on the VX for a podcast tomorrow is out of everybody. And we've done, I think now this will be the 200th and 25th episode, I think it is, something like that, which is getting there. And so before I bring on Frank, I'd like to give a shout out to deep Graham, deep Graham sponsoring this and all episodes of the UX world. Deep Graham is industry leading speech recognition. If you haven't checked them out thus far, I've been talking about them quite a lot on the podcast every time we open the shore. Do check them out. If you're looking for a speech recognition services to put in front of your voice assistance, if you're looking for speech recognition to put within your course, then it's a transcribe cause for compliance reasons or quality control reasons, whatever it may be, then do check out the gram. They're very cost effective. They're incredibly quick, which is really important. And they also allow you to retrain those models, which is really important if you want to feed your NLU some accurate inputs and to get better performance out of your ESR. So do go to deep gram dot com forward slash video X world for more information that is deep gram dot com slash VU X world..

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An Unfortunate Tragedy Before Showtime in Dallas

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | 9 months ago

An Unfortunate Tragedy Before Showtime in Dallas

"We had a just a tragedy that I couldn't share with you on the air because the family didn't know. All the family members weren't notified apparently. But I was in Dallas for I'm still in Dallas one more day here in Dallas, and then I'm flying back to Florida today. After performing in a musical and it was a great success, we had great response. I had a blast, played suitless, finding the app on the way to the forum. The day we opened, which was Thursday, the morning of our opening, our 31 year old production stage manager, a beautiful young woman named Ashley Ashley Schneider, who we all adored. She was just a pro, just wonderful to deal with. Heck, she texted me Wednesday night. Well, she died Thursday morning unexpectedly. And you talk about something that brings a company of 40 or 50 people who are working on a project closer together in grief and shock, I mean, one minute she's with us and laughing and vibrant vibrant and just full of life and her husband of four months. I know, I know. Horrifying. Her husband of four months finds her unresponsive in bed, the morning of our opening. And you talk about a tough thing to go through for these young people in this production and since I was the lead in the show and kind of the anchor of the whole production, the producers actually reached out to me and told me about it early in the day, but they didn't want to tell the cast. Because they were afraid the cast, first of all, they weren't able to confirm it exactly. It's a whole

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Kreider scores 45th goal, Rangers hold off Penguins 3-2

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 11 months ago

Kreider scores 45th goal, Rangers hold off Penguins 3-2

"The New York Rangers scored three goals in under eight minutes to get by the Pittsburgh Penguins three to two Chris Kreider scored a power play goal and assisted another in the wind Frank Vatrano also found the net for New York as did Braden Schneider Igor sister Kim made twenty two saves for New York which top Pittsburgh for a second time in five days Gerard the launch team jumped the penguins in the metropolitan division standings not a whole lot of mistakes and I know it's it's good to watch that game again because we played two great games against that team and you know coming in this building and shot them down after two appeared with nine shots only it's it's it's a good job everybody we need twenty guys and they all worked hard and found a way to get a big win Brian Boyle and Sidney Crosby scored for Pittsburgh Tristen Jari made twenty three saves the penguins however have lost three of four Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh

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'Jeopardy! champion Amy Schneider's history-making run ends

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

'Jeopardy! champion Amy Schneider's history-making run ends

"There's there's there's there's a a a a new new new new jeopardy jeopardy jeopardy jeopardy champion champion champion champion something something something something we we we we haven't haven't haven't haven't been been been been able able able able to to to to save save save save for for for for a a a a couple couple couple couple months months months months now now now now you're you're you're you're gonna gonna gonna gonna finish finish finish finish in in in in second second second second place place place place with with with with nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen thousand thousand thousand thousand six six six six hundred hundred hundred hundred gets gets gets gets forty forty forty forty N. N. N. N. done done done done for for for for jeopardy jeopardy jeopardy jeopardy champ champ champ champ Amy Amy Amy Amy Schneider Schneider Schneider Schneider she's she's she's she's been been been been dethroned dethroned dethroned dethroned after after after after a a a a whopping whopping whopping whopping eight eight eight eight weeks weeks weeks weeks of of of of domination domination domination domination on on on on the the the the popular popular popular popular TV TV TV TV game game game game show show show show round round round round house house house house mark mark mark mark you you you you are are are are our our our our new new new new jeopardy jeopardy jeopardy jeopardy one one one thousand thousand thousand six six six hundred hundred hundred dollars dollars dollars ten ten ten thousand thousand thousand dollars dollars dollars better better better than than than Schneiders Schneiders Schneiders it it it was was was one one one of of of the the the few few few times times times that that that she she she entered entered entered final final final jeopardy jeopardy jeopardy without without without a a a run run run away away away lead lead lead her her her forty forty forty game game game run run run ends ends ends with with with one one one point point point four four four million million million dollars dollars dollars in in in prize prize prize money money money putting putting putting her her her in in in the the the pantheon pantheon pantheon of of of all all all time time time jeopardy jeopardy jeopardy greats greats greats including including including Ken Ken Ken Jennings Jennings Jennings who who who hosted hosted hosted the the the show show show that that that saw saw saw her her her streak streak streak and and and I'm I'm I'm Oscar Oscar Oscar wells wells wells Gabriel Gabriel Gabriel

