35 Burst results for "Ten K"

No 12 Oklahoma State rallies late to beat No. 25 Texas 32-24

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 hrs ago

No 12 Oklahoma State rallies late to beat No. 25 Texas 32-24

"Twelve ranked Oklahoma state remains unbeaten after scoring the last nineteen points in a thirty two twenty four victory over number twenty five Texas Tanner brown's fourth field goal of the game gave the cowboys their first lead Spencer Sanders gave Oklahoma state briefing room by scrambling for a ten yard TD with two eighteen remaining Jaylen Warren finished with one hundred ninety four yards rushing on thirty three carries Jason Taylor the second eighty five yard interception returned for a touchdown in the second quarter kept the six in Ocala boys in the game Texas led seventeen three and twenty four thirteen before falling to four and three I'm Dave Ferrie

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Bo Nix leads Auburn to 38-23 upset of No. 17 Arkansas

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 4 hrs ago

Bo Nix leads Auburn to 38-23 upset of No. 17 Arkansas

"Both extroverted hundred ninety two yards and accounted for three touchdowns in Auburn's thirty eight twenty three win at number seventeen Arkansas next completed passes to ten different receivers going twenty one of twenty six with an interception he had a twenty three yard scoring run with less than three minutes left to secure the win the Tigers took a third quarter lead would dare call sacked and stripped Arkansas's cagey Jefferson in the end zone with Marcus Harris pouncing on it for a touchdown Jefferson with twenty one of thirty five for two hundred twenty eight yards and two touchdowns for the Razorbacks who have dropped three straight since a surprising foreign start put them in the top ten I'm Dave Ferrie

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No. 10 Spartans stay perfect with 20-15 win at Indiana

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 4 hrs ago

No. 10 Spartans stay perfect with 20-15 win at Indiana

"Michigan state scored a pair of touchdowns off Indiana turnovers en route to a twenty to fifteen win the seven oh Spartans were out rushed and I'll pass by the Hoosiers but managed to win the game despite just a hundred twenty six passing yards by quarterback Payton Thorne Spartan running back Kenneth Walker remains the nation's top rusher after finishing with eighty four yards the loss drops Indiana to two and four and in three in the big ten Tom McCabe Bloomington Indiana

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Now 41, killer of 4-year-old boy granted parole on 11th try

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 7 hrs ago

Now 41, killer of 4-year-old boy granted parole on 11th try

"A forty one year old man who was thirteen when he killed his four year old neighbor with a rock in western New York has been granted parole Eric Smith had made ten appearances before the parole board and was always turned down this last time his eleventh was earlier in the month and the department of corrections says he was granted release getting out as early as November seventeenth Smith was convicted of murder for Loring Derrick Robie into the woods and striking the four year old head with a rock in nineteen ninety three Robie's parents always opposed his killer's release but would not comment to the media on the latest decision the case garnered national attention because of the ages of the boys there was also a widely seen photo of a red headed Smith in court wearing a Bugs Bunny sweatshirt Julie Walker New York

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 Tens of thousands demonstrate in Rome against neo-fascists

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 9 hrs ago

Tens of thousands demonstrate in Rome against neo-fascists

"Tens of thousands of union members and other Italians gathered in Rome to stand up against rising fascism the week off the right wing extremists forced their way into the headquarters of Italy's most powerful labor confederation while protesting a covert nineteen certification requirements for work places the head of the CGIL union confederation led the protests with other labor leaders under the slogan never again fascism organizer is to put the crowd assembled in front of the St John Lateran basilica for the protest a hundred thousand strong some participants waved flags reading seedbox a direct retort to the protesters armed with sticks and metal bars who trashed C. G. I. els Rome headquarters on the ninth of October they

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US vows to pay relatives of Afghans killed in drone strike

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 d ago

US vows to pay relatives of Afghans killed in drone strike

"The U. S. says it will pay relatives of Afghans killed in a drone strike in August Pentagon spokesman John Kirby said in a statement Friday the U. S. defense department will offer condolence payments to relatives of ten people killed in Afghanistan in an errant U. S. drone strike in Cabool on August twenty ninth the hellfire missile struck a car that it just pulled into a driveway of a family compound ten members of the family including seven children were killed the U. S. central command called the strike a tragic mistake Kirby says they're also working with the state department to help surviving family members relocate to the United States the U. S. military originally said it had targeted an Islamic state group facilitator but the Associated Press and other news organizations quickly reported that the driver of the targeted vehicle was a long time employee at a humanitarian organization Jennifer king Washington

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California's Regulation on Truck Emissions Shuts out Private Owner-Operators

Mark Levin

01:18 min | 1 d ago

California's Regulation on Truck Emissions Shuts out Private Owner-Operators

"Twitter user Jerry Oakley reminds us that carriers domiciled in California with trucks older than 2011 That's just ten years Or using engines manufactured before 2010 just 11 years We'll need to meet the board's new truck and bus regulation beginning in 2020 Otherwise their vehicles will be blocked from registration with the states DMV according to California law Well ladies and gentlemen that's the situation It's 2021 Beyond 2020 the requirement is to purchase electric trucks Which do not exist Sundance a conservative treehouse expands on this explaining that the EPA reached an agreement with California air resource board to shut down semi tractor rigs that were non compliant with new California mission standards in effect what this 2020 determination and settlement created was an inability of half the nation's truckers Half the nation's trackers from picking up anything from the port of LA or the port of Long Beach Virtually all private owner operator trucks and half the fleet trucks that are used for moving containers across the nation were shut out

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The Investigation Into Wisconsin's Election Is More Critical Than Ever

