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"southern baptist church" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Thanks for staying up late with us I'm Tom wait let's get right to our top story he would tell me he loved me says a heartbroken that is a Franco he said I was his everything on Friday morning she dropped off her fifty eight year old husband Arturo Franco Melinda's to volunteer at the first southern Baptist church but as he was loading food donations into a car police say a driver may have confused the pedals pinning and killing him there are worse explain what a great human being he was she tells us in Spanish a person you could say who was exceptional it's a feeling echoed by fellow parishioners who remember a compassionate soul who lived in San Fernando but volunteered at the food bank and so mark twice a week for the last few years even the pandemic only spurred him to work harder for those he helped he was so enthusiastic it's such a delight it is good to be around him and not a actually enjoy act like he enjoyed doing what he's doing he would say he wanted to lend is service to god to help those who didn't have enough to eat says that as of Fargo he would say if I can why would not she tells us her husband would often come home from volunteering exhausted but smiling pleased by the generosity he saw and the PC gave him and now she's trying to draw a piece from all those we now remember him.
"southern baptist church" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Tom wait let's get right to our top story he would tell me he loved me says a heartbroken that is a Franco he said I was his everything on Friday morning she dropped off her fifty eight year old husband Arturo Franco Melinda's to volunteer at the first southern Baptist church but as he was loading food donations into a car police say a driver may have confused the pedals pinning and killing him there are worse explain what a great human being he was she tells us in Spanish a person you could say who was exceptional it's a feeling echoed by fellow parishioners who remember a compassionate soul who lived in San Fernando volunteered at the food bank and so mark twice a week for the last few years even the pandemic only spurred him to work harder for those he helped he was so enthusiastic it's such a delight just to be around him and not a actually enjoy act like he enjoyed doing what he's doing he would say he wanted to let is service to god to help those who didn't have enough to eat says that as a Franco he would say if I can why would not she tells us her husband would often come home from volunteering exhausted but smiling pleased by the generosity he saw and the PC gave him and now she's trying to draw a piece from all those we now remember him with fondness.
"southern baptist church" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Thanks for staying up late with us I'm Tom wait let's get right to our top story he would tell me he loved me says a heartbroken that is a Franco he said I was his everything on Friday morning she dropped off her fifty eight year old husband Arturo Franco Melinda's to volunteer at the first southern Baptist church but as he was loading food donations into a car police say a driver may have confused the pedals pinning and killing him there are worse explain what a great human being he was she tells us in Spanish a person you could say who was exceptional it's a feeling echoed by fellow parishioners who remember a compassionate soul who lived in San Fernando volunteered at the food bank and so mark twice a week for the last few years even the pandemic only spurred him to work harder for those he helped he was so enthusiastic it's such a delight it is good to be around him and not a actually enjoy act like he enjoyed doing what he's doing he would say he wanted to let is service to god to help those who didn't have enough to eat says that as a Franco he would say if I can why would not she tells us her husband would often come home from volunteering exhausted but smiling pleased by the generosity he saw and the PC gave him and now she's trying to draw a piece from all those we now remember him with.
"southern baptist church" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Let's get right to our top story he would tell me he loved me says a heartbroken that is a Franco he said I was his everything on Friday morning she dropped off her fifty eight year old husband Arturo Franco Melinda's to volunteer at the first southern Baptist church but as he was loading food donations into a car police say a driver may have confused the pedals pinning and killing him there are worse explain what a great human being he was she tells us in Spanish a person you could say who was exceptional it's a feeling echoed by fellow parishioners who remember a compassionate soul who lived in San Fernando volunteered at the food bank and so mark twice a week for the last few years even the pandemic only spurred him to work harder for those he helped he was so enthusiastic it's such a delight it is good to be around him enough he actually enjoy act like he enjoyed doing what he's doing he would say he wanted to lead is service to god to help those who didn't have enough to eat says that as of Fargo he would say if I can why would not she tells us her husband would often come home from volunteering exhausted but smiling pleased by the generosity he saw and the PC gave him now she's trying to draw a piece from all those we now remember him with fondness.
