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"steinmann" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

08:16 min | 5 months ago

"steinmann" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

"Making the regulations think they were in la somewhere record. Almost all of it was recorded in. Tom shows home studio. He plays the whole album except for brad. Delve singing really yes. This is like the foo fighters before the right right okay People do not like the song rock and roll band. You would practice right out onto the streets. We were just another band from both. None of that is true. Yes that's all just fantasy but that's great songwriting right. I mean like joe's drummer said one time. The best cowboy songs written by jew from new york. Sometimes it's that like fantasizing about something that like kind of make something really really awesome shoals because he had built so much of his own equipment and everything. This is like kind of how the boston sound happened. I mean this is like this is like you know kids in their bedroom making albums like they're doing now but this was in the seventies when it's really fucking hard really expensive and really hard and he'd be really smart. There's no youtube videos. She had to do it. You know so. I mean it's really. This is an amazing album. If not for that. I mean we're talking about listen ability but still. This is a amazing feat that they that they accomplished and of course the album sold eight hundred guga million. You know whatever to everybody. There's nobody that does three. She has three calls there is always one stacking the deck not fan. I'm just kidding and there. Isn't anybody here. That does not no more than a feeling it was on. Vh one list of most overplayed songs in movies. It's incredible it's it's absolutely everywhere. Yeah and then. Tom shows went on to do all kinds of he worked for kodak and develop the kodak disc camera the went onto create guitar. World All kind of guitar equipment. The guitar players you know had to have you know in the eighties. He just had to have it. You you mentioned that what my rochman is sitting right there robinson but but mutt had them use rochman on hysteria. So if you listen to the guitar tone you can hear it. Well there you are so somebody must have been thinking about about this album time. But yeah boston by boston. And released in nineteen seventy six Our country's bicentennial. God bless america all right pittsburgh and our firefly mother firefly flying not we have a flyer. Fly fly fly. They like you though like bugs holding. My next album is abba arrival just giving might be. I haven't heard that on them. But you might my love record. That wouldn't be make our because we're rockers would be the soundtrack to saturday night. Fever of course oh. Of course. I'm not like i'm just saying we're not going to get into that but i'm saying like that's a you know you have to give the devil his due like every song it's great look ahead we don. Do you have another one boo. I told you i'm gonna wow things anyway. Yeah yeah come up things reading something. Hysteria wasn't amazing album. Bill damiano coming in late. But i love hysteria. I don't know what albums you guys have mentioned. So far but for me kiss destroyer would be on my list. Who said me on demille tied kane. Let's go with fog hat. Full for the city and bill domino. I've got a coup dini. Had that i've been wearing on my show. Thank you someone who agrees with me on rush socks. This one built on me. I know this one might get mixed reactions. But metallica black would be on my list to you know. I had that on my list. I just i was thinking about it this week. I'm like that's an album. That definitely been where we don't need to talk about that but that is definitely now that you every song is great. I'm sorry sorry metal heads. Sorry metallica broke your heart but the guy what do he got anyway. Since you talked about it. I have it on my list anyway. Bad meatloaf nineteen seventy seven. Debut album By american rock singer. Meat loaf and composer. Jim steinman also produced by todd rundgren. It was developed from musical. A musical neverland. A futuristic rock version of peter pan which steinman wrote for a workshop in nineteen seventy four. It has also spawned two sequels. I don't care what they are. Bad out of hell is the best of all time having sold over. Fifty million copies worldwide scheme. Mail they show. You're certified fourteen times platinum full of energy throughout and it's just an epic album all around respond to the album choice. Slow on that. It was under promoted having a reputation of being damaged goods because it had been Walked around to so many places they tried forever to sell. This and people didn't get it because steinmann had written like musicals. Yeah so they were very leery about this guy. Like what the hell do you know about. What is your. yeah like. Who does he think due to the enthusiastic response to music videos from the record australia. British audiences were the first develop interest. Meanwhile north america according to billboard magazine popovich and his partners began promoting the album aggressively in omaha nebraska of all places Cleveland and new york reviews were initially mixed but have since become more positive as we all know. It's one of the greatest albums on release. Dave marshes review in rolling stone called the song swell but entirely mannered and derivative and noted that this that the arrangements aren't bad and commended the musicians. He concluded by noting that the principals have some grown to do so he just needs smacked around a little bit. He's also from rolling stone. So there's that but the tracks are bad out of how you took the words right out of my mouth. Heaven can wait all revved up with no place to go two out of three bad paradise by the dashboard light which we all know. I loved singing karaoke. If i'm drunk enough and for crying out loud so real. Short album is far as songs. Go but it's a long island because as long as epic stories stories. Amazing somebody out there. Tell me but i you know. There's a thing called false memory syndrome so this might be false man. But i've watched several different documentaries about meatloaf in about making this album. And i believe that jim. Steinman tells the story that on paradise by the dashboard. Light or no no no Buying a hell with the earned reading that they needed that sound. He's like we gotta have that sound so todd rundgren like got frustrated and went in and play the guitar because oh you mean like this and he started like doing something on the guitar with the whammy bar. Something like. that's it. i heard that too. Is it true. Who knows. But i heard that two things to make things things that make you go And that album is not on the list by the way it is not come. Come now. I said i said okay. I'm going to pick one is. Should i go with something. What time is it. Let me tell the time we got left. We're getting we're getting low. So i'm gonna. I was gonna pick one. That may be our audience may may or may not like But what i'll do is i will do. I did a nineties album. let's go let's go. Let's go old school here. let's let let's do. You have this on your list okay. I'll let you do that. And then what we'll do is just run down the ones that we need a chance to talk about real quick. I'll just say blah blah blah blah. Now seven names all say we wouldn't. We wouldn't want that one that we would want to confuse anybody out there in the audience so this is of course everybody first thing you learn on guitar are earner are smoke on the water. This is the alma smoke on the water machine had by the purple label people. Yes the point. Po people people..

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"steinmann" Discussed on The Swearwolves

The Swearwolves

04:38 min | 5 months ago

"steinmann" Discussed on The Swearwolves

"Shoe see you know. The number one song was actually by a little band. I like to call. Are you speedwagon. So like a ballad yahya. It's also fucking awesome. And i can't fight this feeling anymore. I've forgotten started fighting four new breathing this ship into the show and throw away. The os was older than that. What a dumb lyric strictly shipment to the shore and throw away the oars forever forever. This was written by martin. Kit tassir kit. Toss her kit. Sounds like a berber. Yeah you know what he does. A kit toffler david cohen and danny steinmann directed by danny steinmann music. By of course. Harry men for that kid rosser wherever he works at tarintino tarintino lot. Doing what as a script supervisor. Good for him. Kit trouser with an r. I don't think he tosses kids. Okay did i forget the trouser detroit should be toddler. sounds better. sounds like he's just eating astle exactly as they sends dirty a great. They're essel monks before he became a script. Supervisor for tarantino he's desperate for cash. Looks up there in hollywood boulevard. Just fucking nestles. Look this movie stars john. Shepherd is tommy jarvis with special appearance by corey feldman reprising his role from par four as tommy jarvis. We got melanie. Kinnamon as pam. Roberts shibar ross as reggie the reckless richard young as dr matthew letter dick. Wyant we end tiffany helms as violet see. Who else is in here. Oh miguel nunez miguel nunez. I was going to get to him. debi sue voorhees. No relationship as tina and Yeah miguel nunez as demon. There's other people in the mortga. Top mortgage played jason. So dick wyant wind dick. Who plays roy burns well. I'm just going to spoil everything for you. I'm saying we're going to go. There might as well who gives a fuck fisher He doesn't do the stunt as jason. It's tom morgan. Who does the stunts. So it's not dick wyant. Who's roy who's jason. He's roy right unmask. So that's that's your spoiler warning. Just fucking toss that out there right away budget for this. This kid trust in its budget for this movie. Two point two million dollars box office. What do you think of box off was twenty. Twenty two nice. That's a good profit open at number one probably just number one for the week. Yeah exactly people were like what. What the fuck i do want to mention. Something about harry. Manfredini is music in this. So this was a new original score Obviously all of his scores throughout the entire series are just different versions of the same very similar. But they're all really good but in this one. Did you notice anything about this score. No okay there's certain songs where you got the key. Yeah from the original right but he changed it up for this one. That's good okay. okay. So i don't know if anybody catches it but i was listening to the score. The it's interesting. And i distinctly heard the da or t is a d instead of an m. Yeah so dead. S. sense does hints. Yeah i've never heard remembered unique. Talk about that. I just noticed that. So i could be wrong. I'm pretty sure i'm right. Nice turned them..

