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SBF TRIAL: 10/02 Update
"Welcome to the SBF trial, a Coindesk podcast network newsletter bringing you daily insights from inside the courtroom where Sam Bankman -Fried will try to stay out of prison. Follow the Coindesk podcast network to get the audio each morning with content from the Coindesk regulation team and voiced by Wondercraft AI. It is officially trial week and as Bloomberg's Joe Wiesenthal would likely put it, this is why we get up in the morning. It's been exactly nine months and 20 days since Sam Bankman -Fried got arrested at his then home in the Bahamas. Today marks the last day before he is set to start the trial in which he will win back his freedom or be locked up for what a federal judge says could be a very long time. Thousands of pages of evidence ranging from internal documents to audio recordings will be presented and fought over in the next six weeks as US prosecutors try to prove that the former FTX founder knowingly defrauded customers and business partners. Arguably the most damning evidence or lack thereof could come from the recollections and personal opinions of Bankman -Fried's former colleagues, friends and housemates. Caroline Ellison, Nishad Singh and Gary Wang were close friends and roommates of Bankman -Fried as much as they were colleagues. Ellison was emotionally invested with the FTX founder and troubled by the former couple's on and off relationship which according to a diary entry from her slowly fizzled out in February 2022. Prosecutors also say they intend to call up FTX customers and investors including non -US customers over the course of the trial. On another note, do you remember when FTX suddenly announced it was hacked and lost some $600 million worth of crypto? This was the same day it filed for bankruptcy last November. A decent portion of those funds sat in a wallet for a few months and then started moving this weekend. Around 15 ,000 Ether worth around $26 million at Sunday night's prices moved out of a wallet through various routers and privacy tools between Friday night and Sunday morning. We never got an explanation for what exactly happened and how the exploit was carried out. I imagine federal investigators are probably closely tracking this episode. On a logistics note, Judge Lewis Kaplan ruled in favor of the DOJ's motion to prevent Bankman -Fried from getting into the weeds on what his lawyers may or may not have said about FTX's operations in his opening statement. However, Bankman -Fried's defense team can still raise the advice of counsel defense later on with notice to the court and DOJ. In court filings, the defense said the argument would be that FTX's in -house and external lawyers were part of decisions to use auto -deleting messaging platforms, set up legal entities in the US, loan funds to FTX and Alameda executives, and other aspects of the FTX -Alameda relationship. Want to follow along? Sign up for CoinDesk's new daily newsletter, The SBF Trial, bringing you insights from the courthouse and around the case. You can get the podcast each day right here by following the CoinDesk Podcast Network. Thanks for listening.
Fresh update on "sunday morning" discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
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A highlight from Neil Mammen
"Ladies and gentlemen, looking for something new and original. Something unique and without equal. Look no further. Here comes the one and only Eric Metaxas. Folks, welcome to the program. I am so excited right now. I could burst almost literally, but not literally. I have on a friend, Neil Mammon, who is involved in something that I've been talking about for some time. It's really exciting. So before I tell you all about it, why don't I just say welcome, Neil Mammon. Thank you, Eric. Good to be here again. Okay. We're going to be talking about something. I can't believe it exists. I feel like I dreamt it up, but nobody would ever execute such a thing. But you and Roger Elswick have made this a reality. This is a big deal. This is an answer to a real problem we have. I say everywhere I go that folks, if you're going to a church that is not dealing with the issues in our culture, that is unwilling to face this and that is whistling in the wind, that is fiddling while Rome burns, you need to find another church. I say this over and over and I beg people, God will judge you for sitting in a church that is shrinking from its duty before God to speak to these issues. And then the question is, people say, well, where would I go to a church? So, Neil, tell us. Well, the problem is really, really obvious and I get that all the time. I go around speaking, people go, oh, do you know a good church in this area or that area? Well, it turns out that more than that, it turns out 1 .7 million people look for a new church every month. 1 .7 people look for a new church. A billion. A billion. And now if you assume that's a family unit here or there, that's about 5 million people looking for a new church every month. 5 million. Most of them, turns out, it's Sunday morning. So I wanted to do some research on it, so I went on, you know, the source of all information is Google's Bard Artificial Intelligence. And I said, tell me what sort of churches these people are looking for. And Bard comes back with, oh, they're looking for progressive, more loving, more accepting churches. That's what Google's Bard said. And I said, really? Is that true? I don't believe that. So I said, give me the information. Give me the evidence of that. By the way, before I start, I should mention this. I have a statistic. I want a statistic. I want your readers. I don't want you to guess because you'll know the answer. Here's a quote. Only 17 percent of Americans go to church. The interest in religion is minimal. And in New York, single women are more likely to be sexually active than attend a church. Worse, 33 percent of all pregnancies in New York are out of wedlock. Now, I ask people, what decade do they think that is? And they always say, oh, oh, that's 1990s, 2000s, whatever, right? You know, actually, this is 1990s because today is probably a lot worse. But we'll come back to that. But so so I asked Bard, I said, what what since you think that these are people looking for progressive churches, can you give me a list of the growth rate of progressive churches? And Bard said, OK, so it gives me this rate and it's you know, it shows me this list of people of churches and like the UMC. They've dropped like 50 percent, the Presbyterian, the USA, you know, the liberal Presbyterian Church, they've dropped by 38 percent. And so I go down that list and I ask I ask I say, well, give me the list of all the progressive churches and how they've grown in the last 20 years. So from 2000 to 2020. So in 2000, the progressive total people going to progressive total was about 18 .7 million. And today it's about 16 .8 million. So they've dropped by 10 percent total. There's no surprise people going to these ridiculous, you know, quote unquote progressive churches that have veered away from biblical doctrine. I'm surprised anybody goes to those. Exactly. I mean, the the Presbyterians, they've dropped. The Presbyterians were the ones that dropped by 50 percent. The UMC has dropped by 15 percent. Yeah, because why go to a church like that when you could go to to like a local, you know, Neil, where are you going? What's the punch line? Because I'm getting confused. Are you? I know there's my assumption would be that most people who actually care about church are trying to find a conservative church, a church that teaches biblical doctrine, but also that speaks to the issues that people like because many people can go to these ridiculous mega church or whatever, where they they're avoiding the hot button issues that everybody has to deal with when they leave that church, their kids are dealing with it, everybody's dealing with it. What's going on in America? So the idea is, how do you find those churches? So I know that's where you're heading with this. So I turned the bar and I said, OK, now give me the conservative churches. I'm on board just looking for liberal churches, progressives. I said, give me the conservative churches. And it gives me things like, oh, the Orthodox Presbyterians, they have grown by 50 percent in the last 20 years. The Orthodox Russians have gone by 29 percent. Independent Baptists have grown by 33 percent. The conservative. And so I did I said, what about the Calvary church? The Calvary churches have grown by one hundred and fifty percent. And then the you know, even the Southern Baptists who's stuck in the news all the time, they've grown by seven and a half percent. OK, but conservative total have grown from sixty seven million people in 2000 going to these conservative churches to ninety two million going to these conservatives. So they've grown by almost thirty seven percent in the last 20 years. Now, what's interesting about this and this is the kicker here. This is all pre covid data. It didn't have any data for twenty one, twenty two, twenty three. This is twenty twenty. And as you know, and you're going to be preaching in my church in Santa and in in San Jose and sometime in your future Calvary Chapel, San Jose, right. They grew from three hundred people to three thousand people over covid. Why? Because a couple of things is very important here. Pastor Mike said, I'm not going to let the state determine what I'm doing. I'm going to be legislated, be active with voter guides. We had candidates coming in who's fighting the state. Remember, we say we're the finest church in all of America because we have four million dollars in Calvary Chapel, San Jose, because we wouldn't shut down for covid. So churches like these have been exploding all over the nation. So just these numbers are three years old and I can't seem to get the twenty twenty three numbers. So, no, the people who are looking for church. And so I went back to Bartlett said, well, this is the growth rate. Our people are really looking for more progressive rates. And, you know, I always say, well, I'm really sorry. I apologize. Yes, you're right. They must be looking for conservative Bible believing fundamentalist churches is what it comes back to. So it actually says, oh, yeah, you're right. You were correcting me on it. Right. So the issue here is then why? How do we find these if five million people are looking for churches every single month, how are they going to find these conservative churches? OK, this is this is a very long way of getting to the punch line, because this is such an exciting punch line, Neil, that I am just at the bit to get to this. We started. I know what I mean. I just want to say.
Fresh update on "sunday morning" discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
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A highlight from Down with the (Burger) King with Michael Seifert and Russ Vought
"Lots of channels. Nothing to watch. Especially if you're searching for the truth. It's time to interrupt your regularly scheduled programs with something actually worth watching. Salem News Channel. Straightforward, unfiltered, with in -depth insight and analysis from the greatest collection of conservative minds. Like Hugh Hewitt, Mike Gallagher, Sebastian Gorka, and more. Find truth. Watch 24 -7 on SNC .TV and on Local Now, Channel 525. Hey everybody, today on The Charlie Kirk Show, Michael Seifert from Public Square joins us. Make sure you download the Public Square app, PublicSQ .com, that is PublicSQ .com. You have to email me, as always, Freedom at CharlieKirk .com. I really enjoy hearing from you. That is Freedom at CharlieKirk .com, Freedom at CharlieKirk .com. Russ Vogt joins us as we talk 9 -30 strategy. I ask, what is a woman to a group of college women, and they do not know the answer. And Bob Menendez, I got a lot of respect for this guy. No, I'm half kidding. Not really. You'll know what I mean if you listen to the end of the episode. It's far from respect, but the guy's got game. And I bet he could win re -election in New Jersey. Email us, Freedom at CharlieKirk .com and subscribe to our podcast. That is Charlie Kirk Show podcast. Get involved with Turning Point USA at TPUSA .com. That is TPUSA .com. Start a high school or college chapter today at TPUSA .com. Buckle up, everybody. Here we go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's running the White House, folks. I want to thank Charlie. He's an incredible guy. His spirit, his love of this country. He's done an amazing job. Building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created, Turning Point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries, destroyed lives, and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Joining us now is Russ Vogt, president of the Center for Renewing America. It is September 26th. The shutdown is looming on September 30th. Russ, thank you for joining us. We've had a lot of congressmen on the program, some great guys, Congressman Dan Bishop, Matt Gaetz, we've had Chip Roy. But I'll be honest, it is a Chinese fire drill. It is disorganized. You have people on every single side. I was on the phone this morning. No one knows what the heck is going on. So Russ, what are you hearing? What can we expect coming to September 30th? Do you think the government's going to shut down? I do think it's going to shut down. I think that's where we are. And I think it's good because this is the last leverage point we have against the Biden administration. And you're right, Charlie, in the sense that when you have kind of an intentional strategy on the part of leadership to force this into a corner, it's going to leave something to be desired on the execution front. But here's the good news. I think the House conservatives are increasingly united in forcing a conversation about moving forward on bill by bill and really focusing on the woke and weaponized restrictions that need to be put in place to put a vice grip around the Biden administration's activities against the American people. I think you're going to see those kinds of debates this week, and it's going to move to a good place in terms of the theatrics of the last several weeks. I want to make sure that we calm down the alarmism. So I received a couple emails this weekend. Charlie, I can't believe you want a government shutdown. I need my Social Security checks. Russ, let's tell the truth about this. Social Security still goes out. Medicare still goes out. Essential government services, which I find hilarious because if they're not essential, why do they have jobs? They should all be fired. This is a partial, very partial, let's just call it a fractional government pause because it's not actually a shutdown because they all get back pay. It's basically the secret that no one wants to say is that a lot of government workers are hoping for this because they basically get a vacation. Russ, tell us what really happens because this is important. You've got the parameters of this. Two -thirds of the federal government is on autopilot. Not a good situation, but the reality of where we are. So a third of the federal government is subject to what we call the annual appropriations process. But if you're on Social Security, there's nothing to worry about. You're going to get your check, and you're going to get your check on time. Medicare, the Department of Defense is going to continue to be out there defending our country. All of the people that are in the business of securing this country are going to be similarly at their posts. What this does is this says for those of you who are working on the Biden climate regulations at the EPA or the Department of Interior, sorry, you're going to have to go home. You're not going to be able to be at your desk and working. So this is not something – there are tried and true ways, and I've managed this for President Trump, to make this painless as possible consistent with the law. We thankfully blazed a pretty good trail on that, that they're going to have a hard time playing politics with this. We'll be holding them accountable. But in terms of the – this is not a situation where you're going to go off a cliff, and somehow you're not going to get your government benefits. It's just not the case. Okay, so let's get into this here. What then is the ask? Because the way I look at it, the way the stars have aligned, the universe, all of a sudden – I'm not happy about this, but it just so happens the border has never been as bad as it is right now. And that's like intersecting right with this funding fight over border security. Russ, if Republicans can't get this done, when there's 8 ,500 people illegally entering an eagle pass alone, I mean, it's not as if this is something that happened six months ago. This is actively occurring. Then Republicans are completely worthless. Russ, so what is the ask, and strategically, what is your advice for how they actually get it done? So my view is that they have had a wonderful banner, a messaging parameter called no security, no funding, that allows them to be able to go at this seminal threat that we're seeing along the border, and to make that a very, very important issue. I also think it allows them to deal with the weaponization at the Department of Justice. I don't think that we can leave this leverage point without doing something against the regime that is trying to steal the next election, and at the same time going against half the country and considering them enemies of the state. So I think there's a lot of things that can be done, but if we don't get to the end of this process and have dealt with those two issues, and then spend a lot of time trying to defund the offices doing the bad activities, I'll consider it a failure. So the goal needs to be then not paperwork processors on the border, but actual border security. That's a major difference. But also, I think that the pressure needs to be that Joe Biden needs to start deporting these people. He's hosting them and just releasing them into the interior of the United States. Exactly. And there's a specific rider that needs to be put in place, and Stephen Miller has been calling for this some time, as well as Chip Roy. It needs to be illegal in the sense that you can't spend the money to be able to release someone into the border. That's the kind of thing that it's not just about changing laws that they ignore. It's about saying that a bureaucrat is going to be facing criminal charges in violation of the Anti -Deficiency Act if they ignore the appropriations law that's saying that they can't do that. And as a result, that will change a lot of the policies that we've been asking for. So we're looming towards this lockdown. Re -emphasize what you're saying about leadership. How has leadership basically set the table for failure? Build that out for us. Sure. The year started with much promise. For the first time, House Republicans were governing with conservatives in their caucus, and they were achieving things that no one thought was possible to pass $5 trillion in potential cuts. At the debt limit deal, Kevin McCarthy walked away from House conservatives and went essentially into coalition with House Democrats. At the time, he used it as an excuse. He said, we'll do all this through the appropriations process. That was an excuse, because they then didn't move any of the appropriations bills themselves. It's not like these bills are passed out of the House and sitting in the Senate. Instead, they've had a pileup in which we are now up against a deadline, and they're asking for more time. But the problem is that McCarthy has never governed from the standpoint of we're going to use leverage points to save the country. Instead, he puts a cartel view on it, which is we're going to try to minimize what is necessary to get past this leverage point, because otherwise it will have political risk. I think you and I agree, we're not going to save the country without managing political risk, and we can do that. We have done that previously in shutdowns, and the country will reward Republicans when they fight over these leverage points. That's what we're asking right now, and I think conservatives are insisting on it, and so far, he's having to go in their direction. Yeah, and I think we need to reject the framing of shutdown, which, by the way, ideologically, all I'm on board for. Maybe a pause? I mean, how else can we message this? Because, Russ, here's what's going to happen, right? So we are barreling towards not getting a deal done on Saturday, right? And honestly, I hope a deal doesn't get done in the sense of enough, draw a line in the sand, show your voters you're fighting. It's better for no deal than a bad deal. I think you would agree with that, right, Russ? It's better for no deal at all than a bad deal. And so September 30th happens, and again, your Social Security checks still go out, Medicare still goes out, military still do. You have the DEI, you know, lesbian bureaucrats at the Department of Homeland Security or whatever that might not, you know, be going to work for a couple days. Honestly, good thing. So, but Russ, let's just kind of think about this. How could we better message it? Because the media, Sunday morning, I face the nation, CBS, all that full court press, Republicans shut down the government once midnight hits on Saturday night. So how do we get ahead of this and preemptively message it, not just be on our heels and play defense? Yeah, I mean, I think the reality is, to go back to the facts, what is occurring here is a lapse in funding. It is a lapse in funding. The government is not shutting down. The Department of Defense is still up and running. That would be the case if it actually shut down. Those people would not be at their post. What is happening? Funding is lapsed. Funding will come back on when Congress reaches a deal. And I think if we can communicate facts in that vein, we will help our case and explain to the American people what's actually going on. But here's the thing that I would say. These leverage points in which there is confrontation, there is political risk, are incredibly important because the only chance that we get to get the country's attention. It's when people who are not listening to politics are listening to their Christian music station or whatever they're listening to. And all of a sudden they have the news update that's saying, OK, there's a government lapse. What are the terms that are being discussed? Oh, the weaponization of the Department of Justice. That's what we want. And that is a feature, not a bug, of our politicians here in the cartel of Washington, D .C. Russ, you're doing a wonderful job. Center for Renewing America. We're going to have you back on. September 30th is the big day. I think we're going to swing and miss. But honestly, I'd rather have us strike out with no deal than one that betrays our voters. Russ, thank you so much. You bet. Thanks, Charlie.
