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Shippers prepare for another pandemic crush of holiday gifts

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 d ago

Shippers prepare for another pandemic crush of holiday gifts

"The US postal service is gearing up for another holiday question says this year it's ready last year's holiday season was far from the most wonderful time of the year for the US postal service we weren't prepared for that this year we know what to expect Stephen Dharti spokesman for the U. S. B. F. says they're hiring forty thousand workers and have extra mail facilities and sorting machines now there is no time for us like Christmas the holidays it's it's our season we've we've done it now for two hundred forty five years we're ready for this year UBS fed ex also say they're hiring workers overall nearly three point four billion parcels are expected to criss cross the country this holiday season according to ship matrix I'm Julie Walker

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Musical theater legend Stephen Sondheim dies at 91

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 d ago

Musical theater legend Stephen Sondheim dies at 91

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting towering musical theater master Stephen Sondheim has died I comic songwriter Stephen Sondheim a giant in American musical theater has died attorney Rick Pappas told The New York Times Sondheim died Friday at his home in Roxbury Connecticut he was ninety one Sondheim who was taught by the legendary Oscar Hammerstein wrote the lyrics for nineteen fifties American stage classics West Side Story and gypsy early in his career six of Sondheim's musicals won Tony awards for best score he received the Pulitzer Prize for something in the park an academy award for the song sooner or later from the film Dick Tracy five Olivier awards and the presidential medal of honor hi

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Stephen Curry's Warriors get past Seth Curry's 76ers, 116-96

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 6 d ago

Stephen Curry's Warriors get past Seth Curry's 76ers, 116-96

"The warriors had a thirty nine point swing as they trailed the seventy Sixers by nineteen points in the first half but got it going after halftime and go on to win by twenty points one sixteen ninety six Stephan curry had game highs with twenty five points and ten assists with the switching got stops made in take tough shots especially second half internet in offense and unlock the game for so you know pretty impressive just energy known let that happen now after the first quarter curry made six of eleven three pointers Andrew Wiggins had nineteen for Golden State which has won five in a row Steph's younger brother Seth curry led Philly with twenty four points rhyming on San Francisco

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Musician Jon Batiste leads Grammy Award nominations with 11

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last week

Musician Jon Batiste leads Grammy Award nominations with 11

"A big surprise at the Grammy nominations a new vision who is most known for his work on late night television is the headline of this year's Grammy nominations John Baptiste who's my job is that of bandleader for the late show with Stephen Colbert right now his main gig is the man with the most Grammy nods going into next year's ceremony the Oscar winner came out with eleven nominations including album of the year for we are along with a record of the year for freedom we'll find out just how many of those knobs but peace will cash in on the ground as I handed out January thirty first of next year I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Jonah Goldberg and Stephen Hayes Resign From Fox News

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:30 min | Last week

Jonah Goldberg and Stephen Hayes Resign From Fox News

"Know there's a conservative crack up going on inside the beltway as Jonah Goldberg and Stephen Hayes have departed from Fox News. There's a story at the American spectator about addition by subtraction at Fox News with which I disagree. Molly Hemingway quotes from it approvingly. Molly is a good friend as his mark. Byron York works with both Jonah and Steven Jonah longtime friend of the show, Stephen a's used to be. He drops a nuclear bomb on my head a couple of years ago that I didn't see coming, but I don't know what that's all about. Byron York works with everybody and apparently amicably like I try to do as I quote tamale Lincoln's first inaugural. We are not enemies. We must not be enemies, but friends, Byron, what is going on? Well, good morning you. My official position in all of this is that I wish everyone well. Yeah, you and I pretty much adopt the same view on beltway, penda tree. Yeah, well, what can I say? You're a Fox News contributor. Do you have a conflict? I don't want to put you in a bad spot. No, I am a Fox News contributor. I have been since 2006. And I've been happy to be Fox News. So I think that that's my story right there. And by the way, I am an NBC News contributor though I've been exiled and they're about to breach my deal. I don't know why, but I've been exiled. So who knows what's going on inside of network executives trying to figure out their audiences? I think this all comes down to trying to find your audience and keep them happy. Well, I mean, there's always been this a lot of commentary about thoughts about having almost being like the old broadcast entertainment networks. In the sense that they had the news division and then they had entertainment programming. So people said, well, the prime time program on Fox is kind of like the entertainment programming and the special report and approximately Sunday in the whole daytime, really are all about the news division. I think that's unfair because a lot of news is made during prime time on Fox. But clearly it's opinion driven and clearly Steve and Jonah became increasingly uncomfortable with the prime time programming. So I am not sure what to say beyond

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The 'Moderate' Democrats We Need to Defeat Next Election

Mark Levin

01:39 min | Last week

The 'Moderate' Democrats We Need to Defeat Next Election

"Tom milanowski Democrat New Jersey Lauren Underwood Democrat Illinois Sidney axe need Democrat Iowa Abigail spanberger Democrat Virginia Conner lamb Democrat Pennsylvania Carolyn Bordeaux Democrat Georgia Ron kind Democrat Wisconsin Lizzie pennell Fletcher Democrat Texas Hele Stevens Democrat Michigan Tom O'Leary Democrat Arizona Sheri bustos Democrat Illinois Matt Cartwright Democrat Pennsylvania Jimmy Gomez Democrat California Susie Lee Democrat Nevada Susan wild Democrat Pennsylvania Kim schrier Democrat Washington state Elise a slot Nick Democrat Michigan Stephen horsford Democrat Nevada Chris Pappas Democrat New Hampshire Colin allred Democrat Texas Elaine lauria Democrat Virginia Mike Levin Democrat California Charlie Crist Democrat Florida Peter defazio Democrat Oregon Tim Ryan Democrat Ohio And as they say the Amnesty provisions in the filibuster proof reconciliation package which only needs majority support the

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Stephen Curry scores 40 points as Warriors beat Bulls 119-93

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 weeks ago

Stephen Curry scores 40 points as Warriors beat Bulls 119-93

"The warriors domination continues as they beat the bulls won nineteen ninety three improved to an NBA best eleven and one on the season Stephan curry with a game high forty points right away like that for a games like it's hard to stay locked in you know with the routine kind of monotony of every other day here where you doing the same thing so it is it was it was it was really impressive for me nine three pointers and past ray Allen on the all time was for threes including the playoffs Andrew Wiggins added fifteen points for Golden State which has won seven in a row the bulls were without a clue to rich who tested positive for coated Zach lavine's scored twenty three and the Martin Rosen added eighteen and the loss Riley on San Francisco

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Flyers rally in 3rd period to beat Hurricanes 2-1

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 weeks ago

Flyers rally in 3rd period to beat Hurricanes 2-1

"Joel Farabee and Zack McEwen scored in the third period to send the flyers past the hurricanes two to one we can always call was his first in ten games a season former hurricane Patrick brown assisted on the game winner Carter Hart turned back thirty nine shots and blanked Carolina after Stephen Lawrence B. to midway through the second I'm just trying to do my job and just stop oxen and have fun let's party and I think that if the boys are doing a great job of keeping the guys to the outside and limiting second chances Philly took fifteen shots in the final period after mustering just thirteen to forty minutes canes netminder Frederik Andersen made twenty six saves the hurricanes fell to ten into overall five and one at home the flyers are seven three into I'm the ferry

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House Jan. 6 panel subpoenas 10 former White House aides

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 3 weeks ago

House Jan. 6 panel subpoenas 10 former White House aides

"House investigators have issued ten more subpoenas closer to Donald trump's inner circle as they investigate the deadly January sixth capital insurrection another batch of subpoenas has gone out seeking documents and testimony from key insiders like trump's press secretary Kaylee mac Anne and his senior policy adviser Stephen Miller the panel alleges Miller helped spread false information about alleged voter fraud and that McEntee was with trump as he watched the insurrection unfold and spoke that morning at a rally lawmakers are working to find out more about what trump is doing and saying as his supporters violently stormed the U. S. capitol the panel's now issued more than thirty subpoenas and has interviewed over one hundred fifty witnesses Jackie Quinn Washington

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Is There Really a Climate Emergency?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:23 min | Last month

Is There Really a Climate Emergency?

"Doctor coon in professor coudin, science adviser kunin Stephen, welcome to the Dennis prager show. Thank you very much, Dennis. And it's just Steve. As you say, I'm kind of modest and unpretentious actually. I'm well aware of that was I write about being a provost of CalTech? I was for 9 years provost and altogether, I was 30 years of professor there. But of course the people who differ with you with me and so many others will say, oh, we don't follow the science. It's quite an attack to make on you. I agree. Particularly since everything I say in the video or have written in the book, is right out of the official UN or U.S. government reports. So I'd love to have a discussion with them about who's denying what science. Oh, God, would that be awesome? We would put up serious prayer you would put up serious money to have someone equally prominent to you on the other side. Who is the guy there is truly no, not Michael, man, I know. I know he's the guy at the Canadian university. That doesn't work. Yeah. He's in Pennsylvania. Okay, no, no, no. Forgive me, there is a guy who writes mcgibbon, mcgibbon, that's it. Are you familiar with mcgibbon? Yeah, mckibben. Yeah. He's not a scientist, really? Oh, good point. Less than man. So let me tell you, I was at MIT last week in a meeting open to the whole MIT community. It will try to share the stage with a prominent MIT faculty member who is an expert. And we had a discussion. It was very good for 20 minutes for 20 minutes and then we talked. He didn't challenge anything I said in the science. But the discussion focused on risk aversion and improbable but high impact events and so on. And that's not the science. It's how you interpret what you do about it. But, you know, anything I wrote was not challenged at all.