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Washington Post: Va. Gov. Youngkin’s Assertive First Week in Office Leaves Republicans Jubilant, Democrats Fuming

Mark Levin

01:56 min | 1 year ago

Washington Post: Va. Gov. Youngkin’s Assertive First Week in Office Leaves Republicans Jubilant, Democrats Fuming

"The new governor of Virginia ladies and gentlemen there was a piece of few days ago in the Washington compost by Gregory Schneider and Lara Vauxhall If that is her name the big unknown about governor Glenn youngkin as he ran for office last year apart from the exact size of his vast fortune Now keep in mind The Washington Post never supported this guy but look at the cheap shots apart from his vast fortune They don't care about how Hunter Biden made money as laptop how the bidens are ripped us off 31 million No no no no But Gregory and Lara which just how red the political newcomer really was behind that easygoing demeanor One week into his term mystery solved Young and stormed into Richmond just listened to the language He stormed in a Richmond with an assertion of executive power that is thrilled that GOP base But caught even some allies off guard and he's made clear that he views his two point margin of victory as a mandate for conservative change And Biden his mandate is what The 50 50 Senate three or four member lead in the I mean just listen to how these a holes talking right Republican lawmakers say they're energized by the fast start November's election was a call for change in the Commonwealth and like a lot of voters across Virginia I'm excited to see that our governor has hit the ground running on day one House majority leader Terry kilgore Republican of Scott Virginia said But already the new governor has drawn a lawsuit from parents and Chesapeake Gee over his executive order declaring an end to mass mandates and public schools that challenge led to him Friday issue and other statement which seemed to add to confusion about what will happen when his order takes effect Monday saying parents should listen to their principal and trust the legal process

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"schneider" Discussed on Netflix is A Daily Joke

Netflix is A Daily Joke

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"schneider" Discussed on Netflix is A Daily Joke

"But my favorite part of being married is my wife deciding what I don't need anymore, you know? This doesn't fit anymore. This looks like shit. You can work this, whatever. She's not Mexican. It's just more fun to do that voice. Nothing. She could be Mexican. I'm not sure I do. I have my suspicions. I'm not a 100%. You don't want to do anymore. This does not fit anymore. My wife throw away all my sweatpants. Straight away. So why just throw away all my sweatpants? Because sweat bench, they lied to you. They are liars, the sweatpants. You don't know how fat you're wearing. You don't know. Till one day, both the strings just disappear, then you are a fat fuck. They threw them away. She's right, don't let me tell you. If you're in your 50s, you're a guy. It's dangerous when it's sweat pass. It is. It's dangerous. Because there's way too easy to just whip out your dick. I found myself whipping out my dick. I wasn't even halfway to the bathroom. And then I get distracted by something like. Then I hear my wife yelling like, what are you doing? Yeah. It was like, hey. I didn't even realize the Olive Garden had a salad bar. Watch Rob Schneider, Asian mama, Mexican kids, only on Netflix..

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Supreme Court Blocks Biden Vaccine Mandate for Large Employers

The Larry Elder Show

01:05 min | 1 year ago

Supreme Court Blocks Biden Vaccine Mandate for Large Employers

"But first, let's start with this. Let's go to breaking news. This is from the Supreme Court CNN's Jessica Schneider. What do we know? Yeah, Victor and Allison, the Supreme Court has issued two decisions related to the Biden administration's vaccine mandates. Remember, there were challenges that were heard just about a week ago in the Supreme Court. And this is what the Supreme Court has just come down with. They have blocked that vaccine mandate that applied to large employers. Employers who I told you, I told you they were going to block it. So with 100 people or more. This was a vaccine mandate that effectively went into effect on Monday, just the masking portion of it. And effectively went into effect. Vaccine portion of that man that you effectively go into effect, I just. It was supposed to go into effect February 9th. Now that she did say that effectively goes into effect, and she say that, I think she said that effectively goes into effect. Go in the Supreme Court. And this is what the Supreme Court has just come down with. They have blocked that vaccine mandate that applied to large employers. Employers with 100 people or