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A highlight from How Did I Get Here? (Travis Greene)
"Hey, this is Steven Furtick. I'm the pastor of Elevation Church, and this is our podcast. I wanted to thank you for joining us today. Hope this inspires you. Hope it builds your faith. Hope it gives you perspective to see God is moving in your life. Enjoy the message. Elevation Church, wow, wow, wow. So, first of all, what we're not going to do is act like you don't have the greatest pastor in the world. Come on, can we get real noisy in this building and all around the globe for the Pastor Steven Furtick, Holly, Eliza Graham, Abs, love you. I'm excited to be here. I'm black, and that's just how we're going to start. We're going to start there. My are roots Pentecostal. Pentecostal is like a fraternity or something. They'd be like, that's my dog. It's not a frat, but I was going to use a headset today so I could dribble with my left hand, but I woke up feeling preachy, so I told them, give me a handheld, because we about to go up Elevation. I love Pastor Steven. He is a songwriter. He is an architect, and he is the greatest communicator in the world. To be on his platform is beyond a blessing, but something funny happened to me. I told myself that I would be validated as a good preacher when he invited me. Let me tell you how gracious God is. He refused to allow me to be invited as long as I believed that, because when heaven wants to affirm you, it doesn't use opportunity, it uses opposition. I know you're anointed not by the stages, but by the scars that you got. I need you to high -five your neighbor like you in Ballantyne and tell them, I know I'm anointed. The struggles that you overcome reveal your anointing. We know that the oil on David worked not from the throne he sat on, but by the giant that fell at his feet, and if open doors can make you, then closed doors can break you. Quit waiting on man to validate you. I'm afraid that in our churches, heaven believes in us, and I'm going to tell you something you never heard before, hell believes in you. This is why the devil and all his imps and wimps have been coming against you, because he know how much you carry. He doesn't bother you if you're not a threat, but if the devil has been trying to come against you and your family and your neighborhood, I need you to give God ten seconds of praise like you know no weapon formed against you. Shall prosper. Come on, praise him like you're an overcomer. Praise him like the battle's already over. I'm not praising him for a victory. I'm praising him from a place of victory. In Jesus' name. In Jesus' name. And so I have a very prophetic word for elevation. It's really for the Columbia campus. Because they up the street from me. But if the shoe fit, you can wear it in here or Orlando or Greenville or wherever you're watching from. I told them to send me a list. It was too long. What y 'all do have is some campuses. My God. We're going to be in Mark, and it's my custom to share the title after I read the scripture, but today I'm going to share it before. I believe God is about to bring your name up. I don't know how it happened for me. I was minding my business, and chumps texted me and said, are you available? And I'm wondering, how did my name get brought up? God's about to bring your name up. Because this is the season, hear me, that God ain't looking for gifts. I got degrees, but I'm going to talk how I want to talk. God ain't looking for gifts. He's after hearts. There's so many people that can sing, man. We don't need another song. We need hearts like Chris and hearts like Jen and hearts like John. Man, we need hearts. God's about to bring your name up. Here's the title for today. How did I get here? How did I get here? Let me preach because my wife told me I take too long to transition. I'm not going to show a family picture. They're all on the ground, but my wife is a dying piece on the front row. I love you. Mark 10, 46. Then they came to Jericho. I teach at Ford City that you can't just read the Bible. Oh, snap, you've got to read the Bible. It's the second read. Then they came to Jericho. As Jesus and his disciples, together with the large crowd, were leaving the city, a blind man, Bartimaeus, which means son of Timaeus, was sitting on the roadside begging. When he heard that it was Jesus of Nazareth, he began to shout, Jesus, son of David, have mercy on me. Many rebuked him. Don't you hate when you're sitting next to the loud one? You're like, okay, I get it. You grateful. I am too, but my God. They told him, be quiet, fam. Jesus. You ever brought your mama to church? I said, mama, I'm preaching at Elevation. Do not come. My mom be tearing the whole row up in the back. I said, be quiet, man. But he shouted all the more. I love that. Son of David, have mercy on me. I really want to preach this next verse, but I got something else to preach. But the next verse says, Jesus, stop. Whoo. There is a DB, if you're into audio. There is a frequency. There is a shout that is packed with enough desperation to get a busy Jesus, a focused Jesus to stop. Oh my God. Are there any praises in the room that know how to get him to stop by? Come on, the only reason I'm in church today is because he stopped by. The only reason I'm in my right mind is because he stopped. The only reason I didn't cut somebody this week is because he stopped by. He stopped by, he stopped by, he stopped by. When he stops, anything is possible. Who am I to deny what the Lord can do? Whatever's impossible for you is easy for him when he stops by. All right, let's keep reading. You ready to sit down. He stopped by and said, call him. I like that. So they called the blind man. Cheer up! On your feet, he's calling you. Now the way my imagination works, I wonder if these are the same people who just told him to hush. That's why you can't listen to people. One second they saying hush, next second they saying cheer up! Cuz, what do you want from me, dog? I mean, throwing his cloak aside, he jumped to his feet, came to Jesus. Here's Jesus. Jesus is really funny. He said, hey, what do you want me to do for you? Blind man's like, ah, let me see. He said, Rabbi, I wanna see, man. I like this. Go, Jesus said. has Your faith healed you. Your shout has healed you. Your resilience has healed you. Somebody, it took your last 20 to get to church today. That's the thing that healed you. The fact that you believed in spite of what you were facing. And the Bible says, I like this word, immediately. I feel it coming, all of a sudden. Immediately. This ain't for everybody. This is just for 50 people and a two year old that can give them a praise and say, that thing about to happen quicker than you can even imagine, immediately. Immediately. He received his sight, followed Jesus along the road. How did I get here? Lord Jesus, I'm gonna pray a prayer. You ready? How did we get here? Amen. You can take your seats. All right, how did I get here? How did I get here? How did I get here? This past week, I went to North Myrtle Beach. That's where my dad is buried, where my mom is from. And we went there to visit my grandma. My grandma is 92 years old. Yeah, yeah. Her classmate was Harriet Tubman. My grandma is so old. She's seen many presidents. And I walk in and my grandma, she's like Isaac. Her sight is fell on her because she's up in age. And she's sitting there with her snuff. You're not from the country if you don't know what snuff is. No teeth, but snuff. I say, my grandma had 14 kids, y 'all. After 10, you don't even feel them no more. There's another child. They just, she got 14 over 40 grandkids. And I walk in and I'm like, grandma. And she's like, whoa, who's that? Get over here. And I go over to her and I say, grandma, it's me. And I can't talk, y 'all. I got speech impediment if you laugh. You laughed and that was not a joke. She's like, ah, I thought it was just me. And my speech marks me. So my grandma, she knew it. And she was like, try this. That's you. I spent some time with her. Something about when your sight is felling, your senses are heightened. And what's interesting about this text, I learned this from Pastor Furtick. You preach every line in the text. So the first thing I want to acknowledge in this text is that the blind man is in Jericho. The word Jericho means fragrance or to smell. Isn't it interesting that he's blind, but he can still smell the roses? So I want to tell you, don't allow your low place that calls you to miss the beauty of the season you're in. He's in Jericho. This is not a mountaintop message. Because most of the people who are asking, how did I get here, aren't on top. You feel like you're at the bottom. You're asking, how did this happen to me? How did I get here? My last great memory was a wedding photo and now I'm a widow. That was my mom at the age of 29 when my dad died on a Sunday morning. I was five years old. How did I get here? How did I get in the back of this police car? How did I get in divorce court? Come on, y 'all, don't look at me in that tone of voice. How did I get here? My life was heading in one direction and then one decision, one thing caused me to get into an uncertain, unfamiliar, and unexpected place. How did I get here? How did I get here? How did I get addicted? How did this happen to my child? How did I get here? And you may think, you may be sitting here thinking like, man, my situation's rough. Listen to me, your situation cannot compare to being blind in the first century.
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"News up to the minute forecasts you can count on. You're listening to WTOP news. It's 4 .22. Friends and family came together Saturday night to remember a DC high school student killed after leaving Dunbar High last week. Police say Maurice Jackson was talking with a group of people when a gunman started firing. Jackson's aunt was at the vigil. She spoke to NBC4. Jackson's killing pushed the district's homicide count past 200. A number the district hadn't reached since last year, last December. The search continues for nine -year -old Charlotte Cena who went missing Saturday night at New York's Moreau Lake State Park. No tip is insignificant. Massive search efforts have been going since 7 p .m. Saturday with drones, canine officers, aviation and water search rescue and teams. Blonde nine -year -old girl with bangs. She has green eyes. Just under five feet tall. Charlotte was last seen wearing an orange tie -dye Pokemon t -shirt, blue pants, black crocs and a gray bike helmet. During a press conference, New York State Police were questioned why they waited to send an amber alert for Charlotte until Sunday morning. After that exhaustive search when we couldn't find her here it was quite possible that an abduction had taken place. That's reporter Emma Quinn of Albany's New York State Police protesting the banning of some books from schools and libraries. The DC library will have events to mark the observance throughout October. The Smithsonian's National Museum of African -American history and culture celebrated a big milestone Saturday. It welcomed its 10, 10 millionth in -person visitor. The museum has popular been since it opened in 2016. It features several exhibits and a collection of more than 42 ,000 items related to African -American life history and culture. NBC4 spoke with the lucky visitor Marcy Williams who's been in the museum several times. We have a book club meeting in the restaurant and then we were going to tour. So I was getting all excited. Oh, we're going to get somebody to tour. Williams also take home several gifts including a one -year membership to the museum. A look at sports coming up. The WTOP traffic center Tracking the top trouble spots. The biggest backups. The major incidents. The slowest traffic. WTOP traffic every 10 minutes on the 8th and when it breaks. Sports at 25 and 55. Powered by Red River. Technology decisions aren't
A highlight from Week in Review - Episode 24
"Cycling isn't just cycling. It can be cycling or cycling or even cycling. Peloton isn't just one thing. We have classes that will ease you in and classes that will make you sweat and a range of instructors so you can find your match. Whatever you're in the mood for, we can get you in the zone. See for yourself with a worry free 30 day home trial. Visit one Peloton dot com slash home dash trial terms apply. Welcome to the Mike Gallagher Show Week in Review podcast. It's just about everything that's happened this week. I'm Eric Hanson, and we begin with President Trump, who made some controversial statements about abortion this week and called Ron DeSantis's six week abortion ban a terrible mistake. We might as well get this out of the way. We got President Trump with an answer to Kristen Welker on NBC's Meet the Press and her debut as the new host, which gave a lot of ammunition to Trump haters who want to hurt him and try to wreck his chances of becoming the nominee in 2024. This is an interesting dilemma that Republicans have. Here's the dilemma. Pro -life fighting for the sanctity of those unborn babies, the sanctity of their lives, the sacredness of the innocent. That's a centerpiece that's foundational for the Republican Party. And whether we like it or not, this particular debate that we're having in America over abortion is crushing us at the ballot box. And Donald Trump, I believe, was trying to address that with Kristen Welker on Meet the Press. Let's get it out of the way. I've been dreading this all weekend. Well, it wasn't all weekend. I mean, this first broke, I think, Saturday. They gave a little preview of his answer. I don't love his answer, but I also don't love the way Trump critics are pouncing on him, claiming he's not pro -life. I got into a big knockdown drag out, as I expected I would with my friend Mark Davis in Dallas, because Mark is now hell bent on proclaiming that Donald Trump is not pro -life. And he's saying that because of this exchange with Kristen Welker yesterday on Meet the Press. If a federal ban landed on your desk, if you were re -elected, would you sign it at 15 weeks? Are you talking about a complete ban? A ban at 15 weeks? Well, people are starting to think of 15 weeks. That seems to be a number that people are talking about right now. Would you sign that? I would I would sit down with both sides and I negotiate something and we'll end up with peace on that issue for the first time in 52 years. I'm not going to say I would or I wouldn't. I mean, the sanctus would really design a five week and six week ban. Would you support that? I think what he did is a terrible thing and a terrible mistake. But we'll come up with a number. But at the same time, Democrats won't be able to go out in six months, seven months, eight months and allow an abortion. Now, there are people who took that answer and proclaimed that Donald Trump is not pro -life, like it's important to proclaim or make some kind of declaration that he is not pro -life. I believe it's ridiculous to claim that a guy who's the only president to ever attend the March for Life, the guy who promised to get Roe v. Wade overturned because that was terrible federal. That was a terrible federal ruling and appointed Supreme Court justices who did just that to claim that Donald Trump is not pro -life is preposterous. It's absurd. It's virtue signaling. And perhaps it's just. The opportunistic way you chalk up some points for Ron DeSantis, because clearly Team DeSantis is pouncing on Donald Trump over this remark. I believe two things can be true at the same time. You can be pro -life and you can acknowledge that this issue is killing us at the ballot box. And we're losing elections. So President Trump has some campaign trouble to manage. Meanwhile, our current president can barely navigate a simple speech. If you miss Joe Biden at the U .N. this week, well, buckle up. Remember when Trump went to the United Nations and gave a really good speech and the media freaked out and said how goofy and wild and unpresidential and unprecedented it was, they had a complete meltdown and he gave a really decent speech. Compare that to the appearance of Joe Biden yesterday at the U .N. Now, even as we have all our institutions and drive creative new partnerships. Let me be clear. Certain principles of our international system are sacrosanct. Both Biden and Kamala Harris do the same thing when they say, let me be clear, run for the hills, because when they say, let me be clear, you're going to see nothing but mud and gibberish. I mean, babbling incoherently in front of the United Nations. And if that wasn't wild enough, you've got the Ukrainian President Zelensky. He marches in with his entourage. You know, I used to say I was torn about Ukraine. People that I respect insist that we have got to continue to fund the Ukrainian battle with Russia, that the American people have to help Ukraine with its border. We dare not have a wall for our own border, but we better, by God, help Ukraine with theirs. We better fund them. We better give them the missiles they want. We got to give them the ammunition they need. We need to. We got to stop Vladimir Putin. And if you push back against that, you're a stooge for Vladimir Putin. You're a Putin puppet. Just ask Tucker Carlson. When Tucker dared to express the belief that the American people have bigger fish to fry than funding Ukraine, he was thoroughly denounced and renounced as a stooge of Vladimir Putin. So there goes Zelensky marching into the UN yesterday with his bodyguards and his entourage, and he gets up to that podium. And what he said was pretty stunning. I expected he would stand at that giant podium in front of that ugly green background at the UN and talk about the need to fund his military. Talk about Russia's aggression against the Ukrainian people. Talk about Ukraine's place in the whole worldview of things instead. We got this. Even though humanity is failing on its climate policy objectives, this means that extreme weather will still impact the normal global life and some evil state will also weaponize its outcomes. And then people in the streets of New York and other cities of the world went out on climate protest. We all have seen them and when people in Morocco and Libya and other countries die as a result of natural disasters and when islands and countries disappear underwater and when tornadoes and deserts are spreading into into new territories and when all of this is happening, one unnatural disaster in Moscow decided to launch a big war and killed the tens of thousands of people. No wonder loony leftists have the Ukrainian flag in their front yard. You would think the Ukrainian president had bigger problems than climate change. Meanwhile, the United Auto Workers hit the picket lines this week. They made a few modest demands like a 40 % pay raise in a four day work week. Speaking of the UAW strike, I watched Sean Fain, the president of the United Auto Workers Union on the Sunday morning news shows. And you know, I admit I'm not a real big fan of unions. In fact, quite the opposite. I kind of think that unions have helped destroy many aspects of our economic system. In fact, it's a commonly held view that pension plans that used to be in place contributed to the decline of the U S automakers. Well, now the UAW is demanding pensions come back. They want the old fashioned defined benefit plan. And as Bloomberg points out, pensions are not worth striking over. You know what I find interesting about the UAW dispute? I heard all the talking points about how the corporate executives at the big three automakers make too much money. That's a Bernie Sanders mantra. That's an Elizabeth Warren trope. The executives make too much. You know, a company can be producing billions of dollars of revenue, but the Bernie Sanders of the world want to cap what an executive at one of those companies earns, which I always find so fascinating. It's as if they want to equate the guy or gal on the assembly line with the big automakers. Well, they're not the same. I mean it'd be nice if everybody made the same amount of money in life hate to break it to your life doesn't work that way. Some people make more than others and admittedly a lot of it is luck. I don't deserve the living that I make, but I'm very blessed to make a good living. There are people make a lot more than I do and I don't begrudge them anything, but simply because somebody that might have a show on television might make 10 times what I make. I don't think I should make what they make simply because we do the same essentially same thing. I mean, and Democrats always have such hypocrisy on this issue. Like somebody just texted me, how many homes does Bernie Sanders have again? It's more than one. But here's something that I noticed when I heard Sean Fain, the president of the UAW talk about executives compensation and how we're not making enough and we're taking steps backwards. I mean, the fact of the matter is the union gave up the defined benefit pension plan in a previous negotiation. Now they want it back. When you give up a benefit like that, you're not going to get it back. That's not realistic. And here's what I'm interested in. You know what was missing from all the coverage of the UAW strike? They never talk about what auto make auto workers make. Now I kept hearing how somebody on the assembly line can't feed their family. Really? What do they make? I kept hearing that Sean Fain kept saying the auto workers have taken three steps backwards. Really? How much do they earn? I know what they want to make. They want a 40 % pay increase and they want to only work four days a week. Now that's a pretty good deal.
