35 Burst results for "Ten M"

No. 2 Purdue uses scoring combination to KO Seminoles 93-65

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 d ago

No. 2 Purdue uses scoring combination to KO Seminoles 93-65

"Purdue Purdue out out shot shot and and out out rebounded rebounded Florida Florida state state in in a a ninety ninety three three sixty sixty five five win win the the second second ranked ranked Boilermakers Boilermakers said said fifty fifty nine nine percent percent of of their their shots shots and and held held the the thirty thirty six six to to twenty twenty five five rebounding rebounding advantage advantage five five Purdue Purdue players players were were in in double double figures figures led led by by Jaden Jaden ivy ivy with with eighteen eighteen points points we we take take you you know know what what the the coaches coaches say say and and we we you you know know we we just just buy buy and and and and then then when when the the game game comes comes you you know know we're we're we're we're ready ready we're we're executing executing it it perfectly perfectly and and you you know know if if we we just just keep keep doing doing that that I I think think we we can can be be a a really really good good team team led led by by sixteen sixteen at at halftime halftime then then put put the the game game out out of of reach reach in in the the second second half half the the Boilermakers Boilermakers are are now now seven seven oh oh heading heading into into their their big big ten ten opener opener the the Seminoles Seminoles now now five five and and two two got got twenty twenty two two points points from from Caleb Caleb mills mills Tom Tom McCabe McCabe west west Lafayette Lafayette Indiana Indiana

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Nets edge Knicks 112-110 on James Johnson's free throws

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 d ago

Nets edge Knicks 112-110 on James Johnson's free throws

"The the Brooklyn Brooklyn nets nets one one intense intense interest interest city city rivalry rivalry game game from from the the New New York York Knicks Knicks one one twelve twelve one one ten ten at at the the Barclay Barclay center center James James Johnson Johnson two two free free throws throws with with two two point point two two seconds seconds remaining remaining stop stop the the one one ten ten one one ten ten tie tie to to repel repel the the nets nets to to their their thirteenth thirteenth win win in in their their last last sixteen sixteen games games James James harden harden scored scored thirty thirty four four points points twenty twenty eight eight in in the the first first half half to to lead lead Brooklyn Brooklyn Kevin Kevin Durant Durant picked picked up up for for hard hard in in the the second second half half scoring scoring twenty twenty one one of of his his twenty twenty seven seven points points including including eleven eleven in in the the final final six six minutes minutes of of play play that that included included a a free free throw throw in in a a controversial controversial technical technical foul foul on on the the next next joyous joyous rental rental in in the the final final two two minutes minutes Tom Tom Marion Marion New New York York

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Families turn down Travis Scott offer to pay for funerals

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 d ago

Families turn down Travis Scott offer to pay for funerals

"The the families families of of some some of of the the victims victims of of the the astro astro world world music music festival festival of of turning turning down down a a gesture gesture from from the the headline headline of of that that event event thanks thanks but but no no thanks thanks some some of of the the families families of of the the ten ten people people who who were were killed killed in in the the crowd crowd surge surge at at astroworld astroworld have have rejected rejected an an offer offer by by Travis Travis Scott Scott to to pay pay for for the the funerals funerals of of their their loved loved ones ones attorneys attorneys for for the the family family say say that that they they got got a a letter letter from from Scott's Scott's attorney attorney who who formally formally made made the the offer offer that that the the rapper rapper made made soon soon after after the the tragedy tragedy the the lawyer lawyer for for the the family family of of the the youngest youngest victim victim says says while while he he believes believes Scott Scott feels feels remorse remorse he he must must bear bear responsibility responsibility for for what what happened happened the the rapper rapper has has a a history history of of whipping whipping fans fans into into a a frenzy frenzy at at his his shows shows a a lawyer lawyer for for another another victim victim was was harsher harsher saying saying scraps scraps offers offers just just a a publicity publicity stunt stunt and and only only makes makes things things worse worse for for the the families families I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel

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Michigan moves into top 4 of CFP rankings; coachless Irish 6

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 d ago

Michigan moves into top 4 of CFP rankings; coachless Irish 6

"The the latest latest CFP CFP rankings rankings still still have have Georgia Georgia on on top top now now followed followed by by Michigan Michigan Alabama Alabama in in Cincinnati Cincinnati the the Crimson Crimson Tide Tide will will take take on on the the Bulldogs Bulldogs in in the the SEC SEC championship championship game game on on Saturday Saturday Michigan Michigan goes goes against against Iowa Iowa for for the the big big ten ten crown crown and and Cincinnati Cincinnati will will host host Houston Houston in in the the AAC AAC title title game game the the Wolverines Wolverines moved moved up up with with Saturday's Saturday's forty forty two two twenty twenty seven seven win win over over Ohio Ohio state state dropping dropping the the Buckeyes Buckeyes from from the the top top four four Oklahoma Oklahoma state state will will be be fifth fifth going going into into its its big big twelve twelve championship championship game game against against Baylor Baylor Notre Notre Dame Dame is is now now six six followed followed by by Ohio Ohio state state Mississippi Mississippi Baylor Baylor in in Oregon Oregon I'm I'm the the ferry ferry

