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Biden to hold news conference on eve of first year in office
"As as as as he he he he nears nears nears nears the the the the end end end end of of of of a a a a year year year year in in in in office office office office president president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden is is is is still still still still facing facing facing facing a a a a bitterly bitterly bitterly bitterly divided divided divided divided nation nation nation nation and and and and Congress Congress Congress Congress watching watching watching watching his his his his agenda agenda agenda agenda flounder flounder flounder flounder a a a a year year year year ago ago ago ago tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow the the the the president president president president said said said said his his his his focus focus focus focus was was was was bringing bringing bringing bringing America America America America together together together together uniting uniting uniting uniting our our our our people people people people but but but but as as as as Republicans Republicans Republicans Republicans blocked blocked blocked blocked voting voting voting voting rights rights rights rights legislation legislation legislation legislation do do do do you you you you want want want want to to to to be be be be the the the the side side side side the the the the side side side side of of of of Dr Dr Dr Dr K. K. K. K. or or or George George George Wallace Wallace Wallace the the the G. G. G. O. O. O. P. P. P. objected objected objected George George George Wallace Wallace Wallace so so so much much much for for for unifying unifying unifying the the the country country country American American American University University University Steven Steven Steven Barker Barker Barker says says says the the the president president president seems seems seems to to to have have have underestimated underestimated underestimated just just just how how how hard hard hard that that that would would would be be be that that that was was was it it it was was was a a a crazy crazy crazy pipe pipe pipe dream dream dream and and and the the the rhetoric rhetoric rhetoric has has has now now now shifted shifted shifted to to to going going going after after after Republicans Republicans Republicans in in in hopes hopes hopes of of of helping helping helping Democrats Democrats Democrats hold hold hold their their their majorities majorities majorities in in in the the the mid mid mid terms terms terms Sager Sager Sager mag mag mag ani ani ani Washington Washington Washington
Cavs rout short-handed Jazz to improve to 3-1 on 6-game trip
"Twenty twenty one one unanswered unanswered third third quarter quarter points points lifted lifted Cleveland Cleveland past past slumping slumping Utah Utah one one eleven eleven to to ninety ninety one one Lamar Lamar Stevens Stevens finished finished with with a a game game high high twenty twenty three three points points fifteen fifteen of of them them in in that that big big third third quarter quarter not not just just you you know know feel feel really really confident confident you you know know just just you you know know ride ride that that confidence confidence and and allow allow my my game game is is just just gonna gonna take take me me take take me me to to the the fifteen fifteen points points the the cavs cavs busted busted open open a a close close game game with with their their big big run run good good for for an an eighty eighty three three fifty fifty eight eight cushion cushion with with three three forty forty one one left left in in the the third third the the victory victory gives gives Cleveland Cleveland a a three three and and one one record record on on its its western western trip trip well well the the jazz jazz without without center center Rudy Rudy Gobert Gobert because because of of health health and and safety safety protocols protocols have have lost lost four four in in a a row row I'm I'm Bruce Bruce Morton Morton
AP SportsWatch-Wednesday Sports Wrap
"AP AP sports sports on on time time area area the the NBA's NBA's hottest hottest team team matched matched up up against against the the team team with with the the NBA's NBA's best best record record Tuesday Tuesday night night here's here's a a piece piece Bruce Bruce Morton Morton the the Grizzlies Grizzlies continued continued to to sizzle sizzle topping topping Golden Golden State State one one sixteen sixteen one one await await after after defeating defeating the the team team that that began began the the night night tied tied for for the the league's league's best best record record Memphis Memphis has has won won ten ten straight straight job job Marantz Marantz sparkled sparkled with with a a game game high high twenty twenty nine nine points points you you know know we we one one of of the the best best teams teams in in the the league league five five no no that's that's number number one one and and number number two two out out the the like like you you know know we we shorten shorten the the bylaws bylaws the the bulls bulls are are also also hot hot winning winning for for the the tenth tenth time time in in their their last last eleven eleven games games running running the the pistons pistons by by forty forty six six points points other other NBA NBA winners winners the the son's son's wishes wishes pelicans pelicans and and clippers clippers college college basketball basketball no no more more undefeated undefeated teams teams number number five five USC USC lost lost for for the the first first time time to to Stanford Stanford seventy seventy five five sixty sixty nine nine defending defending champion champion and and top top ranked ranked Baylor Baylor had had a a twenty twenty one one game game winning winning streak streak snapped snapped as as Texas Texas tech tech beat beat Scott Scott drew's drew's team team sixty sixty five five sixty sixty two two tech tech stocks stocks a a great great team team they're they're up up to to it it I I was was state state they they very very easily easily could could have have won won that that game game to to be be Kansas Kansas so so I I mean mean there's there's a a reason reason they're they're top top twenty twenty the the New New York York Giants Giants fired fired head head coach coach Joe Joe judge judge after after two two seasons seasons in in which which he he won won just just ten ten of of his his thirty thirty three three games games judges judges the the fifth fifth NFL NFL coach coach to to be be fired fired since since the the conclusion conclusion of of the the regular regular season season NHL NHL the the Florida Florida Panthers Panthers and and Tampa Tampa Bay Bay Lightning Lightning started started the the night night tied tied for for the the most most points points in in the the league league both both added added two two more more Tuesday Tuesday with with one one sided sided wins wins the the lightning lightning struck struck down down the the saber saber six six to to one one the the key key to to Kucherov Kucherov scored scored a a hattrick hattrick impressing impressing Steven Steven Stamkos Stamkos who who added added a a goal goal and and two two assists assists we we all all know know how how good good is is we we see see it it every every day day so so it's it's in in a a given given time time and and space space that's that's what what he's he's gonna gonna do do that's that's why why is is one one of of the the best best known known in in the the world world Florida Florida swamp swamp Vancouver Vancouver five five two two as as Aaron Aaron Ekblad Ekblad scored scored early early and and added added two two assists assists making making simple simple plays plays early early getting getting a a good good forecheck forecheck really really puts puts team team under under deals deals and and versus versus going going out out for for sports sports you you other other NHL NHL victors victors included included Nashville Nashville in in Chicago Chicago on on time time Merriam Merriam AP AP sports sports
Golden Globes winners announced at closed-door event
"The the golden golden globe globe awards awards Hollywood Hollywood so so called called biggest biggest party party that that regularly regularly drew drew eighteen eighteen million million TV TV viewers viewers was was reduced reduced to to a a live live blog blog Sunday Sunday night night Steven Steven Spielberg's Spielberg's West West Side Side Story Story won won several several big big awards awards okay okay Best Best Picture Picture comedy comedy or or musical musical Best Best Actress Actress best best supporting supporting actress actress Netflix Netflix is is the the power power of of the the dog dog won won Best Best Picture Picture drama drama Best Best direction direction and and supporting supporting performance performance other other film film winners winners included included Will Will Smith Smith breaking breaking Richard Richard Nicole Nicole Kidman Kidman for for being being the the Ricardos Ricardos and and Andrew Andrew Garfield Garfield for for tick tick tick tick boom boom I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker the the golden golden globe globe awards awards Hollywood Hollywood so so called called biggest biggest party party that that regularly regularly drew drew eighteen eighteen million million TV TV viewers viewers was was reduced reduced to to a a live live blog blog Sunday Sunday night night Steven Steven Spielberg's Spielberg's West West Side Side Story Story won won several several big big awards awards okay okay
Klay Thompson has 17 points in return, Warriors beat Cavs
"After after missing missing two two and and a a half half years years to to recover recover from from a a torn torn left left ACL ACL in in game game six six of of the the twenty twenty nineteen nineteen NBA NBA finals finals Klay Klay Thompson Thompson made made his his return return as as the the warriors warriors beat beat the the Cavaliers Cavaliers ninety ninety six six eighty eighty two two he he scored scored seventeen seventeen points points on on seven seven of of eighteen eighteen from from the the floor floor and and three three of of eight eight from from three three point point range range the the highlight highlight of of the the game game with with an an emphatic emphatic dunk dunk over over to to Cleveland Cleveland offenders offenders late late in in the the second second quarter quarter I'm I'm just just so so happy happy I I could could even even look look at at the the stat stat sheet sheet and and see see my my name name there there and and see see the the shot shot my my shot shot attempts attempts makes makes all all the the steps steps that's that's again again in in mice mice to to that's that's no no good good but but at at least least I'm I'm here here because because the the working working took took to to get get here here is is it it was was incredible incredible Stephan Stephan curry curry led led all all scorers scorers with with twenty twenty eight eight points points the the cavs cavs have have lost lost five five of of their their last last seven seven games games Lamar Lamar Stevens Stevens with with seventeen seventeen points points and and rajon rajon rondo rondo added added fifteen fifteen off off the the bench bench Riley Riley Aung Aung San San Francisco Francisco
