36 Burst results for "Tear"

Fresh update on "tear" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "tear" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Renaissance. Beyoncé. Take night for Beyoncé who now holds the record for most Grammy wins ever. She held back tears while accepting best dance album for renaissance. I'd like to thank the queer community for your love. And for venting the genre. Lizzo snagged record of the year. I wanted to make the world a better place. So I had to be that change to make the world a better place. Best new artist went to jazz singer Samara joy, and Harry Styles wins album of the year for Harry's house. This doesn't happen to people like me very often and this is so so nice. Thank you very, very much. Monica ricks, CBS News, broke the nets are saying goodbye to a troubled star

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The Squad Freaks Out Following Ilhan Omar's Removal

The Dan Bongino Show

01:45 min | 2 d ago

The Squad Freaks Out Following Ilhan Omar's Removal

"What has been giving me great joy is to hear the absolute hysterics of the squad As they have been trying to cope with Ilhan Omar being removed from her assignments that we've got a we've got a little Montage of some of the I don't know Should I say statements I don't know the liberal tears The temper tants were thank you Jim said temper tantrums exact exactly what it is Temper tantrums like a bunch of little babies Well I'll talk about that play the clip Jim This is about targeting women of color in the United States of America Don't tell me because I didn't get a single a time is expired I like with threatening Thank you Let me gentlemen It's time to inspire Ilhan Omar is right where she belongs And a woman's time is expired On the foreign affairs committee her clarity conviction The general time is inspired and she is no longer recognized The GOP is now doing what it is best at Weaponizing hate against a black beautiful Muslim woman Not be silenced The gentleman's time to congratulate Omar Expired That our country is failing you today to this chamber It's no longer recognized I'm so I'm so sorry for subjecting you guys Your ears to that absolute childish temper tantrum I mean Rashida Tlaib that was who you heard at the end She actually started crying It's theater It's theater

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Tom Brady Retires... Again

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:37 min | 2 d ago

Tom Brady Retires... Again

"To the final segment today. I think we're going to take into and it is also again New York Post play this out very well. If you're looking at it, it says we miss you, Tommy. And this is the retirement of Tom Brady for the second time. I run it, not an ironically, I think he probably planned this. It came on the same day he retired last year. Oh, weird. Who would have thought Tom? Look, the post has had some incredible front pages on Tom Brady over the years and some good something bad. I mean, I was going back through some of these James and looking at and frankly, I'd almost forgotten about the flight gate. You know, of course. The balls and anything going by my brain. Anyway, Tom Brady retired. I think he will retire this year. I think he, I think, probably in, you know, look, I'm not getting anybody else's business, you know, for that matter, but you wonder if he really at the end of this year thought, well, maybe should have done it. Hindsight is 2020, hot dog. Yeah. Every month. But now he is, you know, the rumor, you know, again, he's got a ten year already signed contract with fathers. I mean, 375 million or something like that. This is to show you this is interesting. He's the greatest quarterback of all time. I mean, player, you know, that goes. Of course. He might like 324 million playing football. He's gonna make 375 million and I was total in his football career, 20 something years. He's gonna make ten year prior to 375 million sitting in a booth with Fox and he's never been in the booth before. Yeah, I mean, this is like. But don't you feel, I mean, don't you just know Greg Olsen's like saying, really, man? Really? Yeah. You know? Well, first of all, Greg Olson got his shot on the big stage and he blew it. Was a disaster. But he's been Greg Olsen's fun. He's actually from my neck of the Woods. They play, we used to get our tails handed to us in football by them. I think it was Wayne in northern Holland. I don't know. But this is what I think today, because Tom Brady says he's not Russian of the booth, right? He wants to spend time with his kids and all the other lies he's telling. Because he can take a gap year. I mean, it's open to whenever he wants to come. I mean, isn't that crazy? Yeah, a contractor just whenever you want to show up. Yeah, somebody calls me up and be like, hey, any time you want to show up, here's your tears, $10 million. $365 million for ten years. You're like, okay, cool. I'll see you in a couple years. I'm going to take some time off. That's like winning the lottery and then saying, why don't you just hold my ticket for a couple of months?

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Nikki Haley Has a History of Changing Her Mind Often

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:30 min | 4 d ago

Nikki Haley Has a History of Changing Her Mind Often

"But I can not resist, I can not hold back my concerns about Nikki Haley. Starting with a promise she made in April of 2021. That's not all that long ago. In April of 2021, Nikki Haley said this. I would not run if president Trump ran. And I would talk to him about it. I mean, that's something that we'll have a conversation about at some point. If that decision is something that has to be made. But yeah, I would absolutely. I had a great working relationship with him. I appreciated the way he let me do my job. I thought we did some fantastically great foreign policy. Things together. And look, I just want to keep building on what we accomplished and not want to get torn down. Now, you could argue, well, things have changed. She's changed her mind. She's changed her mind all right. She changes her mind a lot. I remember when she resigned as Trump's ambassador to the United Nations. And I was like, why do you, why are you abandoning your post? She has a history of that. She doesn't tend to finish what she started. And I have to admit, I have a problem with that. I really do. Now, maybe you see it differently.

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Unfortunately, the Injuries Continue for Dan Bongino

The Dan Bongino Show

01:28 min | 4 d ago

Unfortunately, the Injuries Continue for Dan Bongino

"I was working out between shows as I always do kind of keeps my energy high gets the blood flowing And I have a really horrendous left knee You're like damn left knee You're going in for surgery this Friday for your left elbow You just told us that yeah I am But my left knee needs to be replaced too and I've just been putting it off And I have it torn ACL and torn MCL I mean the knee is a disaster It looks like a grapefruit But I just work out through it Yes You may say what are you an imbecile Sometimes when it comes to my own physical health yes politics not so much So I'm not even doing legs I'm doing some dumbbell benches not even heavy doing 66.5 pounds with some micro gains weights attached And I'm getting up from the bench and I balance them on my knees and I drop my heel to the ground and I hear like a triple pop So yes I blow out my knee and now I can't walk And I have surgery A day and a half For my left elbow and my wife's like you have to be the single stupidest I've ever met in my life Like you just can't stop Can you And the answer is no I can't So I will get through the show today I'm not missing this show for anything And I feel all right And I can't walk but other than that everything's great

Erdogan: Sweden can't join NATO if Quran-burning is allowed

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 5 d ago

Erdogan: Sweden can't join NATO if Quran-burning is allowed

"Turkey, which has been holding off approving Sweden and Finland's membership in the western military alliance, has been infuriated by a series of demonstrations in Stockholm by activists who have burnt the Quran. Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has reaffirmed turkey won't allow Sweden to join the NATO military alliance. As long as it permits protests, desecrating Islam's holy book to take place. Erdoğan says in a speech to his ruling party's legislators, Sweden don't even bother as long as you allow my holy book of to be burned and torn and you do so together with your security forces, we will not say yes to your entry. Ankara has indefinitely postponed a key meeting in Brussels that would have discussed the two Nordic countries entry into NATO. I'm Charles De Ledesma

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David Lee Miller: Migrants Unprepared for Weather in Housing Standoff

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:58 min | 5 d ago

David Lee Miller: Migrants Unprepared for Weather in Housing Standoff

"Few dozen migrants living on the streets say they will not move all of them are single men who were told this weekend. They had to leave their rooms at a westside hotel in order to make room for migrants with families, including women and children. The plan was for all the single men to be relocated to a cruise line terminal in Brooklyn that has been set up as a temporary shelter. Many of the migrants say the terminal is not acceptable and want better quality housing. They are now not being allowed back into the hotel a few dozen migrants remain there. They refuse to leave. Some holdouts were removed this afternoon, a number boarded buses taking them to that Brooklyn site while just as many decided to camp outside on the street outside the hotel. Now New York City homeless outreach workers have tried and failed to convince the men that living on the street is not an option, although the migrants did agree to remove a dozen or so tense. One of the migrants from the Dominican Republic who said his name was Wilson, broke down in tears, discussing his flight. He told me he came here to work and is not being treated humanely. He said the shelter is cold, uncomfortable and just not have enough bathrooms. He says it's not far from the subway and that they lock the doors at 11 o'clock, which makes it difficult for him to keep a job. The mayor's office for its part, issued a statement that reads in part and I quote, the facilities at Brooklyn Cruz terminal will provide the same services as every other humanitarian leaf center in the city and the scheduled relocations to Brooklyn cruise terminal this weekend took place as planned. We remained in serious need of support from both our state and federal governments. So with this hour, it's not uncertain, it's not certain what's going to happen to the migrants who are living on the street. Temperatures right now hovering around 50° later this week. They're expected to drop significantly into the 20s. These migrants simply do not have the clothing and the gear to withstand those type of temperatures. Meanwhile, mayor Adams is saying that the city is overwhelmed by the sheer number of migrants, 46,000 in spring. The migrants with their part say they deserve better quality housing that the city argues it can not afford.

