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"three bowls" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio
"A great joy to be with you all today and another opportunity to be able to share what God's done and what God is doing in our lives and thank the Lord for your kind hospitality as a church amen of course that's one of the aspects of the Christian life is hospitality and every time we've come to visit Emmanuel Baptist Church we've felt welcome and accepted amen we are accepted in the love but as well with one another and it's been a great blessing and joy and refreshment to us to be able to fellowship amen so we thank God for that and look for what God has for us this afternoon and this is my story this is my song event those of us that have been saved by the grace of God have a story we have a song but it's because of the blessed assurance that we have within our hearts knowing that we've passed from death unto life in the Lord Jesus Christ and we praise God for that and I thought about that song nothing but the blood of Jesus and it really just stuck out to me as sometimes it just comes to you know something you're not seeing before and those last verse this is all my hope and peace and this is all my righteousness I thought Romans 5 put it all together right there in Romans 5 the hymn writer might have had something to do with the Romans chapter number 5 amen so appreciate the songs and what's been done already so we praise God for that I'm gonna ask Elizabeth to come up and of course she is my help meet and she's a blessing to me in the ministry as well we tend to sing off and on but she's had some problems with her voices over the past several years so we're gonna try to sing one for you and that'd be a blessing to you and it's been one of my favorite and it's a hymn old hymn because he loved me and so we're gonna probably gonna try to sing for you this afternoon on a hill called Calvary Jesus my Lord suffered for me carried the cross all the way my sins to atone then they nailed them to the cross great was the pain and the loss he suffered it all because he loved me because he loved me my Savior died on the cross was crucified no greater love by mortal man has ever been known Oh praise his dear name he loves me so now I am his he's mine I know he suffered it all because he loved me then they carried him away placed him in a lowly grave surely they thought that this would be the end of this man but on that third and glorious day God came and rolled the stone away he rose from the dead because he loved me because he loved me my Savior died on the cross was crucified no greater love by mortal man has ever been known Oh praise his dear name he loves me so now I am his he's mine I know he suffered it all because he loved me amen what a song that is involves the death the burial and the resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ and that's the gospel in a nutshell amen and what a minister and song and I said that I would sing another one in Cherokee for you I'm gonna ask brother Bob if he would come and sing with me amen in charity hey man of course this one would be familiar to you as far as the melody goes of it and it's Jesus loves me see soggy gay you saw go away Lee kano hey Dini oh Lee so say Lee Dini wani gala he was a skinny who the knee gee da ah gee gee you saw me dee ga Lee stow dee ha ooh yo who say ooh nah he ooh nah da da nah we stop ooh wasa skinny ooh Lee knee gee da ah gee gay you saw kano hey go away Lee hey man Jesus loves me that's in the Cherokee language so praise the Lord for the love of the Lord Jesus amen and thank God for his love for us brother Bob of course mentioned this afternoon service that just wanted to share with what the Lord is doing in our lives as far as in the ministry and the work and what God's called us unto you and I just want to share briefly that a portion of Scripture and mark chapter number 16 mark chapter number 16 as we get into this area of mission work and we'll look at verse number 15 I'll read verse number 15 through verse number 15 through 16 mark 16 15 and 16 the Bible says that and he said unto them go ye into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature he that believeth is baptized and is baptized shall be saved but he that believeth not shall be damned as mark 16 verse number 15 and 16 of course this is one of the Gospels that deal with the Great Commission we find of course in the book of Matthew Mark Luke and so much not in John but it's there so send I you as the breathe of the Holy Spirit but here we find great emphasis on what is to be preached and of course and what the need is and the necessary need in mission work and in any of our lives wherever we serve the Lord is the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ and notice in that verse he says go ye into all the world and preach the gospel that word preach is a word which means to declare to plug publish or to proclaim and in club listening and proclaiming there's got to be a message that we proclaim and that is the gospel and of course the gospel is the good news amen and you think about the day and hour that we lived in has always been and always will be in this life there's a lot of bad news they've been it surrounds us as you look at the world you look at media you listen to the radio there's a lot of bad news but there's bad news in the Bible amen but in order to see the good news you got to know about the bad news and of course in preaching the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ we've got the good news and the good news is that Christ died for sinners amen and he came to redeem a people notice in this portion of Scripture he said go ye into all the world and that world which we'd find in revelations of course every kindred every tribe in every tongue and notice that in Revelation that there would be a multitudes upon multitudes thousands upon thousands of those that will gather around the throne room of the throne of heaven and worship the lamb that was slain before the foundation of the world and why will they is a reflection of the obedience of the people of God and those that have went to preach the gospel for faith cometh by hearing and hearing by the Word of God there has never been a sinner saved outside of hearing the precious truths of God's Word there must be the hearing of God's Word that life may be brought unto the sinner so our of course great desire and my life was very impacted in hearing men preach of these same portion of Scriptures and mission conferences and dealing with the area of the World Commission that Christ is given and I remember sitting in some of those missions conference and being dealt with by the Lord himself by the Holy Spirit and just urging my heart and putting the desire within my heart to go to go to go and preach this gospel as it's been given to me so I give unto others amen and we've been blessed with the gospel truth that we are to give unto others I remember the first mission trip that I took was to the Philippines and there in the Philippines was 2009 and I was working with a another missionary and we went to the Philippines together and he had already established some communication with other pastors in that area and I remember going there to the Philippines for the first time and in that area of the Philippines in 2009 God was working miraculously in the hearts there in the Philippines and there was a sense of revival taking place amongst