Dr. Steven Quay: We Don't Know Why Omicron Doesn't Do Well in the Lungs
"So doctor from your medical perspective I mean it seems fairly obvious that if you were given a preference I mean you don't want either But to have an infection that's upper respiratory in the nasal passageways And in the sinuses or the lungs you clearly want something in the nose kind of like a cold You get the runny nose you rub your nose you get sinus infections but it was what you're saying when it penetrates into the deep lung tissue This is where we start developing the severe complications The respiratory stuff the inflammation and potentially sadly death is that accurate Yeah that's exactly accurate But we now know that armagon doesn't do very well in that space So why is that if you don't mind me asking Sorry to interrupt but why is that Why is it that aron in contrast to delta in the original alpha variant doesn't do as well Thankfully in the lungs Is it ace receptors I mean what exactly is that Well we don't know That is that is a cutting edge question to ask There's a gradient with more ace twos in the upper airways and fewer down in the lower airways So it may be related to that group that natural gradient but the data you have doesn't jump out and say that's the reason We have the observation that's four times faster than delta in the nose about one tenth as fast in the deep loans not quite ready for a mechanism yet But that's where science interests right on that
Dr. Steven Quay: The Silver Lining of Omicron Is That It's More Contagious but Less Lethal
"Doctor Akron It appears from the early data and I understand science evolves all the time I actually believe in the scientific method But it appears from the early data that aron may be less lethal although probably as contagious if not more those variables aren't necessarily correlated one to one there Is this potentially Is there a silver lining here in that you can catch this virus now You may have a lesser chance of dying than say other more lethal variants and you'll develop a sense of natural immunity and can not possibly be the first kind of breach into some sense of herd immunity where we can finally just start to live with this thing and not panic about every new variant Dan if you want a career in science call me up because that's exactly the summary of this particular virus It's amazingly infectious So it is now the number one virus in terms of the number of people you can in fact these will used to be the number one with about ten people per infective person But I mean I call it the sneeze heard around the world because it is so contagious that you can literally fill a room with a sneeze of it and in fact everybody restaurant in Norway where I believe one person dined before Christmas and there were a 170 cases from that one person in a Christmas party going on there But the absolute also good news is this virus really likes to live in the nose the back of the throat and it goes about four times faster than delta in that space It does not like the deep lungs where pneumonia where it gets into your bloodstream where the real bad acting is So it is absolutely a silver lining I think that this probably everyone may get this given where we are in terms of it being winter you're indoors a little more and it is so
Dr. Steven Quay: No Updates on Gain of Function Research on COVID, Nipah Virus
"Sir So last time we spoke to you it was a troubling interview I don't mean 'cause you're content with your content was terrific but it was some disturbing things We were talking about some gain of function research the Wuhan lab and some evidence you had indicated that there was some gain of function research potentially going on On other viruses over there one including the nipah virus which has a far higher lethality rate than the original coronavirus in any variant thereafter Any updates on that since we last spoke I'm intently interested in this and I have to tell you a doctor of all the interviews you've done on this show That interview with you about the nipa virus I got hundreds of emails about that People are really scared I think justifiably so Yeah I agree Dan And there's nothing new We completed our investigation We sort of closed the book on it But in December 2019 the one that's through virology was moving the genes of the nipa virus around with what are called vectors which is standard BioTech Basically building a new nipa virus with pieces and the BioTech tools that you use which are called vectors It's probably where SARS CoV-2 was in about 2017 2018
Cards hold off Cowboys 25-22 in matchup of playoff teams
"Arizona Arizona snapped snapped a a three three game game losing losing streak streak and and end end of of the the Dallas Dallas Cowboys Cowboys four four game game winning winning streak streak twenty twenty five five twenty twenty two two so so both both teams teams are are now now eleven eleven and and five five cardinals cardinals led led throughout throughout thirteen thirteen seven seven at at half half twenty twenty to to seven seven in in the the fourth fourth hung hung on on despite despite a a valiant valiant cowboys cowboys comeback comeback bid bid late late in in the the game game caller caller Murray Murray threw threw for for two two hundred hundred sixty sixty three three yards yards and and a a pair pair of of touchdowns touchdowns day day Antoine Antoine Wesley Wesley it it was was a a great great great great team team win win for for us us we we definitely definitely needed needed this this one one Matt Matt Prater Prater booted booted four four field field goals goals for for Arizona Arizona and and debt debt Prescott Prescott passed passed for for two two hundred hundred twenty twenty six six yards yards and and three three touchdowns touchdowns including including a a twenty twenty one one yarder yarder to to Michael Michael Gallup Gallup who who left left the the game game in in the the second second quarter quarter with with a a knee knee injury injury Bob Bob Stevens Stevens Arlington Arlington Texas Texas
Run Tide! No. 1 Bama over non-P5 Cincy 27-6 in CFP semi
"Brian Brian Robinson Robinson junior junior ran ran for for a a career career high high two two hundred hundred four four yards yards top top ranked ranked Alabama Alabama defeated defeated fourth fourth ranked ranked Cincinnati Cincinnati twenty twenty seven seven to to six six in in the the college college football football playoff playoff semifinals semifinals I I didn't didn't think think I I was was gonna gonna be be a a spotlight spotlight you you know know we we just just we we just just game game planning planning just just you you know know whatever whatever they they throw throw at at us us we we got got it it just just to to let let you you know know if if the the running running game game works works for for is is about about to to stay stay with with it it so so Alabama Alabama advances advances to to the the championship championship game game the the drive drive for for the the second second consecutive consecutive national national title title Heisman Heisman winner winner Bryce Bryce young young threw threw for for three three touchdown touchdown passes passes including including a a forty forty four four yarder yarder to to G. G. Cordy Cordy Brooks Brooks Alabama Alabama rushed rushed for for three three and and one one yards yards while while Alabama's Alabama's defense defense limited limited Cincinnati Cincinnati to to just just two two hundred hundred eighteen eighteen total total yards yards into into field field goals goals Bob Bob Stevens Stevens Arlington Arlington Texas Texas
Why Professor Neil Thomas Decided to Review Eric's Latest Book 'Is Atheism Dead?'
"The book we discuss on this program, your book is taking leave of Darwin. So if anybody's interested in what you have to say on the subject, that's the first place they should look, taking leave of Darwin, but recently, I believe that stream dot org, you wrote, no, I'm sorry. Where did you post your original referring to? Okay, evolution. It's pronounced evolution, please. Evolution. News. Is it dot org? I can't quite remember evolution. All I know is that if you Google it, it'll take you straight there. Evolution news. Which I think is related to the discovery institute. But you wrote three reviews of a raft of books dealing with these subjects, one of which I was flattered to see was my own new book is atheism dead. So let's talk about that. Because people want to read what you have to say on this, I recommend they go to evolution news or evolution news. Either way, they should go there. But so what do you say roughly in these articles? Yes, it's a case of leverage and leverage I'm afraid. It's one of these. Well, I was looking at your book is atheism dad, along with Steven Myers book return to the guard hypothesis on something called a God of the details by Christian bandia. And I was looking at the sort of continuity and the fact that the three of you sort of came out against a simple sort of idea received ideas about darwinism and sort of thought your own ways and I admired that. And I thought that this should, this should be foregrounded in some way, which is more reason I decided to do the review.
Biden Finally Praises the Success of Trump's Operation Warp Speed
"I want to go back to the point you made about asking whether Biden and his acknowledgment of the Trump administration's success with warp speed is just is a cynical ploy to try to win people over. Is it genuine that you're a great guy for me to bounce this off of because of the two of us, you're the nice guy. I'm the jerk. I'm the big mouth, but you're the guy that with the big heart, you're the Stevens minister. You're the guy that opens up your heart to so many people and everybody loves you. So give me walk me through as we listen again to Biden, cut to. One more time, the president yesterday finally acknowledging finally acknowledging the success of operation warp speed and the Trump administration delivering three vaccines to the world in miraculous time. Let's listen one more time. Look, let me give you two straight again. All Macron is serious, potentially deadly business for unvaccinated people. Let me be clear. Thanks to the pride administration and our scientific community, America is one of the first countries to get the vaccine. All right, so let's so Joey, do you believe that and again, I think we both would have the spirit of, hey, a little bit of credit where credit is due, at least he did it. But why did he do it? What do you think is pushing this narrative that is suddenly so different from the one he's had for the last year? Well, I believe Biden and the administration they're in panic mode. I mean, they read the latest pole out just yesterday where when you thought that his presidency, the approval rating couldn't go any lower it did. A 41% now of Americans who agree with what he's doing approve of him. I think he's finally waking up and realizing that there's a country out there who supported Donald Trump who know that regardless of your views on the vaccine, whether you want the vaccine or don't want the vaccine, they know that Donald Trump is the only person who could have possibly gotten warp speed up and running the way he did and got in a vaccine in the time that he did.
Is It Appropriate for Public School Teachers to Circumvent a Parent's Authority?