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The latest in sports

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 6 d ago

The latest in sports

"AP sports, I'm check Freeman. Turns out San Francisco quarterback Brock purdy suffered a serious elbow injury when he went down to the NFC championship game in the first quarter against Philadelphia this past Sunday, purdy suffered a torn ulnar collateral ligament, but could return in time for training camp, didn't take long for former Dallas cowboy offensive coordinator Kellen Moore to find a job. He's taken over the same position with the LA chargers. In the NBA, Luka Dutch has the latest to hit for a big dubber. He knocked in 53 as Dallas won over Detroit one 11 one O 7, Orlando, rallied from a 21 point first quarter deficit, and they beat Philadelphia on the road one 19 one O 9. A couple of intriguing college basketball games down in Texas as Texas tech overcame a 23 point second half deficit forced overtime at one over number 13 Iowa state 80 to 77 and a matchup of two top 25s number ten Texas held on over number 11 Baylor 76 71. And the NHL, the Vancouver connects traded their captain Bo horvat to the New York islanders. Check Freeman. AP sports.

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The Baptism Debate

Truth For Life Daily Program

02:44 min | 6 d ago

The Baptism Debate

"Baptism remains a controversial subject that tragically and unnecessarily so Christians are often divided over the issue. I decided what I would do is I would quote to you from people that I admire, living or dead. So that we would allow if you like, a good, evangelical proponent of the view to speak concerning the view in order that we would not be setting up in any way a straw man and then being able to tear it down. It's relatively easy to do that in argument and in debate. Many of you are familiar with that. And it's a very helpful way to go because it creates all kinds of impressions, most of which are absolutely wrong. I should just mention something that crosses my mind as well. One of the things that I always say to my Presbyterian Friends is, okay, given that that is true of infant baptism and that baptism as a sign, brings these children of a Christian home within the framework and orb of the church. I always say to them, how does that differ? From my kids, does it mean that since many of our children and running around here this morning, a thousand plus of them that are all over the building in the hours of this day that somehow or another and some tenuous position? Now, don't even include answers this question. And somewhere, he says, we have to note that it is not the same. Whether circumcision or baptism that makes us covenant children, or that puts us in a special relationship with God. We had that special relationship before we received the sign. How because of who our parents are, they argue. That it is an immense Providence to be born into a Christian home. That makes sense, doesn't it? You're off to a head start potentially at least. There is somebody reading the Bible to you. There is someone saying your prayers with you at night. There is someone bringing you into the framework of a church. That is not granted to you, he says, in the sign of baptism, that is already there before there would be any sign stamped on the child indeed, he says the same was put on us only because of the special relationship. We have to say therefore that the children of our baptist friends are as much covenant children as our own children. The fact of their not being baptized does not mean that they are not covenant children. It means only that the sign of the covenant is not put on them.

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Djokovic beats Tsitsipas for 10th Australian Open, 22nd Slam

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last week

Djokovic beats Tsitsipas for 10th Australian Open, 22nd Slam

"And emotional Novak Djokovic has beaten stephanos to extend his Australian open record to ten victories from ten finals, the Serb who battled injuries earlier in the event closed out a 6 three 7 6 7 6 win that took a fraction under three hours to complete Djokovic climbed into his team box after the victory and broke down in tears before returning to the court to accept the winner's trophy. He's a huge relief because, you know, it hasn't been hasn't been smooth sailing. In addition to the title, the victory returns him to the top of the world rankings, and more significantly, secures his 22nd Grand Slam singles crown, Johnny Spanish rival, Rafael Nadal. I'm Graham agar's.

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1st officer: Alex Murdaugh didn't cry over dead wife and son

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last week

1st officer: Alex Murdaugh didn't cry over dead wife and son

"The first prosecution witness in the murder trial of Alex Murdoch in South Carolina was the first officer to arrive after Murdoch called 9-1-1. The jury saw sergeant Daniel green's body cam video. My name is Alex Richard Alexander Murdoch. The footage shows green questioning Murdoch. That's what it looks like. He was able to answer all the questions that I asked him. Was he panicking in any way? He seemed upset, but I wouldn't say panicky. And green noted Murdoch did not have any tears in his eyes. Murdoch's lawyer questioned Greene at length on what he did at the crime scene, asking why he didn't indicate to state crime scene agents about possible tire tracks and footprints. It's not part of my job description. Alex Murdoch faces 30 years to life in prison. If convicted, I'm Ed Donahue

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In Peru, protesters were tear-gassed after president called for truce

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last week

In Peru, protesters were tear-gassed after president called for truce

". Amid ongoing demands for the resignation of president Dina bolo atte. Lima police officers in riot gear razor shields and far tear gas in a confrontation with protesters, videos showing a man running through the street, throwing a rock towards the police lines. Has called for a national truce blaming the protesters for the political violence that engulfed the country the Tuesday anti government protests was the largest and most violent since last Thursday when large groups of people, many from remote Andean regions, descended on the capital to

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Oscar nominations will be revealed Tuesday

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last week

Oscar nominations will be revealed Tuesday

"The nominations for the Academy Awards will be announced this morning. I'm marching a letter with the latest. Family, art. It'll tear you into. The Steven Spielberg filmed the fable men's, the dark Irish comedy, the banshees of inno Sheeran, and the sci-fi indie film everything everywhere all at once are considered shoe ins to be nominated for best picture at the Oscars. There's a lot of people saying a lot of things. The biopic Elvis and the Cate Blanchett drama tar are likely contenders, will the academy nominee blockbusters, Top Gun: Maverick and Avatar the way of water would bring a populist element to the ceremony. The Oscars will be handed out march 12th in Los Angeles.

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More Classified Documents Found at Biden's Delaware Home

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:56 min | Last week

More Classified Documents Found at Biden's Delaware Home

"Now, more documents were discovered over the weekend. And here's where we're getting into some interesting territory. Now The White House told us that all of the documents that were there had been discovered had been turned over. There was nothing else there. And now we know that the FBI spent upwards of 1213 hours. Searching Joe Biden's home over the weekend, and they discovered more documents. So my question is, how many more documents are out there? But more importantly, why did the FBI spend 1213 14 hours tearing apart Joe Biden's home? What was the FBI looking for? Now when you go back to Mar-a-Lago and the pre dawn guns drawn raid that the FBI conducted on the home of former president Trump, there's a big difference between the two. For one thing, the national archives knew exactly where all of the documents were, as a matter of fact, the FBI and the national archives worked with the Trump team post election to make sure that all of those documents were actually in a secure place. As a matter of fact, the recommendation was made, hey, look, this looks good, but you need to add a padlock, and that's exactly what they did. So this is not some sort of a big surprise here. Those documents that president Trump had, including the cocktail napkin, and the framed photos of the cover of Time Magazine were all in a very secure location, a location known by the FBI and national archives. But that's not the case when it comes to Joe Biden, where these documents were all over the place. You had the think tank, you had the garage with the Corvette. Now you have inside the house, they never told us where the previous batch so batch number three, we don't know where those documents were found.