A highlight from Neil Mammen
"Folks, welcome to the Eric Metaxas show sponsored by Legacy Precious Metals. There's never been a better time to invest in precious metals. Visit Legacy PM investments dot com. That's Legacy PM investments dot com. Ladies and gentlemen, looking for something new and original, something unique and without equal. Look no further. Here comes the one and only Eric Metaxas. Folks, welcome to the program. I am so excited right now I could burst almost literally, but not literally. I have on a friend, Neil Mammon, who is involved in something that I've been talking about for some time. It's really exciting. So I before tell you all about it, why don't I just say welcome, Neil Mammon. Thank you. Good to be here again. OK, we're going to be talking about something. I can't believe it exists. I feel like I dreamt it up, but nobody would ever execute such a thing. But you and Roger Elswick. Have made this a reality, this is a big deal, this is an answer to a real problem we have, I say everywhere I go that folks, if you're going to a church that is not dealing with the issues in our culture, that is unwilling to face this and that is whistling in the wind, that is fiddling while Rome burns, you need to find another church. I say this over and over and I beg people, God will judge you for sitting in a church that is shrinking from its duty before God to speak to these issues. And then the question is, people say, well, where would I go to a church? So, Neil, tell us. Well, the problem is really, really obvious. And I get that all the time. I go around speaking. People go, oh, do you know a good church in this or that area? Well, it turns out that more than that, it turns out one point seven million people look for a new church every month. One point seven people look for a new church billion million. And now if you assume that's a family unit here or there, that's about five million people looking for a new church every month. Most of them turns out it's Sunday morning. So I wanted to do some research on it. So I went on, you know, that the source of all information is Google's barred artificial intelligence. And I said, tell me what sort of churches these people are looking for. And Bard comes back with, oh, they're looking for progressive, more loving, more accepting churches. That's what Google said. And I said, really, is that true? I don't believe that. So I said, give me the information. Give me the evidence of that. By the way, before I start, I should mention this. I have a statistics. I want a statistic. I want your readers. I don't want you to guess because you'll know the answer. Here's a quote. Only 17 percent of Americans go to church. The interest in religion is minimal. And in New York, single women are more likely to be sexually active than attend the church. Worse, 33 percent of all pregnancies in New York are out of wedlock.
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"Investment Advisors. Switch to interactive brokers for lowest cost global trading and turnkey custody solutions. No ticket charges and no conflicts of your interests at ibkr .com slash ria. And 130 Industries. And remember, you can access Bloomberg Intelligence through BI Go and the Terminal. I'm Alex Steele. And I'm Paul Sweeney. Stay with us. Today's top stories and global business headlines are coming up right now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg dot com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. Talks aimed at ending a united autoworker strike are underway for a second straight day with no breakthroughs reported. Appearing on MSNBC, UAW President Sean Fain said that progress has been slow as the two sides continue to meet. Nearly 13000 autoworkers remain on strike, demanding better pay and pension benefits. House Speaker Kevin McCarthy says President Biden will get what he wants if members of the GOP caucus remove him from the speakership. If you did a motion to vacate, you would have to a handful of Republicans work with Adam Schiff, Eric Swalwell, Ehan Omar to remove the speaker. And it would be exactly what the president wants. During an interview on Fox News Sunday Morning Futures, the California Republican said ousting him would shut down the house and stop the impeachment inquiry against President Biden. McCarthy also brought up what it took for him to secure the speaker's gavel in January. He was elected after a historic 15th ballot. McCarthy's comments come after Florida Republican Matt Gaetz vowed to bring forward a motion to remove the speaker unless he meets conservative demands on spending cuts and policy reforms. Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deputy Ryan Klinkenbroomer was killed in an ambush -style attack Saturday night near the Palmdale Sheriff's Station. Sheriff Robert Luna says they're searching for answers.
A highlight from Personal Evangelism: Public Evangelism
"All right, seeing your handout or your bulletin, what we're doing this afternoon, I think I need to give a couple of notes of explanation before we begin. We're not doing this in the morning service because it seemed to me, and I thought long about it, and some of you know I was kind of back and forth in my mind on it, it seemed more appropriate to this afternoon and what might be more of a teaching session than preaching. I am not bound absolutely by this, as would be seen in last Sunday morning's message, but I do believe as a general rule in the morning, or when we're preaching, we preach from a text, or multiple texts, but we preach from a text. And I don't really have a text per se today, although I feel very comfortable that what I'm doing is working out of what God's Word teaches. The second is that this will be posted on sermon audio, though we are not streaming right now. And some may be listening to this on sermon audio that are not here, have not been connected with this mess, or with this congregation, and I feel that I need to say something to those. There may be people who object to some of my conclusions in this sermon. I would just ask that if any object that they bear in mind is one message. One message. And I am covering a big subject. I actually, because of things that were thrust on me that I had to work through, I engaged in a very deep study of this subject of public evangelism, and the results of that study I summarized for myself in notes, something over 40 pages of notes. I say that just to say, you think I have a lot to say in this message, this could easily be multiple messages. And I am just scratching the surface, and I acknowledge there are many things I am going to say that I am not going to give a full defense of, and some things probably will sound surprising, that I say. The third thing for any who are listening on sermon audio, I believe that you can readily find an email link on sermon audio, associated with our account, that you can email. If you have real concerns with anything said here, I would be delighted to attempt to address those questions. Alright, so, basically what I am saying, I am hoping that there is a Berean spirit that will take what is said and see if it accords with scripture. So, with those two notes of explanation, let me begin. This series on personal evangelism has been on that subject of personal evangelism. I've repeatedly defined my use of that term.
A highlight from Walk as Children of Light
"Sing to the Lord. Do it in the assembly. When you come to worship on Sunday morning, do it in the corporate worship service. When you're just hidden in the crowd on Sunday evening, and that's why we sing all the Psalms here, the Psalms of joy, the Psalms of sorrow. Pour out your heart to the Lord in song. A third speech act that also will stir the spirit in you. Verse 20, he says, giving thanks always for all things to God the Father in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ. Now notice the absolutes that he uses here when he says this in verse 20. He says, always give thanks to God. If you've had a mom and dad, what do they always do when someone gave you a gift, when did something kind, served you food? They tried to teach you to say, thank you. And our lives are filled with God doing things. If we could just stir our minds a little bit where we could say to him, thank you. Giving thanks to God. And he says, give thanks always. He says, give thanks to God for all things. Now that's hard, but it's possible. When times are sunny, thank God. When times are dark, thank God. You'll remember Job, fabulous example for us. Job in response to losing everything. He lost his job. He lost his income. He lost his home. He lost his children. He lost his health. And then what did he say? He gave thanks. The Lord gives, the Lord takes away. Blessed be the name of the Lord. When the days are evil, we easily can just spiral down within ourselves into morbid introspection. We can get sucked into doubt and despair, swallowed up inside ourselves in self -pity. These three speech acts, these three speech acts will pull your focus outside of yourself, outward to other people, upward to God. And these outward acts will keep you from being sucked into the inner darkness of your own heart, your own pain. We need the community, the community of God's people. We speak to them. We need them to speak to us. We need times of gathering together for worship where we can sing and where we can thank God together. But sometimes it goes on for a very long time. Sometimes the days become overwhelmingly bad, evil, too many bad things. It's just like they're flooding in through the windows and the doors. Too many, too many good things get lost or broken beyond repair. It could be your son, it could be your daughter, it could be your health, it could be your sin. And then you recognize, you start to sense, I'm not doing well. You start to sense that I'm not resisting the temptations as they come up. You start to sense that you're not handling your trouble well. The days are dark and your light is not shining. Your light has run out of batteries and you feel guilty about it. You feel shame for it. You feel like a failure and you're confused. Where's God gone? Where is he? Well, these are some of your psalms maybe. Psalm 31, 22, I am cut off from before your eyes. Psalm 42, six, oh my God, my soul is cast down within me. Deep calls unto deep at the noise of your waterfalls. All of your waves and breakers have knocked me over. What will enable you to keep looking for light when everything around you is just getting darker if it was even possible? You need a light in the darkness. And this is our Jesus. Jesus is the one who went through ultimate and total darkness. It was physical darkness and it was spiritual darkness, physical darkness. When Jesus hung on the cross, literally the skies blackened for hours, but not just physical darkness. He went through spiritual darkness. When Jesus hung on the cross, it felt like God had turned away from him and God did turn his face away. And in that darkness, in the dereliction of his soul, Jesus never stopped looking up. Jesus didn't turn his face from God. Jesus in the darkness kept looking up to God. That question, why have you forsaken me? That was upward, outward. He was looking to God even in that confused cry. And in the gospel, Jesus is the light which shone in the darkness. John one, in him was life and the life was the light of men. And the light shines in the darkness and the darkness did not comprehend it. This is our lot in this fallen world. Sin, misery, and into this dark world, this darkness, Jesus entered and shines. Isaiah nine, two, the people who walked in darkness have seen a great light. Those who dwelt in the land of the shadow of death, upon them, a light has shined. John one, nine, Jesus is the true light which gives light to every man coming into the world. He was in the world and the world was made through him and the world did not know him. In the gospel, Jesus hung in darkness so that we who believe could be brought into his marvelous light. And when you believe and when you receive Jesus as the light of the world, he changes you. He will remove your darkened heart. He'll take that away from you and give you a living heart. And when you are scared and when you are in the dark, he will always come to you.
A highlight from Pauls & Barnabas Accountability to the Local Church_10
"Amen. Thank you for tuning us in. I'm Darryl Bailey, servants for Christ as we continue on in the life of the Apostle Paul. And so here we deal with the 10th in our series of the life of the Apostle Paul. Acts chapter 14 verses 21 through 28. This closes out the first missionary journey of Paul as we continue on to get to the second and the third missionary journeys. Here, September the 13th, 20023, the 27th of Elul, 5783 of the Hebrew calendar. Now, we talk about Paul and Barnabas' accountability to the local church. Unfortunately, community ignorance is the way that many churches operate. They think that within their own selves as whatever they come up with, they can just do what they want to and not be attentive to God's Holy Spirit. But God's work is accomplished by God's power, working with God's people. And the church is not to be run by the congregation instead by God's clear standards and plan that he has. And there's a lot of churches, they're just doing their own thing and they're not taking any wisdom and leadership from the Holy Spirit of God. They say, maybe we'll get a bunch of people this way. Maybe we'll get a bunch of people that way. Maybe we'll get this and we'll get that, you know. But they're doing it in their own power and strength instead of the power of God's might. And they will never be successful. Paul and Barnabas, their accountability to the local church says volumes in this particular message of this ending of the first missionary journey of Paul. And so, I want to invite everyone to come and be with us at Theffal Crossroads Baptist Church. Our pastor, Keith Dempsey and First Lady Amy. Sunday schools 10 a .m. Sunday morning worship at 11 and Wednesday nights. Kids for Christ. Boy, did we have a bunch of kids this past Wednesday night. Bunch of, man, kids love kids. And 7 p .m. Wednesday night, come and be with us at 450 Iron Hill Road, Taylorsville, Georgia 30178. Boy, I tell you, the kids had a wonderful time. And so I hope and pray that you begin to bring your family back into the house of God you're before missing out on the greatest blessings that you could ever have. Come and be with us at Theffal Crossroads Baptist Church. Now, AD 47 to 49, if we continue on with Acts chapter 14, verses 21 through 28 of the first missionary journey that we give. And we look at Paul's Acts travels because on land, Iconium, back in Acts chapter 13, the land on Lystra, he started up in Acts chapter 14 on that last part of running and then on land to Derby in Acts chapter 14, verses six to 20 on land and Lystra in verse 21 on land, Iconium in verse 21 and on land, Antioch of Pisidia in verse 21, then on to Perga and verse 25 of Acts chapter 14 on Attila, verse 25. And then from there, he started back from where he started out from the beginning of the first missionary journey all the way back to Antioch of Syria on the Mediterranean Sea, headed back because he had completed his first missionary journey that God had sent him and Barnabas upon to go on. And so. As these sections here really tells of what we're talking about tonight in verses 21 down to verse 28. And I'm glad Charles Rice said how incredible that Christ should be kept outside of his own church, how gracious that he would still seek entry unquote. You know, here we talked about in the past, we talked about Paul's pattern for preaching and how that in chapter 14, it gives a clear picture of God's pattern for bearing a witness to his name. We saw Paul and Barnabas, all the things they experienced and how they had difficulties. They were expelled from Antioch in Pisidia. They took the dust and knocked it off their feet. And they went on to Iconium and then they went to the people where they tried to stone them. And it went on to Lystra where they were treated like gods. The crowds are different in every area of place throughout the world. And when the crowd changed their minds and began to stone Paul, he just got up and went to Derby. That wouldn't all. Paul and Barnabas had the courage to retrace their steps so that they could help encourage the new Christians when they returned home. And they told the church what the Lord had done, not what they had suffered. Paul and Barnabas put Christ first and others second and themselves last. They had a job to do and they were determined by God's grace to do it. And so every one of us, that was God's pattern. It was of seven steps that we talked about and how God expects his servant to be able to preach the glorious gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ. Then we talked about Paul's distractions in Lystra, how there was a lot of things that distract us from Jesus. We talked about how we spelled the acrostic of Lystra, lost in thought, the Y in yourself, S for sports, the T for television and internet, R for radio and music, A for alcohol and drugs. Who here can get distracted? Everybody. All Christians get distracted and they need to maintain our focus on the Lord. And I'm glad that every one of us, that Jesus is the offer and finisher of all of our faith, amen. And so we can have distractions in these new cars because there's so many buttons and gadgets and everything that we could go down the road. These millennials think their telephone is more important than their own driving ability to drive down the road safely. That they want to text somebody and they want a conversation with somebody they can't see. And it's a sad thing because Paul and Barnas was preaching on the city streets of Lystra and they ended up healing a crippled man that had never heard the gospel message of salvation. And it stirred the crowds and the streets that got such an attention for the miracle healing that was misconstrued as they were gods. And they were a distraction and they ended up being called Mercury and Jupiter, which thought to be the gods of that first area. I believe that if we're honest and we'll look deep into our hearts with all the spiritual distractions that surprise us, we get distracted sometimes by the choir. Oh my goodness. We get caught up. Where's the ensemble today? Oh my goodness. We ain't got enough people to have the choir. And I get all distracted by all of these things. That's got to happen a certain way in the church because it's always happened that way in the church. And they've got to continue to do that that way. What a distraction. Why not just follow the Holy Spirit of God? Man, I'm going to tell you, maybe the preacher might come in one Sunday said, why don't y 'all go shut up and sit down? I got to preach. Hallelujah. Amen. And so let's get to it. Amen. And so in our own imagination, we get to pay attention to all the things except listening to God us communicate through the gospel message of the minister behind the pulpit. Then we get up and all of a sudden we got somebody that's spirit fed, but we don't want to be spirit led. And so all of a sudden we begin to overlook the message. Oh my goodness. That preacher could have preached a little bit longer. He could have preached shorter. Oh my goodness. He could have used this. He could have used that. We begin to critique the message that God is sending to the church and we get up there and get distracted by all of these things. God help us today. And so I'm glad that the life of the apostle Paul here is that message of the last part that he's talking to us about. And he's telling us that there are two great ministries when you come to church. Amen. Two great ministries in the church. Listen, I want you to look for this and remember this pastors, the two great ministries in the church is the preaching of the gospel and number two, making disciples. Did you hear me? It's preaching the gospel and then it's making disciples. We preach the gospels and some folks get saved and they don't never come back and we can't even disciple them. They all of a sudden they thought they got saved that one time and they don't need to come back. They join the church. I've had them join the church and never saw them again ever. They never came back. But how can you disciple somebody when they don't let you disciple them? And everybody's got all the answers that we can do it this way and that way. But then there's a third thing. Let me say it this way. The third most important thing in the ministry and the church is not only the preaching of the gospel, not only making disciples listen to me, the strengthening of the church, the unity of that church. It has to stay strong. It has to stay unified and there can nothing come between anything in politics or cliques or all of this or this deacon or deaconess or that that thinks they're going to run the whole picture. And this family name of the Smiths and the Joneses and the justice and all of these other last names. That's a prominent somebody in the community that they say we got to run the church because we're a prominent family name. No, that's not how God wants it. God don't want it that way. And so there's a terrible neglect in both evangelism and strengthening the church. Just how are churches made strong? That's what we're talking about. Paul and Barnabas had an accountability to the local church in this series. And in doing so, we see again.