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:34 min | 1 d ago

The Investigation Into Wisconsin's Election Is More Critical Than Ever

"Of the 25 grants CTCL provided to cities and counties in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Virginia, that were a $1 million or larger, 23 of the 25 grants went to areas that Biden won in 2020. One of the two counties won by Trump, Brown county Wisconsin, received about 1.1 million that's less than 1.2% of the 87 and a half million that CTCL provided to those top 25 recipients. But even in Brown county Wisconsin, where heavily Democrat, Green Bay is located, the funding disparities are glaring, the Wisconsin legislature provided roughly $7 per voter to the city of Green Bay to manage the 2020 elections, rural counties in Wisconsin received approximately $4 per voter. The CTCL funds boosted Democrat voting Green Bay resources to $47 per voter while most rural areas still have the same $4 per voter. And similar funding disparities occurred near Detroit, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Flint, Michigan, Dallas, Houston, and other cities that received tens of millions of dollars of CTCL money. I think what's important William to remember here and to point out is what happened in the areas that did not get CTCL funding as I understand it from your study from your research, the numbers stayed pretty consistent, very consistent to what happened in 2016.

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Appeals court allows Texas abortion law to stand

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 d ago

Appeals court allows Texas abortion law to stand

"A federal appeals court has rejected the Biden administration's latest attempt to undo Texas's new law banning most abortions it's the third time the fifth US circuit court of appeals has allowed the law to proceed since August known as Senate bill eight the Texas law bans abortions once cardiac activity is detected usually around six weeks no exceptions are made in cases of rape or incest the decision leaves the justice department and Texas abortion providers with the narrowing path to try stopping the law that's farts prevailed because of a unique structure that leaves enforcement up to private citizens anyone who brings a successful lawsuit against an abortion provider for violating the law is entitled to claim at least ten thousand dollars in damages the Biden administration argues that amounts to a bounty I'm

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Caller and Mark Levin Discuss Gender From 'American Marxism'

Mark Levin

01:55 min | 2 d ago

Caller and Mark Levin Discuss Gender From 'American Marxism'

"I am I'm in chapter four of American Marxism I'm actually in Chicago I listen to it on tape in my office so turn several people out to it which is great because they're all very liberal where I work But I love I love the way it really meant something to me the way you came at the gender issues in American Marxism Because it made me realize something I grew up ten to 70s high schools in the 80s era When I was ten 11 years old I played ball with the boys I could hold my own And then puberty hit they got big and strong and I'd say to anybody Right And it really made me mad They're gonna tell that girl that she's a boy trapped in a girl's body and go take steroids and mutilate yourself I don't destroy my life Now I'm an adult woman and I have children I have a husband I have a nice house I would have destroyed everything because at 11 years old I wanted to throw a temper tantrum because I couldn't hit the ball as far as the boys that I played with the summer before And you'll notice in that chapter this is being pushed by the United Nations It's being pushed by all kinds of radical groups It's now in our school systems You have elementary school children learning about this stuff Elementary school children It's unbelievable You know what are these kids going to do I mean we're seeing anger now from these people Let's say let's see how the Democrats conduct themselves in Virginia if they're just going to vote party line which they tend to do Not given a damn what goes on in their schools and all the rest of it They slobber They go to the voting slobber Who's dynamic Terry McCall good

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More than 10,000 John Deere workers go on strike at 14 U.S. plants

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 d ago

More than 10,000 John Deere workers go on strike at 14 U.S. plants

"Hi Mike Rossi reporting deer and company workers go on strike after rejecting a contract offer more than ten thousand workers at fourteen Deere and company plants in five states what on strike Thursday in the first major walk out of the company in more than thirty years members of the United auto workers rejected an offer from deer earlier in the week of five percent raises for some workers and six percent raises for others rejected offer would have paid top scale their production workers just over thirty dollars per hour rising to thirty one dollars eighty four cents after five years the agricultural machinery giant known for its green tractors enjoyed a pandemic Boone gear is expected to report record profits of between five point seven billion dollars and five point nine billion dollars this year hi

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Circle-Back Psaki Insists Gas Prices Aren’t Surging in ‘All Parts of the Country!’

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:48 sec | 2 d ago

Circle-Back Psaki Insists Gas Prices Aren’t Surging in ‘All Parts of the Country!’

"Because we got a White House press secretary who claims the gas prices aren't rising everywhere, where we see gas prices going up all over the country. I hear it everyday portions of our show brought to you by fellowship home loans. College 805 ten Mike are going to fellowship home loans dot com slash Mike G welcome home, fellowship, home loans. Yeah, here's circle back. Whether reporters asked about the rising gas prices everywhere, check out this this doozy of a response. For a range of issues and we should talk about those that the American people are, of course, impacted by rising prices of gas in some parts of the country, not all. Not all, in some parts. It's just in some parts, not everywhere. Not everywhere.

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US wholesale prices rose record 8.6% over 12 months

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 d ago

US wholesale prices rose record 8.6% over 12 months

"You're paying more for things you buy and services to you've probably noticed higher prices for food furniture cars trucks energy and other things to Americans keep buying things but the pandemic has snarled supply chains and demand is outstripping supply so get ready for a record shattering number the jump in inflation at the wholesale level this year eight point six percent over twelve months that's the biggest jump since they started calculating the twelve month change in twenty ten one expert says the broken supply chains could keep prices of items and inflation hi longer than expected I'm Rita folate

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Biden Special Envoy Warns US Must 'Prepare' for Fully Nuclear Iran