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Daughter's Birthday Party Tears Top Golf Apart

The Dan Bongino Show

01:36 min | Last week

Daughter's Birthday Party Tears Top Golf Apart

"Stick to the issues crowd This is your two minute warning Please return Thank you Thank you Thank you very much Thank you Thank you very much Honey So it wasn't the craziest weekend but it was my daughter's birthday Amelia should be had her birthday party which was awesome And we went to like a top golf type place So let me just tell you something We had a great time And it was supposed to be like 15 kids which turned into 30 kids which turned into 34 kids who brought two parents and a cousin and stuff So it turned into like 70 people And luckily the guy there's a big Fox fan So it worked out great because we were supposed to get like four golf bays and it turned out to be like the entire first Florida joint So we get the bill and the bill was like a $1000 for the kids and like 3000 for the adults And I said you know what I'm glad you all had a good time Because it was great You came to my kid's party and I loved you But yes there was a fascinating and then I said to the server I get it You're not supposed to tell stories but if you're going to be generous you don't have to brag about it And I'm not Maybe I am I'm not just going to tell you Screw it But let's just say they were very happy at the end of the day Because I felt bad because as I looked around on the first floor it's like topgolf type place It looked like it looked like a cluster bomb went off I mean there were remnants of chicken wings kids were playing in the elevator It places a total disaster So in order to prevent the staff from telling everyone Dan bongino daughter tore up this top golf pipe place I can't tell you where it is because you go look it up and the liberals might burn it to the ground I had to leave them and I said we did

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Police respond to reported shooting in Los Angeles-area city

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 2 weeks ago

Police respond to reported shooting in Los Angeles-area city

"Ten people are dead another ten wounded in a shooting at a lunar new year celebration in the Los Angeles area Saturday night as police searched for a gunman they describe as Asian LA county sheriff Robert Luna says it happened at a ballroom dance club in Monterey Park. We don't know if this is specifically a hate crime defined by law. But who walks into a dance hall and guns down 20 people. The description we have now is of a male Asian. He says 20 minutes later and two miles away and Asian male went into another ballroom dance club with a weapon. Some individuals wrestled the firearm away from him. Again, he fled Luna says they're investigating a possible connection, representative Judy Chu says, the lunar new year is supposed to be a time of celebration for the Asian American community. This torn a hole through all of our hearts. I'm Julie Walker

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Despite tear gas, Peru protesters vow to keep demonstrating

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 weeks ago

Despite tear gas, Peru protesters vow to keep demonstrating

"Thousands of protesters took to the streets again in Peru's capital as they made clear their refused to stop demonstrating until the country's president Dina boate resigns. Police fired volleys of tear gas after standing watch over protesters that had been blocked into the downtown streets of Lima, the demonstrators appeared to be more organized than the previous day, and they took over key roads in downtown Lima waving flags while chanting, many of the protesters had arrived from remote and Indian regions, where dozens have died amid unrest that has engulfed large portions of the country in an arequipa Peru's second city, police clashed with protesters that tried to storm the airport. The unrest began after Pedro Castillo, Peru's first leader from a rule and background, was impeached and imprisoned after he tried to dissolve Congress last month, I'm Karen Chammas

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Protests move into Peru’s capital, met by tear gas and smoke

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 weeks ago

Protests move into Peru’s capital, met by tear gas and smoke

"Clashes between demonstrators and police erupted on Thursday improve during a national strike day demanding president Dina bolo atti resign and return power to her predecessor whose removal last month launched deadly unrest. Police far tear gas to try to subdue thousands of protesters who have poured into the Peruvian capital, many remote Andean regions demonstrators scuffling with security forces who barred them from reaching key government buildings, including Congress, as well as business and residential districts of the capital Lima, during a national broadcast velocity, said there was no real benefit in the demands behind the protests, and the chaos and disorder aimed to take over the government. I'm Charles De Ledesma

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New Zealand's Ardern, an icon to many, to step down

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 weeks ago

New Zealand's Ardern, an icon to many, to step down

"New Zealand's prime minister Jacinda Ardern, who became a global icon on the left, said that she was leaving office after 5 and a half years. I will not be seeking reelection. In the my term is prime minister will conclude no later than the 7th of February. Fighting back the tears are done said that the role required having a reserve to face the unexpected. I know what this job takes. And I know that I no longer have enough in the tank to do it justice. Her announcement came as a shock throughout the nation of 5 million people, Ardennes was praised around the world for her handling of the nation's worst ever mass shooting, and the early stages of the coronavirus pandemic. But she was facing mounting political pressures at home, and a level of vitriol from some that hadn't been experienced by previous New Zealand leaders. I'm Karen Chammas

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"tear" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

Elevation Church Podcast

01:42 min | 5 months ago

"tear" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

"Faith for my first backup. He was 11, 21. Bye. Faith, Jacob, when he was dying, what? He's standing in between life and death and watch what he did in between his life and his death. He blessed. He blessed. He blessed. He blessed. He blessed. You see the transformation. He's saying bless me, but by the end of his life, he's saying, be blessed. That's why God touch this Titan. So he can walk. Different. Think different. Talk different. Can I keep going? Just a few more words, just a few more words. Buy faith, Jacob. He's standing between the portals of eternity and the time bound frame of his humanity. And he starts blessing, ready. Joseph's sons. Who's Joseph, the son who was thrown into a pit. The sunny thought he never see again. The sun he thought was as good as death. His heart was torn. His coat was stored. But God wasn't through with Joseph. I came to the clear. It's not over. You're just in between. Hallelujah. I think chosen. By faith, Jacob blessed Joseph's boy, so he never thought he'd see again. There's a miracle. It's a miracle this is a miracle to some miracle. And worshiped. As he leaned.

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"tear" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

Elevation Church Podcast

01:37 min | 5 months ago

"tear" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

"Trust in the lord. How with all your heart? That's not what I'm talking about. I'm asking, do I give money to my church or put money in my kids college fund? 'cause I think God wants me to do both. I'm torn. Just a little bit. I'm torn like this. And if I let go, something is gonna fall apart. And I've been preaching to somebody all week in my spirit. I don't know who you are, but the lord showed me you've been torn. And not because you don't love the lord. And not because you don't believe all things work together. The thing about it is you are between two things and you don't know which one to let go of which one to grab hold of and your torn. So your stress. So you can't sleep. So you can't ask people for advice. 'cause they oversimplify. And they say, oh, just trust the lord. But I'm trusting the lord, but I'm torn. I don't know which one. Let go and let God which one is God. So good. 'cause Jacob doesn't know who he's wrestling with. It's happening at night. Stay there, let me bridge. At night. At night. Why did the angel wrestle with him until

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"tear" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

Elevation Church Podcast

01:36 min | 5 months ago

"tear" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

"Not always bad places. These are not always moments that God wants to deliver you from. Sometimes the in between place is the blessed place. And if all your focus is on getting through, getting to getting through and getting to, you will miss the blessing that God has in a place called there. By the time he got to Esau, it was already done. You could keep your camels. You can keep your gifts. Doesn't need any of it, because that's not where God met Jacob to reveal himself. He met him in between. This is a word I said I wouldn't do it, but come here, chunks, come here, buck. This is a word, both of you. I don't have time. I don't have time. You got to hurt. You got to hurry, but I got to show you, this is a word and I don't pull me too hard. Don't pull me too hard, but I'm going to hold you. You go that way, you go that way. This is a word, go the other way, go the other way. This is not too hard not to or not too hard, not too hard to shoulder. I'm 42, man. You can't pull too hard. This is a word when you feel torn. This is how you've been feeling lately. Not always, stand still, y'all been too tints. This is a word, this is a word not only when you feel torn between good things and bad things. 'cause that happens, all the Devils telling me to do this, but God is saying do that. You ever been torn between two things that are both good? People make stuff sound so simple when they tell you advice. Oh, man, just focus on your kids. Which one?