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Celtics' Enes Kanter Calls out Nike for Staying Silent on China

Mark Levin

01:57 min | Last month

Celtics' Enes Kanter Calls out Nike for Staying Silent on China

"Ennis Ennis Cantor NBA Boston Celtic centers you know This guy really is a breath of fresh air And I hope my buddy Stephen a Smith is giving him the compliments that he deserves Because I'm sure most of ESPN is not In the tank in the tank cut 14 this is again Ennis canter center for the Boston Celtics cut 14 go Your company says that you are making a positive impact in our communities And that is true Yes you are Here in the United States Nike stands with the Black Lives Matter Nike stands with stop aging paint Nike stands with the Latino community And Nike stands with the LGBTQ community And actually remains vocal about injustice here in America But when it comes to China like you remain silent you do not address post brutality in China You do not speak about discrimination against the LGBTQ community You do not say a word about oppression of minorities in China You are scared to speak up Who makes your shoes in China Do you even know There are so many forced labor factories in China For instance we will force labor A modern day slavery and it is happening right now in China Millions of uncles are currently detained sold and assigned to warm and forced labor camps Prisons and factories across the country They are under constant surveillance With long working hours and poor living conditions They are subject to political re-education They have no freedom of expression No freedom of religion And they are not even

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Andersen stops former team, streaking Hurricanes beat Leafs

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

Andersen stops former team, streaking Hurricanes beat Leafs

"The Carolina hurricanes use a dominant second period in route to a four one win over the Toronto Maple Leafs going five in to start the season Toronto took the lead in the first period on an awesome Matthews wraparound goal the two hundred goal of his career in the second Sebastian aho Stephen the rents and Nino Niederreiter all scored to put Carolina up three to one before Andrei Svechnikov would add an empty netter in the third Lorenzo book about the team being bought in it's very hard to win in this league and I'm very fortunate that that I've been you know put into our system puzzle piece into the alternate you know the the big puzzle of being a championship team a contender year in year out Frederick Anderson made twenty four saves in net for the hurricane to get his former team Dennis **** Raleigh North Carolina

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COVID-19 Has Many Hallmarks of Laboratory Modification

The Dan Bongino Show

02:09 min | Last month

COVID-19 Has Many Hallmarks of Laboratory Modification

"Understand we're talking to doctor Stephen I'll leave you in a couple of seconds I just got a couple more questions for you But regarding the laby hypothesis which now looks to be likely not just a hypothesis I was doing a lot of reading about this double CGG codon and this furin cleavage site and how these things although possible in nature certainly you know the absence of evidence so the evidence of absence doesn't mean the absolute absence of evidence doesn't mean the evidence of absence Could happen we haven't seen it yet This double CGG codon and this fear in cleavage site everything indicating that this was somehow man-made Can you comment on that and what is this fear in cleavage site do Why is it why does everybody keep writing about it Yeah So first let's just imagine because we're not together We can't draw pictures I'm a man So we've established that it has the three hallmarks of a lab acquired infection So then you go to the decision tree is it a natural virus that escaped or laboratory manipulated virus escaped The key to this virus having killed 5 million people and infected the entire planet is something called the fear and cleavage site That little ball that we know that's on top of the virus called the spike protein we're all familiar now with this little spiky thing sticking out of it It gets eclipsed by an enzyme by a scissors in your own cell that prepares the virus for entering the cell quickly And most viruses don't have this Most viruses well let me say another way in this book Most viruses clip their spike when they go into the cell So they have to do two things They have to attach to the cell get their spike clipped with an enzyme and then they can infect Because of this fear and cleavage site SARS CoV-2 breaths the cell after it's affected and comes out of the cell to go to new cells already cleaved So it's already done one of the two steps it needs Now it just needs to find a cell to bind to at this thing called the ACE2 And then it can immediately

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The Evidence for a God Is Piling up and It's Astonishing

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:40 min | Last month

The Evidence for a God Is Piling up and It's Astonishing

"Hey there folks I'm talking to doctor Hugh Rossi's with reasons to believe my new book is atheism dead in large part owes its existence to friends like heroes and John Lennox and James tour Stephen Meyer and many others. And I wrote it in part to introduce them to you, because the evidence that has been piling up in recent years and decades for a designer for a God is simply astonishing and we need to understand it is astonishing, you should look into it. You should familiarize yourself with it. It is just a wonderful time to be alive when all this stuff comes out. You mentioned that comets are 85% water and that they are replacing the water that naturally evaporates from earth, not much does, but what does is replaced by comets and you're saying it's roughly a one to one ratio? Roughly one to one and keep in mind where we get struck by a lot of miniature comets. So they don't do any damage to us. They come into the atmosphere. They break up and distribute the water quite evenly over the earth. And then we get the asteroids which deliver valuable metals to us. But you're typically taciturn about how amazing this is. I mean, the idea that we lose water, but whoops, it's replaced by these heavenly snowballs that come in at just about the rate we need them to. That just seems crazy. I mean, that's an amazing thing. I don't think I've ever really processed

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Lawyer: Items linked to Brian Laundrie found in Florida park

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last month

Lawyer: Items linked to Brian Laundrie found in Florida park

"There's word of developments in the search for Bryan laundry who was reported missing on September fourteenth he's a person of interest in the killing of his girlfriend Gabby potato laundry family attorney Stephen bird Lino told the AP that items believed to belong to Brian laundry were found in a Florida wilderness park as the search continues for clues in the slaying of Gabby potato news reports showed numerous law enforcement vehicles arriving at tents set up inside the woods laundries parents took part in the search with the FBI and police from north port Florida today it's been more than a month since laundry was reported missing brit Lino told the AP that after a brief search off the trail that brain frequented some articles belonging to him were found the Sarasota county medical examiner's office confirmed they've been summoned to the reserve it wouldn't comment further the Tampa F. B. I. says that an FBI evidence response team is processing the scene I'm Jennifer king

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San Francisco In-N-Out temporarily shuts down for violating vaccine mandate

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

San Francisco In-N-Out temporarily shuts down for violating vaccine mandate

"U. S. Supreme Court has declined to block a vaccine requirement imposed on main health care workers justice Stephen Bryer rejected the emergency appeal the court has previously rejected challenges a vaccine requirements for New York City teachers and Indiana university staff and students main will begin enforcing the mandate on October twenty ninth that requires hospital workers and nursing home workers to get vaccinated or risk losing their jobs a federal judge who rejected the first request to block the mandate said the record indicated that regular testing alone wasn't sufficient to stop the spread of the delta variant dozens of opted to quit the most healthcare workers have complied with the requirement the liberty counsel to file the lawsuit claims to be representing more than two thousand workers who don't want to be forced to be vaccinated Jennifer

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"stephen i" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

02:35 min | Last month

"stephen i" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"The song thunder road looking at the lyrics. Look at the imagery talking about everything that the story is telling the song is telling and at the end of it the question. He asked this class this. Mary get in the car so stephen. That is your question. Does mary get in the car at the thunder road before i answered the mary question also going to weigh in on the latest. Little bit of controversy on dresses. Do not wave they sway. They most definitely sway so in going on record with that. I hear that. Make an change in liner notes. They are and what i am. This is a perfect symptom of. I'm gonna get political just for a moment. Is you know this isn't there are a few people that this isn't just a good natured. I mean there are people that go it is a wave said you will never change from ways to its offer my cold dead hand. I'm like jon landau says it's ways i mean let it go okay here. Also you know to be fair. Bruce's diction is not exact. Oh now i mean especially early stuck just had a dancer decode. Let's discuss the lyrics to kiddies back. My god and you know but but no and i wanna hear your question i i. I love telling the story My wife. Linda had the same problem she like. I can't understand the damn thing he saying. And i said okay. I grant that. I said here's what i wanted to do. I said i want you to pretend. This is an instrumental. You know how peter and the wolf where the you know the different horns play different characters. I said i want you to just think of bruce's voice as another instrument. Don't try to hear the lyrics. Don't try to understand what he's saying. Listen to the emotion of the song and she came back and said. I still want to know the lyrics. Because i think he's got important things to say but shows but i will tell you i enjoy the music more if i don't understand the lyrics are don't have a lyric sheet in front of me. If i just do that i can ride the emotion of him singing. Well i and to to to back that up. I would offer this. They're a john a donahue.