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'Jeopardy!' champ hits $1 million; talks fame, trans rights

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

'Jeopardy!' champ hits $1 million; talks fame, trans rights

"Jeopardy jeopardy champion champion Amy Amy Schneider's Schneider's reached reached a a new new milestone milestone with with Friday Friday night's night's winning winning wager wager the the final final jeopardy jeopardy clue clue in in twentieth twentieth century century nonfiction nonfiction involved involved an an author author from from nineteen nineteen forty forty eight eight who who mention mention Norwegian Norwegian independence independence day day host host Ken Ken Jennings Jennings reads reads Amy Amy Snyder's Snyder's response response who who is is hired hired yes yes that's that's correct correct nighter nighter wagered wagered ninety ninety eight eight hundred hundred dollars dollars and and that that was was enough enough to to put put her her over over the the one one million million dollar dollar mark mark how how does does a a mailing mailing like like what's what's it it like like to to be be in in jeopardy jeopardy it it pretty pretty good good she's she's the the first first woman woman contested contested to to do do so so in in the the first first transgender transgender person person to to qualify qualify for for the the show's show's tournament tournament of of champions champions Schneider Schneider ranks ranks fourth fourth in in consecutive consecutive wins wins and and says says she's she's tickled tickled she's she's fulfilling fulfilling their their prediction prediction from from her her eighth eighth grade grade classmates classmates who who voted voted her her most most likely likely to to be be a a jeopardy jeopardy contestant contestant because because of of her her skill skill back back Ben Ben in in geography geography and and spelling spelling I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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"schneider" Discussed on Netflix is A Daily Joke

Netflix is A Daily Joke

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"schneider" Discussed on Netflix is A Daily Joke

"What kind of cookies are those? Could you move your tits, you're blocking the cookies? Yeah. Cookie underneath that tip. That cookie. Two of those. Thank you very much. Thank you. Like people in their 20s and 30s, they just don't get it yet. People are 20, 30s. They're like, look, you get fucked up. You are getting fucked up. You fucked up. No, I don't want to get fucked up. I don't. No, not fun. I'm in my 50s. I only feel good like two days a month. Why would I want to fuck up one of those? If I want to get fucked up at my age, I'll eat some cheese. You know? What kind of cheese was that? Cam on bear were truffle flakes. All right, it was worth it. I fucked up now. My wife for Christmas, she got me a gym membership. Thank you, honey. Oh, thank you. I know. I went over there and I saw these old guys. They were working out. And they were ripped. But it looks weird, you know? I don't want to get ripped, you know. I just don't want to look like a complete piece of shit. You know? That's the goal. Give me that personal trainer. The not complete piece of shit, personal training. So I'm looking at these old guys. And they're like ripped, you know? But it looked weird. Something's off. I was like, what is it? Then I figured it out. You're not supposed to be ripped when you're old. Because your skin gets stretched too thin. It's like, look how ripped I am. Yeah, but I could see your heart. Put on your shirt. You gross a male. Watch Rob Schneider, Asian mama, Mexican kids. Only on Netflix..

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"schneider" Discussed on No Challenges Remaining

No Challenges Remaining

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"schneider" Discussed on No Challenges Remaining

