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Curry, Thompson send Warriors into Western Conference finals

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00:29 sec | Last week

Curry, Thompson send Warriors into Western Conference finals

"Klay Klay Klay Klay Thompson Thompson Thompson Thompson knocked knocked knocked knocked down down down down eight eight eight eight three three three three pointers pointers pointers pointers on on on on the the the the way way way way to to to to thirty thirty thirty thirty points points points points in in in in the the the the warriors warriors warriors warriors one one one one ten ten ten ten ninety ninety ninety ninety six six six six victory victory victory victory over over over over Memphis Memphis Memphis Memphis Stephan Stephan Stephan Stephan curry curry curry curry scored scored scored scored twenty twenty twenty twenty nine nine nine nine with with with with six six six six threes threes threes threes making making making making two two two two baskets baskets baskets baskets late late late late in in in in the the the the third third third third quarter quarter quarter quarter to to to to put put put put the the the the warriors warriors warriors warriors ahead ahead ahead ahead Draymond Draymond Draymond Draymond green green green green contributed contributed contributed contributed fourteen fourteen fourteen fourteen points points points points sixteen sixteen sixteen sixteen rebounds rebounds rebounds rebounds and and and and eight eight eight eight assists assists assists assists Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Wiggins Wiggins Wiggins Wiggins scored scored scored scored ten ten ten ten of of of of his his his his eighteen eighteen eighteen eighteen points points points points in in in in the the the the fourth fourth fourth fourth quarter quarter quarter quarter including including including including a a a a pair pair pair pair of of of of timely timely timely timely threes threes threes threes Dillon Dillon Dillon Dillon Brooks Brooks Brooks Brooks had had had had a a a a big big big big bass bass bass bass line line line line three three three three with with with with eight eight eight eight oh oh oh oh to to to to left left left left and and and and scored scored scored scored thirty thirty thirty thirty points points points points with with with with a a a a career career career career best best best best seven seven seven seven three three three three pointers pointers pointers pointers for for for for the the the the Grizzlies Grizzlies Grizzlies Grizzlies I'm I'm I'm I'm Dave Dave Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie Ferrie Ferrie

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Curry, Warriors rally past Grizzlies 101-98 for 3-1 lead

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00:32 sec | Last week

Curry, Warriors rally past Grizzlies 101-98 for 3-1 lead

"Trailing trailing trailing trailing for for for for most most most most of of of of the the the the game game game game until until until until forty forty forty forty five five five five seconds seconds seconds seconds left left left left in in in in the the the the fourth fourth fourth fourth quarter quarter quarter quarter the the the the warriors warriors warriors warriors came came came came back back back back to to to to beat beat beat beat the the the the Grizzlies Grizzlies Grizzlies Grizzlies won won won won a a a a one one one one ninety ninety ninety ninety eight eight eight eight to to to to take take take take a a a a commanding commanding commanding commanding three three three three games games games games to to to to one one one one series series series series lead lead lead lead Golden Golden Golden Golden State State State State closed closed closed closed out out out out Memphis Memphis Memphis Memphis using using using using an an an an eleven eleven eleven eleven to to to to two two two two run run run run Stephan Stephan Stephan Stephan curry curry curry curry led led led led all all all all scorers scorers scorers scorers with with with with thirty thirty thirty thirty two two two two points points points points Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Wiggins Wiggins Wiggins Wiggins added added added added seventeen seventeen seventeen seventeen with with with with ten ten ten ten rebounds rebounds rebounds rebounds coach coach coach coach Steve Steve Steve Steve Kerr Kerr Kerr Kerr tested tested tested tested positive positive positive positive for for for for Kobe Kobe Kobe Kobe so so so so Mike Mike Mike Mike brown brown brown brown was was was was the the the the acting acting acting acting coach coach coach coach the the the the Grizzlies Grizzlies Grizzlies Grizzlies played played played played without without without without John John John John Moran Moran Moran Moran who who who who has has has has a a a a knee knee knee knee injury injury injury injury jaren jaren jaren jaren Jackson Jackson Jackson Jackson junior junior junior junior had had had had twenty twenty twenty twenty one one one one points points points points Steven Steven Steven Steven Adams Adams Adams Adams had had had had ten ten ten ten points points points points and and and and fifteen fifteen fifteen fifteen rebounds rebounds rebounds rebounds Ryan Ryan Ryan Ryan Leong Leong Leong Leong San San San San Francisco Francisco Francisco Francisco

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Curry, Warriors hold off Jokic, eliminate Nuggets in Game 5

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00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

Curry, Warriors hold off Jokic, eliminate Nuggets in Game 5

"The the the the warriors warriors warriors warriors fire fire fire fire off off off off the the the the nuggets nuggets nuggets nuggets to to to to win win win win the the the the series series series series in in in in five five five five games games games games one one one one oh oh oh oh two two two two ninety ninety ninety ninety eight eight eight eight Denver Denver Denver Denver down down down down three three three three games games games games to to to to none none none none nearly nearly nearly nearly forced forced forced forced a a a a game game game game six six six six but but but but Stephan Stephan Stephan Stephan curry curry curry curry scored scored scored scored eleven eleven eleven eleven of of of of his his his his thirty thirty thirty thirty points points points points in in in in the the the the fourth fourth fourth fourth quarter quarter quarter quarter to to to to eliminate eliminate eliminate eliminate the the the the nuggets nuggets nuggets nuggets you you you you for for for for the the the the corners corners corners corners is is is is about about about about can can can can you you you you finally finally finally finally just just just just get get get get it it it it done done done done and and and and get get get get enough enough enough enough stops stops stops stops to to to to speed speed speed up up up the the the game game game a a a little little little bit bit bit put put put some some some pressure pressure pressure on on on and and and we're we're we're able able able to to to do do do that that that obviously obviously obviously everybody everybody everybody contributed contributed contributed as as as a a a as as as a a a fun fun fun some some some way way way to to to finish finish finish the the the game game game Klay Klay Klay Thompson Thompson Thompson and and and Gary Gary Gary Payton Payton Payton a a a second second second each each each added added added fifteen fifteen fifteen points points points in in in the the the loss loss loss Nicole Nicole Nicole you'll you'll you'll catch catch catch with with with thirty thirty thirty points points points nineteen nineteen nineteen rebounds rebounds rebounds and and and eight eight eight assists assists assists DaMarcus DaMarcus DaMarcus cousins cousins cousins added added added nineteen nineteen nineteen off off off the the the bench bench bench the the the warriors warriors warriors face face face the the the winner winner winner of of of the the the Memphis Memphis Memphis Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota series series series in in in the the the second second second round round round Riley Riley Riley on on on San San San Francisco Francisco Francisco

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Curry, Poole, Thompson lead Warriors past Nuggets, 118-113

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00:42 sec | Last month

Curry, Poole, Thompson lead Warriors past Nuggets, 118-113

"A a a a late late late late surge surge surge surge lifted lifted lifted lifted the the the the warriors warriors warriors warriors past past past past the the the the nuggets nuggets nuggets nuggets one one one one eighteen eighteen eighteen eighteen one one one one thirteen thirteen thirteen thirteen the the the the victory victory victory victory gives gives gives gives Golden Golden Golden Golden State State State State at at at at three three three three games games games games to to to to none none none none lead lead lead lead in in in in the the the the best best best best of of of of seven seven seven seven series series series series Stephan Stephan Stephan Stephan curry curry curry curry came came came came off off off off the the the the bench bench bench bench to to to to pour pour pour pour in in in in twenty twenty twenty twenty seven seven seven seven points points points points we we we we found found found found a a a a way way way way to to to to just just just withstand withstand withstand runs runs runs in in in hostile hostile hostile environments environments environments and and and there's there's there's a a a lot lot lot level level level of of of trust trust trust and and and how how how we we we do do do it it it in in in a a a high high high drama drama drama fourth fourth fourth quarter quarter quarter neither neither neither team team team led led led by by by more more more than than than four four four points points points until until until an an an eight eight eight Golden Golden Golden State State State run run run gave gave gave the the the warriors warriors warriors a a a one one one seventeen seventeen seventeen one one one eleven eleven eleven advantage advantage advantage with with with thirty thirty thirty one one one seconds seconds seconds left left left the the the victory victory victory came came came despite despite despite thirty thirty thirty seven seven seven points points points and and and eighteen eighteen eighteen rebounds rebounds rebounds from from from the the the nuggets nuggets nuggets Nikola Nikola Nikola jokic jokic jokic game game game four four four is is is Sunday Sunday Sunday in in in the the the mile mile mile high high high city city city Bruce Bruce Bruce Morton Morton Morton Denver Denver Denver

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Curry scores 34 points off bench, Warriors lead Nuggets 2-0

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00:42 sec | Last month

Curry scores 34 points off bench, Warriors lead Nuggets 2-0

"The the the the warriors warriors warriors warriors outscored outscored outscored outscored the the the the nuggets nuggets nuggets nuggets forty forty forty forty four four four four to to to to thirty thirty thirty thirty in in in in the the the the third third third third quarter quarter quarter quarter in in in in route route route route to to to to a a a a one one one one twenty twenty twenty twenty six six six six one one one one oh oh oh oh six six six six when when when when the the the the victory victory victory victory gives gives gives gives Golden Golden Golden Golden State State State State at at at at two two two two OO OO OO OO series series series series lead lead lead lead Stephan Stephan Stephan Stephan curry curry curry curry scored scored scored scored a a a a game game game game high high high high thirty thirty thirty thirty four four four four points points points points off off off off the the the the bench bench bench bench in in in in twenty twenty twenty twenty three three three three minutes minutes minutes minutes making making making making five five five five threes threes threes threes like like like like when when when when you're you're you're you're forced forced forced forced into into into into a a a a minute minute minute minute restriction restriction restriction restriction it it it it kind kind kind kind of of of of makes makes makes makes the the the the decision decision decision decision a a a a little little little little easier easier easier easier but but but but it's it's it's it's like like like like I I I I want want want want to to to to be be be be out out out out there there there there lay lay lay lay with with with with a a a a casa casa casa casa con con con con a a a a flowed flowed flowed flowed out out out out the the the the game game game game obviously obviously obviously obviously I I I I will will will will be be be be out out out out there there there there and and and and I'm I'm I'm I'm closing closing closing closing you you you you know know know know line line line line up up up up and and and and the the the the big big big big moments moments moments moments or or or or games games games games Jordan Jordan Jordan Jordan Poole Poole Poole Poole added added added added twenty twenty twenty twenty nine nine nine nine points points points points and and and and Klay Klay Klay Klay Thompson Thompson Thompson Thompson had had had had twenty twenty twenty twenty one one one one the the the the nuggets nuggets nuggets nuggets with with with with twenty twenty twenty twenty six six six six points points points points by by by by Nicole Nicole Nicole Nicole you'll you'll you'll you'll catch catch catch catch but but but but he he he he was was was was ejected ejected ejected ejected in in in in the the the the fourth fourth fourth fourth quarter quarter quarter quarter game game game game three three three three is is is is Thursday Thursday Thursday Thursday night night night night in in in in Denver Denver Denver Denver Riley Riley Riley Riley on on on on San San San San Francisco Francisco Francisco Francisco