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"stephen i" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:47 min | Last month

"stephen i" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"To Steven Meyer, you may know of him. You may have seen him in our Socrates in the city series, by the way, if you haven't go to Socrates in the city dot com, a couple of tremendous interviews with Stephen Meyer, one of them has gotten so many views. I can't even remember how many, but just tons of views. People seem to love that one in particular, sarkis and the city dot com. He has a book out now, new book, return of the God hypothesis. So Stephen, you believe, and I also believe that we're at a we can call it a tipping point a paradigm shifting inflection point in western culture where over the decades, the arguments for God have become so strong that with books like yours and others, there's a shift going on. Now, you're really, you're in a world where you talk to actual scientists, do you find that scientists are out there are quietly saying yes, this seems clear, the arguments in your book return of the God hypothesis are compelling. What do you, what do you hear out there in that world? Yeah, I do think there's a shift going on. I was very pleasantly surprised that some of the endorsements that came back from for the book from scientists to whom the publisher had sent it. And very prominent people and Nobel laureate, you mentioned professor Jim tour at rice university. It was one of the top organic chemists in the world and nano and nanotechnology specialist. We've had them. Scientists recently who's come to affiliate with our work at discovery Institutes with top paleontologists in the world who sometime between 2009 and 2016 had a big rethink of the materialistic Darwinian perspective that he had long held and embrace the theory of intelligent design and eventually publicly announced that he had become a theist and indeed even a Christian and be Gunther Beckley a great German paleontologist. Where is he in Germany? He was at the Stuttgart museum of natural history, the largest Natural History Museum of curator there. It was made somewhat unwelcome after he announced that he supported intelligent design. Well, does this get to the idea though that you still have it's just fascinating to me that there are people that say, no, no, no, you can't talk about that. I just find this fascinating because look, we saw this in Galileo's day, right? Galileo says, hey, I've got some evidence here. He was a Christian. Anybody who wants to talk about that in my book, he was a profound Christian. And he says, look, look at the telescope here, the evidence, and they said then, no, no, no, we can't talk about that. That's unseemly, that's preposterous. It's offensive, it's blasphemous. The same thing is happening today. A guy like gunter Beckley tremendous credentials, tremendous credibility in that world. The moment he seems to side with you or people who are theists, suddenly the German scientific world says we don't like you anymore. And also Wikipedia. He was a great paleontologist until he announced this, and then his page was erased. But, you know, I'm really undeterred by that because this thing is catching on worldwide. And it's a bit immodest but for people who wonder, go to my web page, look at the book endorsement. It's amazing the breadth of scientific the breadth of the scientific opinions that have been lodged in favor of this idea that science is pointing to God. And we're seeing this, we're seeing this perspective beginning to catch on. As I mentioned, though, there's a disparity between the public presentation of science based spokespersons for science such as Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris, Laurence Krause, Neil deGrasse Tyson. It's still the official line is still science and religion are at odds, materialism is the correct worldview. Therefore atheism is the most plausible way to think about the God question. But the evidence, the evidence is pointing in a very different direction. You're always more gracious than I am, which is not saying that much, but I want to say that I want to push back in the sense that I think sometimes we can be very polite and you say, well, the evidence, to my mind, it's open and shut. Another way I was astonished when I looked into some of the stuff we're talking about here and looked into what some of the new atheists had written. It's ridiculous. The only fair response is laughter, ridicule. In other words, at some point, you have to laugh because what they're saying even to give it to give it any credence or to say, well, there's a point. I don't know what point they have. In other words, I think we've gotten to a point where if you want to say, I'm an agnostic. I would say great. Of course, we've got different views and things. But when somebody actually says what Dawkins has said, that the only knowledge that we have in the universe can come from science, no one believes that. In other words, it's the most one of the most ridiculous statements ever made, but people act like, well, Dawkins said it. And I think to myself, if Dawkins said the moon is made of green cheese, I'm not obliged to say, well, he has a point. In other words, the evidence has gotten so overwhelming that I almost don't know how to respond when people insist on that stuff. I think they're sort of gaslighting us. They're just sort of playing games with argument. Well, one of the things that underscores that is the extent to which the atheist scientists are going to avoid these very compelling evidences and arguments. We're now getting people proposing space alien designers to account for the digital code and the DNA. We're getting the idea of a multiverse. All these other universes out there that are disconnected from ours that we can't detect are the explanation for the fine tuning. In the respect at the beginning of the universe, it's very elaborate mathematical formulas that are being developed to try to explain the universe from quote unquote, nothing physical, but you have this prior mathematical structure that isn't nothing. Hang on it. Hang on one second. This is very deep. We're gonna unpack this in the next segment with Stephen Meyer. The book is return of.

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The Paradigm Shift From Science to Religion

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:23 min | Last month

The Paradigm Shift From Science to Religion

"Stephen, you believe, and I also believe that we're at a we can call it a tipping point a paradigm shifting inflection point in western culture where over the decades, the arguments for God have become so strong that with books like yours and others, there's a shift going on. Now, you're really, you're in a world where you talk to actual scientists, do you find that scientists are out there are quietly saying yes, this seems clear, the arguments in your book return of the God hypothesis are compelling. What do you, what do you hear out there in that world? Yeah, I do think there's a shift going on. I was very pleasantly surprised that some of the endorsements that came back from for the book from scientists to whom the publisher had sent it. And very prominent people and Nobel laureate, you mentioned professor Jim tour at rice university. It was one of the top organic chemists in the world and nano and nanotechnology specialist. We've had them. Scientists recently who's come to affiliate with our work at discovery Institutes with top paleontologists in the world who sometime between 2009 and 2016 had a big rethink of the materialistic Darwinian perspective that he had long held and embrace the theory of intelligent design and eventually publicly announced that he had become a theist and indeed even a Christian and be Gunther Beckley a great German paleontologist. Where is he in Germany? He was at the Stuttgart museum of natural history, the largest Natural History Museum of curator there. It was made somewhat unwelcome after he announced that he supported intelligent design. Well, does this get to the idea though that you still have it's just fascinating to me that there are people that say, no, no, no, you can't talk about that. I just find this fascinating because look, we saw this in Galileo's day, right? Galileo says, hey, I've got some evidence here. He was a Christian. Anybody who wants to talk about that in my book, he was a profound Christian. And he says, look, look at the telescope here, the evidence, and they said then, no, no, no, we can't talk about that. That's unseemly, that's preposterous. It's offensive, it's blasphemous. The same thing is happening today. A guy like gunter Beckley tremendous credentials, tremendous credibility in that world. The moment he seems to side with you or people who are theists, suddenly the German scientific world says we don't like you anymore. And also Wikipedia. He was a great paleontologist until he announced this, and then his page was erased. But, you know, I'm really undeterred by that because this thing is catching on worldwide. And it's a bit immodest but for people who wonder, go to my web page, look at the book endorsement. It's amazing the breadth of scientific the breadth of the scientific opinions that have been lodged in favor of this idea that science is pointing

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Why It's Worth Exploring 'The Big Bang'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:34 min | Last month

Why It's Worth Exploring 'The Big Bang'

"It's kind of funny, Steve. And I think we've talked about this privately, but in my book as atheism dead roughly have the same three things. And this was before I knew that you were putting it in this way. And the third one I put it differently, I kind of, you know, it's more about James tour and abiogenesis, but it's the same concept. And it's funny, though, that we're both logical or try to be. And these are three just astonishing arguments for God. There's just no way around it. And it's funny, I mean, I guess I'm glad to hear that you use these three because they struck me viscerally as the three arguments that I wanted to talk about. The Big Bang in some ways is a curious choice because I think a lot of people think, well, that's old hat. I don't think it is, at least, that's why I revisit it and I talk about it a little bit in that chapter. But why do you say the big why is it worth dealing with the Big Bang, something that presumably we've known about for a long time? Well, science and philosophy do intersect. And scientific discoveries can raise larger philosophical or worldview questions. In every world you have to answer the question, what is the thing or the entity or the process from which everything else came? And the default way of thinking about that from the late 19th century was that the universe is eternal and self existent that matter and energy play the role in a materialistic worldview that God plays in the theistic worldview. In other words, it's the thing from which everything else comes. And it's always been here, and therefore doesn't need an explanation. But one Princeton physicist Robert Dickey put it an infinitely old universe would relieve us of the need of explaining the origin of matter at any finite time in the past. But if the universe is finite, which is what all the evidence now points to. Then that raises a big question that materialism can't answer, which is where did the matter and the energy come from in the first place? At that beginning point. And this troubled Einstein, this troubled Arthur eddington, this troubled Fred hoyle, the great astrophysicist and physicist at the early part of the 20th century who were confronted with this evidence, all recognized that it posed a huge challenge to scientific materialism or scientific atheism or scientific naturalism, whatever you want to call it, the idea that matter and energy or the primary reality, not

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"stephen i" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:40 min | Last month

"stephen i" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Before which there was again no matter to do the causing explain an event like that, you need to cause which transcends the domains of matter spacetime and energy. In addition in physics, when this was one of the things that was discussed at the conference, we've learned that the basic parameters of physics are so called finely tuned. They fall within very narrow tolerances against all odds and for no underlying physical reason to make life make the universal life conducive place. And so many physicists, including at that conference, we're saying that the fine tuning pointed to a fine tuner. Now, since that time, there's been the idea of the multiverse that's been proposed that there's a billion other universes out there. So many in fact that the improbable parameters that we find in our universe had to arise somewhere by chance, but the problem with the multiverse is that the so called universe generating mechanisms that have been proposed by the physicist, all themselves require prior fine tuning and just taking us right back to where we started. So, but to your other question, some of I think some of these ideas were fairly new in the 80s. The implications of The Big Bang Theory was just starting to percolate. The and the idea of intelligent design was just kind of getting off the ground. And one of the things that part of my story is that encountering these scientists raising questions about the scientific or the evolutionary explanations for the origin of life led me to investigate whether or not it was possible to develop a rigorous scientific case for intelligent design and work I ended up doing in my PhD in Cambridge, helped for me at least to answer that question and in 2009, I finally wrote a book on that called signature in the cell. And since then people have been asking me, well, you see evidence of intelligent design in life. Who do you think the designer is? And that's the reason I wrote the most recent book because I think I'm curious Norma kamali and we're going to be right back. I'm talking to Steven Meyer, the book is return of the God hypothesis, don't go away. There's too much code. Hey folks, you wish you remembered names better and thought more clearly, improve your memory with viva lower memory support. Viva Laura's founder prayed that God would show her the solution to memory loss when her mother had dementia. Divine encounters faith and her background as.