Remembering Black Hair Care Pioneer Dr. Willie Morrow With Mary Reed-Johnson
"Am so excited to welcome back to the broadcast today. Our special incredible guest host, guest contributor. You guys know her from Hairhead Heart. Well, I am so excited to just to have her back to talk on this very particular topic that she does. It's really like a series that she does exclusively for us at the Hair Radio Morning Show. It's her 10 things you should know. So who gets the treatment today? It is a gentleman that we just recently lost. Of course, we're talking about the mega, mega superstar in the way of black hair care, Dr. Willie Morrow. So Mary Rhee Johnson, good morning and welcome back to the Hair Radio Morning Show. Absolutely glad to be here. It's always just exciting. I just appreciate you. Well, back at you. And we're going to find out all about what's new with you and Hairhead Heart coming up a bit later. So first, Mary, we just got to jump in. What on earth? Now, listen, I thought I knew just about everything about Dr. Willie Morrow. And just to tell you quickly, yeah, I had interviewed him like literally decades ago. We're talking over about, well, here's my age going out there, but about 20 something years ago, literally. And his daughter and I have been friends ever since. Cheryl Morrow has been an incredible beacon in my little life. And the fans, you guys have gotten to know her. She's been on the Hair Radio Morning Show many, many, many times. And that's her family and what they represent and what she represents. And she's carried the torch. I call her literally Hair Royalty. You'll always hear that. That's how I refer to her. Because to me, Dr. Morrow's the hair king. So I'm real excited. So I can't wait to hear what Mary Rhee Johnson has put together for us today. So Mary Rhee Johnson, take it away. All right. Well, number one, legends never die. So even though he's not physically here with us. We're starting at number 10, right, Mary? Yes. We're going to count meow. Yes. So this is number 10. Yes. In recognition of that, I'm going to say everybody's got to lay hands on CBS Sunday morning. There was just a small tribute to him. And I think that's him probably. Look at the July 17th, if you can find it. CBS Sunday morning. And you'll see a little bit about. Yeah. You can YouTube the guys out there. So yeah. Yeah. So I think that's always good. So that would be my number 10. But he had a lot of layers. So we're going to chop into some of those layers that Willie represented. And one of them ties into what you mentioned already about his daughter, Cheryl. So one of the things Willie had was a newspaper. And it was called the San Diego Monitor. And he actually ran it for many years. And then his daughter, Cheryl, took it over. So I think that's another interesting fact about Willie. Absolutely. In fact, the San Diego Monitor news that Cheryl does, she has taken over that, which has been incredible. And it's a great digital brand. I usually get the digital version online and read. Cheryl herself always has a unique way of looking at things. And she's been able to do some incredible things with this. And I kind of always think of her as kind of almost like the same as the story with Matt King Cole, and then you got Natalie and her success. That's what Cheryl has always put me in the mind for, lack of a better, different way to say it. But that's what she's always put me in the mind of, just someone who carries the beacon on from a very successful dad. So this is the type of thing. And you don't have to always come from royalty. I'll say fact number eight would be that he came from, now he had two children, but he came from a fairly large family by these standards. He was one of eight children. Yes. And yes, I did that. From, was he born out in California? Oh, no. He was from Alabama. Oh, okay. Yep. And his mother and father, excuse me, I'm going to say that they would be the next one, number seven, they were sharecroppers. And you know what a sharecropper is? Well, I definitely remember, wasn't the sharecropper the folks who, after slavery ended, maintained the land for people to have firearms and stuff like that? But tell us, yeah, tell us what your research revealed. Well, that is exactly, so his parents, like he created a legacy in royalty, but he didn't come from that is what I'm saying. But it doesn't matter. It's like if you are of sound mind and have intent to do better for the world around you, then you can. Like he didn't let anything stop him. Wow. Well, I'm just, yeah, I'm impressed with that. I really am. And to, you know, I have to say to hear so many incredible folks in the hair and beauty industry talk so lovingly of Dr. Morrow's commitment to the hair and beauty industry, and what he has done for so many, I'm raising my hand as well. He's always been someone that I have modeled my career and life after as well. And everybody I know, we all look up to Dr. Morrow, everybody I know in the hair business. So this has been, yeah, it's really big. Thank you, Mary, for doing this. This helps us to put his life into perspective. And we wanted to do that as a very special tribute on our broadcast.
A highlight from Session 9 Evangelism
"We are at Methods of New Testament Evangelism, number 2, page 26, and we have small letter A, Personal Evangelism, pair in one, examples, I've already given them to you before, I'll add one to it, Andrew brought Simon Peter to the Lord, and Philip brought Nathaniel to the Lord, another one is Paul led Onesimus, Philemon 10, Paul called Onesimus his son in the faith, and of course Paul called Timothy his son in the faith, and so you have those. Now the impact of these, number 2, the impact of these examples, the impact of personal evangelism is the very basic method of evangelism. That is basic, one on one, and reaching souls that way. If your church wins people to Christ, believe me, it's going to be one on one. They're going to be saved during the week and they just step forward on Sunday. Now I do believe it's important to have them step forward on Sunday, have them make a public profession, but you're not going to get very many who walk in the door and come forward and accept Christ. You get some, you're going to get them through personal witness during the week, and it's always good to get up and preach and know there are two people out there today going to come forward, because they've already been led to the Lord that week, and so the secret is getting people out there witnessing to them, getting people out there that will win them to Christ and bring them forward and see them come to know the Lord. And then we have public meetings. Right here is the, I forgot about this again, pardon me, now we're catching up. Public meetings, we'll catch you down on impact here. Public meetings, right here is the place where we make a big mistake. So often we've come to believe that unless a person comes to Christ through a public service, he'll not be saved. I don't know that that's plaguing any of you. In fact, many a believer depends on the services of the local church to do the work of the responsibility to be a witness. Now that is true. They figure we'll invite them to church, but it'll be the job of the church and the preacher to win them, and my responsibility is done with inviting them. Now they ought to invite them to church, but we need to train our people to witness and be witnesses for the Lord Jesus Christ, and so very, very important to do that. And any public service, if the public service is the instrument that brought them to Christ, now I was brought that way. I got saved in a public service, but I had a mailman get out of his mail car on the farm and walk out across the field and stop me on a tractor. I pulled back the clutch on the John Deere and stopped and talked to the mailman, and I respected him, and he didn't witness to me, but he did invite me to Christ. Had anybody witnessed to me? Yes, they had. I had an uncle in Kansas City, and that uncle had gotten saved, and I saw the change in his life. My parents had put me on a train in Colorado to go down to Kansas City to see my uncle and aunt, and I think when I was 11 I went down, 12, 13, 14, right in those years. My uncle had a dime store business, and he was seeing it go forward in a tremendous way, and he was just so involved in it, and he had a series of dime stores that he sold out to TGNY, and he had a number of dime stores, had a couple of dry goods stores, and I went down there when I was 12, and he went to Lutheran Church on Sunday morning, and then Sunday afternoon I'd go to church with him, Sunday afternoon they'd have sandwiches for Sunday dinner, eat quickly, and then pull all the blinds in the house and turn on the lights, have it dark in there, and then they'd have the money bags, and they'd pour out the bags on the dining room table, and we spent Sunday afternoon, all Sunday afternoon, counting dimes and quarters and nickels and pennies and dollar bills, but primarily the small change. We'd count and count and count. I'd take an afternoon, and then he'd pack it up in bags and take it to the bank on Monday, and man, that really impressed me as a kid, wow, all that money, I thought maybe that's what I wanted to get into, was a dime store, and I was 13 and I went down, and on Sunday morning we went to the Lutheran Church, Sunday noon we had a Sunday dinner, Sunday afternoon they didn't draw the blinds, they didn't pull the shades, they didn't pour out any money, they didn't do anything like that. He said, let's go in, we're going to sit down and read the Bible, and he read the Bible to us, and then he said, now, you boys, I had two cousins there, and you can do some things outside, but we'll go to church tonight. That night, got in the car and we drove over to Central Bible Hall, Kansas City, where Walter Wilson was the preacher, and I heard Walter Wilson preach. As the first time I ever heard a sermon about the blood, he preached, tonight I'm going to speak on the blood of Jesus Christ, and I thought, blood, what an awful subject, and in church, and I decided I wasn't going to listen, I was going to go to sleep, which I can do pretty easily, I can relax and fall asleep, and so I tried to sleep, I was sitting right between my aunt and uncle, and I was about to fall asleep, and I'd nod my head this way, and she'd nudge me, and up I'd come, and then I'd need the other way, and he'd nudge me, and there I sat, the whole service, and heard the message about the blood. I didn't get saved, I never forgot it. My uncle witnessed to me, he'd take me on his, as he drove from one dime store to the other and looked him over and told him what he wanted, drove to his warehouse, he'd talked to me about the Lord. He had been genuinely converted, and changing his life, and became a right good preacher, a lay preacher, he became a very good preacher. He told me one time, he said, I held every position in the Lutheran Church except pastor. He said, I've been a member of the Synod, I've been the treasurer, I've been the chairman of the Synod board, I've had every position that's possible in the Lutheran Church except pastor, and I wasn't saved. So he witnessed to me, he would write me letters, and beg me to accept the Lord. There was another man that witnessed to me. I was about 18, 19, I was out of high school, and I wasn't able to be in World War II, I wanted to be and never got to be because I was injured on the farm in a bad accident with a runaway team of horses, and my heart was so damaged I couldn't, and my lungs, every rib in my body was broken, and so I never got to be in the service.
A highlight from Evangelism and Church Growth
"Well good morning. I appreciate the confident prayer of Jeff as he thanks the Lord before he even hears me utter a word. There's a bottle of water under here. Am I allowed to steal this? I don't know whose it is, but charge it to Larry I suppose. Well in light of whatever I have to bring and wherever I've been privileged to serve and whatever God has been gracious to teach me, may it be today as with our forefathers that we would simply think of ourselves as ministers of the Word. Let's let's pray together and I mean wave that by Mike Woodall and I don't think he just wants to say hi. How's that Mike? Is that better? All right now we can pray I suppose. Oh God may we be absolutely brought to the end of ourselves when we come to the gospel. Let us see not just at the cross the good news of our deliverance, but let us see the horrible cost of our rebellion. And let us believe God in the cross and in the cross alone there is Oh God we would pray this day as we come this morning to the start of a new day together we thank you God for all that you have planned for us. For we know God by virtue of your word and how you have been so good in days gone by we know you will continue to be faithful. So we call God upon that faithfulness and trust in it now that you would come and that you would take your word and that you would by your spirit make it effective to speak to our hearts stir God our every affection and passion and wrap it around the cross of Christ. God we would thank you praise and you and God may it please you to send forth your word may you watch over it God even now to perform it in Christ's name. Amen. Did Jesus have to die for the church to grow? I think that is a question that needs to be fought through by every faithful preacher of the Word of God. Did Jesus have to die for the church to grow? For in fact much is taking place in today's church that is considered growth that doesn't seem to be related at all to the death of the Lord Jesus Christ. Did Jesus have to die for the church to grow? I think we need to think about that question not just in the realities in regard to its truthfulness but also if true we need to consider it in regard to the implications that it has for the labors of our own ministry. It is a question that texts like John 12 24 bring to mind. Jesus speaking of the hour of his being glorified in his cross he states these words truly truly I say to you unless a grain of wheat falls to the earth and dies it remains alone but if it dies it brings forth much fruit or think of these words of Jesus just a little later in that same chapter Jesus said and I when I am lifted up from the earth will draw all men myself to or think of Christ's words in John chapter 10 he says I am the Good Shepherd and I know my own and my own know me just as the Father knows me and I know the Father and I lay down my life for the sheep and I have other sheep that are not of this fold I must bring them also and they listen will to my voice when the seed dies it brings forth fruit when Christ is lifted up all men are drawn to him when the Good Shepherd lays down his life the sheep will follow it is these kinds of texts and bold declarations that led the Apostle Paul to draw the theological conclusion that there is an inseparable connection between the death of Christ and the end for which he died that is the constructing of a body he would refer to as the church the fruit the people the sheep would all be drawn together in the formation of a tangibly expressed group of people that he would call his own this truth led Paul to declare in Romans 1 16 I am not ashamed of the gospel for it is unless we have a big debate about what is is it is the power of God unmistakable it is the power of God Paul saw the gospel of Jesus Christ and him crucified on that gosh on that cross as the very means by which God would manifest divine power to establish equip and one day exalt and lifted up glory the fullness of his redeemed body the church the bride of his beloved son that the gospel of the cross of Christ is indeed a declaration of divine and effectual power for the establishment and edification of the Church of Jesus Christ is a sound truth held out for us in Paul's letter to the Corinthians his first letter in particular I found it encouraging after having picked this text a few years ago when our meeting when we kind of lined out this conference a little bit my heart began to lean toward this passage and just recently in the last few weeks I came across this note by John Stott he makes this comment about this particular text he says in it we find no clear exposition in the New Testament of the place of he divine power says it is perhaps the passage of scripture which preachers should read and study more than any other and by which we should judge and reform our ministry that was quite a statement to me I think he is quite right believing the growth of the Church of Jesus Christ to be a reality created and sustained by divine power to this text we want to look this morning to receive a commission as preachers of the gospel as a commission as deliverers if you will of divine power and by the grace of God to be seen as servants through whom all men will come to believe to the increase of the kingdom of Christ and the building up of his church now in this text from Paul's first letter to the Corinthians the Apostle Paul sets forth what I would say is his theological understanding of and commitment to this precious gospel of the cross yet as he sees as he sets it forth it it is not what many might expect to hear we need to read 1st Corinthians 1 18 through chapter 2 verse 5 as if the gospel is a surprise as if it's not what we would have expected we we've read that passage so long we probably go okay that's the gospel but when the when the world hears this gospel they don't go oh yeah that's good news it catches them completely by surprise it is completely unexpected it sets everything they ever thought about the gospel in reverse consider before we actually turn to the text several points of observation in the proclamation of the gospel an unexpected word goes forth that accomplishes unheard of and quite unexpected results it is a word that from all observable criteria would not have been received by any in the world it already being enamored with its own word and finding it more to its liking and pleasure a word that to the world was void of any real significance a word that was not shaped properly to be embraced by their self -shaped passions it is a word that appeared weak if not utterly impotent and foolish if not utter madness in a world that was consumed with the pragmatic wisdom of man a word went forth that in truth worked if you want pragmatic if you want something I that works present to you brothers preach the gospel because that works the rest of it is just play you want to be novel and innovative in today's world preach the gospel nobody's doing it so be different I should love all these people don't want to be different they all look the same it's like nothing they've ever seen and nothing they ever expected furthermore in the proclamation of the gospel the substance of which we find to be the very power of God something unexpected occurs in the lives among those to whom it is proclaimed God takes very unlikely subjects who do not travel in the acceptable circles of the world's elite academically politically socially and he takes them into his school he brings them into his courts and he invites them to his celebration he takes those who are far away and brings the mirror near he takes those who are nobodies in the world and makes them the somebodies of his own economy he takes the blind and gives them sight the deaf and makes them hear the mute and makes them speak the lame and makes them walk he takes dead people and makes them live that's what the gospel does like a farmer who has at his disposal see that he casts upon the ground hoping the ground to be rich and ready and some power from above like rain to fall in abundance on the seed with which he was also supplied he didn't make it himself he wants that rain to make it grow in the preaching of the gospel a man takes a message that appears from all human estimation to be weak and without power and cast it upon the unlikely the rejected the unexpected the undeserving the on everything by falling by the falling of the Spirit of God from above upon the soil of the heart into which the gospel seed has been cast God brings light out of darkness and life out of barren death one last thing to think about before we look at the text itself in the proclamation of the gospel God comes to people in a form of human weakness you ever wonder why he called you to preach every Sunday morning about 1025 I'm having this argument on my office not me yes you not me no I'm not a charismatic everybody hear that you understand you must be kidding I have a mirror in my office and every now and then I get bold enough to look at it and I'm thinking not me yes you so shut up and preach because you're the guy to do it today God comes in the form of human weakness he chooses the most unlikely bearers for his glorious gospel and comes to men in weakness fear and trembling and furthermore were it not for the true power of the message itself there would have been no lasting impact made by the vessels themselves who were in truth rather impotent and unworthy vessels to begin with but we will do well brothers to recall this gospel comes in an unexpected word it performs an unexpected work and is in truth delivered and unexpected and even unimpressive wrappings like an insignificant creature that one can take in his hand in its apparent weakness which at the same time is found to dwell in the palaces of Kings so this gospel which comes to men in the appearance of weakness and insignificance and is in truth the very wisdom and power of the king of heaven itself now this is strange to impact and change the world to say the least with such a message but it is in truth the very gospel of the cross of Christ by which the church in every age grows up into her head the ever -glorious Christ it is most important however that the claims that we have just made in summation of the text before we actually gave you the text and exposition those claims need to be rooted in the scripture themselves so I'd like you to find with me again that text in 1st the text in the broader context of the whole of Paul's letter and see why Paul would write such words about the cross of Christ helpful in this were some words by Earl Ellis and a book he wrote called prophecy and hermeneutic in early Christianity and dr.