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:02 min | 2 d ago

Biden Special Envoy Warns US Must 'Prepare' for Fully Nuclear Iran

"States. Doctor oran, welcome back great to talk to you again, sir. Good to talk to you. Big story coming from the Washington free Beacon. I know that this is something that's gotten a lot of attention in Israel has gotten next to none here in the United States. Adam credo reporting yesterday that U.S. Iran envoy Robert malley, whose name is very familiar to those of us who follow these things, says that the Biden administration is preparing for, quote, a world where Iran doesn't have constraints on its nuclear program. Comments that show how little progress has been made in negotiation with Tehran regarding a return to the JCPOA the 2015 Barack Obama ran deal. Doctor Oren, I mean, if that deal had remained in place, we'd still be dealing with in Iran didn't have any constraints on its nuclear weapons program. I mean, I think that that's one thing that should be said right off the bat. That deal wasn't going to prevent Iran from creating nuclear weapons. It only it only had a ten year pause in it, maybe. And that's only if you believed Iran was complying with it. Yes, that's true. It was ultimately going to his line was ultimately going to have an unlimited nuclear program. The big difference was that while it restrained itself somewhat, and some aspects of the program, just on the nuclear enrichment, not a missile development, not on the development of advanced centrifuges, not on developer warheads, didn't do anything about any of that. But when I was going to get paid a 100 billions of dollars that it wasn't going to spend on schools and hospitals, you can believe that. I think the major thing that rob valley is saying, believe it or not is the truth and the truth that has been around for a long time. I've been talking about on these really news. And that is the United States is willing to coexist with an Iran that has threshold capacity. I mean, the ability is created a bomb within a matter of weeks, because you've been a matter of days. Among the professionals, if referred to as Japan like capabilities, there's Japan has that capability, but of course, you can't threaten to wipe anybody off the map or is not supporting financial payers. Big

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Get The Shot (MM #3858)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 d ago

Get The Shot (MM #3858)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, I find it interesting how simple words can get appropriated to something else. When I say the phrase get the shot, you know, I'm going to talk about COVID-19, right? In this case, wrong. I'm actually thinking about shingles. Reason being I've reached the age of past the age where I should have gotten the shingles vaccine. So I've been talking to my doctor, I've been talking to my pharmacist has been trying to find out, do I really need to get the shingles vaccine? I've been doing a lot of research online. You see the commercial shore, but because I once got chickenpox and by the way, I had a severe case of chickenpox at 12. I've still got the scars even on my forehead to this day. I wonder if I need to get the vaccine. Now of course I have a history in my family with shingles. My father got it bad about ten 15 years ago, and has periodic flare ups. So I fear, if I don't get the shot, what am I going to do? I think about it all the time, and I've talked to the doctor and I think want to finally get the shingles vaccine. Of course, it's not just one shot, has to be two, two to 5 months apart. When you tell people to get the shot, we're not just talking about COVID anymore, especially when you reach a certain age. That's the rough part.

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Get The Shot (MM #3858)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 d ago

Get The Shot (MM #3858)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, I find it interesting how simple words can get appropriated to something else. When I say the phrase get the shot, you know, I'm going to talk about COVID-19, right? In this case, wrong. I'm actually thinking about shingles. Reason being I've reached the age of past the age where I should have gotten the shingles vaccine. So I've been talking to my doctor, I've been talking to my pharmacist has been trying to find out, do I really need to get the shingles vaccine? I've been doing a lot of research online. You see the commercial shore, but because I once got chickenpox and by the way, I had a severe case of chickenpox at 12. I've still got the scars even on my forehead to this day. I wonder if I need to get the vaccine. Now of course I have a history in my family with shingles. My father got it bad about ten 15 years ago, and has periodic flare ups. So I fear, if I don't get the shot, what am I going to do? I think about it all the time, and I've talked to the doctor and I think want to finally get the shingles vaccine. Of course, it's not just one shot, has to be two, two to 5 months apart. When you tell people to get the shot, we're not just talking about COVID anymore, especially when you reach a certain age. That's the rough part.

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Democrats and Zuckerberg Had a Plan for Georgia, Republicans Didn't

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:05 min | 2 d ago

Democrats and Zuckerberg Had a Plan for Georgia, Republicans Didn't

"25 of the 26 cities and counties that receive the $1 million from Zuckerberg center for technology and civic life were one by Biden in 2020. The ten largest center for technology civic life grants in Georgia are the following Fulton Cobb gwinnett da cab. Clayton Douglas Cherokee won by Trump, Henry N muskeg. By mispronouncing of them, I'm sorry. I don't live in Georgia. The 9 out of ten of the biggest counties received massive money from Zuckerberg in fact Fulton county and Cobb county and gwinnett county received a combined $15 million. From the Zuckerberg center for technology and civic life for the actual administration of election. I know a lot of you are saying how on earth is this possibly legal, while the attorney general of Georgia didn't think to do anything about this? The Secretary of State Brad raffensperger was perfectly fine with this. Governor Brian Kemp signed a consent degree of Stacey Abrams that allowed the downfall of Georgia to occur. The federalists continues by saying the center for technology and civic life demanded the promotion of universal mail in voting through suspending election laws, extending deadlines that favored mail in over in person voting. I just want to reemphasize this. You have a private company or corporation or nonprofit funded with $420 million that comes in and demands the suspension of the law. Where the state legislatures this was in my opinion, one of the sneakiest, Treacher at most treacherous and deceitful actions but honestly, the state legislatures in Georgia, they did not meet in the summer of 2020 best of my knowledge about election integrity at all. The summer leading up to the election they should had a special session in July, they should have said hold on a second, we need to have a pregame meeting here. We gotta have a huddle. And this goes to show how weak incompetent and spineless the Republican Party is.