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"stephen i" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

01:39 min | 4 months ago

"stephen i" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

"Minute slowdown ahead. Due to a monkey gang war. You were still on the fastest route. That's one of the selections like you can pick you. Avoid ferries avoid toll roads. And now you can pick avoid monkey fights. They'll hurry doing our quiz. He had three right for sex more points. He now has eight and he's got the leave very good all right tom. You're up next. Fill in the blank on monday. President biden announced the us would end combat missions in blanked by the end of the year iraq. Right tuesday senators schumer. Warren and presley pushed the white house for blank. Loan relief Student loan right this week. Present invited announce at all federal employees were required to get blanked or face regular testing. Vaccinations right at a rally in phoenix. Donald trump praised the controversial election audit in blank. I'm guessing phoenix arizona. Yep this week to prisoners in sweden held a guard hostage and refuse to release them until they were given blank luda fisk a pizza party for them and their friends on tuesday federal prosecutors sold the one of a kind of wu. Tang album seized from pharma bro blank. Omarosa guy's name Skirts garelli scrammed martin skrela on thursday scarlett johansson filed suit against disney over the decision to release blank to streaming and simultaneously. Oh black black widow. Right this week a new study showed that cockatoos in australia or teaching each other to blank. No really to turn tricks not to tom. No open trash.

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"stephen i" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

03:07 min | 4 months ago

"stephen i" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

"And wbz chicago. This is wait wait. Don't tell me the npr news quiz. I'm bill curtis. we are playing this week with hari. Kondabolu tombo down and maeve higgins and here again is your host aban. Who gets the twisties. He sits in a swivel chair. Bitter seagull thank you bill. Just a minute. They'll ask where for ninety. Listen to limit. Challenge game if you'd like to give us a call at one. Triple eight wait wait. That's one eight eight eight nine two four eight nine two four right panel more questions for you from the week's news. Maeve aman who was named twenty seventeen so molly of the year by food and wine magazine is found a unique way to show his support for his own restaurant by doing what. Oh so ultimately he'll smell whatever you want for a price the that'd be generous but no that's not in fact he's not doing it anymore. He's been caught. Okay okay. he's been snatching people from the subway to come into his restaurant. I'll give you like if you're in his restaurant. You want his attention. You say our song are sewn. I get it i get us. So he's been setting fires people in his restaurant. Your close maeve not setting fires at his own restaurant setting fire to something else to make his own rather people's restaurant yes has been setting fire. Alexander is his name he's been smelly a at some of new york's finest restaurants apparently he's also been an arsonist at some of the finest restaurants and you thought it was the new york times critic who decided what would be the city's hottest place at least say that has set fire to the outdoor dining areas. These pandemic things at least three restaurants near his place in lower manhattan. No one was injured in any of the fires but even so prisoners prisoners in new york. State are looking forward to some outstanding toilet wine maeve. You've heard of therapy dogs but a hospital in france has done that one better. Their patients are visited in their rooms by a therapy. What and something unusual. It's never heard of of one of these certainly not inside the hospital. Oh mythical no not not not. A centaur griffin magin. You're like not feeling great and our comes clip-clopping in and i do think it's the doctor and then we'll actually oddly enough maeve. You're exactly half right. Horse horse me. Be worse hospice. No you're going to this. So meet callejas. therapy horse. heo he is a big horse. Full-size horsey clip clubs into your room and comforts people. When they're sick. It's all adorable and nice and moving until the horse visit some with a broken leg and he's like wait. They can fix that..

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"stephen i" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

02:47 min | 4 months ago

"stephen i" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

"Sports reporter commenting and the new name of the baseball team. What city oh is that the New name for the cleveland indians the guardians. That's exactly right. You got his both the new name. These team formerly known as the cleveland. Indians announced they have changed their name to the cleveland guardians throughout cleveland. You could hear the joyous cries of. I'm sorry what did you say. I thought you said guardians. No what is it really. The name is inspired by. This is all true. A series of art deco sculptures the hope memorial bridge in cleveland and the sculptures are called the guardians traffic. The team hired. Tom hanks himself to explain this in a video to clevelanders. Who then responded. Oh is that what those are called. I never knew that so more time. What's the new name really. The guardians guardians. It's only once that better than the cleveland foster parents. But now oh it's not like the guardian adler items. Am i right. Fellow divorced parents. Those that'll be. That'll be the minor league team. I mean why not. Just keep the cleveland indians and make me the mascot. Like i don't understand that one network or on salary or mindy kill really baseball fan. You would do that. You would do that. Oh you kidding me my ego with allow for that. Yeah you get you get back and it would be fabulous though. It could be a whole south. Asian indian theme during like between the seventh-inning stretch. They could have a race of the avatars around the stadium. It would definitely make up for the. The spelling bee defeat. I feel bill. Kristen doing our quiz to rid food. Boy she got them all right. Congratulations kristen synthetic right now. Panel it is time for you to answer some questions about this week's news. Hurry on aspiring young man in new york pate upgrade his tender account so he could changes location and make. It seem as if he were wear mars. No dates on mars. Well would that do. I'll give you. this guy. Apparently must be going for the gold medal in swiping tokyo japan. Close enough actually. In olympic village dropped his pin in the olympic village tokyo and started swiping right like crazy.

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"stephen i" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

05:27 min | 6 months ago

"stephen i" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

"Wow it's cool that we beat music. It's really to be a competition. It's really opened my eyes to how fast life can go by. Thank you steven like you. I am also a movie lover. But i find myself comparing my age to whoever is in the movie. I'm watching now. I do that too. I watch your movie accepted recently. And i literally said out loud. He's quoting himself. Wow i'm older than justin was when he was in the movie. That's my impression of stephen not knowing anything about how he talks It definitely made me think. I'll be thirty in august. Whoa like you. And i know that may seem like nothing to you but it's definitely going to be a milestone. My question to you is when you turn thirty. What were some of the things you think you'd accomplish or do and now that you're for forty. What were some of the things you wish you did. What a great question. And i'm not saying you still can't do whatever those things. Are you laughing my stomach. Yeah my digestive system has gotten a little worse. I'll tell you that stephen. Since i was thirty i didn't have those kind of ambitions i know as much as i thought about time. I didn't think about the future like that. Like i know. A lot of people do like oh by the time. I turned thirty. I'm going to do that. I didn't have some concrete. And i weigh in. Yeah yeah and far. Be it for me to tell you what your own goals were button. I would say that because you have such a and you used to have more of this A peter pan complex. I think you were always if anything afraid of making clothes plan right plan you know settling down and having a house and a mortgage in a you know i think that always yeah with something avoided well because there was a degree of and i'm sure it's a death fixation the as at the root of this but it was there was a degree of finality to it and to me life just seemed to open to close if that makes sense and i'm not saying that's the right way to look at things i don't think it is. I don't know. I don't think that's very healthy and certainly prevented them from doing certain things. But to that point i also thought i'm sure forty seems so distant that i'm sure if i thought about it that age at your age stephen i would have thought yes. I'm gonna family. Time in. forty is almost fifty now. Noko that unruly kids almost fifty the well the idea of being fifty dollars. The you were wild energy right around the corner few cat outta of here you know. Your birthday is Tomorrow by the way so happy early birthday. Oh thanks as realize that. I just realized what day it was. Yeah this is also the fee. I know this too because We we were raised in a household. That was very where my dad was very into. Saints the feast day of saints. And i know that. June i is the feast of saint justin. And i know that because That's why i'm named justin as born the next day. i was almost named cuthbert. Yup have we talked about this. we have. Yeah yeah. I was almost sebastian. Oh that's cool. It's a little pretentious. Maybe but it's a great pretentious to say the whole thing but Especially nelson now crab sebastian. Little mel.