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'Total Eclipse' Songwriter and Producer Jim Steinman Dead at 73

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 8 months ago

'Total Eclipse' Songwriter and Producer Jim Steinman Dead at 73

"Bonnie Tyler saying the hit total eclipse of the heart, but it was Jim Steinman, who wrote it. The Grammy winning composer and lyricist was also responsible for hits by meatloaf. And Celine Dion Steinmann has died in Connecticut, where he lived. His brother says Steinman suffered kidney failure and he was ill for some time. He was 73.

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"steinmann" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:04 min | 1 year ago

"steinmann" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Body with the trombones of the ST Louis Symphony. Now back to Lutheran, our speaker, Dr Michael Zigler, It's again my privilege to welcome back Dr Andy Simon to our program. Over the last several weeks, we've been listening to the book of Daniel. Dr Steinmann has devoted much study and meditation on this book. He's translated it from its original languages, both Arabic and Hebrew. He's written a commentary discussing the text. It's setting background message. Thanks again for being with us, Andy. Good to be here with you, Michael. It's always a pleasure. This is the first Sunday in Advent. And this is when Christians traditionally prepare for the coming of Jesus Christ, that is the Messiah. And so we celebrate in two ways. We celebrate retrospectively remembering his birth in Bethlehem and we also celebrate in anticipation of his future returned to raise the dead to renew all things. Andy, I'm wondering Is we look at advent is Daniel an appropriate book for advent. I think it is a very good book for Advent, and especially in what I think is the central chapter in the book. Chapter seven. Here you have a picture of both Jesus coming to save the world from sin and death and his coming again to establish his eternal kingdom at the resurrection. Lowther parts of that vision. And when we see the son of man coming on the clouds of heaven that is Jesus in Chapter seven. We have this vision that Daniel had a four beast that represent four kingdoms and those kingdoms end. With the fourth kingdom. Being the one that Jesus comes to the Roman Empire. But yet the vision also goes beyond that to the establishment of God's eternal kingdom, which is Jesus. Second Advent. So those are both tied together in the central chapter of the book, and I saw. I think it's a great book, especially for the beginning of Advent as we look forward. To celebrating Jesus incarnation in the flesh, but also want to look beyond to his coming again for us as followers of the Messiah Jesus. The season of Advent gives us hope. And so we know that there is this fulfilled hope that Jesus has already come that these prophecies have been fulfilled. He's he has saved us from sin and death and the power of the devil. But then there's this awaited hope for Jesus to return. How does Daniel as a total message? How does this book help us live now in that hope? I think it It helps us to see that Daniel is prophesying these last chapters that his people will undergo persecution and that persecution was real. We know of that from history. This Persecution under the rulers who would rule over Daniel's people about 200 years before Jesus. And they face real persecution, threats of death and torture. And these air recorded for us and Jewish writings. Well, Daniel's message to us is God's saw his people through that we too may have to a smarter them or more subtle persecution, and we have brothers and sisters in Christ around the world. That are facing persecution. And sometimes even add the threat of their life. It's still going on today. But Daniel says God has a plan for his people. And even if they are martyred they will overcome. This is a message that's expanded upon by Jesus and the apostles and the New Testament, But it's already there in the Old Testament. So I think it's important for us to see that when we sometimes feel as if the world is bearing down on us because we are Christians. This is not a new experience. This happened to God's people as they waited. Jesus. This has happened and God's people ever since they became the Christian Church. And followed Jesus and it's still happening to our brothers and sisters in Christ today. A few years ago, I had the privilege of teaching in Southeast Asia pastors. And some of these pastors were from countries that persecuted Christians openly. It was interesting to see as I was teaching there, and I would teach through a translator. I would speak in English. My translator would do with this at 1.1 of our missionaries over there are Missouri Senate missionaries, said Dr Stein, But I want to show you something. There are about 30 or 40 pastors native Astra's Southeast Asian pastors in the room, and he asked them. How many of you Have been called in by the governing authorities. And asked about your faith. And why are you doing this and threatened about it? And every hand in the room with up except for mine, Okay? And then he said, how many of you have been put in prison for preaching the gospel and half of the hands when up in the room? And yet, every one of those men was there to learn how to be a better pastor and to learn more about the Old Testament so they could proclaim it And that is, I think a great comfort of the book of Daniel. It can give us That Intestinal fortitude as you might think of it in the face of opposition. Because we know the value of the gospel how precious it is and how you think about this. Daniel only had the promise of the resurrection. No one had risen from the dead permanently. We have an example of someone who can rise from the dead never to die again. And the promise that as Jesus did that we will do that to how much more should we be encouraged that Daniel was with simply the promise without ever having seen it happen in history? Amen. Thank you for your time and blessed advent to you and your family and and all your loved ones. Okay, Well, thank you. And you, too, and to all your listeners, a very blessed that advent and Christmas time. For free online resource is archived Audio are mobile app and mortgage. Oh to Lutheran, our dot or g'kar taught by our lord.

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"steinmann" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"steinmann" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Yeah. It's again my privilege to welcome back Dr Andy Steinman to our program. Over the last several weeks, we've been listening to the book of Daniel. Dr Steinmann has devoted much study and meditation on this book. He's translated it from its original languages, both Arabic and Hebrew. He's written a commentary discussing the text. It's setting background message Thanks again for being with us, Andy Good to be here with you, Michael. It's always a pleasure. This is the first Sunday in Advent and this is when Christians traditionally prepare for the coming of Jesus Christ, that is the Messiah. And so we celebrate in two ways. We celebrate retrospectively remembering his birth in Bethlehem, and we also celebrate in anticipation of his future returned toe, raise the dead to renew all things. Andy, I'm wondering Is we look at advent is Daniel an appropriate book for advent. I think it is a very good book for Advent, and especially in what I think is the central chapter in the book. Chapter seven. Here you have a picture of both Jesus coming to save the world from sin and death and his coming again to establish his eternal kingdom at the resurrection. Author parts of that vision. And when we see the son of man coming on the clouds of heaven that is Jesus in Chapter seven. We have this vision that Daniel had a four beast that represent four kingdoms and those kingdoms end with the Fourth Kingdom. Being the one that Jesus comes to the Roman Empire. But yet the vision also goes beyond that to the establishment of God's eternal kingdom, which is Jesus. Second Advent. So those are both tried together in the central chapter of the book and I, So I think it's a great book, especially for the beginning of Advent as we look forward. To celebrating Jesus incarnation in the flesh, but also want to look beyond to his coming again for us as followers of the Messiah Jesus. The season of Advent gives us hope. And so we know that there is this fulfilled hope that Jesus has already come that these prophecies have been fulfilled. He's he has saved us from sin and death and the power of the devil. But then there's this awaited hope for Jesus to return. How does Daniel as a total message? How does this book help us live now in that hope? I think it It helps us to see that Daniel is prophesying these last chapters that his people will undergo persecution and that persecution was real. We know of that from history. This Persecution under the rulers who would rule over Daniel's people about 200 years before Jesus. And they face real persecution, threats of death and torture. And these air recorded for us and Jewish writings. Well, Daniel's message to us is God saw his people through that We too may have to face martyrdom or more subtle persecution, and we have brothers and sisters in Christ around the world. That are facing persecution. And sometimes even add the threat of their life. It's still going on today. Daniel says. God has a plan for his people. And even if they are martyred they will overcome. This is a message that's expanded upon by Jesus and the apostles and the New Testament, But it's already there in the Old Testament. So I think it's important for us to see that when we sometimes feel as if the world is bearing down on us because we are Christians. This is not a new experience. This happened to God's people as they waited. Jesus. This has happened and God's people ever since they became the Christian Church. And followed Jesus and it's still happening to our brothers and sisters in Christ today. A few years ago, I had the privilege of Teaching in Southeast Asia Pastors. And some of these pastors were from countries that persecuted Christians openly. It was interesting to see as I was teaching there, and I would teach through a translator. I would speak in English. My translator would do with this. At 1.1 of our missionaries over there are Missouri Senate missionaries, said Dr Stein. But I want to show you something There are about 30 or 40 pastors, native pastors, Southeast Asian pastors in the room, and he asked them. How many of you Have been called in by the governing authorities. And asked about your faith. And why are you doing this and threatened about it? And every hand in the room went up except for mine, okay? And then he said, how many of you have been put in prison for preaching the gospel and half of the hands when up in the room? And yet, every one of those men was there to learn how to be a better pastor and to learn more about the Old Testament so they could proclaim it And that is, I think a great comfort of the book of Daniel. It can give us That Intestinal fortitude as you might think of it in the face of opposition. Because we know the value of the gospel how precious it is and how you think about this. Daniel only had the promise of the resurrection. No one had risen from the dead permanently. We have an example of someone who can rise from the dead never to die again. And the promise that as Jesus did that we will do that to how much more should we be encouraged, and Daniel was with simply the promise without ever having seen it happen in history. The men. Thank you for your time and blessed advent to you and your family and in all your loved ones. Okay, Well, thank you. And you, too, and to all your listeners, a very blessed that advent and Christmas time. For free online resource is archived Audio are mobile app and mortgage. Oh to Lutheran, our dot or g'kar taught by our Lord and trusting.