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Democrats Ensure We Rely on OPEC, Overwork Our Electrical Grid

Mark Levin

01:48 min | 3 d ago

Democrats Ensure We Rely on OPEC, Overwork Our Electrical Grid

"That in the face of inflation and economic dislocation was putting people out of the work through nonsensical mandates banning products because they use fossil fuels like certain types of automobiles And here we are energy independent and actually unilaterally ensuring that we would rely on OPEC again I predict there's more to come folks depending on how long this goes on I predict this is going to go on Unless we have a change of leadership in Washington D.C. in which case we will have brown out some blackouts As they push more and more products to use electricity and the electrical grid is incapable of handling it all These people are not good planners They're not they're not experienced in economics They're not experienced in the private sector We have relatively young marxists like AOC and even old marxists ideologues like Bernie Sanders who are pushing the agenda That's why your gas prices are going up That's why they're shortages That's why we have inflation That's why they push massive tax increases That's why we were energy independent ten months ago and we aren't today Just a matter of time

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"ten k" Discussed on Diary of a Nation

Diary of a Nation

02:43 min | 5 d ago

"ten k" Discussed on Diary of a Nation

"More of cannabis thirty milligrams or more of rohypnol all with the intent to distribute and you also pled guilty to possessing a firearm during and in relation to a drug trafficking offense and you paid a high price but today companies across the country are profiting mightily from the legal sale of cannabis. What are your thoughts. I don't think that cannabis is a harmful drug to the same extent that i think cocaine. Methamphetamines heroin pills. Are i do think that marijuana can be misused. I do think that. Without some sort of structure regulation from the government it's being used to fund criminal activities cartels organizations along those lines. There's lots of issues there. That could be alleviated. If united states citizens were allowed to grow marijuana with some regulation i mean we have the fda and we have other regulating bodies that regulate things. But i think that if we cut out the cartel side of things in legalized it. All in made sure that the ingredients in the marijuana that we're getting only to say that there's no added ingredients to marijuana. Then i think that marijuana being manufactured grown whatever's i think that's acceptable but i think that the federal government and even city state local governments aren't trying to completely eradicate this because his job security. They they wanna get the big guys a lot of maturity too. I very knowingly broke a law in so for that there's punishments associated with it and i did and should have gone to prison so as a result of your plea deal you're sentenced to one hundred and thirty eight months in prison which is an eleven point five year sentence. You served just over ten years. Nine of ten federal convictions are the result of plea bargains. And you had told me that the fed's played dirty in your case in some ways. How so. I think that they used informants. Her snitch is if you wanna call him that in ways to help and i don't wanna say set me up but help manufacturers scenarios that they could use together evidence on me in one case. The kid left the bag of drugs in my house. When i got back from the club had left so you know like he probably got better any left but.

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"ten k" Discussed on Who Invited Her?

Who Invited Her?

03:12 min | 3 months ago

"ten k" Discussed on Who Invited Her?

"This favorite films i think everybody will identify them as again. The struggle to lopsided though we don't we have some trans representation any lesbian. I can't think of o one favorite to that. I thought of that. The list bound bound with what's her name. From bride of chucky o. gina sean. Oh the new talk you genteel until we and then the other one. I was thinking if you guys have seen higher. Oh my god it is so good. We have another one on our list. That's lesbian so number. One or number one pick this one adamus pick between the three s as our number one. Pick for the best. Lgbtq film you should watch. It is the ninety. Are the two thousand six. But i'm a cheerleader with natasha. Cebrian eddie gas and the whole cast of gay actor. Yes and rupaul. Plays a straight man. This is another film. Oh this film actually films springer we review this film but it's one of the lost episodes interesting. Yeah we did. we end. Film stringer we talked about it. And then i think if i remember i okay why we all collectively chose this film as their number one. Why for you eric. I mean. I remember watching. It is like a very young gay man. I mean one. It's just cute and funny. Yeah but it's also the story of her struggle of of accepting herself in identifying herself. Which i was kind of going through at that time so i think i really related to it in those little short shorts. It'll i definitely knew. I was a gay man. Yeah i think it was just a funny movie that made light of the coming out process so that people. It's such a fucking stupid process. I wish i now know it made it funny anyway. They're at a at a gay conversion camp. Yeah forget the actresses name it's like on the tip of my tongue anti forgot to pull it up but she was in soapdish if you remember soapdish. Anybody remembers suggestions. Whoopi goldberg and sally field about the sopa out this year. Yeah so she's the one who runs the forget her name now. She's a great actress. Kathleen turner yes. That's who i kept thinking. That was wrong in. Yeah the film is just for me very campy and one of my favorite things. Natasha leone has done besides russian doll and slumps. Beverly here all natasha. Leones a fucking genius. Yeah she needs to be and way more than cleared divall to is into plays graham. The love interests yes and cheese. Yes she's done a bunch of stuff. Yeah yeah i love how it just explores like the pizza's for girls..

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"ten k" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

02:25 min | 5 months ago

"ten k" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"Tanner swint good morning northern colorado. You are listening to no co- now thirteen ten k. k. A mike morris from articles specialists that martha thought clinton special..

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"ten k" Discussed on Curtis Lake

Curtis Lake

05:06 min | 7 months ago

"ten k" Discussed on Curtis Lake

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"ten k" Discussed on Curtis Lake

Curtis Lake

05:34 min | 7 months ago

"ten k" Discussed on Curtis Lake

"The reality that their body had succumbed to this terrible affliction which become to find out later on wasn't all that terrible in terms of whether or not a person could actually live in society with other people but this is where the old testament law put them but not only did the old testament law. Put them there. This is exactly where the people of god wanted them to be. Let's be honest. The jewish people. They wanted the lepers to be outside the camp. Outside of the village they wanted them living beyond the margins of society. That's what they wanted. And you know what you and i. We want exactly the same thing. Think about who you don't want moving into your neighborhood. Think about who you don't want living in your home. Think about who you don't want to spend your time with like we want to maintain a comfortable distance between us and those living under some affliction that we might consider to be like the leprosy of jesus day. What do they do. They cried out for compassion. Jesus master have mercy on us. It says they raised their voices. Instead of yelling out unclean unclean. They are beside themselves and bragging and crying out for jesus to cleanse them to have mercy on them. And i love again just like what. Luke is bringing out of the story. Jesus have mercy on us. What does that mean well. It's not the it's not the kind of have mercy that we talk about with uncle jesse. Whenever he saw pretty woman. Some of you will get that right. It's not that kind of have mercy. It's not even the kind of have mercy that you and i are most often probably given to. Which is just simply having mercy mercy. The i just simply possess no actually characterizes some outward movement and action. It's not just a matter of having compassion or having pity or having mercy right not this possession of such things but it is a demonstration of mercy. What they were looking for. Jesus to do was not just simply. Hey could you feel bad about the condition we find ourselves. And that's not what they were crying out for when they have mercy on us snow they were crying out for jesus to show them mercy and jesus did that by demonstrating the power of god now. Of course jesus and his quirky little way says go show yourself to the priests.