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"stephen i" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

02:58 min | 6 months ago

"stephen i" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

"Is more specific. It's specific it's more like i looked young. That gave me a little boost. I started playing a lot of younger. You still look young. Yeah well. I look weird like old young but you know like and same with aaron but stephen. There's something about a guy like that. Who if you're not a brilliant actor. Philip seymour hoffman. Not but name. You know three more. John c reilly. Yeah right. I also like how he said. In order to play many different types of parts and not get typecast. I'm paraphrasing but he said something like you have to educate the casting directors that was such a subtle subtly confident way of may point putting himself in this position. However that's true you couldn't misinterpret that as like a bragging thing to say. But i think it's just confident understated confident. I yeah and i noticed that about all the great audience. I love watching audition. Good auditions like steve. Carell auditioned for anchorman. Or deniro reading for the first godfather which he amazingly didn't get theirs. Would they all have this thing in common. Which is that which is like they own. The room and i remember hearing stories about jim caviezel that he went into pro. Harbor the pearl harbor audition and jerry bruckheimer and michael bay would like to chit chat. Hey and they kind of like size people up and it takes you out of it. They ask you where you're from how long you've been out here. This just like chitchat and then go into the scene and the scene could be you know whatever it is jim caviezel would go in and they try to chit chat and he would ignore them and he would just say. Where do you want me right here. You really good. You know it was like that. And just like i'm in control balls for a guy who hadn't that's how he got. He got thin red line because he did that. Terrence malick. apparently where do you want. Yeah he would. Just i mean ninety nine point nine percent of people would think i need these people like me i know. Of course. that's the psychology. Of course that confidence that like stevens certainly not douche. I can't remember. I keep saying stephen. Well i noticed that for the first half of the interview you call them. Stephen and then as you became more familiar with museum steve hop really. Yeah steve steve. I'm trying to think what i see him. I go hey. I call them like buddy your baby step but yes. He has confidence without being. And that's that it comes up sometimes on the show like it's a rare combination of of that type of confidence that level confidence without arrogant. Right right. yeah that's rare. Love what he said about his dad. Then it's so cool. High now supportive. I know he was and just the perspective that someone like. That must have may be in the position he was in and to just be so grateful. That your son has found something they love and to and to not let your own hangups or your own uncertainties about something scare you You know.

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"stephen i" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

04:00 min | 6 months ago

"stephen i" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

"Cisco either i remember doing An industrial i was playing a roger ebert and and they gave his gad's dialogue which we had to put on teleprompters and and eating a huge of marine sandwich job. Yup just get a job as the weirdest one. Probably the weirdest investments plane roger e. You're playing him. The we hear very weird. Do you have to do him. Did you do approximates. But i love gives off but love to see that. I wonder if that's floating around. Have you done it. have you done any things. Industrial type of corporate stuff. That you see don name not that i recall. I remember auditioning for them. They were very strange having to show people how to do instructional videos. I remember auditioned for something like that. Playing a student who couldn't figure something out. There was a math learning. But even when i started out there was a. I was doing a lot of voiceovers that that it was the late nineties. Early two thousand so that that light up row. That guy was cool. And so i got a lot of that stuff but When you and of course you signed a show like seinfeld must've been. That was before newsradio. Was that right during why jerry had come over and done arts and he just said. Do you wanna come over and do this. Little bank manager thing with with us. Of course it's so good. It's the one where kramer doesn't he felt like. He wasn't given a proper agreed the bank and we yeah and you have to. Yeah you become the final say. Oh that was being a part of that. Because i it's my favorite show. And i i love it so much. Feel like i was it. Get people more people now mentioning that than almost anything sometime really especially when orcs. No absolutely and my friend. Brian ready was the high talker. Yes great that's right. I met him through. I remember that you introduced me to play with It's more from that one. Little thing it's crazy said yes. Yeah dan it's damned right. I remember meeting and being actually kind of taken aback that his voice was was quite deep. Yeah deep and seven. That's right and so then so you're doing and of course Newsradio a huge show. What how did did mike judge already know you before office space. I mean did he. Could you ever relationship with him. At a at a in any way known through my agents that i did southern style other stops And i can't remember whether it was voice over stuff and he'd seen you know crossfire. These other southern you know movies that i had done. But he didn't know that. I did southern stuff and and and called me in for that reason interesting So he was looking for specific se. I didn't know milton even had a southern texas. You know it's it's it's not. It's not georgia southern. It's you know it's it's something different and you tried out for dale. I which i didn't feel comfortable with As soon as we could find a character dumber than that. I was perfect and he but it was a character. He had already milton. He had done the shorts on. Snl i think Or they did did he wanted did he have a very specific way. You talked about..

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"stephen i" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

02:54 min | 6 months ago

"stephen i" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

"About a decade ago now. Wow time flies. I was doing the apple commercials with john. Hodgman who played the friend of the show. Very good friend. Friend of mine and the show. it was the get a mac campaign and one of our favorite things to do in between with a call. Setups sitting up the camera. Little industry term We used to love to entertain ourselves and one of the bits we would do. Was we do fake commercials for other things so like whatever you were holding or keating but his favourite product product. We would do most often because it was what he was drinking. Most of the time. It was like john's one requests that he would request this product to be hugely. Jaylo what did she request didn't doesn't she need like lilac all these demand thinking of mariah carey mariah carey I have a feeling that. That's confused icon. You confusion Shayla g from i think has a reputation for being that way but i think she's really like i met her briefly she seemed really down to earth. Sorry to load. I'm just because i'm a jaylo myself. So why don't spread that shit about what happened to the story. Oh sorry right. Let's get it could be a dream you. You're listening to short. Am your diet. Dr pepper eating host. Justin law sweetheart. Dude dude and with me is always. He's squinting right now. He's wondering if maybe we should re record that. no. I'm wondering why you hate diet dr pepper. The after you've tasted it. Yeah yeah. Of course jon drank it all the time. It was all the time. It was such a weird specific thing for him to lay off surprise. You don't like it. I'm surprised you'd like it so much. It's that weird diety on. See i disagree. It's been years since. I've had it. But i think what i do. Remember is that it was known to be a diet soda. That tasted like the reconversion. Well i remember loving grape remember schweppes grape. Ginger ale. skit sheriff's kreider. It was dry grape and strawberry right. No raspberries yeah it was and then. They had a cranberry one and he started going crazy. The grape was better than the rest of much was like still little dimetapp. My point is. I love that so much that soda that i think mom wants got the diet version and i even tolerated that just to get the grape taste. Why are we talking about diet. Dr pepper well. I don't know well is probably our most roundabout segue bear with me for a second. Dr pepper was a different brand. I don't think it was the name-brand version of this. I think that's incorrect..

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"stephen i" Discussed on Podcast Gumbo

Podcast Gumbo

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"stephen i" Discussed on Podcast Gumbo

"Hey there Stephen early here in I cannot wait to learn more about National Secondhand Wardrobe Day. . Personally I'm minimalist and I always love looking for ways to. . Save Money Save the environment and reduce stuff that I probably realized I don't need. . Yes Stephen I remember talking about sparking joy, , and decluttering the first time we met in a pub in Dorchester. . Since that time I've made a major move and I purged multiple bags of clothes. . It's quite evident since I wear the same six shirts. . I've always been known as a fashion not. . So there was no real downside in my purge. . Today August, , twenty fifth is National Secondhand Wardrobe Day. . Perhaps you can share some fashionable secondhand clothes you purchased whether you did it to save a little money or to be more sustainable both reasons are perfect. . Show them off using the Secondhand Wardrobe Day Hashtag. . For today's related recommendation. . I. . Recommend the Magic Thrift powers of big our net, , how to shop secondhand and why you should from the wardrobe. . Crisis podcast. . You will get tips and tricks from the thrift in Queen. . They talk about how things have changed over the last twenty years and how giving close multiple lives is more important than ever for environmental reasons. . Today's guest is Stephen Worley Steven host. . The life skills matter podcast. . I will say that Stephen is one of the more prolific podcasters I know he cranks out a weekly podcast without fail even while traveling all over the World Stephen Interviews Solo preneurs give tips on how to succeed and also provide inspiration while being self employed. . It's tough to pick one episode to recommend. . So I'm going to take the easy way out and recommend looking at his episode descriptions to find something that resonates with you. . For Third Recommendation Stephen Recommends Shoe stories from early America from the Ben Franklin's world podcast Stevens says and I quote. . The fast fashion trend is making us lose touch with ourselves because we no longer value. . The stories are closed share about us. . Buying well-made close and taking care of them express are deeper values opposed to chasing after endless micro fashion trends that chip away at our unique identities unquote. . For today's extra hot sauce I'm going to share a little story. . Stephen Previously Co hosted the unstoppable podcast with how I initially learned about him. . I was interviewed for the podcast, , but it was never posted as Stephen and his co host decided on a strategy change. . Stephen could've made history with my first podcast. . Appearance. . Probably a great choice by him. .