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Lisa and Nancy From Naples Help Mike Gallagher Lead Against Hugh Hewitt

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:38 min | 1 d ago

Lisa and Nancy From Naples Help Mike Gallagher Lead Against Hugh Hewitt

"What if we offered a trip to South Carolina to a donor who would like to step up and make a huge donation to our prison fellowship ministry? For ten to that for $10,000, you and three of your family or friends will fly you to South Carolina will put you up in one of these beautiful box seats. You'll have your own private box. You'll see Annie. You'll see my performances Oliver warbucks will put you up in a beautiful hotel probably with a Weston point set in downtown. I'll take you to dinner. And it'll be a great VIP experience for you for your tax deductible donation of $10,000. And there are people who have a blessed life and God has been good to and they are able to do that. And I put it out there for a couple of days. Nobody really took the invitation. Then we got an email. From a lady in Naples, Florida. And she is in. $10,000. And when she was talking with Joey Hudson about and Tom triad up from our team, she decided to double the donation. It's 20,000. She wasn't sure if she and her family could make it. Now it looks like they will be. So, to Lisa and Nancy of Naples, Florida, I am overwhelmed by your generosity. I'm grateful, and as I look at the totals yesterday, Hewitt's catch it up on me. Now, the 20,000 is going to widen the lead.

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Washington beats Wilson, Seahawks 17-15 for 3rd win in a row

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 d ago

Washington beats Wilson, Seahawks 17-15 for 3rd win in a row

"JD JD McKissic McKissic scored scored twice twice while while Taylor Taylor Heinicke Heinicke threw threw for for two two hundred hundred twenty twenty three three yards yards and and a a score score as as the the Washington Washington football football team team won won their their third third straight straight with with the the seventeen seventeen fifteen fifteen win win over over the the Seahawks Seahawks make make kids kids a a college college ten ten yard yard touchdown touchdown pass pass in in the the also also on on a a ten ten yard yard touchdown touchdown run run the the football football team team improved improved to to five five and and six six and and is is now now in in the the NFC NFC playoff playoff picture picture Heinecke Heinecke says says it's it's been been a a collective collective effort effort I I really really starts starts those those guys guys up up front front offensively offensively office office of of line line if if they they don't don't get get a a lot lot of of credit credit but but let's let's let let these these last last three three weeks weeks have have been been phenomenal phenomenal Russell Russell Wilson Wilson led led the the Seahawks Seahawks on on a a ninety ninety six six yard yard drive drive late late hitting hitting Freddie Freddie Swain Swain with with a a thirty thirty two two yard yard touchdown touchdown pass pass but but Wilson's Wilson's two two point point conversion conversion pass pass was was intercepted intercepted by by Kendall Kendall fuller fuller Greg Greg heist heist Landover Landover Maryland Maryland

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Backlund lifts Flames past Penguins in 7-round shootout

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 d ago

Backlund lifts Flames past Penguins in 7-round shootout

"The the flames flames squandered squandered a a third third period period lead lead before before Mikael Mikael Backlund Backlund scored scored in in the the seventh seventh round round of of a a shootout shootout giving giving Calgary Calgary a a two two one one victory victory against against the the penguins penguins I I just just checked checked over over before before kennel kennel where where is is the the leading leading cause cause and and and and I I try try to to move move in in practice practice and and score score Marquesa Marquesa figure figure this this call call market market conditions conditions in in this this case case Jacob Jacob Markstrom Markstrom sealed sealed the the victory victory by by stopping stopping Brock Brock McGinn McGinn on on Pittsburgh's Pittsburgh's final final shoot shoot at at a a tent tent Milan Milan Luch Luch traded traded regulation regulation goals goals with with Jake Jake cancel cancel Luci Luci chop chop in in the the scoring scoring and and cancel cancel tied tied it it with with about about seven seven and and a a half half minutes minutes left left in in regulation regulation the the flames flames are are now now six six one one and and two two in in their their last last nine nine games games Pittsburgh Pittsburgh fell fell to to ten ten foreign foreign for for overall overall I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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McCann, Appleton each score twice, Kraken beat Sabres 7-4

