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BlockFi Sues Sam Bankman-Fried Over Robinhood Shares

The Breakdown

02:03 min | 4 hrs ago

BlockFi Sues Sam Bankman-Fried Over Robinhood Shares

"Now when it comes to the crypto contagion story, not much has changed since yesterday. There is still a conspicuous lack of updates from genesis and digital currency group, although some amount of doom posting has subsided. Whether that's because there's new information or simply declining engagement with that doom posting, it's not exactly clear. Still, for those looking for a sliver of hopium, yesterday, massari's Ryan selk wrote, I am 90% confident that genesis does not need to go into chapter 11. That would be a strategic choice, but not a necessity. Beyond that, the most interesting follow-up to yesterday's contagion stories is a bit of bankruptcy to Ted between BlockFi and FTX. If you listen to the show yesterday, you know that BlockFi filed for chapter 11 on Monday. Well, on the same day, they also sued Sam bankman freed. Their complaint is aimed at emergent fidelity technologies, which is one of Sam's wholly owned holding companies. The suit is demanding that emergent, AKA Sam, turn over, quote unquote, unspecified collateral, which would be interesting on its own. However, according to loan documents seen by the Financial Times, the collateral in question is SPF's Robinhood shares. Remember, earlier this year, Sam bought about 7.6% of Robinhood, which sparked massive rumors that he was going to try to acquire the company outright. So here's the core of the suit. BlockFi claims that on November 9th, which was of course when everything was falling apart for FTX, but a couple days before its bankruptcy, emergent signed an agreement to guarantee Alameda's obligations to BlockFi, pledging a certain common stock as a security. When it appears like from the outside and looking back, was that as Sam was frantically trying to save FTX in Alameda from crumbling under their own weight, he tried to get BlockFi to chill out on calling do some of Alameda's deaths by pledging his Robin Hood stock as collateral. Now, importantly, earlier this month, FT also reported that based on signal messages they had seen, SPF had at the same time been trying to sell his Robin Hood shares to various parties directly. Those sale attempts continued right on through signing this pledge all the way until the evening of November 10th. However, whatever deal BlockFi thought it had was shot all to hell when FTX filed for bankruptcy.

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Sen. Mike Lee: What Is the 'Respect for Marriage Act?'

Mark Levin

01:54 min | 5 hrs ago

Sen. Mike Lee: What Is the 'Respect for Marriage Act?'

"I need you to walk America through this step by step Why in the hell was there a marriage bill during this lame duck session in the Senate that Republicans supported many of them negotiated And that most of the American people have no idea what's taking place here What happened here Well in a nutshell the bill was designed to in effect codify the obergefell willing Some people were getting nervous based on justice That same sex marriage Yes about same sex marriage Decision was issued in 2015 by the Supreme Court that declared there to be a constitutional right to same sex marriage Justice Thomas mentioned in his concurring opinion in the Dobbs case He mentioned the obergefell case and suggested that it ought to be reviewed perhaps to figure out whether substantive due process was appropriate for that But didn't even say it should be overruled It was only justice saying that but a bunch of people said well we've got to codify it And so they proceeded with it Look in saying that they're ignoring the fact That obergefell is not going away The story decis that doctrine the Supreme Court uses to decide whether to keep relying on precedent doesn't play the same way with same sex marriage as it did with abortion Nobody thinks it's going away But the Democrats decided they needed to codify it anyway So once they started doing that I said hey you know we've got to be careful here because if you're not careful we're going to end up accidentally declaring all religious institutions bigots and in violation of a number of federal civil rights laws

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Biden Nuclear Official Charged With Stealing Woman's Luggage

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:54 min | 10 hrs ago

Biden Nuclear Official Charged With Stealing Woman's Luggage

"This is the guy in charge of the nukes. I mean, he's a big uppity up over at the Department of Energy. And his name is Sam brenton. And he and the, what's the Large Marge over at HHS? Wait, wait. Doctor Rachel Levine. Doctor Levine. She's a bigger. Two peas it upon. That's a big pond. That's a sturdy fellow over there. Anyway, they're both men pretending to be women. Yes. And Sam britton apparently is in hot water. You know, he took a leave of absence of September and nobody, nobody bothered to ask any questions. The media said absolutely nothing about this. Nothing at all. I mean, this was a high profile dude. They were doing stories about this guy and Large Marge like incessantly. Yeah. It was like a day in the life single day. I mean, I was to be honest, I am surprised that these two guys were not picked to be swimsuit models for Sports Illustrated. Fair enough. Just say it. Women of the year. Anyway, now we know what happened to Sam brenton. He is facing up to 5 years in prison and a $10,000 fine. You'd already did grace baker. What in the world did he do? He stole a woman's luggage. Wait a minute. He's got to be getting paid pretty well, right? Got to. Got to. Would you steal woman's luggage? So the suitcase odor alerted place. This all happened at the Minneapolis St. Paul airport. And officers reviewed video surveillance. Everything they got cameras everywhere in the airport. And they saw Sam brinton taking this woman's luggage. He removed the tag that identified the owners, so this is all intentional. And walked out of the airport. It was

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Kyle Seraphin: FBI Waited a Year to Investigate Jan. 6 Bomber

The Dan Bongino Show

01:47 min | 11 hrs ago

Kyle Seraphin: FBI Waited a Year to Investigate Jan. 6 Bomber

"The first one was a story yesterday I was making the rounds I was going to get to it on my show unfortunately I didn't It was a story about a whistleblower and the January 6th bomber case And the whistleblower has told someone in the media that apparently the FBI the Washington field office specifically he took a year to open up a case on this alleged bomber who was alleged to have planted bombs in front of the DNC and the RNC that day before the January 6th incident there Well what would take so long to do that I mean I thought this was a big national security case I mean the insurrection and all that stuff They seem to be really interested in everyone else who showed up on January 6th What are your thoughts on that Well I mean it's pretty troubling So you may already know this but I was assigned to Washington field office on January 6th 2021 And I was there for a few more months until I left That was full 5 years of being there And at that time I was assigned to a surveillance squad in the second or maybe the third week of January My team was put on a potential subject of the pipe bomber case and we followed him for maybe a week and a half and change And then we were pulled from that assignment which we were told was a high priority assignment at the time to go and sit in our office and re January 6 leads that came in from the dregs of society that got forwarded over from West Virginia at what's called end talk And so I was always shocked by that I reached out to my buddies recently to find out if that ever got you know if they ever got retasked to that assignment and they didn't And so I'm wondering if they just dropped the ball so dramatically for a nefarious purpose or for incompetence but either way it's bizarre because that was the most terrorist like activity that we saw on that day And that was the thing that I'd be the most concerned about just as a regular citizen let alone being a law enforcement professional

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Bernie Brillstein Sad Tale of John Belushi’s Last Days