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"stephen i" Discussed on Lymphedema Podcast

Lymphedema Podcast

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"stephen i" Discussed on Lymphedema Podcast

"As diabetic shoe company more than anything else, and and because of the the need for the the incidence of of lifted demon. Our seems to be on the increase, and and really the lack of products that are out there. We've kind of really focusing more on the limited side of our business, because there is such a need and so I think any of your listeners. The have found all products to be helpful to to share that information with the therapist and. They weren't catalogs will produce literature. Through. There S. Because every little bit helps us and really helps us kind of developed new products as well because. Obviously. You know it takes a lot of money could bring produce that little chip? I'm speaking of product once. The patient gets them once. The maintenance like is there any special care or washing and that needs to occur the shoe actually designed as a as a machine washable shoe. we actually said a wash bag out with each pair of shoes and so You can put them in in the wash back. Put them in a in a washing machine. The thing that you must not do is pull them in the tumble dryer because. There's a long glue and shoes, and if you. Drive the glucose kind of breaks. Down things apart, so you've got to send them out and add rhyme. He's takes about twenty four hours for them to dry. and depending on you know on on the budget can afford to do it. Some people will have two pass issues, and so that you know if there is if there is an issue or those in need to to regularly wash the shoes. They'll go wash, compare, and where the of the pen and the next day they might alternate them. But the cups in a March and and and you know just simple stuff like that, not usually an issue because the shoes at the moment we only make my block. We all looking at bringing some other colors in later on in the year but when those colors in the other products that a lot of those you just take a dime cloth with. A like a soup kitchen like palmolive will all any kind of miles. Dish detergent. And shook clean them up. shouldn't be a problem. Ain't that's very easy. It's much easier than I thought it was. GonNa be You know it's. It's obviously it's important to some some. Patients, it's you know it's an issue and so yeah. Antidote Betty patients to you know it's a fairly fairly easy simple whiter to maintain them and keep them clean. wouldn't do it every day. We put them in the washing machine every day. You know once a week once every two weeks associate okay, awesome well Stephen I. Think that is all for our questions. I know that if any of the listeners need to get in touch with you, guys You've listed the email address. INFO appledore shoes correct. Yes, yeah, yeah, www dot for does dot com is is the is the website if you. You Click on the tapper swollen feet. You'll see section. The the is talks, Olympic team and the instructions that was Kinda. Review today over on the PODCAST. Will you poke cast listeners? We've actually created a special discount..

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"stephen i" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

10:06 min | 1 year ago

"stephen i" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"You I don't want special treatment Stephen I want equal treatment I will most certainly be able to hang out with you and I want to feel like they can go home if they encounter with but the truth is he has a better chance of getting home to my son it's not your fault but the system which has been here since sixteen nineteen until right now four hundred years of systemic oppression two hundred forty four years of American chattel slavery that literally dismantle black families over and over again and then after that the grandfather clause in the Jim crow era and even into the Civil Rights Act of sixty four and the voting rights act sixty five brown versus board of education in fifty four we look at all these things when they try to move the needle for separate but equal in quality but we have never seen equality because the truth is we're only three generations removed from humans only other humans in this nation right and we've got to talk about it and we can't talk about it politically we got to talk about it from the church because the church needs to reconcile the sins of silence in the sense of apathy this isn't the sin of indifference the fin of indifference you know the sin of indifference is for me to say well I'm not a racist D. C. L. innocent that sounds on the surface but it becomes an excuse for me to say that just because I haven't experienced it in that way it doesn't exist so right there it was pastor Steven for to get the and the bulk of those comments from John gray who's a black pastor in Greenville South Carolina and Stephen Furyk is the pastor a white pastor of elevation church John grace church as well the relentless church I heard that yesterday and and even now look I'm not smart enough to know what exactly the answers are but when I heard John great talking any touched on so many things in a way that to me was head on honest blunt appropriate and it was like you know what I I think there's a lot of truth in what he said do I have every answer sitting here of course not does anybody have every answer sitting here of course not gonna read a text that we just got wall that was playing from the three oh three do you read these tax yes that's my answer so let me read the whole text I do read these tax you say you care about the awful treatment of blacks by police but when someone tries to actually reform police behavior as the Obama administration did you vote for trump who eliminated those changes tell us why we should believe that you care then well I'm going to take this as not you meaning me I'm taking this to mean you generally speaking but I will address it as if it were me let me just say that there's so much factually incorrect if that were addressed directly to me and I'm not going to sit here and say that it was because I don't really know but it doesn't really matter the point of the text is a fair one and I will speak personally and I'll just be vulnerable for a minute to say that you know what I need to pay closer attention to this that doesn't that doesn't excuse anything that doesn't make things right it just makes me more honest if if I may say that so I'm encouraged because I think there's a lot more honesty in that respect going on honesty in that respect is not change it's a good step but it's not actual change so I think the texture brings up a point and and I do believe that while John gray has hit on something that from a spiritual side from a spiritual side there needs to be a discussion in the church at large I also think we need to do what we can politically and do what we can to better the situation I know that speaking generally I know this speaking big picture I don't have specifics I don't know what legislation should come next that's I think part of the discussion I'm not to put it off not to say okay we'll we'll we'll do that next year but I'm ME some point we've got to we've got to have a starting place and then move forward well there's to that point there's there's some activist in Atlanta called his name is killer Mike and Mandy Connell who's on after us in the afternoons posted a video of him speaking and his thoughts on the at the entire protests and riots and everything and he kind of said the same thing he said you know we're gonna change this through getting those people out of office if you don't like a D. A. who is constantly you know trying to finding ways to charge your friends to go to the go to the ballot office and get a D. A. in there that you like so there's there's the process so yes yes but it it's hard to see right now it absolutely is hard to see Stacey is in Denver joining us on Kayla hello Stacey Stacy with us I am yeah go ahead yeah we got to now go ahead about that I just have a quick question I appreciate you playing that clip from the pastor North Carolina and certainly I believe that we need to pray for everybody that's involved in this whole situation I understand the situation but I am curious why or not also talking about what blacks are currently doing to black and white status Chicago where you know I don't know how many number of blacks are killed by each other each and every day we don't seem to be talking about that very much either it's constantly what is happening to unfortunately the few that we get in the in the media as well and certainly that's the case number one let me preface by saying as a white person I mean I feel completely uncomfortable and I'm qualified to talk about that subject but let me just tackle it and I say that because I recognize that that's not my racial community okay and I think it's important to at least recognize that and I'm not I don't want to be presumptuous to say this is the way it is but but to me it really makes no difference because to me the issue in the black community as I'm seeing and learning which is an important phrase to put in and I'm taking this very seriously and very sincerely is pain and that is coming to light so whether that's manifested black on black black on white white on black I don't I mean to me it's almost as if what I need to focus on is I sort of ask myself and quite honestly pray about what do I do is is safe well the pain issue is the one that I need to stay focused on I'm not speaking for everybody else I'm just saying that's how I would I would probably address that I guess well that makes sense in the pain and certainly as you mentioned generations but there's been the V. I guess white community and I don't have a date anymore politically correct and not need to pay our continued to pay for the wrongdoing of our past generations as well that's another thing I don't I don't know I can't I don't either I I really don't Stacey thank you I appreciate that three oh three seven one three eighty five eighty five Larry's in Denver next to Larry all right thirty always very we the police there's here's Byron there what about I didn't care to them the way they act what should not all of them no not at all one but but but Larry but but here's the question if you say not all of them then why would you be scared I mean I mean there are there are right so many of a walk around with their pants down that's one I don't always want to get in trouble with the gun no one beyond their their that one back Larry I I I I yes there are there are criminals across racial boundaries and if you are particularly scared by one racial group that you think are more criminal I I did that to me would be examined that I guess and that I mean that would be the first way I I answer that please address the question why are you supporting this is the same text or why are you supporting a president who eliminated the very policies of the previous administration put in place to reform police behavior towards blacks how do you know who I support I guess that would be my question and I would also say to address your very question I need to learn more about that is that my shortcoming yes is that an excuse no but let's not go the route of I know your story because their tax you don't know my story L. B. not you don't know who I support and who I voted for or didn't vote for three oh three seven one three eighty five eighty five without full lines we have time on the other side we've got Rick George coming up at eleven thirty six I want to continue this conversation we're going to keep it constructive we're gonna keep it honest it'll be raw but we're gonna keep it appropriate that's the only ground rules I'm set in ten fifty six by grace millennial grant with you on login and Louis on KOAA news radio and the I heart radio app.

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"stephen i" Discussed on Coronavirus + Sports

Coronavirus + Sports

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"stephen i" Discussed on Coronavirus + Sports

"De May turn into long-term habits that we need to prepare for. Finally Stephen I ask this of many of my guests are Alas Q. Ha obviously as you mentioned. We don't know anything we leave it to the experts. But how do you feel for the future? Not even just twenty twenty but looking ahead. Are you optimistic. How do you envisage how this is going to turn them? I firmly believe that sort of good leaders and good companies are able to adjust and take advantage regardless of the circumstances. So I think you've got a strong management team. That is focused on the future and seeing things trying to see things before they happen. I think those companies those organizations those groups are going to be fine. I think there's some weakness in your business if there's weakness in the business model or in your leadership staff. It's at times like this appearance of stress that those weaknesses. Show up it's again. It's one of those things once you get into the chaos and the distress. It's it's too late to prepare. Your team is in place. You're going to sink or swim based on what's been happening so I think our team's doing a great job. I think showtime is a whole his been thinking about. How do we quote unquote take advantage of these opportunities? And I don't mean that in class way because no one sees this or no one should see what is essentially a real tragic development in modern history as a business opportunity. So I'm not saying anyone is looking to capitalize on it but You adjust there are opportunities. There are people who are home more than usual We know that we see that in the numbers. They're looking for content. We know sports fans. Are you anxious to get anything? They can If not for the NFL draft. Right now I think people would just be losing their minds and there's a downside to that you know the UFC pretty adamant that. They're going forward very aggressively with their schedule. That's something that they believe that they need to do for their business. And I think it's an exercise at. Everyone's gotTa go through for their own group president of sports and event programming for showtime networks Steven espionage. Stephen Thank you so much for joining us. Absolutely absolutely and thank you guys for Providing the service I mean there's You know fostering this discussion in in thinking about how might sports be different. How might sports television be different? How how are we gonNA come out of this and look at our our athletes differently? Or sporting events differently at media differently. I think it's It's a little bit scary but it's an exciting time to be able to. You know be this because it's usually in these times of distress or unexpected events. That sometimes the biggest innovations come out. Well said thank you very much. You're welcome thanks guys. Thanks for having. We'll return after the short messages sports and scandals. What more could you ask for every week on? Hall of Shame. A new podcast from crooked media folks sports host and Comic Rachel Bonita and Comedy Writer. Regina from bomb take each other through some of the biggest scandals in sports history to discover the humanity behind the headlines from the thrill of Dhaka's No hitter to the agony of Rosie Reece's marathon allies. They get to the bottom of what happened..