A highlight from The Debut of NFL Sunday Ticket on YouTube
"Welcome everyone to SI Media with Jimmy Traina. I am your host, Jimmy Traina. Thank you so much for listening. Bonus episode, bonus podcast on this Monday after the first Sunday of the NFL season. We had the debut of NFL Sunday Ticket on YouTube. It was on DirecTV for like 25 years. Now it's on YouTube. And Sal Licata, who joins me every week for Train of Thoughts from WFAN in New York and SNY TV in New York, joins me where we share our experiences with Sunday Ticket on YouTube, getting it set up, what we thought of it, full review, full breakdown of everything, what you need to know about it, what their differences are if you have YouTube TV, if you have cable, full breakdown of everything all related to NFL Sunday Ticket on YouTube. That's what this pod is with Sal. It's like a full -blown Train of Thoughts. So listen to Sal and I discuss it, come back later in the week for a regular episode. If you missed any recent episodes, check them out. Last week, Julian Edelman was on. He was great. Just joining Fox had some great Brady and Belichick stories. Charles Barkley was on recently, Peter Schrager, Chris Russo. Check all those pods out. Subscribe to SI Media with Jimmy Traina. And this is one of two episodes this week. All right, let's get to it now with Sal. Full episode here on NFL Sunday Ticket on YouTube. All right here right now on SI Media with Jimmy Traina. Welcome everyone to SI Media with Jimmy Traina. Thanks for listening. Bonus episode this week. This will be one of two. We're taping this on Monday after the first week of the NFL season, the debut of the new Sunday Ticket on Yahoo, on Yahoo. What a dope. On YouTube, on YouTube, I had to get on with Sal and we're just gonna riff about our Sunday Ticket experiences in week one. Sal, how are you? I'm great and I'm excited to have this conversation with you because we've had this many times over the years at dinner, at our houses, whatever, discussing this exact thing. And we both, I know, had great experiences yesterday. So I'm looking forward to talking about it with you. Well, let's start with this. There are many, many train of thought segments on this podcast over the last three months where you said you were not going to get Sunday Ticket. You were not going to get it. You're just focusing on the New York teams. And then I got the text message. Let's see here if I can find the text message. Even, even early, I noticed you were starting to cave a little bit earlier this week. Actually, 9 .34 a .m. on Sunday, I'm still on the fence. And then at 10 .45 a .m., the text came in from Sal. I'm in. It's like Michael Jordan returning to the NBA. I know. I thought about writing to you. I'm back. I was thinking about it as the week went on. I told you, like, because of the lineup with the playing Giants Sunday and the Jets playing Monday, that to me made it worse. Or you were saying, oh, well, you're going to have the national games. Yeah. But knowing that I didn't have to watch those games at that time made it more appealing for me to get the get the Sunday ticket. So I kind of thought I'd be going that way. And then Sunday morning I was like, fuck it. Let me just get this thing in. It's worth the money. Let me see what it's all about. And is it great. So so let me do a little preamble here before we get into it, because I want to say this and let me know if you agree, disagree. But before we even discuss this, I think what we need to establish is this. How you feel about Sunday ticket, whether it's direct TV, YouTube, the changes or it's it's going to depend on how you watch football, number one, and it's going to depend on what services you have. Now, for instance, Sal has direct TV. I have I don't have direct TV. Oh, oh, you have optimum cable. Correct. OK. Optimum cable. You were scamming the direct TV Sunday ticket all these years. That's right. All right. I did have direct TV. Right. And this is an important part of it. I don't want to gloss over it. And then I moved into the city and I was not allowed to get direct TV. So what they did was allow me to stream Sunday tickets. So I have been able to stream Sunday ticket for several years. So whether you have optimum like Sal, I have Verizon, Fios. Some people have direct TV. Some people don't have any cable. They have streaming services. That's a factor in all this. And then the other thing that I think added so much confusion over the last couple of weeks and is early yesterday there's also this huge Sunday ticket is different based on whether you have YouTube TV or you're just using YouTube. Now, Sal and I both have cable, so we're just using YouTube. If you have YouTube TV, the experience is different. So there's a lot of layers to this. It's very convoluted. I'm going to do my best to try to break it down for you now. So the biggest thing is this. If you have YouTube TV, you're good to go with Sunday ticket with your in -market and out -of -market games. You have nothing to worry about. If you don't have YouTube TV, like Sal and I, you're not getting the local market game. So on Sunday here in New York, Steelers, Niners was on Fox at one o 'clock. Browns, Bengals was on CBS at one o 'clock. Those games are not part of our Sunday ticket packages on YouTube. If you have YouTube TV, they were. So if you don't have YouTube TV and you just have YouTube, you have to have more than one television. I think if you want to watch all the games, if you care about one team, you're fine. You really do need to have two TVs because what I did was I had on my big TV, the multi -view with the four games. And on the second TV, I had one of the local games because that's how you have to do it. So, so far I weigh in on what I've said so far. Yes. Okay. Question here. Number one, if I had YouTube TV, do I then get the local games as part of the game mix? Yes. Oh, shit. See, so I may consider then, I don't know if I'm realistically going to do it, but that to me is like the number one thing that's been missing forever on the prior service. And now that I cannot have, because like you, I like to have the game mix and the four box grid, but it automatically takes out whatever local game is on. And I hate that. So here in New York, we could not get a four game multi -view that had either Steelers Niners or Browns Bengals in it on Sunday. Cause those are in market games. So there was no multi -view whether it was four games, three games that had those games in it. If you had YouTube TV, those games were part of the multi -view. So you, so you, so you would consider getting rid of optimum and getting YouTube TV. Well, I didn't know that that was the case. I mean, I probably, truth be told, I'll never be a cord cutter, but if I were to get it in addition, it might be worth it at least just for the season. Now I screwed up because I bought the ticket. Although I guess you have this period now where it's kind of, um, you know, the tree trial period and I can make a decision at the end of the week, but, uh, I'd rather than go back and get the ticket much cheaper if you buy YouTube TV, I think. Right. You know, YouTube TV is like $80 a month. It's like a cable service.
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A highlight from Rich end up in the Golisano hospital they sent him home because he is not a kid does not mean he is not a kid. Matt had Hilary in his Town Rich had Hilary in the bathroom. Matt insults everyone and he is capable of even insulting a moron. Rich played in a casino for 4 hrs and lost only 25 cents! Matt will BLOWUP on the end Episode #419 August 21th. 2023
"And Divan it is, Divan Monday, August 21st episode 419 from This Mike Rich and from This This is our European A's Monday we start Monday not Sunday We already explained it in previous episodes enough Usually people, even though we say we start the week with Sunday, they wake up on Sunday morning going Hey the week started, it's the weekend for them So really psychologically we start the week on Monday just like you guys Why are you tripping? You start the weekend Monday. I don't I don't stop the weekend or week are going through Oh, it's just a matter of semantics. Who cares? I'm sure everybody in Europe is working on Monday, too. Are we working on Monday, too? People in you how do we just say that that's the day that the week starts everybody starts to work week on Monday? People in Europe getting lazy. They work only 40 hours a week and they have weekend off Saturday and Sunday Mostly we mostly have that year to accept that we accept me. Well, that's your last 20 years. I'm going through well I'm still waiting for the weekend. Oh, well, we just keep going. Okay. I decided you know, that's Self -inflicted abuse though. I mean job has to get done, but people should take time off you you understand But what's my time off? I do it on Sunday. Yeah, but job is a job has to be done and I cannot have it done Yeah, that's true. I understand Around there's more do you know that at one time in this country there were called blue laws? You weren't allowed to be open their work on Sundays. What is blue is to talk about that another. Oh, yeah I remember yeah. Yeah, and then some genius came as new CEO Except chick -fil -a told them to you know, put the peanut where the monkey put them We're trying to keep it. We're trying to keep the show clean. Yeah. Well, you know They don't make cows on Sunday cows sleeping. Yeah. Well, they don't eat more chicken Whatever that is. Yeah. Remember we did a day There was a day that we did that and yeah, and it was actually chick -fil -a that came came up with that anyway, go ahead Why don't you start with the essentials? Let's just let's just start with the essentials which is better than the weather Yeah, we gotta do that then. So first of all, we need to we need to say thank you to Julian Bruce To give them credit for all the music and tools then they are provided us with the intro song divine Naples It's from them. There are key to our patchouli. We have a bunch of CDs. I think 12 different CDs They they made and they are available in our divine and divine Naples coffee in Weinberg, right? If you interested you can come and purchase we have new sponsor this week and it's divine spa sponsoring ourselves It's a wellness month. We still have 10 days to go So if you're thinking to relax, maybe you have a massage reflexology Just a little bit lay down do nothing and have somebody to work on your body make you feel better and get your muscles detoxed Check it out my divine spa calm 239 244 1434 is the number of the best rated spa here in downtown Naples So that's that if you are planning to go to the beach Just don't pack too heavy because you know, you guys to pull it in pull it out Give us a chance to service you with beach delivery beach SOS that count 250 items Available and we will bring it to you in no time 20 minutes 30 minutes sandwiches desserts bottle of wine beer Anything you can think of so that's that you got q -tips No, but we should add them. Yeah Clean your ears on the beach why I don't know you've got everything else from band -aids to I Always have to come with something. Yeah, that was good to see one more thing. I know you're gonna fit it is but Do we need to take care of this or do we want to do this the business part? Is it a need or a lot is it both? Okay there. All right, you need but I want right and I wanted to clarify that because we don't need to we let we want to take the Bruce and Julie. Yes, we don't need to we need to yeah, we are happy to do I know but we want to yeah But I'm our heart. Yeah, so so do you ask me for a q -tips? I'm sure next week you ask me for all change right if you do that on a parking lot. Why not on the beach? Yeah, when you land on the beach, right? Who knows you'll come up with something. I'm sure probably would like to do that What's the weather? I don't know. Did you finish the assumption? I'm done so rudely interrupted Why just cannot keep it white? How many are you gonna put me on another put another hat on me? Yeah, now I'm the weather guy. Yeah, you were the guy so all these hats. I gotta change one time. He had me as a Captain, I guess I was sailing the seven Z's and I was all You crushed the ship then you took that hat away because you probably crushed the shit Anyway, you were looking on the girls on the beach and he crushed the ship Yeah, see and here's the deal today's weather is gonna be this We're gonna have a high of about 97 and a low of 78. It's gonna be cloudy and not cloudy Oh, yeah, it said it's cloudy and not cloudy. So there'll be clear skies. Sounds like cloudier Yeah cloudy. I know Claudia. I know cloudy. I know a couple cloudy is here and I was gonna tell you to That go ahead and prepare because there's a great possibility or almost just like the Sun rises every day It's probably gonna rain today. No, yeah, but anyway, there's your weather in Naples Yeah, I'm glad it will start doing all of Southwest, Florida. I'm glad we are not in California. Yeah Oh, yeah, my son went through that Because California right now is hit by Hillary. Yeah, but he was yeah But he was talking about how it is nothing but they did have flooding that that's the problem down there But you know what? Are they gonna find something else to complain about? I mean they went through 12 years of drought. He'd probably go like hey, give us a couple of hurricanes You know and fill up all the reservoirs and anything But anyway, you know, I'm so glad people getting pretty good idea what Hillary would be like if she would be a president. Yeah They all they all smell She lost. Oh, yeah, and and I remember somebody gave me toilet paper to heal a picture Oh, yeah with her picture, I put it. Oh, that's so bad. I put it in the coffee I would have saved it for a souvenir. I put it in the coffee shop. Oh nice And oh, it was like it was like a bit exhibit First first friend of mine Chris he went there Just Even out thinking over there I will have it with nightmares. Yeah, just this he was afraid that's okay Anyway, yeah. Well, that's enough Well, I mean it's fun to make fun of it I mean both sides are clown show But anyway, and that just here's how political we want to get we need to come together as a community There are things that we could do that we couldn't you know, it's not like talking about compromise or whatever but people should be able to come to a consensus of what is good for a community and One of the things that we think is really good for the community is to build local businesses because everybody benefits economically There's jobs people go up the social ladder. So there's not that much Argumentation there and then why can't we get together and talk about you know from a local perspective? who we have in offices and commissions and all that to To get people to put in the right policies that make business run smoother more efficient more environmentally sound and these types of things but doesn't you know throw a Wrench a monkey wrench into the engine, you know Simplify things and and get things expedited so that people could work and buy things and get along with their life That's what a kind of politics I want to be involved in. Yeah, does that sound good to you? Okay, I'll take it and I will add to it. What is good for a community is a humor, right? Yeah, yes to make fun of everything you can because that apparently Extend a life span it does and we're talking itself month. So, you know, hopefully we're making you smile I just oh, yeah, I'm gonna I'm gonna just hit play on these two morons Did you just call me that I called us that well don't know I just did I just insult morons Speaking the health I have to share something with everybody here. Yeah That is something that I experience in whole day So since six o 'clock in the morning, I actually woke up five. I went to sleep 230 so I got a couple hours with sleeping as a new dolphin with one eye open and So I don't know where sleep and then I was scheduled to go to one facility in four Myers and I have to share the experience with everybody and and kind of lift people with You know that that may end up there for different reasons, right? And just wanted to prepare them that that that facility is above and beyond so If you have a little person or a little human child Good child child home and need the assistance with the doctors and you have to be Seeking the medical, you know professionals in the hospital There is a hospital. It's called Golisano Children's Hospital, Southwest, Florida It's a in ninety nine eighty one south health park in four Myers And that's why I end up today drove there one hour to meet. Dr. Michael car, which is Absolutely top Why the arch what he does and I have to tell you we were so lucky to have Him to provide us the expert services which was probably procedure of 30 minutes, but all around took almost all day and Michael car doctor that been practicing over 35 years is retiring So if you planning to have some kind of problem In in the field of pediatric urology you very hurry up because he's gonna be gone and one of the top doctors from Philadelphia will disappear in retirement. You may see him on a beach or somewhere else But if you have the chance to get in his hands for any type of care It's unbelievable you come to the hospital This is this is how I expect if I have to go to hospital or anybody has to go to hospital This is how I expected my experience in some of the hospital here in locally in Naples Never been good. Okay, I have to say that and for many reasons, but this Hospital is top -notch you arrive people smiling on you. You know, the check -in is very smooth They never make you feel nervous or you should be nervous or somehow make you feel like, you know, something is going on especially when This goes about kids So, you know, there's so much that you think of and the kids, you know in an unknown space is it's a hospital So maybe some of them never been there and then you go through all this process checking out before surgeries and everything else absolutely top -notch Every single person