"And one of the last 20 years one last thing, one thing is very sure if I had such accusations as a private person in public, I couldn't work, professionally, I couldn't live my life. I would be affected in a way that it would hurt myself and I had very much problems. I confronted in a podcast temperate with the whole situation who was in the double specialist who was in the Olympic team and the same flat with Sasha's Vera for one week with all the other German players. And he said, of course, they don't talk about this topic. Privately or at least he told me they don't. But he said like, I don't know the exact English word for it, but he has such a very fast head. I always get it wrong. He has to have a very, very strong mind to play tennis and to live like nothing is happened at all or nothing, no allegations are there to lift life he lives at the moment and temperate said he couldn't do it. And I personally agree, I couldn't do a podcast with you. I couldn't write good articles. Many people have had that reaction. I will say it was served. Many people that are surprised that how normal he's been acting probably at least in the last year. Yeah. I just wanted to bring the opinion of temperate up because I found out interesting. Yeah. Well, I found your opinions here interesting to, yeah, I thank you very much for being back on NCR. Where do you want to talk? We only wanted to talk 25 to 30 minutes. I knew that was not happening. But what did where can people follow you and see some of your work going forward if they want to hear more? That's very nice on Twitter. It's my last name until the E and then Jan on Instagram on Yannick Schneider official. And I have a German podcast called advantage podcast which you can find on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, and on Patreon as well, I have interviews with tennis pros and coaches and officials once a week and for 5 years a month you get every episode every week in first place and in full length and three days later, the free episode 50% is online on Spotify Apple and on every other podcast location you know. But it's in German where I can speak way more and better. So if you have German skeletons, maybe you can try out. You spoke a whole lot here in English, don't worry. I can't imagine what it's like in German, but thank you very much. Yeah, I appreciate it. Thank you for coming on, danke. I have to thank you every time, and I hope to see you around in Australia and to drink some sportive assault. That would be good. Okay. Thank you again to Yanni Schneider for being on the show and thank you to all of you for listening to NCR and thank you for all of you who support NCR on our Patreon page. This is our first episode of November, so thanking everybody who is at the on tour level of backing or higher at Patreon dot com slash no challenges remaining. That's where you can go if you want to join those fine folk who are. Peter fray, Matt Mitchell, Rach Mir E, Kristen Webb, Greg rails. Olivia Haynes, Jeff augustin, Deepa, moksha gundam, ido Pollock, Nick, malware map is couture, lower vergani, a leuko hope, David ebershoff, Ken Solomon, Kathleen sharkey, Steven tidings, Daniel hartzell. Horatio Silva, Joseph horror, reginald bazil, misa miyagawa, Annie Kim, JB wogan, Jillian Dobson,.

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"schneider" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"schneider" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Know It's it's it's a great gift that he had a like. When you love these people go out and see them all. You can reshape them. And i don't think norma's ever in a in a in able to be anything outside of up where you could truly appreciate genius me. Tv couldn't really captured me. Saturday night live. Did on the news really. Jim downey the real genius of saturday. Night live But the You just to to really capture norms essence. It was conversation and it was being in stand in saying him do and tell stories. Like hitler's dog. He'll understand his mind. You know the thing about norm. I kinda realize as. I have a dusting of this. You know in terms of not divulging. You have this cancer. I think he didn't want the intimacy of it. Because when you say that people go. Oh i do or y- okay. He didn't like that kind of intimacy he he was just a shark that wanted to keep swimming. Didn't like the kind of real intimacy that a lot of people cherish or seek out to him. It was something. He tried to avoid so interesting because a quote from laurie. Joe who friend partner. Whatever who said like norm hated pandering in any way more than anything and in a way he may have felt like divulging. This would have been way of pandering that he just couldn't abide by. It was a way to a form of attention that he loads. Right right. i if you think about like the canadians. The canadians are like english light. And i don't mean that in any special sense except that it is. If you see remains of the day you had these two people at the end of that film Who just can't say that they want to be together because of just society and their place in life and their pride Won't let them. And like i do feel. There's a sense of stoicism. Zuma sensitive gentlemanly knows that he was old school. That way robb. I wrap it. I will tell people You can go to Rob schneider dot com got dates coming up playing and probably tell a few news stores up there on stage as well rob drop. See us anytime you're back in l. a. and thanks for sharing those stories with us. Thanks for having me on. Thanks talking about more. And i really appreciate it. Thank you ryan. Thank you gene. Thank you thank you. Rob rob right. Michael moriarty actor. Who's he's done. A lot of stuff. Got a tony award gina He's waiting in the wings. Also we're gonna play that norm story. We have it was ruby. The kenny rogers song and coward of the county. I think we covered both those and now and in that discussion. You'll see norman as sort of conversational improvisational bass. That's where he liked to live doing that. Role playing stuff all right i. I'll tell you about simply safe..