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Grizzlies beat Warriors 123-95, tighten hold on 2nd in West

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00:42 sec | Last month

Grizzlies beat Warriors 123-95, tighten hold on 2nd in West

"Desmond bane help the grisly solidified their hold on second place in the Western Conference with a one twenty three ninety five win over the third place warriors Bain was one of three Memphis scores to reach twenty points finishing with a team high twenty two everybody eats you know I mean we we got a bunch of dudes playing well right now and you know I think it's because the ball's movement and everybody's everybody's making eight making a they place Dillon Brooks and De'Anthony Melton added twenty one points a piece for the Grizzlies Jordan Poole scored a game high twenty five for the warriors who played without star and Stephan curry Klay Thompson and Draymond green Memphis star John Moran sat out the fifth straight game with a knee injury I'm guessing Coolbaugh

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Curry scores 34 points, Warriors beat Nuggets 113-102

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00:28 sec | 2 months ago

Curry scores 34 points, Warriors beat Nuggets 113-102

"A late spurt lifted Golden State to a one thirteen one oh two victory over the nuggets who were playing for the fourth time in five nights Stephan curry was game high with thirty four but Jordan Poole let a game ending thirteen run with a pair of last minute three pointers the nuggets were up by fourteen in the third quarter in lead one oh two one hundred with three ten to go before they ran out of gas they have still won ten of their last twelve and they took the season series from the warriors three games to one Bruce Morton Denver

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Thompson surprised by Ferrell, lifts Warriors over Clippers

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00:28 sec | 2 months ago

Thompson surprised by Ferrell, lifts Warriors over Clippers

"The warriors ended their season long five game losing streak as they bought the clippers won twelve to ninety seven Ricky Johnson commingle at all scores with twenty one points Stephan curry added fifteen points with five rebounds and five assists the clippers were without Paul George and quiet manner due to injuries Nicholas but toon scored seventeen for Los Angeles markets more senior and move canard both with eleven points LA rallied to cut the deficit to eleven points but shot only thirty six percent from the field Ryan Lee Aung San Francisco

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James scores 56 points, Lakers beat Warriors to end skid

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00:37 sec | 2 months ago

James scores 56 points, Lakers beat Warriors to end skid

"Lebron James lit it up for a fifty six points in the Lakers won twenty four to one sixteen win over the warriors it is James highest point total as a Laker and matches the highest scoring game in the NBA this season so pretty good my game tonight no every every point every part of floor and and we're still there Michael place that was not Russell Westbrook added twenty points and Carmelo Anthony had fourteen LA ends a four game losing skid Stephan curry led Golden State with thirty points the warriors have dropped four straight and six out of seven mark Myers Los Angeles

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Doncic leads big comeback, Mavericks stun Warriors 107-101

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00:31 sec | 2 months ago

Doncic leads big comeback, Mavericks stun Warriors 107-101

"The Mavericks one of their biggest wins of the season after trailing by twenty one points in the third quarter to beat the warriors one oh seven one oh one the game turned in the fourth quarter when Dallas outscored Golden State thirty three to thirteen look at dodges with game highs of thirty four points and eleven rebounds Spencer Dinwiddie added twenty four points off the bench for the warrior Stephan curry with a team high twenty seven points but only three of ten on three point attempts Golden State has lost three of its last four games Ryan Lee Aung San Francisco

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Thompson has season-high 33, Warriors edge Lakers 117-115

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00:30 sec | 3 months ago

Thompson has season-high 33, Warriors edge Lakers 117-115

"Klay Thompson scored sixteen of his thirty three points in the fourth quarter and the warriors nipped the Lakers in a thriller one seventeen to one fifteen it's Thompson's highest scoring game in more than three years Stephan curry made only one of eight beyond the arc but finished with twenty four points Andrew Wiggins had nineteen lebron James scored twenty six with fifteen rebounds but missed two key free throws in the final seconds and the Lakers dropped their sixth straight on the road I am mark Myers

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 Bogdanovic has 23 points as Jazz blow out Warriors 111-85

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00:30 sec | 3 months ago

Bogdanovic has 23 points as Jazz blow out Warriors 111-85

"Streak has ended with a blowout loss to the jazz one eleven eighty five boy am Bogdanovich dropped in twenty three points and Donovan Mitchell just missed a triple double Mitchell finished with fourteen points ten rebounds and eight assists in a bid for Utah's first triple double in fourteen years a sign right side had nine points seventeen rebounds and seven blocks is the jazz nearly held the warriors to their lowest shooting percentage this season Jordan Poole led Golden State with eighteen points and Stephan curry had just sixteen in the warriors most lopsided loss of the season I'm

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Stephen Curry, Warriors beat Kyrie Irving, Nets 110-106

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00:43 sec | 3 months ago

Stephen Curry, Warriors beat Kyrie Irving, Nets 110-106

"The the the the warriors warriors warriors warriors next next next next battle battle battle battle down down down down to to to to the the the the wire wire wire wire and and and and Golden Golden Golden Golden State State State State hung hung hung hung on on on on to to to to win win win win at at at at one one one one ten ten ten ten at at at at one one one one oh oh oh oh six six six six all all all all star star star star Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Wiggins Wiggins Wiggins Wiggins led led led led the the the the warriors warriors warriors warriors with with with with twenty twenty twenty twenty four four four four points points points points hi hi hi hi guys guys guys guys on on on on the the the the team team team team that that that that can can can can you you you know know know they they they can can can you you you know know know make make make it it it happen happen happen at at at select select select from from from my my my job job job is is is you you you know know know the the the guard guard guard their their their defendant defendant defendant you you you know know know okay okay okay good good good offense offense offense we we we couldn't couldn't couldn't put put put the the the ball ball ball in in in the the the bucket bucket bucket arms arms arms are are are so so so I I I did did did Stephan Stephan Stephan curry curry curry added added added nineteen nineteen nineteen points points points but but but made made made only only only five five five of of of eighteen eighteen eighteen shots shots shots include include include Thompson Thompson Thompson with with with sixteen sixteen sixteen despite despite despite the the the absence absence absence of of of James James James harden harden harden and and and Kevin Kevin Kevin Durant Durant Durant the the the nets nets nets were were were within within within a a a point point point with with with ten ten ten seconds seconds seconds left left left but but but the the the warriors warriors warriors iced iced iced the the the game game game with with with three three three thousand thousand thousand jobs jobs jobs in in in Los Los Los Kyra Kyra Kyra Irving Irving Irving with with with a a a game game game high high high thirty thirty thirty two two two points points points and and and Patty Patty Patty mills mills mills had had had twenty twenty twenty four four four Ryan Ryan Ryan Lee Lee Lee Aung Aung Aung San San San Francisco Francisco Francisco

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Curry, Thompson shoot Warriors past Wolves, 124-115

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00:44 sec | 4 months ago

Curry, Thompson shoot Warriors past Wolves, 124-115

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Curry and Warriors rout Mavericks 130-92

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00:42 sec | 4 months ago

Curry and Warriors rout Mavericks 130-92

"The the the the warriors warriors warriors warriors used used used used a a a a balanced balanced balanced balanced attack attack attack attack led led led led by by by by rookie rookie rookie rookie Jonathan Jonathan Jonathan Jonathan coming coming coming coming to to to to plot plot plot plot the the the the Mavericks Mavericks Mavericks Mavericks one one one one thirty thirty thirty thirty to to to to ninety ninety ninety ninety two two two two coming coming coming coming to to to to the the the the number number number number seven seven seven seven first first first first round round round round draft draft draft draft pick pick pick pick scored scored scored scored a a a a team team team team high high high high twenty twenty twenty twenty two two two two points points points points on on on on eight eight eight eight of of of of nine nine nine nine shooting shooting shooting shooting and and and and four four four four four four four four on on on on threes threes threes threes I've I've I've I've been been been been working working working working on on on on this this this this since since since since I I I I got got got got to to to to drive drive drive drive the the the the here here here here because because because because you you you you know know know know the the the the rodeo rodeo rodeo rodeo or or or or the the the the ball ball ball ball move move move move and and and and the the the the people people people people we we we we got got got got on on on on the the the the floor floor floor floor dell dell dell dell is is is is gonna gonna gonna gonna be be be be tribe tribe tribe tribe or or or or if if if if they they they they get get get get in in in in to to to to kick kick kick kick out out out out he he he he was was was was gonna gonna gonna gonna be be be be wide wide wide wide open open open open Stephan Stephan Stephan Stephan curry curry curry curry it it it it was was was was seven seven seven seven of of of of sixteen sixteen sixteen sixteen from from from from the the the the floor floor floor floor but but but but only only only only two two two two of of of of ten ten ten ten from from from from beyond beyond beyond beyond the the the the arc arc arc arc scoring scoring scoring scoring eighteen eighteen eighteen eighteen points points points points Mavericks Mavericks Mavericks Mavericks guard guard guard guard Tim Tim Tim Tim Hardaway Hardaway Hardaway Hardaway junior junior junior junior suffered suffered suffered suffered a a a a fractured fractured fractured fractured left left left left foot foot foot foot look look look look at at at at dodges dodges dodges dodges led led led led Dallas Dallas Dallas Dallas with with with with twenty twenty twenty twenty five five five five points points points points and and and and eight eight eight eight rebounds rebounds rebounds rebounds Riley Riley Riley Riley Aung Aung Aung Aung San San San San Francisco Francisco Francisco Francisco