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"tear" Discussed on Elevation with Steven Furtick

Elevation with Steven Furtick

08:15 min | 5 months ago

"tear" Discussed on Elevation with Steven Furtick

"See how much better you did that? Shot this. I'm gonna do it. Come on, shout it from your chest. But then in between thing, you didn't say that too good. On practice that. Well, I'm practice that in between. We don't really know how to be in between. We really don't know how to be in between. Oh, we definitely know how to think about the future. We know how to, in our minds, I picture Jacob. He's going to meet with Esau. He's like, okay, now, when you get there, you give him a first gift, and then you give him a second gift, so it won't kill me. You give him a third, he's out there in the future. He's really good at sending stuff ahead. He sending everything ahead so he thinks it'll be all right when he gets there. He's sending everything ahead. By the way, he's come a long way. He just got back from haim, where the angels of God met him, where the angels of God attended to him, where the angels of God show up, so he's seen a lot of wonderful things behind him, but now we see Jacob in a very interesting place. He's not in shechem yet where he's going, but he can't go back to laban's house either. That's his uncle who he's been living with for 20 years. An angel of God tells him you gotta get up, you gotta go, you gotta move right now. You don't have time to think about it. You don't have time to strategize it. The only problem is, if he leaves laban, he has to deal with ESOL and the last time he saw he saw he saw had blood in his eyes. Now we meet Jacob and genesis chapter 32 and the Bible says that the angel of God begins to wrestle with him at night and wrestles with him all night. All night long, Jacob is struggling with something that he doesn't know what it is. But this is nothing new to Jacob, you see. He's been practicing this since the womb. He's been manipulating situations since he was old enough to calculate. He's been moving here and moving there and doing this and doing that and scheming things and plotting things. Not only did he steal his brother's birthright, he stole his blessing to by pretending to be his brother. And now he's got a face the one that he pretended to be who wanted to kill him the last time he saw him, but I can't stay with Lebanon, but I can't deal with Esau. I'm standing here needing the help of God. And so God comes, not to help him, but the wrestle with him. And it's interesting to me that it didn't happen when he got to Esau. The fight? He saw gave him a hug. And God gave him a broken hip. I'm confused. I thought you asked God to bless you, Jacob. And he said, bless me. Bless me, I'm not letting go to bless me. Let's read the text again. This is, wow, this is just unbelievable. For everybody who's in between right now, for everybody who's torn, between what you believe that God has spoken that you really are and what you feel like from time to time. Everybody who's torn right now. How many of you are in a seasonal shift in your life? It was very difficult for you to comprehend where you're at. 'cause I'm 42. How many of you all think that's young? How many of you all think that's old? I'm torn. I'm torn. I'm torn, Graham's hand went up so high when I said, oh, and half this section, I don't know what's going on over here in this section. Y'all said it was really young. I'm torn. I don't know which one to believe. Life is tricky because life will intersect in betweens. So you raise teenagers. But you're also a teenager. Because he's about to turn 15, I'm close to turning 50. Both of us are in the middle of something. And I don't know what I'm in the middle of it. He doesn't know what he's in the middle of. And so now I'm trying to raise somebody as I walk through something that I haven't seen the end of yet myself and look back at what he's in the middle of while I'm in the middle of mine and tell him about the middle of his and bring him safely through it and don't get him killed. Andy stubborn. So when he wants to learn how to drive, watch this, he doesn't have enough money to afford a car, but he doesn't have enough humility to listen to me when I'm teaching him how to drive it. I'm just kidding, Graham, you're so perfect. He's going to be a great driver. I prophesy, I declare it. I had to create, I plead the blood. But that's what I mean by in between. Is Jacob knowing I can't stay with leben, where he met his wife, Leah, and his other wife, Rachel, and he married one and thought he was marrying the other. This dude has a lot of problems at night. Jacob needs to put a 9 p.m. curfew on himself 'cause he gets in trouble at night. He went and slept with the wrong sister at night, woke up the Bible so funny. The Bible says, he thought he laid down with Rachel. That's who he wanted to marry. He commits to her father. I'm a work 7 years so I can marry Rachel. Okay, at the end of 7 years, the father layman slips in Leah, the other sister who has what we say, the good personality. Leah has a good personality. Jacob goes to bed thinking it's Rachel, wakes up and the Bible says, there was Leah. So funny. This is kind of like that because everything in the text watch, this is what drew drew me to the text when I was thinking about being in between things. Nobody's calling me the young pastor anymore, but nobody thinks I'm an old sage either. Oh God, what am I? I am not a spiritual Bible quote and tongue talking Christian all the time. But I'm not trying to cuss people out either and start fights because I've learned too much to be ugly all the time. And all I have to clean up messes after I make them. So I'm too safe to be angry and to fleshly to be perfect and I'm stuck in the middle feeling like porn. 'cause I can handle it. If I had the self control to just pray for people, that would be one thing. If I was just worldly and I knew jiu-jitsu, I could handle it that way. But it's in between. So it's nighttime. Jacob is heading to what he thinks is his appointment. He's leaving what has been his refuge. And God meets him in between. The lord said to tell you today, he's trying to meet you in between. And he's got you in between. For a reason, he's got you in between for a reason. Jacob never could have known when he was sending his wives and his servants and his donkeys and his camels and his gifts across the jabach to meet with his brother Esau. That God was leaving him there stripped of all of his appointments and all of his accomplishments and all of his affiliations so that he could show him something. He never could have known that. They never could have known why he was wrestling who he was wrestling with. He never could have known while he was wrestling with the outcome would be. But he wouldn't let go. He wouldn't let go. He held on for dear life. And when the angel, the angel of God who theologians would say, is a pre incarnate, a pre incarnate revelation of Jesus Christ himself. When Jesus came to wrestle with Jacob, Jacob held on so tight that the angel said,

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"tear" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

Elevation Church Podcast

03:10 min | 5 months ago

"tear" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

"Me or forsake me. So I'm all of those things. Whatever, he said I am. That's what I am. Whatever he calls me, that's what I'll be. Whatever he calls me to, that's what I'm walking toward. Whatever, he labels me. That's what I live by. I am all those things called justify glorified. And yet the context of Romans chapter 8 is interesting because it talks about the groanings that happen on the inside of us as we wait for our adoption and eagerly expect to be brought into the fullness of what we have the first fruits of. It's past way of saying we're in between things. That we know we're called, but we're often confused. That we know we're justified, but we often deal with guilt. That we know we're glorified, but we often feel Gritty. 'cause I'm in between things. I'm all those things called justify them. Glorified, because Christ said I am. But I'm some other things too sometimes. I'm some other things. I can be selfish. I can be rude. I can be ignorant, I can be compulsive, I'm getting depressed right now as I think about the other things. And the truth is, I'm torn. I'm torn. I was torn to figure out what to wear to church today. I was torn to figure out what's to preach to you today. I'm torn in this very moment, as I stand before you, and try to tell you that I'm all these wonderful things in Christ with all of the reminders behind me of all the ways that I fell short of the glory of God this week. The truth is, I'm torn. That's one of the things about being between things. Is that you can feel kind of torn, I mean, just imagine, I'm not going to demonstrate it. Two big strong guys stand in on either side of me today. And one is pulling me here. And one is pulling me there. And here I am in between two things. In between my heavenly calling call, justify glorified, right with God. And then my sinful tendencies. Lazy. Self pity. I can be very, I can be very, I can be a very convincing victim. It's their fault. They didn't. They should have. I can be a lot of things. I'm torn. I know they're starting to sermon this way would be kind of interesting. Because I think what people are looking for when they come to church is for me to talk about certain things and then to leave other things for Monday through Saturday. Problem with that approach to ministry is, it's what happens in between our Sunday meetings.

