35 Burst results for "Soul"

Have We Become Economic Beings?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:35 min | 1 d ago

Have We Become Economic Beings?

"I can't define myself as Italian, Christian, woman, mother. No. God, this woman knows what she's talking about. I think when she speaks about consumer slaves, we are reduced to economic creatures. That's it. We're soulless. And so she, all of her identities are worthless. Christian mother Italian woman, all right, continue. I must be citizen X gender X parent one pair in two, I must be a number. Because when I am only a number one, I no longer have an identity or roots. Then I will be the perfect slave at the Mercia financial speculators. Hold on there. The perfect consumer. I think this is an attack on the World Economic Forum. And on the EU, that's what it is. You are economic beings. That's all you are. This is perfect attack on Marxist outlook on life. You're soulless consumers she's exactly right. Remember, the secular don't believe in a soul. If you believe in a soul, you're not secular. You believe then, that if there is a soul, if there's something non material in you, then you're immortal. Because the non material does not die, only the material dies.

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Dispicable Children Should Respect Their Parents

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:11 min | 1 d ago

Dispicable Children Should Respect Their Parents

"I need, I need to do an hour on this show. I regard my radio show in speeches I say this all the time. My radio show is my human laboratory. It is where I get to learn about humans, just as one would learn about other biological things in a laboratory. I'm going to do an hour on those of you who know of or are victims of an adult child who will not speak to a parent because the parent, for example, voted incorrectly. That child is despicable. You may love that child because it's very hard not to love your child. So it is the human is programmed. But as an outsider may I say, your son or daughter is despicable. As I would say that to a conservative son or daughter who didn't speak to a parent because the parent voted for this very bad human being, it truly rotten soul called Joe Biden. But if a conservative child did not speak to a parent who voted for this rotten Joe Biden, I would say that child was despicable.

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We Are on the Precipice of a Great Christian Awakening

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:30 min | 6 d ago

We Are on the Precipice of a Great Christian Awakening

"I see a couple of things that in the original sense of the word are going to be triggers. And I think the biggest trigger of all for this waking up of the Christian world is this truly diabolical transgender extremism, the literal physical mutilation and sterilization of children to placate some bafflement, some demon out there. Do you agree with me that this could be the most significant issue to bring people back to the one true faith? Yes, I do. And I tell you, Sebastian, the reason I wrote this book later to the American churches because I believe there are people who can be reached. Many people listening right now can think of someone who says, I'm a Christian, I don't want to be political. I think all these people are seeing things get so bad because of things like the transgender madness, you can look in any direction, but that's one of the classic horrors of our time where people who ordinarily would keep their mouths shut are starting to look around and think that this can't be right. This can't be right. They're looking for leadership. And if it doesn't come from the church, my goodness, we ought to be as bold as possible on these issues if we care about saving souls if we care about saving the republic. So as I say, I'm trying to reach those who are waffling, who say,

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How Illegal Immigrants Cost Our Society

Mark Levin

01:53 min | Last week

How Illegal Immigrants Cost Our Society

"Three basic ways in which illegal immigrants create cost burdens for our society The first is that they're under federal custody A base on government data the average cost is a 134 bucks per person per day So all these asylum seekers all these you know leftists don't want to say oh you know it's humanitarian It's their asylum seekers They're legitimate You know what that is First thing aside from the fact that almost all of them are provably illegal immigrants Is that it also happens to be a $134 burden per person per day at the onset You and I pay for that It's fun right I mean not we have anything better to do with the money Then you take a look at how many are generally housed at any given time By the federal government about 42,000 by the way We got about 42,000 we pace in some type of federal accounted for facility That cost us over $2 billion in just the normal cost of the encounters Then you have the cause of actually transporting the illegals across the country They don't just magically show up And unsurprisingly your God is soul slender's news video types Which set desantis up as the evildoer of sorts Well they failed to report that President Biden tasked Congress with providing $1.8 billion this year just to transport them Just to bring them to your backyard That's fun right Oh but then what happens once they actually arrive According to the center for immigration studies 63% of households headed by a non citizen use at least one welfare program Be mindful that's entirely illegal but it happens

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Craig Shirley: Reagan Ran an Ideological Campaign to Stand for All

Mark Levin

01:52 min | Last week

Craig Shirley: Reagan Ran an Ideological Campaign to Stand for All

"Or how about the guy in Georgia who's another left wing kook nut And how about the guy in Arizona He doesn't even show up You don't even know his name He was an astronaut okay great And how about the guy in Ohio is a complete fraud pretending he's a moderate when he has his head so far up Pelosi's but it's not even funny I mean he should be out there The concept of permanent offense Remember back in 94 back in 93 and then before you talked about permanent offense I don't get the Republicans that don't get McConnell I don't get this woman who's ahead of the RNC It's seems to be more about personal PR than it is communicating a message you unifying a party so that it stands for one thing to all people That's what Reagan did That's what Reagan did in 1980 in which escapes everybody else Mark I know you know you were there And I was there I'm not I don't want to take myself But Reagan ran a campaign and ideological champagne in which he stood for one thing to all people The party stood Bob they'll God bless his soul God bless us all He did something rather brilliant in 1980 He kept introducing legislation about tax cuts about defense spending about this that the other thing Now he knew they would lose in the Senate But it would force the Democrats to go on record as being against tax cuts if he can get spending cuts to being against defense spending Did all these things So he kept forcing it right in harmony with Reagan's message And it was a beautiful thing to do because it boxed in the Democrats voting things that they didn't want to vote for

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'Who Are China's Walking Dead?' With Author Kay Rubacek

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:01 min | Last week

'Who Are China's Walking Dead?' With Author Kay Rubacek

"To the author of who are China's walking dead, a personal journey into the strange world of communist culture and officialdom, K rubic is an author, award winning filmmaker, journalist, you were just talking about where you first heard the term Walking Dead. So you said you were talking to one of the officials who was behind the tenement square massacre in 1989. One of the men who allowed these murders to take place or who perpetrated the murders. An operator. He was a police chief. And he had to follow this. He felt that he had to follow those orders. Right. Well, of course, this is what these cultures are like. It's kind of like being in hell and you've got bigger demons telling the smaller demons if you don't do this. We will torture you. And so it is so wicked and horrifying, but you're saying that this man who was at least in part responsible for these murders himself was dead inside and he admitted this to you as he's speaking to you that his soul has been crushed. And he not only that, there was so many concepts that come from this communist ideology. He told me that he called his daughter that night and said go out and watch the killing because they lived in Beijing, they were very close to Tiananmen Square. I'm a mother, and I'm like, why? Why did you do that? And he's looking at me as if to say, what's wrong with why don't I understand? And he said, well, Lennon says, and he's quoting Lenin to explain this is this is what happens when you really are consumed your faith is replaced by the faith of the state of communism that ideology. And so he told his daughter to go and watch because he knew that the propaganda would kick into effect the very next day, which it did to say that the students were killing soldiers on the square.