them and we as I went and I got involved with mission work first time really being overseas and in a different culture as it was and and in different language very different villages and experiencing all the different thing but there was one thing that I knew that they needed and it was the gospel of Christ and we went into that area of the Philippines and I established relationships with dear brethren over there in the Philippines and that's where of course the work in the Philippines really ignited to where I made some good relationships and meeting pastors there to work with in the Philippines I remember going into some of these areas of villages that had no Baptist Church a matter of fact there was some villages that did not have a church at all and the pastors there in the Philippines would arrange certain meetings as they knew that an American preacher was coming in they would rather hear from an American than they own people of course the Filipinos have a great respect for Americans because of the fact that we had such a great emphasis and impact on the Philippines military wise as well as monetary giving money to the Philippines and most importantly missionaries that went into the Philippines in its early days and preached the gospel of Christ and they would arrange these meetings in the remote villages and if these remote village people knew that a American was coming they would come hear them so they would arrange these meetings that go through the villages and in the Philippines they have these trikes they're called tricycles and they're motorized motorcycles that have three wheels on them and most time you're carried in the back seat they have a driver and then a back seat where you can sit two or three people and sometimes they have carts where they carry children maybe seven or eight children in that cart so that's how they get back and forth different places amen but they do it and going through these villages they use those carts and they get a sound horn a loudspeaker and they'll announce these meetings that are coming up and they'll go village to village and I'll knock on the different doors invite the politicians in the area they'll get in contact with the mayors of those different villages and they'll remember going into these meetings when I first went in 2009 and we would go in and preach the plain truths of the gospel the Lord Jesus Christ for many have never heard the truths of Christ and his salvation and particularly one village the first time I went we've worked with a pastor that I still work with today and go to the Philippines and he comes here often and we work with him and raise monies for different projects going on with building church buildings and things as such but I remember going in there he was just a new pastor in this village and that they have a mission house when they get started with a work in a different village they have mission houses they ran them out and that's where they stay and that's where they have church and remember going to this mission house and we had a big awning set up it was during the tropical time with a lot of rain monsoon time and cyclones would come in so they had a big tarp cut up over the house the edge of the house and they set out plastic chairs and I remember they just started filtering in in this community a lot of children adults coming in and we preached that evening we had two preachers me and brother David at that time went in and preached and at the close of that meeting we had two nights of special meetings and there was about 15 souls saved in that meeting and that church was established right there in that community and now that church when I go back it's flourishing it's has life it's vital they're reaching out they're expanding throughout those communities because the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ was preached amen and some of those areas yet when I still go back the last time I was there back in January we were able to go in some different villages and some of the villages that I had previously preached in and to still see some of those that have been saved as those churches were established and those pastors were teaching and preaching to the people how some of them have come so far along in their faith and are still being faithful from 2009 and now witnesses in their communities and witnessing to others about Christ and just to see how God has so worked in those areas because of the faithfulness of preaching the gospel and obeying what the Lord has said to do I remember Hudson Taylor had said this the Great Commission is not an option it is a command to be obeyed amen it's something that we are to do it's not an option but to be obeyed and in that of course with some of the work in the Philippines the last time I was there in January they had a special needs meeting if you read the prayer letter that I've sent out there's a special needs ministry the first that we know of and even with some of the pastors there in the Philippines that have never been done of course special needs with different things wrong in their lives that can't comprehend things as well and the main thrust and emphasis in that is getting the parents in to bring them in and we had set up this meeting and there's a lot of churches that had provided finances for this meeting and giving them different gifts as they came and we had about 150 to 175 special needs come that day and there's a lot of special needs in the Philippine Philippines that are neglected it's like a group that's not paid attention to the government really does not give any care to them so the ministry in the gospel and the church there in the Philippines is reaching out and to see some of the responses from the parents and some of the children that had come and we're able to get the gospel message that first meeting and to see the joy when they came into the church there in Jadi Philippines they come in and you can see if a lot of them were just sad with sad countenances but as the service went on they began to realize not only was God loved them but there was people there in that community that loved them and we're showing concern and care for them and through the ministry now as of yet today there have been some of those parents that have been coming to those meetings it's every three months they have them have been saved by the grace of God now those parents are attending that church and as well the special needs kids are coming to church and this is not only located now in that area but people are getting word of this and different pastors of what the pastor I'm working with now is doing so it's a kind of going to spread we hope and God will use that ministry in there in the of course just us being involved with it but here at manual Baptist Church as well in your provisions and providing I believe it was pastor that the church here supplied the need for the plane tickets to the Philippines and that was really the only mount that came in for that trip and God used this church to send me to the Philippines to be involved in a work that has never been done in the Philippines and as well the sea soul saved and churches planted and to go back and revisit some of those churches where we had given money to raise we've raised money to have churches built buildings built and now they're worshipping they're praising God in these remote locations and able to preach the gospel and it's from churches as like a manual Baptist Church that are