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"ten k" Discussed on Curtis Lake

Curtis Lake

03:18 min | 7 months ago

"ten k" Discussed on Curtis Lake

"An adjective to describe the current condition that they were in. He says that jesus came upon ten leprous men bow. You say who cares. There's a big difference isn't there. There's a big difference between me seeing another person as a leper and me seeing that person as a leprous man or a leprous woman. There's a difference between my seeing that person as a drunkard and seeing that person as a man or a woman who's afflicted the problem of alcohol the difference between me seeing that person as a drug addict a junkie who cares about a junkie right. Who cares about somebody. That can't even make good enough decisions for themselves. Not stick needles in their arms or to live high all day every day. It's entirely different for me to see that person. As as a woman as a child of god somebody that god loves somebody who bears the image of god and yet. Has this obviously very identifying. About which you and i would have the tendency to be repulsed by to run away from but if we are part of the kingdom of god it. Is that person that we should be running to the vikas. Thirteen verse forty five and forty six again bringing out the permission that the israelites had to disregard those with leprosy. It says this is the prescription for that person who has been declared unclean the leprous person who has the disease they shall wear torn clothes and they shall let the hair of their head hang loose and he shall cover his upper lip and cry out from a distance. Unclean that is that they had to take on the physical aspects of what it meant to be an unclean person and so that there wasn't a clean person who might accidentally approach too closely. They had to constantly cry out unclean. Don't come near me. And it says he shall remain unclean. As long as he has the disease he is unclean. He shall live alone and his dwelling shelby outside the camp. And isn't this exactly. How luke describes the lepers as they come to jesus. They weren't like that leprous man earlier on in luke that fell at the feet of jesus. Jesus touched these instead. It said that they stood at a distance. They lived on the margins or outside of the margins of society. They had to bear the appearance to make it obvious what they were who they were. They were not a man they were not a woman were a leper battle cry out and confess.

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"ten k" Discussed on Curtis Lake

Curtis Lake

03:11 min | 7 months ago

"ten k" Discussed on Curtis Lake

"I don't have to care about people living within the boundaries of sanford maine whereas my home right and you can consider whatever town you're in if you're in the berwickshire and wells alfred or and springvale or an act wherever you may find yourself like what you have to care about. Are the people that you are most in association with and you can forget about everybody else. That's how we live right. Am i right okay. It's wanna make sure where they that's just that's how we live. The large part of our life is why because the starving person around the world. They don't affect me. They have literally no effect on my life whatsoever nor does the person who is starving in a neighborhood a few streets down from where i live. But if i am going to be a part of god's kingdom that mentality has to change it has to. I cannot consider myself to be a part of god's kingdom while at the same time i am indifferent toward what is the experience of others. That are outside of my circle. God's kingdom requires that. I care about those. I didn't care about before it. Not so with the jews right. If you read leviticus thirteen and fourteen you're going to find these just incredible wonderful reading. Go ahead and real when you get home right all these rules and regulations about how to deal with the lepers leviticus. Thirteen three says when the priests has examined him. That is this person who was manifesting. Such spots that are ultimately diagnosed as leprosy. It says he shall pronounce him on clean. He shall pronounce him unclean. Now all of a sudden this person who was a part of an integrated within society has now been declared as something other than a valued member of that society. But you know what. Luke does when he tells his story here and the reason why i use the esp version for our texts. This morning is because most other versions failed to actually bring out. What i think is an important way. That luke describes these ten man. He says that jesus came upon this village. He was suddenly confronted by ten men. Most of your bible translations will say that. Jesus encountered ten watt lepers. Right that is that they are cast off as lepers and it's almost as if they're humanity is then therefore forgotten or ignored but luke doesn't call them lepers luke who we regard as the physician right dr luke luke who was very concerned about the physical wellbeing of other people. Luke regards them as men..

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"ten k" Discussed on Curtis Lake

Curtis Lake

03:21 min | 7 months ago

"ten k" Discussed on Curtis Lake

"To be a part of that kingdom that those people have to start caring about people that they didn't care about before now. This is a story about men with leprosy right and one thing that the jews had was or what they felt. They had was permission to forget about the lepers. They were in their religious institution actually granted the permission to put out or to put aside those who were diagnosed with this condition of leprosy and by putting those people out of sight they were then out of mind one of the things that we have to learn those of us that wants to be a part of god's kingdom that want to be a part of advancing. God's kingdom is the importance of caring about those that maybe we didn't care about before see. Here's what here's what we tend to do. What we tend to do is we tend to put out of sight out of mind those that we don't want to care about. We spend most of our time worrying about ourselves right carrying about ourselves. In fact. I imagine that there are days at a time. They can go by where there is little care that we have for anyone or anything else. But our cells. Now when i say ourselves i don't mean just you as an individual i mean you and the people that are close to you right my carrying about myself encompasses caring about my wife carrying about my children right people that i see every day caring about the people that i work with people that i consider to be friends right those people that are a part of my life my circle. Those are the people that i tend to care about what i what i don't think about. Most of the time are the people that i don't have to care about the reality is. I don't have to care about people who are starving across the world. I don't know their names. I don't know where they live. i don't know. I am not encumbered by their distress. And what is their current experience. I don't worry about people that are dying literally dying of thirst because they either don't have access to clean water or their water is such that it is just undrinkable and probably worse off for drinking it and not drinking it. I don't have to care about those people. I don't care about people that are in prison prison in the last couple of days. They're out there. I don't have to care about them. You don't have to care about that..