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The World Is a Better Place Because of America

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:55 sec | Last week

The World Is a Better Place Because of America

"80 cents of every dollar that is funding all Christian ministries nationwide comes from this country. Why? Why is this country the most benevolent, productive, entrepreneurial, wealthy country ever? Charlie, I only care about saving souls in Kenya. Fine, how are you going to fund it? Is it though? Generous people of France? No. Is it the wonderful entrepreneurial backbone of the wonderful people of Brazil? No, it's actually private property based entrepreneurial capitalism that is the funding mechanism of all the ministries that we love to support God bless them all. But you need something to be able to buy airplane tickets to be able to give goods out in all this work that you're doing. The world is a better place because of the experiment of America. In fact, the kingdom of God has spread to more nations, more corners, more people have been able to give their life to the lord because of the United States of America than any other country in the history of the world. So

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David Limbaugh Discusses the Notion of Spirituality

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:07 min | 2 weeks ago

David Limbaugh Discusses the Notion of Spirituality

"I want to talk about whether or not we're making headway. I'd like to ask Chris today especially on the pro life message if you think good things are happening, not just with roe V wade. But first, we have to address this thing that's been around this old soul, this kanade that there are many ways to God and I love this one you hear a lot. I'm a spiritual person. I don't go to church. I don't believe in institutionalized Christianity, but I'm a spiritual person. Do you address these issues in your book, David? Well, absolutely. Jesus said, and let's make no mistake. These people say, Jesus is all salt and light and he was never irritated. He's never that emphatic and Paul was different. He was firm and obnoxious. No, they taught the same gospel and Jesus was very emphatic about it. I am the way the truth and the life there's another way to the father except through me. That's pretty explicit. Pretty explicit at Paul, of course, said Salvation is by faith alone. And to the extent that we deviate from that and our teachings, we are sending people to we're jeopardizing people's eternal destiny because

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The Queen's Code

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:54 min | 2 weeks ago

The Queen's Code

"So Alison Armstrong, as an original mind, and it's a gift from nature or God, I don't know if it's ever knowable which, but she has the gift. That's why I've had her own soul. Regularly, four times a year, to be precise. So she, I think, just the first segment, this was so pregnant with ideas, I don't think people understand, I can say as a man, you're one of the few women who understands men. It's an immense achievement. It's not easy for a woman to do so. We are quite different. And you started with a negative view of men. I'd like to explore that for a moment because I don't think that's unique. I'm sure it's not unique. In fact, why do so many women have a negative view of men? Is it based upon bad experiences? Or something else? Well, I mean, we all have bad experiences. Your young kids your life without them being human. Correct. But it has to do with the way that our minds work in the way that the way that they literally filter and our obsession with why. And so I mean, I've discovered this across the board, right? We have people participating in our programs and read the queen's code all around the world. And it's consistent that as women, we assume that a man is a kind of woman. And so whatever you do, we think we don't even examine it. We think it's completely reasonable to try to figure out why did you do that? And project on to you that you did it for the reasons I would have done it.

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A Prayer for Your Pastor

Your Daily Prayer

01:08 min | 2 weeks ago

A Prayer for Your Pastor

"Let's pray. Father God in the age we live in, we can know personal details of public figures very quickly and easily. It seems there's always a new Christian leader who's given in to fleshly temptation and taken advantage of the trust of their sheep. This should cause us heartache and wake us up to the reality that the enemy wants to cause destruction among God's people. These moral failings cause distrust among sheep, but they also hurt our witness to the world when they see the hypocrisy and corruption within the visible church. Lord, please give us a burden to pray for church leaders, but more importantly, the leaders of our very own church, who have given their lives to shepherd's souls and teach others about you and your ways. We're called to make disciples, and we need to be equipped by your word to do that. You've called teachers and pastors to a higher standard to equip the body for the work of the ministry by teaching us what your words says. May we be quick to lift them up every day, knowing the seriousness of their high calling is teachers of your holy word. In Jesus name, amen.

America's Pastors Struggle With Burnout

The Officer Tatum Show

01:23 min | 2 weeks ago

America's Pastors Struggle With Burnout

"Passers. Battle skyrocketing burnout amid politics, pandemic is wearing on the soul. A staggering 42% of pastors have considered quitting full-time ministry according to a recent study. It says the bitter division over politics and the pandemic has seeped into the churches and led an increased rate of job burnout amongst pastors, multiple clergy members, and those who counseled them according to an article in Fox News. Our faith does not exempt us from anxiety, depression, temptation, or COVID, so that's to be expected, said David, Ferguson, which is an executive director of the greater commandments network, which provided counseling initiatives to help pastors. While our pastors burn out, now I've never been a pastor, but I know that it must be incredibly difficult if you take it seriously. If you just up there being charismatic and having a pep rally every time you go and church on Sunday, then you'll burn out ain't gonna be much at all, especially if you just pimping the people and they paying for a lavish lifestyle. You don't have nothing to worry about your 401k on point. You know, you already own the church outright. You own the church outright. The people don't own the church.

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A Louisiana Republican Is Terrified of Little Danny DeVito

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:09 min | 3 weeks ago

A Louisiana Republican Is Terrified of Little Danny DeVito

"There's a Louisiana Republican that's terrified of evil Danny DeVito. Danny DeVito? This is evil. Apparently there's Mike Jonathan objected to a sitcom that's on FX right now. It's a series about a woman in her 13 year old daughter who are trying to live normal lives even though Satan is the girl's father and wants custody of her soul. Sounds funny to me. Yeah. And Danny DeVito apparently plays Satan. So they were watching Sunday Night's broadcast of Louisiana state's university football opener against Florida. And he said, I couldn't get to the remote fast enough to shield my 11 year old from the preview. And I wonder how many other children were exposed to it. And how many millions more will tune in to the new series owned and marketed by Disney? Who would have thought that they're going to try and cancel Danny DeVito? For being out. It's hilarious. On the show, Devito voices the role of Satan and his own daughter Lucy Devito plays the daughter Chrissy, the Antichrist. And I want to watch this now. And it's a 10 p.m. show. So anything that's on that late is not geared towards children anyway.