supporting missions and missionaries wherewith we're able to the work which God has called us to do amen and of course we know that does not go unrecognized by the Lord himself because God has his hands God has his feet he has his eyes his ears amen in the body of Christ and we all work together in that when Jesus said go you into all the world and preach the gospel there are those that he calls amen those that go down into the well but there has to be those that hold the rope that go down into the well for without somebody holding the rope you're not getting back out amen there's got to be support and that's how it works in the Lord's Church and what a blessing it is as IBC has that opportunity amen it's not just me going in the Philippines but you're going with me as well so we praise God and that work in the Philippines as I was there with the pastor that I work with he intends to have me back this January for another two weeks and in that we'll be doing some more laboring matter of fact he is starting a new work outside of JD in a bigger city where there's the multitudes of people and matter of fact our church Big Cove missionary Baptist Church was able to give to the need there they don't have the accommodations that we have there in the Philippines amen what they have is chairs their plastic chairs and they buy them we are able to give to that towards that calls for their first meeting that is to begin the first weekend in November and so what a blessing that is be involved with those ministries amen and as we're laboring in the gospel ministry as well of course I'm just dealing with some of these remote ministries our priority is in Cherokee but with India I was back able to visit India in 2018 with brother Randy Bain and I was able to make some contacts there with some pastors in India specifically one that I went to he had come up to me while I was there in the main church there in India the grace community Baptist Church in Hyderabad Sikandar bad India and he had come up to me and I had met him before but I didn't know actually where he was laboring he said brother will you get on the back of my motorcycle of course that's how they get around in India too and I'll take you to where I pastor and he said it's in the slum district and he works in the slums of India very poverty-stricken area in India to where basically what they get during the day is rice maybe two or three bowls of rice and maybe some chicken throughout the day but it's very poverty-stricken and he took me over into that area and it's first time I've been a part of that and the streets are lined with all kind of trash and sewage and things as such and he took me back into this area and he had already prepared the meeting and he had a stage set up and the housing the apartment complexes were just stacked on top of one another and we had the meeting right in the street there and he had a stage set up a platform and there was Hindus there there was Christians there that had been saved but then as well there's a lot of lost people and we were able to preach the gospel there and what a blessing it was to hear reports back from him from that meeting that there were people saved and actually he started a church there in his house because he lived right there when a meeting was set up and he's ministering amongst those and he as well has formed a zoom meeting to where I am able now with him kind of moderating the meeting where we have between 25 to 30 pastors that I'm able to teach via zoom and most of these Indian pastors are very lacking in Bible knowledge and the reason why is because they're very poor and they spend their days out in the fields with corn and different harvests and planning and they work and then they pastor and there are remote villages so what a blessing it is as I'm able we were doing it every Tuesday now every Thursday we're trying to remain faithful to that in teaching these pastors at the Word of God and what a blessing it is just to see the response when you get on zoom and you get to see everybody's face and these pastors and how hungry they are for the Word of God if I had the time I could sit up probably about three or four hours and teach line by line verse by verse and these pastors are so hungry and desirous for the Word of God and they have such a glow about them when you're talking to them they're very thankful and that's just a ministry as well that you were part of and supported me in that and your finances as well as prayerfully that we're able to teach these pastors and give unto them what's been given unto me brother me and brother Bob had a time of fellowship about that how there are other men that have invested in our lives and others have invested in their lives that they might teach us and now we're able to teach others and that's God's way amen and so what a blessing is that we're able to invest in these pastors there in their congregations so thank God for that and even though you're here in this area of Virginia you're still reaching out to the world amen Fredericksburg Virginia goes to India goes to the Philippines goes to Cherokee North Carolina amen and that ought to bless you and all to encourage your hearts to stay faithful amen in the areas of giving any areas of praying knowing that the gospel is getting out and you're having an impact not only here in Fredericksburg and through your ministry with preaching on the internet but as well through missionary work and what a blessing is that God opens up doors in different areas of ministry as well for preaching and teaching the Word of God and those are the doors that we go through amen and hopefully at some point in time he's wanting me to come to be a part of them physically of course there's something different about the physical aspect than teaching via technology or zoom but he's wanting to line up to where I'm able to meet each one of those pastors in person of course with India right now there's persecution there so pray for these pastors as well where I think over 300 churches have been burned down they're actually putting Christians in graves and burying them some in parts in the northern part of India and Monty Port Monty pure India to where there's heavy persecution going on and so let's pray for those in India as well but of course with the gospel getting out into these different areas and obeying what the Lord has said to do our work in Cherokee of course is priority right now and and working there amongst the Cherokee tribe of course when we first met with the church and we're going from different churches to raise support we were heading out to Oklahoma and working with the Apache Comanche and the Kiowa tribe in the western part of course of Oklahoma and a church plant there and we were able to see God work in marvelous ways there and just being a faithful and obedient to the Word of God and preaching and sometimes it stirs up your remembrance about ministering to children and there was a school there in Oklahoma Riverside School that had Native Americans from all over America from different tribes different boundaries reservations that would come to that school and that's where they would go to school and we had opportunity every week to go in and preach and share the gospel with them and sing songs and be able to build a personal relationship with them and we were able to do that for the time we were out there what a blessing that was so it was not us just out there but amen this church as well was