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"schneider" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"schneider" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Guy kicked a fifty six yard or something like that in tied the game. Then it'll dvr issue. Then the raiders complete along past. They win the coin. Toss plead along. Pass they go in for one of those. Oh it looks like he's scored. Everyone's out on the field. They're all celebrating. And then of course with the answer. Replace knee okay. Hit just inches before the ball. One so now. The raiders have the ball on the three inch. Line i down. Ot you score academic score a touchdown you win okay. They do a quarterback sneak from three inches away. He doesn't get in then. The dvr runs at a room. No stops okay at that point. I'm like all right. It stopped but they're just going to hand the ball off stuff. It in that war just stealth twice more the field goal right right. They're not gonna win with the alcohol these three. They're going to get in sure. There are on the three inch line then it clips off. Then i turn on sportscenter. There's an offsides. Call on the raiders on the next play that go back to the five yard line. Then they throw pick. Oh jesus in the end. Wow so they're on. You look statistically when you're on the three inch line and yet i down scored nine and a half percent. Right now throwback that it's like oh my god. How could the raiders go. They went from. We are losing. We have thirty four seconds to go down the field with no timeouts. kick a field goal to. We're definitely going to win. 'cause run the three inch yard line of the fresh downs too. We just do a pick and they have ravens. Have a great quarterback. Each team is kinda of scoring every time they get the ball. Then the ravens quarterback gets stripped sack. Fumbles raiders pick it up. Then the raiders. Throw some kind of weird hail. Mary on a broken play. Or something and win which touchdown in a game. You don't have to win by touchdown after the other team gets the ball. You have to win. you can win by field goal. this is. I'm a people. Know me for my goal post rule another rule that i talked about vermillion. Years is the field goal. Ot rule which is how it used to be. Whoever scores first wins death. Sidewinder kickers can kick a fifty seven yard field goal. That means you win the coin. Toss yards you. Start on the twenty five down and you kick the field goal. It's all based on a coin. Toss they change it to you. Have to score a touchdown a few score a if you score field team all right so Anyway crazy crazy game and look out the raiders. Also the The they're in a dome. There's a roof. There's eighty five thousand people that are being warren or like crazy. Pirate manager guerrilla mass. There's no other form of a mask and that stadium and also thought about this too when we talked about covert in the past a lot of will churches no good because people sing so you know you can go outside and go to rally you can go to farmers market. You can do stuff outside. Go to the beach but churches are no good because people are having their mouth. Don't be exuberant. oh my you know. Obviously when the raiders are lining up to kick their fifty seven yard or not every humor masked their shoulder show there. I mean every time. They show that the crowd was going insane as you could imagine. Coming back the raiders. Were dogs in that game. They ended up winning and it was a dramatic spectacular. Game that you need to watch. Oh okay rob. Schneider's going to call in to talk about norm knew about norm sickness. Because that's the part. Of course that i gravitate towards is like norm was sick for a decade. And no one. None of you know you're friendly with them. You had no idea at least a lot of the same people. Of course none of us heard about it and live with that has not a you know a secret but like to live with it sort of internally and not let it out and not you know let people support you. Everyone's decision. It's your own personal decision. But it's when. I chose to go public when i first was diagnosed in bringing up the podcast. I just felt carrying that burden would have been just too heavy or too hard. You know doing it with just the people i know or you know. The outpouring of support was so great and lifted me up and helped me through it all yet. Can't imagine what normal through. Yeah exact opposite with your sexuality interesting. it's guard a bit. Norm was raised in quebec city from canada. Both his parents were teachers. And we got Like i said we can Talk to we've talked to rob schneider is gonna call in and a second and give his stock because he was on. Snl with doors probably done punch a movie. Short adam sandler stuff we've crossed did something that A very select group of well. When i say very select almost everyone but you got to play colonel sanders. Oh yeah kind of curious about that as well. There's also really funny story then. i'm going to butcher. Had a great joke was enormous joke. I can't remember it and all screw it up. I was just thinking about it the other day before i heard about this news but Danny two sheets told me once all ask him during the wedding over the weekend for some good norm stores but norm famously. Would go out gambling in vegas and let's stay out till five thirty in the morning or something and norm had like seven. Am flight out of vegas or some version of that and as the story goes he called for a wakeup call one minute before he would have had to get up. You know like it's five fifty nine. He called for one at six. Am the person said. Well that's in one minute. And i think the joke was him going. You're right let's just stay on the phone. Then wait this out. Rob schneider's online to rob. I just got last bit. Yeah no Normal attack things and in ways you wouldn't expect in comedy is comedy writing the last time i was trying to think lifetime performed with them. You know it was just doing like a twelve minute bed and He was about you. Know he had a cigarette and a lighter and before every joke would slowly take it up and start to lie and then he wouldn't light it because you've been thinking the next show or he would just wouldn't mention it and then the audience would be like life thicker and then be dying laughing so in a way of attacking things you didn't know where it was coming and then and then and then if he did know what was coming you forget about it. Because of his delivery you know and then Like he would say like you ever ever find yourself Telling a lie and then you realize right in the middle is wait a minute. There's no possible way. I could benefit from those lying. Limei my lying like hey. You see that.