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Jordan Poole scores 20 points, Warriors hold off Jazz 94-92

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00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Jordan Poole scores 20 points, Warriors hold off Jazz 94-92

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Undermanned Pacers stun Curry, Warriors 121-117 in overtime

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00:51 sec | 4 months ago

Undermanned Pacers stun Curry, Warriors 121-117 in overtime

"Despite despite despite despite missing missing missing missing their their their their top top top top six six six six players players players players the the the the shorthanded shorthanded shorthanded shorthanded Pacers Pacers Pacers Pacers got got got got a a a a three three three three pointer pointer pointer pointer from from from from Justin Justin Justin Justin holiday holiday holiday holiday to to to to force force force force overtime overtime overtime overtime and and and and they they they they come come come come back back back back down down down down five five five five points points points points in in in in the the the the O. O. O. O. T. T. T. T. to to to to beat beat beat beat the the the the warriors warriors warriors warriors one one one one twenty twenty twenty twenty one one one one one one one one seventeen seventeen seventeen seventeen holiday holiday holiday holiday scored scored scored scored sixteen sixteen sixteen sixteen points points points points as as as as the the the the Pacers Pacers Pacers Pacers have have have have beaten beaten beaten beaten the the the the warriors warriors warriors warriors and and and and Lakers Lakers Lakers Lakers on on on on consecutive consecutive consecutive consecutive nights nights nights nights Chris Chris Chris Chris Duarte Duarte Duarte Duarte led led led led Indiana Indiana Indiana Indiana with with with with twenty twenty twenty twenty seven seven seven seven points points points points on on on on ten ten ten ten of of of of sixteen sixteen sixteen sixteen shooting shooting shooting shooting for for for for their their their their space space space space a a a a great great great great great great great great day day day day they they they they got got got got two two two two of of of of the the the the best best best best player player player player you you you know know know the the the day day day you you you needed needed needed to to to have have have the the the best best best shooter shooter shooter that that that that that that you you you have have have a a a saying saying saying in in in this this this game game game so so so you you you know know know I I I think think think because because because are are are always always always coming coming coming out out out with with with the the the win win win you you you know know know it's it's it's it's it's it's a a a huge huge huge huge huge huge win win win for for for us us us the the the warriors warriors warriors are are are second second second in in in the the the Western Western Western Conference Conference Conference but but but they've they've they've lost lost lost six six six of of of their their their last last last nine nine nine games games games Stephan Stephan Stephan curry curry curry scored scored scored thirty thirty thirty nine nine nine points points points but but but Golden Golden Golden State State State was was was just just just nine nine nine of of of forty forty forty two two two from from from three three three point point point range range range Ryan Ryan Ryan Lee Lee Lee Aung Aung Aung San San San Francisco Francisco Francisco

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Splash Brothers Curry, Thompson lead Warriors past Pistons

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00:42 sec | 4 months ago

Splash Brothers Curry, Thompson lead Warriors past Pistons

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"stephan" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:50 min | 8 months ago

"stephan" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"We want people to give generously. Actually they're battling efforts by some local and state governments to close churches during the pandemic. Okay they're fighting for free speech. Let's listen to adf's senior counsel. Matt bowman let's hear that and these are churches that are following mask in cdc guidelines. That are just saying it is important for us as a congregation to come together and worship together. We've been able to get over. A dozen victories on behalf of churches getting laws struck down getting victory sunday. Churches are able to meet together once again. We are literally keeping the door open for the gospel in those circumstances. You you've got to care about this. I mean i'm just saying this. I don't want to tell you what. I wanna joining you to take this seriously. We are in a battle for the soul of america. Religious liberty is at the heart. I'm not just saying this the reason. Atf comes to us to raise. Funds is because they know that this audience cares about that. And now if you don't care about that. I'm just telling you folks you must you should. It's the right thing to do. The nation hangs in the balance. If we don't have religious liberty everything goes if they can silence the church. The nazis did it in the thirties in germany. That's what any big state government tries to do if you don't push back because you're free because you can in the courts in the court of public opinion you will lose and so we are losing allies. Offending female is fighting for us. They're our last hope. I mean i'm not kidding. They're going to supreme court their winning these cases. So if anybody gives us twenty five hundred dollars now look we want everybody to go to the website metaxas talk dot com and give us something please but if anybody gives twenty five hundred dollars will get you a copy of this asap..

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"stephan" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:34 min | 8 months ago

"stephan" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"So what else do we need to know about. This film send proved people can go to send proof dot com and they will go to prove dot com and share it on social media. Please folks we have to do our part. But what else have we not covered. I think it's a film skeptics. Love the ones that i've shown to. I had friends that have left the faith in. They're like i cried throughout the entire film And so. I think it's something that if you have a sceptical friend they will enjoy it. Because of how balanced both sides are being treated in it. And it's a call. It actually puts the burden on us as christians. I'm not saying atheists change anything about your life. I'm saying we. Christians need to present evidence. Let's do it. Let's step up to the plate. We're being asked for this. And if god's healing people there should be some what a wonderful attitude. I could use some of that i think no. I think we all have to be honest. Is that we do react to people on the other side of the equation and sometimes we were reacting to much. We ought to simply be saying you want evidence. There is evidence. And you've actually taken the trouble to find the evidence and to present the evidence What are you doing with yourself besides promoting this film. I guess maybe this is become a fulltime job it has. I'm doing that around the clock I i try to you know. Do some apologetic on the side. But other than that. This has just consumed my life right. I wanna get you copy of my book. Because i want you to be familiar with the start story in the camus story and of course you know the story of anthony flu anthony. Flu was one of the biggest atheist of the twentieth century. He came to faith. I thought it was through. One of the harbormasters In any event but he was not a friendship extension lowest atheist he was and but the evidence is overwhelming. I actually think that the more people look into it it becomes clear. But it's those people who really don't wanna look into it. They just they just buying the narrative of no god without really looking into it. They're scared to look into it because they may find information they don't like or they were presented with the sunday school version of faith and not adult version. And i think that something we as ministers can do better is. How do i present this to audiences with the questions they have. I went through church my entire life and never saw an archaeological artifacts that someone presented verifying the old testament. And so well when i get to seminary. There's all this stuff why why not coming up in. Oh man i love it. I love it. Did you know that they have discovered biblical sodom. Oh you see if you don't know that doesn't explain what we're talking about the information in this case it's overwhelming. Nobody knows anything. Well if even you don't know at night in here until recently how can we possibly expect the world out there to know that the old testament is historical right because we even. We're not hearing so we need to get this out there so i think people need to make films and you just did really congratulations. I'm excited they have done this now. Did you say it will be in theaters. People need to go to the website. Go to the website. We're talking about theatrical release and we're in talks about okay but send proof dot com is the website. Is there anything else that the website people find their. They'll find a place to share their miracles. They'll find just some stuff about cast and crew and how to buy digital. You're on dvd. Okay this is important. Ministers lay ministers. Gotta get this information out there and if you have a miracle now is your chance. Go to send proof dot com elijah stevens. I'm just tickled to death that you have pulled this off. Congratulations and i'm not gonna say good luck. We don't believe in luck we're rational. Thank you my friend cup. Bless you bless you be lens live live that baby right up off the ground span so long for a ready album. I wanna give away copies of atheism dead. you do. But i can't because it doesn't come out until october. Nineteenth and the publisher will shoot me. But they don't listen to this program. So i could do it. Here's what i'm going to do. I'm not supposed to this. I've only got only a handful of these copies right some holding one in my hand now. It's a gorgeous book. Prices twenty eight dollars. I think amazon has it for twenty five dollars. I think baker if you go to the link on my website eric. Metaxas dot com. I think they've got it for fourteen ninety seven. That's forty five percent off so we want people to pre-order it if you joined the launch team will send you an electric copy but but but if you want this book that i'm holding in my hand mailed to you sign to you if you give twenty five hundred dollars to eighty tax deductible now folks i know they're folks out there who can do this Easily enough this is an extraordinary organization. They're fighting for religious liberty. I don't see you get around knowing that without. Atf were dead folks. They are fighting at the supreme court. They're winning key cases of religious liberty at a time. Never before my friend. Hero chuck wholesome. We'll talk about religious liberty all the time and get thinking what's he talking about and as the years have passed. I have understood the threats to religious liberty whether it's vaccine mandates Whether it's telling you what you can and can't say on campus. Whether it's telling you that you must use somebody's crazy pronouns or else you'll lose your job on and on and on and on if you don't care about that stuff you're not paying attention. It's your duty to care about these things. So i want to tell you. Eighty f- fighting for you. You have to go to our website. Metaxas talk dot com. That's the radio website. You'll see the banner for atf. Metaxas talk dot com..

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"stephan" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:00 min | 8 months ago

"stephan" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Share it with people on your social media because we live in a world where the mainstream media or even the conservative media. They don't wanna know about this. They don't know about it they don't care about it. This is important stuff. It really doesn't get more important. Let me be honest then. Our miracles real is god real. Do we have proof. You alija stevens by the grace of god. I've made a film featuring a lot of people that i respect and you say there is evidence. I really think something's happening in the culture where the intellectual and spiritual are finding common ground. But it's thanks to folks like you thank you. I mean what what else what other intellectuals you mentioned aj air. You've heard something about him. And so i think it's a aj air but he had a near death experience. He's a logical positivist and he said you know i had this near death experience where experienced god and a lot of people especially in our modernistic age have very real spiritual experiences There's a journal. That's coming out on a near death experiences. I think gary habermas has looked at three hundred doubles so we and there's different types of near death experiences. There's ones where you report. I saw spiritual beings and then there's evidential ones where you go. I learned things about the natural world. Where i would not have known. Had my spirit not floated out. And you mean like i saw the doctor dropped forceps into my chest cavity and he didn't think anybody saw him do that but i know he did or i saw a pair of red shoes on the roof of the building and someone goes up and can verify that but you couldn't know that from being on the ground and no one has access that type of stuff or the back of the lights. Have this number serial number on it. So there's that kind of evidence. Yeah and now that. We're now gary habermas. Does he talk about this in the film or no no but he's written books on near death experiences and i. I think there's just a lot of stuff out there that if you're looking for it you can find it. That's the question are people looking for it or do they may not want to see it. It's an interesting and do they know where to look. Because there's a lot of wu out there and how do you find really. That's the problem. I have had guests on this show who i know. They're telling the truth but it sounds like right and you know that if you're not on board you're gonna think this person is nuts because they're not taking the trouble to speak to skeptics or two. They're not taking the trouble to think about the skeptics listening and they're only speaking to the To the choir so to speak..