"southern baptist church" Discussed on Toure Show
"She's also a very you know stout southern baptist church assure leader that kind of thing so it just never spoken about things so when i went to lay in and start doing dragos like come all the way now later in texas but then i forgot tell them that it's gonna be on drag race 'cause out there one day so i was like i never see that well my grandma's neighbor watch the show so she goes like doors you like sisters do you know the joke grant side is on tv as a why why am i going like so she called her and she's like now they tell me that you're going to the grocery store with the way you understand 'cause she thought she didn't know the differences in like you know gay or or transfer drag you any of those different different ways we express ourselves so i was like open the conversation and it actually forced me to have the conversation with her was like gram you know 'em mrs doubtfire she's like oh i love mystified and i'm like yeah the jags i i said well what i'm doing is kinda like mrs doubtfire andy in it in that way and it's entertainment but i said but they're different parts of or comedian you know turn out of the whole combo with her so overtime she got to really enjoy not only the show although when she'd watching she'd be like i don't like when those girls talking bad about you but not a big reality tv person honest that she would just watch the parts amazon and then go to the kitchen and do stuff but 'em to this day now it's funny because on her wall in her house in paris texas yes for pictures right she's got 'em john f kennedy martin luther king junior obama jesus co author ash angela okay ends rag and she always get a kick out of she'll say my physical therapy man came the other day and he said that shows a pretty young lady lady grant son should come all yeah shrouded in except g and loving in wrote that when my dad really never it wasn't the picture my parents split when i was very young in my dad's saudi arabia he went back there to take care of his parents i've never really had a relationship with my dad nor 'em really know much about that side of my ancestry will find out one day i'm sure i'll do it ancestry dot com and do a whole pilgrimage but you know it's really cool to say that though because i made a lot of people in performing around the world a just last year i did a hundred eighty four cities tour around the world animals booked what's that all so while i about four years ago i start a management company called say entertainment andy myself my partner ron davis we manage a not only my a touring but also listen edwards 'em monday cart firm repositories drivers a couple of the queen's so yeah we put together that torito's nonstop and i thought oh twenty nineteen come home and taking a nap but this year is also been pretty nonstop but in in saying that when you go to places like you know i've been able to perform on a military base and i'm on jordan ah performed in dubai opposite second drag queens ever perform a in dubai andy going those plays the meeting people even from saudi arabia who are gay but can't be openly gay it's it's nice that they know they have someone with a similar heritage it's out here you know living out their life just 'cause you just 'cause you're gay does not mean you're gonna do drag own now or or or that is in your personality and i i imagine like you know realizing that you're gay this is one a step in your life than like be comforting courage to put on a dress and be a woman a it's a whole different steps and winded winning how did you get comfortable doing that like being in drag in in public i think for me and everyone has a different journey in there's so many different types and facets of drag some people getting dragged to give a female illusion some imitate popstars some just getting dragging it's kind of like a whole gender non binary kind of thing we even have women they get and dragging their called bio queens that performing competing pageants for me a i think i became most comfortable after repulsed drag race see her.
"southern baptist church" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"That he would handle it, and that we should be quiet, not to talk to anybody about it that they would handle it. And they didn't a recent investigation by the Houston chronicle end San Antonio Express News found more than seven hundred people had been sexually assaulted by nearly four hundred southern Baptist church leaders and volunteers over the past twenty years. Yes, it can happen in your church responding to growing complaints of inaction officials at the southern Baptist church annual convention are trying to address the issue JD Grier is president of the southern Baptist convention. But the vast majority of southern Baptist pastors on caring. Many of them are completion because their sleep kind of at the wheel vessel. More heads the SBC's ethics commission, which is new recommendations to protect sexual assault, victims, and one of the things that will be talked about, at this convention is how to how to hold one another accountable, where we're autonomous churches. But Tommy doesn't mean or should mean a lack of accountability. The vote that is set to happen to a night tonight would allow the southern Baptist church as a whole organization to expel any smaller churches, that don't properly respond to sexual abuse allegations, or tries to cover them up, but here is the caveat in order for them to be actual change. Or has to be a second vote at next year's convention Maria Maria. Thank you next on the CBS evening news. The prosecutor from the central park, five case says a Netflix mini series is full of distortions. Six forty four on the boulevard.
"southern baptist church" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Illegal immigration. I interpreted it as a crackdown on illegal immigrants that were criminals. There was a drug situation, you know, violent criminals. Pedophile any kind of situation of that nature. That's what I expected. I really believe. I'm not the only one who did that. I don't think anybody ever really stopped to think. That they were going to go after the family man working at the back play. That's not what I had in mind. I'm still a President Trump supporter. I guess I have to hold out hope that may be. He didn't understand. He was going after the guy in the meat packing plant. I mean, I guess he probably. Talk to a lot of people in town who after the rates they felt stunned. People Cup reminding me, this is the bible belt count, Scott fearing, there's over one hundred churches in the area love thy neighbor people take that seriously. And that really shaped the town's response to the raid, Reverend David Williams is a pastor in town at a southern Baptist church. He describes himself as Republican conservative, very pro-life pro-military pro second amendment. Also, he led a prayer vigil. Jesus looks a little. Regardless of their color..