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"ten k" Discussed on Curtis Lake

Curtis Lake

03:02 min | 7 months ago

"ten k" Discussed on Curtis Lake

"We'd be free to come to the temple and to experience the outer of that temple walk in through the door into kind of that general assembly area. Much like what maybe our foyer would consider to be. But at some point as we got closer and closer to the inner sanctum of the temple. We start to see a sign and the sign would say no strangers that same word that jesus uses to describe the samaritan it said no strangers this point under the penalty of death. The jewish people actually had the authority and the autonomy granted to them by rome to guard and preserve this part of the temple. That was for them for them alone. They were actually allowed to carry out the execution of those who would violate trespass that boundary. And so that's where you see this word up. It is a word that is what we considered to be almost like a slur to describe somebody else. The foreigner the stranger what jesus says about this about this man is how remarkable it is first of all that only one out of the ten returned right but also remarkable that he was not part of the religious institution. He was that outsider. He was that foreigner. He was that one that for all practical purposes was excluded from the highest level of experience with god at least how the jews considered other people and so what the story is about. And the reason why luke interjects this story as he is talking about the arrival of god's kingdom through jesus is that this story is about embracing the stranger. It's about embracing the stranger. It's about breaking down the walls where we start seeing people for who they really are and we stop seeing or ignoring people for who they are. The story is about embracing the stranger as you see jesus ushering in his kingdom bringing in this kingdom now in the kingdom to come kind of mentality into his teaching. There's this lesson that surfaces again and again and that is that god's kingdom requires those who would.

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"ten k" Discussed on Curtis Lake

Curtis Lake

02:30 min | 7 months ago

"ten k" Discussed on Curtis Lake

"Has made you well now. There are all kinds of angles that could approach the story with a oftentimes. If you hear. Such passage being preached on a big lesson. That comes out of this is the lesson of ingratitude right. And it's immediately obvious that there's a difference between this one man who after being healed by jesus returns to thank jesus and to thank god for that healing and the other nine who did presumably what jesus had told them to do which was to go and show themselves to the priests and in doing that. We could look at like. Are the reasons for why these nine didn't return to jesus like the one. Did the reality is. We don't know we don't know we can make all kinds of speculations about why one return and the other didn't we can make comparisons between the thankfulness and the gratitude of the one versus the nine. And i'm sure that we can immediately identify and understand that because we've experienced that we've experienced what it's like to do something nice for somebody and that person to either return gratitude and how that feels or worse not show gratitude and how that feels right so certainly there is the lesson of the importance of showing gratitude when somebody has done hugh a particular kindness but i think that this story is spoken of by luke and if you kinda read what's before it if you read what's after it seems a little out of place it's kind of just this weird to me sort of by itself. You know this. This jesus is kind of teaching on some strange things before this afterwards. He's going into the coming of the kingdom and ultimately the physical return of jesus and what that's going to look like when his kingdom comes in its full power but then sandwiched in between all this stuff. Is the story of jesus healing the ten lepers and i think we have to understand or at least appreciate a little bit the perspective that luke is coming from as he tells such stories now. Luke certainly like the other gospel. Writers doesn't tell us every single last thing about jesus.

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"ten k" Discussed on Curtis Lake

Curtis Lake

05:48 min | 7 months ago

"ten k" Discussed on Curtis Lake

"Jesus commending the actions of such a person. Luke chapter seventeen verse eleven through nineteen. Read it together. While jesus was on the way to jerusalem he was passing between samaria. Which of course was the home to the samaritans. so he's passing between samaria and galilee and as he entered a village. Ten men with leprosy stood who stood at a distance. Okay so jesus is and again. We're really accelerating here toward the end of jesus's life and ministry. We are just around the corner from the triumphal entry where jesus actually comes into jerusalem and lives out what we will call the passion week or holy week like we're getting ready to celebrate as we approach easter and so as jesus is making his way toward jerusalem for that one final time he's passing through samaria and galilee and suddenly is confronted with ten men who had leprosy and it says they stood at a distance to meet him and they raised their voices saying jesus master have mercy on us and when jesus saw them he said to them. Go and show yourselves to the priests and as luke says here as they were going they were cleanse now. This is a very interesting kind of interaction that jesus has with these lepers men because the interaction seems to be so minimal. You go back into an earlier. Part of luke you'll find. Jesus encountering another man who had leprosy but that occasion was far different from this one on that occasion. This man broke all the social barriers that he was supposed to fall all the conventions of society that we're supposed to be obeyed and he came and fell down at the feet of jesus any appeal to him and he said jesus. If you are willing you will make me clean. And then jesus countering that man's willingness to step over cross over the boundaries of social convention. Jesus himself steps over the boundaries. The bible tells us that he reached his hand down. Touched the man with leprosy and he healed him now. If you know anything about the way leprosy was treated and kind of get into this. Is we go on but lepers were considered to be outcasts of society. Once they were determined to have leprosy they were moved out of their homes out of the villages out on the outskirts where they had to live alone. It was like the first quarantine that people exist experienced many many many years ago but this quarantine lasted not for fourteen days right now for ten days after you've had three successful tests that you don't have covid nineteen but forever for as long as that. Lepers condition existed within their body. They were outcasts living on or outside the margins of society but this man came to jesus and he fell at his feet and jesus touched him. Unhealed him here. These ten lepers. They're they're a little more obedient to the social customs of the day. Right they're standing afar off and they're yelling out to jesus master have mercy on us. Jesus doesn't say have mercy on.