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"stephan" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:49 min | 8 months ago

"stephan" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Okay. Fluctuating to be challenged. I'm going to challenge you. I don't know who you are. But i'm going to challenge you. I often talk my nor my bugbear is People who claim to be intellectual who have a philosophical bias against faith. It's wrong it's a philosophical bias. It is illogical but on the other side there are people in in the world of faith who have somehow in a knee jerk way adopted a bias against the things of the mind against the intellect. There are people christians. There almost nas ticks Who don't want to hear about reason they just wanna be kind of floating in the ether. as though faith and reason are opposed to each other. So tell us elijah stevens. You've made the film send prove. Why do you see that in the church. Anti-intellectualism i think that happened. During the great awakenings. It was not a part of the church until like people like finney came along and said look to reach the frontiers. We need to make this stuff. Simple emotional end. God use that but it stripped out the mind and so in the american wait wait wait so finney in the nineteenth century during the second great awakening right. He kind of emphasized. Let's keep it simple. Let's not go into the intellect because we're trying to reach the people on the frontier. I mean he actually made a strategic choice to do that. Yes and that kind of split. The church part where you have high intellectualism on one side and low focus on the power of spirit and then high focus on the power of the spirit and high emotionalism. And it's like there's this divide but that hasn't always been the case you go back right. After the apostles you see a group of apologised ride rise up there debunking. The gods in enroll writing letters to the emperor's. We still have those to this day. And so what what we need is to bring the intellectual and the supernatural back together so that we can talk about it intelligently. We don't make mistakes in mistake. Natural phenomena for supernatural ones and at the same time. We're able to articulate what god has done in a way that open minded people would be willing to accept. It's fascinating to me that people get these ideas about christianity or about anything but science. That are just bad ideas. They're wrong right and they run with it And it's almost like they've got these invisible enemies you have. There are people. I know who just they hate the intellectuals or the cultural elites to the point that they are just reacting against them rather than meeting them on the ground and showing them right where they're mistaken but we'll so. I came up with a theory when we were talking about. Materialists and if you say the only thing that exists is matter There is no such thing as anything. Transcendent any god then logically. I mean if you want to get serious then nothing matters. If there's only matter nothing matters in other words there's no love there's no good there's no evil but they never wanna go there. They act as though i can have those good things and have my scientific materialist naturalist view but logically. They can't right and this is where we see. The rise of existential ism from is win going. There's no god you go. We'll how do. I live my life in this world and what they're forced to is. Just you create your own values. And that's what we're seeing in western culture as we become post christian post truth is everyone is creating their own values and it's actually tearing down the structures and institutions that gave rise to the west and where we're losing our ability to pass onto the next generation truth white so explain. What is existential ism. Existential islam is. How do i live in light of reality. So there's christian existentialist like kicker guard who i have to live as being before god and then there's atheist one who go. There's no god. And i've just got to figure this out and they all end up talking about the greatest philosophical question is whether or not i commit suicide like it becomes really dark really fast. Most tension list. We think of as like the french. Existential yes khumbu sar tra-. Yeah now. now i'm going to blow your mind. I think i'm going to blow your mind. You ready for this life stevens. You ready ready ready. Ready in my new book is atheism dead. I show something that i know. Almost no one knows this. And i'm so excited. I could burst. Camus and sartre both french atheist existentialism. They're probably the most bold about looking into the abyss. There is no god. How can i live right. Both of them at the end of their lives came to faith in the god of scripture. Really you're shocked. Everybody should be shocked in my book. I give you the details. But i was shocked and what i thought to myself. How is it possible. I've never even heard of this right. Now camus died. I'm sorry shark died. Nineteen eighty or something like that and there was. There were some people who wrote bitterly. They were angry. They felt betrayed. That sort had come to some kind of eight but nobody knows the story of camus. It was written by. There was a minister in paris. Who literally didn't write about this. Until he was ninety. Two years old so he wrote about this maybe twenty years ago and nobody heard of it you know it was like way past the death of of camus camus died at age forty seven car crash but i find this stuff so exciting that the two people who looked most rigorously into the horror of there is no god came out on the other side saying this is not possible there has to be something and they both concluded yes can move. Wanted to be baptized Sort i believe was accepted into the church On his deathbed but even before that he wrote about it we'll be back talking about interesting stuff. Sent proved dot com folks. Eric metaxas here. Joe biden.

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"stephan" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:38 min | 8 months ago

"stephan" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"I would believe that you had an armed growing machine and so that that obeying where our culture is. It's so ingrained in them that arm. Growing machines are more probable than god's existence right. But that's called illogical irrational and. That's what i'm saying. We have to call those people out on their lack of reason on their lack of proof. I mean it's it's preposterous the idea of materialism because i want my audience to understand this. There are people out there. Laboring under this idea. That science is the only thing that can show us anything running proof. Which is i'm just gonna say flat out ridiculous. It's totally ridiculous. We don't even operate that way in our own lives when you go into a court and you try to find the murderer. There may not be scientific dna evidence. Whatever but you may hear stories from different people. The people are credible. They have a track record. The people on the other side are liars way. And you make the case and you just say okay. There's no doubt that guy killed that person like you know it and how can you prove it. Well it's a court of law so you can't prove it like on a blackboard button. The fact of the matter is this is evidence that is not scientific evidence. This is people telling what they saw eye witnesses and so and so forth. So how have we bought into this preposterous scientistic. Not scientific scientists materialist worldview. When did that come into western culture. I think with darwin. And there's this thing where darwin comes along and a lotta the religious people you know be. Warfield is accepting darwinian evolution from a theistic perspective. But darwin doesn't like that and so he partners with huxley who comes along and says we won't god out of science. And so we've adopted. Something called methodological naturalism which is the idea that no matter what. if we're doing something scientifically it can never point to god. And that's in the dna of how we do scientific discourse today and it creates this lynn's where we can't see the fine tuning of the universe or we can't see that maybe there's a designer at the creation of life right and so we have to attack this philosophically in people play this game where they say. Well i just want scientific knowledge but it cuts you off from all forms of look. We have to be clear if you say the only way to know anything is via science right now. Science deals with the senses so the moment imagination enters the picture and you have plenty of scientists in the past. Said you know what i'm looking at these chemicals. I'm looking at these things. I'm going to posit thesis that this is what's going on. They are already going outside of technically science by trying to theorize what is happening. There is no way to even do science. According to these ridiculous rules scientistic scientists. These materialists are putting out there and these are the same people that say well that there can be miracles because by default. It's like a guy who says a baker and there can be no food outside of baking like it's a completely subjective statement right and we have to call him out on it. But that's why i'm i'm excited about this film. Yeah who how do you see this film getting out there. I mean you're doing this program but how what other ways people able to kinda bump into going into churches. we're going into theaters. People were showing in their small group. But this is the secret sauce of it is. It's a call to send in your proof. My vision is to see one hundred case studies published in the next ten years. Because i want to research this stuff and to start. Melting the evidence up because it's got to be done and it's got to be done at a level of rigor that you know. The world's intellectuals will notice this is awesome. I didn't know that been more exciting. So if somebody has what we would consider proof of miracle Or whatever or doctor willing to go on the record sure where would they submit that information just go to improve dot com and fill out a form and a lot of people don't have their medical records at their house. We help you get them. We have medical professionals that work through that entire process so we take the burden off of people so that we can get the information and we de identify them when we published. So you won't have people knocking on your doors but yeah let me see the hand that you grew in a flower pot. Come on so this. Is maybe the most exciting part of this whole film is that you are using this as a way to get people to send proof. It's just. the title is sent proof. Soundproof dot com. But you're actually using this to say okay folks. We know you're out there. Tell us your stories. We will do the research right. This is pretty cool. I really like this. And when we come back i wanna talk a little bit about craig keener. 'cause i used his books. Two volumes set of academic work on miracles. It's important folks. There is a lot of proof out there. If you care if you don't care we can't help you. We'll be right back. I'm talking to elijah stevens. The website is sin. Proof dot com. Please check it out as in. Please share with your friends. Send proof dot com. Hey folks. I've got to tell you a secret about relief. Factor that the father son owners. Pete and seth taliban have never made a big deal about but i think it is a big deal. I i really do. They sell the three week. Quick start pack for just nineteen ninety-five to anyone struggling from pain like neck shoulder back hip or knee. Pain nineteen ninety-five about a dollar a day. 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"stephan" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:30 min | 8 months ago

"stephan" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"But it's not because emigrate filmmakers. Because god put the right people around me too so let me get this straight you stink. The guy did something cool with you who think. Yeah exactly isn't that. Isn't that what it's all about no you. You're being really humble but honestly this is so important so people need to go to send proof dot com and check it out. How long is the film. That's about an hour and a half about an hour and a half perfect and people can start watching it like today today. Right now okay. When did it come out of the fourteenth so couple of days ago. Oh so this is fresh okay so when you were making the film. Did you think that you would make other films like this. Because i feel like there is such a hunger for this from from the point of view where you coming from to for people to to get that point of view to see you go through this. How many like. How many people do you talk to in the film about actual miracles. How many examples of miracles you give roughly four or five. Because you've got to take your time with them and build the story. How in like look at both sides and so it can only fit a few in and there's a lot of the philosophical and theological background that you have to deal with. That's why we're bringing in the craig keener and people like that. Because a lot of people think i can be a naturalist. Nba open-minded about miracles. And you can't naturalism precludes a god you've close when you say naturalism. I would say materialism ger. Maybe that word is better. Nfl lane what that is so people understand. Well if you say. I believe there's no god you can't be open to the idea of miracles. And i think that creates a blind or for people if you pre conclude god doesn't exist. You can't then go in go. I'm an open minded skeptic. you're just not and so you. It really takes a lot in our culture to show people the blinders they have on Against believing in miracles or even studying object. I only. I only know about this. Because i wrote a book called miracles about you. Read my book right on my book on miracles. I said i wanna show the panoply of miracles. We're talking about miracles with simply talking about any time. God intervenes. whether it's speaking to me. Which is a miracle if god speaks you folks that's called a miracle or healing somebody or whatever it is right and in writing that book and in my new book which is called. Is atheism dead. You start seeing that there are people who are what you just called naturalists or materialists who insist there is nothing in the universe outside of matter energy in other words they're not even allowing the possibility that there's a god and you're right when you say that will then you're already defining miracles out of existence right right and i think that's the huge problem for our culture is we. We set up criterion. We don't go. How could i know with a miracle happened. We focus on well. Where's the amputee. God needs to hill to prove it to me. And so when i talked to naturalist and i was actually talking to a guy said. Listen if i wind ten amputees up prayed for them. Their arms grew back. Would you believe in god. He said no..