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"steinmann" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:05 min | 1 year ago

"steinmann" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Now back to Lutheran, our speaker, Dr Michael Zigler, It's again my privilege to welcome back Dr Andy Simon to our program. Over the last several weeks, we've been listening to the book of Daniel. Dr Steinmann has devoted much study and meditation on this book. He's translated it from its original languages, both Arabic and Hebrew. He's written a commentary discussing the text. It's setting background message. Thanks again for being with us, Andy. Good to be here with you, Michael. It's always a pleasure. This is the first Sunday in Advent. And this is when Christians traditionally prepare for the coming of Jesus Christ, that is the Messiah. And so we celebrate in two ways. We celebrate retrospectively remembering his birth and Bethlehem and we also celebrate in anticipation of his future. Return toe, raise the dead to renew all things. Andy. I'm wondering is we look at advent is Daniel and appropriate book for Advent. I think it is a very good book for Advent and especially in what I think is the central chapter in the book. Chapter seven. Here you have a picture of both Jesus coming to save the world from sin and death and his coming again to establish his eternal kingdom at the resurrection. Author parts of that vision. And when we see the son of man coming on the clouds of heaven that is Jesus in Chapter seven. We have this vision that Daniel had a four beast that represent four kingdoms and those kingdoms end. With the fourth kingdom. Being the one that Jesus comes to the Roman Empire. Yet. The vision also goes beyond that to the establishment of God's eternal kingdom, which is Jesus. Second Advent. So those are both tried to get there in the central chapter of the book, and I saw I think it's a great book, especially for the beginning of Advent as we look forward. To celebrating Jesus incarnation in the flesh, but also want to look beyond to his coming again for us as followers of the Messiah Jesus. The season of Advent gives us hope. And so we know that there is this fulfilled hope that Jesus has already come that these prophecies have been fulfilled. He's he has saved us from sin and death and the power of the devil. But then there's this awaited hope for Jesus to return. How does Daniel as a total message? How does this book help us live now in that hope? Well, I think it It helps us to see that Daniel is prophesying these last chapters that his people will undergo persecution. And that persecution was real. We know of that from history, this persecution under the rulers who would rule over Daniel's people about 200 years before Jesus. And they face real persecution, threats of death and torture. And these air recorded for us and Jewish writings. Well, Daniel's message to us is God saw his people through that We too may have to face martyrdom or more subtle persecution, and we have brothers and sisters in Christ around the world. That are facing persecution. And sometimes even at the threat of their life, it's still going on today. Daniel says God has a plan for his people. And even if they are martyred they will overcome. This is a message that's expanded upon by Jesus and the apostles and the New Testament, But it's already there in the Old Testament. So I think it's important for us to see that when we sometimes feel as if the world is bearing down on us because we are Christians. This is not a new experience. This happened to God's people as they waited. Jesus. This has happened and God's people ever since they became the Christian Church. And followed Jesus and it's still happening to our brothers and sisters in Christ today. A few years ago, I had the privilege of Teaching in Southeast Asia Pastors. And some of these pastors were from countries that persecuted Christians openly. It was interesting to see as I was teaching there, and I would teach through a translator. I would speak in English. My translator would do with this. But 1.1 of our missionaries over there are Missouri Senate missionaries. Said Dr Stein. But I want to show you something There are about 30 or 40 pastors, native pastors, Southeast Asian pastors in the room, and he asked them. How many of you Have been called in by the governing authorities. And asked about your faith. And why are you doing this and threatened about it? And every hand in the room went up except for mine, okay? And then he said, how many of you have been put in prison for preaching the gospel and half of the hands when up in the room? And yet, every one of those men was there to learn how to be a better pastor and to learn more about the Old Testament so they could proclaim it And that is, I think a great comfort of the book of Daniel. It can give us That Intestinal fortitude as you might think of it in the face of opposition. Because we know the value of the gospel how precious it is and how you think about this. Daniel only had the promise of the resurrection. No one had risen from the dead permanently. We have an example of someone who could rise from the dead never to die again. And the promised that as Jesus did that we will do that to how much more should we be encouraged, and Daniel was with simply the promise without ever having seen it happen in history. Amen. Thank you for your time and blessed advent to you and your family. And in all your loved ones. Okay, Well, thank you. And you, too, and to all your listeners, a very blessed that advent and Christmas time. For free online resource is archived Audio are mobile app and mortgage. Oh to Lutheran, our dot or g'kar taught by our Lord and trusting in his promises. We are.

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"steinmann" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"steinmann" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Erin body with the trombones of the ST Louis Symphony. Now back to Lutheran, our speaker, Dr Michael Zigler, It's again my privilege to welcome back Dr Andy Steinman to our program. Over the last several weeks, we've been listening to the book of Daniel. Dr Steinmann has devoted much study and meditation on this book. He's translated it from its original languages, both Arabic and Hebrew. He's written a commentary discussing the text. It's setting background message. Thanks again for being with us, Andy. Good to be here with you, Michael. It's always a pleasure. This is the first Sunday in Advent. And this is when Christians traditionally prepare for the coming of Jesus Christ, that is the Messiah. And so we celebrate in two ways. We celebrate retrospectively remembering his birth in Bethlehem, and we also celebrate in anticipation of his future return to raise the dead to renew all things. Andy, I'm wondering Is we look at advent is Daniel inappropriate book for Advent? I think it is a very good book for Advent and especially in what I think is the central chapter in the book. Chapter seven. Here you have a picture of both Jesus coming to save the world from sin and death and his coming again to establish his eternal kingdom at the resurrection. Author parts of that vision. And when we see the son of man coming on the clouds of heaven that is Jesus in Chapter seven. We have this vision that Daniel had a four beast that represent four kingdoms and those kingdoms end. With the fourth kingdom being the one that Jesus comes to the Roman Empire. But yet the vision also goes beyond that to the establishment of God's eternal kingdom, which is Jesus. Second Advent. So those air both tried to get there in the central chapter of the book, and I, So I think it's a great book, especially for the beginning of Advent as we look forward. To celebrating Jesus incarnation in the flesh, but also want to look beyond to his coming again for us as followers of the Messiah Jesus. The season of Advent gives us hope. And so we know that there is this fulfilled hope that Jesus has already come that these prophecies have been fulfilled. He's he has saved us from sin and death and the power of the devil. But then there's this awaited hope for Jesus to return. How does Daniel as a total message? How does this book help us live now in that hope? I think it It helps Thus to see that Daniel is prophesying these last chapters that his people will undergo persecution and that persecution was real. We know of that from history, this persecution under the rulers who would rule over Daniel's people about 200 years before Jesus. And they face real persecution, threats of death and torture. And these air recorded for us and Jewish writings. Well, Daniel's message to us is God saw his people through that We too may have to face martyrdom or more subtle persecution, and we have brothers and sisters in Christ around the world. That are facing persecution. And sometimes even add the threat of their life. It's still going on today. But Daniel says God has a plan for his people. And even if they are margard they will overcome. This is a message that's expanded upon by Jesus and the apostles in the New Testament, but it's already there in the Old Testament. So I think it's important for us to see that when we sometimes feel as if the world is bearing down on us because we are Christians. This is not a new experience. This happened to God's people as they waited. Jesus. This has happened and God's people ever since they became the Christian Church. And followed Jesus and it's still happening to our brothers and sisters in Christ today. A few years ago, I had the privilege of teaching in Southeast Asia pastors. And some of these pastors were from countries that persecuted Christians openly. It was interesting to see as I was teaching there, and I would teach through a translator. I would speak in English. My translator would do with this. At 1.1 of our missionaries over there are Missouri Senate missionaries, said Dr Stein. But I want to show you something There are about 30 or 40 pastors, native pastors, Southeast Asian pastors in the room, and he asked them. How many of you Have been called in by the governing authorities. And asked about your faith. And why are you doing this and threatened about it? And every hand in the room went up except for mine, okay? And then he said, how many of you have been put in prison for preaching the gospel and half of the hands when up in the room? And yet, every one of those men was there to learn how to be a better pastor and to learn more about the Old Testament so they could proclaim it And that is, I think a great comfort of the book of Daniel. It can give us That Intestinal fortitude as you might think of it in the face of opposition. Because we know the value of the gospel how precious it is and how you think about this. Daniel only had the promise of the resurrection. No one had risen from the dead permanently. We have an example of someone who could rise from the dead never to die again. And the promised that as Jesus did that we will do that to how much more should we be encouraged, and Daniel was with simply the promise without ever having seen it happen in history. The men..