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"schneider" Discussed on Bangarang Radio: A Podcast Network

Bangarang Radio: A Podcast Network

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"schneider" Discussed on Bangarang Radio: A Podcast Network

"Listen to pop pocket pizza. You know it just occurred to me that this coming sunday has our tines day and that's certainly came up quickly. I just wanna let you know that. I truly do love you and appreciate you for your continued support of pop punk in pizza. I'm literally sending all my love and hope you a great valentine's day and a something. I always say every year is. Let's remember that. Valentine's day is not just all about romantic love. That's what commercialism wants you to think but it's not it's about all types of love like love for your mom or your dead or maybe your dog or your cats and i mean let's be honest here maybe it's just about all the love you have for pizza. It's okay to admit we're all pizza addicts here right or maybe it's just me a speaking of love though we dive into some relationship topics on this episode. Today we're joined by the lovely and talented maggie schneider. Who is the front woman of a band called glimmers. Now several of us. We know maggie through her watching videos online of her unique covers. And a or. I guess i should say maybe. Just know her from her solo career before glimmers became a thing because glimmers is literally a brand new band they happened. Been around that long so it was a real. Treat to be able to talk with maggie about the formation of glimmers and their laya single. Not good at.

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"schneider" Discussed on Pop-Punk & Pizza

Pop-Punk & Pizza

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"schneider" Discussed on Pop-Punk & Pizza

"Listen to pop pocket pizza. You know it just occurred to me that this coming sunday has our tines day and that's certainly came up quickly. I just wanna let you know that. I truly do love you and appreciate you for your continued support of pop punk in pizza. I'm literally sending all my love and hope you a great valentine's day and a something. I always say every year is. Let's remember that. Valentine's day is not just all about romantic love. That's what commercialism wants you to think but it's not it's about all types of love like love for your mom or your dead or maybe your dog or your cats and i mean let's be honest here maybe it's just about all the love you have for pizza. It's okay to admit we're all pizza addicts here right or maybe it's just me a speaking of love though we dive into some relationship topics on this episode. Today we're joined by the lovely and talented maggie schneider. Who is the front woman of a band called glimmers. Now several of us. We know maggie through her watching videos online of her unique covers. And a or. I guess i should say maybe. Just know her from her solo career before glimmers became a thing because glimmers is literally a brand new band they happened. Been around that long so it was a real. Treat to be able to talk with maggie about the formation of glimmers and their laya single. Not good at.

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"schneider" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"schneider" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

"Of put technology for us but always technology as at a service of a business conversations right and that's has been very very key futura in how we've built so we ended up actually in the. We've never really mockingbird if you will our cell platform we say no. It's on the weather platform between riverside said no. We have a portfolio of solutions on those folios solutions. Of course because scale matter because you know security matter because you want to do things in a way that are extensible insofar rely on common technologies on the negative platform in the back then but the piety was not setting platform. The priority was solving actual customer problems. So you know kind of from answer. But that's that's probably freelance of people results education on solid technology. That i think are sort of had heavily into interesting as a really great overview. Thank you i. What a return to a few of those those points beginning with culture so it sounds from the way you described it at the organization has a a willingness to change as a cultural attribute. If i'm if i'm hearing you correctly which is not not common necessarily across organizations in fact to to go through dramatic changes often contrary human nature and uncomfortable but this willingness to is often the difference maker between the once great company that fades away and the one that remains greats. And we're we're suppose that comes from epa change as a my changes competency cultural attribute I think it's a bit of of course leadership. I mean we have a seal that you know. Look at what gets. He's a very unsatisfied person at all. I mean he's isabel razor rights. Which i think he's a great leadership attribute any kind of translate to the entire leadership team rights. So it's not the kind of company where you're going to hear okay. We're all good now. No right if we do something we're going to look at the next one then so also so those. A invalid shiver. You hope you will evaluate to the hallway to extratr- that easy scan of discontent with the status quo. And that i think is something kind of unwritten. But i think that his fairly fairly it. I mean it is how to be promoted initiative committee of schneider. If you're not fundamentally unhappy squishy don't want to change it so something. Very much into the fabric of our leadership structure on the other thing that i would add is that will company that go up for acquisition. Our size increased tremendously of so we always to bring a new culture. I mean integrate new companies on on that has always questioned us. I mean when you make a very significant in a significant threat conduct As doing things different than us might do that better than us. So venue now you wanna pick that up on. We integrate company. We don't come with that sort of massive approach where suddenly we paint everything on the next day. You know vat with identity. We try to beauty. A.

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