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:44 min | 19 hrs ago

Bernie Brillstein Sad Tale of John Belushi’s Last Days

"We're sitting at the palm one day and my manager is telling him, hey, this is my man AJ, we got a lot of things planned and gossiped and TV show that and Bernie was listening. As he's picking food off the plate, and I said to him, can I ask you about John Belushi? And my manager Howard, you know, kind of kicking my knee under the table as if to say, come on, come on. No, no, no. But I could tell Bernie would be cool. And he said to me, yeah, kid, what do you want to know? And before I could ask a pointed question, Bernie launched into how difficult it was at the end to manage John the addict. Not the talent. To manage the addict. And one story stick stuck with him forever. And you could sense it when he told the story. It was kind of, I guess, customary for managers back then to well, maybe John asked him whatever, but Bernie had kept a bunch of money in his safe that John had earned, and he kept a bunch of it in a safe, so John wouldn't waste it on shit. He was looking out for him. And at one point, during his really crazy, hazy drug days, he visited Bernie and he wanted that money from the safe. He asked for 1500 bucks in cash, and Bernie said, no, no, I'm not going to give it to you, John. You're going to waste it you're going to blow it on drugs, bullshit. You got a lot of things happening. You got a movie script. You got two movies waiting for you. There was a movie he wanted him to make called the joy of sex. There was the fatty arbuckle movie and Bernie was thinking about all that money coming in. And 1500 bucks on a Friday night or whatever the fuck it was. No, that could be a bunch of problems. But John kept bugging him. It's my money, Bernie. It's my money, Bernie. I'm not going to give you the money. You're going to use it on drugs, John. But eventually, he relented and as he said to me, what can I do? It's his money. He earned it. How could I keep it from him? So he relented and later that day he gave Belushi the cash and the rest is history. He spent that money on a bunch of drugs, cocaine and heroin, and that's how he died later at the chateau marmont. Injecting a speedball into his arm. So Bernie always felt somewhat responsible for that death.

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Tim Tebow Opens Up With a Fun and Odd Story About Cocoa Puffs

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:05 min | 1 d ago

Tim Tebow Opens Up With a Fun and Odd Story About Cocoa Puffs

"His name is Tim Tebow, and it's always a joy to have him on the program. Tim, welcome back. I appreciate it. How you doing, man? I'm doing all right. You're always busy doing wonderful things. You have a new book out called the one year devotional mission possible. I love that title. It's a 365 day devotional of inspiration. You have always been an inspiring figure, even before you were saying very much publicly, just when you were playing college football, you have this desire in you to inspire people. And the first thing I want to ask you before we talk about the book is do you remember as a kid when that happened or were you always like that even as a little kid? Because that's just a beautiful value and I remember when I just knew you as somebody playing college football, I thought there's just something beautiful about somebody who actually cares to inspire other people that he hasn't met or maybe we'll never meet. Well, I think I had two amazing examples in my mom and my dad that actually influence was something that they talked about all the time with us that every day you have a chance to impact the people you're around and if God gives you a big platform or it gives you a small platform whatever it is we all have the chance to influence and I remember as a very young boy we were in public and we were walking by the Nile and I put in a bad cereal. I believe it was cocoa puffs and then a dad in his son came up and said, hey my son, he saw you and I was only a few years older playing sports, but I was still young and he saw you and you were his hero and he put cocoa puffs and I was like, oh man, I knew I just impacted him in a bad way because that's obviously not a good thing for you and my mom used it as a learning lesson is look. You know, you're only and I don't even remember I was young and before I was even in high school and I had influence and how it impacted people and she just always talk about the ripple effects of all of our decisions

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Bahamas AG Defends Its Crypto Savvy in Wake of FTX Crash

The Breakdown

01:53 min | 1 d ago

Bahamas AG Defends Its Crypto Savvy in Wake of FTX Crash

"To sum up where we left off, the last non interview show was Saturday November 19th. At that point, we had discussed how the $420 million meme raise went directly into Sam's pockets, how Sam's white collar crime lawyers had fired him as a client, how the SEC, the CFTC, and the DoJ all said their investigating, and how new CEO chief overseeing the restructuring John ray claimed that the bahamian bankruptcy was at odds with the U.S. process and further that given that The Bahamas asked for FTX to transfer some assets to them after the chapter 11 bankruptcy was declared that they might actively be compromised as well. And this gets us to one of the stranger dimensions of this whole conflict, which is the international dimension. On Sunday Night, Ryan pinder, who's The Bahamas attorney general, as well as the senator and the minister for legal affairs, made a national address detailing the nation's view of the FTX collapse. One might hope that he would use this as a chance to denounce the fraudulent practices that the company perpetuated. But, alas. That is not what we saw. Instead, pinder characterized the collapse as a quote insolvency crisis, which has been, quote, experienced around the world in practically every sector. He claimed the case should be properly understood as a quote very large business failure as a result of questionable internal management practices and corporate governance. He viewed the catalyst of the FTX collapse as the exchange suffering a liquidity crunch or a run on the bank. And of course, we've seen this framing in media sources as well. Basically blaming binance CEO CZ for instigating a bank run on a competitor and treating the collapse as a normal corporate failure rather than asking why FTX failed to be able to service customer withdrawals, especially given that their terms of service laid out the customer funds were held on trust rather than used for other purposes. Now, sidebar, this is one of the most important things to be paying attention to right now. As relating this entire situation. It is extremely clear that Sam is trying to turn this story his FTX story into one of managerial and competence rather than fraud and deception. This is to be clear another lie.

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Donald Trump Has Dinner With Kanye West, Nick Fuentes at Mar-a-Lago

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 1 d ago

Donald Trump Has Dinner With Kanye West, Nick Fuentes at Mar-a-Lago

"But that said I'm getting all these emails and texts from friends and foes Alike foes I don't know how they get my contact information And the big story for the last several days has been Donald Trump at Mar-a-Lago Nothing new with that right By the way he's the ex-president But there's always a 5 alarm fire when it comes to the median other people when it comes to Donald Trump I don't quite get it But here we are And of course you know Kanye West and somebody named Nick Fuentes Well honestly I never heard of before Let alone saw what he looked like We're at Mar-a-Lago And met with president Trump for lunch I think Kanye West and president Trump go back a ways Nick Fuentes the president said he didn't know that the guy was and I remind him before And Kanye West who wanted to see president Trump brought him and apparently a few other people with him And president Trump put out a statement stating an I paraphrase that Kanye West is troubled and he wanted to talk to him That he had treated him well so he agreed to meet with him and spoke to him Now Kanye West is a reprobate He is now at least and out of the closet Jew hating anti semite And come to learn this Nick Fuentes is the same And a Holocaust denier and a white supremacist

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Sebastian and Chris Kohls Talk Spielberg's 'Raiders of the Lost Ark'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:03 min | 1 d ago

Sebastian and Chris Kohls Talk Spielberg's 'Raiders of the Lost Ark'

"We go on, you mentioned you got very entertained last week or you entertained yourself by porkins, one of the Star Wars characters, who is in raiders, right? Easy. Oh yeah, he is. Of course he is. At the beginning, in the college, one of the government agents. One of the men from the ministry from the defense ministry Department of Defense. That's poor kids. I didn't even that never clicked until this moment. That's amazing. Didn't either of you ever go to Sunday school? And that guy's face is colleagues face. It looks like he's eating a lemon when he asks. Such a superb scene. I mean, just the chalkboard, the headpiece of the staff of ra, and then he opens the book and magically, that book with 2000 pages opens on the page with a picture of the ARP, right? Just happens to open on that page and you know what, that's the great thing about those movies. I've never thought about how a magical moment that is until just now. It definitely occurs to me that that was weird. But, you know, back then, in the 80s, that was kind of how things were done. You just did things for convenience sometimes, but I'm watching this documentary how they made it. They put so much work into it. They really loved the craft of filmmaking. You know what's interesting about raiders in that documentary I watched Steven Spielberg says that George Lucas wrote Raiders of the Lost Ark based on his own actual beliefs about what happened to the ark. He wrote an adventure story around his own research about the ark believing that the ark is available to be discovered somewhere. Well, there is a theory that it is in Ethiopia. Have you followed that? Graham Hancock's book, there is a church in Ethiopia that says they have the ark and every year once a year, they bring it out and they have a parade, but it is covered in only one man is ever allowed into the sanctum. Are you familiar with? I am, yeah, yeah, I've read about this, yeah. All right.