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00:39 sec | 2 d ago

McCann, Appleton each score twice, Kraken beat Sabres 7-4

"The the expansion expansion crack crack and and have have set set a a season season high high for for goals goals in in the the game game Jared Jared McCann McCann and and Mason Mason Appleton Appleton each each scored scored twice twice in in Seattle Seattle netted netted its its first first two two short short handed handed goals goals of of the the season season in in a a seven seven four four win win at at buffalo buffalo Appleton Appleton says says they they continue continue to to score score gritty gritty goals goals if if your your offense offense obviously obviously there's there's pretty pretty goals goals to to be be had had but but you you know know let's let's count count the the same same as as the the the the gritty gritty one one so so you you know know our our tickets tickets were were a a lot lot of of goals goals that that way way and and we we showed showed that that tonight tonight branded branded ten ten have have had had a a goal goal and and two two assists assists for for Seattle Seattle which which scored scored short short handed handed goals goals are are miscues miscues by by Rasmus Rasmus Dahlin Dahlin Yanni Yanni Gordon Gordon tentative tentative lit lit the the lamp lamp while while the the cracking cracking were were killing killing penalties penalties Seattle Seattle has has won won four four of of its its last last five five games games Jeff Jeff Skinner Skinner tallied tallied twice twice for for the the sabers sabers I'm I'm the the ferry ferry

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Biden vaccine rule for health workers blocked in 10 states

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 2 d ago

Biden vaccine rule for health workers blocked in 10 states

"A a week week before before the the deadline deadline for for mandatory mandatory vaccines vaccines of of federal federal judges judges blocked blocked the the bike bike did did ministration ministration from from requiring requiring millions millions of of health health care care workers workers to to get get coded coded shots shots ten ten state state to to challenge challenge the the president's president's healthcare healthcare worker worker vaccine vaccine mandate mandate affecting affecting millions millions of of workers workers in in seventy seventy six six thousand thousand facilities facilities like like nursing nursing homes homes and and home home care care agencies agencies that that receive receive funding funding from from Medicare Medicare or or Medicaid Medicaid the the ten ten states states led led mostly mostly by by Republicans Republicans were were granted granted a a preliminary preliminary injunction injunction by by a a federal federal judge judge in in St St Louis Louis who who said said the the centers centers for for Medicare Medicare and and Medicaid Medicaid had had no no clear clear authority authority from from Congress Congress to to enact enact a a vaccine vaccine mandate mandate and and was was overstepping overstepping its its power power Missouri's Missouri's Attorney Attorney General General spearheaded spearheaded the the lawsuit lawsuit and and accuses accuses the the administration administration of of using using the the corona corona virus virus as as a a tool tool for for control control over over people people another another Cordy Cordy placed placed a a freeze freeze on on another another administration administration rule rule that that would would require require businesses businesses with with more more than than a a hundred hundred workers workers to to either either mandate mandate vaccines vaccines or or conduct conduct weekly weekly testing testing I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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South African Doctor Says Omicron Variant Symptoms Are 'Very Mild'

Mark Levin

01:47 min | 2 d ago

South African Doctor Says Omicron Variant Symptoms Are 'Very Mild'

"Meanwhile I'm looking at this This is from Reuters Not particularly reputable but nonetheless Reuters Johannesburg that would be South Africa A South African Doctor Who was one of the first to suspect a different coronavirus strain among patients said yesterday that the symptoms are different from the dominant delta variant and are very mild Very mild They're very mild Now designated Akron by the World Health Organization the variant was detected and announced by South Africa's National Institute of communicable diseases On November 25th from samples taken from a Labrador editorial from November 14th in November 16 The doctor said a patient on November 18 reported at her clinic being extremely fatigued for two days with body aches and a headache Symptoms at that stage were very much related to normal viral infection and because we haven't seen COVID-19 for the past 8 to ten weeks We decided to test she said adding that the patient and his family turned out to be positive The same day more patients came up with similar symptoms which was when she realized there was something else going on since then she sent two to three patients a day How many patients does Doctor Fauci see mister producer None I don't see any I'm too busy I'm mister science I defend science

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Nick Searcy Compares the Trump Presidency Versus Biden Regime