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The View Hosts Bad Take on the Rings of Powerthe Rings of Power

The Officer Tatum Show

01:29 min | 3 weeks ago

The View Hosts Bad Take on the Rings of Powerthe Rings of Power

"So many topics I want to talk about is so much to get into. The view host scoopy Goldberg, I don't know what's wrong with that woman. I mean, it's just embarrassing black people every single day she show up on the show. They are saying our lamenting to or making a statement to represent that people are racist if they don't want to continue to watch or they're not as enthusiastic about the rings of power. I'm assuming that the rings of power is a sub series of Lord of the Rings. And because they decide to throw a couple of black people in the cast that what normally there somehow white people are supposed to be jumping for joy, whether they can act or whether the characters are misplaced or not that white people were supposed to be jumping for joy and saying thank God racism is over. We got black people in the series. People don't care. I don't understand why we still on the path of trying to make things equal by force. Listen, man, if you perform well, people are going to watch you. Nobody cares about your color. The NFL, NBA, track and field. You want to go down the list? Black people are dominating sports. White people are literally rap music. White people are literally selling their souls to watch black men dunk basketballs.

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Mike Johnson Criticizes FX Series ‘Little Demon’ for Satanic Imagery

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:57 min | 3 weeks ago

Mike Johnson Criticizes FX Series ‘Little Demon’ for Satanic Imagery

"Oh, let's not even talk about that. My tigers had a terrible ending there. But that was not, as you point out, though, that was not the most shocking thing about the game. It was this trailer for this crazy cartoon build as a sitcom, this new animated feature by FX, which is owned by Disney, of course they own ABC as well. That's a network that was airing the game. And they chose to run this ad during the second quarter as a trailer for this. I mean, truly demonic. I mean, by design, a demonic sitcom cartoon, and I just was so, I was so disturbed by Todd, I just felt like people needed to know. So I made a little Facebook post and it started a furor. It's called little demon is the name of the show. And it involves, well, I'll just read this from the description. 13 years after being impregnated by Satan, a reluctant mother, Laura, and her Antichrist daughter, Chrissy, attempt to live an ordinary life in Delaware. I wonder if they know the bidens. But our constantly thwarted by monstrous forces, including Satan, who yearns for custody of his daughter's soul. It seems to me they're just trying to normalize paganism here, and that's exactly what the producer says was the intent of this cartoon. That was the goal. And they're not hiding it. I mean, they're saying the quiet parts out loud now. We've known this kind of stuff going on in popular culture and the media for years, but now it's just right there in your face. And that's not even the worst of it. I mean, if you read some of these online reviews about this program, they've already aired four episodes. It's just filled with quote unquote spectacularly gory sequences, it has lines in the programs like quote, let's go boil some babies while their heads are still soft. I mean, you know, it sounds like we're making this stuff up, but they are celebrating this. I mean,

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People Are Generally Not Optomistic

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:17 min | 3 weeks ago

People Are Generally Not Optomistic

"Last podcast, I made this remark, you may recall that the kind of music that my generation listens to is so vile and so self congratulatory, self aggrandizing and violent. And I actually repeated that. When I guest hosted for you recently, I repeated that sentiment on the air. And I had a lot of people writing to me between when I said it on the podcast and when I guessed hosted for you, I got probably about 30 to 40 emails where people were agreeing with me. And I'd like to add another thing to my description of the kind of music that my generation listens to. It's violent. It's vile, but it's also deeply pessimistic. Actually, I don't even know if I would say that it's pessimistic. It doesn't have any kind of moral message. And what I really like about the opening of this show is that it, you're right, it does enter your soul it is optimistic. And that's what I like when I talk to you, Dennis. You are always so optimistic. You always say, oh, I'm so great or, oh, you know, I can't complain or if you said to me recently, people are going to put on my tombstone, I had a good time. That is so refreshing because people these days just in general are not optimistic. Would you