"southern baptist church" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Wendy, welcome to the Jesus Christ show. Thank you. You're my Lord and savior, and I praise your holy name praise. God, thanks for calling. Raised in a conservative southern Baptist church. And I still hold those values and believe, and it's regarding music, I'm musician. I love all types of music. I love opera classical. I love what's that ghetto rap. I love every type of music every type of music that there is. But I believe that there's. Maybe m- more. Okay. Well being being raised with him. The old hymns like greatest is faithfulness. And when the when the role is there's a difference. Vibrant show frequency. It is. No placed upon your soul. I can't see. Now, you're getting into metaphysics. And that might be a problem too. Well, okay. Let's say somebody has has like sexual sin. Okay. And they go to a stripper bar, and they watch those girls on the poll if there was opera playing or him. I I don't think that they would be into it. Because I think the. Listen to me for a second. I don't think they'd care. They know the Bill that are in the strip joint. Not going there to see naked women and some cool jams? They're going there to see naked women the association between certain music and certain vibes. Yes. Of course. There are certain things that you have to be in the mood for there is no evil music. There are evil words. There's evil intent. But there is not one. Okay. Let's maybe an e minor is a little dark, but there's no there's no such thing as an evil note. Okay. But wait, wait. What about like highway to hell a lyric lyric, and I will tell you this go even a little further with you. That if you put the actual contents of scripture. Into lyrics with the bestiality and the rape. And the multiple partners. You wouldn't be able to listen to it. Then either even though it's straight out of the bible. The bible. I will tell you is the filthiest most violent book that you will come across. It's not prescriptive that way. It's describing that these things took place. Yeah. That's true. So then we have to look at scripture the same way or outside of scripture the same way inning music is it being prescriptive. Or is it describing something we play a lot of secular music on the show for that very reason. Because a lot of is describing how they believe either Christians believe or the confusion they have in life or the frustrations they have in life. That's okay. Now, if it's telling you to go out and commit a sacrifice if it's telling you out and take a life. If it's telling you to go out and do these things then yes, there's a problem if it's describing them you have to have the sense of an old cow and eat the, hey and leave the sticks. That's the key in life altogether. Just because you don't like something doesn't make it evil. I know Christians have gotten to a place where where they're very comfortable in letting in in putting their their stamp of disapproval on everything, but I assure you as they point to all these movies and songs that that scripture is at the top of the list on what you wouldn't wanna see and wouldn't wanna hear about if.
"southern baptist church" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"We're I say, I'm southern Baptist I suppose. Yeah. We go to southern Baptist church now. Southern Baptist university, southern Baptist youth minister, but I was raised church. Kreis? Oh, I am the scandalous black sheep of the family. Yes. You go to a church where there's an Oregon. I know it is a problem voice. It took a while for that side of the family to forgive me for sure sure John well in Abilene ACC, no link Christian university the church of Christ. Right. And then they got one in Arkansas. What is theirs Lubbock Christian in Lubbock? I don't know about the Arkansas there's one in Arkansas. I can't remember it. Anyway, I get distracted. John Cabot is our guest. He's the CEO of covenant testing technologies. And this number things I want to get to. But what what was the Taco Bell connection because that's what interest in this Houston business journal profile on you. So I graduated from college thinking I wanted to go into medical school. You heard that is you know, EMT and did that kind of stuff. And then I realized that I wasn't going to be a very good doctor and either one smart enough or didn't have a good enough attention span so ended up with a science degree and didn't know what to do with it. And so my brother who worked at Taco Bell at the time managing several restaurants. Got me a job and Surat here in Houston. I I ran a couple of taco bells. And and I'll I liked it. I probably enjoyed I enjoy the people. I