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"stephen i" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

15:36 min | 1 year ago

"stephen i" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"I don't see the correlation someone's home going. I fucking hate decks. Because he's having fun but I don't think anyone should say I hate Dax because he's having fun but I think they might think like. Oh good for you. You're having fun. I can't pay my rent. I can't do you know it. Just I think it can stir up like I totally agree with you but my question is. Is that my problem? Where that person's problem but it's a little bit town down to the world is a real thing. I'm but I'm recognizing that it's terrible for a lot of people. Isn't that the problem? I'm just trying to isolate what is the actual objectionable thing. 'cause I might agree but I just want. I want to hang on exactly what it is. It's just to me. It just feels insensitive. It's insensitive to what other people might be going through to be like I. I got you like you see a funeral procession. Aaron an IRA ON MOTORCYCLES. And we're having the time of our life and then we ride a whealy by the funeral procession in your like. Just don't just don't do that during the funeral procession. Yeah that's pretty good. I can I ask and we were screaming. It feels so good to be alive. I know part of me is like they don't want to everyone that's feeling good to be able to feel any pressures. Do not feel good. Yeah I agree and I was asked you to feel bad. There's a different actually. I do feel bad for the people who are fucked right now. No no I'm saying no one's asking you personally to have a bad time right you. Maybe don't just like run around talking. About how great of time. You're having all going through the exact same situation right now and it's affecting people in vastly different ways so it just it shines a light on how different income inequality all the things. Yeah and so. Yeah maybe just a little sensitive Okay we got to start their many so maple syrup heist you said in the two thousands. That's right over the course of several months between two thousand eleven and two thousand twelve. Nearly a hundred and twenty two thousand barrels were stolen in a suspected insider job from F. P. A. Q. Facilities in Quebec surplus stored in unmarked white metal barrels inspected only once a year. Thieves used trucks transport barrels. Who REMOTE SUGAR SHACK OR? They siphoned off. The Maple Syrup refill the barrels with water then return them to the facility as the operation progressed that they've started siphoning syrup directly off barrels in the reserve without refilling them. The stolen syrup was trucked to the South Vermont and East New Brunswick where it was trafficked. And many small batches to reduce suspicion. It was typically sold illegitimate syrup distributors. Who were unaware of its origin on us. Crazy is right. Yeah Pretty Cool. I like obviously I love. Ocean's eleven yes. I love high. Stu was the Seagram's Fortune. Built on prohibition era smuggling he and I are the worst for you so we're both just pop an hour ago. I know I'm GonNa read so the Versatile Bronfman and his brothers went into the mail order business shipping whiskey by rail when the government banned the mail order business but said it was legal to sell alcohol as medicine. The Bronfman's just slapped on new labels such as rock a bye. Cough cure and liver and kidney care with the passage of the bolstered act in nineteen nineteen making and drinking liquor became illegal in the United States. Opening up a lucrative new market for the Bronfman's rather than reduce alcohol. Consumption prohibition seem to stimulate it as more and more American succumb to the temptation of this newly forbidden fruit. The liquor kept flowing. Now controlled by gangsters. The gangster's were constantly looking for more alcohol. And the Bronfman's had it. Although the sale of liquor for use within Canada was prohibited. Canadian authorities did not ban its export to the United States. In fact the government almost encouraged it because of the tremendous tax. Revenue Generated Okay is non secretarial a word? No Oh bummer. Ask a lot of people say like I use nonplussed. In a way that offends people heeded. Yeah because the original definition Means basically the opposite of how I use it but so many people in America use the way I use it. It is a definition in yes so a lot of people will complain when I use it and then I I was nonplussed like I was not bothered by it but it actually originally means very bothered it also means not bothered and so I always screen shot the definition from webster and I respond with the screen show interest so in that way. I bet we could if we just use it enough eventually. They'll the. Yeah Oh yeah yeah. He said he said Geld. I don't actually remember why he said he said Geld and then he said I don't know whatever you guild. I don't know 'cause I don't remember. But gelding means castrating a male animal. Ooh Yeah I should get killed. Okay let me tell really funny. Joke that Martin Mull told me. Martin Balza phenomenal actor. He was on the ranch and then he Is An episode of blesses mess. He's also a painter. He's also the most amazing bait forever. He does these photo realistic paintings. That are a possible that they're not photos anyways. He told me this joke. There's a man at a used car lot and he's looking at a car up and down. He's kicking the tires. And then the the salesman comes out and he says you thinking about buying a car and the man Says No. I'm thinking about women but yeah I need to buy a car. So I'm here to get one and it gets so Sums up man. In general we're thinking about women like ninety percent of the day and so many times. I have thought with my friends. We've talked about like just the amount of brainpower that would be opened up if you dig your castrated. I mean it could be a G- here's where all kinds of things you would. It would fix the mentality. I have no idea. I don't really know how. Well here's what I do know about castration when you castrate a pit bull. It's far less likely to buy a child's face off and bowl. You can't have bowls around right. Somehow there'd testosterone goes way down without the balls because that's where it's being made would be made it is. I think it is being made in the. Yeah Yeah so. That's probably why. Yeah so you can't be around bowl with balls any of that they'll kill you shit but that was soon as you cast him. They're like they're not pleasant but they're not lethal in the dock in tiger king. You know there's a lot of humans interacting with big casts in tigers insane animals and for one. I mean they're just so gorgeous. These animals are impossible looking. It looked like a kid drew a picture of just a random beast and it came obese. Also there are so many people in this documentary around these tigers and Lions and tigers and I was wondering how many people would be comfortable being within five feet social distance six feet of a tiger. I would not know me either me neither. I am terrified of those things but I guess a lot of people would. They're selling these services as tourism. Yeah and like all these people show up they will exactly they want hold the cubs and I mean they are really cute the cubs. Yeah yeah they are again and I don't want to embarrass anyone who's gotten their picture taken with a tiger. Because you don't really know everything behind jude that but also it's really now that you know. It's pretty embarrassing that everyone's third pitcher tiger. I guess I don't know I have pictures. Mansa Faris Animals. I guess I like that. No but they're out in their their in their element. That's the difference is I mean I do think a lot of people are just like. Oh cute like these. Little baby tires are so cute. How fine let's do it? There's the durst oblivious. It's not really embarrassing. They're just not thinking it through as okay. So how did these tigers gay here? Shouldn't they be out in the wild? Are they being mistreated? What just occurred to me? This isn't a hypothetical question for me because the animal wrangler we hired for hit and run to bring a pit bull. He shows up with the pit bull. There's very standard practice on a movie. And then I don't know where he goes. Hey I got a baby tiger and my back of my car would you like to hold it and I didn't want to hold it in fact I didn't hold it but I felt inclined like the guy was so excited that my codependency was all. Go look at this thing. This is really important guy. And he handed it to Bradley and then he took a picture and then he sold that pitcher to Tableau and then after the movie wrapped I got a call from a federal investigator wanting to meet with me to talk about it. I'm like look man. I don't know anything about that guy. I didn't hire that guy. Movie hired them have no knowledge other than I met him in a parking lot and he ended up tiger and he wanted us to hold it. But I had no desire to hold that type law and I don't think had one either. He just gets shoved in his hands and snapped a pick. Oh no the worst. Outcome imaginable exotic. I wish it wasn't I would have held. It probably always okay. There's Manik you would have convinced me that it'd more like him if I held him a okay. So is there plastic bag ban in California? You said it got a field. I got lifted because I see them. In fact yesterday I got chicken from the grocery store and they put it in a plastic bag. The rest of the stuff was in paper bags but they put chicken in the well. Yes so in August. Two Thousand Fourteen. California became the first state to enact legislation imposing a state wide ban on single use plastic bags at large retail stores. Then in two thousand eighteen eighteen no sixteen in two thousand sixteen. That vote was backup on the ballot and it did get upheld so California. Voters upheld a state law prohibiting single use plastic grocery bags environmentalist declared victory business. Groups cried government overreach but still shopping bags made from plastic film remained commonplace in checkout lines across the state. That's because the law contains an exception pushed by lobbyists for grocers and some plastic companies that allows stores to sell thicker plastic bags for ten cents the new bags while classified as reusable closely resemble their single use predecessors and are often thrown away after one transaction still they satisfied the law because technically they can be used one hundred twenty five times without falling apart gumming since because this one was It was nice and thick. So they're just thicker loophole. You touched on Ambien men verses women you said it's two times powerful and women as it is men yes that is true times powerful. Yeah so you're right about that but something you were really wrong about so I really want. This is a big time fact. Check okay. Jane Goodall is a vegetarian. She's not a some times. I might eat meat if it's on. I won't order to restaurants or something. She wrote an article about this. I stopped eating meat some fifty years ago when I look at the pork chop on my plate and thought this represents fear pain death that did it and I became an instant vegetarian. She looks like a whole. It's a whole article about why you should become a vegetarian for all these reasons and more. I chose to became a vegetarian all those years ago. I continued to ask people to consider what this choice really means on. A moral and practical level for animals and the environment is the twist change our individual lives which will in turn have enormous benefits for all of humanity and all of the other living creatures. We share our home with she. Even has this whole like pledge. What's the plug? She's encouraging people to eat meat less. It's an I eat meat less. Pledge Okay so maybe that's her. That's where I got the. Oh maybe doing this. Per Jane Goodall. Maybe part of the pledges. Do it. When it's ceremonial. I think the pledge is like do what you can to reduce as much as possible to guess close vegetarianism as UK. But she herself is on Thanksgiving. Okay speaking of Thanksgiving Great Transit Ish. He's a ninety nine point. Two percent of Turkeys are bred for human consumption in the. Us are artificially inseminated. Yes everything I read is like all. Everyone's saying all okay so he gave the reasoning as we like specific parts of the Turkey breast and stuff like that so they have to get really big time circles it. Yeah but a lot of what people are also saying is natural. Mating puts the female risk of injury in commercial meat markets. The male Turkeys aren't I think there until yeah curl little aggressive right because this is artificial. Insemination is widely used to overcome low fertility and commercial turkeys which results from unsuccessful meeting as a consequence of large heavily muscled. Birds being unable to physically the mating process. Okay that makes Wow Okay is there a culture where people eat a little bit of dead loved ones The four or four A. F. O. R. E. PEOPLE CAN. I guess we're there from Papua New Guinea. Yes Oh yeah. How'd you because they're the famous? Can't they have some? Cannibalism historically a once isolated tribe in eastern Papa..