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20:50 min | 3 weeks ago

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"Devices and bring the act of fats. To eliminate information or informing the public about reports, thank you again for your presentation. Thank you so much for speaking. I really appreciate it. You're finally able to be here and speak to Jonathan. How are you sorry? So are you? I guess you can't hear. Right now. I came here. Oh, okay. All right. Good to speak to you. Good to hear your voice again. Yeah, I want to type in I never see you around. I imagine you're just not really seeing all your time on Twitter spaces, which I definitely am. Yeah, I've been very rude I've taken a little time from public speaking so that I can make sure that I have all the facts available to speak on and but yeah I've taken a little time off of the public speaking and hope to get back into it after this next disclosure. No, I don't. Does that sounds ominous? I'm a little disappointed. Is that going to be what this is for real? What are you talking about in your next closure? So the next four report, right? So I'll give a give essentially a brief within the blog post. So I posted a blog post kind of giving a brief about the situation and then hopefully tomorrow I'll be racing the full. So there's a lot of shit what I'm going to guess is this. If I'm wrong about what it is by just guessing somebody says that you are and you're like nah, why? And here's some zed about why and why and not acts and they're like, well, here's this a about and it goes on and on. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I get it, yeah. I understand. Community today, right? Yeah, exactly. I don't know. Yeah, yeah. Yes. As a tough one. But no, I think that's what I don't know. No, no, I don't actually hear that about you at all. We had a very productive. We had a very productive last time I remember it was amazing. We had a great productive conversation and it was awesome. I've not heard anything negative about you at all. Yeah. I'm often abrasive as fuck in these things. He's trying to spaces because it's a mistake is that because the behind of it is, you know, we all have to, you can't tell someone an InfoSec, well, don't be paranoid. It's like, what? Like don't do your job. I have no idea how to do it. Sure. Yeah, that's a tough one. I think that preventing people with information for them to be able to go and see the results for themselves is important. And that's, that is the biggest thing that I'm trying to do. In all of this, you know, provide some. And it was amazing because even just in my Twitter thread, it was someone actually did their own due diligence and I retweeted them. They saw that they saw a document that was posted publicly and they did their own research and they said, well, yeah, this is not possible for this to have happened because of XYZ. I mean, they did this research on their own. They wanted to verify what I was saying. They did that on their own. It's interesting that some people, they choose not to do that. But I'm glad that there are those that do take the time, yeah. Twitter can be as not often but you do this. I'm seeing it can be used as an image board. Instead of text, like why and I just, I don't really think of Twitter that way where I do think of Instagram as 4chan. But for whatever reason, I just haven't thought of Twitter that way. Is there a reason that I'm just not thinking of that is that is a good reason to post images of textual information that's on the source? So I post my research on research gate, right? So people can, you know, people that are not on Twitter can go in and read and many people don't many people message me, they don't have Twitter, they have never seen anything that I've posted on there. They don't care to do that. They want to see the research in a formal report that's my goal is to make sure that a series of PNGs is not a formal report. But it's quite the opposite. I actually don't have any so even my last disclosure is 60 pages and there's no PNGs in it at all. It's 60 pages of cited cited text yet. There's no pain. I have very little energy left at this point in the world. Love for the community I'm supposed to be part of and for even for pillars of sure. It's hard to weed through it. If what you're primarily engaged in right now, which seems to be, you know, with all with what kind of take this the right way. But with no feigned respect, it seems like forth trauma piece, when you've got the reports, how do you, I don't have the time. Nobody does, right, to be looking through tweet after tweet on that kind of shit because I don't know if you're like, if you're full of shit or not, and I would like to know, you see why it's tough, right? Because I'm sorry, I don't see why it's tough because I just retweeted. I just retweeted my report. Shaking my report. So then it's not that tough head. Let me just read the report. Yeah, the reports there. There's no, you don't have to be on Twitter at all to read it. It's 60 pages of cited text and it's. Not tough. You don't have to ever be on Twitter or know me, but. Maybe getting away from Twitter. It might be the answer, you know? Having my setting up an actual of just aggregate, that is that might be it. Absolutely. Yeah, it should be on my timeline to retweet it and thank you to my problem. I'll just hang out here. I'm breaking through it. Sure. No problem. Okay, yeah, thank you. It seems like there's. No one else that's wanting to speak right now. So I want to thank everybody for, okay, someone's requested one second. So we'll just go, we'll just go for another ten minutes or so, but I'll bring you up. And fabrice. Thank you for coming up and I'll give you the opportunity to speak. Thank you. February so you can go ahead and speak if you can hear. Can you listen to us? Okay. It may be okay here. Now I'm sure that that may be the mind I can make this entire available between an hour and yes. Absolutely. I would do that. So people can answer to the link to your file. Because it's not very nice to hear it and you can do that. Yeah. Yeah, cool Doc. It is. But come on, it's not sensors. It is a bunch of it's not necessarily anything wrong with fashion work. So that it reads. Most people don't have all day to just sit at home and hack for computers, and they need things to be put in a format that they can understand. I don't know that there's something wrong with that, but you have to see that that's not a source of document. I'm sorry. I think I'm confused here. It reads to talking about Twitter, Twitter, post. The thing you call a source document. And you keep referring to it as 60 pages. That might be great branding. But I'm not seeing any anything in this. That is actually more than conjecture on how spyware that you can't really prove this might propagate. Is there I don't see anything in it aside from that. Okay. I think that's probably give you some more time to go through it and there's 44 references, citations. There's 44 citations in there. I mean, it would be quite candid it seems as though you need some time to review it. And hopefully that's a fair statement. Before we spend time going through it. Feel free to message me with your questions because I'm not sure this is quite the forum for this right now. In that case. Yeah, they're not, do you want to really say that there are 44 citations? It's yeah, that's actually what's on there. That's actually the number in on research gate. But you also said it's 60 pages. Should we start there? This is like, they are so analogous that I mean, that's the number of pages. It's the number of pages in what? And the report renderer. If I put it in a gecko, it's going to render that. It's just ridiculous for people. I'm telling you what's happening, I'm seeing you happening. Around people don't know. Like I'm trying to say there's nothing wrong with formatting your work in a way that is bite size. That's not what I meant. Digestible. I'm an accessible. There's nothing wrong with that, but since we live in this field where we all have to have a level of paranoia that's high or really any of us got instructions on and it has to be regulated, then when we see something like you're 60 page document here that looks like it's mostly image board it's very difficult to take that and not immediately just say, yeah, this must be not good. I might not get there. I think you know what I mean, but I owe you way more than that to put other people listening. In trying to figure out, is this something that I should take as serious info security hackery, like something that is something like. Something that you can see? And something very it's hard to happen. Somebody was accepted in the series and messages, yes, you see the audience be another account as a way of sending that low point that person may mistake and personal unfortunately saying that this will help send the message and it could be tracing, yeah. The moment parallel people out there, everybody, it's crazy. It's very sad. It is happening. Yeah, I'm talking about the paranoia we have that is necessary. It's a weird concept. Because it doesn't make sense. I don't know how to point out it otherwise. Because it's InfoSec we're going to look to our family and loved ones. Looking for out of our goddamn mind because of the patterns, let's say you're let's say you're a doctor or a nurse and you have a. Let's see your doctor or nurse, you have a child, you think you're probably going to bring them to even though you know this is the wrong thing to do. You're going to bring them to the hospital for every cough because you've seen what can go wrong. That's something analogous on this. Yeah. I think I'm not following. And I'm trying to understand, but. Why are you posting things in image board of format? I'm not sure what that means. And our image, what is it called? These are not yeah. That's not how Twitter works. It's a way to have your tweets be a subject to link product. So you don't have to stand by them for more than two years. And also, it's probably easier to just straight up take them back. And people see that possibility. I promise I'm telling you this for I want you to have an opportunity for benefit of doubt because these are not dumb people. And I think I'm still not following. I actually have a that's not the only putting images in text and Twitter is just supporting the actual release of text, full text that I release. So I'm going to actually retweet another. The actual publications that you did retweet it was full of screen grabs of this channel. And no, no, it was not okay. The medium article? The medium article screen go, okay, okay. Did you see, are you looking at the catalog gate report? Is that the report that you're looking at? This is not a medium article. It's 60 page report. I think you're looking at maybe something different. I'm looking at a are you on research? Am I on research? You're asking me if I'm looking at it at a research gate. Does it not occur in simultaneous on medium dot com? No, no, it does not. This is more about this. I've never published my Catalan gate report on media. I'm a 100% I only published it in one place. I only published it in research gate. That's the only place it has ever been, and it has like 12,000 reads at four to 14,000 reads. I've never published it anywhere else. I'm sorry, 12, 14. It's got 14,000 reads on research gate. But the link to the exact thing that you're talking about. It's there. It's right in my profile. It's right below. It's the tweet right below my pin tweet. It's right below it as 206 retweets 268 likes. All right. Yes, that's the proper one. So he time to go through that. But yeah, so I appreciate this, everyone. Joining. And hopefully we can have more discussion. What I'm seeing is still, there is a, it is on medium. And then the link to our space here. I've never posted this on medium. I don't I'm not sure if you can't possibly be talking about it like beef with some person because I made it very clear that I didn't want to carry some of that. I'm sorry, I'm not sure what you're referring to. I've never posted my Catalan gate report on any other place but research gate net. That's a fact. Right, so you know, like what you've tried to do here is mislead everyone by putting it at a top and in the nest. Something to you on medium, which is also posted elsewhere in a less like formatted. But it's still the same content. That's what you mean. I told you immediately that there was an interest in somebody discrediting you and you're going to just write it down. And then we're going to do a this seems like very, very unproductive at the moment. Right. And you can be quieter and talk like this. But nobody's buying it. Because I really just want to talk and communicate with you. I hope you hysterical because I don't have enough of a soul or whatever left to care that much. I just want to see something that's not image board formatted. And it's. On research gate dot net, you can see it in my retweet. It's 60 pages with 44 citations. So all right. Thank you for everyone joining and hopefully we'll have another productive conversation and I appreciate all of you all the time. Have a good evening.