"Welcome back to the Mark Levin show I am rich now That's with you tonight Straight to the end of the program And I want to check in with the callers 8 7 7 three 8 one 38 11 Let's go to Portland Oregon and check in with Steven What's up Steven you're on with rich valdes Hi rich Are you there Yes I'm here And I want to ask you a question Do you think that it's appropriate for public school teachers to circumvent the authority that parents have Rich I'm a 61 year old bisexual I'm a white male I have always been treated horribly in gay circles for years I'm old enough to remember when lesbians engage people didn't get along My child is a senior in a Portland high school He joined gay straight alliance Probably 9th grade has Greg went for a year and a half was treated pretty horribly I think my son identifies as straight The policies that are going on at no No absolutely not To listen to that female parent that was in California Was that where she was Yes sir At warrant I feel my heart just feels for her Other than bringing me to tears This has been going on My kid is senior My kids are senior all right I've witnessed this They've been cutting kids at PTA meetings Since my son was in 5th grade the public school systems are segregating kids off for a conversation separate in a way from parents They've been doing it for over
Niederreiter scores 2, short-handed Carolina beats Red Wings
"Nino Nino Niederreiter Niederreiter second second goal goal of of the the night night broke broke a a three three three three tie tie eighteen eighteen seconds seconds into into the the third third period period of of the the hurricanes hurricanes five five three three victory victory over over the the red red wings wings Carolina Carolina was was with with that that team team scoring scoring leader leader Sebastian Sebastian aho aho second second leading leading scorer scorer Andrei Andrei Svechnikov Svechnikov captain captain Jordan Jordan Staal Staal Ian Ian Cole Cole said said Jarvis Jarvis and and Steven Steven Lorentz Lorentz due due to to covert covert nineteen nineteen protocol protocol the the gains gains dress dress just just sixteen sixteen skaters skaters two two nights nights after after the the game game at at Minnesota Minnesota was was called called off off Jack Jack Drury Drury scored scored in in his his NHL NHL debut debut for for Carolina Carolina Tony Tony deangelo deangelo and and Vincent Vincent Trocheck Trocheck also also tallied tallied to to support support Frederick Frederick Andersen's Andersen's twenty twenty three three save save effort effort I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie
Reaves' 3 at buzzer gives Lakers 107-104 win over Mavs in OT
"Rookie rookie Austin Austin Reaves Reaves three three pointer pointer with with nine nine tenths tenths of of a a second second left left in in overtime overtime lifted lifted the the LA LA Lakers Lakers to to a a dramatic dramatic one one oh oh seven seven one one oh oh four four win win over over the the Dallas Dallas Mavericks Mavericks today today you you gotta gotta produce produce on on the the basketball basketball court court and and permitted permitted that that shot shot for for my my teammates teammates have have the the trusted trusted me me to to take take that that shot shot is is is is very very very very special special the the Lakers Lakers have have now now won won three three straight straight improved improved to to sixteen sixteen and and thirteen thirteen when when Ellington Ellington hit hit a a clutch clutch three three for for the the Lakers Lakers with with two two seconds seconds left left in in regulation regulation to to send send the the game game into into overtime overtime lebron lebron James James led led the the Lakers Lakers with with twenty twenty four four Russell Russell Westbrook Westbrook had had twenty twenty three three Anthony Anthony Davis Davis twenty twenty Reese Reese finished finished with with fifteen fifteen hitting hitting five five treys treys while while Jaylen Jaylen Brunson Brunson led led the the match match with with twenty twenty five five Kristofferson Kristofferson has has added added twenty twenty three three Bob Bob Stevens Stevens Dallas Dallas
Biden Should Not Run Again — and He Should Say He Won't
"President Biden made some comments and I want you just to hear this, so you'll understand that The New York Times column that I'm about to share with you. I'm worried about families and elderly grandparents and what their lives are at stake. Everyone, everyone, everyone is a little harder. So, you know, so mom can can walk out without having out of our porch without worrying about following can take care of herself, can be left alone. They're going to keep working to pay the bills. What is he talking about? Whose grandma has fallen off the porch? Who is that? I mean, it's like every single day with this guy. Every single day. You don't know what's coming out of that mouth. As a matter of fact yesterday, he was supposed to deliver a speech in front of the press corps and did not do it. They pre taped it and edited that speech, and the reason why is Biden was off his meds. And he could not. He couldn't put together a coherent sentence. I mean, here he is going on about grandma, following off the porch. So The New York Times published a column from their economist Bret Stephens. And Brad Stevens is urging Biden not to run again. He says Biden should not run again and he should say he won't. Stevens was, or is a conservative and a strong critic of Donald Trump. He argued that Biden's age, as well as his seemingly uneven cognitive state. Needed to be candidly discussed because it wasn't healthy for him his office, the Democratic Party or the country to remain in limbo about what to do if he decides not to run. Stephen says it would be liberating for Biden's presidency if he announced he would not run, and that it would energize a currently listless Democratic Party.
Mathieu Joseph scores in overtime, Lightning beat Kings 3-2
"The the lightning lightning pulled pulled out out a a three three two two win win over over the the kings kings on on Matthew Matthew Josephs Josephs call call at at three three twenty twenty five five of of overtime overtime that's that's what what happens happens over over time time you you know know there's there's so so much much room room on on the the ice ice and and this this breakdowns breakdowns here here and and there there and and guys guys are are tired tired of of the the games games the the lightning lightning also also got got goals goals from from Victor Victor Hedman Hedman and and Taylor Taylor Raddysh Raddysh Steven Steven Stamkos Stamkos had had an an assist assist leaving leaving him him one one point point from from becoming becoming the the one one hundred hundred eighteen eighteen player player to to reach reach nine nine hundred hundred Tampa Tampa bay's bay's Andrei Andrei vasilevskiy vasilevskiy made made twenty twenty eight eight saves saves to to win win his his sixty sixty second second game game of of the the calendar calendar year year tying tying the the mark mark set set by by Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Marc Marc Andre Andre Fleury Fleury in in twenty twenty oh oh nine nine to to Daddy Daddy and and Viktor Viktor Arvidsson Arvidsson scored scored and and Jonathan Jonathan quick quick stopped stopped twenty twenty seven seven shots shots for for the the kings kings I'm I'm the the ferry ferry
The Ideal Inflation Rate Isn't 2%, It's ZERO
"Steven, I remember when I studied economics in college, the ideal inflation was zero. And I know that the fed is always talking about 2% inflation as if somehow that's okay. That's not okay either. Well, we need to deal with, you know, Ronald Reagan talked about and my and your good friend C Forbes, which is make the dollar as good as gold. You know, make it stable. You have a currency. The whole purpose of your currency is that it is a stable and value. You learn this and economics 100 that it retains its value and its immediate exchange, but how can it doesn't retain its value when inflation goes up? And you can't use a currency where the inflation out of control is a store of value. And by the way, this is one of the people always ask me, why is Bitcoin going up so much? And I think it's because Bitcoin has become the new kind of alternatives to these government currencies that the governments are borrowing massive amounts of money and this inflation issue ties directly to the massive increase in borrowing and spending. And don't you love the line by Joe Biden and he's last week. He said, well, if you want to solve the inflation problem, pass my $3 trillion spending bill.
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"steven a." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Setting for the gospels of Jesus presence there with his boss. And what about a synagogue? Is there a synagogue there? If I was a betting person, which I'm not, I would say yes. I would there are we have on either side of us, we have capernaum, and we have a place called cursi, which was ancient gergesa, where the casting out of the pneumonia. A demon's from the door. And both of those places on the Lake, there are churches and synagogues to be seen. That's an unusual combination to find those together. We have a church, we have we found a basalt lioness. Which about half of ton lioness and that is oftentimes a decorative element in the synagogue. So it wouldn't be it wouldn't be outrageous for us to suggest that it's possibly a synagogue there. I mean, we don't have one. We have. So wouldn't they have had to have one? I wouldn't exist. I would expect there to be one. There's no. I mean, if Jesus is there, the apostles are there. That's usually a place of gathering. As I always say, whatever. That's just exciting. It's thrilling. So good to have you, doctor Steve notley, distinguished Professor of New Testament and Christian origins at nyak right across our river here, el Raj excavation dot com ELA. El araj excavations dot.
"steven a." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"It's the last one that I think I think today it's the leading candidate people would say fairly conclusively because of what we found in the last 5 seasons that this is verifies that this is Beth sata. So it's the last what I call the last lost city of the gospels. Now, you say that in 1968 in capernaum where they discovered what is claimed to be the home of Peter and there were churches obviously built over that. You take issue with that. You believe that that is misidentified. I do. It is definitely a Byzantine church. We have evidence a church father named epiphanius talks about churches that are built during the time of Constantine. One in Tiberius, magdala, and capernaum, as well as zephyrus. And he allowed them to build churches, but there's no apostolic connection to them. No apples to traditions to them. And what I can say without any question for the first at least for the first thousand years of Christian tradition, Peter never comes from capernaum. Peter always always comes from Beth Seder. And I think John one 44 speaks of Peter Andrew and Phillip coming from bethad. And that is the consistent Christian tradition for at least a thousand years. How far is since I haven't been there? How far is Beth say from capernaum roughly? If you were walking, but of course you have to cross the Jordan. It's about 5 miles four or 5 miles, but it's, again, we're on the trans Jordan. We're on the other side as the gospel spirit. And they would come by generally come by boat. And how far are these places from Nazareth? That's another, I'd say from capernaum to Nazareth, I'm probably the only person you'll ever interview who's walked from Nazareth to capernaum. It took my students one time and we began early in the morning. It's almost 30 miles. Wow. It's a long day. But it's just fascinating that we can go to these places that we've read about and it does come alive and that's why this is so exciting. Now, there is a website. I want to give this we'll be right back, but before I go, folks, if you want to know more about this specific excavation, go to el araj excavations dot com that's EL, AR AJ excavations dot.