involved in that ministry now reaching out to those of course we had opportunities to do tent meetings out there we'd set up tent meetings amongst the different areas there in Oklahoma we'd have singing we'd have preaching and invite those to come and hear the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ so of course in that stage of our ministry there were some things that transpired in doctrinal life and the Lord of course through that was working in our hearts to labor in the Cherokee area so we had moved from Oklahoma to North Carolina and began working with the Cherokee tribe and initially as I was working with the Cherokee tribe I was preaching amongst the different churches as missionary work evangelists working with the different churches on the reservation as God would open our doors to preach in the different churches as well hold special meetings and right before COVID had taken place matter of fact we were supposed to have the meeting that next week right before COVID hit and I had spent time there going to the different churches I had different flyers printed up and inviting people to come to a special meeting we were going to have on the reservation and the preaching the gospel and there's going to be a week meeting we call that hope for Cherokee and people seem to really be excited about it and getting involved and wanting to come and but then COVID hit so that of course closed down everything and there was a time there where we were not able to get on to the reservation because it was closed down only those that had membership papers could get into the tribe and so there's a time where we were have to stay out during that time but we continued after we were allowed on the preach at the church and the labor there the of course transmitter radio radio and those that wanted to come into the services during that time could come in but we continue to preach the gospel faithfully amen and share the good news and what a blessing it is of course those times first years there in Cherokee to see God working and moving and then the time after COVID the pastor there at Big Cove Missionary Baptist Church had been there 61 years and I was telling pastor Bob that he was a pillar there in the community he was a white man that married a Cherokee woman and he had pastored that church for 61 years and had a huge impact learn the Cherokee language translated the Bible translate the hymns in the Cherokee and he had died and the church needed somebody there and I was working there on the reservation so they were familiar with me and what I preached and where I stood now if there was anybody that stood on the doctrines of grace and the sovereignty of God is pastor Bo and they knew that and they were taught well and they had had me in and preached for them several times and worked with about a year and then they called me and settled in as the pastor there at Big Cove Missionary Baptist Church so we've been working there officially as the pastor for two years and it was a blessing to see as we preached and taught there to be able to baptize Josiah and Daniel they were actually not saved in services but both of them were saved at home and conviction power and showing them their need for salvation Josiah and Daniel both and they were trusting God that he'd done the work in that but it was a blessing to be able to baptize them both in the Okanalookee River there in Cherokee right there on the Cherokee reservation and it is a very cold river and but it's a blessing there to see that God had done some work there and that had professed salvation and we were able to baptize her in the river as well and so it's a blessing that God has of course established there us there in that community amongst the natives and I've been pastoring there now for two years preaching the gospel faithfully and is part of the ministry here amen working with the Native Americans and what a blessing it is that you have part in that and sending us not only into these different parts of the world but right here in our own country amongst the Native Americans and the history behind that of course if you look at it's something that of course a secular history would not teach but the impact that Baptists had on the Cherokee tribe if you study Cherokee history and the area of Baptists you're gonna find that when the Removal Act took place and a lot of those Cherokees were moved out to Oklahoma there was a band of Cherokees that stood behind and there was one man named Solly who was a warrior they known him as a warrior who had of course said if you take my life and spare the others I'm willing to and we wrote a gospel track about this name was Sally about Christ given his life that others may live well this Sally was a warrior that gave his life was shot by the American troops and gave his life and those others were spared now you have the Eastern Band of the Cherokee tribe that still remains in North Carolina because they weren't removed they stayed and then you have of course the Western tribe of the Cherokee in Oklahoma the majority of them of course in Oklahoma that were part of the Removal Act but during that time there was Baptist preachers that went into Cherokee and began preaching the gospel and there was Indian missions established and some of those Baptist preachers really fought for the Cherokee and for the natives as far as going to government and pleading with them matter of fact some of them pleaded with them that they could go on the Trail of Tears with them that they might have part in that and there was several Baptist Church preachers that had actually went on the Trail of Tears to minister while they were going out to those lands that were given by the government and many of them saw what went on and they were continually faithful to preach the gospel and minister to the needs of the Native Americans there that were removed so there's a lot of history with Baptist with the preachers of the gospel taking it to force not only the Cherokees but all the native tribes so pray for us in that ministry amen and continually God would be pleased to save and is our desire to see natives raised up to preach the gospel to pastor churches amen and of course to pass that on throughout their generations so that's just briefly of course what we're involved with now in the ministry and what you're involved with amen as far as supporting us financially and in prayers and we desire your prayers of course that God will continue to work and save and work there on the reservation so with that of course I just would open up for any questions does anybody have any questions concerning the work or anything about the ministry your knees now you have a certain level of support you shoot for and how close are you to that well initially when we went to Oklahoma we do got one of us out there I was gonna have a song our brother asked about any testimonies of songs that have impacted your life and and there was a song that me and Elizabeth were listening to all the way back from Oklahoma when we first visited Oklahoma it was take the name of Jesus with you and we are about halfway back from Oklahoma and that song so penetrated our hearts the presence of the Lord was so powerful in that vehicle that we knew that's where God wanted us so we got home a matter of fact is on our way up here to Virginia if you remember we had to pull over in one of the rest areas I think it was the second rest area as we crossed over the Virginia line and