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Biden sounds newly strong alarm: Trumpism menaces democracy

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00:54 sec | 3 weeks ago

Biden sounds newly strong alarm: Trumpism menaces democracy

"President Biden is warning democracy is under assault by Donald Trump and Republicans who follow his make America great again philosophy Standing outside Philadelphia's independence hall where America's founding documents were signed Maggie Republicans do not respect the constitution The president sounded in alarm Donald Trump and the Republicans represented extremism that threatens the very foundations of our republic In a prime time address the president both resurrected a campaign theme by calling this a battle for the nation's soul and sharply turned away from an inaugural address pledge to unite the nation though he says defending democracy is something that should transcend ideology And I'm asking every American to join me Sagar Meghani Washington

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Biden at Independence Hall: Trump, allies threaten democracy

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00:59 sec | 3 weeks ago

Biden at Independence Hall: Trump, allies threaten democracy

"President Biden is framing November's midterm elections as part of a battle for America's soul warning of threats from Donald Trump and his backers In a prime time address from Philadelphia's independence hall Sacred ground in America The president put it in stark terms Equality and democracy are under assault Saying Republicans who support his predecessors make America great again philosophy are trying to take the nation backwards and it won't happen on his watch That is the work of my presidency And while the president urged Americans of all ideologies to work with him top House Republican Kevin McCarthy said earlier if anybody's attack the country's foundations it's the president His policies have severely wounded America's soul Other Republicans accused him of dividing the nation by going after political opponents Sagar Meghani Washington

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"soul" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"soul" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

"Passed away january. Thirteen twenty ten. And he wasn't am an american singer and we all came to love teddy penta grass when he was in how melvin and the blue notes and he was the lead singer of how melvin and the blue notes and we celebrate. Teddy pendergrast. right here on a bowl. The soul coming up next giving you some twenty twenty remix classic soul from yours. Truly lord finesse rapper. Dj and he did his under boss. Remix of michael jackson's. I wanna be where you are wolf. And this is classic your this is classic from lord finesse. Right here on a bowl of them. So hey this is kanye dawson. I'm hanging out with professor t love on a bowl of soul. A mixed of so music Turn you I like that. I like that. Remix that's thoughtfulness presents.

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"soul" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"soul" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

"Montana and you need to know why you need to listen to a bowl of soul music from fifty fifty fifty a little bit of the sixty the sixty sixty thrown in with some of the seven seventy seventy mix well with the with the eighty bring to the nineties and just judge of the future future. That's our recipe for a bowl of soul. So this just gonna different should know food a certain just not the said home man off. I take right here giving you some classic south sold which is really so the.

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"soul" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"soul" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

"Here on a ball love so celebrating philadelphia soul. This was re was mixed by tom. Bhutan who of course work with philly soul. Mfs be south soul records. He did all of the mixes and he did this. Mix right here with jimmy ruffin talking about. Tell me what you want to give it up baby. And that segues into our next group the south soul orchestra talking about you better do to chicago bus. Stop and this is a bowl of soul humanity folks. Y'all check it out a bowl of so one of the hottest. Dj's in a land capacity low exposure shoes and right here on a boma souls celebrating the sow soul orchestra which had members from mfs be morphed into south soul.

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"soul" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"soul" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

"Teddy pantograph short did that. This was off of the album called to be true. Nine thousand nine hundred. Seventy four harold. Melvin and blue notes with teddy pantograph singing bad luck. Let me tell you you play this song. People are on the floor and this is a bowl of soldiers was produced by kenny. Gamble leon huff. This is classic soul at best at coming up. Next another billy groove buyer the south soul orchestra and south so records double exposure talking about ten percent and this is a bowl of soul your panel and man pendant me washburn. That was bod joint. Ten percent double.