"steven a." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Under the ground, and there are houses, structures everywhere. Waiting to be excavated. So you're saying first century stuff? They're all, there's no Byzantine, no crusader is immediately Roman period, New Testament period houses, streets, everything is there waiting to be excavated. Beth sada. And you're saying this is the last of the cities, the New Testament cities that the last 200 years we've been discovering them, this one was unaccounted for until you. Can we say that? I wouldn't say me as it wasn't just you, but you're a team. You're involved. I should mention, I work together with professor motiv, canary college. He's the director of the excavation. So I worked together with him. And we collaborate together and our work. What do you think it does for people? Because, you know, most Americans, myself included, we've never been to these places. They're mythical to us. It must be extraordinary to say, no, there it is. These are the stones. This is where it happened. I mean, it kind of changes our relationship to the scripture. Sure. Look, I live there 16 years. I went over to do my PhD at the university because I thought it would make a difference to be to study immerse myself in the culture, the language and the land in which all this took place. And it does make a difference. It's not just myths. It's not just stories, but there's a tangible element to it in terms of the stage, the geography, the archeology that reinforces the sense of the story of the gospels. And scripture as a whole, I have to ask you your background, I should have done it in the beginning, but how did you get to where you are today? Where'd you grow up and what made you decide you want to go into this field? I grew up as I mentioned earlier in my joke. I grew up in my grew up in Oklahoma. I did my undergraduate and graduate in Tulsa at aurora university. And then I became intrigued by the work of a man named David fusor, who was the preeminent Jewish historian and first century in Christianity and Judaism. And so I packed up our things, my wife, two children, 1983, and moved over. And again, spent 16 years there studying at Hebrew university and then teaching subsequent to that in Jerusalem. We've got to go to a break, folks. I know you're not going anyplace. We're.
"steven a." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Just a privilege to be with you thank you. Thank you very appreciative. Your shit and you ought to be safe. Oh boy okay. That was stephen collins a modern day. What's his face. Exactly what do you call. Just right thought that i thought that i think you mean indiana jones. That's it. he's a fictional character. So modern apply. I think you'd mean real life indiana jones. I think that's what you're looking for. Let's do this segment over. Forget we're human humans we're on the edge human beings we make we make mistakes. Yeah okay so alvin. Speaking of collins well actually mentioned in a couple of seconds. We're doing our weekly ask. Metaxas segment got some good questions. Yes some some some masterful can handle it. I don't know we'll see stay tuned. Okay but before that. Let me let me tell people. Because i didn't want to say it when i was talking to stephen collins but the the discovery of biblical sodom is just one of the things in my book that when i realized that they've discovered this is legit. This is not like they think you know we always hear. Like andy think they've discovered noah's ark or they think that this is as legit as it gets. I talked all about that. But when i realized that i thought i've got to put this in my book because the world needs to know. Yeah when the world knows that something that happened in seventeen hundred. Abc in the bible. This mythical thing oh no it's history and science proves it. It changes your attitude about faith but there are other things in my book. That i didn't mention when i was talking to stephen collins a few minutes ago for example i talked to dr james tour in the book as the book is launched. I will have dr tour on this program. So we'll talk to him the way we did to dr steven collins but he basically says that as of today 2021 it's been almost seventy years since the famous experiment that universe's chicago where they claim they figured out how life came into being four billion years ago randomly randomly there's a bunch of non-life and suddenly whoop it suddenly becomes a magical living cell. Yeah well we now have the science to say sorry charlie. It doesn't work folks when you read about it when you hear him talk. It's insane. it's in the book another reason. I will beg you to preorder the book but the third thing because the three sections in the book. The first one is science. Second one is biblical archaeology. But the third part of the book. I deal with atheists and that whole thing of what is atheism. Okay i discovered something. I know. i've mentioned this before. But this is so staggering staggering news. And then it becomes infinitely more staggering. That nobody knows this. And then i wonder how by the grace of god do i get to tell the world this. Two of the most famous atheists in the twentieth century. Okay jean-paul sartre albert camus. These are french existentialist philosophers who were struggling publicly with the idea that we are in a world without god. How do we exist. How do we move forward alone in the universe. They struggled more honestly with atheism than almost anybody. The phonies in the in the new atheist movement. Who kind of click their heels like. Isn't it great. there's no god. I hate god. They are very intellectually. Shallow as i say in the book but these two giants struggled with it. They were horrified by it but they said this is the way it is. We've got to go on both of them obviously apart from each other one thousand nine hundred sixty the other around nineteen eighty just before their death came to faith. Nobody knows this. This is blockbuster news. It's like madeline. Marie o'hare came to faith. I mean actually. In her case it's it would just be weird because she was very vicious and grumpy but these were really thoughtful philosophers Anyway i talk about it in the book. I want to get the word out about this. I want the world to know that the people who look most seriously at atheism realized it doesn't work and they come out the other side faith now the fact this wasn't reported on his a little freaky so it's another reason. I hope by publishing the book to get the word out. This is devastating stuff. Please go to eric. Metaxas dot com. The book is very cheap there for preorder it and stay tuned for ask metaxas..
"steven a." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Folks. Talking to dr steven collins the man who discovered biblical sodom. We're not making this up. We've got the facts. Nature just published an astonishingly long detailed scientific analysis that basically corroborates everything. The you dr collins have been saying now when you go down to seventeen hundred bc you find what you call the destruction matrix. It's soot isn't it. I mean it's basically soot when you found that you must have said. Hey this a coincidence. This is kind of nice that right where we would expect to find something. We found it. I mean you remember that day. Yeah it's three to six feet thick. Can you imagine most destruction layers at archaeological sites. Or you know maybe a few centimeters thick. Maybe a half a meter thick this is. This is a meter and a half thick. We're talking about five seat now. What's in that matrix. What's in the destruction and by the way the matrix is what after the event. All of this churned up disintegrated debris that was created by this. Massive explosion settled out between the remaining wall stubs. Remember we're talking about walls that are actually. We're gonna we have to go back because you just said something earlier and you just said it again. I don't wanna forget so the conclusion of all of these scientists and you already knew it a while ago. When i first met you they look at all of the information and they say there's only one thing that could have done this. This is what the scientists say folks. These are secular scientists. They say that an airburst event a cosmic air event. That's fancy science talk four an asteroid travelling at something like thirty five thousand miles per hour. Maybe one hundred eighty feet in diameter comes through the atmosphere burns up and explodes a few miles over this site now. The reason they can be so specific is because in one thousand nine hundred eight. The exact same thing happened in siberia. Talk about that. Dr collins so that people understand this did happen once. Before within modern memory the tunguska siberia nineteen o. Eight event flattened about twenty five hundred square kilometers of siberian forest in an instant the sides of the trees just one side of the trees were blackened and burned while the and laid out radio from the point of impact and the other sides of the trees were were pretty much untouched. So the heat is really intense. We're talking about tens of thousands of degrees and but just for a fraction of a second but powerful enough to lay this entire area of siberia. Flat eighty million trees. That's the figures so folks think about this within within a couple seconds. Eighty million trees in a remote forest in siberia are flattened outward because of this explosion eighty million trees and according to the folks who wrote all these scientists. They said what happened at tell him was that big or bigger. Was that bigger bigger bigger. How the tint. What kind of temperatures are we getting at tall. Well you know. We have melted surfaces a pottery. Some of them are actually boiled up with bubbles. We have melted mud bricks. We have all of these things. But now it's that's not enough you have to analyze is into the into the melt. Glass you have to analyze. What the temperatures were. Let me give you just one example. And they're just they found. Dozens of these zircon melt at about twenty. Four thousand five hundred degrees centigrade. They boil as you as you approach. Three thousand degrees centigrade in in the melted surfaces of the pottery. We're finding a and and other objects as well where they found boiled zircon zirk. How absurd con is a little is a little mineral like crystal a quartz crystal something like that. It's a little bit. Different chemical signature but absurd con is a really hard mineral and its melting. Point is higher than what you can what you can generate with technology or even natural forces like balkanisation. Magma is way cooler much much less than what was or would it take to boils erc onto boil. This mineral almost three thousand degrees centigrade. We're talking about four. Four five thousand degrees fahrenheit four decrease those those temperatures cannot be generated terrestrially on the earth. Not the only thing. And and that's why we say. There are at least twenty-six proxies that have been discovered so far at tall a mom that indicate temperatures well beyond double triple what any any temperature on the earth can be from. Natural processes terrestrial so the only thing. You have to ask the question. What kind of event can destroy. A city can create a destruction matrix. And we call it the quiz an artifact we call it that because it looks like somebody took the remains of the city what whatever was above the level of the buildings that were literally sheered off at about chest height and put all that into a blender in hit the. But well the reason i say that. Yeah you've got all this stuff and and you know and anybody who looked at you look through the soot and you're finding charred bits. Tiny bits of human bone melted brick. And all this stuff. But it's churned up in a way that when you look at it you know. There's nothing that we know of apart. From what you just described this meteor. There's nothing that could do this. An earthquake a volcano fire. Whatever it is nothing could produce what you saw. That's why you call it the cuisinart effect. It it just was jumbled together in a way that literally. No one had seen folks. We're going to go to a break. Remember dr steven. Collins has a book it is called. It is called discovering the city of sodom..