I enjoyed the chaos, and it definitely was not a sustainable career for my opinion. But, but it taught me this the value of of just all types of people the kind of folks that work in Taco Bell and some of the referee neighborhoods of Houston or not the kind of folks that I've normally. Been raised with and worked with. So I, you know, I I learned a lot from it. I was told by a guy that owns some taco bills years ago that one of the things that may Taco Bell. So different was that their food is not fried per se, but it's warmed over water kind of steamed. Yeah, that's true the food arrives. And they steam the food rather than cooking it per se. Yeah. It's it's precooked in. I mean, it's already cooked by the time. We get we got it there. And we just hated it up. Yeah. Do you still eat at Taco Bell? I have one right next to my house, and I have not been to that Taco Bell. We're likely to eat at a Taco Bell having run them. No wouldn't say. So I just think that my waistline has gotten too big for me to justify eating there. But no, the the Mexican pizza at the Taco Bell is still my best friend. I just don't get too. Busy order. Absolutely. I was three bean burritos. No onions and a water which I could get for a dollar ninety two. And so with two bucks, I could eat a full meal, and if you can't you do that. And you put some of the hot sauce on the three bean burritos. You're good to go for a while. Yeah. And you're you're good to go to the restroom a little while to. So that's that's good for that that there was a NBA player couple years ago. You know, there's always some twenty two year old that runs a Twitter account for comfort for big franchises like this. And he said I just got back from Taco Bell made a late night run and the little Twitter girl says, oh, what'd you get? In response. Diarrhea? Catch it till the next morning before by that town screen shots everywhere. So take me from Taco Bell to you get this first job in the oil patch. I guess technically in the bachelor you're starting to learn what exactly was the service well testing. Yes. So we're kind the midwives of the oil and gas business, so they go, and they frac it, and you know, they drill the well. And they go in fracking, and and were were there to kind of manage the PLO during the frac. And then when it also when it goes into its first days of production. And so we're we may be there anywhere from two weeks two to three months on location to kind of get that well producing for for the long term. So like, I said, we're the midwives, and we we we put acquitted we put people out there, and we're on we're Kevin. And we're on five hundred locations today and lots of guys run around pick us, we drive about fifty two hundred thousand miles. Miles a day. And and you know, taking care of these wells for our customers. How do you price your service? It's by the day. So, you know, the assets have a cost in, you know, spent millions of dollars on asset. So we're we're looking for kind of return from that. So that kinda that depends on the piece of quitting that. But that drives the price. And of course, it's mainly the people because it's though we do have a quip -ment. It's really a people business. So most of the a daily cost for the equipment and the people, and we just charge it to the customer by day. Do you own the? Yeah, we own it as a as a company. Sure. Yeah. Yeah, we own. So, you know, it's it's tens of thousands of assets out there in about a thousand pickups. So what's the primary asset you provide? What? So it's a it's a test separator that separates out the oil gas in water. And so there's that it's on it's a big tank and it's on a skit or on a trailer. So that goes out there, and that's probably the most expensive piece we have, and then there's also solids management like sand separators, and that's a that's also it's a it's sort of a tank that that separates out the the solids from it. And of course, all the piping that goes with it. You know, we've got miles and miles of popping it's high pressure and so on any given location. There's a few hundred pieces of equipment. But, but that's you know, that's that's mainly. What makes up the assets? Where do you spend the bulk of your day? What what what is the function that you spend the bulk of your day on people number one? Usually, it's usually it's some kind of problem occasionally get to work on exciting stuff. Yeah. We we we just moved into new offices Sugarland. So I saw that y'all went from ten thousand square. Feet to seventeen five in inside. I'm arranging furniture today. That was exciting for me because that's something. I'm probably qualified to do actually. And that have a corner office..