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"steinmann" Discussed on Cordss

Cordss

08:49 min | 1 year ago

"steinmann" Discussed on Cordss

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"steinmann" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"steinmann" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"You are born without wisdom, teeth or fewer wisdom teeth. I'm one of those people now. I didn't get lucky enough to avoid all the wisdom teeth. I had three but one of those was missing never came in. And that means that I am part of the evolutionary process, and I thought that was school. Apparently, this is all because Human beings have smaller faces, then they did even 250 years ago. Yep. Smaller shorter faces, which means we don't need the other teeth. They're just naturally going away. Which you know You feel like getting your wisdom teeth out is kind of a rite of passage. You know what? Matt, You're shaking your head. You didn't have yours out. Do you still have them? Okay. Matt still has his, But you have yours, so so getting them or having them taken out like if you aren't at least for my generation, one of those people that Had all the medication was like, super loopy coming out of surgery. Aural surgery to get your system teeth taken out. And your parents don't have video of you talking about insane stuff That doesn't make any sense at all. Like, did you even go to high school? That's my question, I guess. You know, we all have those videos. I think they're meant to exist so that you know we as people can hold against each other later. Pull it out. You know when you bring the future Husband or wife homes. Here's junior when he was 15. After the wisdom to surgery. You know your pact with cause you look like a chipmunk. You're talking about, you know, saved by the bell for some reason that that's just what you D'oh. Kids in the future are going to have that, though. That just makes me sad. Another thing that is theirs on my block. Come back to the weird food. Dunkin Donuts is adding A spicy ghost pepper doughnut to its menu just in time for Halloween. Now, if you like the spicy and sweet This is totally for you. It's part of their d I y home kits. Apparently they have thes. They really some around Halloween and you can kind of, you know, kind of make your tone. It's extra special. Well, this time they're adding chili pepper and like, basically red sugar, and you dip or you're supposed to dip a doughnut. There is ah! Glazed with some sort of strawberry frosting. So strawberry frosting with the chili powder. I'm not sure I like the spicy stuff. You talking to Ron Wilson earlier. I have an entire garden basically of chili peppers. I'm into it. I don't know that I'm so into it that I need to put on my doughnuts. If I could eat doughnuts, I can't. But if I could, I'm not sure I would do that. Why you ruining a perfectly good doughnut. Ghost pepper. Okay to have separate taste. You'll have to you have to put it all together. You just You just don't Okay. I think it's time of rambled. Have I rambled Tuan? I've ramble to OK. It's time for the fast break. Matt hit it. Five topics in five minutes. The fast break with Rachel in Steinmann on 700 wlw. We're here. We made it. I guess we should go into our first question. Right, Matt first I've a bonus question. Oh, bonus. Is there video of you on the Zamboni? Yes. This video does exist and by the way I'm cruising, right? I'm cruising around on the Zamboni. I'm and like, you know, the guys skating behind me the guy to see actual caretaker. He's like nervous F right, like, Oh, God, and I don't know how to stop the Zamboni. I'm gonna see this s o. I'm like I'm hall and I'm like, man. How do you stop this thing? So, Yeah, it was. It was a fun time. It was a fun time. I would do it again. That's that's pretty cool. Hola, cyclones. Yeah, Yeah, Exactly. I will do it for the cyclone. All right. Number one, Yes. Worst creature to find in your yard. Here's why I already talked about mine. Snake. Yeah, I don't like finding snakes in my yard. I'm trying to think of Oh, the other thing. I don't like finding in my yard this combo. I'm just going to go with my top three snakes in this order snakes, possums, raccoons. The the last two furry ones. I mean, You can avoid them, but they make things uncomfortable. So yeah, that's my top three right there. Right. Snakes don't really bother me. If you can come over to my house and remove all the ones apparently that live. There we go. Yeah. Moles are pretty creepy looking. Yeah, they are. They're not. They're not that. Yes. Okay, then. We lived over the country at 76 Acres. That's a lot of yard. Yes, and a lot of woods. You see those.

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"steinmann" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"steinmann" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"If you invest in what not just interested in saving your money, it is pretty well done. Sometimes a lot of money shows could be real drive. He does a good job. All right. So what do we have what we have? But I'm just kind of curious has mentioned Teo to the chief back. Their heroin is one of those drugs wasn't around people I knew when I was growing up. I only know one person. My age lover told me they tried heroin. This is the one you didn't D'oh. No, The rest are all over the place. But no one did that one. Some kind of curious because used to get probably know the drug education type films. I would show you what it was like if somebody was addicted to heroin, what was like coming off of heroin? And I see, I don't know if this was the Hollywood or the Washington scare movie or not, but they'd show the guy like strapped down to a gurney and thrashing in the national of teeth as he's trying to come out of his addiction. And then I've talked to a caller wants you So now you know, it's not that bad, he said. Actually, it's not bad to get away from heroin. If there's none around, if you know that it's out there. And you're short on money. That's when it's tough. If you know it's around. The addiction is tougher to kick, I guess and if it just went away That's why I said back during the war on Afghanistan. Why didn't we just buy all the heroin from? The poppies from the farmers there. We set up this big program to teach them how to grow tomatoes. Turn the poppy farmers into tomato farmers, and they don't have tomatoes in their diet anywhere. It was one of the dumbest things Well, our country has tried to do. I saw this hallway exposing they don't eat tomatoes. So who can you Sellem to? Once you grow him? My thing was, I want to let him grow it. Because they were selling it to the Taliban, and they've said the Taliban was making like 53 year. Selling heroin. They're buying from these farmers. Why don't we buy it? And you could take on an army base and burn it. You could take it for the Navy taken out to sea and Drop it. Because if people don't have his big problem coming off heroin when it's not available, and most of the heroin in the world comes from Afghanistan and a part of Afghanistan, we controlled I mean, we're still there. We could be controlling that the entire opium market right now from Afghanistan. And not have had a lot measure big measure of this problem. But I'm curious, um, in the feel free to use a different name. You can say I'm Matt Steinmann and I had a heroin addiction. I'm just curious if You know, the coming off of heroin is Thies demonic episodes that I guess Hollywood sort of portrayed it to bay. If you'll come clean, so to speak, 513749 7800 the big one. Then I see that they're about to legalize marijuana in Mexico. Mexico is poised to be the biggest legal marijuana market in the world. So we're saying what's between Canada, which recently legalized pot in Mexico, which is now going to legalize pot. And they talk about these In some cases, foreign Cos your pot growing companies, probably tobacco companies try to get a piece of the action in Mexico. I wouldn't go down there against one of those cartels. You want a Mexican cartel would do too. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco employees. I wouldn't even attempt They're trying to figure out how to get all the small pot growers involved in this and I don't have a date on one. It's officially legal, but I guess they declared it unconstitutional. And their Senate and president have a very limited amount of time to sign. The deal that makes it legal like a matter of weeks. It's not like they're going to set up this entire network first and make it legal. They have to make it legal soon. We know if our pal here was a heroin problem or not, Steve, what's going on What you know, Hey, so depends on the people and their individual habits. And here's the other thing is, you know, these guys and gals are buying heroin, actually, um, from a local drug dealer. And if I'm a drug dealer, I want more bank. My bucks. I'm gonna mix it with a little bit of spending a little bit of cocaine, a little bit of meth things of that nature, and that's what we're finding when they come in with just Heroin used their kind of surprised when I have methamphetamines and amphetamines and Bendel's onboard as well, and they have severe stomach cramps. Almost like flu like symptoms were severe body aches, restless leg syndrome. Ah, they vomit. They diary. They have diarrhea, so and it depends upon how much they're using them. Days time. If they only used what they call one hit. What, like 20 shots. 20 bucks worth they did at one time. It's not that big of a deal over time, though, it's going to catch up with him. But we're dealing with people that deal with the gram gram and a half to 34 G a day. And they have some beer DT withdraws. Were they call seizures? Um, some of these people, you know they don't. They don't understand that they can't trust a local drug dealer because I'm mixing up all kinds of other things to counteract the body. Um, that's what gets him in trouble. Well, I don't You know, at some point people just the the addiction is more takes over the whole idea of whether I trust somebody or not, You just They just dive in and go for it. Sure I would. They need that hit. They need that next hit, And they feel that euphoria. Um, like I said they once they get hooked on things they think they can trust individuals. You know, you don't know You never know what you're putting into your body. And from what I've heard, they're starting to mix it up with crushed glass. Now they get even more product, another putting crushed glass and was sitting all on hair, one of their injecting that nobody in l A but coming on a chronic even quicker. The veins are because of the cross glass in the surrounding they're injecting in the body. Then you could put baking soda end there before crushed glass. I mean, I wouldn't. I wouldn't think that's a great way to build a clientele. I don't think so, either. But you know, I don't double on drugs. I just tried to help those coming off of it. So, uh, you and I would think making power would be a lot quicker. Get ahold of a lot cheaper. Yeah, a lot less work to come.