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:26 min | 2 d ago

Nick Searcy Compares the Trump Presidency Versus Biden Regime

"Let's talk about what we have witnessed in the last ten months. What we have seen in the transition from the Trump administration to the current Biden, I prefer to call it regime. You've been around a fair few years, you've been around the block here of a certain age. Did you ever think it would be this bad this fast? I would say yes. I kind of, you know, I knew when the events of the election happened the way they happened. I knew it was going to get bad fast because I knew that the people behind the Joe Biden administration you know, they're not Joe Biden. It's kind of a cabal behind him that's putting origin his mouth and telling him what to do. And I knew that they were going to move as fast as they possibly could to destroy as much of the country as they could get done before any backlash happens because that's what Lyft has always do whenever they get both houses and they get the presidency. They move the ball down the field as far as they can. Without any mercy whatsoever. And then when the Republicans, you know, get back the house, we may be take back 5, 6, 7 yards, and then they get it again and move it even further down the field. So I kind of figured when Joe Biden was installed that this was going to get really bad really

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Ravens overcome Jackson's 4 INTs, beat Browns 16-10

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 d ago

Ravens overcome Jackson's 4 INTs, beat Browns 16-10

"Mark mark Jackson Jackson threw threw four four interceptions interceptions but but made made the the plays plays down down the the stretch stretch when when he he needed needed to to as as the the ravens ravens beat beat the the Browns Browns sixteen sixteen to to ten ten Jackson Jackson threw threw a a thirteen thirteen yard yard touchdown touchdown pass pass to to tight tight end end mark mark Andrews Andrews in in the the third third quarter quarter and and then then led led an an eleven eleven play play drive drive in in the the fourth fourth quarter quarter which which led led to to Justin Justin Tucker's Tucker's third third field field goal goal of of the the game game it's it's hard hard to to visit visit you you know know we we really really want want to to talk talk business business but but we we just just know know we we fake fake fight fight overseas overseas we we do do it it all all you you know know it's it's been been a a lot lot going going on on throughout throughout the the whole whole season season and and tonight tonight was was another another part part of of it it he's he's got got to to keep keep doing doing we're we're doing doing bigger bigger Mayfield Mayfield threw threw for for two two hundred hundred forty forty seven seven yards yards and and a a touchdown touchdown but but the the Browns Browns who who came came in in leading leading the the league league in in rushing rushing managed managed just just forty forty yards yards Craig Craig heist heist Baltimore Baltimore

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 2 d ago

Update on the latest sports

"AP AP sports sports on on time time Merriam Merriam shuffling shuffling atop atop the the AFC AFC standings standings after after week week twelve twelve action action the the Baltimore Baltimore Ravens Ravens now now at at the the top top record record eight eight and and three three after after holding holding off off the the Cleveland Cleveland Browns Browns thirteen thirteen ten ten Sunday Sunday night night but but lurking lurking right right behind behind the the New New England England Patriots Patriots who who won won their their sixth sixth straight straight knocking knocking the the Tennessee Tennessee Titans Titans off off the the top top if if he he purchased purchased thirty thirty six six thirteen thirteen the the Packers Packers are are now now second second in in the the NFC NFC at at nine nine and and three three behind behind Donnel Donnel Arizona Arizona after after blowing blowing off off the the rams rams thirty thirty six six twenty twenty eight eight the the Buccaneers Buccaneers knowing knowing three three F. F. as as in in the the call call thirty thirty eight eight thirty thirty one one as as Leonard Leonard Fournette Fournette scored scored the the last last of of his his four four touchdowns touchdowns on on a a twenty twenty eight eight yard yard run run with with twenty twenty seconds seconds left left college college football football hours hours after after saying saying he he would would not not leave leave Oklahoma Oklahoma for for Ellis Ellis you you Lincoln Lincoln Riley Riley announced announced he he is is leaving leaving Oklahoma Oklahoma to to coach coach U. U. S. S. C. C. Riley Riley had had coached coached the the Sooners Sooners for for five five seasons seasons including including three three CFP CFP appearances appearances too too long long winning winning streaks streaks were were extended extended in in the the NBA NBA the the warriors warriors made made it it eight eight straight straight clipping clipping the the clippers clippers while while the the bucs bucs made made it it seven seven in in a a row row outpacing outpacing the the Pacers Pacers I'm I'm Tom Tom merry merry M. M. A. A. P. P. sports sports

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Surtain's pair of picks leads Broncos past Chargers 28-13

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 3 d ago

Surtain's pair of picks leads Broncos past Chargers 28-13

"The the Broncos Broncos used used two two quarterbacks quarterbacks and and got got two two interceptions interceptions from from a a rookie rookie corner corner to to defeat defeat the the Chargers Chargers twenty twenty eight eight thirteen thirteen both both teams teams are are tied tied for for second second place place in in the the AFC AFC west west with with Las Las Vegas Vegas all all at at six six and and five five teddy teddy Bridgewater Bridgewater ran ran eleven eleven yards yards for for one one touchdown touchdown in in the the first first quarter quarter and and drew drew lock lock threw threw a a one one yard yard for for another another in in the the fourth fourth that's that's our our ten ten picked picked off off Justin Justin Herbert Herbert in in the the end end zone zone then then grabbed grabbed a a tipped tipped ball ball and and ran ran seventy seventy yards yards to to the the house house just just sealed sealed the the deal deal Bruce Bruce Morton Morton Denver Denver