"southern baptist church" Discussed on The Atheist Experience
"I mentioned it's a bit more strict than stuff because of some of your, callers, or what do gets from the media from the what what are they coupled southern Baptist church. The Southern Baptists are very very conservative. I mean, but if you show up in their church, they're all they're going to be hospitable. Right because they want you to come back. So everyone's going to be nice to you. When you go into the church, but I like Catholics also have a bad reputation. As far as heard, I think the only Catholic services, I remember going to when I was very little. So I was a child the last time I went to a service, and I've been in Catholic churches, but the last time I went to a service. I just remember it being very quiet and very ritualized. So it wasn't it wasn't casual right? And I thought, you know, like, the churches that I went to there was a particular way that you dressed in a pretty, but in the Catholic church, it was very structured like severely structured and even the singing. If I might be wrong. But it was like there was a choir were, I don't remember us singing. And I remember there was a lot of you know, like the the whole standing kneeling sitting like, whatever. And I was not used to it because I wasn't raised in it. And so I was just kind of brought as a child I just sort of did what everybody else was doing. Yeah. Like when I go to church always look at the old natives because they know about then he has kind of cheap and what they do. Right, right or. Okay. So maybe I mentioned it to be more strict in those eight are I can tell you another story, and you can tell them if that sounds unusual. Okay. Like, my my cousin asked me to be her best meme, and the neither she nor to priest had any problem with me not believing and the even asked me to read one of those pareo things the intercession. Okay. Did you? Yes, I picked one which had. No, you got to pick. You got to pick it. Okay. All right. Yes. Okay. Picked one I contract member. Like. I don't know what I read, but it has nothing to or not much to do with. God. Let no that's fine. Had a problem with me met the leaving. And and that was it. They wouldn't have a problem here either. So for example, if you were asked to participate in a wedding party, and your friend is religious, the pastor's not gonna care. I don't I mean was the best mem-. I don't think they would care now. See here, we we do have something, you know, godparents. And so if if you're asked to be like a godparent for a child, you have to stand up and say that you're going to raise that child in the faith and stuff like that. So some people are like I can't be a godparent because I'm not going to take your kid shirt. If something happens to you. But so they they don't wanna get up, and, you know, say what they need to say order to become a godparent. So they they would probably be more aligned with like being becoming a guardian or something like legal guardian, but they would not be able to to promise people publicly that they were going to raise a child shortage. Yeah. That's, but that's more them. I mean, I think that if anything did get up and just say all that stuff. And then later didn't do it. I don't think anyone's gonna say you can't be the god-fearing any. I mean, it would just be like you got up in lied. Okay. More that that was more personally about me. So to to give you a better picture of of my country Austria, like sixty percent of the population are Catholics. Thirty percent of the people don't believe in any God that numbers moving. That's pretty good. I mean, that's pretty high compared to here. Yeah..
"southern baptist church" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Thank you for calling. You're on Katie k Heyman. So I I just wanted to double check because during your conversation with you you said that he was like. What about being gay and against the bible, or whatever you you said. It's a thin everything. We we all have sins. That's it. I don't look at it anymore pass that it's not even a send to me. I don't even understand it enough to be able to say if it's a center not I grew up around. I wanted to kind of get you clarify on that. I mean, I'm not impure thoughts are impure thoughts our sins. Right. Well, I don't even I don't use a term sin because it puts a religious religious connotation to everything. I think everything we do at this point can be construed as a sin by someone else. Do I think being gay is no more than I think being straight sin because we're all we all fall short of the grace of God. Right. According to the book. If you and I both ball down the same flight of steps. It don't really matter. If you've felt down for a different reason than me if we're both at the bottom of the steps. I don't think of it anymore past that if we're going to talk specifically about alternative lifestyles. I got family members. I got ex roommates. I have dear friends that live the quote unquote alternative lifestyle. And I don't think any different of them. And never did. Then I did the non-alternative people. You're either a nice person or your horses ass who you're attracted to means. Nothing to me. Okay. All right. I understand. I probably said it wrong. It said. Oh, yeah. That's I think we all send. I think everything we all fall short, and they all count the same. At least according to how it was talking about the southern Baptist church. A Sean's a scene boy, I can hear it. How you live your life? Are you happy or the people around you happy with what you're doing right on? But to scream and yell about. On its surface. And that's that's kind of an important point on its surface. You're screaming about a chicken place. Sponsoring a kids running race. My advice would be look harder. There's stuff that is way more on the surface. The would offend me. And does offend me. Then that and if you force other people to think your opinions, the right opinion, all you're doing forcing them to be vindictive about whatever your opinion is. The minute. You make other people believe what you believe they're going to be really really really bitter about being forced to believe anything from all sides. And.