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"steinmann" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"steinmann" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"I really didn't know the hold your water, The left guard That was a classic bangle movement for American League playoff games tomorrow, so no, I will not be watching those two yellow. I will ask Mike Pursuing Timo Edgar. If Baseball football. Sports air played to allow you to remain in the bar until midnight. If the Reds midnight know what Last call's usually close to two. I mean, if a bar wants to stay closed, wants to close at midnight. Leave it up to them. If they want a weekend to during the week midnight unless the game's being played, which case make it two Reds are playing night playoff games. Will I be able to stay to the end? And drink a beer the entire time. You're safer in a bar like the Holy Grail that at home by yourself, I'm safer in a place where they're behaving responsibly where they're enforcing the rules where they're at hearing a protocol and where I can look around, determined my surroundings and go, OK, I don't want to be here or I do want to be here. Give me and the people who run those businesses that opportunity. That's it. I'm not sure I trust you with that decision. Well, you know, Trust me. My decision making has been called into question by a lot of people. But in this particular instance I want to be able to if the Reds are in the world. Siri's I don't want to watch it by myself in my basement. I want to be out. I want to watch it by myself in a bar, right? Tell Mike with your permission of the question's been written down by Matt Steinmann. And this is the way to the Mo Eggar vote will be to allow you to stay in the bar until 2 a.m. Fine. Tell him I'll vote for him next year vote for him. That's what I like it but the role I wanted in place in place by Wednesday by Wednesday I'll pass it on Mo. Thank you. Okay. Who wins tonight? Quickly. Chiefs, the raving like Baltimore. I think the best team in the NFL. So you're in a division with Baltimore, Cleveland, Pittsburgh and the pancake They didn't lose yesterday. Well, they can't even lose crawl before you walk. Can't even lose for your run. We'll see what high before you win. Let's continue with more your reaction. 513749 7000 After one o'clock today is most good friend Phil Castellani will be here to talk about the reds and more news radio 700 wlw. 700 wlw 700 wlw.

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"steinmann" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"steinmann" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Great awesome Are you OK? If you have to stay up till midnight, Of course I will be okay. I just I don't want to have tea, not get a beer at 10 o'clock and then have to leave at 11 o'clock when the games let me ask you this seasoning. Can you order like four beers? Line them up? And just drink and by 11, right, You can do that. But then you got to be done will be out of there by 11 o'clock. It's dumb. It's arbitrary. It's punishing one type of business under 3% of hospital beds are occupied by Cove and I went over to Ah, Kentucky on Saturday night. I wanted to watch the Reds and Twins open till 11 o'clock. But yet Mike DeWine says, What never occurred to me. Haven't even paying attention to what's going on in Kentucky. Why would jets right across the room? I've asked him that question. You know what he says. We'll be in touch. Number one. He's in bed by 10 O'clock and number two. Since tonight is about the only major city near another ST Columbus, Greene County, Dayton. Cleveland. Nobody lay, Gary, Maybe Toledo. Maybe Steubenville, the nearly the entire state borders another state, but not in the middle of this guy. Indiana, Kentucky. You got West Virginia, You got Pennsylvania. He got Michigan type states. Basically trying to say is a lie. Your states He's trying to save your life ofmy in charge of saving my life. Leave me in charge, or you're about the dangers these air the difficulties you smoke, cigarette smoke, do not jump out of airplanes. It's a problem, but these are the risks. Not going to a place where it shoulder to show if you if you want to say Look, we're still gonna have reduced capacity. I completely understand that if you still want to say Look, we're gonna have to have rules about you've got to be in your seat. I think every bar owner completely understands that. But if the Cincinnati Reds air in the World Series I watch Watch it by myself in my basement. That's no fun seeing your face. I saw you on TV last night. Were you in your base was in my basement. I saw that was my bobblehead in there somewhere. Your bobblehead with SAG is in their sign. Not too many of those not too many girls give those up, kid packed. Make some money on I can finally my world Siri's wager. That's I don't want to watch it in my basement by myself. I'll bring some money. Don't have any money with me. I'll bring some money tomorrow carry hundreds. Give me $100 Bill. I'll bring some 1500 to Ah, Just get to the player to win the national well, they've got to do is under 123 and four They gotta win nine games to get to the world's correct In the last two, Siri's they will not have a road. Because they're neutral sites. This one obviously best of three. All in the road. Yeah, Elmo. Thank you. Can the Bangles bi so bad? This is the most human loose. This is a must win game for that. He has to win this. He's favored by three. They've had three very close calls. As always, The Jacksonville Jaguars have basically punting on the season. They were horrible on Thursday night Football against Miami. Horrible Zach Taylor needs to win this game on Sunday. Because after that, it's Baltimore on the road, Indy on the road, Cleveland, Tennessee and home. Ah, that's a gauntlet. Zach Taylor's gotta win this game. Even if you win the game, and maybe that point you're 16 and one. So what? You're right about that. But you I don't think we want to go down the road that we went last. What about Trevor Laurence after the first hit him? No. You trade that pick and get a lot in return. I get five linemen Willie. This is not the youngest team in the NFL By any stretch. They have a bunch of dudes in their second contracts. They have a lot of guys who have been here for a while. They have a lot of guys. Who came from winning teams who are in their prime. This isn't a deal where Woz if they go to and 14 as long as job, Nonna at some point, you gotta start winning football games. So come on Zackie. It's time to go win a football game. Let's take the training wheels off. Go in a football game stopped running the football on second intend, Zaki. They don't know how to play football. No. Why? Decided to start calling him Zaki? Because you're pissed off. Are you more pissed off Zach Taylor or Mike DeWine? Mike DeWine. What if he corrects the problem? If he corrects it on your show tomorrow I will come in here right after he's done and say thank you and you will vote for him. Next time he runs. I'm not saying that I don't know. Let's you probably vote. Of course I don't vote. In fact, I'm gonna vote in person because I want to make sure mine counts. That's the way I do it because I don't trust the ballots in the ditches. And no comment on that. But I will be voting in person next month. I'm sorry. Gets in five weeks whenever that is November, not be watching the debate tomorrow night because I will. That's a Super Bowl, man. I got my popcorn. I get my cream So goodbye now is undecided. I don't like to watch you watch a debate this okay? This person's going to sway me. This person is going to convince me by now You've made up your mind. Why? You watch yesterday's game knowing the outcome and my right around. You didn't know Tio Vice. I really didn't know the hold your water, The left guard That was a classic Bengal movement of four American League playoff games tomorrow, so no, I will not be watching those two yellow. I will ask Mike Pursuing Timo Edgar. If Baseball football. Sports air played to allow you to remain in the bar until midnight. If the Reds midnight, no Last call's usually close the two. I mean, if a bar wants to stay closed, wants to close at midnight. Leave it up to them. If they want a weekend to during the week midnight unless the game's being played, which case make it two Reds are playing night playoff games. Will I be able to stay to the end? And drink a beer the entire time. You're safer in a bar like the Holy Grail that at home by yourself, I'm safer in a place where they're behaving responsibly where they're enforcing the rules where there are hearing a protocol and where I can look around, determined my surroundings and okay, I don't want to be here or I do want to be here. Give me and the people who run those businesses that opportunity. That's it on my check will trust you with that decision. Well, you know, Trust me. My decision making has been called into question by a lot of people. But in this particular instance I want to be able to if the Reds are in the world. Siri's I don't want to watch it by myself in my basement. I want to be out. I want to watch it by myself in a bar, right? Tell Mike with your permission of the question's been written down by Matt Steinmann. And this is awaiting the Mo Eggar vote will be to allow you to stay in the bar until 2 a.m. Fine. Tell him I'll vote for him next year vote for him. That's why I like it. But the role I wanted in place in place by Wednesday by Wednesday I'll pass it on Mo. Thank you. Okay. Who wins tonight? Quickly. Chiefs, the raving like Baltimore. I think the best team in the NFL. So you're in a in a division with Baltimore, Cleveland, Pittsburgh and the Panco didn't lose yesterday. Well, they can't even lose crawl before you walk. They can't even lose for your run. We'll see what high before you win. Let's continue with more your reaction..