we had just put our house up for sale and we got that call from one of the realtors and said your house was sold took one day so we knew God was working God was moving and get us out there quick so at the time we didn't really raise any support there was very very few and not a whole lot of support that was coming in but we knew God wanted us there so we went by faith and we left and as we left God just began to provide meet the needs in different areas we find checks in our mailbox and some would go out in our vehicle and there was a provision there for that air condition and we had a goal but it seems that goals never really met sometimes it's higher sometimes it's real low and sometimes God just provides in different ways so with of course the fluctuating economy and different children being raised and different needs and all that so hard to really meet a goal on that but as far as finances are concerned with the housing market industry right now about impossible if I have anything that we could buy in the area of Cherokee because of that but we're praying about that and that God's seeing fit to provide in different areas so curious you're up you sound like you were initially admissions and now you've been stepping in one pastor sure do you what do you perceive the Lord having for your future is your heart more for admissions or do you feel maybe your call to be a pastor the local church for years to come right well it's our desire and of course with the native work having an individual in the church that God would call into the ministry and take up that responsibility there in that local church and be taught be trained and then given over the work as in any mission work as well you'd see Paul settle down for some time and still involved with mission work still reach now still doing the work but that is our desire to see an individual raised up within that church or brought to the church that would be able to take up that office of the pastor there yes matter of fact for the band says his love to the church and his wife shared or sees over global Baptist missions now as the record and he'd been here at the church I believe it was or in a meeting with you he has a lot of impact as well we raise money there on the reservation of printing new Bibles we just had a new charity bottom is pretty and he's involved in that organizing the bottle spring and said here to the state so tell us about the the church if you can facilities the congregation age differences you know what is your body look like as far as the age there's like you have here and it's most of your native churches there's not a lot of young people in the churches and a lot of them are elderly in the churches and they middle-aged as far as congregation at the church right now we probably run about 30 35 on a Sunday morning then it just kind of dies off in the afternoon services to maybe at the most and so as far as the church facility we're doing a lot of revolves if you read our prayer letter the church really have been touched in years and can't just let a billion just go downhill to great that's your church building that's where the people got me a lot of motivation there as far as paint the building remodeling redoing floors the doors all kind of work there that's taking place keep that building intact because it's got a landmark there you talk to people and say this is a big old missionary Baptist Church they know where it is and of course there's a lot of that taking place at the church as well and of course there's those individuals in the church as I mentioned to some with the Cherokee language that speak fluent Cherokee they can read Cherokee speak Cherokee and sing but a majority a lot of the Cherokees of course these days are losing their language and all the churches pretty much preaching English and read the flowers in English and pretty much just as it is with that speaking English.
"three bowls" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"A lot of more stress around the return travel and if we could get back and we had friends that were testing positive and we were really worried and we were like we don't know what we're going to do if that happens There was no clear indication when normal schedules would resume Bells rang at midday in Cape Town from saint George's Anglican cathedral to honor archbishop Desmond Tutu a day after his death The bells at the cathedral where two two urge South Africans of all races to work together against apartheid will told for ten minutes at noon for four more days to mark two two's life Desmond Tutu was 90 Jurors returned today to federal court in New York to deliberate the fate of Ghislaine Maxwell the former companion of serial sex offender Jeffrey Epstein Maxwell is awaiting a verdict in her sex trafficking trial Meanwhile the jury is weighing fraud charges against former theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes They will start their second week of deliberations today in San Jose California Holmes is facing 11 criminal charges alleging that she duped investors and patients by hailing her company's blood testing technology as a medical breakthrough when in actuality it didn't work Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries Live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studios I'm Michael Barr This is Bloomberg called pretty Michael Barr the business of sports is taking a backseat to this new variant I'm seeing some bowl games in college football bowl games being outright canceled And they're looking to see if they can get other teams to play in other bowl games as well I don't know how in the heck this is going to turn out I don't know I mean Rutgers is now playing the state university of New Jersey is now playing in the gator bowl right You think playing against wake forest and they're sitting in for Texas a and M so there's trying to salvage that ball game That's a sentence you never thought you would say They're sitting in I don't know what's gonna happen And I wish I had a better answer than that but I just don't know this variant has thrown everything up in the air And the NBA commissioner said we're playing We're going to find guys literally off the street We've got the G league We've got all that kind of stuff and they're just trying to avoid canceling or postponing games The three of us we got a shot They do My gem shot So we'll have to see But yeah business of sports trying to move forward and trying to satisfy those TV contracts That's what it's all about Yeah There's the coin right there You can see me on the you can't see me on the radio but I'm rubbing my face Touching the money All right Michael Bart thank you so much we appreciate that So Katie we've got some green on the screen here to quiet week It's gonna be a very quiet week but we're gonna be here bringing stories But it clearly I'm just kind of amazed This market continues to generally move higher despite the omicron variant news which is not good despite the fact that this fed is going to begin tapering and accelerating this tapering and been raising rates next week But our next month but stock moving higher Yeah Paul you keep saying it's going to be a quiet week And yeah it will be in the markets but it's going to be a party in the studio because you and me are here We are anchoring this show To your point though it's interesting to think about the fact that volume is actually low The expectation here is on the Santa rally Is that what we're going.