"steven a." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Folks. Talking to dr steven collins the man who discovered biblical sodom. We're not making this up. We've got the facts. Nature just published an astonishingly long detailed scientific analysis that basically corroborates everything. The you dr collins have been saying now when you go down to seventeen hundred bc you find what you call the destruction matrix. It's soot isn't it. I mean it's basically soot when you found that you must have said. Hey this a coincidence. This is kind of nice that right where we would expect to find something. We found it. I mean you remember that day. Yeah it's three to six feet thick. Can you imagine most destruction layers at archaeological sites. Or you know maybe a few centimeters thick. Maybe a half a meter thick this is. This is a meter and a half thick. We're talking about five seat now. What's in that matrix. What's in the destruction and by the way the matrix is what after the event. All of this churned up disintegrated debris that was created by this. Massive explosion settled out between the remaining wall stubs. Remember we're talking about walls that are actually. We're gonna we have to go back because you just said something earlier and you just said it again. I don't wanna forget so the conclusion of all of these scientists and you already knew it a while ago. When i first met you they look at all of the information and they say there's only one thing that could have done this. This is what the scientists say folks. These are secular scientists. They say that an airburst event a cosmic air event. That's fancy science talk four an asteroid travelling at something like thirty five thousand miles per hour. Maybe one hundred eighty feet in diameter comes through the atmosphere burns up and explodes a few miles over this site now. The reason they can be so specific is because in one thousand nine hundred eight. The exact same thing happened in
"steven a." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Named dr steven collins. Now if you listen to this program the name will ring a bell. Because i've talked many times about an astonishing biblical discovery. Astonishing and dr steven collins is the one who made it. I write about it in my book. Is atheism dead. Because when i heard about this. I said this is so crazy. Everybody needs to know about this. I'm going to devote a chapter in my book to this. So that if you only read my book you'll get this people need to know this is real and i thought what if i could get dr collins on again and here. He is dr steven collins. Welcome thank you. For having me eric ritzy. Listen we're living in exciting times but even more exciting. I mean everywhere. I go when i talk about. My book is atheism dead. I talk about you and this discovery. Because one of the reasons i wrote the book was because of you. I'm not kidding. I remember meeting you through dr through skip heights egg. Who's a friend. Obviously in albuquerque. And i thought this is crazy. I've never heard this before. This is one of the greatest fines in archaeological history. You wrote a wonderful book about it. When did that become out. Came out in two thousand thirteen okay. So it's been out and people still don't seem i don't know what people are focused on but this is gigantic and then the other day nature which is one of the premier scientific journals on the planet published in extremely lengthy extremely detailed extremely academic analysis. Paper put together by twenty one scientists looking at this from every conceivable angle in the scientific world. How can you analyze this. I was talking to my wife about this yesterday. dot coms. I said you know it's a funny thing because you're just the archaeologist. You find this stuff and then you have to turn over your findings to every kind of scientists many hostile to the fundamental idea. Evidently they seem to think what you and. I seem to think which is maybe the biggest headline of all. Yeah early in the dig when we started discovering all this kind of anomalous melted material stuff that looks like it had been exposed to rather high heat index. What do i do with that. I'm an archaeologist. I know how to dig dirt. I know how to recognize strata. I'm an expert on ancient pottery. All of that stuff. That goes with archaeology. But i'm not a physicist. I'm not an astrophysicist. I'm not kim. Mr a geologist so all that stuff had to be turned over to scientists who know what they're doing with that sort of thing and it actually wind wound up in the hands of a team of scientists. Call the the comment. Research group r. g. who has their well published in all kinds of scientific journals including the proceedings of the national academy of sciences. And now of course. Nature scientific reports on this particular paper that they wrote but they've been involved six or seven years in this analytical phase of the destruction layer for the middle bronze age at tall hamam which associates with the time of abraham and this particular layer had all kinds of indicators that they call them proxies of what's called media riddick or cosmic bowling airburst event that exploded over. Just the the side of a mom but exploded over the entire plane of the jordan were the cities of the plain. The cities of the car in genesis are located and it absolutely took civilization off line in that area for about seven centuries investigated it and now they've published it. Let me let me say what i say when i when i speak about this i have to. Just give the the super-quick version so people are kind of tracking and so what we're talking about is you in One thousand nine hundred ninety six for the first time said wait a minute. According to what the scripture says because you believe that the is an accurate guide you say according to what it says if this place is discoverable today it is up in this area north of the dead sea on what you call the car plain. Nobody's looking there. You decide to look there. You discover a gigantic tall. It's called right. What is it tall. How do you describe that to a lay audience. Yeah a tell or tall. Ten is yeah is a it's a ruin mound and it builds up like a layer cake as one civilization comes along one city is built. It's it's destroyed and then another one comes along building over and over and over and these things rise up to quite a height and near eastern cities are like this. There are multiple civilization layers that create these gigantic ruin mounds in taal hamas. A huge. one of these. Yeah and what's the creepiest thing to me is because we don't we certainly don't have this in america but we don't have this in most of the world when you can say there was a huge city there for thousands of years before abraham in seventeen hundred bc. We can't conceive of a city. Three thousand b c a flourishing city. So by the time. Abraham gets there it's basically been there for thousands of years. I mean that's very tough for us to conceive of a city that far back. Yeah and of course. The bible indicates that as well. Because if you go back from abraham's time back to genesis chapter ten. What you get is a very good description of the great. The building the great fortified cities of the ancient near east and amongst them are the cities of the plain sodom. Gomorrah adma boy. And they're all there in genesis ten so in genesis. Ten is really reflective of what we call an archaeology the early bronze age back in the fourth millennium bc the fourth millennium bc. I just love this okay. So what the bible seems to say is that about seventeen hundred. Bc abraham's pass through. There we most of us know the story. The place was destroyed. It was a cataclysmic destruction. We're not talking about a big earthquake. We're talking about something unprecedented. We can't conceive of what happened. Which is one of the reasons why many people to myth they say you know what this stuff just doesn't ever happen. We know it doesn't happen. Come on hyperbole. Let's face it. So you're telling me or lease you say in the book. And i reiterated wherever i go that you find this place you think this is it you start excavating when you get down to the level of seventeen hundred bc you find.
"steven a." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"So what we're talking about is you in One thousand nine hundred ninety six for the first time said wait a minute. According to what the scripture says because you believe that the is an accurate guide you say according to what it says if this place is discoverable today it is up in this area north of the dead sea on what you call the car plain. Nobody's looking there. You decide to look there. You discover a gigantic tall. It's called right. What is it tall. How do you describe that to a lay audience. Yeah a tell or tall. Ten is yeah is a it's a ruin mound and it builds up like a layer cake as one civilization comes along one city is built. It's it's destroyed and then another one comes along building over and over and over and these things rise up to quite a height and near eastern cities are like this. There are multiple civilization layers that create these gigantic ruin mounds in taal hamas. A huge. one of these. Yeah and what's the creepiest thing to me is because we don't we certainly don't have this in america but we don't have this in most of the world when you can say there was a huge city there for thousands of years before abraham in seventeen hundred bc. We can't conceive of a city. Three thousand b c a flourishing city. So by the time. Abraham gets there it's basically been there for thousands of years. I mean that's very tough for us to conceive of a city that far back. Yeah and of course. The bible indicates that as well. Because if you go back from abraham's time back to genesis chapter ten. What you get is a very good description of the great. The building the great fortified cities of the ancient near east and amongst them are the cities of the plain sodom. Gomorrah adma boy. And they're all there in genesis
"steven a." Discussed on Casefile True Crime
"The Smoke Californian Falling Tan of Said Laws One hundred thirty miles southeast. . Of San, Francisco , providing access to the Sierra Nevada mountains and California's central coast. . Surrounded by almond groves and paycheck orchards. . The town's slogan is gateway to Yosemite. . A ninety mile drive leads ride into the heart of the famous Yosemite National Park I remote area of wilderness spans close to seven hundred and fifty thousand acres. . The Miss said community is close knit with residents enjoying the range of outdoor activities on offer including skiing, , fishing, , hiking, , and swimming. . trae line to neighborhoods featuring numerous paths and pox make miss said an ideal place to raise a family. . From nineteen, , Sixty, , seven to nineteen, , seventy, , one this Dana family lived on a twenty Acre farm ranch just outside of method, , county? ? Parents K into del had married wake soft like I met and had gone on to have five children. . Kerry Cindy Stephen Jody and Corey. . Del worked as a mechanic at a local page cannery and also grew almonds on the families found. . This Dana were a loving family as practicing moments. . They enjoyed attending church services twice a week and in sped to on the children loved exploring their lodge property. . Once a month, , the family would spend the weekend camping at a nearby like. . Middle Child Stephen loved the great outdoors and would explore the farm for hours with his dog daisy. . Hey and his father often went fishing together. . But it was a running joke that Stephen couldn't keep quiet long enough for them to catch anything. . This summer of Nineteen seventy-one was hot and dry and Dell's almond crops struggled to due to poor irrigation. . Hey Decay, , decided to sell the ranch and move their family to suburban Miss said. . They purchased a three bedroom single story in a lower middle class neighborhood that had a swimming pool in the backyard to provide relief from the summit hate. . The. . Move was difficult for seven year old Stephen who missed rural life. . At first, , he struggled to adjust to his new school of Charles wrought elementary bus September of Nineteen, , seventy two he was settling down and making friends. . On the evening of Sunday, , December three nineteen seventy seventy-two Stephen attended the birthday party of his friend. . Sharon giving her a stuffed Koala bears as a present. . When he returned time Stephen Raved to his parents about how much fun he had had at the Party and tell them how much he was looking forward to Christmas in a few weeks time. . He was so excited that he had trouble falling asleep that night. . The next morning Monday December four was a regular day in this Dina household. . After breakfast K. inspected her for eldest children to make sure they were presentable school while the youngest corey wasn't yet old enough to attend. . Kerry Cindy Stephen and Jodie then walked the twelve blocks to Charles. . Rot. . Elementary together. . With sixth grader Kerry keeping watch over his three youngest siblings. . Stephen finished school at two PM, , which was Annella hour earlier than his brother and sisters. . He usually walked the half mile home with friends, , but it was raining and cold. . So K. decided to pick him up on her way home from running. . Samaritans. . She arrived at the school at two ten hoping Stephen had anticipated that she would pick him up and was waiting for her. . However there was no sign of him. . K. Drove home keeping annoy out for Stephen along the way. . She didn't spot him on the Straits and when she arrived home at two twenty, , he wasn't dairy the. . At three o'clock, , K. and Del returned to Charles wrought elementary to Pique Cindy and Jodi up from school. . Carry wasn't there as hey typically won't time with friends. . But Cindy into Jodi time their parents, , they hadn't seen Stephen since lunchtime. . This. . Wasn't an immediate caused by concern as Stephen had recently by any trouble for going to his friend's house off to school without seeking his parents permission first. . Del had punished him with a belt to the backsaw does the turn but they was certain he had disobeyed them again. .