from the greeters on the door to the people that will direct you and and the you know Tell you what's gonna happen you receiving throughout a surgery you receiving text messages. It's almost like a post game You know, that's great minute six to his in it. It's not a Artificial intelligence. No, no, they're actually writing the text message to you so if you as a parent sitting somewhere in the waiting room and your kid is Going through procedures you have an idea what's going on and it's almost like a hockey game, you know, he's just like, you know What's wrong? Play those so I don't know much about it. You don't play much with balls anyway Yeah, no hockey is a puck and you've already explained to people that you don't like sports with balls That's correct, so we we got it narrowed down right so go ahead with your hockey illustration So you get a text message, you know what's going on and then every single person on a Third floor every single person, you know in the end everything went well, everything was smooth Everything that we've been told actually happened No complications anything and and you asked somebody to get you somewhere in the secular area They're smiling. They had to get I mean, I just I just told the gentleman that it was opening door for me I said you people here so friendly. I want to thank you home all I want to thank you all of you home with me Yeah, I've noticed it's had a profound impact on you. Yeah, people treat each other. Yeah I'm just hoping that that stuff flows like that that same mojo that vibe that flowed from them on to you Will now go from you and to me. No, I just I'm suspicious. I'm suspicious I remember when I first time arrived in Las Vegas, right and you know, you just like I Put the 25 cents in the machine. I was playing for two hours. I couldn't get rid of And then then I finally like four hours later I got $50 out right and I was like, okay, let me let me step up the game So I went to the table with the roulette and I goes like, oh that was smart. Yeah Yeah, I go like, okay break it down and I asked him for give me ten You know, whatever you call it. Yep chips for five dollars and the guy look at me like what am I doing? I mean, he didn't count on me playing there. He thought I'm just not changing, you know, right so he gave me ten chips and I like very happily put them on the numbers and black and white and stuff and He just look at me roll the ice both three o 'clock in the morning. I was tired Yeah, and he spent in that one quarter four hours One quarter. Yeah, because I was winning and losing really and with one quarter. Yes and Then he spin the wheel, you know The the numbers and the number went to somewhere and I lost and he look at me and I was so sad I was like $20, you know first round. Yeah, and he took the pen and he knocked on this on the sciences minimum bet $50 I Got nervous. He's still laughing Just finish it. I will take it all anyway So the second thing what but then later on, you know Didn't bother me and then later on said, you know what they doing they putting oxygen or something in in the in the air conditioning So people are up, you know, oh, yeah lifted and so happy and and giving you cocktails And playing for hours for 25 cents So I what I want to say if they do anything like that in that hospital because I'm suspicious the oldest people are so happy They must have put something in there conditioning You're gonna just soften me up for the real bill that's coming to your house in the mail in a couple while It's gonna be insurance, but I just met Yeah, but one thing is if they pushing something in the air conditioning I would like to ask them for recipe and push it all over here Yeah, cuz I'd like I mean if it's had a tremendous impact on you today I mean, I'm just hoping I'm receiving the good vibe from you. Yeah, so why don't you keep going back to that hospital before we? Every day you go to the hospital just hang out with them then come and do it Yeah, I don't really need to go to hospital. I even said publicly few times if something happened to me. Don't bother I'm not worth it. They picking up the garbage Monday Wednesday Friday throw me dumpster I think I just What I'm just saying is go there and let that mojo get on you every day come here the same way you are Yeah, but you are very happy I just want to say that it was very important today And I'm glad that I'm aware of everything that was happening and we don't need to talk about it but I'm glad that you found a service that took care of your family member and Everything worked out well and you left there in good spirit and and and everybody's healthy and gonna heal healthy I will only say if you have a situation which is stressful because some Little human that do you care about so deeply have some kind of medical problem believe me the Golisano hospital will taking care of it professionally and on all levels so don't worry There is a place that will do exactly what you expecting as a care a medical care and absolutely top So I just wanted to share that with you because it's important for us to understand that we have These facilities here that you know wonderful people and and people that can afford great money Yeah, and and you know build a hospital for kids, which is the future which is the most important thing that we have on this planet Yeah, and and it's also one of the services that they have actually are only provided by this particular hospital and that's Between Tampa and Miami So this is a very important hospital and and just support it and and if you have anybody or know anybody that needs Anybody in your family or you know anybody that needs to have some kind of procedures done or whatever You know go ahead and get a hold of this hospital and see if they can is worth every penny Yeah, that's all I'm gonna say, you know what happened April 26 to 1928 No, you don't know well, I think maybe it has to do with a trail yes Right because we got a big trail here.
A highlight from Rich end up in the Golisano hospital they sent him home because he is not a kid does not mean he is not a kid. Matt had Hilary in his Town Rich had Hilary in the bathroom. Matt insults everyone and he is capable of even insulting a moron. Rich played in a casino for 4 hrs and lost only 25 cents! Matt will BLOWUP on the end Episode #419 August 21th. 2023
"And Divan it is, Divan Monday, August 21st episode 419 from This Mike Rich and from This Week. We are. This is our European days of Monday. Yeah we start Monday. Not Sunday. Right. We already explained it in previous episodes enough. Well, usually though people, I mean, even though we say we start the week with Sunday nobody goes, hey, they wake it up on Sunday morning going, hey, the week started. It's the weekend for them. So really psychologically we start the week on Monday just like you guys. What are you, why are you tripping? You start the weekend Monday, I don't stop the weekend or week. are going through. No, it's just a matter of semantics. Who cares? I'm sure everybody in Europe is working on Monday too. Are we working on Monday too? People in Europe. So how do we just say that that's the day that the week starts? Everybody starts the work week on Monday. People in Europe are getting lazy. They work only 40 hours a week and they have weekend off, Saturday and Sunday, mostly. We mostly have that year too, except that we've turned. Except me. Well, that's your problem. For the last 20 years, I'm going through. I'm still waiting for the weekend. Oh well, we'll just keep going. I decided, you know... That's self -inflicted abuse though. I mean, job has to get done, but people should take time off. You understand, but what's my time off? I do what on Sunday? Yeah, but job has to be done and I cannot have it done. Yeah, that's true. I understand. I turn around and there's more. Do you know that at one time in this country there were what were called blue laws. You weren't allowed to be open to work on Sundays. What is blue? We'll talk about that in another day. Oh yeah, I remember, yeah. And then some genius came as new CEO. I said, we're not going to open Sunday, let's just do it. Except Chick -fil -A told them to, you know, put the peanut where the monkey put the peanut. We're trying to keep the show clean. Yeah, well, you know, they don't make cows on Sunday. Cows sleeping. Yeah, well, they don't serve burgers, they eat chicken. Or whatever that is. Yeah, remember we did a day, it was a day that we did that and it was actually Chick -fil -A that came up with that. Anyway, go ahead. I'll tell you what. Why don't you start with the essentials? Let's just start with the essentials, which is essentials. Better than the weather? Oh yeah, we gotta do that then. So first of all, we need to say thank you to Julie and Bruce to give them credit for all the music and tunes that they provided us with. The intro song, Levi Naples, it's from them. Tera chitara patchouli, we have a bunch of CDs, I think 12 different CDs they made and they are available in our divine and divine Naples coffee and wine bar. Right. So if you interested, you can come and purchase. We have new sponsor this week and it's divine spa. How many of you are sponsoring ourselves? Yeah, there we go. Yeah, it's a wellness month. We still have 10 days to go. So if you're thinking to relax, maybe you have a massage, reflexology, just a little bit lay down, do nothing and have somebody to work on your body, make you feel better and get your muscles detoxed. Check it out. Mydivinespa .com. 239 -244 -1434 is the number of the best rated spa here in downtown Naples. So that's that. If you are planning to go to the beach, just don't pack too heavy because you're gonna have to pull it in, pull it out. Give us a chance to service you with beach delivery. Beachesos .com, 250 items available and we will bring it to you in no time. 20 minutes, 30 minutes, sandwiches, desserts, bottle of wine, beer, anything you can think of. So that's that. Do you got Q -tips? No, but we should add them. Yeah. Just in case. You never know if you gotta clean your ears on the beach. Why? I don't know, you've got everything else from band -aids to.
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"sunday morning" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"There was a little bit of a shift there with forte, because according to Todd pletcher, the plan all along had been to run in the fountain of youth and then very likely go back to keenland for the bluegrass where he's already won twice and then go to Churchill with the Florida Derby kind of being the backup selection as far as an option to the bluegrass. But after winning the fountain of youth, it sounds like something has changed because now the floor to Derby is there is their main goal ahead of The Kentucky Derby instead of the bluegrass, have you heard anything why the switch in plans? I saw on Sunday afternoon where he spoke to Mike Welsh of the racing form Sunday morning after the race and he said he preferred the 5 week gap on April 1st from the Florida Derby to the Derby instead of the four weeks. I mean, it was non weeks. The Derby was 9 weeks from Saturday. So they either had to go 5 weeks to the bluegrass and then four to The Kentucky Derby and given he had run so well over both tracks. It was the spacing that made the difference with the Florida Derby. Very interesting. Out on the West Coast, we saw another big performance from three year old with Derby aspirations, the Tim yak teen trainee practical move, backed up a graded stakes when at Los alamitos with a win in the San Felipe stakes. And the funny thing was Tim yak team was getting a whole lot of publicity before this race, but it was mainly it seemed for being taking over some of the former Bob Baffert trainees on a temporary basis. I don't think he was really getting any sort of pub for the horse that he's had all along practical move, but he's going to have plenty of publicity now going forward. I agree and in fact, despite having won that Los Alameda for charity by open lens, he was ten to one that day in a 5 horse field and he wound up drifting up to 4.20 to one Bobby and that was the actual fourth choice in the San Felipe field. The two horses were in second and third were the favored in the second choice. And Haji, who wound up forth, set the pace. The thing with the baffert horses, there were four transferred entered in that race, only three went to the post and arguably the most accomplished, most respected Derby contender was national treasure. He scratched with a minor foot issue, but apparently acting said he could make back can still make the final prep and be okay and sets for the Derby. I just thought, you know, to me, practical move is not grinding out those wins. He's offering an explosive turn of foot into the stretch and granted he got a great trip in that same Felipe along the inside, but I thought that was pretty impressive to come back and win that race like he did and bodes pretty well for him. He's still got to stretch out to a mile and 8th next time, but that was a good-looking one. Yeah, the positive is that he looked really, really good doing it. I guess if you're a glass half empty kind of a person you're saying, yeah, well, he was beating horses that were stretching out or maybe just coming off their maiden winds and didn't have quite the bottom that some of the other horses who were running around the country had, but listen, he did what he needed to do and he continues to improve and he certainly looks like a major player when he goes in the Santa Anita Derby next. He doesn't need to run in the scene. I need a Derby to qualify for The Kentucky Derby. He's already got plenty of points right now, but plenty of money on the line in the Santa Anita Derby en route to that first Saturday in May. All right, we're going to take our first break. When we come back, we've got two other big Derby prep from this past weekend to look at or to recap. We're going to look forward to the big races at Tampa Bay downs this weekend. This is the bris net dot com call in show on HR RN.
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"Sunday morning Cats Roundtable's starting at 8 30 on 77 W. ABC. Joe Nolan, you mentioned last hour that this is the heaviest traffic you've seen in a while since the pandemic, essentially right in a while. They have all the kids going back to school in New York City. You have a lot of the essential workers who hadn't been are going Back to work today, so He got a whole lot of people have been down on the road in a long time. And it's showing you have an hour delay coming inbound of the George Washington Bridge. 40 minutes at the Lincoln and Holland at the Tappan Zee Bridge were slow getting down and over the bridge at Exit nine. An accident one lane out east about cross Bronx extra heavy off of the bridge over to the Sheraton. That accident should be gone by now. Drive North Bong. At 53rd Street. A tractor trailer wandered out on the roadway. Of course, he doesn't belong there. Stop and go traffic through NASA county on the L I even Casino Boulevard Queens Boulevard. Pretty much the same thing on the Staten Island Expressway. Stop and go all the way across. And then they wanna see BQE from 65th Street to the Brooklyn Bridge are all jammed in westbound belt Farmers Boulevard and accident there and also on the island eastbound Southerners, the want to westbound Northern State Post Avenue area that crashed. And alternate side of the street parking rules and regulations are in effect. I'm Joe Nolan with traffic on talk radio 77 W. ABC. This is Sid on Sports. Goodness 77 w. ABC start with the robbers game, I should say the three game set in the Queen's between the Mets and the Yankees. The Mets won Friday. The Yankees won Saturday. Sunday.
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"Every morning every Sunday morning starting at 8 30 here, John talks with Nigel Farage, British political activists about Well, Biden. Good Morning, Nigel. How are you this morning, John. Good morning. What a shocking, shocking week. It's been hasn't that I can scarcely believe what Biden did. Did he notify Boris Johnson, prime minister at all? And great Britain he did not for over 100 years. Virtually every single conflict. We've been side by side, the British and the Americans, you obviously far bigger than the hospital. We're still a very important for to an ally of America's. We weren't consulted. NATO wasn't consulted. Joe Biden did not ring any world leader speak to any world leader and so 48 hours after the full of carbon, and this is the most complete failure of leadership. I've seen in my lifetime. He gets all the heavy hitters. Mr Katzman TD's Katz's Roundtable Every Sunday Morning at 8 30 on 77. W. ABC. Joe Nolan still awful out there right now. Yeah, get tons of stuff out there. First of all up in Westchester. The Saw mill is closed Tuckahoe Road and Lawrence Street. Bronx River Parkway, both ways between Yonkers and the Bronx River Road and then again around the Springbrook both ways on the Taconic at the Springbrook. It shot Hutch, Dortmund, East Lincoln Avenue. There's flooding, and then all the way down in Somerset County, Montgomery Franklin area 5 18 River Road, all the causeways to go across the Millstone River. All of that is shut down and again, all of it because of major flooding down there. BQE north, Um, Captain Plaza, There's someone around the road also. As you begin to travel out onto the Dortmund side of the Hutchins, Lincoln Avenue, the right lane is out. Then a moronic avenue, an overturned vehicle, Right Lane and his service cross Bronx West manage room. There's a crash. New England Thruway South Beyond Boston Road, an accident the right lane, then a stall in the center lane, a country club road, Cross Island, South Beach in Jamaica Avenue. That stalls you just about me out of the way one would think eastbound Route three. The service rub. Again that flooding continues as you start to come in towards the area of sea Caucus Road route. 22 v XL Road at the Parkway at Glenside Avenue. All those places.