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Is Chris Sununu Running for President?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:28 min | 1 d ago

Is Chris Sununu Running for President?

"Where did you catch up with Christian uno? No, what was one of the rare phone interviews? Oh, that's fine. And what did he say to you? Is he running for president? If you read the story, kind of hedges on that. You know, I don't think it means this time, but I think that it's not something off the table for the future for new new. And I think this really interesting because he's charismatic, he's run and won four times. Now, a New Hampshire governor's term is only two years long. However, that's still four elections that you have to run in. And he's won. And he's right, he has governed as a conservative. He's not only run as a conservative, he has governed as a conservative. And successfully, in a state that is very, very independent, if people don't know this in the state of New Hampshire, more people are registered independent voters than they are Republican or Democrat. And so, you know, it's not an easy thing to just go ahead in a way. You don't just walk out and say, yeah, I'm running again, you guys. You have to work pretty hard for that.

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Washington Post Applauds Play Promoting Pedophilia

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:05 min | 1 d ago

Washington Post Applauds Play Promoting Pedophilia

"Post, and we've got this story up at Todd stern's dot com. The Washington Post has published a bizarre review of a play that promotes pedophilia. No, I'm not making this up. It's the most bizarre thing, but again, the story up at Todd starns dot com. And the play is called downstate, and The Washington Post says it's a brilliant production. The reviewer, a guy by the name of Peter marks, I don't know what I did to offend this guy, but I tried to reach out to mister marks to explain I wanted him to explain exactly why he is so enthralled with this play about pedophilia. And instead of returning my calls, he actually blocked me on Twitter. I don't know what that's all about. Anyway, the whole point of the production is that we should feel compassion and sympathy to those who are pedophiles. And The Washington Post calls that brilliant.

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Alec and Hilaria Baldwin Have Kid Problems

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:18 min | 1 d ago

Alec and Hilaria Baldwin Have Kid Problems

"But you'll like this. And you'll only get it from me. It's about our bowl, but in his wife hilaria and their children, okay? This comes on the heels of them posting Instagram picture on Thanksgiving, showing them in their 7 kids and was so hectic. Some kids weren't looking at the camera and they just wanted us to know this was an epic fail Thanksgiving ha ha he were all the same. We're all parents we get it. No, we're not the same because we don't hire professional photographers in our living room to set up and take a picture that might take 90 minutes. So we're not the same. But here's the story. The baldwins live in Manhattan. They send the kids to school in Brooklyn. Don't know why. It's not a private school. They're plenty of great schools in New York City. But they send their kids to the international school where lessons are taught in English, Spanish, and French, and you can guess which language hilaria wants the kids to be taught in. So I found out that their daughter Carmen goes to school in full goth makeup and this kid's in fourth grade. On top of that, their son Raphael has been telling students that his father quote murdered someone, but it's okay because he gets away with everything. This is also the kid you should know that wrote fucked you on his parents car when everything was going crazy. So something is wrong in their lives, even though they make us think it's Paradise. Kids are affected by everything. We can rarely hide things from kids. They see all dramas. But I mean, look, the parents of these children should be alarmed and, you know, take the kids home and talk to them, but no, not Alec and hilaria. They're telling people that, look, you know, this behavior by them is okay because they're only expressing themselves. Really? Is that what you think these kids are doing expressing themselves?

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How AJ and Courtney Love Buried the Hatchet

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:40 min | 1 d ago

How AJ and Courtney Love Buried the Hatchet

"When I wrote the Courtney Love story about her using heroin when she was pregnant, I was threatened with a lawsuit back in 1990 four, was it? But I stuck to my guns again. I knew my source was right. In one day, I lived in the building in the west village, the meatpacking district on her 95 horatio street believe it or not, Courtney Love lived there as well, and now one night we're both in the goddamn laundry room doing our laundry. And it was late at night because the machines were always never available during the day and, you know, we worked, et cetera, so you do your laundry at midnight, at 1 o'clock in the morning. And when she walked in and saw me, she made the sign of the crucifix when her thing is that she couldn't be near me. Like I was an evil force to deal with him, he started talking, I said, listen, you're a big story. You know that. You're always going to be a big story. But the source who gave me that story about you using is not a liar. I know I was tough to see that in print and it made you feel like shit, but I didn't write it maliciously or without knowing whether or not it was true. I never would have done that about a mother and a child. And she kind of understood when I met. When she began to get nice to me that night. And she said, look, I never used it while pregnant. And my daughter's my world, your story's not true, but I'm not going to look at you and treat you like shit. I just want to tell you a misinformed. I said, all right, Courtney, you know, and I remember walking, we lived in the same floor. And I had to pass her apartment to get to mine. So we're both bringing a laundry back to our rooms. And she gets the hard room. And she opens it up, and we talked for 30 seconds by her door. I remember her plot was so filthy. Pizza boxes, beer cans, every day, and Drew Barrymore was living with her at the time, or crashing there for a while, just a messy ass room, and you know, we parted kind of friendly, my daughter's my world, okay, you know, okay, you know what? Fine, no problem. And then after that talk, whenever I'd see her at a party or a function or a premiere, she always make it a point to say hello to me and she come over and give me a kiss on both cheeks. And that felt nice. Whatever you think of Courtney Love, it doesn't matter, but to have people or to have other celebrities see that I had her respect. That was important to me.

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Josh Jacobs' dramatic 86-yard OT run caps wild win for the Raiders over the Seahawks

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 d ago

Josh Jacobs' dramatic 86-yard OT run caps wild win for the Raiders over the Seahawks

"A touchdown password Green Bay before leaving the game with a rib injury in the third quarter. Michael Luang go Philadelphia. In Seattle, a breakout game for a raiders running back with an overtime exclamation point. Jim Bernard was there. Josh Jacobs rushed for a franchise record 229 yards and two touchdowns including an 86 yard run for the wind scoring overtime as the Las Vegas Raiders beat the Seattle Seahawks 40 to 34. Jacobs also had 74 receiving yards to give him 303 yards from scrimmage for the game. Coach Josh McDaniels says Jacobs does what it takes to win. I think toughness,

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 Chiefs slog their way past beat-up Rams for 26-10 victory

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 d ago

Chiefs slog their way past beat-up Rams for 26-10 victory

"Kansas City quarterback Patrick Mahomes opened with a touchdown pass to tight end Travis Kelce and the chiefs went on to beat the Los Angeles Rams 26 to ten. It was the only TD pass mahomes through on the day. We got to be better. I mean, obviously it's a great defense. We have a ton of respect for them. But we moved the ball kind of between the 20s and it seemed like we got down there and goal to go situations we weren't able to score. Mahomes finished with 27 completions on 42 attempts, rams quarterback where ice Perkins filled in for the injured Matt Stafford. He threw for a touchdown pass, but also had two interceptions. The defending Super Bowl champions are now three and 8. Greg eklund, Kansas City

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Joe Burrow's TD to Higgins lifts Bengals over Titans 20-16

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 d ago

Joe Burrow's TD to Higgins lifts Bengals over Titans 20-16

"Just as they did in the playoffs last season, the Cincinnati Bengals came into Nashville and knocked off the Tennessee Titans. This time by a score of 20 to 16. Bengals quarterback Joe burrow went 22 of 37 for 270 yards and a touchdown through the air while samaj P Ryan, filled in nicely for the injured Joe Mixon, carrying the ball 17 times for 58 yards at a score, as well as four catches for another 35 yards. P Ryan says getting into a rhythm early helped build his confidence in this one. His first start since 2020. If you can get into rhythm early, of course, is going to help and it's not only going to help me, but it's also going to help the team, you know, just eating the clock down, wearing a defense now, you know, keeping their offense on the sideline, keeping Derek in real and sideline. That's always a plus. The story of the game may have been the Cincinnati defense, holding two time NFL rushing leader Derrick Henry to a measly 38 yards on the ground. Jeremy kick over Nashville.