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"steinmann" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"steinmann" Discussed on KGO 810

"Changed forever from the CBS Audio Network. I'm Gil Gross. Here's something as either scary necessary or just an interesting statistic. Because of the money being poured into the economy and the fight to keep the country going. During the Koven 19 outbreak, the nation's debt will nearly equal the entire amount of the nations. Economy. This means if every nickel and dime produced in our economy this year went to do nothing but pay off the national debt would just barely do the job. And that hasn't happened since a very different battle. Which was World War, too. But what does that figure mean for America? And how might we be changed forever? Or even a little while Buy it? CBS news business analyst Dill Schlessinger is with US, Jill Good to have you with us. Is this an interesting statistic or meaningful for our lives? Well, I always think when you go to something brand new, new record new milestone that that is interesting and noteworthy. It's not surprising, per se, because look, we just went through a cataclysmic downturn. In the pandemic laced economy, right March and April were horrific, and we now know that there has been sort of a two fold problem that contributes to the debt deficit problem. One is that when all of these people lost their jobs, they started stopped paying taxes when companies stopped Charging money for goods and services. They stopped paying taxes. So the amount of money the government takes in dropped dramatically. And then the amount of money the government spend the more than spends went up dramatically because of the cares, act. The $2.2 trillion, So you put it together, and that's why we see the government debt. Basically Surpassing about. We won't It won't happen just yet. But it's about to surpass the total value of the whole economy in the next fiscal year, Okay, And there's something else that we should mention here, whether it's politically popular or unpopular. Dimension it that tax cut of $1.5 trillion Of that kind of took away. Some of I guess the margin for error here when something like this might happen, That's precisely correct. I think that many of those in Congress who voted for the 2017 tax cuts have to really look themselves in the mirror and say, Hey, you know, we contributed to this right because That increased government spending in the in the form of those tax cuts really caused the debt to start to rise before the pandemic even began. But obviously things went on sort of turbo charge over the last six months. Which brings us back to how important is the debt it back in the day. Senator Warren Rudman, Republican conservative and two Democratic liberals, who were senators Paul Simon and Paul Song. You used to talk about this all the time. The national debt was their passion, and their fear was interest on the debt would crowd out spending on anything else, Whether it be the defense programs favored by Ruttman, or social programs favored by Steinmann and Song gifts and Part of the feeling they're part of the economic theory for ages was that if the government borrowed too much money, it was going to be a terrible credit risk. Investors are going to demand more interest, and then you'd get this horrible spiral where we'd be paying higher and higher interest on the debt, and it would just be unpayable except interest rates have remained low. It has that whole theory going out the window. You know, it's fascinating because I grew up with that same theory. And anyone who grew up in a certain time was taught economics in this crowding out idea and future inflation and higher interest rates. And it all seem pretty precarious, which is why everyone wanted to avoid AA ballooning national debt or deficit. But, you know, there has been a new theory of monetary policy and fiscal policy that has emerged in the form of modern ready for this modern monetary economics or monitor monetary theory. MMT and this is ah, somewhat of a new founded twist, which basically argues that Countries can carry larger debt loads than previously thought, and that as long as you had an active Federal Reserve or central bank that could react to inflation when it did occur. That the fears over debt and deficit were unwarranted. Now the big problem is we have really tested that and no one really wants to test it. So it may be true and MMT might Be kind of the most brilliant thing in the world or could be something where we could see the whole economy kind of crash and burn with a theory that is unproven. So here's what I what What I understand from economists, and that is that The dent in the deficit rising right now is completely understandable and explainable that there is likely to be some reckoning in the form of higher taxes down the road, and that the nobody really wants to talk about that in the middle of a recession, and certainly not in the middle of Ah canned Emmick induced recession. That that this really does probably call into question how this country plans to address its balance sheet in the future, especially as it pertains to social safety nets like Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid will have more about the American economy, with CBS News business analyst Dill slash singer. Coming up in just a little bit. This is America changed forever from the CBS Audio Network. Do you make sense of an election as unprecedented Is this way? Have two words true journalism at CBS News. We believe Journalism states fact. Not opinion and finds not just who, what and where. But why. 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"steinmann" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"steinmann" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"On one with Bryan Adams to talk about what he creatively enjoys. The mouth's still to this day is the most exciting thing about what I do, which is writing Sada. I like to write songs. It's only thing really about all of this that I really love, you know. All that sitting on Chapman going on tour, and that's all right, you know, But for me making music is the one that really sparks. You know, I'm ready to get off on, you know? Yeah, There's another night's Those gigs where you can plan You come offstage and you think that's why I don't have to play. I've just played the best gig I've ever played. I could die now and then and that's that's happened to me. But it would be nothing without the song. Keep listening to my heart, radio or more Bryan Adams and all your favorite artists. My heart radio goes one on one with Billy Joe from Green Day to find out how the band's Rockhopper albums developed would be cool to keep pushing forward into that when we're doing American idiot we started with the song, American Idiot. And then we did the song called Homecoming, which is loosely based on like a quick one by the Who, and then we just were like this is storyline. So we're like this is what we should be doing. It's just a crazy idea and just my work. Keep listening to I heart radio for Mohr of Green Day and all your favorite artists. Five topics in five minutes Fast break with Rachel in Steinmann on 700 wlw. It's time for us to start wrapping things up. We like to do that with the fast break. It's a little little thing that we dio myself and my buddy Matt Simon, who's running the board, he's my producer. Coronary puts up with all my B s, and he asked questions, five of them rapid fire, So let's get started Number one. Alright, so chickens apparently have become very popular during this pandemic, and you can explain, of course, a little background on me. I really want to have Ducks in my backyard. Yeah, and I live. I live in Newport. I have a double lot, though in Newport, so I have plenty of room for ducks. I don't think the city would allow it. That is that is neither here nor there. The point being. I do Google searches for this. So of course, these news stories they come find me. They find me and apparently, chickens on chicken suppliers are saying.

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"steinmann" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"steinmann" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Let's look back on this day in sports history July 8th Start today. Back in 1941 at the MLB All Star game. The game was notable for bringing the Yankees Joe DiMaggio and the Red Sox Ted Williams, together on the same team to Hall of Fame outfielders were each having legendary seasons, with Williams batting over 400 DiMaggio breaking the consecutive games hit record. Of course, the game ended with drama. Williams stepped to the plate with two outs and two on in the ninth and hit a towering three run home run to give the American League the wind. Williams later said that was one of his favorite moments of his career jumping way ahead today in 2007 at Wimbledon and the men's tennis final. Roger Federer of Switzerland wins the singles title for the fifth consecutive year, beating Spain's Rafael Nadal. And today in 2010 LeBron James shocked the sports world by announcing via alive. ESPN special called the decision that he would be leaving the Cleveland Cavaliers and taking his talents to South Beach joining the Miami Heat. LeBron would win two titles with Miami. Then he'd return to Cleveland and give the calves their first championship. Now, you know, today in sports history on I Heart radio on now, five comics in five minutes is the fast break with Rachel in Steinmann on 700 WLW. It's my favorite part of the show. Rachel Elliot here filling in for Jerry Jeff Walker, where we myself and my wonderful producer Matt Simon. Answer questions. Rather fire like and have a good time to wrap up the show. Matt, Let's kick it off. Number one, obviously. All right. Well, what is a weird show? You watched as a kid? Okay. What brought this on was Kristen Alfonso, who plays hope, Brady. On days of our lives, the NBC soap opera. She is quitting the show. After 37 years and I realized how much Just how many soap operas I watched as a kid like the little kid 56 years old. I was watching soap operas and I.