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"You ask me. This is one of the greatest songs of all time. And your mommy's good looking about a Toronto You like this one. I love it. Great Leave. It was recorded down the street. Was it really chess records? No, that I believe so great Billy Stewart. He's a He's a stomach. Check this out. There's uh there are versions that are on the YouTube. That are long versions. The version that we grew up listening to on AM radio back in the day is what you know is a short and edited version. But there's a just an absolutely amazing longer version that is worth your time today. Truly one of the great songs of all time I did not know that was recorded a chess records on the chest label from back in 1966, and you may know this. Also, it goes all the way back to the 19 thirties. As part of George Gershwin's up their corgi and best right. That's right. The beautiful, uh You know, much more sedate version of much more sedate. So the summertime it's haunting. Yeah, the original version, But yeah, that's that's a Gershwin song that is definitely Gershwin song. I'm just looking at some notes on this song on the YouTube listing. It says that the drummer on this song is Maurice White from Earth, Wind and fire. He was a session drummer right for chess records in the sixties and seventies. Yep, he played with Ramsey Lewis. Playing with play with Ramsey Limit Lewis and Young Holt Unlimited and Course was became the lead singer of Earth, Wind and fire, Of course. So there you go. Nice connection. Nice Three connections. Little connection today. So what are we most excited about today? Sherwani Maxwell Street reopening. Exactly. Bins were closed all year last year. Heartbreaking just back open for business now. Completely heartbreaking. And, you know, we talk about Maxwell Street all the time here on the Sunday morning show. And we have Nicky Butler on the line with us. Who is the manager of Maxwell Street Market. Nikki, Welcome to WGN and congratulations on the reopening today. Thank you guys. That you warmed my heart when I heard how how happy you are that we're reopening. So I hope that that you guys have a moment to stop down today. We would absolutely love to see you. I would. I would love to come down there today. Uh, so explain how this is going to work now, you know, before I want to talk, a little Maxwell Street and the legend and And you know all that, but just real quick. Uh yeah. Is it business as usual? Have things changed at Maxwell Street because of Covid. Um, the the answer to both questions is yes. Yes, It's business as usual for us, But, yes, Things also have changed up a bit. So the first big change would be our, uh, schedule this season. Instead of being here every single Sunday. We're going to be joining you every 1st and 3rd Sunday. So today being the first Sunday in June, we are here are for our first day back, although we do hope that when we get to 2022 post pandemic that will be back with with you guys every single Sunday again. Okay, that's great. And are there any protocols? Going on there that people should know about before they come down. Well, we are asking that people still you know where their masks? Yes, We know it's hard. Yes, we know. You know all of the things that we're seeing on the news and how those things are changing every day, But with our bridge phase that we're still currently in at least today we are asking folks to wear their masks. Um, certainly as much as possible. Yeah. Okay. All right. So be aware of that social distancing at all anything like that. To be aware of? Yes. I mean, we are certainly you know, it looks as I've been outside today. It looks as though everyone's doing fairly well, So this whole year has taught us all how to stay away from each other together. I think if that's a thing, um, but we we are doing it. You know, people are are certainly here and happy to be back. So I have seen a lot of folks. They were almost ready to hug each other, and then they go. Are you vaccinated? And then they start hugging each other because they found out that they were so That's a very wonderful things. Right? Um, that we've got so many, you know, um, returning vendor than returning visitors. Um, you know so many wonderful faces to C and C again and that they can actually I'll hug each other because they're verifying each other's vaccination status. Right. It's got to be just such a great reunion there. I would think of The people. The merchants, the people who are Maxwell Street regulars, Uh, two to see each other again. Yes, it is. I can honestly tell you I I have cried off all of my sunscreen today, just and those are happy tears just because I'm so happy to see them and they're so happy to see each other. And it just looks really, really neat thing to see. You know you You didn't really know that. You know, when we closed over a year ago with what everyone thought was just going to be a couple of weeks away, you know, would turn into 16 or 17 months. And you know, it really is like missing your family. So I've you know, tried to keep in touch with as many vendors and you know, Of course, they keep in touch with each other. But it really is like a family reunion out here today, so and I think that our visitors are feeling that same love. So there's a There's a lot of fun and a lot of silliness in a good way. He's going on today. Yeah, you got to have some fun out there, right. Oh, yeah. Yeah, you have to I I would think That just it's got to be emotional for people as they not only the vendors and the people who work there, but for people who are coming there that it's so iconic Lee Chicago And now and also representing that things are getting back to normal. Maxwell strength is back Being. Perhaps the best feeling is that things are now are just starting to feel a little bit more normal. Um, you know, and I think that's what a lot of people say to me, you know, even said, you know to me. I have a vendor who's been here. I think he's been doing this since maybe 1966 or so how? And he said I had nothing to do on Sundays, and I was like, I'm so sorry. You know what? He was here before I got here this morning. So if that's any indication is to the joy and excitement. Um, that that was building and just how happy people are to be back and happy that we are back. Oh, he was so happy to be back there. He'd be Europe. He beat the boss to the gates. He beat me in, and I was like, No, wait a minute. I usually get here. Turn the lights on to make the coffee. What are you doing here? But, Yeah, he's he He was here when I got here is wonderful. It's wonderful to see and we're looking forward to welcoming the city of Chicago back so We are back today with we've got, you know new vendors that are trying trying this out for the very first time, a lot of returning vendors, of course, and then we have some vendors who are still on their way to us so they may be joining us by the third Sunday, this world So, uh, you know what would just kind of walk us through?.
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"Pepper, oregano, olive oil and lemon e Did my my favorite honey mustard sauce salmon on the grill? Always a favorite. I've been grilling up a storm this week. Getting ready for the Memorial Day weekend, which is kind of the unofficial start of grilling season in the Chicago area. This coming week on my TV cooking segment. Wednesday about 9 30 in the morning on WGN TV. I'm going to be doing some grilled pizzas on the grill. In the week after that, I'm gonna be doing ah, whole variety of burgers on the grill there, you know, there's more than just the ground beef Patty on the grill. That you know you grow too long. And it turns out like a hockey puck. Er, you sit there with your spatula and just squeeze all the all the juices out of it and dry it out. There's so many different kinds of burgers that you could do and so many different cooking styles as well. Devin O'Brien is with me on the phone line was the senior food editor with eating well dot com. Devon. Nice to have you On the show. Welcome. Thank you so much. So you excited as I am about a grilling season that's kicking off. I was out in the rain this week. I was out in the cold weather this week. I just I can't. I can't get enough of it. I love grilling. I'm right there with you. We actually do it all winter long and especially eating while we're working really far in advance, So we're used to being outside grilling and ice storms, no storms, you name it. So this morning, I was focusing on getting my grill clean and ready. Very important to clean your grill. Once a year. I've had a few girls. Liars in my time. So learn, learned my lesson.
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"25 Dean Richards Sunday morning on double G. M. Most of you have been to the Vatican know The Majesty and the beauty, uh, that is the Sistine Chapel, Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel. You stand there in all of all that is around you. Now All of that beauty is going to be coming to the Chicago area for Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel exhibition that will be at the Oak Work Center Beginning May 19th running through August 15th. You know, Probably the best way in a sentence for me to describe this to you is that it brings you the Sistine Chapel the way the virtual Van Gogh exhibit Brings you the work of Vincent van Gogh. And joining us on the line is the founder and CEO of Special Entertainment events. Martin be Alice Martin. Thank you for joining us. You're actually responsible for the Van Gogh exhibit, aren't you? He is. Hi. Good morning. No, actually, we're not. And the the van Gogh exhibit is a spectacular experience. It's Zwiers. You have primarily have all the images projected. Were by ours are reproductions recreations on a special fabric to give it the look and feel off. The frescos. They're in the original size. People don't realize how big they are. Because when you're in there, you know Sistine Chapel in you Look up at the ceiling, The 60 ft high. They they looked like a stamp. So we re created the entire ceiling. Think of it, as like you walking underneath me like 10 ft under the ceiling. So you seeing them up? You know up close in the original size in the same order. Azi. Michelangelo has has painted these frescoes. Plus you also have the last judgment. Those of the works that he did at the Sistine Chapel. That sounds very interesting. I was I was told incorrectly about your involvement, and with The van Gogh exhibit now of this whole thing, actually is going to be presented at the Oak work Center. I mean, it sounds much more organic. It's it sounds, you know, for those of us lucky enough to have been in the Sistine Chapel to experience it. It sounds like it's much more like the like, actually being there, right. Exactly So if and, you know, hear this a lot if you've been at the Sistine Chapel and then seeing this and taking all the time you'd like to go through, listen to audio guy. Um it compliments. You visit your previous visit. If you're planning to go, Oh, and hopefully we can all travel again soon. Ah, if you're planning to go again, we're told this is a great way to to, uh, to prepare and then have the entire exhibit. Of course. It. I'm sorry. The entire experience. Of course. You know, this will never be able to replace the original, but it comes pretty close. You know, we we think of it as if we basically peeled off the the images or the frescoes from from the ceiling. And present him to you up close. You know, in the original size on and and you know, again, you can take all the time you could take all the photos you want, because you can't do that at the batter that to them. The real Sistine Chapel, Right? Yeah. You know, you cannot do their very, very militant about that. That was one of the reason why I created this experience. We are in the exhibition's the business. We're behind Titanic or Star Trek or or you know other King Tut. Other major exhibit s. Oh, So it was. When I visited the Sistine Chapel. I just didn't have the right experience. It was very time. It was very crowded long lines. You worried? Pushed in there 20 minutes. Lots of screaming, Uh, you know, but of course, you have to see the original. If if you can, but s. Oh, that's when I That's why I had the idea to great created this way. Yeah, it sounds really quite spectacular. And as I'd mentioned will be at Chicago's Oakbrook Center. Looks like it's going to be here through August. The 15th and it opens on May 19th this coming week. And will be open until August. The 15th for people to come and experience it is it is it just walking into the recreated Sistine Chapel or is there more to the exhibition? Well, you know you have you have the opportunity to really learn and experience. These We have a wonderful audio guy. That a European professor, uh, research done and created, you'll hear already all his secrets. You know that all his secret messages that he put in each fresco? Um, we have a little theater. Uh And so it is, you know, plan on spending at least an hour or even two. Uh, And, uh, just just it experienced this exhibit or these frescoes from a perspective that no pope has ever Been able to see you think of that. You know, because nobody really was up in Unless you know you go up its scaffolding. These images were all taken. After the restoration 25 years ago. So so, so again, you know, no Pope has ever been able to look at this from that perspective. So it is really it's really stunning. We get great reviews, and I believe for Chicago. We have Sistine Chapel exhibit. Uh slash Chicago dot com If you want to learn more about it, But, yes, we're here opening on the 19th of May and and then last Abati this August 15 sounds terrific. Martin be Alice is the founder and creator. Special events Entertainment. Thank you for bringing this to the Chicago area. I can't wait to see it. And I hope you have a great day today. Thank you. Excellent. Thank you. You two.
"sunday morning" Discussed on WGN Radio
"60% for events like weddings. Time now for WGN Sports. Here's David. Good morning. The Cubs can match their longest winning streak of the season four in a row with the Wind today over Pittsburgh at Wrigley Field comes they're playing the Pirates for the seventh time Already. They've split the first six tonight the White Sox play at Kansas City. The Royals have lost five in a row, and they face a well rested Carlos Road Don tonight for the Sox. The Bulls welcome fans back to the United Center tonight. The first time in over a year when they host the Boston Celtics. The building will be open in 25% capacity. The Bulls going for back to back wins after last night's victory at Charlotte, and the Blackhawks have two games left both at home Sunday and Monday against Dallas after winning last night in overtime at Carolina. David W. GM SPORTS The forecast from the WGN Chicago Weather Center. Here's meteorologist Paul Conrad. Partly sunny skies across Chicagoland here this afternoon. Cool conditions continued, will see daytime high readings today, topping out around 58 degrees. Lower fifties along the lakefront and we still can't be without the slightest chance. Very isolated rain showers Overnight Tonight Clear skies were dropped into the upper thirties for tomorrow. The 20 times have Indians in the upper fifties with sunshine, bringing a chance to Sabrina here Saturday night and into Sunday morning. Likely here for your Mother's Day morning with improving conditions, but a chilly, damp start for you here on Sunday for Mother's Day again High temperatures about 52 53 degrees from the WGN Weather Center. I'm Paul Conrad. Time for your.
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"Before we go to break I want to take a phone call from Joseph from the Bronx. Hello, Joseph. Welcome to W. ABC Sunday morning. Well, we all know that the media is biased in favor and very tendentious with regard to left wing agendas. But when you look at the major media corporations whether the Viacom understand the Redstone Disney under Bob Iger, Comcast on the Brian Roberts What are all these men have in common? In addition to being liberals and Zionists, they're all Jews that I don't tolerate that kind of thing. What I'd like to hear from is James New York City, James headed New City. Sorry, New City. Talk to me, James. Why Judge? Pleasure to talk to you. Thank you couple things. Political adversaries of the Democratic Party. Beware of all the empty jail cells and the state now New York City in particular. And don't be kidding. Anyone. That petition James is out for herself were running for governor by going after Cuomo. Nothing else. They're all out for themselves. Well, you know what? She may be out for herself that you know what Didn't Cuomo go after the governor before him? It's the name of the game. But here Here's what we want. We know what this game is all about, James, But the bottom line is a tissue. James. If Tisha of the attorney general eyes interested in protecting us and giving us information, and I'm still not going to give her kudos yet until they begin a grand jury investigation, I'm not gonna I'm not gonna thank her yet. I'm not going to get involved with this thing yet until she puts the pedal to the metal, and I'm not sure that that's happening yet. But we'll we'll see where it goes. All right, Gary from the Bronx. Welcome to Sunday morning, Gary All right. And happy Valentine's Day there, you know? Yeah. Listen, this the timelines all this October November of 19. They knew the viruses and China. The Chinese government knew they were releasing people into Europe, Australia, United States all over the world who didn't fly out of yuan with the virus. So if they had the virus, Okay, They're culpable, too. This too. They have to be held accountable. Now let's fast forward. When the virus really hit. They start talking about it. In February of last year, people each other people kind of in shock. Remember, people are in shock. Just like 9 11. We shocked but people don't change. Remember that. You know what? We'll always remain, you know, wise when I'm united Don't talk with your Riley. Nonsense. The thing is the what you're saying. Gary Nursing homes work. That they were sending him back was because of the money. The money was going back. They wanted, but those people make money. They let the comforts they empty. The Javits any member Cuomo with press conference? Yeah, the president, the president sent the USS Comfort the Javits Center was open. He wanted to make sure those hospital beds were open and let's not. Let's not mistake the fact that he knew what he was doing on March 25th. Okay, because he had Matilda's law passed. Okay. It was an executive order wasn't a law that was passed, but he knew what he was doing. So what are you saying? Talk to me. I'm saying that because if you remember they wanted to run for president I call this station. I told they don't want him is a president because he's considered North Eastern level. They don't want him on the ticket. Knock off. That's a waste of time in conversation, okay? Politically. He was his lobbyist was strangling him. He sent those people back into those dozen homes. Everybody knows even teenage kids would know people with viruses. You don't put him back in the nursing home. You have to isolate people like that. Okay? And saying they're all crazy Trump leaving. They were praising Trump. I call talk radio. Don't fall for this. This is only temporary because they want him to send all the supplies they need there. They're going to turn on him like it. Listen, you let me finish. Well, you took a long time. What's the question? The question is, this whole thing is, is political incompetent. They're a bunch of freaks Don't go by Hollywood, immediate given freaks, the freaks giving each other awards. That's all that is. I agree with you. They were trying to puff this guy up yet always leadership. You got Miami and by the way, he's got to give that Emmy back anyway..
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"Sunday morning talk shows, and she talked a little bit about the economy where it's headed a couple of things that a couple of notes take away from that number one she believes. If there's a bold, aggressive spending package that's a passed by Congress and signed by the president that will help get the recovery going. Full force by 2022. She said. Right now we're looking at 10 Million Americans unemployed and we've got a We got a ways to dig out. Okay, well, chances are if you belong to a church or synagogue or a temple, you'll be hearing from your religious leader this week. On Friday, it was decided that California may not keep churches closed for indoor services anymore. There are some new guidelines that will be in place, but churches says services Temple Services, synagogue services can go on. One of the topics that we covered this morning has to do with tomorrow, and that's the beginning of the impeachment trial in the US Senate for former President Trump. We touched upon it just a moment ago, but some of the details that are beginning to emerge. We're getting word that Trump's team May rule out video of Democrats who they say have been inciting people with their speeches. So that may be part of the element. But that's one of the things that's rumored and a lot of the details. Kristina. We really don't know what this is going to look like how it's going to shape up. No. Usually the Senate sets out rules for engagement and and they're not really doing a lot of that this time, so you can expect a lot of this will be off the cuff. Should be pretty interesting, and that's gonna be happening this week. We also talked this morning about covert tests for travel. There's no rule that says if you take a trip out of the country, you're going to have to have a clean covert test before you're allowed on the plane to come home and travel agencies airlines, they're looking at a half hour test now that you could use Azizi is you Check a bag. Speaking of that 805 featured audio clip Dr Fauci talking a little bit about vaccines and the supply of vaccines and why there is a shortage across the country. And he said, Look, this just comes down to a supply and demand issue. Demand is outstripping supply. But you are seeing manufacturers ramping up their production and over the course of the next month, we'll see more and more and more by the time we hit April Ah, pretty significant amount of should be in the marketplace, right? Well, we hope your Monday is getting off to a good start. We kind of set the table for the week. We're gonna be talking a lot about impeachment. I think tomorrow I'm going to do something on the new clubhouse App clubhouse know what is that? It's a new social media platform and all the celebrities of jumping on. So Elon Musk has Drake Oprah, and it's an audio only app. You basically go into these little rooms depending on the topic of the room, and there are hundreds of people in there and you can listen in on discussion. You can raise your hand. You can participate if you want. Interesting new concept, So we'll hear from the CEO of clubhouse and can just just anybody get on this thing. It's invite only right now to bait up so But people who are invited can then have invites to give out too. So more people are hopping on. I think this is about to turn 50,000 right now. You gotta become a special then. Well, I mean, but it's a bait. Another gonna roll it over there for everyone. All right, We are back tomorrow morning at 5 A.m.. We're here all the way till nine AM swing by We'd love to have you to be part of it. I'm Sam Shane. I'm Christina and Don said The Rush Limbaugh show is next Next update in less than 30 minutes, breaking news, the second in heaven on Sacramento's new 93.1. Hey, FBK. As the market shifts. It's more important than ever to pick a real estate.