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"stephan" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:37 min | 8 months ago

"stephan" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Yeah now have you ever personally witnessed a healing from your own hands or from so you have prayed for healing people and you've seen results. Yes and you're not a doctor. You're not known to be a faith. Healer no no not at all but I am a critical thinker. And i can think through the difference between placebo effect or whatever and what would become a real miracle and a lot of times. Miracles don't have evidence. God gives you a dream. There's no evidence afterwards other and it changes your life. But i wanted to go toward the harder cases. That seem substantial enough that if you're open minded. I think you would right so in your mind. This documentary proves that miracles happen. I yes yup. Well the standard of proof. You know it's interesting. People talk like proof is also is always scientific in the court of law. You don't go by science. You go by testimony credibility. If somebody says something you'd have to say either. They're lying whether inventing it or they're hallucinating. So it's a different standard of proof and when people talk about scientific proof that usually they're the ones blowing smoke we'll be right back. The film is sent proof. Go to send dot com. Hey folks do you wish you remembered names better thought more clearly..

"stephan" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:17 min | 8 months ago

"stephan" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Send proof dot com now. If you don't use the internet you're gonna problems. Send proof dot com. Alright so can people watch it there. That tells them where to find. They can watch it there now. They can watch it there now. What is free. Well you got to pay for it. But i assume you've got to pay for it. So they can. They can go there and pay. Yeah all right. So give us an overview. Who's in the film. What what are you. Cover are their names. Are the people in the film that we might know. Well i interview healing ministers like bill johnson. Randy clark heidi baker. Oh right that. That's a good reason to see right there. Bill johnson randy. Clark heidi baker. So they're in it because they experience all the time Okay keep going chalons in it. Another friend wonderful brought in craig keener on the theological side. We win crag jp moreland gary habermas. So i went after the apologised skeptics. Like john loftus michael shurmur michael ruse james randi. What is some of the skeptics say. I'm that show me the evidence that is there one cry. I wanted to paint them as honorable as possible. I think. Sometimes we take potshots at them. And i wanted to just show their side. Hey i think. This is confirmation bias. I think these are going to fall apart. And then we had a organization called the global medical research institute. They took all the miracles. They researched them and push for publication in peer reviewed medical journals. And the gunman. So it's a big deal. This is the kind of thing i mean. I guess it's always annoying to me. That people say. I wanna see this kind of proof for that kind of proof and i think it's almost there is a hostility toward the idea that this could be real so they force you to go down this pathway in some ways. That's wonderful because that does make things simpler for people but did you have any doctors express astonishment at at some of these results. Well yeah Every case that comes through where the doctor sees what happens. They are astonished but they're highly hesitant to go on film. Because gosh you could get sued. You could like there's all types of what will your peers think and so. We just had to validate the stuff with what we had in pulled back on their records like we could not pull the doctors that like treated the patient into the film. I just wanna say though. This is what this folks if you wanna know why. There's not more proof. It's because of let me think of a word cowardice. I'm amazed at how people now look many people. Everybody's responsible to be courageous. You don't have to be a christian but especially if you're some kind of a christian. I kinda say folks step up and why don't you let people worry about what you think instead of worrying about what they think. I mean the idea that somebody is so hostile to faith or the people of faith. That's most of the people in america have faith in god they believe in miracles. They don't know the details but the point is that when doctors or other people professionals. They're so worried about what what their colleagues are going to think. The reason those colleagues think that way is because people like you don't push back. Isn't that it because folks like you are quiet so in any event i am thrilled. I can't tell you how thrilled. Am that you made the film. So people can go to send proof dot com. They can find out All the details. Can you give any examples of the kind of things you cover in here There people who've been blind for thirteen years that site back after our prayer. And it's not in like a conference setting. That's what i love. I tried to get miracles. That are outside of the hewing ministries. Because i think that puts it on the average joe so you hear the stories of the non popular person praying for someone and people getting killed. Because i want to get the body of christ back into praying for each other..

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"stephan" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:59 min | 8 months ago

"stephan" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Welcome to the eric metaxas. Show with your host eric. Taxes folks Everywhere i go. I hear about miracles. Some of them are baloney but most of them are true. They're people that i know and trust and they give you details but we live in a world where people act as though there's no such thing as a miracle or who i've never seen proof i've never That's sort of legitimate In any event. I've often said to friends of mine like ken fish or others. That you know you've got to document this because people they won't take your word for it. They people are very skeptical. Well there's good news. I don't know what it is but there's good news. No there is good news. I know what it is. I know what the good news is. And i know what these small g. Small and good news is today. There's a film out called send proof it's about the very thing i have been discussing with me. Filmmaker elijah stevens. That's you yes. Stevens now you come to us from reading california right. That's far away a long trip. That's where my friends of bill. And benny johnson live and he relation. No no relation or relation. You you made a film called cent proof about the very thing we're talking about so i wanna find out first of all. Tell my audience in thirty seconds. What what is this film. This is my journey to go. See if there's evidence for miracles especially healing miracles. What the doctor say what the philosophers say what the skeptics say. What mike shurmur say or james randi guy who call peter popoff with an ear piece. I try to all those. Those are super skeptics. Super scott who are pretending to be like harry houdini with the spiritualists and they ounces. They're trying to undo the now. Listen that's not a bad thing. Because i get annoyed would be putting it mildly. If there's any tomfoolery. And he phoniness whatever. Now i've not seen any but you know that there's some people out there but the to my mind. Almost all of the people who talk about this stuff are are are straight shooters because there are a tiny handful of frauds out there. Hollywood goes with the fraud narrative and you see all these films about fraudulent faith healing and stuff so it's a great thing that you decided to make a film like this how did you. How did you get the idea to do this. Is this your first film. This is my first film. So i i went to the ministry school at bethel and i was like god give me a strategy to reach the world and i felt in my heart. Make a film. And then my senior pastor of my former church left the faith said. There's no god no evidence for miracles. And i felt like i should start researching this stuff and film might be a a medium for showing it. Yeah and then one day. I got prophetic word. I was at my house and my friends texted me and said a prophet came to the church and called your name out. Get here now. So i drove to the church. You told me my name my birth date that i lived in chattanooga. He's like god's commission you go make the film it's going to touch. Lots of doctors lives and so i. Yeah that's that's my story. I'm crazy enough to believe this stuff. Because i know you're not making it up and i love this stuff so you can you share who the profit was on bowls. Sean bolts yup. So that confirm to you that you need to do this. And now you've done it. Where can people find the film again. It's called send proof sin proof proof if you'll go there dot com so simplisafe dot com. It's that simple. That's almost too easy. Alvin send proof dot com. How tough is that folks. You can't do that..

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"stephan" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

What Bitcoin Did

03:50 min | 9 months ago

"stephan" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

"One of the ones. I listen to when i want to learn about bitcoin. And you know what we do this every now and again steph and get together and we talk about libertarianism. Because he is a libertarian. And i'm a status and is a good way for us to go through some of the ideas. i always learn a bunch of stephan. Now like you say he's been on the show a few times before and they've always been remote interviews but we were both in dallas at the same time so we finally got a chance to sit down in person and about the role of the state. Now i get caught a status all the time and there are definitely some things i think we need the state for but i also think that the states pretty shit at a lot of things that does and i do agree with most libertarian viewpoints. But i've always struggled to see how we would have an operation society without a state. And i know there's plenty of good arguments against it but it's just how i feel now. Stephan is a pretty hardcore libertarian. And he is amazing breaking down concepts and he did a great job of running me through some of the questions. On how a libertarian society would operate now. Put some pretty tough questions to him. And they're all pretty down also. There was some areas. Where i didn't i don't think he gave me the my solid. He accepted that you know he talked about that. And also you know just a shallow stephan. i'm always picking and more like signal saying. Look i don't understand this. And he sends me articles reading super patient much better than some of the morals on twitter. He just shouted. You've you are slightly in support of the state now. I think early enjoy this one but as ever if you wanna reach out to me my email address is hello.