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"steinmann" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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08:38 min | 2 years ago

"steinmann" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"This you know mark and i have known each i adds the most important election cycle of eight that's more important it was just people expressing themselves and demonstrating spontaneous order bite me and love aleutian then twelve adds more party crap sixteen day trump hillary you know what's different and you go and then now this one is this is this is this the most important election cycle over you know i'm i'm thinking that there's a lot going to be done now i got a lot of reasons why but i'm thinking twenty twenty is going to be the time that the day then those have come out and they said nope we're not allowed to express yourself on this platform nope you're not allowed we're going to delete that we're going to squash that and you're not woke enough for social justice warriors or appropriate the political correctness of and i'm going yep this is when it happens is when they start shutting down dissent you're not allowed to speak and doing certainly when you look around the world and the people fighting back because they're in socialist countries that depended on high oil prices are the ability to get blown IMF or they all that's going away the dollar is going to take a tank them what well we better have some people at least understand nonaggression principle libertarianism as an option and who's explain it to them so there are some options out there that people want to do this but they up against this wind up going yeah but we gotta be reasonable and sometime spriggs principle is impractical enough well that's my question to mark is can you be fully principled and that be practical i think our principles are practical and they are reasonable that's the reason we're libertarians right i mean what could be more practical in reasonable than hey looked we all kind of popped into existence none of us knows really the great universal answers to the very big questions we're all here for a short time how 'bout we riyan some basic things like you're competent adult i'm a competent adult you should be in charge of you and your body and your money and time and property and how about if i'm in adjust my body and money and time in property and let's not interfere with each other or if we want to contract with each other we should be able to do that as long as it's free voluntary and there is no front i mean what's so impractical about this this to me seems the the only practical solution i think that trying to say that sticking to a pure libertarian principled position for somebody to say that that's impractical doesn't make any sense to me now offloading that in figure out how that applies to sort of the issues of the day okay there is some hard questions there but like for example this article that i'm getting ready to drop right what what could be the proper libertarian position for guns right well it's not just guns the all the issues are the same right they're all the same remember we started dating my wife i started sending all these these articles i've written over the years and she read every single one and she came back to me and said you know mark it's really all the same article here's saying the same thing over and over and over so yes so here comes my article on gun policy guess what it's going to be ernie it's going to be the same thing i think if we just think about it in terms of trying to come with offloading the non aggression principle that's what makes sense so what would make sense in terms of guns well keeping consists stint with do whatever you want just don't bother anybody then you know in the absence of another person sort of initiating force or fraud or what i would call a substantial threat of that right which is think south defense right somebody pointing a gun at me and saying hey mark i'm gonna shoot you in the head i don't have to wait eight until the bullet hits my head before justified in taking some action why because that person is justifying than is violating the non aggression principle at that moment by creating a substantial threat so gun policy should reflect exactly these situations you get to do whatever you want so long as you don't present a substantial threat to another person like what types of things might you be able to do with a gun that create a substantial threat while they're there was categories in my mind of things where we are justified in saying this person with a gun presents a substantial threat category one you are the you have a longer history of being a violent felon you're the kind of person who takes a gun and constantly violates the non aggression principle how many times do you have to take a gun in initiate force than shooting and killing other person before finally justified in saying you know you can't have a gun anymore because you by by mere possession of a gun you present substantial risk are we in agreement on that point ernie you know i i worry about i worry now act laws that trump is going to read slag laws and they're going to determine win they're going to be talking about trump's red flag laws harking about or a moment exactly the contours of this category right who decides it and how many times you have to what's a violent felony and how many times you have to aside those very important questions that we need to put aside can we agree that there's at least a category of person that once you have continuous aleve violated the non aggression principle in violent kind of way let's even say with a gun at some point we the community the greater society is able to stay consistent with the non aggression principle you can no longer have a gun because you're more mir ownership or presents are possession of a gun violates the non aggression principle cause you present a risk can we say that i would only be supportive of a statement like that if it wasn't where applied universally as a world government on everybody in day determine what it is a small community my homeowner association maybe even my municipality or something down to my neighborhood or me i what the crown determined to be abhorrent and abnormal behavior a b a freaking resume you know for freedom community of you know because they get to determine if somebody brings an AR fifteen to the a line at sky harbor that you are in violation you should never have a gun which is peter steinmann defended on this and so on he wasn't doing anything illegal but they could easily determine that as a threat and you're not allowed even though you see it's just who gets to decide like i just said ernie putting aside for the sake of our philosophical discussion the issue of who's deciding what the contours of the category that's a different discussion putting aside again putting aside those issues can we agree that there's a philosophical category of some people have violated inauguration in principle to the extent that we can now consistent with an application of the non aggression principle say to them you can no longer have a gun on i property in my presence yes absolutely on your property in your presence because god okay everywhere shooting in the common let's be clear about him from other people's property right if your neighbor has a history of killing people with guns and he keeps getting convicted i begun even on your own property to do that i have to delegate that authority to make that decision myself to someone else and i think that here's the problem so many such rule where we can tell that guy you can't have a gun just because there's no possible way to come up with a wheel fairway well i think we got the principles how do we offload them more when we come back the new fourth edition of healing our world the compassion of libertarianism we'll take your understanding of liberty to a.

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"steinmann" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

08:30 min | 3 years ago

"steinmann" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Now. I've got a couple of favorite. I'm sure there's there's got to be like a grieving doing all over again. So that's why you getting such horrible pothole this year now. And I got a couple of favorite. I'm sure there's there's gotta be like a top of potholes in the Tri state area. But let me let me ask you something Byron. So as far as this getting fixed is there is there a time line is this a money issue. Like when can we expect like some movement on this? Yeah. A couple of couple of answers to that. You know, there's always two or three inches, right? So one city. One. They've been averaging about four point seven days to get the pothole once they've been Beck's. So so that's one thing, and it's a temporary thing. But of course, when you look at our state highway system. You're bitter cold. Wind administration is pitching a gap that because you know, we get tax and raise in about three years and some of that would help to build row is an infrastructure and extend the reason that you get better Rosalyn, let bottle right? But that doesn't really count for the, you know, thirty thousand miles or so of the city road that have to be maintained. So that's a whole other issue that we have to deal with and sadly as bad as you said earlier. Have to deal with these things every year, you know, where they're going to be. And then you thinking you think they're going to be where they are. Here. What are some of your worst pothole experiences in the tri-state currently because Sean, and I both have to deal with one particular pothole in Covington? That is basically the road has given way a certain stop sign and you have to they're not even like try. Outright. Act like at least put some gravel in it or something. Day care. Exactly. Right. Let us let it let let people believe that. You're trying to do from got a coupla. I travel a lot in that sort of glee. Madisonville area, and that's on red Bank expressway, right? So I've got a couple of them one. That is on Madison. Matt row between Brotherston red Bank robes. We met Brotherston. Go over it. And you almost can't help and run into it. Because it's like a double win. You were one way you're gonna hit the smaller version of the pothole another way, you know, you get that deep guttural, boom. I've been there. Troubling seventy five to the road and the call to go back and forth there to one of my daughters goes to school off thirty five. So you go there and left. A one or two pothole in it's more like, you know, riding the roller coaster the beast at kings island. Yeah. But that would be fun. Not so fun when you're trying to keep your car on the road. And when you're trying to make sure you don't have this huge automobile, one person one reader wrote me and ran into a in a in a pothole in the west side. And I don't quite remember. I think it was impractical. Yup. Saturday. Pothole had to buy new. She did say Michelin tire. That's a high entire eighty nine dollars lot. Well, okay. Well, let me ask you this are are there any, and I'm sure people have tried this obviously are people like basically like, right? I'm going to do the city. I'm going to sue the county because I don't feel like, you know, my tax dollars are being put to good use. Yeah. But there's another thing on so the city promises. It has a a hotline or you can report your your car's damage, and and there's a claim. Warm that you can file right? I believe just a small percentage of those claims are paid. So typically, what you have is someone going out of their pocket having to replace the damage, you know, hopefully, you have a high deductible insurance plan while you're not gonna you're gonna pay out of pocket for that. Right with dumping that the road cars. So you have a situation where you know, you're you're you're kind of out of luck. They call the SOL policy rally. You know, I had to let you say that. Yeah. The SOL policies. Well, we had actually our our producer. Matt Steinmann had some had an issue where there was a potholder was flooded. So he didn't see how. And then got the rent damage and Busta tire. Luckily, he was still maybe not. Luckily for him. He was coming here. Got to the point with me because I used to have. And I love the car. It was a low riding car. But every time I would come on seventy one you'd hit a couple. And then when you hit like you said Byron you'd hit that big one that was it rattles you to the bone. And then nobody does I went to get my tires align. The next time. Like, yeah. You've got a bad debt near ram, Michael. How much is the rim. That's about three hundred fifty dollars. At the end of the day. I basically sold by my one car because I was like this isn't even like a comfortable ride to work, and even in my SUV that I have now you're hitting these potholes and just sometimes it's not even potholes it. She's bad patch jobs that you're just having a horrible ride to work anymore. Exactly. It is, you know, some people would say, okay. Well, you know, you gotta have first world problems. Right. Right. What? I mean, our infrastructure that we have to drive big vehicle. Could get to where we're going to point eight point beat. You know, we don't have a terrific transit system. Matt. You could say in Cincinnati. And so people drive their cars in one of the things that is so frustrating, especially this time of year is that you know, you're gonna get pothole there could be new potholes overnight. You just have to make sure you know, you're you're trying to figure out what were they are. And avoid them as best you can and men who wins at the end of the season. Right. The our mechanics definitely win. So maybe it's good for them. But it's horrible for it's a conspiracy. Well. Exactly what it is for the for the average. For the average family a couple hundred bucks retire or having to replace a rim. That's the comes from somewhere in. That's just less money to spend on your kids or on groceries or whatever else you're trying to buy daily necessities, and it's unnecessary. That's why everybody's so annoyed with it. It's an unnecessary expense. If you know, maybe we could get the city to fill the potholes. I dunno. Well, byron. I don't know. If you saw this story it was online. There's and I think it was in Michigan. There was a gentleman that was so fed up with potholes that he would he would spray paint some very I would say unflattering. Body parts around the hot holes. Because then obviously, you know, they would say, well, we got to cover this up a lot faster than just leaving it. So I'm not suggesting do that same do. You want to an idea though? You put. Story. Yeah. You can call some other. Alright. Byron mccully Cincinnati inquirer. Thank you so much for stopping by. Thank you, Sean. I don't know. I mean, here's the thing on the other side of the ball. There's no possible way you can keep up probably with all these potholes. So I guess at the end of the day, you just have to.