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Mixon runs for career-high 165 yards, Bengals crush Steelers

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 d ago

Mixon runs for career-high 165 yards, Bengals crush Steelers

"The Bengals have swept their season series with the Steelers for the first time since twenty oh nine winning forty one ten behind Joe Mixon Joe burrow and a strong defense Nixon rushed for a career high one hundred sixty five yards and two touchdowns burrow threw for a touchdown and scrambled for another as the seven four Bengals dropped the Steelers to five five in one coming down the stretch I think we really hit our stride so we gotta keep having great great great weeks of practice and I think we have the guys that are are excited about we're wrapping not satisfied Cincinnati scored on its first four drives and former Steeler Mike Hilton returned to Ben Roethlisberger pass for a twenty four yard touchdown late in the first half Roethlisberger was picked off twice and sacked twice finishing with two hundred sixty three yards I'm Dave Ferrie

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Fournette scores 4 TDs, Brady rallies Bucs past Indy 38-31

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 3 d ago

Fournette scores 4 TDs, Brady rallies Bucs past Indy 38-31

"The Buccaneers took advantage of five Indianapolis turnovers into thirty eight to thirty one win Tampa Bay running back Leonard Fournette had four touchdowns including a twenty eight yard run with twenty seconds left with his team down by ten at the half for that offered a locker room message which apparently rally the team eight in three Tampa Bay scored twenty four points off Indianapolis turnovers Tom Brady passed for two hundred twenty six yards Carson Wentz had three touchdown passes for six and six Indianapolis Tom McCabe Indianapolis

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Jones throws 2 TD passes, Patriots roll past Titans 36-13

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 d ago

Jones throws 2 TD passes, Patriots roll past Titans 36-13

"Mac Jones helped the patriots topple the AFC's number one seed in a thirty six to thirteen route of the Titans Jones threw for a career best three hundred ten yards and a pair of touchdowns to lead New England two eight six straight wins Jones says it's his receivers who deserve all the credit the guys getting open they've done a good job with all year and it's just getting the ball in stride and throwing it to the right guy and we just got to continue to improve on that Kendrick Bourne caught a pair of TV's for the eight and four patriots Dontrell Hilliard rushed for a career high one hundred thirty one yards including a sixty eight yard touchdown late in the first half Tennessee has dropped two straight to head into the bye at eight and four Geffen Coolbaugh Foxboro Massachusetts

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Sanders leads No. 7 Oklahoma State past No. 10 Oklahoma

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 3 d ago

Sanders leads No. 7 Oklahoma State past No. 10 Oklahoma

"Spencer Sanders threw for a touchdown and ran for another helping the C. F. P. number seven cowboys beat the number ten Sooners thirty seven thirty three Tay Martin had a thirty yard touchdown catch and a four yard scoring run in the first quarter Caleb Williams scrambled and ran fifty six yards to put the Sooners in scoring range with under a minute to play but Colin Oliver sacks and one forced dammit the cowboys thirty two with eight seconds remaining ending Oklahoma's hopes for six consecutive big twelve crown the outcome puts Baylor in the conference title game against LSU I'm the ferry

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"ten m" Discussed on Diary of a Nation

Diary of a Nation

01:35 min | Last month

"ten m" Discussed on Diary of a Nation

"You come back for count. You take a shower. You go hit the walk and tracker the white pile you talk to the people you know you getting your car game you go in arts and crafts room you go to the band room and then you go to bed and get you do it again the next morning. My day wasn't the typical day. Once i got settled in because i got really active into the education department and english second language for some of the mexican or spanish speaking people in there in teaching math in teaching classes for education apartment. Which at the time. I felt frustrated because i was feeding the machine. They were just using my numbers to boost their budget. But i felt good. Because i taught small business management classes and how to write business plans and i made it fun and exciting for me and the guys around me and at one point it was lake is not really prison. If i'm doing things. I would have done on outside. You sleep outside so if you sleep eight hours healing prison sixteen hours a day and if you spend three hours of it eating and preparing food here in prison thirteen hours a day. Well that's what you tell yourself it is that helps you get through. That helps you get through. And if you're doing things like you're hanging out with friends and you're doing fun stuff that's not. You're always in prison because you don't have the freedom to do whatever you want to do but for most people. It's the movie groundhog day with a lot of depression.