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After Belgium’s Loss to Morocco, Violence Breaks Out in Brussels

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 d ago

After Belgium’s Loss to Morocco, Violence Breaks Out in Brussels

"Riots wrapped in Brussels after Morocco beats Belgium by two nil in the World Cup. Police had to seal off parts of the city center, deploy water cannons and fire tear gas to disperse crowds following escalating violence during and after Morocco's unexpected win over the Belgian soccer team, authorities are reporting at least one person suffered injuries during the riots which saw people setting steps and bicycles on fire and pelting cars with bricks. Brussels mayor Philip closer urged soccer fans to avoid the city center and asked officers to detain rioters to maintain order in

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Car Coach Reports' Lauren Fix Talks the Audi Diesel Truck Trial

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:47 sec | 2 d ago

Car Coach Reports' Lauren Fix Talks the Audi Diesel Truck Trial

"Question we've only got a minute left. You got to follow her car coach reports dot com Lorraine fix lord and fix on Twitter. You sent me a story. I haven't even had a look at it. What is the disaster of the Audi diesel truck trial? Just give us give us a little tea so everybody can go and read your report. Okay, it's Anna website on YouTube called vin wiki, VI and wiki, and I've submitted 7 stories to him. I went down to his place in Atlanta. And we tell car stories and one of those was a very interesting accident. I had in the desert, we talk about how it was Oprah's automotive expert, whether you like her or not, it was really good for promoting my brand. And of course some racing while pregnant. So if you go to Ben wiki and you put my name in there, Lauren fix, you will find him a little bit different. All right,

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01:53 min | 1 year ago

"stories" Discussed on Jesus Stories

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06:35 min | 1 year ago

"stories" Discussed on Jesus Stories

"We're going to look at a couple of miracles next, and in working these miracles, Jesus is affirming his authority from Jehovah God to claim what he claims that he has come to us from Jehovah God. And remember, Jesus has been teaching the crowds around the Sea of Galilee. So he gives orders for a boat to sail to the other side of the sea, but a teacher of the law comes to him and says teacher. I'll follow you wherever you go. Jesus response is perhaps a little surprising, after all, Jesus is seeking followers, right? Jesus says, foxes have dens to live in the birds have nests, but the son of man has no place even to lay his head. In other words, Jesus says, I'm homeless. I don't have a home. Implied in the answer is the question are you ready to do the same? Are you ready to be the same? Jesus says to some one else, come on, follow me. The man says he will. But then he says he needs to go home to bury his father first. We're not told if the father is already deceased or just older, in this time, thus man would have been responsible for seeing to his parents now and after they passed. Jesus response probably shocked the man. Let the dead bury their own dead. But you go and spread the news of the kingdom of God. What? Jesus is telling the man that family obligations are not more important than following him. Another man told Jesus, yes, lord, I'll follow you. But first, let me say goodbye to my family. Jesus response? Anyone who puts a hand to the plow that looks back is not fit for the kingdom of God. In other words, following Jesus means that you will not look back or turn back. Your work is ahead of you, not behind you. Finally, he and his disciples are able to get into the boat they had ordered to sail to cross the Sea of Galilee. They started out along with some other boats. Jesus goes to the back of the boat to take a nap. I'm sure he's tired. But a fierce storm arose. The Sea of Galilee being situated among mountains was known to have sudden storms come up, perhaps this is one of those, or perhaps the storm has a Supernatural force behind it. Some think that. It's not really known. We are told that the storm is strong enough that high waves were breaking into the boat. The Pope begins to fill with water and the disciples are afraid. Jesus was still sleeping in the middle of this storm. So the disciples wake him up, shouting at him. To eat your don't you care that we're going to drown? The awakened Jesus gets up, he rebukes the wind and speaks to the sea. Silence, he says, be still. The wind stops, and there is a great calm. Then Jesus speaks to his disciples. Why are you afraid? Do you have no faith? Ouch. These men have been sitting at the feet of Jesus as he is taught parable after parable. They told Jesus that they understand what he's been teaching. Now they are afraid in the midst of the storm, even with the master, the God man, Jesus, in the boat with them, the disciples are odd..

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"stories" Discussed on Jesus Stories

Jesus Stories

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"stories" Discussed on Jesus Stories

"Really close attention. Then Jesus repeats a teaching, which we've already heard. Do you light a lamp and then put it under a basket or a bed? No, you put it on a stand so that it's light will shine everywhere. Everything that's hidden will be brought out into the open, secrets will be exposed to the light. Pay really close attention. What's he saying to him? This is, I think, really a charge to his disciples to go and tell his story, but if they are to do that, he wants them that they must pay really close attention to the story. As you listen closely, they will receive more understanding. And more understanding leads to even more understanding. But if you don't listen, what little understanding you receive will be removed. Then he switches back to the agricultural analogy again. The kingdom of God is like a farmer who scatters seed on the ground. Night and day while he's asleep or awake, the seed sprouts it grows, but he does not understand how it happens. That's me. I might want something grow, but I really don't understand what's going on. The word of Jesus goes out, but I have no understanding how it matures. Jesus continues, the earth produces the crops on its own. First, a leaf blade pushes through, then the heads of wheat are formed, and finally the grain ripens, and as soon as the grain is ready, the farmer comes and harvests it with a sickle for the harvest time has come. The sting with the agricultural theme, Jesus uses a mustard seat, to illustrate the Kingdom of Heaven. That mustard seed is planted, even though it is the smallest of seeth, not the very smallest mind you, but very tiny, it becomes one of the largest of garden plants. It grows so large that birds come, and make nest in its branches. Then he tells them what cooking parable. The Kingdom of Heaven is like the yeast, a woman used in making bread. Even though she put only a little yeast in three measures of flour, it permeated every part of the dough. That's another one we've heard before too. And finally, he uses a couple of short parables to explain the value of the kingdom. The Kingdom of Heaven he says is like a treasure that a man discovered, hidden in a field. In his excitement he hid it again and sold everything he owned to get enough money to buy the field. Again, the Kingdom of Heaven is like a merchant on the lookout for choice pearls when he discovered a pearl of great value. He sold everything he owned and bought it. Then he uses a fishing analogy, something that is fishermen disciples could wrap their heads around. The Kingdom of Heaven is like a fishing net. It's thrown into the water and scoops up fish of all kinds. When it's full, it is dragged up onto the shore and the fishermen sit down and sort the good fish from the bad. The bad fish are thrown away. Jesus says that this is how it will be at the end of the world. The angels will come and separate the wicked from the righteous. The wicked will be thrown into a fiery furnace..