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"steinmann" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

11:56 min | 3 years ago

"steinmann" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And FOX nineteen. Seven hundred wwl w Sean Kelly. That's Rachel Elliott. Eddie rocky. I'll be back tomorrow. I think let's rock. He's got another mountain to climb or who knows. Yeah. You never know. What that one? Let me tell you. What always is an adventure nowadays is driving to work. Rachel you. And I usually take the same way to work. Yeah. We don't live far away from each other. And I've I it's like we were talking about our most dreaded potholes, which is actually what got us on this topic. Well, it's like the kessel Ronin Star Wars where you got the millennium falcon Bob in and out of traffic. Like, yeah, I have to swerve Wayne's because now familiar with where some of these bigger potholes are, and if you've got a car that rides low, and you're hitting some of these I mean, you're talking hundreds of dollars just to get a rim replace, and we're talking about specific locations of some of the potholes in the city. I'm sure everybody has the split when you do your commute. You know? Exactly where those are. And you're trying to dodge them because when you don't you're like, you know, bad there's a hubcap graveyard just somewhere south of north of the Brent Spence bridge, whereas just lined with hubcaps. Of cars that didn't. Since worth, and this gentleman just did a story on it in the inquirer Byron McCullough. Who's on the phone with us? How are you doing today? Sean, I'm great. How are you? I'm doing. Well. I just depends depends on what kind of day driving in. Because if I if I'm lucky enough to make it in one lane in a semis. Not keeping me out because sometimes you get locked in. And you've got to deal with the potholes. But to me, this seems like it's been one of the worst year for potholes, or you know, what it really has. And that sort of prompted me to write this column over the weekend. I am getting so tired of running into these craters along almost every highway traveling right now, it is worse much worse than it has been recent years. I wrote a column because you know, it's February right now and we've had like. Request from in the city. In February to repair these people call. It doesn't seem to do any good. And I just wrote this because under so frustrated, and my I've got a big truck. So you know, when I hit the pothole it is it is quite a performance. You know, you get these things and they go boom, boom, boom. Oh. And there's that dreaded last-second when you realize it's too late to correct your trajectory, and you have to hit the pothole you're just hoping. And you're and you're what you're hoping for is. You know, one you don't burst your tire. So you so you so you don't have to pull on the side of the road. You don't you hope you don't injure your your ram? And then the third thing. I mean, you hope you get to work, right? I mean, we Gon Obam that. Sure. So what happened? No. And this winter has been pre indecisive, right? We get these sub zero temperatures, and then we get sixty. So you've got that sort of interacting the frozen water getting into the asphalt interacting with the warm. You know, whether swelling reprieving doing all over again. So that's why you getting such horrible pothole this year. Now, I've got a couple of favorite. I'm sure there's there's got to be like a top of potholes in the Tri state area. But let me let me ask you something Byron. So as far as this getting fixed is there is there a timeline is this a money issue. Like when can we expect like some movement on this? Yeah. A couple of couple of answers to that. You know, there's always two or three inches right now. Go. So one city. One. They've been averaging about four point seven days to get the pothole once they've been so so that's one thing and it's a temporary fix. But of course, when you look at our state highway system your proposal, the wind administration is pitching a that. Because you know, we get tax and raising about three years and some of that would help to build in row is an infrastructure extends the reason that. Oh, you get better rosewood. Let pothole right? But that doesn't really count for the thirty thousand mile or so of the city road that happy maintain. So that's a whole other issue that we have to deal with and sadly as bad as you said earlier have to deal with these things every year, you know, where they're going to be. And then you'd think you'd think they're going to be where they are. Here. What are some of your worst pothole experiences in the tri-state currently because Sean, and I both have to deal with one particular pothole in Covington? That is basically the road has given way a certain stop sign, and you have to the they're not even like, try anything. Outright. To act like at least put some gravel in it or something. Like you care. Exactly. Right. Let us let let let people believe that. You're trying to do something. I've got a couple. I travel a lot in that sort of Oakley Madisonville area. And that's on red Bank expressway, right? I've got a couple of them one that is on Madison. Matt road between Brotherston red Bank road between Madison Brotherston. Go over it and almost can't help and run into it. Because it's like a double win. You swerve one way. You're gonna hit the smaller version the potholes another way get that deep guttural, boom. I've been there and then and then they're not traveling seventy five to the road and the call to go back and forth there to one of my daughters goes to school off thirty five. So you go there and it. A one or two potholes in. It's more like, you know, riding the roller coaster beast at kings island. Yeah. But that would be fun. Not so fun when you're trying to keep your car on the road. And when you trying to make sure you don't have this huge automobile, one person one reader wrote me and ran into in a in a pothole on the west side. And I don't quite remember. I think it was impractical actually bad. Yup. Saturday. Pothole had to buy new. She did say Michelin tire. So that's a high entire two hundred eighty nine dollars lot. Well, well, let me ask you this are are there any, and I'm sure people have tried this obviously are people like basically trying to like, right? I'm going to sue the city. I'm going to sue the county because I don't feel like, you know, my tax dollars are being put to good use. Yeah. But there's another thing, Sean. So the city promises. It has a a hotline where you can report your your car's damage, and and there's a claim. Warm that you can file right? I believe just a small percentage of those claims are paid typically what you have is someone going on their pocket having to replace the damage, you know, hopefully, if you have a high deductible insurance plan will you're not gonna you're gonna pay out of pocket for that. Right with dumping that the road cars. So you have a situation where you know, you're you're you're kind of out of luck. They call the SOL policy. Well, you know, I had to let you say that I'm. Yeah. It's the SOL policies. Well, we had actually our our producer. Matt Steinmann had some had an issue where there was a potholder was flooded. So he didn't see how. And then got the rent damage, and you know, luckily, he was still maybe not. Luckily for him. He was coming here. Got to the point with me because I used to have. And I love the car. It was a low riding car. But every time I would come on seventy one you'd hit a couple. And then when you hit like you said by a new hit that big one that was just it rattles you to the bone. And then I went to get my tires, align. The next time. Like, yeah. You've got a bad debt near ram, Michael. How much is the rim. That's about three hundred fifty dollars. At the end of the day. I basically sold by my one car because I was like this isn't even like a comfortable ride to work, and even in my SUV that I have now you're hitting these potholes and just sometimes it's not even potholes it. She's bad patch jobs that you're just having just a horrible ride to work anymore. Exactly. It is, you know, some people would say, okay. Well, you know, you got to have I won't problems, right? Right. What? I mean, our infrastructure that we have to drive big vehicle could get to where we're going to point eight eight point beat, you know, we don't have a terrific transit system. Matt. You could say in Cincinnati and don't people drive their cars, and one of the thing that is so frustrating, especially this time of year is that you know, you're gonna get potholed. There could be new potholes overnight. And you just have to make sure, you know, you're you're trying to figure out what were they are. And avoid them back. You can. And then who wins at the end of the season, right? The are mechanics definitely win. So maybe list for them. But it's horrible for. It's a conspiracy. Well, it is exactly what it is for the average. Vote for the average family a couple hundred bucks tire or having to replace a rim. That's that comes from somewhere in. That's just less money. You have to spend on your kids or on groceries or whatever else you're trying to buy our you're dealing assesses, and it's unnecessary. That's why everybody's so annoyed with it. It's an unnecessary expense. If you know, maybe we could get the city to fill the potholes. I dunno. Well, byron. I don't know. If you saw this story it was online. There's I think it was in Michigan. There was a gentleman that was so fed up with potholes that he would he would spray paint some very I would say unflattering. Body parts around the hot holes. Because then obviously, you know, they would say like, well, we gotta cover this up a lot faster than just leaving it. So I'm not suggesting that same due to an idea though. You. Story. Yeah. You can call it. Some some other. Capone? Alright Byron mccully Cincinnati inquirer. Thank you so much for stopping by. Thank you, Sean, rich one. One. I don't know. I mean, here's the thing on the other side of the ball. There's no possible way you can keep up probably with all these potholes. So I guess at the end of the day, you just have to kind of.

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