"tear" Discussed on Elevation with Steven Furtick

Elevation with Steven Furtick

07:18 min | 5 months ago

"tear" Discussed on Elevation with Steven Furtick

"And we're always talking in our family. What's your favorite season? Graham Graham says that spring is off brand fall. That's his theory. Holly and I love fall because when we go on our walks. We're so boring in a way, but we love it. We embrace it. One of our favorite things to do is just crunch leaves and see who can crunch the lead the loudest. And we're like, we have crunch of the day competitions when we go on our walks. It's very simple. It's a cheap date, by the way. If you want to use it. And we'll do that. We walked out the other day. Holly was all bundled up in a hoodie. And I'm laughing. I'm in a tank top. Because I know our driveway is kind of long, so when we're in the shade of our driveway, she thought, oh, it's fall because football's on, so it's fall. As soon as we got out of the shade, she's peeling that hoodie off. And we look at each other and we laugh, and she goes, fake fall. Fake fall is something you may not know about if you are in the south is when you go outside, it's 59°. Everything tastes like pumpkins in every restaurant. But no sooner do you go back inside to grab that cute cardigan that you've been saving all summer and waiting for the fall than you walk back outside. It's 96° now in Charlotte. And it's only been 5 minutes. And it can be refreshing because it can feel hot one moment and then God will just blow it. Air condition like Gabriel just blow in your face and you'll say, fall, I feel you. Welcome, fall. But don't be deceived, do not be fooled. Do not be dismayed. It is only fake fall. So make sure you pack at least three different outfits when you leave in the morning as fake fall. Oh yeah, football is on, but it's not fall yet. It's fake fall. We walk past these people the other day, crunch and leads, and this guy says to us in a very northern accent and I'm not going to impersonate it because it might be offensive because I can't do it that good. But he's like, how about this fall weather in Holly turns to me and goes northerner? Fake fall. He doesn't know, don't tell him. Don't tell him, no swelling for him. He thinks it's just gonna stay like this. Fake fall. You know what I'm talking about, fake fall? So I didn't know whether to put this on today. Because it feels like fall to me, the kids are back in school, Chick-fil-A has this autumn spice milkshake. But I don't know really if it's an in between season. It's in between seasons. I'm standing in my closet. I can't figure out which one to grab because I've been waiting to wear this, but it might be now we keep it 57° in the auditorium at elevation ballantyne to keep all awake. So I'm not worried how it's going to be in the room. That's mandated. But is that a Prairie request? I could turn it up hot and preach about hell, and then we'll see what happens. You feel the flame, baby. But to me, there's nothing trickier than in between. Seasons. One thing to figure out, what do I wear? I mean, I could take this off if I chose wrong. But there are other things, other things in life. The in between things that can leave you feeling irritable, unstable, uncertain, like you're having an identity crisis. Like you really don't know which one to go with. In between things. The Bible says and we're fond of quoting in Romans 8 28 that all things work together for the good of those who love God, and are called, according to his purpose, all things. Somebody say things. Then it says a little further down in the book of Romans and I think the 31st versus says, what shall we say in response to these things that God has predestined us? That God has called us that he has justified us, and he has glorified us. All of that in Romans chapter 8. I am all of those things. I am called by God. I am justified by Jesus. I am glorified with him. I am joined together. I'm a joint heir with Jesus Christ. Me and him hooked up. And I got everything that he has for me. When I called on his name, he said he'd come living me and be with me and would leave me or forsake me. So I'm all of those things. Whatever, he said I am. That's what I am. Whatever he calls me, that's what I'll be. Whatever he calls me to, that's what I'm walking toward. Whatever, he labels me. That's what I live by. I am all those things called justify glorified. And yet the context of Romans chapter 8 is interesting because it talks about the groanings that happen on the inside of us as we wait for our adoption and eagerly expect to be brought into the fullness of what we have the first fruits of. It's Paul's way of saying, we're in between things. That we know we're called, but we're often confused. That we know we're justified, but we often deal with guilt. That we know we're glorified, but we often feel Gritty. 'cause I'm in between things. I'm all those things called justify glorified because Christ said I am. But I'm some other things too sometimes. I'm some other things. I can be selfish. I can be rude. I can be ignorant, I can be compulsive, I'm getting depressed right now as I think about other things. And the truth is, I'm torn, I'm torn. I was torn to figure out what to wear to church today. I was torn to figure out what to preach to you today. I'm torn in this very moment, as I stand before you, and try to tell you that I'm all these wonderful things in Christ with all of the reminders behind me of all the ways that I fell short of the glory of God this week. The truth is, I'm torn. That's one of the things about being between things. Is that you can feel kind of torn. I mean, just imagine, I'm not going to demonstrate it. Two big strong guys stand in on either side of me today. And one is pulling me here. And one is pulling me there. And here I am in between two things. In between my heavenly calling call, justified, glorified, right with God. And then my

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"tear" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

Elevation Church Podcast

02:29 min | 5 months ago

"tear" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

"In the south, seasons are tricky. And we're always talking in our family. What's your favorite season? Graham Graham says that spring is off brand fall. That's his theory. Holly and I love fall because when we go on our walks. We're so boring in a way, but we love it. We embrace it. One of our favorite things to do is just crunch leaves and see who can crunch the lead the loudest. And we're like, we have crunch of the day competitions when we go on our walks. It's very simple. It's a cheap date, by the way. If you want to use it. And we'll do that. We walked out the other day. Holly was all bundled up in a hoodie. And I'm laughing. I'm in a tank top. Because I know our driveway is kind of long, so when we're in the shade of our driveway, she thought, oh, it's fall, 'cause football's on. So it's fall. As soon as we got out of the shade, she's peeling that hoodie off. And we look at each other and we laugh, and she goes, fake fall. Fake fall is something you may not know about if you are not in the south. It's when you go outside is 59°. Everything tastes like pumpkins in every restaurant. But no sooner do you go back inside to grab that cute cardigan that you've been saving all summer and waiting for the fall than you walk back outside. It's 96° now in Charlotte. And it's only been 5 minutes. And it can be refreshing because it can feel hot one moment and then God will just blow it. Air condition like Gabriel just blow in your face and you'll say fall, I feel you welcome fall. But don't be deceived, do not be fooled. Do not be dismayed. It is only fake fall. So make sure you pack at least three different outfits when you leave in the morning as fake fall. Oh yeah, football is on, but it's not fall yet. It's fake fall. We walk past these people the other day, crunch and leaves, and this guy says to us in a very northern accent and I'm not going to impersonate it because it might be offensive, 'cause I can't do it that good. But he's like, how about this fall weather in Holly turns to me and goes? Northerner. Fake fall. Be that, no, don't tell him. Don't tell him no swelling for him. He thinks it's just gonna stay like this. Fake fall. You know what I'm talking about

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"tear" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

03:21 min | 10 months ago

"tear" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"It's time for us to take a minute and have a really hearty laugh over the woes over at CNN and I'm specifically talking here about the launch of their new streaming platform called CNN plus. Now, this was announced with great fanfare CNN says, we're going to be putting up to a $1 billion. And they've already put in $300 million to attract viewers to this page subscription platform called CNN plus and evidently, despite this expenditure of $300 million, they have fewer than 10,000 viewers per day. Wow. 10,000 viewers. That's about the size of a, one of my larger speaking events. It's about the size of a small radio station in the outskirts of mobile Alabama. This is CNN. They're essentially a sinking ship and it's really fun to watch them sink. It's fun to watch for all kinds of reasons. Well, first of all, the whole notion of CNN plus was a fundamentally inane idea. Nobody wants to watch CNN for free. So the idea that people will pay, pay money, monthly to watch CNN. This was an adventurous premise at the start. The second thing was you brought all these guys like the pompous ass Chris Wallace. He's like, I can't tolerate the atmosphere and Fox News because there are some people here who denied the results of the election. So I'm out of here. I need to be in a more comfortable environment. And so he essentially flies into the arms of Jeff Zucker and then Zucker gets the boot over at CNN, which is a delicious turn. And then here's Wallace now sitting with this program. Apparently he's trying to get out of CNN plus and get on CNN itself. I think he's hoping there that the free coverage. And look, I mean, does anybody even watch CNN? The only people I have seen watching CNN are quite honestly, people in who are at a bar or people who had an airport or literally if you're standing at a urinal. It means nothing else you can do. So you're watching, you know, you watch CNN out of like Shia bored necessity. But to see someone like actually choosing to watch CNN and like engaged and grossed, I mean, I think that is a very hypothetical human being. I'm not sure such human beings even exist. And so here's CNN and it is apparently now facing this crisis. They're talking about slashing jobs, which is always a good thing. I mean, whenever propagandists lose their jobs, it's good news for us. And it's good news for journalism. CNN isn't really journalism, so people who think, oh, well, this is a blow for journalism. It's not a blow for journalism. It's a blow against it's a blow for free speech. It's a blow for getting rid of this kind of propaganda. So blow against smarmy self righteous self indulgence. CNN is a big mess, and it's time for us to just sit back and have a little bit of shadow and Freud, a little bit of pleasure in other people's misery. Generally not a good thing to do, but politically in some cases a necessary thing to do. And so my message on my feelings in terms of CNN's current troubles can be summarized in really three similar sounding phrases, which are called.