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"stories" Discussed on Jesus Stories

Jesus Stories

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"stories" Discussed on Jesus Stories

"If you recall our last episode, Jesus was surrounded by some huge crowds. We were told that thousands of people had gathered around to hear his teaching, experiences miracles or to seek healing. Today, Jesus goes to sit by the Lake, the Sea of Galilee. Again, Jesus gets into a boat to push out a little way and teach the crowd standing on the shore. Remember, this is how he met Simon, who he now calls Peter. He begins with a story a parable, and here's what he tells them. Listen, a farmer went out to plant some seeds. As he scattered them across his field, sub seeds fell on a footpath, and the birds came and ate them. Other seeds fell on shallow soil with underlying rock. The seeds sprouted quickly because the soil was shallow. But the plants soon wilted under the hot sun. And since they didn't have deep roots, they died. Other seeds fell among thorns that grew up and choked out the tender plants. Still other seeds fell on fertile soil, and they produced a crop that was 30 60, even a hundred times as much as it had been planted. Anyone with ears, to hear, should listen, and understand. Jesus disciples came to him and asked about this teaching through parables. Why do you use parables when you talk to people? Jesus responds that his disciples are allowed to hear about the Kingdom of Heaven, and its secrets, others are not. Those who listen to the teaching will receive understanding, but those who don't listen, what little understanding they have will be removed. In other words, some people are ready to hear this teaching, and others are not. If you're ready, you'll understand the parable. If you're not ready, you wouldn't understand anyway. The Matthew reminds us that this fulfills a prophecy about Jesus that was written by Isaiah, some 600 years earlier. Isaiah wrote your ears are open, but you don't hear a thing. Your eyes are awake, but you don't see a thing. The people are stupid. They stick their fingers in their ears so they won't have to listen. They screw their eyes shut so they won't have to look, so they won't have to deal with me, face to face, and let me heal them. But he continues, as he is talking to his disciples, your eyes and ears are blessed. Your eyes see your ears here. Profits and righteous people from long ago wanted to see what you're seeing, and to hear what you're hearing. But they did not get to do so. And then Jesus explains the parable of the farmer sowing seeds that he just told. The seed that fell on the footpath represents those who hear the message about the kingdom, and don't understand it..

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"stories" Discussed on Stories Podcast

Stories Podcast

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"stories" Discussed on Stories Podcast

"Like how fun and it was very. It's more recent so it's you know it was. It was really fun. Record ralph though was way more fine and it played to everybody. It had like the cool pool of all the video games that have the nostalgia from the old video games and some of the new stuff. It was really so. I'm definitely going to vote reckitt ralph. I concur all right. Thank your mail. You better pick that star and fly straight on till i don't care because you're not in this tournament next up we've got two characters who loved to sail it is mwana versus peter. Pan ooh this is tough. This is tough. it's not for me. Moana is one of my favorite movies. I'm gonna vote moana peter pan. You're you're cute cute. peter. Pena's cool. But i think moana is cooler it really. It really took the for modern. You know like disney princess and putting that in quotes of the disney princess movie the modern version of the classics that we grew up with it feels like the classic. Yeah i think that This is this is one of the rare times that i will choose something newer over something older but i but mwana is just really cool and i really love that one song. So much and peter pan couldn't beat his own shadow mwana not right for government. Not right for us. Next up we have. Ooh a very modern one versus a very old tale. It is coco versus sort of the stone. God i have the best story about down when we were kids. We went to disneyworld. Dan and i with our parents and back than in nineteen ninety-three we were able to take turns trying to pull the sort out of the stone and dan did he sort out of the stone sounds really strong and he was immediately. Lifted into the air hoisted into the air. By by i. Don't i don't know what has immediately hoisted into the air and paraded through the streets of disneyworld immediately because he had pulled out of the stone. How that being. That must've been a downturn. Now do you want me to so and then. Dan started crying hysterically because he was hoisted in the air very quickly and carried off and he thought he was being separated from his family because they moved so quickly so he was being paraded through the streets in full tears being chased after by my mom. Where's crown so it was really. I'll never never forget. I can't for me. I'm still king talking am so sorry for laughing at what i imagined was genuinely scary moment. I it's only because i'm picturing it happening to you now. It was really amazing. So i have like. I actually don't even know if i've seen that movie but it doesn't matter because i have that memory but i did see cocoa. I did see cocoa thought as an adult obviously and so moving so cool so unique. I'm going to cocoa i. I'm getting go with you on this one. Even though that's in the stone story is just really gonna. That's just really. That was really funny to me. I'm gonna think about it all day..

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"stories" Discussed on Stories Podcast

Stories Podcast

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"stories" Discussed on Stories Podcast

"Then and also the cave is scary but also like really cool. I really liked that movie. I think i love the rescuers. I think that i probably love that movie. Like personally more than eleven but aladdin is more important. I feel like in the disney like lexicon in the disney canon. I think and the music and robin williams is the genie unbeatable. So i think it has to be a latin but if you haven't seen the rescuers please check it out top of your list top of your list. Also another one where the animation is incredible also. Another one we should see the sequel rescuers down under moving living on we have two heavy hitters both feature mean cats we have cinderella versus aristocrat like josh theoretic. Ads is so fun because the song is it's everything grossing that song for me. Everybody wants to be a cat because cats the only gatt who knows where it's at oh it's jazzy. It's so fun. I remember the song. Because i did not watch aristocrats very much because cinderella was far and away. Cinderella is top. I love cinderella. I loved the cat. I loved the mice. I loved it. Yup yup babu guerrilla. You're going to the ball aristocrats. Sorry about that next up. We got to wildlife heavy movies. Both kinda sad both amazing got bambi versus the jungle book. Oh okay we. all know. jungle book wins right. You know. yeah yeah. We asked for me bambi. So sad so sad so sweet so nostalgic jungle book so fun so fun touch good necessities and all the high jungle book for me for sure. Yeah honorable mention honorable mention to bambi. Yeah i do. I do want is we. It's very sweet. It's drinks like pretty thumper you know. The jungle book got balu the bear. Yeah cities. i'm with you next up. This next one is a little longer. We've got one hundred and two entrance into this next one. It is recess school's out verses one hundred and one dalmatians okay. Recess was a quilt show. I encourage you to check out the show. I actually didn't see the movie. i'm going to have. Yeah no longer of the show. It's great it's. I'm sure it's sure fun but also like one hundred one donations matters so hundred. Nations is wonderful. Yes i got a lot more dogs because you are. What's next up. I know this one is near and dear to kelsey it is winnie the pooh versus atlantis. Okay okay so atlanta's is really cool. It's another fun adventure. Movie like treasure planet but when the poo was yeah he's right. It was my childhood when the poo atlanta's cool. I remember when it came out but it could never be bigger more important to me than sorry. Atlantis you'd better sink back down to the bottom of the sea because you're not going any further in this bracket next up we've got women with attitude tinkerbell versus record. Ralph talk of course about penelope. I thought tinkerbell was super sweet. It was it was like a bunch of fairies going on adventures..