"southern baptist church" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Ten twenty. Katie the voice of Pittsburgh. I recognize that tone from being a little kid when people talking about religion, and they're talking down to you. You're not really selling your your point. And that that time was in the conversation. You'll figure it out one day one day you'll understand. And if one day understanding leads me to have that tone. I'm less interested in the understanding. I like the two commandments that you put at the end of your your Email love God above all else. And love your fellow man. Even your enemies. He also said forgive Justice in human law is not prohibited. Just war is not prohibited. But only God has the final Justice. Well, if it's not prohibited were being left to our own devices to sort it out. It sounds like. Sounds like. But when you when when you get that tone of you'll understand one day or if you were a true Christian. I'm a bootleg Christian Christian maiden Bangladesh. Eight six six three nine one ten twenty academic Christian. That was forged in the fiery pulpit of Valdosta. Southern Baptist church and tests cumby Alabama. The pious scale just blew up Matt and south hills. Thank you waiting on me. Matt you're on Katie. Hi, how you doing tonight? I'm doing doing doing just wonderful. I appreciate you asking. I'm a I'm a Christian born in the pit the Pittsburgh. Okay. Hey, I'm out there cleaning up today. I ball until a lot of my time trying to clean up Pittsburgh a little bit. And I was hoping to make an impression on people. Not the litter before I make my comments on our. All right. Well, people clean up after yourself. Yeah. A little bit of karma involved. There. Did I am a firm? I didn't even know what karma was. And I believed in it the old saying, and I heard it when I was a kid what goes around comes around. That's the that's the redneck phrasing for karma. You know, what's done? What's done for the what's done in the dark will come to the light? That's the Johnny cash version of it. But it's the same thing. Good. Citizens of Pittsburg Ambrish beaver county bridge. Okay. Yes, sir. You may not come in the way, I come in town like for tunnels. There's a huge load of garbage outside of the tunnel. I cleaned it all up today. Okay. Then can coming in on the north side on Ohio St. I clean that up here today to and I just like five years bags of garbage like three thousand pieces of garbage. Okay. So they're trying to maybe rectify some of the sends out there. And maybe now. JJ? Now, let me ask you you're cleaning for other people sands or you're cleaning for your own penance. Maybe a little. There you go. Version of a hair dude at your hair shirt. We all do that. Right. Yeah. I have a website out there. I won't mention it. Now, what did you call the talk about Alex Jones? Or did you bring that up to? I think Alex is getting a bum steer because I see him more as a reporter and a journalist, and I think he's been short shifted youth. Why why do you see him as a reporter any journalist? What's he reporting on? What's he what's biting journalism major his broken a lot of major stories like the Bahamian grove? He's the first one to get in there and get in what? Now, what you're saying is incorrect what you're saying. Absolutely incorrect. The only story he broke was the story that didn't exist. Not only. Did it not exist? The pizza gate story that he is a middle of a court battle for right now. If you're gonna call somebody at journalists ask them how they reported on a basement pizzas parlor child. Pedophilia ring and the place didn't have a basement. That's not reporting. It's not and. He said himself in defense in the lawsuit in in the court proceedings going on right now he said, he's not a reporter. He called himself a performance artist. But if you're a reporter, if you're a journalist, and you're most famous story that you broke is a story that not only didn't happen, but was not possible to happen. All you need to do is look at a set of blueprints. You're not a very good reporter. He's not he has set himself. He's not. I'm not. If you're sitting and listening to me. Thinking that I'm getting all of the news. And it's completely down the middle. When you you're not. That's not what this is the control of the news is a big deal. And that's why I don't I don't like Alex Jones getting banned from anything evaluate Jones said something that's against the law to say. Standing on a street corner. Then okay. But if Alex Jones, and like, I said, I don't know this show somebody sent me a clip of him screaming, and I watched enough of the clip to count Yam, and you're making me twitch good. He should have the right to do that. If he's inciting violence like you. Remember, the pizza gate story, your member the side story that came out of that the trial a lot boom DA that showed up at the pizza place with a rifle to liberate those kids in the basement where there wasn't even a basement. That's different. When you. Straight up. Lie about other people. That's different. When you put people's personal addresses out to get minions to go caused them problems. That's different. But just being on the internet. I can like a dummy or acting twitchy or acting whatever. That on its own merit. Let him be if the internet's going to be open. Then let it be all all open. All of it as long as it's not breaking a law now. All right. The important part of this. I don't want. It's not going to have a hill of beans affecting my life. I'm not looking at my app or my app store app. What's wrong with our life right there? What are you doing looking at my app store app? Okay. That's too redundant move on. I wasn't going to get an Alex Jones at their info wars app, or whatever it is. So what? But there might be one somewhere down