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"tear" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

04:39 min | 10 months ago

"tear" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"He's offered to buy it for $54 and 20 cents a share in cash. This would value the company, by the way, at about 43 billion. And you know, it comes as a shock to the left because it seemed like and I was a little worried that the left had sort of gotten to Musk because he had been talking about getting a seat on the board and then he said, well, I'm not gonna do that. And I thought that maybe he didn't want his life to be made miserable by the termites that are all over, not just Twitter, but they're all over Google. They're all over a Facebook. This is just an infestation of leftists and social media. And it seems like a musket even deleted some of his old tweets that were critical of Twitter, but in a beautiful movie he's up the ante and basically said, listen, I'm gonna use a public company and company has gone public. I think Twitter should be private and so suddenly the left, you know, for a while it was that, you know, yeah, don't be concerned about billionaires owning these platforms. It's no problem. But now it's a problem. And oh, you know, don't complain about censorship on social media. These are private companies. They can do exactly what they want. And now it's like, oh my gosh, it's gonna be Elon Musk who's making the rules. This is a very dangerous situation. So, so it's funny how these things come full circle. And they come full circle kind of bold ways, right? Because I know I'm a little bit less worried about billionaires owning social media platform. Why? Because here's a billionaire and I have far more trust that Elon Musk will protect free speech than I do in the social retards Jack Dorsey or this Indian fellow pirate agarwal or the clowns over at Google or the autistic Zuckerberg. Now, censorship is in social media is not going away. In fact, it's been getting worse. This is really why we need the Elon solution. W just showed me this. This is from Google AdSense. The now censoring debate about the Ukraine. I mean, wow. First there was the election, then it was COVID, then they had started throwing in other issues. It was abortion and the trans and climate change, and now Ukraine. I'm just going to read a line or two. It says that we have already been enforcing on claims related to the war in Ukraine when they violate existing policies. And they're saying that these restrictions are included, but not limited to claims that imply victims are responsible for their own tragedy. Or similar instances of victim blaming, such as claims that Ukraine is committing genocide or deliberately attacking its own citizens. So what they seem to be saying is that you can't say any of these things regardless of the truth or the accuracy or inaccuracy of what you're saying and in the fog of war, they're always are competing claims. I guess what part of what these social media companies take refuge in we're going to be relying on official sources of information, but the official sources that propaganda. I mean, Russia is putting on propaganda. The United States government has kind of by its own admission, putting on propaganda and Ukraine is putting out propaganda. So the official sources in that sense are not fully trustworthy. But back to Elon Musk. Look, here's a guy who's willing to put 40 billion on the line. So this is a guy who cares deeply about free speech and is willing to put his money where his mouth is. He sends his letter to the board of Twitter and he says that Twitter has the potential extraordinary potential, he says, and he says, I will unlock it. But he says not in its current form. Twitter, I guess he's thinking is too much to captive. To the interests of perhaps some of the big hedge funds and other places that have money in Twitter and have been have been using their leverage on Twitter, not to mention the ideology that prevails inside of Twitter. It's driven by Twitter's own leftist programmers and employees. Some of whom, by the way, have been threatening to quit. And I hope they do quit. And I hope that these platforms which have reached the point of, well, look, they seem almost unsalvageable in terms of protecting genuine free speech. But here's Elon Musk he has the resources to fix the problem. He seems to have the will to do it and the good intentions to do it. I don't think he should underestimate the battles ahead, they are formidable, but he is also a formidable and in my view.

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"tear" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"tear" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

"Write that. Give me the vibe. I want to rehab again. Like I said, so she went to rehab quietly and returned right at Christmas time and I guess that spider tattoo felt like some sort of new birth for her. I don't want to talk about this and laugh. I don't want to see anybody suffer with their illnesses and their addictions. I've had addictions. It ain't any kind of fucking fun. But Demi Lovato will not be done with all this nonsense until she gets her ass back in the studio and writes and sings. She needs to be home writing her ass off. And if you tell me sure he is bullshit nonsense. Whatever she's written since her OD doesn't mean shit 'cause she ain't done nothing with it. She had that one night what she's saying her ass off. It was beautiful. It was gorgeous. Since then nothing. Nothing. She's an artist, an artist, artist need to put their talents to task. The worst enemy of an artist is idle time. Trust me, idle time and a lot of money coming in. That equals disaster. And the other thing, the other disaster, this whole Kanye West and Julia Fox thing, that is hard to look at as much as it is to look at Pete Davidson and Kim Kardashian are both of these fucking couples kidding us, Kevin Kardashian stock. I've been on record saying, I think she's so beautiful. From the waist up. I don't like her big fucking ass. I hate that shit. The waist up, I find her hard to look like just really beautiful. In a convertible, there's very few women more beautiful than Kim Kardashian. When she steps on a car, you see the big fat ass. I don't want an ass the size of a 36 inch screen. I don't want that. But waist up, tippy top, cream of the crop. Her stock has nosedived. And Kanye's level of thirst is so predictable and gross. For one thing, no one cares about Julie Fox. No one, Julia Fox. No one thought about Julia Fox as being a fox. No one thinks she's a fox. She's okay. Yeah, yeah, yeah, we saw her and I'm catching uncut jumps. Yeah, she'll be great on ketchup. Yeah, great. No, no one can. The girl he was with before that? Fini tria holy Christ. She was insanely sexy.

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"tear" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"tear" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

"Have you seen the picture of Renee Graziano? Let's go with the trends. The trends of Renee Graziano, Jesus Christ and yeesh, when did she turn into a Kardashian? She looks more like Kim and Kylie and Khloe than Kris Jenner does for fuck's sake. But I saw this picture because brene Graziano, who says she's 52, my ass is now the newest inducted member of the big growing list of celebrities who get D, wi's. She had a parked car on the streets of Staten Island. This is fucking terrible. How long before she parties with Pete Davidson and Kim Kardashian on Staten Island? Oh my God. When we were kids, we were told, stay off the roads. There's so many cops. You gotta be careful. Nowadays, it's all about stay off the roads. There's too many reality TV messes on the road. Dina Lohan hits a car in the parking lot of an outback steakhouse on Long Island. That is really embarrassing. That look, look, if you have to go to outback to get your drink on, you know what that means. I mean, look, you could stay home and get your bottle of scotch. Or whatever your poison is, pull yourself a tumbler or two and just get loaded home. But when you take your car to out back, that means you're clearly looking to meet somebody at altec. And you want that person and out back to look at you and go, this is kind of a celebrity. I got a chance at banging a quasi. It's just, it's gross, but either way. I know Deena, I feel bad for whatever the fuck, but now Renee Graziano, who was the daughter of Anthony Graziano the former consul Yeti of the bonanno crime family, you saw her on mob wives, big friend to big and. I mean, she was quite a popular TV star back in the day. She's kept things under the radar. Since she actually went to rehab to deal with issues because of a depression and her swallowing pills and whatnot. And also, this is a big thing if you're one of the big and just kids or her son AJ, she came on came in third on celebrity big brother. Could you imagine being a kid going, mom, my mother came in third on celebrity big brother. I shouldn't say that 'cause you know what, a few years ago, if they were invited me, I would have went and my kids would listen to the same thing. So I apologize for saying that. But the point is this, Renee is driving her 2020 Nissan murano, I would have expected a better car than that. Mob daughter, years on reality TV, 2020 murano, Nissan. Come on. Come on. And she drove it into a 2020 Jeep Wrangler. 10 o'clock at night at the intersection of Arden avenue and Arthur kill road. You have no idea how depressing that intersection actually is. I know because I had a girlfriend in Staten Island. I used to travel those roads and it's not a place you want to get into a fender bender.