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"Generally in pretty good shape in the district along the freeway, both ways between the 14th Street Bridge and 2 95 it up down to $95 quiet as well. Bob Ow! Traffic, strong team, 44 Day Forecast and Amelia Draper story tonight and tomorrow all about the cold and wind shells and then Sunday, Monday and Tuesday the weather story shifts to the snow and pretend Lee wintry mix that looks to impact the area, all with the same storm system now tonight, mainly clear, breezy and cold with lows in the teens in low twenties of frigid start tomorrow morning and another Cold Day overall with blustery winds will have windshields mainly in the teens and twenties with highs in the low to mid thirties. Sunny and a bit breezy on Saturday highs in the mid to upper thirties. Snow moved in Sunday morning and continues throughout the day. It looks like everybody will see snowfall with 2 to 5 inches in the forecast, otherwise cloudy skies and then the chance for snow and a wintry mix Monday on into Tuesday. Strong team four meteorologist Stimulated Draper. Well, tonight in Reston, It is 28 degrees at the WARF in D. C. 30 30 in Oxon Hill and 28. In Sterling. You factor in winds from the northwest of 17 Miles an hour and it feels like just 16 degrees tonight. Were brought to you by new look home design. They make getting a new roof. Easy. Stay with w T o p and w t o p dot com as we get closer to that Snow day on Sunday Weeks after a deadly riot, the acting chief of U. S. Capitol police says she wants to see a fence around the kid the capital. She wants to see it there permanently permanent. Vance was a recommendation made for the U. S..
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"48. And this is Dean Richards. Sunday morning. How about that for a legend? Cool. Great Ramsey. Lewis just walked in. With the phone on his hand and to still found back, Potter that I couldn't even fight. I mean, I kid I couldn't turn on the toaster and be on the fake gave you find that song on the CD. He's the greatest, truly, truly truly the greatest. And it must be legend. A here on the Sunday boarding show, because because I'm here. Oh, because despite the fact that Jim is here, we still have three amazing guests. In this abbreviated show that we've got here today. Three Oscar winners in one interview the Great Denzel Well, they're all the same time. They're all the same. All. Wow, you and Rommie Molik, who started Freddy Mercury, of course and Bohemian Rhapsody and Jared Leto, who was in Dallas Buyers Club and won his Oscar for that I sat the three of them down. To talk about the movie, not it occurred to me. I mean, you do you don't get three Oscar winners and in one movie, but I don't get three Oscar winners to sit and talk in one interview. I wanted them to Reflect on that. So I asked. All of them. Denzel starts talking about being in a movie with two other Academy Award winning that both great actors and they were before they Before someone gave him a statue, and they are now after someone gave him a statue, So the statute is not the determining factor. Earlier on one of the interviews, Jared talked about getting in the ring. On In applauded for prior was not going to help us on that day, and then at moment, so yeah, really, You know, you better be ready to tee box. You'll be looking for the left jab and you'll get knocked out with the right hand. Uh, Rommie and Jared, I've I've read interviews from both of you. You know where you talked about working with Denzel Washington. And what an honor it was for both of you. Run me. What did that mean to you? Mm hmm. You're something I had hoped for, and didn't know if it would ever be possible and when the opportunity presented itself then Immediately. That's a big grin on my face. How fortunate of mine. Ah, I think so many of us. On admired themselves working, holding torto probably the highest, well, definitely the highest industry standard. Um, of excellence. So You know for me is just, uh Moment of recognizing. Wow. You know they Again very fortunate, and the fact that blessed to have gifts keep coming in like this, And then you get Jared involved and I think Which it's a very extraordinary group to be. Working on Jared. The complexity that he brought to that character was Was both Extremely imaginative, inspired and You know, And Denzel is always, uh, So dynamic on so many levels. It's just it's an extraordinary place to be working from is an act of charity. I wanted to get your opinion on that. Just, you know, thought how funny it would be. If you trash these two other guys right now. Oh, yeah, He's lousy actors. Three You had to carry us carried. It brought mouse and it, uh You know, I don't want to, like embarrass These guys bid on it, Zeke White Easy to be honest, when you're talking You know what? I'm talking about The love that I have for damsels work and the effect that he's had on me. Both the creative part of just is an example of what a career could be. Consistency and I keep saying this, but you know he's never been bad. You know, you know, I don't care what he thinks. He's never been bad. I've never seen even in a movie that doesn't work. He always shines and he puts his entire physical body and to every role Uh, that he plays and you know, I'm just, you know, in all of the career, that's there. The magnitude the fact that he continues to excel on do such interesting work. It just It just floored me to have the opportunity to work with him on this movie. And then, of course, Romney coming off of one of the great performances. On dfid. L'm period with Bohemian just you know, he believed blows my mind, but it was a great It was a great, you know. Trio The Three Stooges. It was a good one. Sure was Absolutely Denzel. Just real quick. Since the last time we talked so much has happened for your son. John. David, are we ever going to see you both in a movie together? Me tell you something. He has a sister, Olivia Washington. Just remember, I said so great Actress. Great great actress. And you can see her in this film. Yeah, That's right. That's right. But I'm not talking about baby. Yeah, right. But she they are both, you know, Needless to say, my wife and I are extremely proud. Not just with their work, but who they are as human beings and their kind and humble and talented. Guys. Thanks. So I will say this just to piggyback off of that. I've met all of themselves kids, and you could not ask for more more kind, compassionate. Thoughtful, intelligent kids, and that's obviously due to you and your fabulous wife, and then they're they're beautiful people. Thank you. Thank you. I forgot she was in the movie. That's how good she was spoken like a true dad. I thought she looked familiar. I saw it's our around the set. I thought she might look familiar. Denzel Washington, Rommie Molik on Jared Leto. Their new movies called the Little things. It's good. Give you a review at the end of the week. That's when it opens on HBO, Max and available theaters. All right. Valentine's Day is just a couple of weeks.
"sunday morning" Discussed on WGN Radio
"West suburbs are warning the public after several Carjackings over 48 hours, the legions burn a tumble T has the latest incident. That leaders Carjacking here in Naperville seems to happen in or around the apartment complex in the 400 block of East Billy rode. It happened around two o'clock, a woman was approached by two guys in dark clothing. One of them had a gun, and they took her keys and stole her 2018 maroon Dodge charger. Now, she thankfully, was not hurt. But please did spot that vehicle a short time later and pursued it for a little while, But they then dropped the cheers, presumably due to safety. The proximity to another Carjacking and shooting at Navarro Wendy's the day before using stolen cars out of DeKalb County lead police to believe all those incidents may be connected. 1/4 victim died from a shooting spree that started in Hyde Park and ended in Evanston. 61. Year old Marta Torres of Evanston was shot at the IHOP at Asbury in Howard last weekend. She was the last victim of a gunman who went on a three hour rampage. For more than a week. Tourist was in critical condition, but she died of her injuries Saturday night. Six other people were shot in the rampage that ended when police killed the gunman for the third time in this many weeks in Indiana State trooper's car was struck while investigating a crash Sunday morning in the eastbound lanes of island before near Hammond. The trooper had parked his car behind the crash that blocked three lanes and he deployed flairs. Officer was standing next to his car about to get back inside when police say he was struck by a car landing on its windshield. He was flown to a hospital, where he's expected to make a full recovery Now. Police suspect alcohol play Defector in the crash Jennifer Spikes is being held at the Lake County Jail, charged with driving on a suspended license. President elect Joe Biden will be taking on the pandemic economic issues. The possibility of domestic terrorism threats as he sworn into office this week to Paul Professor Tom McKay itis talks about how Biden can stop these issues from happening again. He adds that social media companies have effectively and quickly damped online extremism and the spread of ideology. I think we're gonna have to start taking legal action against this is it's locked. It's long overdue time. Or a domestic terrorism organization that allows us to identify groups like the proud voice for three percenters, you know the oath Keepers and various other extremist groups. As terrorists. McKay just says once the groups are identified as terrorist, other actions can be done like freezing funds. Chicago community activists, he'll. Hardiman is calling for unity in the wake of the attack on the U. S. Capitol. Argument who runs the violence. Interrupters organization says it's time to put politics aside and bridge the divide in this country. We pray for the victims that lost their life at the U. S capitol during the riots. But I'm praying also each and every day as much as we can to make sure that people understand we should promote one United States of America, not a divided America, Herman has known is known for speaking out against gun violence and racism. Illinois health officials report just over 4000 New Kobe 19 cases Sunday and 29 deaths, The seven day statewide positivity rate has fallen. The 6.1% health officials also announcing region to which is North, Central Illinois, will join southern Illinois at Tier one mitigation, which allows for some limited indoor dining. Former Chicago public School CEO Paul Vallas hopes to make the covert 19 vaccine available at a faster rate to the public here in Chicago. Dallas is working with the coalition for Equitable Vaccinations, and he tells WGN's Steve Dale that schools, churches, even pharmacies can be used as vaccination sites. Also committed based organizations could up then they would provide their sights. They would be become part of a pot inventory. And of course, there are entities out there. They had already had the ability to do this going to assess and evaluate the site. And then there are other providers out there who can come in and actually manage the administration on the dispensing and the tracking in the monetary of the vaccines. Starting today, the Lake County Health Department will offer drive through covert 19 vaccinations inside the Lake County Fairgrounds Events Center in Grayslake,.
"sunday morning" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"5 to 10 On Sunday morning, Temps will be in the upper 30, so chilly start within those afternoon highs will top out near 60, currently clear 45 degrees and Farmer's ranch. News brought to you by the good contractors list. Twitter permanently suspends President Trump's account following violent protests in Washington, and many conservatives believe that this is an attack on Americans. First Amendment right Republican Congressman of Florida Matt Gates joins Fox is handy, saying that this was an act of censorship fueled by the Democrats. We take a high view of the American people. We think that we're actually resilient and capable enoughto confront ideas or speech that might not be comfortable, but that we can resolve through research and through critic Well thinking the left take such a low view of all of us. They think that they have to control what we see and what we here so that they can manage how we behave. President. Trump says he's now considering other social media platforms and may even make his own. Texas is making progress with covered 19 vaccinations, but has more work to do. Governor. Abbott says Texas is vaccinated more residents than any other state in the country. But many suburban and rural counties air out of doses completely. Collin County, for example, has no vaccine right now, Darryl Willis Collin County Health Services says a shipment is expected next week. But residents can register for shots in other counties, if needed, were encouraging individuals to sign up for his many wait lists at that they feel comfortable being on the state, says the focus this week has been on counties that aren't near areas with major vaccination hubs. Clayton Nevil, WB AP News Right now Fair 46 degrees of Dallas Love Field from the W B A P News desk. I'm like training your next update at 10 o'clock. 24 7 coverage at WB ap dot com. With so much happening. You never want to miss a moment these days. You don't have to on air online and always on your smart device used talking 20 wv, ape, wb ap.
"sunday morning" Discussed on WGN Radio
"1991 total with W. GM. TV and not January 99. Is when I took over the Sunday morning show. That was my first official Sunday morning show. And that was the That was the day of the 21 Inch blizzard. I remember it well and I was on the air for 13 straight hours. The Iron Man of Chicago Broadcasting that I am pretty sure I wasn't saying anything very intelligible by the bottom. Our number seven, I would say, probably just lovable, But would you say my name was again We talked to streets and san a lot that I guess. Tell me again where the snow is falling, But so is yes. Oh, it's zits the anniversary. Well, happy anniversary. Thanks. What'd you get me? Um, so 21 that shows legal. The show's finally legal so can drink. I think of all of the things you've covered the whole man in this 21 years. Amazing, Seriously. Amazing. Amazing. You know, not just all of the entertainment. I wanted to play. Maybe we'll Sprinkle this in. You know, over the next few months or a year. I don't I don't know. I don't wanna Make it a celebration of me, but we have had a lot of really interesting interviews. In compelling ones and fiery ones on hilarious ones. People ask me all the time to play the Drew Carey interview. That's funny when, when, one Sunday morning. I came in to do the show and within, you know, I get here. I know it's hard to believe that we get here early and prepare that any preparation actually goes into this is meticulous preparation. I wouldn't go that far. But we did have a bunch of guests lined up for the show, and I'm sitting back at my desk about an hour till we go on the air. And every single guest on the show that morning canceled every single guest, so we're like, Well, okay, I'm it's not the end of the world. If we don't have any guests on the show, we can open up the phone lines and do that Which was my intention. But I go on the air, you know, saying All of our guests canceled If there's any celebrities listening, you know, call us up and You know, we'll interview you, so people started calling up Impersonating celebrities. The phone lines blew up and people are calling a great you know, doing like Jimmy Stewart Fake Jimmy Stewart called up fake Sylvester Stallone called up fake Bette Davis. You know, all these fakes are calling it And in my in my ear, my producer at the time, So remember Scott Cameron? Yeah. Good old Scott. Cameron. Yeah, hey, gets in my air and says Drew Carey is on line six s so I'm thinking it's somebody Impersonating Drew Carey on line six..
"sunday morning" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"A little bit of a break. And then Wednesday another front coming. I know so pretty much rain on and off this entire week. It looks like it so at any rate that was one of our big story this morning, also talked about the workplace ramp up how to get people back into the office when many of them were saying Now Look, we love staying home. We demand to stay home. We want to stay home. And a lot of corporations said it's not good for productivity is not good for collaboration. Know in that segment we heard from the CEO who who said Ah lot of employers are going to demand that their workers return to the office, so we'll see how that plays out featured audio clips. A 25 minutes past every hour. Today was about the main topic and the Sunday morning talk shows we do it every Monday morning. We do a rap on the Sunday morning talk shows, and it had to do with what's going to happen. On Wednesday, January 6th joint Session of Congress, both the House of Representatives and the Senate, getting together for certification for the electoral college vote. There are a whole host of both senators and congressmen and women who are going to object. So it's going to be obviously a divisive day in Washington, D. C on Wednesdays, right? We heard more about the trump phone call to the secretary State of Georgia. National News has been covering that all morning, but we spoke to a CBS analyst about that. And we heard from Aubrey Aquino on getting kids back in school in the governor's plan and how parents are feeling about that this morning. They're kind of there on both sides of the fence. So it's a $2 billion plan, and he announced it last week and January. 11th is when lawmakers are due back at the Capitol. And that's one of the issues that they plan to take up once they reconvene at the state Capitol. He did indicate last week. Christina when he rolled this out that he would seek legislative approval that this would not be another one of those executive orders. Of course, he's come under a lot of criticism for the executive orders of his issues. Tomorrow we're going to. I'm going to take a look at high tech trends for the coming year for 2021, including the possibility that you will have to pay for email. Really? I know I don't love that one. But That is one of the potential trends to emerge in 2021 paying for your email and how companies are going to try to get you to do that. Mm hmm. I never even thought we'd see the day of our that would happen. Okay? That's going to be an interesting segment. I'm looking forward to that. Yeah, All right. So we'll have that. And of course, we'll be covering the weather all week. We should try to get in touch with islands of war and chat with her. Yeah, if we can. She's kind of busy these days. No, e no. She's been filling in on Channel three for Tamar Burke. Yeah. So we do. Miss seven. Eileen. Everyone's from. I'll just pop in and give us an update from In the foothills, right? All right. Well, listen, The Rush Limbaugh program is a straight ahead. We're back here tomorrow morning at 5 A.m.. And we're here till nine AM where we'd love to have you swing by at any time were for all four hours. What the heck went on? Yeah, it's a new year. Here. We are Better news. 2021. Okay, we'll see you tomorrow. We'll talk to you tomorrow. Rush Limbaugh's next thanks something in less than 30 minutes..