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"ten m" Discussed on Diary of a Nation

Diary of a Nation

03:46 min | Last month

"ten m" Discussed on Diary of a Nation

"Everyone i know well knows that i was in prison but there is a little bit of a dark cloud hanging over your past and when it's a long sentence you know if i say i was in prisoner. They see the tattoos. I have which. I ironically never got any of them prisoner. You've been to prison. My i like where where'd you go. You know you start telling a little bit. And they're like holy shit ten years. Who'd you kill you know right now. Is drugs like yeah okay. Whatever or they think ten years you know what you molest a bunch of kids then the other thing is that for a few years while i was on probation slash parole i was on that for four years got pulled over something on the database that said call us probation officer one of his charges weapons and other drugs so they automatically think you just got out of prison. Well you know. I have to tell your probation officer. Do you have any drugs guns in the car. Do you mind if we look. And that doesn't make a difference if you're driving with your friends yourself your mom my time my step kids. Most officers were really respectful. They would say demand getting out of the car at want to ask you a couple of questions not wanna make your family feel uncomfortable and so i was so glad when himself ovation. I'm like oh. Thank god i can get pulled over without going through this and it didn't stop so for a few years after that if i got pulled over if they were in the cop car for more than like five minutes right in a ticket on like oh shit back to go to prison. How did your family take the news. That was raised in a really religious household. When i left my house. I stopped being religious. I didn't tell them i drank. I partied i smoke. So i was divorced and i had no kids. I had for family brother. A mom and dad in two grandmothers does basically all the family. I had and i wasn't close with my brother and my parents relationship with me was strained because they were very religious and i was not and so they lived a few hundred miles away and i didn't see them all that often. Maybe once a year so for them it was a surprise because they knew me as owning a few successful businesses and making money legally and while they knew i had tattoos and they knew i drink. They didn't know i party. They didn't know anything. So i ex wife called my dad's old secretary because she didn't have his information she knew my dad's old secretary's name and said tell his parents that he's in jail. I got a letter from my dad within a few days of being in and he said hey we heard you know. Is there any way we can contact you. And so i called him from county jail which you pick up the phone you dial the phone number and you hear the message that they hear high you know this is from such and such jail from such and such inmate and they would like to speak to you. Press one to accept. Press to deny. And i hit one and it was my dad and we had a pretty strained conversation. He was more concerned about me. Then you know in my safety. Then he was. What did you do to get there. And i wanna say. It was three months later that they were able to come for a visit but they couldn't come during normal visitation time so they had to make arrangements with the sheriff to see me and that county jail was what they would consider a high security facility and they had given me a two million dollar bond and put.

"ten m" Discussed on Diary of a Nation

Diary of a Nation

02:43 min | Last month

"ten m" 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 m" Discussed on Gamer Talk Podcast

Gamer Talk Podcast

04:15 min | 2 months ago

"ten m" Discussed on Gamer Talk Podcast

"So i had a plot lamb at boards and try to dry up the floor when they redid the when they did the floor. They didn't leave any space. So those things are fucking butted up against all the corners. So i tried it and let it air dry and put the laminate back. But i don't know if it's my dishwasher my sink because the cabinet. The cupboard under the sink is also good. Looks like as water damage. But there's no water on top of it so. I'm not sure where there could be leak. I'm assuming it's the dishwasher. What the fuck. I'm chris and i think it's pretty amazing that normally when this shit goes down with me. I call joe like immediately. I love how you be phone. No i i love how you save for the podcast. Let joe troubleshoot it. Like right now on the show i love it. He's like no. I'm not having him troubleshooter talking about and i pulled up all the floorboard great. Clean that shit up. It's not like joe. I left it there. What do i do now. No no i know. I know you clean it up. I'm just saying like it's great for your show. You're telling me hey. I need your help on figuring out where this came from like right now. It's great you should. We should do that all the time like whenever we have issues we just wait for joe on the show and be like joe. Have this growth. No body improvements doctor. He's our maintenance guy. Do that shit got this thing on my foot. Can you look at it. Please hammer quick. Dang that's hilarious though it's great you got anything else. Miguel i did but i don't remember okay. Jonathan which you got buddy i. I actually don't remember if i have any or not. It's been like two weeks..

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"ten m" Discussed on Who Invited Her?

Who Invited Her?

02:49 min | 5 months ago

"ten m" Discussed on Who Invited Her?