"three bowls" Discussed on The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast
"As well. It's quite interesting dynamic Yeah i will she ever get to you that next step going on i against it. The player tonight. You know it may very well being different. But i just think she does still need that extra the extra something i so you call sometimes define it. But she's very solid player. But like we've specially. I feel like they kind of in the same camp solid but not when you come up against someone. He was just flying fareless tennis and going for the lines that retain nosov lie. You're there for the. Is there for the journey and so waiting for a debt that the baby doesn't necessarily cub. And yeah we've just talking radically. She's the first qualifier ever male or female to reach grandson final which is incredible She's the youngest british major fi. Listen in sixty two years. I british women to reach a major fighter in forty four years and the first british women's reached the us providing fifty years came. She's just literally smashing records. I left right. And the style i love most is the fact that although ready county and fernandez both got to the final even vati caddy has three bowl matches. Then fernandez having come through qualifying. She's she's been the less the least time which is amazing. And just underlines. I think how dominant her victories of being she still been taken to a tie-break i think in the the manger. She's not been pushed beyond six four seven five so it has still been just crazy crazy comfortable ought to this point which we suspect because all we all we live at dream blood yeah. It's it's remarkable. I mean we were. Google excited about j. konta making semi finals but in a to have a british woman in the final and someone is just kind of burst onto the scene. Really i mean. I know people being talking about her. You know british tiny circles for fears that she was very promising. Jane thing anyone would have expected to have done what she's done and yeah. I do think that it will help. Yeah just being a bit fresher because fernandez has come through in call of three-set bottles. And i think perhaps that will tie. Will that make her bits. Hbo tied for the final. Will it make her could cut up with trying to catch up with with the occasion but then on the other side of that if it does go into third set all we'll have you she's much more primed to become a. I enter to kind of get that clutch wayne like an a law set tie-break so it depends on how much i think maybe goes thought i set early days but yeah it's just i think they played as well I think wimbledon genius. Few years. Back emma one in straight-sets at if they could be taken from that day but they have played in the genius of a slam. I think years is. i mean. Just talking on fernandez's As you said came through in another three-set battle against saba elanca seven six four six six four number two seed. It was third top five win of the fortnight. So another impressive victory. Particularly that i that i that i think it was so important. She had to save set point and she came through in the tie-break and i think saban who'll be disappointed about how that i i think. Got away from her and the fatter financiers was able to kind of chlorate back in. I think it could have been a different story. Blanket just had a little bit more composure and was able to To to to take that. I i mean she started so dominantly did sabal anchor. She won the first twelve of fourteen point. Sue guy you know. Three love lead up in up in a flash and fernandez really. Didn't know what was going on but fernandez again. She's got that tenacity in using the crowd to her advantage to get herself back into it. And i think that really helped. Particularly not i sat and you do the given the situation feel like roddy county has been in in terms of during up very early on and really starting very quickly against their opponents in that first set. I don't think that's gonna phase fernandez in the sense that she will in this for she was in this situation in the semi-skimmed saba anchor. Say i think he'll take a lot of She'll she'll she'll remember those experiences to be like yet. You may be a break ahead. i'll go. I've got the belief in the confidence that i can. i can come back and potentially not the sat. because that's what happened in the santa of her semifinal. Yeah just being able to save. So many of these breakpoints was was very impressive. And then just performing when it really mattered and uday saba linka. She kind of unraveled a little bit at times hitting feet. Double-faults fifty two on four. Sarah's thought is perhaps she was a bit surprised by fenandes just like say many of the other players have been and think finance is being also another breath of fresh air like we. We knew she was a talented again. We knew she was a talented young seren teenage a expected to do this all the way to the vital. It's it's remarkable really and obviously the. She's had such difficult drool. The players that she's thought to beat you know has been a higher caliber and ranking than than the price of emma's again. Say say does this make her. Run more impressive than i'm a day. That impressive in their own ways and very merit subject relate t- to compare them or anything you can compare them that so just say different You know they obviously beaten. What's it in front of the it really does. Just stop there and fernandez against saba lanker. I think in terms of it was felt for me was quite similar match thing to asaka in terms of the power game. I'm really being able to deal with am again. That was another example of fernandez being able to deal with that power so well which is very impressive. I think from a teenager in the sense. That that no i guess. She's not the most of see physically imposing player but at the same time she's a need to be and we see i think before we've other players like samaya halligan serena williams wimbledon sharing how you can overcome power. It doesn't necessarily have to be the way to win a grand simon. It's another example. I think of a player who is has a bit more of a bit more tactical bit maybe shrewd operates. An i gain has a very smart tennis brain. I think light ratty understand understand site yet. You're bringing you're bringing to the table sabah. Lancair you're bringing your power. But i know. I know how to deal with that. And the fact that she is able to execute combat that you know the different types of games that she has faced whether it's the power game where the more of the variety gave the curb a game for example Whatever it's been she's been able to find a way to fight three and although she has dropped drop sets and she does. I think go three more. Who i think we've seen particularly in the later rounds more Momentum changes the may be. Education has done She's just found a way to to will herself over the line and think the crowd will be interesting factor. I think in the final because they have been such both been such darlings. I think of that the us open crowd thus saw..