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"ten k" Discussed on Criminal

Criminal

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"ten k" Discussed on Criminal

"We know now that they were following us for about a month. . Cry To our we did. . Notice strange things happening. . But when you're working underground you are. . For most of the time, , you're a bit paranoid you. . You kind of imagine that everyone is looking at you knows what you're doing. . And looking back off to the arrest. . We realized that they were following us for quite a while. . In Nineteen Seventy, , eight, , twenty, , nine year, , old Tim Jenkin was active in the political efforts of South Africa's anti-apartheid movement. . The country had been operating under apartheid for thirty years. . A system that institutionalized racial segregation. . The word apartheid means a partner. . and. . The government was controlled by white minority. . Tim Jenkin White. . He grew up in Cape Town. . So I grew up under the situation with everything was divided. . So. . spatially, , cities and towns divided the white areas. . Black areas. . So we went to white schools. . Were black schools in black areas. . Everything was separated even buildings had separate lifts for White People. . For Black People. . Talk said benches, , white people and black people and certain beaches with designated for black. People. . . Most of the beaches with what people So. . I just accepted eight. . Because I didn't know any better I just assumed that the way things were. . And then. . Maneuver Twenty one years old the to the K.. . He says, everyone , he met their asked him what he thought about the fact that he lived in a country that was so racially segregated. . He says he was actually confused. . But then he started seeing programs on TV. . Shows that would never have been broadcast in South Africa about the consequences of apartheid and at first I, , didn't believe these <hes>. . These films that I was seeing. . I thought it was all propaganda. . After awhile, , and after reading books that I couldn't obtain in South Africa. . I began to realize the started thing is something quite terrible. . I'd be living. . Positive it. . Really maintaining it in the sense and not understanding. . What's Black South Africans? ? was suffering. . He, , returned to South Africa, , and started studying sociology at the University of Cape Town. . There, , he became friends with another white student named. . Stephen Lee. . And started cheering books that he had brought back from the UK. . anti-apartheid. . Books and political histories that were censored in South Africa. . At. . This time the most prominent anti-apartheid organization was the African National Congress also known as the ANC. . Nelson Mandela was a member of the ANC. . By the nineteen seventies, , the organization was banned in South Africa that had been declared unlawful. . Seen by the White Minority Threat to. . Public. Order. . . They operated underground and Tim and Stephen had heard that if you wanted to get involved, , you could try contacting their office in. . London. . So the two of US traveled to the. . UK. . and. . Simply went and knocked on the door. . and. . It was quite an amusing. . Incident. because. . . The <HES> person who received US Said please just sit down there and you'll be wasted. . Then he went into his office and type something on a piece of paper. . The piece of paper said. . You should not come here. . Please meet me at the cafe around the corner in half an hour. . So that's what we did. . Tim and Stephen met with members of the ANC several times. . And they asked to be put to work back home in south? ? Africa, , the said Okay you can go back and sit up your print shop. . And we'd need to teach you various things like security matters, , how to conduct yourself in the underground. . And showed us a few other. . Innovative. . Devices for for distributing leaflets and information one of these was. . The is the leaflet bomb. . It's not really a bomb. . It was really just. . Kind of exploding device. . That would kill. . Hundreds of leaflets up into the air, , and then they would rain down on a crowd target crowd somewhere. . So we went back to South Africa. . With this knowledge. . And set up shop. .

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"ten k" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"ten k" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"To get back to you. I said it's better to get back to you on that. But that's what it means. If you've had a sex dream with with someone you dislike and same way. If you get your power back having sex with your boss. It means you're not doesn't really mean you want to have sex with your boss. It maybe means that you're just trying to feel comfortable with the power dynamics something shipped shifted. So that's why I just thought I would do a little research for people. I had no idea more of that the sex. Yes. Well, doing adding sex with an x what does that mean? What's the dream? If it's a recent acts if you've had sex dreams about him. It means you're not over that person yet ten K, and if it's an ex from years ago, it doesn't mean you want them back. It could mean that you just have something that didn't work out new trying to revisit dream. And if it's like somebody that you saw because you saw them at a reunion. Maybe they were you're like I love lay. Then you might be dreaming about that person. Because the relationship in right now is everything that you're kind of missing 'cause I love sex dreams kind of our. That's the ideal. That's think everything is perfect. So anyway, so if you're dreaming about like, a I love situation, you're with somebody right now might be your current relationship is in a bed of dry.

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"ten k" Discussed on Nerdificent

Nerdificent

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"ten k" Discussed on Nerdificent

"Ooh, illustration or self described low brow. Art, some artists have classical art design training, while others are self taught. And being that describes both of you if I'm not correct little bit. Yeah. I mean, not the low brow art realize the timing in which I said that we'd love low brower. I'm that. Yeah. It's funny because when designer toys obviously, coming from an artist right in our says, a vision for something they created they want this three D version of in vinyl, and so that's going to change per artist. So there there's artists that no the whole adobe creative suite in there like putting stuff in vector and really doing it up for their sculptor to make. And then sometimes there's a dude that has a on a napkin sharpie napkin thing and he's like make this a toy for me make toys, right? And they do it a. Wow. So that's pretty fun to see how things get translated. Because you could be that guy. That's just nitpicking in like, it has to be no the hand is the wrong angle. That's me by. It took me over f. What I was going to jump off twos. I remember when you're show me every step that you took for deaf Jaguar which will take a second to describe what is death Jaguar for the people listening. So for for the toy that I'd put out first of all in the history of of just people making toys because another facet of of artists created designer toys, resin toys, which are things that people can make it home because they could do a silicone sculpt make something sculpt something out of clay, or monster clay, and then create a sculptor to poor resonant. Tune and they can make their toys that way. A lot of a collector toys are done that way. But the ones from the sixties and seventies, we're all broadcast and vinyl. And so that's kind of the thing that everyone collects vintage old and everyone wants vinyl toy. And when you don't have the means for it, you often do resin. So I really wanted to do vinyl the startup costs for any toys always ballpark. Around ten K. And so at that point there's so many people that before Kickstarter in crowdfunding sources, they would go in they'd dropped ten k they get them old yet. They they'd wait. Whoever knows how long because Japanese production can take three four plus years 'cause you're waiting in. This line of very limited factories that can make molds for you..