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"tear" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"tear" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

"Then goes on to say that when the kid was two months old, he developed what they thought was a scientist issue and they noticed his head was bigger like I said. And the doctor said the fluid had started to build up and the kids had and they discovered a tumor and they had to go do immediate surgery. And Nick kind of broke down and he said that the little baby took a turn for the worse on Thanksgiving and the tumor in his brain grew really quickly. And he went to go spend time in California for the last weekend with his son. Now his show is taped in New York. We went back to California. And this past Sunday, he said, I needed, I felt like I needed to take my son to the beach. I wanted to be near the ocean. And that's where he held his kid for the last time. I'm getting choked up. I don't like this guy, Nick Cannon. I mean, I should not. I shouldn't dislike him, but he gets on my nerves. He's a fucking Hollywood asshole, but I made a lot of fun of him over the years impregnating every girl he meets, trying to get a harem wearing that turbine wears. Always complaining of racism at every job he's got. I just find him a pain in the ass. And he went, he wanted to see a sunrise. With that child, and just think about that image of him holding that baby on the beach to see his sunrise. And then he said he was lucky enough to stay with him until he saw his son set. You know, parents should never have to bury their children. The human heart is not designed for such heartbreak. It really isn't. When I was younger, maybe in my 20s, a cousin of mine lost her baby. And I'd not been to awake for a child. And when the casket came out, it was like the size of it's so bad. Two shoe boxes long. It was so awful to think that there's a baby in there. A baby, everybody loved. Her firstborn. And it kind of put a strain on their marriage after that. They ended up not making it. They had another baby. Everything was great, but something went wrong along the way, I feel, because of that. Sometimes people go through such trauma like that, and they don't, they don't come out the other end the same way. But Nick's got a lot of kids, you know? He's got ten year old twins Morocco and Monroe with Mariah Carey. He's got a daughter named powerful queen who's gonna turn one this month. He's got a four year old son named golden 5 month old twins name zillion hair and Zion moxon, which you should not take if you plan on operating heavy machinery. I'm sorry. I shouldn't jump, but come on with that fucking name, Zion, and I'm sure it's some marvel name or something from Black Panther, but give me a goddamn break. But seriously, hopefully now he'll see that he needs to focus on the children he has and not the children he wants to make. Was this God's way again with God? Was this God's way of teaching him a lesson? That that's not the way you play to just spray your seat everywhere and make a bunch of kids because he up for months on the Internet. For years about how many kids he wants. He wants to impregnate everybody. Is this God's way of saying, hey, hey hey. Slow the fuck down. I'm in charge of this, not you. Slow down. Like I said, I don't like them, but no one deserves to lose a child. No one. But I hope it motivates him to spend time building relationships with his children. You've got to talk show. You've got a silly show on MTV, whatever the hell it is. You used to have the other show, The X Factor. You've got a radio show. All you do is work. I know money is a premium. It's very important to you, but for fuck's sake, that's not what life is, man. I just hope this motivates him to spend time building relationship with his kids instead of chasing ass and trying to make more kids. I don't even know if that kid poor little zen ever met his half siblings. You know, I don't even know how he could sit down and talk about this. I'm sure he and the mother are very devastated, but I especially feel sorry for the mother and the baby. It's just awful and the only thing I hope is his fame can bring issues like this more attention and money and maybe help save other people's children, it's terrible and I hope he heals, but I will say this if I didn't, I wouldn't be me. When you see the video of him talking to his audience, his people, there's something oddly strange about it. He doesn't seem, I know there's tears. I know the emotion was real as I think it could be. But there's something strange about thinking you're better off getting on a plane and coming back to New York to tape his show in front of a bunch of strangers you don't know who laugh and clap because the sign tells them to do so. Rather than stay back with the mother of that child who, as devastated as you on Nick Cannon, that baby didn't come out of you. He came out of her and that beautiful girl needs somebody to hold her and get her through this awful storm of heartache and your TV show, one of three or four you have is not more important, man. I'm not sure if this is gonna make a mark on him and have him change his ways. I hope it does. But the way he handled that, and again, please, I'm not making fun of him, but the way he handled it. And we all handled tragedy differently, blah, blah, blah. It was not the time to go back to work. It was not the time to get in an airport and get on a plane and fly to New York. Your fucking show can wait a day. The woman who gave birth to your son needed to be held a day, three, 5, 7 days, whatever the hell it is. You think the network wouldn't have been sympathetic? Family comes before fame. I'm AJ benza. That was your free show. For Wednesday. The 7 8th 2021, hunky kid, man. Hug your kids. Let's talk to you later.

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"tear" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

07:48 min | 1 year ago

"tear" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

"I thought what a great thing to do. Having kids seen enough of LeBron James on buildings or the next marvel fucking superhero movie, why don't we let them see a beautiful grandma or a noble grandpa? I think that would go a long way. The town is called a villa Grande. It's a beach town. And now scientists are hanging out there. They've been doing this for 20 years. They have out of the 2000 people who live on this island 6 or 100 or older. That's extremely, extremely rare. Italy, as a whole, only has 3% of people 95 or older living in all of Italy. Sardinia, 6 people out of 2000. That's pretty amazing. So what is it about Sardinia? When I was a kid, there was a whole thing about Russia and all the yogurt they remember there was a thing that if you go to this place in Russia, you'll live long. They kind of, that stopped happening apparently. Everybody started stuffing their fridge with yogurt when the story came out. But I like the way you start getting enslaved. I like the way they eat. All right, nuts, cheeses, olives, wine, bread, fish, I could live on that stuff forever. I love that was a segment on this show where they show this all the Italian couple. Both in their 90s, married 63 years, he's working a shovel. She's working a back hull and they're dealing with their garden. It was beautiful. And they asked the guy to ask both of them the question, have you always been this active? Because that must be a key to living law and both instead of the same time. Simply, meaning always. 10% of the people in villa Grande live into the 90s. That's something else. So something's in the dirt and Sardinia. There's scientists there trying to figure it out. They've been there 20 years. They still don't know what the hell's going on. The one thing they talk about is fasting. Now, sometimes I make fun of fasting. I'm thinking I'm going to try something. All right? I think I'm going to try to not eat between 8 p.m. and noon the next day. That doesn't seem too hard to do. It really doesn't. I think I'm going to try that. That's kind of fasting right there. Even though I'm sleeping most of those hours, that's fasting. I can get behind that. But apparently, the older people do this, they can fast more readily because they fasted out of necessity during the war. Isn't that interesting? And their bodies remember the habit and they go right into that mode. It doesn't bother them. And once they're done fasting, they enjoy meals with very high protein and fat like a nice piece of super sata. I love that they showed a nice sausage being cut open. 'cause I could live on that stuff every day. But the thinking is that genetics sets you up to be a certain way, but the lifestyle you lead has a lot to do with it as well, and also the food you eat. When I went to see a shrink, oh, also the community and the family are involved in. Even though sometimes we think our families drive us crazy, they actually may be making us live longer. When I, when I went to a shrink before I had Roxy, 18 years ago. When we're talking about stuff, and I don't know how we got in the subject, but he said, talking about genetics, and he said, you could think of somebody that is the complete polar opposite of you. Think of anybody that's the complete polar opposite of you. And you're only separated by one gene. That's it. The rest of it comes down to, as he said, diet, the people you grow up with and hang around with, the school and the teachers you learn from, the jobs you take, it was very interesting. It reminded me of you can get two saplings, picture little two little small tomato plants. Both of them very healthy. They have 5 inches tall. Depending on where you put those plants in your house, what kind of shade or sun they get, what's direction, where they point at east, north, southwest, are they getting mostly shade, then sunk, how much water are they getting? Are people yelling and screaming there then? Even though it's a plant, I believe in that. And all those things together and up to the way the person you become. So both those tomato plants, just like both you and your complete opposite with the same person. And everything else gets thrown in and that I think it's very interesting. And they had an old lady on there was a hundred years old and she lives alone, her neighbors above her, bring her down some pasta now and then and she said, two things are the most important. Don't be envious and don't be jealous of anything in life or anybody. And I gotta tell you, I employed both of those things. I never get jealous of someone else's wealth, good opportunity. I just don't. I'm not envious, I'm not jealous. It's not scientific, but it comes with the perspective and wisdom of somebody who's lived a hell of a long time and those are the people we need to listen to. And often those people want people to listen to them. This reminded me of a story. I'll get to celebrities in a second, fuck that. We hear about celebrities all the time. This is more important. It reminds me of a story when I was working at Best Buy, you know, hating my life. I mean, I gotta be honest. There were days when I just didn't know what I had done to deserve that. Why was I there? I'm not putting anybody down who works those kind of jobs, but it just wasn't sitting for me. And one day, one night actually, I was really feeling like shit. My back was killing me. During my time there, my right knee had a meniscus injury. If any of you have had that, it's painful. And I used to go to work with an ice pack around my knee and a brace over it so the ice pack would stay in place. And then I put it in the freezer when I got to work. And then I'd walk around until that got freezing again and put it back on my knee. I did that constantly. It was a gel pack. My back is killing me 'cause a lot of times it Best Buy someone wants a big TV, you gotta go in the back room, climb the ladder, bring down a 50 inch plasma. It's heavy, you put it on your shoulder, blah, blah, blah. We're almost closing, which is when you're really getting ready to get the hell out of there and go home. You're adjusting all the shelves, making sure everything's lined up neat. For the next days, the next day's retail day, you wanna make sure everything's facing the right way. Nothing's crooked. That's the way you get. You get very anal in a store like that. You check all the aisles, blah, blah, blah. And I'm done, and all of a sudden an old man walks in. I'm like, oh Jesus Christ. One of those old men who's got his eyeglasses in his top pocket of a T-shirt. You know, didn't shave kind of scrappy and I was like, all right. He comes right toward me. Gives me a piece of paper. He's looking for a TV. It was so small. I think it was 14 inch TV. Something so tiny, but Best Buy had, they did sell those. I'm looking for a TV this babe. I said, all right. We got something come this way and I'm showing it to him and he couldn't decide. And I said to him,