"three bowls" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
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"three bowls" Discussed on The ChoNilla Podcast
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Like oh he is is his big blue eyes just kind of light up. Oh my god you got it. And then i'm like he's like no. I got from a deejay many times. I remember we used to go to rocket ball. Yes for rock and roll over on. Where was it or throw throw existing. Does it was a dj there who used to do this contest where he would play like old theme songs of shows right and anytime you answer something. He would do the same thing if you played like if he played like the a team name. Yeah and you came over. And you're like i know this. What is it. you're like it's nightrider and he's like did you say nightrider. And you're like yes and he's like no got it wrong. Never forget that guy so funny everybody like that. Everybody that came everybody. People that have been there before They're like maybe this right loves love simon. Yes no i and he do it on the mike. Yes put the making your face like yes and everybody here you. It wasn't anonymous. Part of the game was shielded. But you'd get like free meals or like three bowling much like free stuff away so would get some things like your lane. You're with the lane. Advertisers from everyone from your lane gets this. yeah Can you reese how you spell it again. Oh mullen yeah m. a. u. d. i n. the i am a u. d. i n. Word modeling. yeah. And i was listening to the editor of the last episode jockey. Jokiel jocular jocular jocular. And i got it. You said i didn't get it. But i was like i said something like jay. Okay no no not in the spelling in the meaning speak. You said no and i said something like not having it and the same thing as like. I'm not joking around bitch off exactly. You're saying the opposite jocular is joking around. Okay got it. Sentences i gave. You said not in a jocular mood right and because of because of gar cell and so carcelle in that moment was not fucking around like she not messing around. You got it wrong. No no i say. I got it right all right and the news like new is liz. 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"three bowls" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"This is the 2021 MLB All Star game on ESPN Radio and the ESPN F Back in Denver. John Giambi, Chris Singleton Buster only downstairs. The American League dugout. Third Base side Tim Kurkjian down the right side. The first base side as we get ready for baseball, Shohei Otani finishing up his warm up pitches and Salvador Perez fires it down to second. Alright, so, Tani this year 41349 e R. A 13 starts a 30.7 strikeout rate, so that effectively means she strikes out about 31% of the batters he faces make Your league averages about 24%, which is incredible. But what a performance last night came up short as he was beaten in the home run Derby, and he'll pitch here tonight. Singing the stuff is electric. I think we could see triple digits on the fastball, and he'll face Fernando Totti's Jr. The 22 year old shortstop of the Padres, Gotti's digs in right side. Tani, who works out of the stretch kicks delivers swing at the ball popped up. Foul off first Guerrero over to give it a look. And that's going to drop down about 15 rows into the seats on one good location on that. Oh, pitch, Donny hits the outside quarter the plate. You know Totti's ready to pull the trigger. He was all over it in terms of attack and just a little tardy, But if it's down the heart of the plate, just thinking Oh, I can get one over probably been home run Fernando Totti's Jr. The starter and first all star appearance for him. Eggs into that right side leads the NL and homers with 28 feel one outside and low for Shohei Otani that four seam fastball that averages 96 throw the splitter. He'll throw a slider and as well, he'll throw a cut fastball backed up on the left side. Devers at third Bowl guards it short the two Red Sox the pitch. Swing and a miss breaking ball that bent down and away and catches waving and that made the count. I want you to get sequence. He's been working that part of the plate that outer third and that time just tease the outside corner of the play. That was a ball finished up off the plate. But because Patty's had to protect their could not hold up the swing and the pitch fouled off the plate, so he participated in the home run Derby yesterday. He had his translator eat Meat Sahara as the catcher and I don't know whether you guys saw this, but he had a great line as to why he had he pay catch. And he said, because I'm really nervous about it, and it made me feel less nervous. Having someone more nervous than me behind me. I'm in on that logic. I like it. Here is the one to Swing and a high fly ball lifted in the air left field Hernandez back in now a bit and makes the catch in left center and chatty's flies out. Here's one away. That kind of goes along the lines of I don't have to outrun the bear. I just got to outrun you food. That's exactly right. That's exactly was very nervous. And it made me feel less nervous that there was someone more nervous behind me. Okay, I like you. And here is Max months you climbs in and as he gets ready to dig in on the left side says hello to Tom Hallion give you the rest of the umpires momentarily shift on the infield, three fielders to the right of second and the pitch and that is in for a strike. It's Bogart's Simeon..