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"stories" Discussed on Stories Podcast

Stories Podcast

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"stories" Discussed on Stories Podcast

"I picked tarzan tarzan. It is all right next up. Fantasia versus allison wonderland too old schools. Vote allison wonderland tiles. Vote alice in wonderland. It has more words in it fantasia. Just music i do like fantasia for like not necessarily a music video but when it was like the disney's thing along and you get to watch just the music scenes by themselves. I did enjoy that. But for me would be allison wonderland. Yeah i think. Fantasia was scary to me for some reason when i was little. I don't remember why. But i pick out some android all right this one. It's it's monsters inc. Racist fox and the hound a new school versus a heartbreaker. This is probably going to be the hardest decision of all for me. Fox and the hound as one of the most beautiful stories Monsters inc is adorable and hilarious. I'm going to. I'm going to have to go with fox and the hound. I concur i. I just i like better. I don't think i've ever watched monsters inc all the way through the cry monsters. Inc is amazing. I'm so sorry. I'll do homework next time. Next up. we got the classic battle of fish versus cats it's little mermaid vs oliver and company. Oliver and company was such a fun movie in such a cool introduction to some other musical theater. But i am definitely one hundred percent going to vote the little mermaid. Yes i also choose the little mermaid oliver and company. I just remember watching it at this sleepover that i didn't really have fun. And not is probably the only time i ever watched it. I liked the little mermaid butter next one. Up is one that brock isn't sure if you guys have seen it's actually dumbo verse treasure planet. Yes i've seen both of those. I'm going to vote treasure planet. I feel like it's wildly underrated. And if you haven't seen it i'd recommend that you go and watch it i've offered dumbo. It was my brother's favorite. And i feel like i need to vote in solidarity with him in this time. Oh well fly. Elephants are great. It's got to go to treasure planet planet's sorry that's my tiebreaker vote. It's much better movie next up. We got mangy dogs. Versus the pride of china uh it is malone versus lady and the tramp okay conic as leading the trump. Is the spaghetti seen spaghetti. Seen the just sort of the whole of vibe of it yes yes for me. Milan was much more important than classic. Work that i enjoyed and i get the song stuck in my head all the time to this day. It was completely iconic. I agree. milan is the winner. I did love lady and the tramp. I love the cats. The siamese cats next we got a big tree russia's a big house it's up i spoke of honus. Oh make ns. It's pocahontas for me. Lob is so beautiful. The i what is it six minutes. Yeah that montage. The beginning everything ordinary and the animation is so exciting. And i'm just like the love story. it's so important and the characters are so sweet yet but this whole gone. Honors is incredible. Incredible i had a cassette tape of the songs. And i loved them so desperately and i can play some of the muslim piano. I still love them. I had a shampoo bottle like pocahontas. Some cool up can go float away because it's pocahontas taking it just around the riverbed next up..

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"stories" Discussed on Stories Podcast

Stories Podcast

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"stories" Discussed on Stories Podcast

"The new series on disney junior. The series follows. Peter parker miles morales and gwen stacy and their adventures as the young heroes team up with polk ms marvel and black panther to defeat evil foes like rhino dock and green goblin and learned that teamwork is the best way to save the day. Join the action and watch marvel's spidey and his amazing friends on disney junior. We believe that stories or magic so when we find a great one. We can't wait to share it far far away on the planet floor of baby named bobby wonder was born but his parents relocated the family to earth. Right after the birth. So bobby grew up having no idea. He was an alien until his tenth birthday. That is can you imagine waking up on your birthday to find out that you can fly and talk to ducks created by a new york times bestselling children's author produced by the emmy award winning. Go kid go. Team and voiced by community. Star danny pootie. Bobby wonder is one of the fastest growing children's podcasts. With good reason visit go kid. Go dot com for more information and find. Bobby wonder on apple podcasts. Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Hello to stories potshots. i'm one host. Amanda walden hello. I'm another host kelsey. Leigh third goes you know. It's dan hynes but today i'm not dead. Heinz how are you today. I'm gonna be brock rackets and we're gonna talk brackets so the format of this bracket it's the top sixty four disney movies as rated by rotten tomatoes randomly assigned to different categories. And we are going to start narrowing them down. You know what. Let's just get into it all right so i up. In our bracket we have finding nemo versus robin hood in these first ones. We get a lot to get through. These are gonna be a rapid fire to get to the to the top thirty. Let's start all right so for this one. It's a no brainer for me. I'm going to go finding nemo. I think that robin hood is a very cool looking styled innovation. And i really like it. It has a really like nostalgic vibe for me. But i don't remember a whole lot of the plot or character is necessarily so. I'm going to go with nemo. i'm also going to go with finding nemo. I think that It has everything everything could look for. Agreed doesn't fox who shoot arrows but nemo is the winner. Second one sleeping beauty versus tarzan. Okay so tarzan soundtrack is yeah. It's really next level. Ordinary collins is a complete icon. Hits it out of the park. And i you know not for nothing sleeping beauty as beautiful as the story is and how classic i find it to be other than the fairies. I find it to be a little draggy. Yes so we're user dragging attack you okay. I remember watching sleeping beauty ones in my later years so i. I didn't love it a whole lot when i was a kid. It wasn't the one that i watched over and over again. But i watched it later on and i remember being really struck by the animation and some of the imagery is really really beautiful. Obviously the story is like a little bit problematic. But like i think that for me honestly because of the fairies and because of the lake just the stuff with that at the end with the dragon in the prince and stuff. It's very exciting. To look at and i don't love the tarzan movie. Even though i do love the soundtrack so for me i would pick sleeping beauty..

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"stories" Discussed on Stories Podcast

Stories Podcast

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"stories" Discussed on Stories Podcast

"What would your other w spring summer. Winter fall i would pick fall. It's follows the best season it has the best colors it has. The best smells and it has the best temperature for me which is sort of warm ish. But not really. Because i don't like to sweat and a little chilly. So i get to wear layers. Yeah and in the area that we live fall is an amazing time of year because the days can be warm enough to wear your t shirt and maybe even a pair of shorts but the air is not humid which is something that we do get a lot of. Yeah in the spring and summer in our area so if feels very refreshing and then the nights are nice and cool so it's prime for bonfires and leaving the windows up and when you sleep which yes and it's very pretty outside because all the leaves change color which is the best. Oh it so beautiful pretty. Yes so beautiful. It has to be the fall. I went halloween. Also the fall kicks off like holiday season. We like halloween amazing so fun. And then we're gonna parlay ourselves right into thanksgiving like high season pies season pies. Not my favorite. And i love a coat. Yeah i love a coat. You know what else i love. I love socks. I like the fallen limited time of year where i can start wearing socks. Yeah and i know it's not always ideal going back to school but also going back to school can be really fun. I love my friends again. And i know i think technically that's still summer but yeah it feels like yeah that's when it starts to feel like i always liked back to school season and then it just it was. It gets old. But i liked going back to school. Yeah i sort of. I liked the legs. Starting shopping for school supplies I love new pencils and let me ask. You haven't gone. Let me let me be the whisper for a second okay. Let me be the for a second. Would you guys prefer a regular pencil or mechanical pencil. I have a very specific answer in. It is that it needs to be a regular pencil and it needs to be at ticonderoga pencil. Because they have the nicest like smoothest graphite and they have a really nice like rubbery racer that always like racist really really well and and they sharpened really nicely. They have to be regularly sharpened. But i prefer ticonderoga pencil. It has to be that. Do not like a brittle mechanical situation. I am here for mechanical pencils. They work for me. And that is what i want. They're more expensive typically <hes> than a standard pennzoil. So you know you might have to persuade mom and dad for that. Extra ticonderoga is where it's at in my opinion but was your pencil talk kids. I prefer hardy number two all right savant savant alert. Would you rather be the best at any instrument or the best at any sport instruments. You know as a musician we. We both musicians. Amanda and as a musician you'd think the my answer would be as quick as amandas and instruments. But i do know how to play a few so i'm gonna go sports because you know kind of where the money that makes sense. I still pick. I still pick instruments just because i don't. I don't care to be good sports. I'm just not that interested in doing that. And i pick instruments because because it's so frustrating to get to a place where you're kind of good but just like not as good as you to be an like i would want to just be right away. Very good at all of the all of them and then people can say. Oh does anyone here play euphonium and you just be like. Yeah yes. i'm ready to go. I do play the euphonium. It's an instrument you just made up. No it's a real. It's a real instrument.