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"stephan" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

06:42 min | 1 year ago

"stephan" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"They should get access to music so in order to help them feel up. You help people feel better by giving them access to music. That's exactly what you do. And i claim. I maintain if people at the company who are what have understood that in those days they could still be around. It could be leading. International music provide brand. They could be the leading an apartment for music that could be the leading streaming service for music. Whatever if they only understood that they don't need a record play in order to provide music. So what i want to say about this. This is just an example and this is this is applicable any industry. Whatever always be careful about. What are your sacred cows what are your beliefs. And maybe not now is the proper situation to redefine who you are and what you do and if you do that on time you're always have a chance to be around because you're not stuck with the sacred cows completely provide us seeing into the future and completely block your view of the horizon. If you just take care of your sacred cows and time. That's an amazing list of things and it just six questions in times when when people are thinking okay we have to take a deep dive look in the organization. They think okay. We're going to be dealing with hundreds and hundreds of situations. It's like no. Here's your six questions. Course layer deep thought provoking questions. But they're still able to flush out some things and and really you know. Check some things out as you're talking about a organization that i'm familiar with came to mind and they leave leave had some radical changes over the recent couple of years but for over two decades prior to that there really wasn't any change. Nothing i just put it in cruise control and just existed and finally took a warning and Death of their founder For them to go. Ooh maybe we need to look at things a little bit differently. And they did and chorus. They're going about it methodically. But they're still going through in implementing some new initiatives and new ways of approaching things. Which in the long term. I think is going to help them. With their survival and create the opportunities for growth is again they were quite stagnant. they weren't growing. They weren't shrinking. They were just existing and they were able to get away with that quite frankly for for over two decades but It took the death of their founder to things up a little bit and thankfully for them and the clients that they serve There's there's a benefit from that. My impression is that very often. Two biggest challenge about change is not the technology. It's the people and i was involved in a project in the nineteen nineties with the torture. that's german railways. We only have one big railway provider in germany and our project was about providing ticket service via the internet in in the nineties. That was quite a rather new thing. So we were pioneers and the technology was very primitive compared to what we have today so it was. Technology was credit challenge but in an even bigger challenge was resistant inside. The company. deutsche bahn because rai high-ranking managers and even members of the board resisted this option. They say no. We don't really need this. Internet thing is never going to work out and also our passengers. They love it the way we're doing it. They love to arrive much earlier at the train station. If you want to if they want to go to the booth and stand in line for half an hour or an hour in order to get a ticket printed out and check the grim faced of train officials to to give them a ticket. People love it that way because that's the way they used to doing and now if you if you tell it to young people today who who never experienced that who are just who say. It's quite normal to buy your train. Take over the internet if you tell them they just don't believe that there were times where we had to stand in line for out for an hour to get. Your ticket is just so normal today to would the modern way but in those times we really had to fight heart in order to convince the people get the people on board for this new fence technology. It's amazing and you know. Were i'm guessing around the same age because i grew up in the seventies ad in the states and You know thinking back then to what we have today it's a completely different world and it forced radical change amongst every industry travel definitely is one of them Where we use our smartphones and a lot of people. Don't even have a printer at home to print anything. So why would i print anything. Everything's on my phone. I don't need to print anything. So it's amazing how we've transformed so much in such a short period of time so seven. I've loved our conversation today. Where can people find out more about this wonderful work. You're doing a sacred cows and everything else is. I have a website which is currently only in english so just the right language for your audience. It's coach defined meyer dot com and the alternative name for that is sacred cow expert in one word sacred cow in one word dot expert. Believe it on our expert. A top level domain. So you can. Also if you don't know how to write my name type and sacred code expert you will fight me. Also i have a twitter account with five pieces of advice about ready to change every day. So it's worth checking that out as well and you can always find me on lincoln all the other social media my name stephan. Meyer is one of the most of news names and the german language area but if you type in two different meyer saco you always have a good chance of finding me and i'll definitely have those in the show notes so people can find you a little bit easier Case they they're trying to look up on social media and all that so doctors they again for the work you're doing and also for your time today appreciate it. Thanks for having me. Thanks for listening to the leadership of the breakfast leadership network visit breakfast leadership dot com for tips on empowering your business and your life..

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"stephan" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"stephan" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Doug Stephan with Jennifer Horn and Clodagh Doyle is here with us from Ireland. She is the keeper of Irish folklore at the National Museum of Ireland, working on the Irish folk life collection that they have there and she'd been at it for a number of years. It's the museum's longest serving. She's the longest serving curator in the museum. So let's find out. You know, we think about Halloween and what we think about Irish Halloween traditions. Here. Get half Irish blood in you. It's too bad Victoria's ill today because she would like this quota. Welcome to American radio. How are you? I'm grace. Thank you. Good morning to both You and Jennifer. Thanks for having me. Happy to have you? Oh, great. And I'm 25 years working with the National Museum of not battled, although today is my birthday money six years old. That good I did. Yeah, just some young kid how important he is Halloween. In Ireland, You know, we think about it in terms of an American tradition, But Halloween is pretty much celebrated around the world. So what goes on in Ireland? What goes on in Ireland? Well, I think we and turns the marlin you keep into art and I know took but have it has? Yeah. Yeah, great. It's Yeah, it's just the traditions. That would be that we would have always celebrated Halloween because it is a Catholic festival, and it's coming down from 5000 years ago on we're very because Ireland is an island. We were the insular Can we leave? It survives longer? A lot of pagan traditions would have, um, and festivals would have come And before Christianity and now, I suppose, but we were always having bonfires. That's a tradition of Halloween. So that would be that would go back to a kind of a pagan way of celebrating the community and also because it's such a darkness. It's the end of Summer festival, and it's It's the half of the were facing into dark days to brighten up that and bring some lice into your life. With a you'd have a bonfire on that kind of looking to look into the sun for life for some light into the darkness rating. So yes, above very traditional on DH. It's very, very traditional kind of where my people really believed, and that The spirits of the dead weren't on the other world and the fairies that kind of believed in all those words, but they didn't really believe that they were totally separate and gone on. But when it came to the seasonal course, today's the night before a new season starts like winter starts on the first of November. It's always the evening before when people read the celebrations. On DH. That's when they believe you are much more in touch with the supernatural world, and that's where we have all these. Yes, that's why we brought the belief that it's It's a very liminal time. It's a time where you're in between times on DH, you know of Ottoman, You know Christ in winter, and that's when the supernatural world can be on our own world can collide. So people really believe that there's sometimes dad might come back. The dirty departed, one might come back and You know, come back to their own home place on sometimes would leave some food for them. So it's kind of a happy celebration of your own and family who have departed on then I suppose that kind of lends itself to people believe in that maybe if the spirits of people walking around It would be good for on and mischievous and the trick will be on on that would be they dress up and play in masks. Guns, you know, dress up as kind of a scary, scary ghost lady. So that's kind of where we have that masking tradition really, and where it's coming from. One of the things that is very, I think what you just said very interesting at the acknowledgement that the the tradition the Catholic traditions of Ireland and the religious holidays, not only in Ireland, but the Catholic. The Catholic holidays were pretty much all pagan holidays that were stolen by the religionists. And so we will get our enemy. Yeah, that was a good way for convert. Because, really, I suppose when Christianity comes, they realized people our celebration around November on DH, you know, because it's the dark half of the year in the winter. And they also understand, so that's why they make it a holy day on the first of November is Comes from the all saints, So it's a celebration of all things All Hallow's Eve. It's called All Hallow's Eve. Yeah, right. Kind of traditional. Yeah. What about pumpkins and and costumes and masks over there? They similar to what we have here in America. He had probably coming from the same countries made me bring them and yes, But years ago, we would have made her own top costume in Ireland this year. It's the tough guy. I have no idea. No idea because we're not. We're in covert times and there is no trick or treating at all. You know, I hear to another which we're not allowed on DH. So it's kind of cancelled. But, you know, I mean, when I grew up, it was just black bag it wear a black bag or you dress up a goal keeper makes most the time you were just after the witch and, you know Yes. So it was very simple back then Underwear the plastic month, but people made their own things and painting their faces on DH, So we have a lot of those traditions on DH. People still do dress up in disguise. But it's also about playing a trick on people years ago, it was the night for mischief and you'd go on, run away from somebody story. Knock on their door or run away. When they come out. There's no one there are you've thrown a cabin just adore themes with tricks and then cabbage. He understand you had to do the lot. The rotten cabbage. OK, so for those who are interested Irish folks who are interested Goto Hashtag, Ireland, home of Halloween. Hash tag Love Ireland or Ireland. Dotcom. Thank you. Clodagh. Clodagh Doyle here supposes the turn. It is the thing that went to America on your pumpkin back turnaround is fair play. All right, 21 after the hour here. America was made from hard work and pride in a job well done. Since.

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"stephan" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"stephan" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"By golly, it's 30 for half the hour. Good day to you from the TV program. Doug Stephan, Jennifer Horn, Victorian Keelin, Things are popping along for Amy. Tony Barrett, right? That seems to be moving in the direction that the Republicans predicted it would move to my right. Is that something? I I'm not paying a lot of attention to our cause. I find the situation during his L, however. Anyway. The The situation moves ahead. Everything is moving toward Election Day. How many people will be influenced? Do you think by the shenanigans with the confirmation? Robert and I say that I don't even know it wasn't it's not lovingly. I think it's just it's it's they're all shenanigans. It's all playing politics, and I'm not even sure they're playing to the base. I just think it's It's a power game power trip, which is what politics is all about. Let's face it. So if you wanna have the power to influence it to a certain extent, don't let anybody talk you out of saying things like, well, your own count. Yeah, it's it's that's not true. At all, and you need to feel like you have some kind of power. There's a word that's overused these days, and it's called the word is empowerment. But I think you have to feel like you have I say. And a lot of people just say what time's my vote make if everybody said that? What would Howard the system work? That makes me crazy? Because think about how many elections I mean even the 2016 presidential election. Was determined by thousands of votes. A lot of local elections determined by go to the person you shouldn't want it actually, does you the electric surge in college? So it's right. And I think I forget what state but it was only 70,000 votes, right? So, yeah, it matters It matters and one of the things I think that's even more prevalent right now. Is people being bullied? I don't know if you guys if this made national news or not, but in my home town or home area of Los Angeles, I don't live in Beverly Hills, but Beverly Hills is just announced. They're going to board up and shut down. On November 3rd and fourth because there are threats that if Trump wins, they're going to be huge riots in that area, And so they're actually getting people they have that. I don't know. I guess they have some intel because they're shutting down literally. The entire stretch of rodeo drive their boarding everything up. And they're putting it already. What you might call it a curfew in place. We you know, I like to know if I was a resident there and I am part of the year. I'd want to see some proof. What do you do What you talking about? What kind of craziness is this serious bowler. But see, That's the thing like I don't have that again. This is I don't know if this made national news but a friend of mine who lives in Colorado sent this to me over the weekend. There's a trailer park in Colorado. Did you guys hear about this that the owner of the trailer Park said. If Trump wins, then No one's rent will go up. But if Biden wins, he's doubling everyone's rent. Crazy. I mean, that's like that's one course away to say that you could say under buying policies..