the road that I would wanna get and when you have government officials, and this is this is the part where it. Big picture important. This is the part where it could affect all of us. Not just if you like or don't like this one Alex Jones guy when the government is sitting down with the people that run these companies and these platforms and hooting and hollering about you're not letting one side be seen as much as the other side. I don't care which side it is when people in charge say you're not letting once I'd be heard as much as the other side. Well, that means there's going to be adjustments attempted. And that's no good in any way, shape or form. If you wanna maintain that whole context of the internet's open and everybody can say what they want. President said it a few weeks ago a couple of weeks ago. I thought it was brilliant. The internet should be the internet, and you got to sort it out. To stupidity. Lazy to sort it out? We deserve. We you know, we're going to get what we deserve. Nick from Butler sent me an Email. Jesus also said on his sermon on the mount that he came to fulfil not changed along. Eye for an eye still applies guess, plus I guess we can toss out those ten commandments. Then. I didn't say that. If somebody stabbed me, I would want to stab them back said if somebody stabbed me, I would want them locked up. And if it wonder if it helps somebody else from not getting stabbed on down the road. Okay. That's a win. Here's an Email from Sean Eddy. Most Americans have become lazy puppets. For a few simple reasons. Some recent polls show that up to seventy percent of US citizens are constitutionally inept, they can't name the three branches of government. So whatever gets reported or told to them they think it's a violation of somebody's rights somewhere. Many of these people believe in the democratic agenda, which is socialism actually works in spite of its failing everywhere. It's been practiced even in California a disregard for the Bill of rights, especially the second amendment as much control over your personal life from a healthcare to banking. You name it they want it. Here's an example of democratic thinking. Instead of our favorite Nike spokesman playing Canadian football for a while to get his name and reputation back. He chose to be a victim. Everywhere. Everything we've talked about comes down to your freedom to make the best life. You can for yourself or have a socialistic government. Do the opposite. Some heavy stuff. Sean. I don't think it's all one or the other. I don't think I either have to decide socialism or I'm gonna do the best for myself. I think there's an easy way to separate and give you somebody on the other side of the fence to be screaming at. But that whole self victimization thing, I see people do that every day. I didn't get the impression Colin Kaepernick did that. If you have a job somewhere, and then you don't and it's performance based then you go, and you work on your chops to come back even Ottawa rough rider for a year, or whatever. But in the case of Colin Kaepernick it wasn't about. Performance his performance. Didn't didn't really change? It was about having a job to not having a job in the only difference was the political side of it. And I understand the the. If you're a team, and this is true of anyone if you're a bigger pain in the neck. Then you're worth to any organization. You ain't gonna be around. I may be back after this Katie k radio. Mental health issues affect one in five adults in a given year. That's over forty million Americans. So on Sunday September ninth..
"southern baptist church" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Face a reckoning over treatment of women and i've read the article so let me give you kind of the reader's digest version of there is a history in the southern baptist church of saying that women have to submit to their husbands authority how many women you think a willing to do that these days they say that women basically who have been abused by their husbands and adapt to stay with them prey on right it's it's it's a it the metoo movement at to me at its heart and soul is respect it's very much black lives matter it's respect it's about you must recognize an acknowledge me as a fellow equal human being and i do believe at the heart of the metoo movement is that i'm not a sex object for your pleasure i must separate human being and you got to contend with me as that and if you can't deal with it that's problem you're gonna have to work on your mind so who is a christian this is my favorite topic and i'm not kidding around i hate call rove right i mean maybe it's strong work call rove you remember him george w bush's brain but call rove was a master tactician and and i i really love you know as much i don't like the guy i love his tactics and this strategy and frank once i hope you know that name l u n t z these are my heroes on the republican side and i'm not joking around this is not this is not a gag i'm not leading to a punchline ear people like frank luntz and call rove understand how to present their party's positions in a way to make them sound appealing to a lot of voters the fact that what the politicians they're working for is selling manure they're managing to sell manure to people and that's really an impressive skill kill you gotta give it up to them for that that doesn't mean we endorse frank luntz in and evil that he does or call rove but for heaven's sakes as a matter of being a mature intelligent adult you can at least stand aside objectively and look and say gee whiz look what these boys are doing here they're taking really awful content and they're managing to present it in a way that makes it appealing to lots of people to basically committee conomic suicide they managed to convince people to.