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"stories" Discussed on Stories Podcast

Stories Podcast

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"stories" Discussed on Stories Podcast

"On things and so the dog into taking pills within we are in the same so and chocolate is chocolate as a wonderful treat. But i think that i could. I could wait forty days and have chocolate again. I would not give up either one forever. I'm not interested in doing that. But guz here these a fastball. For you go get a tough day at work and your partner surprises you with a trip to the country you look together and you find a charming airbnb turns out. It's the home of a mad scientist. That's constructing teleportation chamber in his back hall that night we'll try to find about you stumble and fall into the newly activated tron field. The machine worse to life and some spices. You and your cellphone together in a bizarre but not entirely unfortunate accident as a result of the mishap. Would you rather be able to plug in your ears like headphones or use your belly button as a universal charging port. I would probably want to use my belly button as a universal charging because you can also keep it hidden under my underclothing. Yeah i would make the same choice and that is part of it is. Because i don't i would not want people to know that my belly button was charging port because i think that's kind of weird but i would put my right but i could cover it with my people i'd call you like what if okay let me let me. Just tweak this your ears are bluetooth. Headphones i still want to each bluetooth. I get annoyed with bluetooth. Because i feel like it loses connection all the time so i would still want to. This is the magic christian connection still charging thing seems like most practical to. Because then i'm never going to be in a situation where my phone needs to be charged and i can't charge it. Dr impossible's plod lloyd editor. John continues to work on your body. It amazing new superpower begins to show itself. You choose a.

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"stories" Discussed on Stories Podcast

Stories Podcast

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"stories" Discussed on Stories Podcast

"They ask you what they should order for dinner. Would you rather pizza or burgers and fries. Oh pizza yeah for delivery definitely pizza if i were to pick between those things forever like in perpetuity. If i only wanted pizza ever or burgers ever. I would pick burgers pizza for delivery for sure. Delivery could be a fast food situation burgers and fries. I would still pick pizza every time. Okay and i would also pick either a cheese pizza or a margarita pizza which is basically just an elevated cheese pizza. Yes you're working. Dr possibles live. And you're struck by again repower tritium laser. The try beams applaud. Lloyd energy bombard the fledgling cells of your body..

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"stories" Discussed on Stories Podcast

Stories Podcast

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"stories" Discussed on Stories Podcast

"All kinds of your favorite stories. Amazing greece mexico. Nate how you doing kelsey leigh. I feel great. How are you guys doing. we're gonna come kelsey. Isn't this easier cal. what do you think love it. All right actually gotta go gotta go so my friends. Don't worry slam open. Everybody on whiz quiz lee the quiz whizz. Dan sent me to do some quizzes for you. How are you doing an excellent way liz. I'm doing great. How are you this quiz lee. Thank you kelsey today. We're going to play a little. Would you rather have you guys ever played. Would you rather i have. Yes so basically kids how this works at home. So i'm going to set up a little situation. And you just tell me which option you'd rather. Sometimes they're both good sometimes. They're not and you know that's kind of the fun is that they're hard choices. Right game decisions. Yes very serious to. Would you rather a lollipop that lasts forever or gum. That never loses. It's flavor i would definitely prefer gum. That doesn't lose it's flavor yes. I have several questions though so either either of these. Do we have a reliable place like we put them somewhere. And i don't have to continuously be chewing gum or continuously eating the like. I know you. Fred will eat that gum. Because you'll leave it on your counter. Well i don't want that to happen either. So i'm but what i'm looking for is like can i put these things away and return to them and they will still be like. That are absolutely okay. Then i want the gum. I will keep it in my car. You like the gum to. I do like the gum. I would probably keep it in a little plastic case with decorations on it. Stickers and i would come back to it daily everlasting gum. Gum containers would be a big hit idle. It'd be it have something market..

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"stories" Discussed on Stories Podcast

Stories Podcast

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"stories" Discussed on Stories Podcast

"Do you have another one. Okay yes so in keeping with my theme of not actually choosing any specific books. But i've chosen on next time. Chosen a series of books. I chose that because i knew that Dan has also read these in a mutual favorite of ours and they are the encyclopedia brown books encyclopedia brown so encyclopedia. Brown is like a kid. Detective and the books are all like little mysteries. That encyclopedia brown solves like kids coming to him and being like i think this person cheated in this spelling bee but i don't know how unlike encyclopedia brown figures it out And the fun part about it is that you read the story. And then you get all the information that it's like lithuania brown gets and then and then he'll say that he figured it out. But then you have to also figure it out and then you have to flip to the back of the book to know how he knew it so you have the chance to like put all the information together and figure it out for yourself and sometimes you get it put a lot of times you don't because it's like lapierre has really smart when you feel really clever. They're really fun they're all you can read them. Each one and a sitting each book will have like ten or fifteen mysteries. Whatever fun for kids fun for adults to they will make you crazy when you don't get them right but you feel like a genius when you do. Yeah it's always the bully character. Who's guilty you gotta figure out. Why named bugs bugs bugs. I remember one of them. I don't remember the whole mystery. But i know that the the answer was had something to do with a tan line on his wrist like he was wearing the watcher. He wasn't wearing the watch or something like that and there was a tan line and that was the answer. That's how it's like regular encyclical but in any event it's always a little things like that so the whole trick of it is that sometimes he knows lots of trivia..

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"stories" Discussed on Stories Podcast

Stories Podcast

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"stories" Discussed on Stories Podcast

"Can i go next. So i want. Oh can i go next next. Yeah hold on one second. So the next book we have is going to be manda. I think host duties very seriously. I'm most i go first. What's your book Okay so the next book that. I wanted to talk about another one. So it's really. I'm talking about the author in this one. I definitely know how to pronounce his name. And it is louis sacher he is. I think probably most famous for having written holes. Yeah and then there's also the sideways stories from wayside school also series which are yes those are very very funny holes is a great book came out when we were a little bit older. And i think it's four kind of older kids sideways stories. I don't really remember like the content of those books. But i remember laughing so hard that i cried And look there's a bunch of only like silly little and it was and it's all kind of weird great. I should read those again anyway. But the book that i wanted to talk about today was a lesser known work of his called. There's a boy in the girls bathroom. Do you know that one. Okay i. i love this book still as an adult. I've read it more recently. Because it's just it's it's one of those books. Okay you read when your kid and you get it and it's good but then you read it when you're an adult and you're always see what he was doing there and really. This is a book all about learning and growing and changing and also. It's a book about therapy. Which i love because i'm a therapist. I don't know if you guys know that. But i'm like a mental health clinic in and and this book is a lot of. It's about a boy named bradley who is Is known as the bully in school and is known as and he doesn't ever do homework and all kinds of stuff and He's really lonely..