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"soul" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"soul" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

"Eighty two and peaked at number one. Twenty three on the billboard two hundred this album was produced at the famous sigma sound studios in philadelphia and the producer of this album. Was stan watson. Also another infamous songwriter and producer. Was tom bill. Along with the dell. Phonics lead singer wilbur. Heart who also was a song writer and the dull phonics put out. I'm gonna tell you. They put out some great work. And again you gotta check out all the albums from the beginning okay there. Discography is awesome. And in fact i bought like a compilation of the dell phonics records in. You definitely gotta check them out. They are billy soul to. It's hot and this is a bowl. Solar coming up the next group who. I really was very happy for that. They got a second chance to prove themselves as vocal group. The spinners the detroit spinners who started. When they left motown day started working with tom bell. And they were singing philadelphia soul with tom bell. And they came out with this beautiful song in nineteen seventy-three talking about could it be. I'm falling in love and this is a bowl of soul so again. I walked into the room with no expectations. Justice don on everybody. In here i am at a bowl of soul with professor teela the feel free time To do aw only want to take how. Aw right here on a bowl of so spinners.

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"soul" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"soul" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

"Just look for bola soul a mixed to of so music you can follow me on twitter at bowl soul. You can also follow me on instagram. Dislike look for p. r. o. f. t. love and also hit me up at bowl just go to a bowl of soul at g mail dot com. Make sure you also follow me on twitter at a bowl of so Just wanted to share some yom sad news from my family. My mother's youngest sister. Terry jackson folks passed away on january fourteenth. Twenty twenty one. And you know this is my mother's baby sister. And i believe my aunt made it to the age of seventy years old. My condolences go out to her family to her surviving son and to my aunt and my uncles and the whole family. And we gotta miss off. You know this You know we really have seen a lot of deaths in the past year and we continue to see more deaths this year. But you know what god is good. He is great and he is greatly to be praised. Definitely make sure you catch up with a bowl of soul on a surrey hill soul train that is in the uk.

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"soul" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"soul" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

"Kingdom Abol comes on. Saturday Sunday and Tuesday nights check it out. Check me out on the Surrey Hill Soul train. I'm in good company baby got some great deejays on that network as well. Playing Classic Soul New Mb Jazz Blues Gospel, you name it too surreal soul train baby just check them out. I love you all I'm going to give a shoutout to Barry. And Derek at the barber shop in Dallas Texas love you guys definitely, WanNa show love too. You guys definitely a love you thank you for the suggestion of doing. Playing Teena. Marie songs just wanted to tell you all just be careful out there and make sure you wear your mass protect one another we're GONNA come out of this covid nonsense you know what I'm saying it's time. But we can do it United States. We can do it I have faith that you know we can do it. You know what I'm saying is really necessary that we do this I'm GonNa give you a heads up that I will be on Santiago ramones. Show. I'm GONNA be doing a show with him. central standard time at two thirty PM. On his podcast. Reached out to him because he ever reached out to me, he said Terry be great. You know that we do. PODCASTS and I be on his show. You know he's a musician and he has a podcast called. Santiago S. A. N. TA O. Ramones R. A. M. O. N. E. S. Dot. COM CHECK OUT HIS PODCASTS. To fellow musicians talking about soul music. Mo-. Stay tune I will be interviewed as a guest on another show as.

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"soul" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

09:53 min | 2 years ago

"soul" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

"One giving you some classic danceable. So grooves you know definitely help is on the way I love that song is is very, still hot that song is still very hot to this day. You know what? I'm saying talking about some hot grooves from Nineteen eighty-one, I had mentioned. Gwen. Guthrie. But it was Gwen mccrae rock your baby her husband at the time was George mccrae and they brought that beautiful. Miami's soul sound coming up next. Got You wish the mental funk groove called the players theme? From the South stylistics and this is a bowl of soul. took. took. Man. Do, have to give you some extra mental funk from the sound stylistics giving you sound like some J. B. Funk James Brown funk right here on a bowl of soul I mean we. GotTa give it up to those brothers they was jamming hard and you need to know why you need to listen to a bowl of soul. Music from fifty fifty, fifty a little bit of the sixty, sixty sixty thrown in with similar of the seventy seventy, seventy mix well with the eighty, eight eighty. Nine hundred and just judge the future the future. That's our recipe for a bowl soul soul. So you know I have some fans down in Dallas Texas that listen to a bowl of soul barry hunter and Derek the barber and you know they have been requested like you know. When you going to play some Teena Marie. So this half of a bowl soul is going to be dedicated to the aren beef funk legend, Miss Tina Marie right here on a blow to of though. This. said. Back. Young. Need. Had to give it to Y'all give you missed Tina Marie gotta give it to you. That was one of the songs that I remember growing up listening.

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"soul" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

08:20 min | 2 years ago

"soul" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

"You hear some of that classic do. In that song from Mr Billy Stewart. William Larry Stewart the second who was born March twenty, four, thousand, nine, hundred, thirty, seven, and he died January seventeenth nineteen seventeen wasn't American rhythm and Blues Singer and pianist who was popular during the sixties and you know Billy Stewart. You know he's to sing in this group called the rainbows you which was a DC area vocal group led by future, Star Don, Kobe, and. Another. Stella singer that came out of this group which he knew was Marvin Gaye. You Know Marvin Gaye was from Washington DC and you know. Diddley was responsible and has been credited with discovering Billy Stewart playing piano in Washington DC in Nineteen fifty-six and inviting him to be a backup musician and by nineteen, fifty five. On Dili's label chess records of which billy Stewart had become a singer on that label Diddley pay guitar on Stewart's nineteen fifty-six recording of Billy's blues, and it was very popular in Los. Angeles was reached sales of top twenty five in a variety magazine. But back. and chest and early sixties billy Stewart began working with an our man billy Davis and he recorded a song called fat boy and then had additional success with his recordings of you gotTa repeat what you so and strange feeling both making the billboard hot one hundred and the top thirty in the RB charts. But what you just heard sitting in the park in. Nineteen sixty five you have back to back in fact he I would. She wrote I do love us which was number six aren't be a number twenty, six pop and it featured his brother Johnny Stewart as one of the backing vocalists with his partner James English and sitting in the park. Would you just heard was number for arm be a number twenty, four pop. Billy Stewart is known for his improvisational technique of doubling up scatting his words chilling his lips were made his style, very unique and still unique till this day, and we celebrate the legendary Mr Billy Stewart right here on a bowl of soul and coming up next. We got a I call it a lost soul northern soul hit from Jack. Montgomery talking about dearly beloved and this is a bowl of soul. My name is Andy Stokes and you're listening to a bowl of soul. A mix of. Music. Song Two. Jails to. You. Along. A Take. Waco. To. School. Legend Mr Jack Montgomery born Marvin. Tyrone Jones is one of the financing Everton emerged from Detroit Michigan if you listen to him. And I don't know I might be incorrect but there is a similarity between Jack Montgomery's voice and star this some similarities did and I think but when I understand. I think Edwin Starr admired Jack Montgomery and. This song which was on the sceptre Records Label Dearest beloved made Jack. A northern soul legend it was written by. It was written by believe Steve Mancha, Don Mancha. No relation to Steve Macho correction whose real name is Clive Wilson but it was written by Don Mancha and there is. An end song, this two different tile, Dearest Beloved, and my beloved depending on the pressing. So you got either one those records that's a collector's item And it was made him. A northern soul legend and then on California's review records, which was the home for Jack. Montgomery's their release. Baby Baby. Don't take a chance. But it was like. His previous two songs like dilly beloved didn't go anywhere but we celebrate. We celebrate Jack Montgomery also known as Marvin. Jones, right here on a bowl soul and I believe that Jack Montgomery. Had A heavy influence on Edwin Starr's sound and this is a. Plane lost souls jams coming up next we got another classic lost soul jam written by Curtis Mayfield produce this girl group called the fascinations talking about I can't stay away from you and this is a bowl of. So this is Jonathan winstead and you're listening to a bowl of soul a mixed. Of Soho Music. A..