"Did one of the characters from from rupaul's drag race. I remember that there's no beija. She is not as pretty as we all came from with. Yeah okay number nine. We have a number nine is. What did we put. Broken hearts club broken hearts. I was one of my choices. I don't know if that movie translates well in today's era i haven't seen it recently but i loved it because i'm gonna get sentimental about a group of friends who like all kind of go through game together and realize that all they need is each other. How about cinema. Yeah no. I like the and the cast is really good. It's very early to. It is yeah it takes place in like west. Hollywood dean gain plays a gay man which isn't even conservative these days but we'll we'll brush over that part driving. Think he is. I think is east. Yeah but he's a very hot rolled back then so let's to him. Yeah everybody in. The film went on to do bigger stuff to a lot of people on the phone. The number. that's the number eight is. Paris is burning. Yes we have to put it on the list. That's the first movie. Everyone watches before any other game move. Okay i have a confession. You've never seen it. i've never seen. That's okay but you need like fucking i. That's not cool. My new company has like a movie club and made that the movie during pride ma all watched it and had a discussion. That is fantastic. And it was really cool because everybody brought their own themes to it. Yeah it was nice so for anybody who doesn't know what peres burning. Do you want to explain it. Yes it documents A bunch of ballroom houses in new york in the seventies early eighties. It might be late. Eighty s early ninety. So i can't recall anyway but it just kind of through. Basically their their entire life stories in like all of the traumas a lot of them have had to endure and what they found in their houses. So it's i mean you haven't seen paris's burning you need to go. It has shaped a lot of current. I mean is it opposed like loose hoses based off appears. Yeah like the aids crisis and how some of the women have to turn to prostate even now themselves on hbo. Max we have legendary which is a ball which is crazy because you see some of the houses on legendary coming through.

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"ten m" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

04:48 min | 7 months ago

"ten m" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

"It can't link any. If i see him in anything else like i just can't take him seriously guy. Just think of him natural know him before love actually. I don't know if they didn't recognize him. Like you didn't wasn't on my radar until that and then i've seen him after that. I'm like no no no wake you from love. Actually go back to back. Well let's yourself any plays the in most the time you know. Oh yeah no. I mean like i said. There are some problematic parts. I mean i love them. We've seen it so many times. Where i can pick it apart like that and it's still like it up there. It's always going to be up there as one of my favorites sorts contract to. I actually went ahead to cd. I still have the cd. And you're absolutely right. It's one of my favorite Actual film yeah so soundtrack you know beck in the day when we bought cds. What are the kids buying. These days now cds. I guess we're just downloading. But yet like i don't think i ever bought many soundtracks did that and That's that's one of the ones i had and i loved it so i used to listen to it all the time so what i still buy a so it gets just you but i i still by myself. I don't and unified. cd player in my car. I have my ipod in my car. But i do have a cd player. Just in case. I parred shits the bed so i have like cds. I'll be honest. i have taylor swift here. I have no problem saying that's not going to judge. I swift concert got canceled for good. I love taylor swift but anyway so so that's our list of What we miss. Please email me at matthew. Dark arlen edgy. Mail dot com. And gimme your list of Favorite chick flicks Again we didn't do ranking because we seem to like all them fairly equally and you know we talked about all of them. I i got all from jimmy. There wasn't any bet. I missed on your list right. I don't.

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"ten m" Discussed on Curtis Lake

Curtis Lake

05:06 min | 9 months ago

"ten m" Discussed on Curtis Lake

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"ten m" Discussed on Curtis Lake

Curtis Lake

05:34 min | 9 months ago

"ten m" 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 m" Discussed on Curtis Lake

Curtis Lake

03:18 min | 9 months ago

"ten m" 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 m" Discussed on Curtis Lake

Curtis Lake

03:11 min | 9 months ago

"ten m" 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 m" Discussed on Curtis Lake

Curtis Lake

03:21 min | 9 months ago

"ten m" 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 m" Discussed on Curtis Lake

Curtis Lake

03:02 min | 9 months ago

"ten m" 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 m" Discussed on Curtis Lake