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"stephan" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

11:54 min | 2 years ago

"stephan" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"The hour judge Stephan with general Warren returning a Q. and yes folks the Titanic is still so another travel news but we have other travel is a carrier we do move we do still fabulous I want to have some twenty twenty travel news not just you know nineteen twenty travel news we cover it all here in the T. twenty funny news on the DJB show all right so what is actually some really good news Americans are are really planning summer vacation already and R. V. sales and rentals are up on unprecedented levels so that there was an obviously an initial drop off in all things related to travel of any kind RV rental companies outdoorsy an RV share had it you just you know huge losses for the month of March which is to be expected people cancel their reservations things like that but now is not a new reports new data showing that since the end of April outdoorsy average daily bookings have increased four hundred and fifty percent which is I've next incredible for them right RV share has seen a six hundred and fifty percent rise in rental bookings since the end of April is wealth and they say the trends are these are at more than just rebounding that this is the highest rank recorded booking numbers in its history and so this is a people are planning they don't want to fly so they're renting everything from pop up campers to have traditional R. vis to all the way up to the super fancy tricked out adventure vehicles and they are planning on getting on the road this summer so it looks like it from the beginning of June that's when when all of these rentals may start yeah and so yeah there the all the RV company say their peak travel season is typically the month of June for instance you hot really probably makes sense and so lots of lots of road trips are going to be happening and a lot in the part of the reason is of people just don't feel safe or comfortable going to hold tell right now and so there's a new travel survey that came out that the Wall Street journal reported on and other people who were trapped who were surveyed they found that fewer than fifteen percent of travelers have their feeling that they feel safe taking a domestic flight and only seventeen percent said they felt safe going to a hotel or resort so this is this explains what the next best thing is it's an RV put the whole family in advance you can control your own environment yep make sure everything's clean to your standards not someone else's yep and I can remember if you have the added bonus of preparing your own meals so you're not reliant on restaurants for some reason my father got in his head we needed to do a cross country trip the week after I graduated from college so he ran and I was working so my sisters went along for the ride and I forget who else is along a couple of my cousins he he he went to us into this rented it A. R. V. even RB to go cross country any probably drove it into the desert in Arizona and the water pump blew out and they sat in the middle of the the Arizona desert for eight hours because they couldn't get anybody to come hook on to the RV and bring it to someplace together get your same day if you rented it for you why weren't you there were not there I had no interest in going whatsoever I did join them for an overnight and I had to sleep in the same boat with my father who used to snore horribly so I was in and out in a day who went out to say hi and I was he was I was with my sisters went for the ride and I think well one of my service on their merit at the time now my mother was dead no mother no she which which he wasn't traveling she was very sick at the time so anyway I just remember my father had his head shaved because you're so hot and there okay we're all going on this trip and we weren't much for trips anyway because and we didn't really ever spend much time together I didn't spend much time with my family as a kid growing up so this was like clearly out of the blue and the just he got in his head that he wanted to do that and you know within the first day you were going no not at all really not at all no well the other thing is it's kind of interesting about the trends for the RV rentals is normally the average trip is between four and six days this time this year these new bookings they're going from five to twelve days Laurie Kash so with regards to rent one of these that really nicely outfitted one no color of eyes and never done it I don't know I there's a part of me that is kinda wants to try it but then again I don't know yeah I'm not well they're much better now than those not as well days yeah well twelve days I think twelve days probably also related to the price of gas being so cheap so people might be planning to go farther on their vacations me either by the morning rush country the price of the futures are are going way up yeah a good love it yeah stock market a yesterday but it is just you know you and you wonder in this circumstance are you protecting yourself from being exposed to the covert virus in disposable depending where you go and you know but your family's history whoever's on the ride with you and then yeah maybe much safer and being able to get into pens and where you go frankly where you start to get food etcetera etcetera etcetera but most of those are these the better ones have the fridge raider and has a stove in it so you guys have a supermarket by our own food and cooking you have to go to a restaurant right people want to hear after quarantine they get to cook more meals all right well you're driving along at sixty miles an hour hello so the situation in Georgia is worth a moment or two of our time member the disease me the car and I are both completely but I think you're getting that way to Jennifer I guess you have I'm trying to get the microphone when I do that the the the business Arab people are noticing it or not maybe it's because we're more susceptible we're thinking more about our respiratory system but the staff with pollen and flam and the allergies this year we say this really myself saying the same thing last year it's worse this year than ever was before well this year it seems to be worse than it was last year I don't remember when I started it but I've been taking is our attack every day yeah same at least a year probably I've house chorus Seton you take their take every day or every night ning here but here I am I do my allergies are just that bad I mean filling and sneezing and coughing I'm losing my voice what does that do to your system knows that stuff after a while is not good for your body they say it's okay for you to take every day so good luck are you allergic cats maybe I'm I'm supposed to be mild allergic but I'm more allergic to dogs and cats really want to have a neighboring daisy over there I am allergic to daisy actually in fact it when you were brought when I got to meet her remember I told you guys and yes I'm gonna regret this the only I mean I'm not allergic to my dad's dog because she's got poodle hair so I'm there any dog loser much time did much better yeah the much better outcomes that sort of thing so let's go to Georgia as I suggested a moment or two ago the first state to initiate the process known as re opening all right so as we get it right the number yesterday was twenty some odd thousand Americans testing positive for covert and now George's re opened its hair salons gyms barber shops that to bother bowling alleys by the way most of the bowling alleys in my area have gone out of business because of this they were on fragile I love I used to love the kid going bowling hearing you either do you like to go bowling yeah I like it yeah well you're not this year but the year before I went for my birthday yeah how good were you a good idea surprisingly good yeah I like I like everyone thought I was gonna be the weakest link and I will I buy beat everyone yeah I I I said I was going to be the weakest link I I have a I have to be careful have a disk issue in my back so I was like I'm you know everyone's laughing about my form I look like a little kid but you know whatever works yep right back to Georgia twenty six days have passed since the state started to re open and the new wave of infections that were predicted has not I. underscore not materialized in fact according to the database published in this morning's Atlanta journal constitution George's rolling seven day average of new cases has fallen for three weeks in a row by three to four percentage points a day and the figures are not disputed the state very state of visible looking at them the feds are looking and they're trying to figure out okay so we're ending lockdowns in various states of Florida Texas masters a lot of locked out that's good for Georgia but in Tennessee they've seen a twenty five percent increase every day so why has had well I don't know I don't know either probably how they're handling it and I would say Lana the Atlanta mayor was like well it wasn't as bad as I thought so aftershocks member the governor got a lot of heat even from president trump who said maybe it's too soon but yeah the right plan and Florida is the same way Florida Georgia actually should be looked at by all the states because that they've actually seen a downturn in their opening even after they took so much heat from the mainstream news media trying to say that they were opening too soon they've actually done really really well so all right let's not all for you a couple of them I guess to see if there's something else that president trump said this week about the states the threaten halting of federal aid to Michigan and Nevada because of the way they're distributing votes in encouraging abode by mayor by a male the absentee ballots apparently they're fraught with fraud you know anything about that in the future well what about he doesn't own any democratic states or any any battleground states to use balance no he doesn't want any if he wants ballots but he doesn't want mail in ballots and he doesn't want Alex it's not just about the emails out to save either they're not and all kinds of fun like voting it's ridiculous to well I think if somebody I have no problem and the president said the same thing if you are a person who wants a mail in ballot you can request a mail in ballot and get it the problem is that some of these governors Michigan Nevada my governor in California is saying that they just want to send out a ballot to everybody on the voter rolls well the problem is the voter rolls cannot be trusted there are hundreds of thousands of people who are on these voter rolls who are dead who are no longer L. a register to vote who have moved who have not changed their address with the state it is so dangerous just bulk mail people ballots and then you're just leaving yourself open for voter fraud and look well maybe trump in the White House now next time around it won't be and do you want that you want to leave your candidates are the country vulnerable to this type of new pattern it's just it's until we clean up voter rolls this is not a safe way to protect our elections at three forty six past the hour in the DJB program this is.

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"stephan" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