"steven a." Discussed on Trek Capsule
"I I thought. Oh Man I don't know how to do this and so I don't know how came out but it's But it was. It was fun to do now. You have a couple projects I like to talk about. I don't know if they've been out yet are coming out. One is from called from within you play Pastor Joe in that what. What type of film is at? It's a horror film said You know after my last horror film Remain nameless again. But you know they sent me the script it was actually you know that at least the first half of the script I mean I found it genuinely spooky. Oh it was. It was genuinely creepy and the role. You know I mean basically I flew in on Thursday and I was done by Sunday back on Sunday. All my stuff was squeezed into just a couple of days and the director is this wonderful. Wonderful EP Fading Papamichael who shot you know Three ten to Huma W we shot. And he's he shot walk. The line there was. There was one scene where I'm preaching to you know my congregation the band back. And the you know it's it's very like you know until you know evangelist type thing and and Fade and was saying you know this scene you know we would have shot in in three days on. Walk the line and you know basically from within. We shot it in the morning before lunch. What they did was I mean when I got there. I really was kind of excited about it because they really do. Shoot it in this kind of we shot in this very small kinda beaten downtown in Maryland and they really just wanted to. It was very atmospheric and subtle. You know and they really wanted to get a certain look to the film and I and I think You know so that the cree penis was not hitting you over the head. Just part of the atmosphere and I you know from from what I saw it. I thought they did a really good job. It's been in a lot of Film festivals and it's just been picked up by a European Company for distribution this. Oh but it's but it's it's it's won some awards at some film festivals. And it's it's kind of making that circuit but it's a it's a small little independent film but it's got a great you know Thomas. Dekker is Elizabeth Rice. Oh yeah he's yeah it's got a good cast and fading was was. It was great that that he directed this as a DP his crew working. And if you're gonNA shoot something fast and cheap. It's great to have somebody who really knows what they're doing and what they want and you know boom I. It's you know and can make it happen. And and they were great group to work with. That's cool and then also there's one called leaving Bar Sto which is in California. I know that so. Yeah yeah that's also making the film festival rounds. That was one that another little independent film where they sent me the script. I it's it's a great carry. It's not. It's not sci fi or anything like that more of a human you know coming of age drama and kind of burnt out. You know high school. Physics teacher takes this smart kid under his wing and tries to encourage him. But there's also stuff going on with my character that you find out through the film literally what's eating you know. Okay it really is. It's just about the acting there and Peter Page Who was an actor himself and he was directed a couple of films Directed at and it was. It was really good and and the way they shot that you know he had it was shot in a way it was very kind of fluid and you never quite knew where the camera was and there was something very improv. Satory about it and spontaneous and and it was really good for the movie We're on Yeah Oh cool. That sounds great to to interesting projects to look forward to. Yeah and the leaving. Barstool is one. I know at won the audience award at the Long Film Festival and it's done quite well at a bunch of other festivals. You know I don't know you know if it's going to be picked up for distribution or not but it's but it's definitely making the rounds what's Nice is eventually everything heads to DVD and that's such a great market too. I mean it's DVD's is a billion dollar market so it's just I incredible so yes. And that's you know that's part of what Sag is finding about right now. Yes I know I know. Yeah it's it and it's just the whole industry has just done a one eighty from From what it used to be you know and before you negotiate for movies and television and that's you know and now it's like online you know. Dvd pick up. You can pretty much watch anything online right now. I know I know so it really it. Unfortunately it's really cutting into actors incomes as you know we're not making any money from the reruns anymore and and you know that's kind of how you lived sure that you were able to continue pursuing your career Because the you know when you get paid for an episode residuals for the reruns. It's kind of like deferred payment. Sure a lot of the deferred payment is being taken away and then. I WANNA give anything for online or DVD. So it's so it's kind of we'll see we'll see what's happening. It's huge changes. Yeah I think they'll I think they'll realize no eventually have to pay you. I mean just like with the writers. I mean they've had to do something else. Yeah but but the writers was just the first step right. It wasn't you know there's still a lot of holes in that deal but it was. You know it was on the right track anyway. Yeah it's GonNa take but I think eventually everybody will get what they deserve. Yeah yeah absolutely our industry but yeah but everywhere. Yeah it's just a very very different world and I even find myself watching a Lotta television on the Internet. It's really funny and it's just it's just this thing were you know you can always watch it either on TV or on you know and not what it is. 'cause sometimes you don't have the time and Right right and then and then you get impatient. I'm I'm very impatient watching anything in real time. Now me to me too. I won't do it. Yeah I how record it and watch it later young so I can skip the commercials. Which then sort of knocks hole in holes in the whole financial structure of the way at least mainstream. Tv works advertiser driven so. Yeah so what? Are you going to do? Lots of lots of things to be ironed out any sensory absolutely. It's like great technology but home Senate problems as always yes. That's the way it is. It is yeah I really WanNa thank you for taking the time to speak me. I've had a great time and looking for some of the things you've done and and a lot of memorable roles I mean it's I've been. I've been very fortunate. It seems to keep happening. How many actors can say. I played Bobby Kennedy. Not only once but twice. Yeah so that's pretty good. I mean certainly icon of the twentieth century and then as a privilege and to be on series like you know Star Trek. Once you're in one of those it's like you're you're part of history just doesn't Never goes away. I am very much appreciative of the whole star Trek just to be part of that part of that history because it just seems to me that you know the whole mythos of it revolves around some kind of optimistic feeling about about the future and that that cultures and societies and stuff finding ways to work together and live together. You know and and I think that's a really important message to be you know to carry. I mean especially the original series. Yes on that. It's just you know there. There's a a real message of optimism there absolutely so it's nice to be part of that history. Absolutely well thank you again. It's been a pleasure. This is Tony till auto. Thanks again for listening..
"steven a." Discussed on ARTICULATE with Steve McJones
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"steven a." Discussed on ARTICULATE with Steve McJones
"steven a." Discussed on WGN Radio
"On Stevens at Spencer will throw in a hash mark across from us forty two twenty eight Penn state Wall goes to boo boo eight jobs left with it changed by Tomari Wheeler now back to the right movies pounds that dribble it's a high screen for me on moving right help from Harold on who wi it now it down the lane stops puts up a jumper short of the front of the room where the arms to Harry here's Wheeler the other way for Penn state stops three point line directs traffic aides miles dread out in front there is a foul inside or bright young bumping pero as the second on Ryan the Penn state will take it out under the basket dread the trigger hi love bought by Wheeler just inside the record line hard bouncy inside deflected off the Hera out of bounds northwestern ball back to back turnovers to start the second half for Penn state we will bring it up we were guarding here this man to be a pen state defense hi mom called by your own hi post against terror ansaroff Spencer at the ball knocked away Spencer gets too bad looks repaired the quarter we low right Ryan young back out Spencer doesn't shoot we will for three no good at the rebound here having another tough day shooting the ball from long distance he's only taken three now here is hello world spins to his right put it up off the rim no good cop rips down the Reba to the other and accelerates model Wheeler short jumper got it who a with just the second field goal of the game twelve point gave forty two thirty Penn state eighteen twelve to go and state to the other end Wheeler and all the dread gives it off to la DFL Wheeler fell on extended records of the tech drives it and get to the room laser the more you Wheeler now the points top speeds of low left to Ryan young bangs into her works is wind speeds to was let's put it in off the glass forty four thirty two young with four Wheeler to the other at adding it off to London now dread near side Stevens pull up on the right baseline the fade away for Stevens now with twelve at its forty six thirty two beyond the three point line left side going into a posting Spencer cut in there and nobody picked him up he lays it in forty six thirty four Spencer now with the the the dress takes the three leaves it fires a seventeen footer TV is heating up ten now for miles dress forty eight thirty four Houston to loosen lips moving right behind he was pulling into the latest take it the other way Stevens it sits in the corner dread one hands it left quarter back to Stevens give it all the way across there's Lundy dancing for Wheeler back around three Paul good there are the three point line which we call there's a fellow as young receive the pass second on him this he goes up that's for a while to come back yet and what goes out the Wildcats Pete dance returns spelled the cats yeah we highlight dance three point line I think those two Bruins takes a look at the real feeds a little right okay give gifts which is way too late operate under move dicey scores of young fifty one thirty six young now with six in the game the circle what day off the Wheeler fell on extended left to give up top for three no good rebound young jobs into the front door instead houses that the defense pulls up for three mystic rebound Stevens Mar Stevens to the other end is it off the Wheeler said to screen for Wheeler who try to stay with the party Wheeler the pass outside to what he was elected by still made its way to what the low right block is big John back out to one day it will put up with three this bit long rebounds for Paul yeah Wheeler time out sixteen oh six to go back in the older rent your home sure you do too late thanks to the easy.