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"stories" Discussed on Stories Podcast

Stories Podcast

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"stories" Discussed on Stories Podcast

"Walden on your host daniel signs. How you doing today. Amanda i am okay. Leave it hanging out together all morning. No reason for me to ask so anyways stories chats and today we thought we talk about some of our favorite books when your kids. This is a question we got a. What was your favorite things to read. When you were younger we thought we do an episode on it and You wanna start. Give us one of your favorite books. Yes oh i had a hard time choosing just books and i have gone with a couple Authors and i'm going to start with one of the old classics role doll. Because i really loved mathilde. But i also really loved the witches and i loved danny champion of the world. There are many many books by roald. Dahl that very much loved so but matilda was probably my favorite matilda. Also a classic movie. Featuring myra wilson and danny devito and rhea perlman none of important featuring the trunch bull mathilde a book all about a little girl with special magical powers who goes to school and and she has really crummy parents and then she goes to a school where there's a really crummy principal But then she meets a teacher named miss honey and things start to go a little bit better for her and it's great. Yeah and there's magic realism. It's really fun book. Probably if you're around our age you seen the movie. It's still a great book for kids. The movie holds up. it's all great yeah And and other books by roald dahl are also really good the witches which also has just recently a movie on. Hbo max and it's another movie from our childhood. That was very scary. I don't recommend it. Also which is for slightly older kids kind of scary all right in europe. What's your favorite books from childhood that unit talk about quiz. I like my the first one. I'm gonna pick the one. I selected when i brought here today. More preamble is a light in the attic by shel silverstein. Now this is a late in the attic. And we're sidewalk ends. I know he has others. But those were the two i grew up with. You are surprisingly here choosing a book of poetry. Was that surprising i just. I thought we were doing novels. And i'm kind of i'm i'm excited. So tell us all about these books so show. Silverstein is really popular. He's a poet. He was like a travelogue writer and artist. He did all kinds of stuff. But i think his best known works are well first of all the giving tree which are not gonna talk about getting is fine. I also enjoy the missing piece. I liked that one better. Also shelves overseen. Here's a lot of stuff. But today i wanna talk about his two books of poetry light in the attic and where sidewalk ends and these are really of formative for me. I obviously write poetry. Still and sometimes they write poems and songs for the show and all that and he was a big influence. This stuff is it's all over the place he has a funny rhyming ones in kind of more straightforward Like just silly poems that don't drive just kind of non sequitur stuff. I have there is a poem. I don't remember which one it is in. But i'm like ninety eight percent certain it is shell silverstein and if it's not this out but There is this one that i memorized from one of his books that i will recite for you now because i still know it and it goes. We gave you a chance to water the plants. But we didn't mean that way now zip up your pants because he'd get it..

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"stories" Discussed on Stories Podcast

Stories Podcast

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"stories" Discussed on Stories Podcast

"Hello welcome to stories podcast. I'm your host. Amanda weldon today. We're sharing an episode of stories. Potshots all about some of the books that dan and.

"stories" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories

Horror Fictional and True Stories

08:21 min | 2 years ago

"stories" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories

"I. I need to explain the house. The first floor is on stilts high enough to make it second floor worthy. The second floor was three stories high as a result. My bedroom was on the first floor. My brothers on the second okay. The story house in bed for school the next day not quite tired yet as there was only nine thirty or something all of a sudden. I hear the crunching of pebbles like someone was walking on them. Are side driveways made of pebbles. Nothing unusual. I figured that is walking to the garage but what i saw was definitely not my dad. It was definitely not a human being the thing what by my window. It's got the entire height of it. I only saw bright way as my window is closed but this thing was unmistakably taller than my bedroom window keep in mind two stories high. I was immediately gripped by fear as any normal child would be. I dug into my head for some kind of explanation. It took me a while to fall asleep after that. I never forgot that night. I chalked it up to a dream. Eventually i mean what else could it have been are nine later. I forget how the subject of the paranormal was brought up. I mentioned seeing a tall white giant being while we lived in illinois. That's where all my brother so a two. He was on the second floor that put him three stories high. He saw its head and shoulders. He said it headlong dirty gray or white hair. It looked like a giant homeless person who hadn't worst in years. He doesn't remember if the shoulders had hair he couldn't tell if it is or knows he only saw from the back so we don't know if it was furry or just had skin passes head and shoulders. We saw the same thing at the same time on the same day. He couldn't have been a dream. Google possibilities like win to go. Bigfoot or storm spirits our show. My brother the pitchers the answers usually no are similar. But these features aren't like what i saw you get the idea. So what was it. I consider these possibilities bigfoot. I don't think so big for this. Supposedly seven feet taller so now. Three goddamn stories a ghost. I'm not sure. But i don't think goes craig's pebbles in a driveway and go civically appear multiple times in around haunted places. This is the only time either of us saw anything. Paranormal in our entire lives. Some sort of alien perhaps it appeared have nowhere and disappear just as quickly but this is in the middle of the city. i had neighbors on all sides. I lived on a fucking main street and there was only nine thirty. Somebody should've seen something. Troll ami maybe but what you chose really look like when do go possibly is usually depicted as having horns. Although as sean snowman notes traditional indigenous narratives never imagined the window with antlers. But they are said to be fifteen feet. Tall would be tall enough to be seen by both of us. I haven't seen any mention of long hair. But who knows. Maybe i can be the one to edit the wikipedia entry and anyone who encounters a winnebago risk being devoured arena. Being turned into a window we both survived and last i checked. We aren't wendy. Goes another recent possibility. A store spirit or spirit though. They aren't explicitly stated to be hugh in appearance a tornado luther the areas and after. But that's unusual. Since we weren't tornado alley could be traveling. Trans dimensional being that temporarily phase into our dimension and phase. Back out and it just so happened to be on our side driveway. No fucking clue. It's been really bugging me. I have no real explanation whatsoever. I know people who have claimed to see ghosts. Bigfoot an even aliens low i saw was something special and apparently really fucking rare because all of my research to nothing even close. It's maddening. i guess this is a struggle for of us who know we saw something. But we can't explain a foreign exact location. Google earth flora illiinois fine washington elementary school. My house is on the corner of south main in washington. You'll see the driveway there. I never thought. I had anything to post on the sub ready. But here i go. This literally just happened. So i'll try to keep this short and organiz as possible. But i apologize if it's neither of those things. I'm a twenty nine year old female and my partners these twenty-three-year-old female where back in her hometown. Visiting our family for about a week. It's a very small isolated town in the middle of nowhere and basically in the middle of the woods while we're here she wanted to meet up with an old high school friend who still lives in the area. We'll call him kyle so we may call at the beach and right away. He's acting super weird. Making jokes about having a three way with us and just making a bunch of unwelcome overly sexual gross comments. Obviously we're unfortunately use to this stuff to a certain extent the coming from someone who is supposed to be your good friend. It was extra annoying. Sell me and my girlfriend or shooting. Each other painting looks the whole time once. He's of your shafir second. She says that she sorry that he's never been like this before. And we can make an schuessel eve when he comes back. We'll tell me one of your dinner at a local bar. But he just axa join us. We felt awkward so we ended up saying yes. He says he doesn't know quite how to get there so he follows us. We get their order drinks and food and they out to the patio at the drinks. He makes humour gross comments. Let his generally being way more cool a normal than he was at the beach or smoking weed on the patio and chilling. The food comes quick and we finish a quicker. Now here's where it gets really messed up so halfway through my first string. I'm feeling really tired. Which makes sense as we've how long day i'll give my girlfriend the signal that i want to go. She makes up an excuse that we need to go. He keeps trying to get us to come to his house. I've got good and dabs there. And you can eat my cat's blah blah blah. He's being pushy. We keep saying no and making excuses. We need to check up on grand pie cetera. So finally we get in the car and say night. We've part next to each other and walk up and into the cars together while saying our goodbyes. While we get in the car my girlfriend informs me that she wants to see it. The bar but figgy like we're leaving because she doesn't want to chill with them anymore understandably so we're sitting in the car winning firm the league i when he signals for us to roll down the window we do. He says his. Gps is being funny and asked if we can lead him to a main wrote to be fair and we are in the middle of nowhere so this didn't seem to outlandish so obviously staying behind at the bar was out so in the car. We're talking about how she was being and she admitted she feels weird. Driving right banks where grandpa's house so we should drive into town until we lose in. He's behind us for a long time even way after he should have gotten off on his exit. We think it's weird though. We weren't sure what to do so finally into rows and he pulls up next to us.

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