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"soul" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"soul" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

"I love a make sure you support. Wait see long. He has an album out now cold nostalgia, which you will find his hit, old bull jiving, but also this fabulous song called running. Make sure you support Wade see long. He's on Amazon.com. He was also showcased on Seoul tracks DOT COM. His album is album of the month. So make sure that you support Mr. Wade See long who hails from Cleveland, Ohio was now based in Los Angeles, and he's got a fabulous album on his hands, and this brings us to the end of a bowl of so i. really enjoy this segment of a bola soul. We are some classic soul, and we heard some new. Be and we heard music that. Made you come to life. Make sure you support a bowl of soul, and you can support abolish soul by going to pack Trian Dot Com Pat R. E. O. N. dot com forward slash a bull as supportable. The soul of you like what you hear and you know it definitely wakes you up. Make sure you support a bowl of soulard support independent media. I WANNA. Give a shoutout to Nigel Thomas. He has a bowl of soul on the Surrey hills soul train in the United Kingdom. WanNa, show him much love and he also has some fabulous DJ's. That's we all know in love on his network, so make sure you support the surry hills, soul train in the United Kingdom love your baby, and also you could catch up with a bowl of Seoul where round the clock, twenty four hours seven days a week, three hundred sixty five days of yield of soul, right on lap, three, sixty five, just look for a.

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"soul" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"soul" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

"You some jazz funk which has become a jazz funk standard amongst jazz, musicians funk musicians. This song was also even recorded by Jaakko stories. The legend Jerry jazz basis this song. The chicken is an instrumental tune that was composed by. Was a member of James Brown's band, and this was a b side James Brown singles the popcorn, but this song later gain exposure like I said when it was done by jazz bases Jaakko. Pass stories, and you know since then like I, said. It has become a jazz standard with renditions on by musicians. Such as I mentioned before Mr. macy Oh Parker on. On the album or roots released in nineteen, Ninety one and you know Tommy Ego and the buddy, rich big band, break Castro and the mats Morgan Band, but this song is definitely become a jazz punk. Stand, we celebrate here on a bull soul James Brown James. Brown band baby and coming up next going to give you some soul from Miss Esther Phillips. She had this great album in nineteen, seventy three where she cut some Blues Soul R&B. This this album this was before she did the album in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, four. What a difference a day makes! Definitely, check this out right here on Seoul. That's all right with me. From the legendary Miss Esther Phillips, and this is a bowl of so this is your man Jay most in your listening to soul music get its best a bowl of soul, mixed stew of soul music..

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"soul" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"soul" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

"That has the feel of Willie Mitchell from high records that produce our green and peebles. That song was done in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty nine, but it came out onto album called. Do me right and nineteen seventy-one. This was a hot album. This album peaked at number twenty three on rb albums chart, and it also reached number one fifty, one on the billboard, two hundred, and it features the title track. Do Me Right, which was number seven on the hot soul singles chart? Chart and number forty three on the billboard hot one hundred, and they also had this hot single with this ring with love, which charted and number eighteen on the hot soul, singles, chart and number ninety one on the billboard, hot, one hundred and this song was written by Abram. Tillman and James Mitchell who was alive today and there is a revamped version of the Detroit emeralds going strong today I've played their music right here on a bowl of soul, and we celebrate the Detroit emeralds. Here on a bowl of soul, coming up next got to play this classic joint. Written by Leroy Hudson, who was a member of Curtis? Mayfield Impressions, talking about finally made it home by Arnold Blair and this is a bowl of sole, Job York, and you're listening to a bowl of soul with Kerry Ferguson..

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"soul" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"soul" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

"A bowl of soul. Almost. Makes World. Phelan's. Game. Ask. On. Some plastic soul from nineteen sixty nine. I should.

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"soul" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"soul" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

"Calling me. That's like a two step blues baby. Make sure you support Banke lives. Stop Calling Me Ashley Smith in the rain. Her Man by Hell's flame baby and make sure you support. Make sure you support Donovan. Miller and his group glass banded and they're single feel the heat and make sure you get out there and support Mr Matt. New Sim and his new single invisible. I'm glad that you enjoy listening to a bowl of so. Make sure you follow me on facebook just like my page a bowl of soul a mixed to of soul music make sure you tune in to a bowl of soul on live three sixty five just look for a bowl of. Seoul amid stew of so music radio network. I changed the nave definitely because I'm going to be putting on some different programming. Still keeping with the vein of Snow Music Classic Soul New Orrin B but also jazz blues funk smooth jazz you name it on the of Soul Radio Network.