"steven a." Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"Welcome to the breakfast leadership. podcast this this is Michael. And I've got Steven Kuhn on the line with me today. Hey Steven how are you. Are you Michael doing great. Thanks for having me awesome. Glad you're here Steve near the principle of Ketu precision engine management so. Tell the audience some of the things that you're doing what I'm doing right now. Well you know. I've I've offline consultant for almost twenty years all over the globe mostly Salihi in Europe. I worked with Everyone from top tier politician Politicians in Europe and as well as rockstars like I worked with Mick Jagger I worked with Olivia Newton John and Andrea Bocelli. But what I basically do as a turn businesses around so I find Sola preneurs entrepreneurs and business owners Who are in trouble and I help them fix their trouble in new Ford with with the principles With a program called immediate impact and with the principles based based on hit which is why some people call me. The hitman hit stands for honesty integrity and transparency. We can get into that in a minute not scrape. So I'm guessing you probably see see a lot of similarities in organizations in why they're struggling and you're in trouble and you know so. Tell some of those stories without breaking breaking the secrets of who you helped. But you know when you're working with the likes of Jagger and a living in John and Jillian everybody else it's like and world leaders. It's like so you obviously have impacted influence so great to hear you know some of the insights on what are some of the counter things you encounter. Well it's So many to start the thing is that I I always i. You gotta realize when I walk into a business into an office into someone's place in the into it doesn't matter who it it is. I mean I've sat with the you know the highest royals in Europe. You know dined with kings and Queens and the whole point is this as a hit man. That's what they call me as a hitman. The honesty part of it of the honesty integrity transparency. The honesty part is about me being honest with myself. Where am I who am I what am I saying? Why am I doing it? What's my what's my purpose and all these kind of things honesty that I have with myself must be pure and then the way I communicate that honesty to the outside world is my transparency? Now you're not transparent with everything of course it's only to the degree the situation dictates it but because of that you show up was zero expectation. Expectation was zero prefixes so to say like showing up saying Oh and all this is going to work and you show up wholly and fully for the person. That's in front of you and when you do that you're at their level. One one hundred percent. They feel immediately at ease and they allow you into their space. That's what real networking is by the way. And you know this is how I approach all of all these people so when I do that I see you know the depths of there's of their of their problems in their business every business problem is based on a person almost also always But you can't go in saying that obviously because it's not my problem you know it's the sales team so I always go in and do what I call immediate impact revenue. You find money really quick and that gets their mind off the money and We can and we can end up talking to them about the real problems in their business or the real challenges in business but some typical you know constants that I see is lack of organization lack of KPI's lack of measuring No they're not solving having a problem. We just have a product for me number one. If you're if you're businesses not solving a problem you're GONNA have a heck of a time staying above water I mean even the smallest weirdest does things that solve a problem. They explode so for me that someone and you know what a big one is. They have a nice logo. And all this kind of stuff in a brand but no and Not No one. But many do not take time to work on their branding messaging so their mission vision value proposition. They always think it's this fluff but that gives the direction of the company. And it tells you exactly why you sell unil- why will make the by you know as you say so Package all of these mistakes that I see over the last twenty years to put them into a program that we can talk about later as well. You know it's great. And he highlighted something right off the bat in a couple things you know the the no like entrusting people will buy live from people that they know like trust and when you go in like you did and establish. Hey you know we're on the same level here that automatically creates the comfort level because if you're coming in as a quote unquote consultant and you know everything. There is always that apprehension in an actually makes the client feel feel less of themselves like. I don't know what we're doing you do. And even if they're happy that you're there they're still that element of a separation the distance and that often limits quite. Frankly you know what type of revenue generated from that client. Because there's that gap there but it hit another thing that happens commonly as organizations bringing people to help them with the problem and when consultants and coaches. Che's in get in there. I would say the majority of the time you say okay. Yeah that's what you think your problems. But you're actual problem. Is this but I love your approach on. Okay let's address. The thing that they say is the problem. Let's fix that if we can sooner than later. L. Suddenly go I can breeze right and then you proceed with everything else. You WanNa do right. Because it's their perception right. I mean you know you have to address their perception I I. Would I try to change it. That's their perception. Their reality perception is reality. So you WanNa go on an address them completely and you WanNa address it in the way that they wanted addressed this. It's just like when I talk. Mike Clients who want to pitch for investors or the pitch deck or something they always ask for my structure of how that I would pitch and I said no you need to ask the person you're pitching for their structure do it in in their language do it in a in a in a in a form that they're used to so when they look at your pitch they know exactly where to look for the numbers for the number for for anything they WANNA look because it's the same one they always use. You always want to put yourself in their shoes. What do they WANNA see? What do they want to hear? And that's not that's not bowing down. Expectations doing is clear enough. Any blocks or or any reason for them to say no if I show up with a pitch say pitch deck that has three solutions in it for their business and it's in their format. What do you think is going to happen? You know they're gonNa take me period absolutely even even back in the day. When I was working for organizations for went out on my own I would do this on anybody? WHO's looking for job? A highly recommend US figure out what your during the interview. What their problem points are and then come in with a thirty sixteen ninety day? Plan of what you're GONNA do for your first thirty sixty ninety days of working there. Make sure you use the logo that they use. Make sure you use the same font. The using their materials They produced it in even if they don't hire you. I've heard this because I've talked to people in organizations that have done that they still take that slide deck and the whoever the higher they say okay implement these things out of burns the candidate a little bit. It's like wait a minute. I did other work. Sit Beano what that's paying it forward. Don't worry you'll find your thing but and also you can say hey. I helped out an organization. That didn't even pay me so I wouldn't put that you're marketing material. But it's just one of those things. Where you you with the branding and in everything of you make it feel like that? You are part of their team. You go in that door on it just knocks down so many barriers and you can really make some impact with some organizations. It's funny you're talking about that. That's exactly what quantum physics is right. So you're doing on the practical terms. The the you know the say the metaphysical terms terms when you want to get somewhere go somewhere and you want to set a goal to be at a certain time in your life at a certain place. Exactly what you do you you assume or you say you envision that it's already happening and you're grateful for it so you present life to yourself as if it's already there so if I want to be living in Spain in three years when I meditate when early in the morning. I'm in Spain. I'm enjoying my life. It's three years later. My let my wife and kids are there this right so I enjoy that so I tricked myself into my brain into thinking. I'm actually in Spain and basically you're doing the same thing but in a in a physical form where you say look. I'm already employees. I'm already working for you guys ear. My Solutions Silas role and that actually is a psychological like you said. It's a psychological gap that most people don't ever bridge So yeah it's an excellent tip there Sir thank you I forget where I learned it and whoever showed it to me twenty something years ago I thank them. Maybe they'll reach shout to me and say it was me or I'll get a little saves me it's like I don't know who argue so so tell us about you. Know the revenue until you're talking about a little bit before And and how it works and and you know what impact you've seem in with organisations that have implemented right so the scale companies you know up until the millions of six seven eight figures You know I've done everything from from mortgage banking to two movies to security Music rock bands and all kinds of stuff and also a lot of classic businesses over one hundred businesses over twenty in my own business and the one thing I saw was that most people at the small to medium level can't afford a consultant so nowadays online big problem is is everyone's paged by facebook. Ad Course go go make money And most people don't realize that facebook ads course by will not make you money. It'll cost you money and then you're gonNA blow your money early on ads because you don't know how to do half the business so I also saw that. A lot of charlatans are online who have absolutely no experience or twenty sixty six years old talking talking about consulting eight figure businesses and they've never actually owned a business or actually been in business or worked for a business like that And it's just rampant so fifteen. Eighteen months ago I decided to end my offline business and go one hundred percent online which I wasn't that time the only thing I use facebook for it was pictures of my family family and so I decided online but didn't know what to do I'd no idea about online and I knew I couldn't do it myself so I started doing facebook lives in my In my a demographic which is the veterans space and within three months because I was giving out free value teaching businesses how to start business marketing all kinds of stuff. People come to me and say hey. Can you go deeper with this and can you help.