11:13 min | 2 years ago

"stephan" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Program deck Stephan with Jennifer horn Victoria Keyvan carousel in nice that you've decided to spend some time with us and vice versa we have great personalities here if I do say so myself we have been born to with a gift the gift of gab in a manner of speaking I think we all are leaders in their strength in leadership that's why we are here I don't know is that sometimes people everybody wants this I was talking about this earlier we want to separate ourselves out we're black we're white we're we're rich were poor we're older young we're good were bad we right brain or left brain dumber people person and I don't like to talk to people as sort of Adam at Adam Lambert thing yeah I just it's the world is full of friendship in abundance and love and goodness and grace and it's effortless for some people to live that way other people find it hard it's just that what make the world what makes the world go round I guess is that we are all different and speaking to that that was interesting in Victoria in a follow up on this this school thing and how it plays into how many people will pay attention to this thing and is it Nevada writer you tell where you talk yeah Utah this is on it this actually what happened was this is a school a middle school it's called rich middle school in lake town Utah there if if this story actually started on Valentine's day and it's just kind of picking up more and more steam and more people are now talking about a lot of a lot of parents are trying it on this too because at this middle school they developed a policy that if someone asks you to dance you it's that you're not allowed to say now so every single person who asks another kid to dance everyone has to say yes and one little girl who is eleven years old her name is as Lynn Hobson this is really how they started her mom posted at her mother's post about this have gone viral she was excited to go to the Valentine's day dance and there's a boy in her class who has in the past has made her feel uncomfortable and she is told her mother that this boy makes her uncomfortable for whatever reason and that boy asked her to dance at this Valentine's dance she politely said no thank you and then one of the principals at the school over heard her say no and said nope you kids you have to go out and dance and he basically wouldn't give them the option and wouldn't give the girl the option to say no they had to go out and they had to dance and so obviously her mother was furious at this rightfully so and a lot of other parents are chiming in saying the maybe the intention was to not have any hurt feelings if a kid asks you to dance of most likely it's the boy asking the girl on the island and obviously girls as boys too but more than likely it's probably boys asking girls and it maybe they didn't want to have any hurt feelings everyone has to participate I get that but the message that this sends especially to the young girls that they have no say in when a boy asks them to dance is really a rightfully so I see completely why the mothers are getting so what does this better than expected yes every time they either want something this is a yeah so boys never learn how to deal with rejection and girls that basically them the message is you have no say over your own body you have no control over that your personal space it's it's just it's in such a horrible message to both sides I hope that all the national attention that this is getting now I really hope that the school changes that policy and that no other school has the same policy because it's just a really horrific message to ingrain in kids in middle school it's amazing what people don't think about and what people do think about yeah and it it's just it really is I mean the the way the world is today I thank you got to be conscious of almost everything anything little correctness gone awry I mean this is an over do it well ten people I wish in one direction they always overdue and this is one of those exist schools the public school system in this country is so broken and the it's it become values certification stuff and that's not what schools about school is not about it for me anyway schools about learning I need to not account I need to have a right I need to think not what to think but how to think and on instead we get well I mean maybe there's a lesson in how to think the Victoria that could be I suppose maybe in a sense I understand that you know it it did a lot of schools have things like if you want to bring in Valentine's cards everyone has to get them you know in the in the class I understand singling out kids in fact yeah if you sure I get that but like this is just way too far way too dark yeah speaking of way too far this is a very interesting thousand army recruits the just made history because they took the oath from an astronaut who's out in space one thousand recruits took their Leishman oath from one of the army's astronauts the US army recruiting command partnered with the space center Houston and they got to it was an Andrew colonel Andrew Morgan who is in this space out in the space station first mass nationwide in this for the ceremony was kind military astronauts have participated from the international space station in the past for reenlistment and promotion is that sort of thing but they had never sworn anybody in as so this is kind of cool there's a this is a fellow Morgan has said I made the decision when I was eighteen to raise my right hand just like you're about to do he said when he was broadcasting from the space station I'm still a soldier I'm serving in space on the ultimate high ground he's been in space since July twentieth of last year coming back on April seventeenth on the mission he's been part of seven different space walks expects to conduct about three hundred scientific experiments with his crew over the course of the next month or so so this is very cool it's good and it's good PR for the army at a time when they're having a hard time get recruits frankly they are these good quality recruits so can somebody help me with the corona you know this speaks to our intelligence courses I guess much anything else okay we have the corona virus hello if you drink corona beer well you get the corona virus I don't think so some people but currently some people said of Americans this is a poll that came out over the weekend thirty eight percent of Americans believe that there are some connection to click on a pier hi how in I worry for our candy sale and I do to kind of sale of the beer it was off eight percent last week because they people think I'm not going to drink that seven give me the corona virus good god a a all right now may not sound like a an elitist but it just seems to me is there any common sense anymore as anybody have any common sense meanwhile the far as the coronavirus is concerned in the toll it's taking do you know that seventeen thousand six hundred different products there are sold by companies like Procter and gamble things that you wouldn't even think like tied the main ingredients to tide come out of China do you believe that the car industry ninety percent of car manufacturers have some elements of their car made in China ninety two percent they cut the the businesses in China that are being affected by this the automobile business is off ninety two percent in China and air pollution people are noticing this and I think this is this really is damning there is so much cleaner over China and subsequently all the points east because there will be another air flows in the northern hemisphere goes from west to east and so you know we have been on the west coast of the United States certainly be impacted by the stuff that gets blown across the Pacific Ocean that's it but it starts in China but the air is much cleaner there as so maybe in a manner of speaking one of the impacts of this is be the people be healthier for a while and those who can shake up the coronavirus little bit of a break maybe yeah yeah yeah and I find that fascinating but but it is ninety five percent of the world's toys are made in China who knew that did you win we we all do a lot of I thought they were still a lot of MEA Japan but the you know the the the the amount of business that is slowing down there have been two hundred thousand of flights to and from and within China that have been canceled by airlines in the last fourteen days two hundred thousand the price of oil is dropping like a rock it's below fifty Bucks a barrel so you'll see that at the pump I noticed here in Florida yes as driving from the airport and it was to fourteen to fifteen the average price of gas to sixteen again Alan so they then I noticed it also gone down in and know that up north and California he can't stay in the state of Massachusetts is considering adding a five cent gas tax to fix it's the same thing as the feds want to offend other feds want to increase gas tanker yesterday yeah yeah instead but there's a thing called the highway trust fund that we all have been paying into for years another example like the Medicare trust fund and the airport trust fund they all been raided by Congress so there's no money in them so they have to in now start new taxes and what's to say that they're gonna take it once the money goes into these various accounts that they're gonna steal it and put it someplace else of course there of course they are who trusts there's a new one on our ballot on Tuesday where you have to help the kids because they're being exposed to asbestos that's what they are break I know it's not one of the things vocal don't sorry but one of the things I realize being affected by the corona virus has read a big article about it our wedding dresses a lot of getting their dresses and while it that is an issue because one of my friends is getting married in September and gave us a warning a few weeks ago that our bridesmaid dresses that we were looking at are made from a factory in China and then if we want to order them yeah the wedding's not until August but we would have to order it sometime now because it could take months to get here so we're not even doing that anymore because it's not worth the risk but yeah it's an in fact a lot of things you don't realize yeah that's right exactly forty five past the hour to today's the JV program with the Mayo Clinic radio health minute time jul St spring might be right around the corner March can still bring.

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"Here on the DJB program Doug Stephan during Victoria's job because the toria never voice so I will in my hand to the information that has been presented to me including the focus on sales cell phones during the impeachment proceedings the president's impeachment trial thank you to begin as has been the case we've been talking about this for seems like for years and years and years I anyway get started tomorrow don't expect to see any senators weeding from the proceedings because they will have to leave their phones at the door that's pretty good tablets laptops can't come along for the ride either this is the official decorum guideline for the impeachment no electronic devices allowed at all period end of story I have to be stored in the cloak room outside the proceedings proudly in a special new cabinet and that'll have those all those devices locked up that mean trump will be without his phone and the ability to tweet is well it's not clear yet about that most of the rules seem to be to apply specifically to senators including a rule he keeps them from talking to their neighbors during the trial as well this is going to be interesting these people at a never some microphone that in like so the to keep them quiet is going to be quite a job for Mitch McConnell Senate has a longstanding policy against photos from inside the chambers but it looks like the press we'll be getting not much access at all no matter what to senators they'll be restricted to a second floor press gallery without any electronic devices they'll be swept with a magnetometer every time they enter or exit not be allowed to walk with the senators in the building senator Murkowski of Alaska seems happy with the arrangement paying attention is is significant and important and I'm glad that we can put these devices down she said I'm glad to be sitting in our chairs and glad that we're going to be focused on what's in front of us at all times I think it's important is beautifully old fashioned and I think we ought to stick to it good for her have phone use get stricter in the house two after members started live streaming a gun control sitting back in twenty sixteen sender as is speaker as part of all right at the time proposed harsh penalties but nothing was ever made official so that's the story about cell phones and what's going to happen is the Peter drug gets going here is mo Jo lands delivering new smart contactless into this for your eyes get.

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"After the hour here on the JV program Doug Stephan now the couple of people who are very knowledgeable when it comes to the H. I. V. situation there's a new survey that has been covered a lot of him I guess misinformation and just lock lack of knowledge about HIV among millennials and those who belong to the generation Z. the HIV well let's talk about the results of the survey doctor very Penner's with this executive director of the prevention access camping and doctor Peter Scolari who is the director of clinical research at Merck research laboratories as I said world aids day is coming up the first of November next Monday and we want to get an overview of all of this so let's start with you doctors Clark tell us the situation as it exists the kind of research that's being done it to work on this because I think a lot of people I do think that the aids problem at least in America is over no thanks we really appreciate this opportunity to talk to you died and so America's very proud to have partnered with the prevention access campaign on a new initiative known as owning HIV young adults and the fight ahead and what were rolling out here today in coordination with world aids day is the results from a first of its kind survey that really took a look at the perceptions and beliefs about HIV amongst young adult certainly a group within the U. at that has a rising incidence of HIV infection at this point all right so let's talk to Murray Penner the prevention access campaign is what just what is this Mister Penner the prevention act that campaign is a organization that is focused on spreading that the information about undetectable equals and transmittable what that is is some of the new advancements in science where if you are living with HIV and you take her medications daily which are required to do it in order to be inherent and you can suppress your virus the virus in your body to such a low level that it can't be detected by most tasks and that's called undetectable and if you are undetectable you are an transmittable meaning you do not transmit the virus to your sexual partners and so it's a revolutionary advancement in science that really does help erase the stigma associated with HIV which is something in our survey that we're talking about today we found we found a lot of the young people in this survey still have a lot of stigma related to HIV in fact a quarter of the HIV negative millennials who responded to our survey indicated that they had avoided contact with somebody who is HIV positive and a third of the individuals in our survey actually said in the future they would avoid social interaction with someone who is living with HIV so lot of work to do yeah this sixteen hundred people between the ages of eighteen and thirty six there were participating in this so the level of basic bottom line here it looks like to me Mister Penner is that the level of HIV knowledge among these people is pretty low at the end of the factual the number the amount of factual information is pretty low AS out we found some real knowledge gap and it's important that we change that that's what this campaign is about we are about making sure that we're disseminating information about HIV so what is the what's what's the what do we go ahead you want to talk for a second I'm just gonna go ahead not sure I I just wanted to have you one of the other areas that we picked up within the survey here so in addition to serving those who are living with HIV in it it reviews you know some of the facts related to it here and there you know half of that sixteen hundred patients were HIV negative young adults and certainly there was great concern among that group with two thirds of them actually ranking HIV is among the sexually transmitted diseases they were most concerned about yeah that was really a disconnect and it sort of shows where we need to do increase levels of knowledge spreading but with two thirds of them having that as a greedy greatest concern actually less than half of them took steps that could prevent them from getting HIV routine things like wearing condoms actually taking perhaps at the medication something you can take every day actually to prevent yourself from getting HIV is this from people who are there when you say prep that's something I'm guessing Merck is responsible for developing is this something that anybody or everybody should take and that is worried about to sexually transmitted diseases are just for HIV yeah it's actually not a product that murder specifically involved in in fact our interest here in the survey really goes back to our thirty years of being involved in the academic but there are specific guidelines as to who should take crap and how do you find those where do we get more info on all of this stuff maybe they send us and our listeners to some a website where they get more info on this so you can go to owning HIV dot com for more information about our campaign others there's information there about about the survey results and we will continue to be releasing more information on the on the results of the survey yeah this is a this implies certainly is again December first is world aids day SO congratulations I guess are in order for the work being done here doctor Peter Sklar from American Mary Penner of from the prevention action campaign ten before the hour news talk.

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