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"ten k" Discussed on FoodStuff

FoodStuff

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"ten k" Discussed on FoodStuff

"Hello and welcome to food steph i'm any and i'm laurin both bomb and we're we're talking about hot dogs you guys we made twelve pages of an outline about hot dogs yeah it's it was unexpected and delightful lauren and our like what's a what's shorter topic we could tackle for for the fourth of july here in the us avai and well it turns out hotdogs was not a short topic at all and we should have known better every time we say that it's yeah yeah we have not successfully picked to short topic yet but yes the fourth of july as we record this is approaching in the us this is our independence day which means running a race so that's right yeah the peachtree peachtree road marathon is it a full near the you know it's not but i thought it was for years and that's why didn't participate for many years because it's summer it's really hot yeah like i don't want to be running a marathon in what ninety plus degree humid weather it's just a it's a ten k o the world's largest in k oh gracious yes but hot dogs are big part of most people's fourth of july celebrations yes yes and out to local hotdog vendor doggy dog who let us film with them once our long lost food stuff promo video oh some one of these days we really will get a copy of that out where you guys can see it yeah because otherwise people are going to believe they're not going to believe we ever made one i mean you know i think that some things are okay relegated to the halls of myth foodstuff myth yeah also a hot dog has been in the news lately it has a single hot dog just wanna just the one you probably have seen some some stories because it caused quite a fussell a couple of weeks ago at a baseball game a hotdog fired from a hotdog cannon we have those in the states operated by the philly fanatic and yes that is that big green monster i mean maybe monster shrewd i don't know what it is this hotdog hit a woman in the face gave her a black guy and the headlines were like hotdog injury are philly's fan injured by phonetics flying hot dog it did happen it did happen i think it was wrapped in duct tape it was i guess that's how you fire hot dogs from hotdog cannons but then do you eat them i'm not sure it's there are many questions she the woman who got hit was fine and she was pretty she's not suing or anything oh she was very nice nice i mean she she kind of laughed at the whole incident also before we move on into our our what is it portion never forget hotdogs and aspic oh hot dogs and aspic we're like loosely planning making one of these and trying it but we'll let you know how that goes absolutely yes there will be photographic evidence of one kind or another absolutely but in the meanwhile hotdogs what are they that is a great question and i'll answer it for you hot dog is a tube of fine ground meat usually beef or beef and pork seasoned with stuff like coriander mu seed pepper nutmeg clove paprika garlic sugar and salt usually cured sometimes smoked precooked before sale or use the meat and seasonings may be contained by a natural or artificial sausage casing but modern hot.

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"ten k" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"ten k" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"But also see can finish strong i mean there are a lot of more more people than not i think the there have been a number of state statistics out there were reports from different races an even platforms straw that have shown most people run the second half of a marathon slower first the majority the majority of people do so you can be in that minority of people who were patient early on in our you know are really building momentum the last ten k or even maintaining momentum the last ten k you're probably going to pass a lotta people in that does some good things for you psychologically um in your mind like okay i'm you know i'm stronger than these folks right now i'm going to keep it going for another mile and then another mile and that can bring you bring it closer to your goal so yeah whenever possible just trying to spread things out as evenly as possible or even during the second half a little bit faster um but also you know depending on on the race in the course i mean some courses the second half is just far more difficult than uh than that first half which from a pacing perspective it might be just impossible to maintain that same pace if there's just a lot more elevation gain the second half but you can you know the same principles apply in terms of effort um and how you spread it out throughout anxious that you're you know even if you're slowing down because the course just doesn't allow you to run fast you still you know you're still building momentum um and you're still you know increasing our effort not holding on toward the end so i mean a lot of that stuff is very course dependent but yet in general you know i i tell my athletes we want to be building momentum from the start to the finish not gone the other way where it's like were hanging on the last by care ten k um and just and hoping you know hope is not a great strategy hoping hoping that we could make contain our pace we want to know that we can either maintain or pace or even finished out a little bit stronger.

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"ten k" Discussed on Froning and Friends

Froning and Friends

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"ten k" Discussed on Froning and Friends

"Mmm iin i had a working you know if i wanted to win i had it in own ironman item make my move ten k out right so part is is that we recognize that are we developing the entire spectrum of fibres and are you leaving those slow twitch fibers that capacity massive and if you don't train it don't expect it to actually function well how many times a week you think you should train that long slowed not long slow distance but the the higher end time domains up so i think that like specially now if you're li you should be building up that capacity of those fibres and what i'm talking about is is slow way down and and focus on on time um so i don't like the idea even if you're running right now to go out and pressures self for the watch go out and do a workout and let's to say it's on the track i'm gonna run of four hundred or moderate pace you define moderate no watch and then what i want you to do as a nice easy jog around the track and then do another moderate run and take the tension away from from the stop watch and just build capacity right and the focus though is on the recovery side um long slow aerobic slow twitch fibers because those of the fibers that are the fibres going to be used to clear your fatigue those aerobic slow twitch fibres are the ones.

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