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"soul" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"soul" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

"Make sure if you like a bowl of so you can hit me up at a bowl of soul at gmail.com beloved to give you get the feedback. WanNa give a shout out to my to the fellas down in Dallas Texas. You know what I'm saying. Derek Dibaba you know what I'm saying because these brothers down there they are always listening to a bowl of soul and I like to give them their props for listening to a bowl of soul and definitely make sure you catch up with a bowl of soul. Because I want to give a congratulations to Mr Johnny Chen. Who ANSWERED THE QUESTION REGARDING? What good is a love affair when you can't see eye to eye and he wanted himself a nice Resort Hotel resort. Stay that was part of the giveaway for answering the question. And just WANNA give my props simister Johnny Chan Congratulations. That you and another person will be going to your desired destination. And like I said don't live in fear okay. Don't live in fear because you know that's the way that you know you know opposing forces. One Go make sure you follow your public. Health officials your public officials in your state. Make sure that you are not in crowded spaces make show you follow the guidelines. Make sure you go to the CDC website to see what the co the guidelines are for the Cova Sylvia de Nineteen virus which is called the corona virus. Make sure you're washing your hands. Make sure that you are using Lysol. you can also get the clorox wipes which kills the corona viruses. Well and make sure you do your best to stay well. You know what I'm saying. Make sure you having enough food. You have enough supply. Don't go crazy out there getting our massive lines and stuff like that. Make sure you have what you need. Listen to your officials. Listen to their instructions here in New York. We definitely a buckling hunkering down here. And you know. Our Governor Governor Cuomo is leading the way and so is our mayor. Mayor Bill De Blasio. A leading the way making sure that. New Yorkers are safe. I want you all to be safe. And if you and when you are home make sure you tune into Bala Soul and have a little party and enjoy yourself. Do not be sad be safe. Make sure you check on the eldest check on our elders. Make sure you check on our young people you know. Make sure you are well because we are going to be well. After this is over we are going to be a healthier stronger nation. And we're going to respond much better than what we responded to this virus. You understand what I'm saying. May God bless all of you out there. Please be safe. I've just urged at of UB SAFE and most importantly make sure you tune in next week to a bowl of soul a mixture stew of so music because I can give you some brand new so music and some classic soling give you a history lesson in between this professor t love and you're listening to a bowl of soul you're listening to..

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"soul" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"soul" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

"Some classic soul I tell you sound like it was it came out yesterday. And that's a sweet sweet slow jam from Black Street with Teddy rallied on a bowl of soul. I hope you enjoy celebrating the legend. That is Mr Teddy Riley who is infamous producer. He has touched records for everybody you know. And he did that classic joint. He worked with Michael Jackson on his dangerous album. You know as a recommendation by Quincy Jones and you know he worked on. Remember the time you can hear. Teddy Riley's touch on Michael Jackson's music especially with remember the time and we celebrate Harlem Zone Teddy Riley right here phone and raise right here in New York City given us. He is the father of New Jack. Swing and I hope you enjoy this this segment of a bowl of soul and we definitely you know. I WANNA thank Thank my my people's out in Dallas Texas Barry and Derek again given another great suggestion about Teddy Riley is celebrating Teddy. Riley's music so I wanna just give some hand claps to my brothers out there in Dallas Texas at the barbershop. Yom giving you all great big shot. I love Y'all down in Texas definitely tuning in and loving jamming on a nice Friday night jamming so bowl of soul. Make sure you enter a bowl of souls complimentary hotel and resorts stay giveaway. I gave you the instructions early at hope that you'll get a chance to play back what I said but remember you have the email me at a bowl of soul edge and like I said I repeat the question again which rb song contains the lyrics. What good is a love affair when you can't see eye to eye what year was the song released 'em by whom okay? If you have the answer email me at a bowl of soul at gmail.com can only be one. Random Lucky winner. Yuka win a trip to Cancun Miami beach. Dubai you name it only can be one winner and guess what a bowl of so. We'll be continuing to give away a complimentary hotel stay hotel resorts stay. I'm glad that you tune into a bowl of so make sure you catch up with me again. My email justice at a bowl a soul at g mail DOT COM. You can follow me on twitter at a bowl of soul. I am on instagram. Just look for professor. Pr Oh F. T. Love Okay. You make sure you like my facebook page a bowl of soul a mixture of so music and I just want to thank all our listeners especially in France that have been tuning into bowl of so definitely catching up with them and especially people in Germany have been tuning in to a bowl of soul as well as in South America. Someone just give some hand claps to. Y'All out Dan I'm GONNA say thank you. Thank you so much for tuning in and also got some listeners in Australia and New Zealand. Oh yes we gotta give a clap. Because we're talking about. Were not just domestic soul worldwide soul music reaching the masses. Y'All definitely so make sure that you have a great and wonderful weekend. You know there's been a lot of talk about this corona virus and let me tell you something if you believe in God do not be afraid. Mackay have no fair. Continue to conduct yourselves as you normally would make sure you take care of your health. That is very important. Make sure you're getting plenty of rest. Make sure you eat in a right foods. Make sure you get those vegetables and fruits in your system. You getting good protein in your body. Take care of yourself but more more important than that. Don't have any FIA. Enjoy your life. That's what life is all about. You know what I'm saying enjoyable life. Okay so this is professor t love coming at you once again. We're GONNA come back next week. What I WANNA do is I want to celebrate the legends of doo-wop and I know that's going back some ways because let me tell you something a lot of the singers and people that you hear that are in quartets. That are in Four three person groups even female groups got a lot of their foundation. From doo-wop this is professor t love and you will catch up with me next week when we come back with some more classic soul and you rb right here on a bowl of soul a mixed stew of so music. You have a great weekend and you're listening to a bowl of so you're listening to a bowl..

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"soul" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"soul" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

"Known as Gene Chandler. You know and you know that song just be true was number. Nineteen in nineteen eighteen sixty four on the billboard hot one hundred and number four on the US R&B Charts and again you know gene channel work closely. Curtis may feel. He had the single call. Good Times as well which I believe was written by Mr Curtis Mayfield but definitely this song was. There's another slow jam smoker for Nineteen Sixty four from MR G Chan. Were talking about just be true and I know you heard that record. Skip like you know how you have one of those scratch forty fives and it just skips on one part of that group. But I'm sorry I apologize for that but you know that just keeps it authentic here on abol solar coming up next another group that Curtis Mayfield left his definite imprint on was the five stair steps who were also oh out of Chicago they had this classic soul jam danger. She's a stranger. And this is a bowl of Of Soul UH and a All they take a chance off the straight man in Uh Irksome it more uh-huh uh-huh giving us some classic soul from.

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