Curtis Lake

04:16 min | 9 months ago

"ten m" Discussed on Curtis Lake

"That's impossible john. When he closed out his gospel he said of jesus and there are many many more things that i could tell you about but if i were to do that not all of the books in the world could contain the impact that jesus has had in this world right so john's essence saying listen. I have curated for you what you need to know. In order to believe that. Jesus christ the son of the living god luke's doing the same thing ultimately care rating particular stories and teachings from jesus that accelerate the message that he's trying to get across and one of those messages that i think that luke is constantly trying to get across to the religious institution of his day is how god has through. Jesus broken down the barriers between those who consider themselves to be god's children and those that god's children would consider to be outside of god's family. Jesus uses a very interesting word to describe the samaritan. So i apologize what we're gonna work a little bit backwards through this passage of scripture. This morning jesus says was there. Non found who would return to glorify god except this one who is a any uses this word that we would interpret foreigner or stranger. And what's interesting about. This word is you. Don't find anywhere in ancient literature. This is a unique word to the jewish people. When you look at the translation of the jewish scriptures from hebrew into greek version of the old testament. You'll see this word used to translate the foreigner but that's all you ever see it. This is the only place here in luke chapter. Seventeen that you see the word used in all of the new testament so you find it here and then in some old testament scriptures been translated into greek but nowhere else. Now why is that well. It's because this word is considered to be a word that was essentially coined by the jewish people if not coined then certainly one that was adopted for their use and they use it to create the separation between they who are on the inside of the religious institution or the framework of what they would consider to be. God's chosen god's elect or god's family they use it to describe people who are on the outside of that the foreigner the stranger that significant is one other place where this word is found is in the temple itself. If you're familiar with the way in which the temple was constructed the temple was obviously this building of magnificence that was important not just to the jewish people of course right because of how they practiced religious rights in that temple but people from all over the world would come and they would visit the temple in jerusalem but now you may be aware that there were some exclusive places in the temple that non jewish people were not permitted to enter. It's kind of like when you go into the airport. And you see the signs all over the place. Say no unauthorized entry right. Like you can't go in here under great penalty of the law if you try to access this place or if you try to even go into this place in this direction you're going to be in a lot of trouble. The temple had such a place. So you and i those of us who are non jewish people..

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"ten m" Discussed on Curtis Lake

Curtis Lake

02:30 min | 9 months ago

"ten m" 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 m" Discussed on Curtis Lake

Curtis Lake

05:48 min | 9 months ago

"ten m" 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 m" Discussed on Curtis Lake

Curtis Lake

04:04 min | 9 months ago

"ten m" Discussed on Curtis Lake

"So good to see all of you out here this morning. Thank you to those of you. Who are joining us online as well. We're gonna be in luke chapter seventeen today if you have your bibles you can turn their luke chapter seventeen. We'll be reading the story from verses eleven through nineteen as we continue our series on luke where we've been looking at luke's account of the life of jesus and today we're going to see one of those kind of peculiar examples of what sets luke apart from perhaps some of the other writers of jesus's life now. If you're not aware of this luke is responsible for having written pretty much. The largest part of the new testament are we often think of paul and the amount of material that he wrote but luke who is credited with having written both this gospel and the book of acts is responsible for a major major portion of the new testament and he brings this kind of certain flavor. We're going to see that because we're going to look at another instance of this interaction that jesus has with somebody who is outside of the jewish nation somebody that is considered to be a foreigner or stranger when that we would come to know as a samaritan we came across the samaritan a few weeks ago right in the parable of the good samaritan where jesus was starting to break down the walls that existed within the religious structure of his day where people who were inside of the jewish nation who were ethnically and religiously gods people at least that's how they saw themselves and in that were exclusive of really the nations surrounding them. Jesus is starting to kind of break. Down the walls and help people see the universality of the kingdom of god that jesus is bringing to this world. You've heard me say again. And again that as people were looking to the potential that jesus might ultimately have as a leader among the jewish nation and they were looking for deliverance. they were looking for their own sovereignty. They were looking for the opportunity to again. Become this independent nation. This nation that lived under the blessing of god and that needed to care very little about what was going on in the nations around him. And today we're going to see the instance of another samaritan and a samaritan was just so you know not simply a foreigner not simply somebody that was considered to be part of the pagan culture of outside but like they were even more despised. You have to. In order to understand how jewish people felt about samaritans. You have to kind of get into the deep recesses of your mind and think about who are those people that you are most uncomfortable with in this world. Who are those people that you would consider to be as strange from you as can possibly be perhaps even have to delve into what might be some of your biases or prejudices or feelings that you have toward a person or a what you call a kind of person right as you have. Stereotype that person to be and that person who's so much different from you. That isn't just different. But because of those differences perhaps creates some level of a separation in your understanding of who that person is in. what is their humanity. You kind of have to do that understand or appreciate fully the way. The jewish people felt about samaritans. Samaritan's were not the red headed stepchild of the jewish nation. They were far far far far worse than that they were considered to be just those who were despised pretenders of the jewish religion people that were close to but not quite part of the promised race of gods people and so what we're going to see here is coming up out of that..

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"ten m" Discussed on Criminal

Criminal

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"ten m" 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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