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"stephen i" Discussed on Electrum Radio

Electrum Radio

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"stephen i" Discussed on Electrum Radio

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"stephen i" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

10:38 min | 2 years ago

"stephen i" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"You getting two copies so you can give one to somebody that either you want to aggravate or somebody that you you need to really understand the real deal on what is happening god trump and the twenty twenty election make sure that you pick this book up Stephen welcome and thank you so much for being with us today thank you for the opportunity Stephen I tell us to take us through our quickly I've got I've got some questions we take it through the at the ball what what what's the underlying from my my book is different than all the other books like from because I look at the spiritual dimention in light of what's going on in the culture so the books in three sections to make it easy for the reader to try to understand the versus what date and everything is at stake in terms of our way of life our economy a lot of things I mean things that you and your listeners and yours already know that's number one I have a section called understanding Donald Trump you know everybody makes a match with ogre and says he doesn't have character and so forth but he does have character one of the biggest ones he keeps his word I mean all politicians seem to say one thing when they run it and forget it when they're in office he doesn't that is a character issue how you raise kids shows got great character but you know he has flaws in his background and I if you have a chapter on how god uses log leaders and the last section is called the spiritual dimension and for those you know you have to sort of understand spiritual things to note that this hate this victory all that we see in the media not again just to get a prompt against everybody who stands for conservative or Judeo Christian values that is really warfare and the Bible says that we wrestle not against flesh and blood this is not against particular people but is principalities and powers and I think that trump has stirred everything up a lot of this stuff has been going on for a long long time and did I tell the the reader that they have to pray you know it's Christian we believe that there is power in prayer and that we have to act because while I personally think that Donald Trump is going to win it is not a certainty and I have a whole chapter on why he might lose their eight reasons and one of them yes our people are complacent but the other is kind of what you were talking about earlier the corruption on the other side you know they may just tried to steal the election I live down in Florida in west palm you remember that it was a close race and they just mysteriously found a paper ballot in the trunk of a rental car isn't that strange you know because we have early boating down in Florida in Florida we have electronic machines but everybody has a paper ballot so they can go back and count to try to you know eliminate that fraud but there is fraud in a lot of the very close swing states Donald Trump only one by eighty thousand votes bread over a three state that is razor thin now you know if they put in somebody like Bernie Sanders or Elizabeth Warren I mean we're we're facing socialism in this country who would have thought I would have never thought and the and the sad thing is that they you know most Americans are not for socialism at all but there's a huge chunk of Americans who are in there makes me very very concerned and Donald Trump is not the answer to everything we all know that but it's going to come down to voting for Donald Trump or whoever the Democrats put up and none of those people are satisfactory as far as I'm I'm concerned I try to make this clear and your point you said earlier I actually have a section of kind of talking points to talk to your relatives who may not like Donald Trump or people work you know just some of the reasons why we have to put it back in office and we're getting very good feedback the book is released today they go to bars noble at Walmart they have huge numbers of books and I just really appreciate the kind words you said because I you know I'm a publisher I publish lots of books I like to sell books but I didn't do this just to sell books I did this because it's my way to get the word out try to explain things as a journalist as my background try to explain things try to make a point I felt a lot of times like I was a lawyer makes a case before a jury and everything's but noted lots of research and I hope that like your wife that they find it a good read well I sure did and I I got through it very very quickly and it is an amazing book there's so much good material and this this election is are pivotal to the United States of America like no other election I know I said that before the last election but this truly is I've never seen hatred for this man our for president even globally it is the globalist are hate him the environmentalist Hey don't are there so they have all these reasons to hate this man and I have never seen I don't know about you I think I might be a year or two a few years older than you by I've never seen in my lifetime any elected official that has gone after the evangelicals low and then didn't forget them once he got real elected this is a man that is kept every promise he has changed the Supreme Court more work to do on the Supreme Court he is protected our religious freedom he he understands thoroughly why he is in office does any who put him there not just even I'm not on that evangelical Christians I'm talking about god's you know we're we're gaining all of us already and he seems to understand that I think you're right and also he supported Israel I'm much more strongly than than any president probably going back to Harry Truman and also he moved the embassy you know that's been lost since the late nineties but every single president extended it every six months I kick the can down the road and he actually kept his promises that's very important to Bible believing evangelical Christians unfortunately there are a few evangelicals who are very very strong against trump is like they bought into the lives of the progressive left and it's concerning a couple of them have a there was a an article yesterday in USA today buy a college professor I never heard of I just talking about how by he is a nice Christians can't support in well I you know he's not perfect but neither are you or me and the whole of Christianity is a guy can use god can change lives in god can use people but these even jackals you know they tend to be left of center they they didn't vote for him last time they probably voted for Obama yet they're getting all display in the media the recently retired editor in chief of Christian anti today Margalit you actually a friend of mine I did a horrible left wait loved it and I'm very concerned one of the reasons I say that that truck might lose if enough evangelicals buy into that and they're just trying to peel off I'd like to know who's behind it because there's a whole lot of money there is that there's a Lincoln project that is just come out in the last few days with the whole random video vile making fun of people a little clip try to contact and I'm I'm fox and friends tomorrow they're wanting to talk about it and I'm just very concerned about the money that's going into this to try to change minds I don't think they're going to change minds I think you all Christians after exam I'm gonna make a connection I'm gonna make a prediction that a lot of black evangelicals who tend historically to vote democratic of course I think that he's going to win a lot of those over because they're beginning to see that he really does care he's doing things in the black community but also they're usually very strong on traditional marriage and against abortion and those are the two big issues and of course the Democrats are going further to the left all the time and it's very concerning and I think that actually the evangelical vote will go out and I don't see these are bands and so forth change any minds at all but I am concerned and also is giving me an opportunity because you know they want to talk to me about my book my book is really an answer to all of the things that bring up I don't specifically address them because I you know I don't know it was coming out and I have no reason to bash them individually but yeah I make the case or why what is what's going on in our nation and how the nation is almost like going over a cliff and Donald Trump is at least changing the direction even if it's just a little bit we know the Donald Trump all by himself can't change the way the country is going but at least he is doing the kinds of things that you said earlier things that Christians well I can once and really it it comes down to a matter of style some people are just turned off by his style you know maybe they don't like orange hair maybe they don't like his tweets I frankly find them very entertaining and then I sort of admire the courage you have to just you know when somebody slams them or says something fall all the major comes back at it I also think the show some restraint a lot of times I've I've actually noticed it with some of them to go Asians are going on and so forth he'll show restraint when the whole stormy day thing came out he just was totally silent on that he never said it now I I have to believe that Daniels made it up just like I with the cabin yeah that's what the press says but even so the allegation was from a long long time ago it wasn't the White House like was with Clinton or John Kennedy of course the press look the other way back then and now they scrutinize everything he does every day.

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