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"tear" Discussed on Morning Moments Matter

Morning Moments Matter

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"tear" Discussed on Morning Moments Matter

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"tear" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"tear" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"You to enjoy classic blue bloods reruns only cbs. Nbc has the olympics. And we'll get the viewership. How many people are gonna want the olympics. I don't it feels different than any other olympics. I remember in my lifetime for a whole bunch of different reasons. Society's changed the amount of entertainment. We have available to assist changed athletes wanting to bad mouth the united states wall representing them has changed the result before the events are aired. In fact it's difficult to avoid no results. No crowd there because a covert. I can't imagine with the opening ceremony will go daikin an empty stadium but anyway i'll probably tune in on friday night and find that out Another story that we've been following for a while and man it depends on what outlet you look at as to the way they approach this so the new york times is going with a headline where it makes it sound. Pretty good Other news outlets not so much. The biden administration sending afghan visa applicants to an army base in virginia. So that's the idea of all those interpreters and their families that helped us over the last twenty years during our war using my finger quotes war and afghanistan that if left behind the talibans probably gonna kill him and so we're going to try and get him out of there since they were nice enough to help us out but we're not getting them out very fast. We're more or less already gone. The taliban is taken over more of the country every single day and they still haven't gotten the people out of their well. They're they're the headlines yesterday where that they're moving the interpreters to a safe territory and army base in virginia. Well if you get into the details of it it's only twenty five hundred afghan interpreters that they're going to be moving to this virginia air base and there are somewhere around eighteen thousand of these interpreters. That helped this over the years. And if you include their families it gets up to about fifty five thousand people and twenty five hundred or being moved to this Airbase so i understand. There are a number of family members with this batch. To maybe i misheard that. Yeah there is but still the total. If you include the family members is fifty five thousand. So i'm not sure why twenty five hundred being moved to To this airbase in virginia is quite the win that some news outlets are Treating it as well it could be. They're just desperate to show win for the biden administration. I don't know this is neither a republican nor democrat novel. No no president. Both parties have done a poor job of getting this set. Getting it figured out. I got i would say i can't believe we're failing on this You know. I got to admit the translators themselves you'd think they were thoroughly vetted by the fact that they worked for us and work with us for years in most cases wife and kids fine with how many family members are they talking about uncle for ruch in anti Jen how why does the the net cast. I don't know from the new york times version of it. The american diplomats have been scrambling to reach agreements to relocate the afghans to third countries including some in central asia and the persian gulf as well the united states but those negotiations dragging on and the security situation in afghanistan worsening. The administration came up with a stopgap measure for applicants who had completed most if not all the vetting being bring them directly the united states for final processing. So they're going to be on that. Airbase in virginia menu won the lottery. If you're one of those two thousand five hundred out of the fifty five thousand they got sent to virginia. I mean you really won the lottery behind. You might be tortured and killed. If you're sent to some of these other countries who knows how long you'll languish there and what your life will be. Yeah no kidding. I'm sure we'll be financing something or other for those people stay in but the local authorities will be siphoning off their share. No doubt and i just keep remember. We talked to mike lions Couple of weeks ago. He's our goto military guy and he knows a heck of a lot more about this stuff than i do in the way the military works and he had no optimism whatsoever that we're going to get those people out of their none. Yikes so we'll say it's that as brundle. My real only point for bringing it up is don't let the like so many stories. Don't let this headline lead you to believe that. Well it's over. They got him out which is kind of the way. It's being portrayed some places so on the way the floundering floundering effort to deal with the homelessness problem in america's cities and in blue states england's freedom day all the covert restrictions are over marred by soaring cases and chaos. Some of it probably unnecessary and all sorts of good stuff to talk about. Oh did you hear a bunch. More of our officials got hit with that so-called havana's syndrome. Yeah where vienna which is a super hot bed of. Us soviet now us. Russia surveillance and the current beliefs spy craft the current belief is. It's not an attempt to scramble their brains. It's tempt to steal information from their phones or their laptops it just has the unfortunate side effect of scrambling your brain exactly. They'd probably rather than didn't scramble people's brains because nobody would even know then that they've got this the ray that they can shoot it your gun and suck the information out of it. Yeah exactly plus. Oh we need to get. 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"tear" Discussed on AdExchanger Talks

AdExchanger Talks

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"tear" Discussed on AdExchanger Talks

"Third party agencies and marketing partners and brandt delighted to have her on to talk about google tear. Welcome thanks so much for having me and delighted to be here great to have you so could you give me just a real quick overview of what you do at google. What you oversee. Sure so as you alluded to..

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"tear" Discussed on Life in The Word

Life in The Word

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"tear" Discussed on Life in The Word

"Because whatever your intention is whatever your focus is whatever exuding from your heart. Your energy goals. That's where your energy will flow argue stored in your tears well by sorting energy. Well are you starting your actions. Well the process of doing something. What are you doing because at the end of the day. You are what you do you see. We say a lot of words and people say oh you are what your word say you know. Your words typically prove what you wanna be but the accent. So what's who actually are and if you are in line with the holy spirit and you are in line with the call of god on your life the more likely your words will line up with to actions than yes you are. What joe would you say you are but you gotta be warranted stored in it. Well you gotta be sewing it as a good story. Ask yourself argue. What's your actions are. How are you handling good things that god has placed in your hands. Are you handling your influence. How are you ambling. The people that are signed to you watch actions remindful of your work but watch actions. They speak a whole lot louder than your words. Are you stored in your tears. Well so that you can reap harvest of joy. The austin for rejoice. If you starting your time will you starting your energy will. Your accents are lining up with the word of god. Then you have calls to. Rejoice you have caused to feel in show. Great the light you can wake up and say that this is a day that lord have made and i will rejoice and be glad in it you can do like the children of israel here and psalm. One twenty six. You can rejoice in adversity you can rejoice through adversity. You can rejoice after the adversity preparing for the next rejoice stewarded. Well stored your tears. Well so you can reap rbis absorbed. And what are you doing with the f. sewing what are you doing. What are you planting. What kind of seed are you spreading around the earth. We have to be mindful that if we're not pleased with a harvest and we have to check our see. Some of us are sewing and expecting arepa harvest different from what we're selling. It's not possible if you're not going into the fruit of the spirit. You won't rates out of the fruit of the spirit if you're sewing discord re unity. How are you storing your tears. The crucial part that we have to play in this whole birth of scripture. We all been the gate we often. The gate is shoring. That the here's that we so are stewarded well and so in like manner in order to re joy on today. I just came by to stop by really quickly and to tell you that. We are admonished to so in order to reap the harvest of joy of being god's chosen vessel we have to ensure.

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