"steven a." Discussed on The Cool Kids Table Podcast
"I understand that's what everybody that's not everybody but i don't think it even my argument is not with gunter against it's my argument always how easy it is to kick. I got a gun. Could i'm fucking wetback. I have no fucking paper trail or nothing. I got a gun now. This was too easy. I didn't tell my parents had a gun or anything 'cause they'd be like you know like i told you know say. Hey look this situation. The other people didn't know who the fuck it was. It was just in case as with all that should die down. I don't need eh. I've been shooting shot what the homemade so gauche it. Yeah you know and i didn't need it. I don't want to me personally. That's not for me. Fill me and i don't care you can have a gun stephen. Your friends have guns. My parents guide doesn't affect me. The thing i always how easy it is to get guns. People always say to look look at chicago. Look at detroit. They are anti guns to legal to get guns. They're comment violence because everywhere around there you could get through folks like vegas. You just go by. Come back my when i i lived in georgia for year. I don't know if you remember the number but my dad walked in to a fucking punch body bought a gun wiped out the same day with at least how fun you gotta wait but the carter like a cooling off period that on minimum wire from you know what i mean but <hes> you're right. It's it's too easy to to legally. We're really access access to gun caches kimbro and it's ever going to change and it's never gonna change people's own. Oh fuck no. We're never gonna change it a homey. I'm sorry but there's no way if somebody comes to me right. Now i mean i appreciate what i got caribbean so i'm gonna i'm gonna shine you but if somebody just you know they. They have a throw away at their house with some she does. Somebody have you five hundred bucks right now. For five hundred bucks my every little bit better than i gun especially rents do when you're backed up and you got no food. I'm going to have it to mean that they're cloaked out or their tweaked out or whatever five hundred foot fucked is gonna have had so long shot. I take it you don't do that. I don't know the answer but i think the question is. Why do we continue to have so many mass shootings. Owner onion is stupid as fuck. You can't yes yes thank you. You're kinda. Kinda takes your credibility away and i love your end but the one article they posted like they refresh it. The the only country where this ever happens is does not know what to do about their mass shooting problem filming okay so how will do we control that epidemic. It's an epidemic dude. That shit is there's drills for this at school. There's proved backpacks. There's fucking teachers should be on. What kind of conversation is that like. Hey teachers should have gone to what the fuck what does that mean like. Teachers should have one of the teachers should be on what though foot we're so used to this that honestly if there was i hope not. I hope not in the next two weeks. There's a commissioning. We'd be like fuck off. Seven people died. We'll sweet. It was only seven of them. It could have been worse what the folks that are people just lots of life children's starting perfect way to say. It's just like it could have been worse. They do no one enough just the trauma of trauma especially kids. I would never ever want my kid to fucking ever experienced anything like that and that's the thing that's where. I think we'll see change parkland. There was these kids on twitter. Live streaming the fuck you hear the fucking backpack yeah. That's crazy way to grow with the. I remember columbine. I don't remember it but i remember getting home from school and just seeing like over and over lube like the kid jumping up like it was like a second story window. You're a little younger but i remember seeing this just being like what the fuck is going on like. There's a school shooting and the next day at school. My teachers talk like an earthquake drill because they didn't know what to do. At back danny no that was and it was just like if you ever get a fucking whatever and then as we got older older you just sandy hook you gotta remember to like partly like the humanitarian right as far as like what was good guy with the gun that that fucking cop that especially when their kids how do you tell i mean. I don't know i'm within they've been against what i'm about to say. How do you tell okay. You're a copper. Let's say you're a cop. You know what your swan do desire above all it. You need to take out the threat regardless but it's fucking eleven-year-old kit. We can do and you have daughter at home this five four four adventure. She's gonna hit eleven yeah. That's how you're gonna see. How do you tell that guy at union. <unk> black kid away and it's like some. Might you know you're going to get some guys. I don't fuck and i'll fucking. I'll fucking do this fucking do that but chances are. You probably won't when you're put in that situation. You know what i'm saying like. I could probably sit here and say the same thing. I'll just go one fucking bullet. Take out that fucking kid. I save these other few hundred. It might be easy to say that but in that moment yeah i mean i understand that 'cause little the happens with the soldiers they have to not have to but they over afghanistan fighting children's sometimes and yet they come back black folk the because yeah they had to do it for the greater good write quote unquote greater good team defeated evil in the two mission you complete commission. They come back and they're not the same person a lot of them. Fucking p._t._s._d. Is a real thing and and it is. It doesn't just have it from war. You know what i i mean but you know i take another. You know were so so worried about everything else going on you know about logan do about how all these people are immigrants or any just other dumb shit fucking. Let's let's raise the prices on gas so we're i can tell you in a fixture fucking roads. What about like homelessness bro that god's do. I get so annoyed when i see all these celebrities and shit that oh uh-huh especially when it's countries that they're not from you know like the economy on with africa and like brought electricity. They're fucking dope. Dope shit yeah. That's where your roots are but when you get like you know people that go to different countries. They fucked over there and they start. Benefits are doing all this so the ship over there but it's the kids here. What about what about kids here. What about focus on homeless people here. That's socialism. You know what i mean. I i mean 'cause you know like all we'll. Let's fix this country for astray and it's like that social nano. Let's not do that then. That's just a great mean. That's been floating around the last few weeks but i get what you're saying. Okay okay personally this what i say in order to change the world. You've got to change the world around you in order to change the world around you you gotta inch yourself right so okay. Let's we can't why can't we do both so i'm not saying to argue with you but i just meaning their countries where they don't have water. They don't have whatever okay let. Let's set aside some time for that. Some effort some energy some money but also okay homelessness. What's the issue here drug rampage opiate okay. Maybe we should stop fucking manufacturing. This billion dollar industry in florida like literally like the clinic was next door to the pharmacy like you just go in. Hey i need this connects to give you this profit. You don't give a fuck about their back then. You don't give a fuck about anything you just trying to make a quick dollar. If a drug dealer did that it'd be fucking doing life like you look. How many people you need a corporation does and it's just like oh. That's cool. That's that's. That's the bottom line. Is you have a piece of paper that caused you dr exactly that was wrong here but if he's a paper that says you can do it. No no no no like okay okay homelessness mental health okay. Maybe we should start opening up molten more mental health facilities incentivize therapists therapists psychologists all these people to want to pursue that career making their wiley right making more money than either dealing with all these kind of things on a daily. They should get paid more. I'm okay with. I think everybody else would agree. We're gonna homeless while the street why because they're being diagnosed. Some pills are good. There's a lot of them. That aren't if you know how to take them. Whatever like you gotta headache tickle pills. You feel better cool. Stop yemane. Some people abuse anything right anything but these people schizophrenic fucking depression whatever whatever mental health mental illness they have is. There's a facility facility not for them. The money gonna come from those trillion dollars. We're spending a war the money's there we're just not using it the right way to the places. If you start fucking opening up these places getting them off the street more importantly getting them help. You're gonna stop seeing that. Some people have episode suit where they just kinda relapse and then just a lot of times people goal clinically depressed for like a year and after a traumatic event somebody died car accident accident tough loss in the family fucking went from six figures to making no money you know these things affect people in different ways so they could just check in and i think the stigmas not there like it used to be some people will just do. I need some help so now. They're not living on the street you get them back on the prison like prisoners it should be. I think it's well technically it's for like what's the word i'm looking forward to tation and no it's not no. It's not because because you know they come out and it's it becomes. Are they know it becomes like the the so the way that they wanna live now because it's for profit. You're in there to make that company money. You're not in it to get better. You're not in there to become a better person to learn from your mistakes. You're in there to make some money for that corporation and they don't give a fuck about you. You're just number literally our number. They put one on your head and it all boils down to the same thing. Follow the money. I don't consider myself to be knowing everything. I just try to educate myself with these conversations. When i started you know me you. Iran is the j. fucking ernie. I remember there was threats like hundreds of contract and so some things you said resonated with me right. Is he agreed. You'd with iran. I kinda agree with some. We went back and forth on. I told you now that all three of you have been on here. I'm getting four of us together. Just talk like this same ship which is as you know. We're all homeys and made me not better my argument but look into it like okay. I need to be aware of what's going on. Because how am i going to have a comment on this this without knowing it and not that i didn't know anything about it but just kind of like okay. Let me let me see what else i can learn from this and i didn't i was i don't care about guns had five in the hallways kristie so i just like to me. It's mental health. There's a lot of issues out there..
"steven a." Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Above and beyond what happened. We're on the same age. We'll just we'll be morally. Wurley as they come. Trust me, the people. So our boss. Like the bit about what you said about Mickey, and he thinks I'm solid be at least by the. I don't know. The difference in sizes you size matters. I don't. I don't I mean I just know when I see what it is. That's what that's why. Tryst. Chris trying to figure out how to bake is move. I jump up and down. They'll go. They'll go. That's wonderful. That's really great visual. So we saw magic yesterday on Steven A, and he took a flame thrower to rob Pelinka. He absolutely gutted. The guy said that he was a backstabber said that he's the reason the magic is gone, so that he can't be trusted the people from around the league called him that other agents had called him that everybody understands that rob Pelinka is not a guy to be trusted. I mean, he couldn't have been more critical in his commentary than he was yesterday on Stephen a rob goes onto his press conference later in the day during the introduction of Frank Vogel, and was asked about his relationship with Magic Johnson and the perception of that. I think the most important thing for me is the, the two years of getting to work side by side with urban are some of the greatest memories. I have in sports and work. He's an unbelievable person to work with he fills the room with joy and vision, and truly it, saddening and disheartening to think he believes. Are misperception? I think all of us in life, probably have been through things where maybe there's third party whispers, or he said, she said things that aren't true, and I have talked him several times since he decided to step away. We've had many joyful conversations. In fact, two days ago, we were reliving the combine and the fourth pick. And talking about the great future that this franchise has. So these things are surprising to hear and disheartening, but I look forward the opportunity to talk with him, and sit down with him, and work through them, just like in any relationship because they're just simply not true. I stand beside him. I stand with him as a colleague as a partner. I've always supported everything. He's done and we'll continue to. And I think that's the best way to address that, you know, interesting because he said that he spoke in a magic multiple times since then. And basically, none of this was brought to his attention at all did it need. Need to be brought to his attention? I mean like you know what you did. You know why left? I don't have to address you about the situation at all. Like, why should I like just because you had a conversation with me, their conversation might have been at a bare minimum because we happen to be at the same dinner function together, it would have been very awkward and odd to be at a function in a circle of people in, I didn't say hi to you, or say, what's up to everybody that was there. Right. I said, hi, hi. Hi, got to you, and I skipped over you. So I'm still address she. But it makes his rob makes us ally. Compensation was forty five minutes on the phone, and we would just, hey man, we going with the Lakers. No, I don't think so. I think it was quite like that key the this idea..