"southern baptist church" Discussed on TED Radio Hour
"Hey i'm kelly mcevers host of npr's embedded and coming soon we have a new episode about scott pruitt the head of the it's a story about brutes life in the southern baptist church we handled a major pollution case and why he sued the epa fourteen times to search for embedded on the npr one app or wherever you get your podcasts it's the ted radio hour from npr i'm guy roz and i'm not sure today why we work and i d is behind the meaning of work and just before the break we were hearing from behavioral economists dan are ellie by something he calls the effect and the kea is a store with kind of okay furniture that takes a long time to assemble and i don't know about you but every time i assemble one of those it takes much longer it's much more effort full it's much more confusing for dan argues precisely because you worked hard putting together that furniture you actually enjoy the results more you feel a sense of pride and ownership in what you created so to study that idea dan set up an experiment we asked people to build some origami we gave them instructions how to create origami and we gave them a sheet of paper and they build something that was really quite ugly but then we told them we said look this origami really belongs to us you worked for us but i'll tell you what we'll sell it to you how much do you want to pay for it and we had two types of people we had the people who build it and we had the people who did not build it and just looked at it as external observers and what we found where the builders felt that these beautiful pieces of origami.
"southern baptist church" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill
"They started plotting and you know these sleigh patrols they had ears everywhere so they were able to prevent it from happening and then they they hung in desecrated the bodies and and that church you know still is a sacred place to all descendants of enslaved africans and that dylann roof chose this place and came into a prayer meeting where he was welcomed their only eight or nine people at that prayer meeting i you know i grew up in the southern baptist church and i know those wednesday night prayer meetings um any set their through the whole prayer meeting and then numb killed almost all of them he actually left one alive to tell what happened well you know very quickly they found out that dylann he had been um a delving into the white nationalist websites dylann roof was completely unrealistic penton was very proud of what he did obviously in no way mentally disturbed this mental disturbance thing you know i would think barack obama could be considered mentally disturbed if you at as whose killing people every day isn't that crazy but you know in fact it's normalized so certain things were in the boundaries of being normalised on dylann roof was i i didn't hear anyone calling him mentally ill and he was they did even make that argument at trial he refused it but i don't think it's just marginal i think it it it's almost like in a nutshell symbolic of what i said of being a counterrevolution this whole second amendment you know it's rise again importance and the sacredness of it and we've just got to stop giving that to them but it that means soulsearching about the gun fetish shouldn't gunculture rucks and.
"southern baptist church" Discussed on KOIL
"He had the he had that really kind of preacher he kind of like that black preacher kind of thing that he would he would bet he developed i mean it was good i mean i like listen obama speak is a very good speaker his speeches were they had a certain cadence to them you know like us if you were like at a black southern baptist church or something you know you he had a certain cadence to it and it was it was very soothing the listen to you know he had a nice way of speaking but you know what there's no content there as far as i as far as i was concerned i mean there was it was a whole lot of the socialist kind of agenda if you will i mean it was all about it was the opposite of that statement it was the opposite of gop government was always the answer there's always away we could solve a problem and that is with more government controls that was with more regulation that was meant more legislation that's how we're going to solve all your problems and president trump gets up there on monday and he gives a speech about how you know you know who's going to solve your problem you're going to solve your problem you're going to get a job you're gonna work you're going to save money you're going to start a business we as as as americans we are going to try to fix infrastructure we're going to try to fix the immigration problem yeah i think at the at the beginning i first i was listening to all my drive home i started listening to it and i when did obliging it later so i miss the middle but in the beginning at first semi man he's really really stretching this out by he would point out in the venue individual who is in the chamber who is there and everybody would applaud forum and a first i thought okay well he's just trying to fill time is no you know he has no what is going to say next uh but he did obviously he just like you said he's not a great of the speaker as obama but going back to what you said a few minutes ago he was.
"southern baptist church" Discussed on PBS NewsHour
"Poor black people and black people in general so obvious was in the southern baptist church in a son downtown until 1980 three there was a sign of our town the told black people they weren't welcome there after the sun went down i've read that you call yourself a racist i didn't know obvious racist but riven barbara helped me see that i was racist and more importantly that my racism was getting in the way of loving jesus which is what i really wanted to do we'll send heart growth i heard reverend barbary some twenty years ago at a meeting called by the north carolina governor reverend barber delivered a motivational speech to a gathering of young people wilson heart grove was moved back what barbara said and begin to understand how racism had been used as a tool to divide growing up poor wilson heart growth had never before realized what he had in common with poor black people we were taught to believe that there were people who were poor because they chose to be poor and and that narrative kept us from seeing the way that our religion was being used to pit us against other people reverend barbara has even taken his message into appalachia and up to mitchell county north carolina governor cao north of our is a place where nineteen twenty all the black people were run out over the accusation of a black man raping a white one is ninety seven percent white seventy seven percent republican wary but undeterred reverend barbara seized on the invitation of this oral heights church in winning and talk to ma'am as for about an hour and i said listen.