"three bowls" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Crisis at the border is very real, and it was self created because President Biden eyes literally got rid of those policies that were working just because he didn't like Donald Trump Trumpet negotiated that deal with Mexico to finally have Mexico not only controlling our southern border, but Mexico's southern border. All right, and and it continues. If you ask The Biden administration. They will tell you Oh yeah. At southern border, it's closed tighter than a drum. Yeah, we When I took office, I closed that thing. You have to laugh at this, Um our own. Texas Attorney General Kim Paxon was at the border yesterday with Maria Bartiromo of Fox News. And I've got to ask him. Um, First of all, Attorney General Paxton. Thank you for being with me. Did you see a closed border? Uh, I don't think it's anywhere close to being closed. In the matter of fact, it's going the other direction in a big way. I understand. You weren't just driving around the border. You were actually on a border patrol gunboat, right? Actually, we've done that. We did that. When we were in McAllen to this last trip, we didn't get out. They have a different type of boat because it's shallower. We actually just kind of road vehicles along the road that we got out, walked around thought we were spotted by Cartel spotters, and I met with literally the mayor of Laredo to the guy that's in charge of border Patrol there, Um, state official sheriff And they have one message and that's Qatar car. The cartels are taking over. Yeah, you know, we've been talking with people nonstop. Nothing's closed is a matter of fact, you know, they're smuggling more drug of more drug smugglers. They're seeing more drug smugglers than they have in the last two years is what I've heard. Um, it's crazy Well, and it makes sense because the Border patrol are so busy with logistics for all these people come across. They told me on the radio. It's almost up three bowls from a year ago. So they're busy while they're busy dealing with these people. In other words, a cartel in Laredo area making on average $8000 per person. I know this is big business and think about the incentive here. The cartels are incentivized by the Biden administration. To go find people and bring them to the border because they make 8000 just came across and then they make other money for releasing them. And who knows how long they have control over. There's big money there and then. That leaves the border more porous for drugs and other types of smuggling. So it's a massive, massive money making machine for the cartels. All right, I've got to ask you about critical race theory. I know, uh, the letter you sent to the Biden administration about the department of Education teaching critical race there you we don't teach the constitution anymore. We were surprised when we defund police and crime goes up and then critical race theory. What are we trying to do to this country before you came on? I was venting because I'm so frustrated. You know, most people can't tell you what the bill of rights are. But they couldn't tell you that all white people are racist and the U. S. A is inherently racist and always will be. I mean, what kind of nonsense is this? Well, I sent a letter with 24 or 20 year olds from across the room. And by the way, it's not my dog know that Z Love Max on. I sent a letter with another Texas Public Policy Foundation and the first America Public Institute, which just started up after Trump left office. Anywhere point was this. The federal law requires that they thieves grants go for funding traditional American history. In the study of the Constitution instead by various administrations replaced federal laws said No, No, no, no, we're going. We're going to teach this critical race theory about how you know basically the Constitution's a relevant and traditional American history is bad. It's amazing to me. I know some states have just outright banned critical race theory, and there's a bill if I'm not mistaken in the Texas Senate to do just that correct. That is exactly right and perfect. I believe it's going to the governor's death for signing and maybe maybe off of my days, But it was. It was certainly debated the other day, and I'm pretty sure they all passed. And I have no doubt that Governor happens going to sign that Bill because it Aziz, Governor of any great stay like this. He understands this issue very well. Absolutely absolutely. It's uh, you know, I know you've got a problem. I do, too, with Biden's nominee for the director of the A. T F. You want to touch on that for a second? I mean, It's crazy enough it is and I had a problem. I think with all of his nominees, e. I mean, we can think of land out, but there's there's something consistent here. None of them care about the Constitution that I could tell. None of them want to follow federal law. They view the federal government as a place to initiate their ideas that are completely foreign to what America was founded on and we end up having a fight them for four years. It's well, we appreciate you putting up the fight because we need somebody to fight for us, whether it's critical race theory or trying to do something about a border that is certainly not closed. Or these nominees that make it even tougher Did that's what I was talking about earlier. You know what's happened to us? I mean, you look at homicide rates over 100% increase in a year. You look the same thing with rape. Same thing with the violent assaults and people act like they're surprised. Well, less law enforcement means more crime. I mean, I can add two and two and more often than not come up with four. Why can't everybody else? I don't think people really understood what they were getting when they when I wrote in the liberal progressives, whether it's Biden or local officials. But the reality is when you see what's going on just in Austin with how they have dealt with the homeless and how they've dealt with de funding their police department by almost a third or a little over a third. And then you throw in the whole border crisis where you're not only allowing illegals come across it, and that's inviting them. But incentivizing The cartels to bring as many as they can. And then you tell them Hey,.
"three bowls" Discussed on The Syndicated Pipe Club
"Sounds like it might be a little bit loud. Let's just back that off. There we go. Alright, alright, so there we are . So, what are we talking about today, well, we're talking about the tobacco hypothesis for those of you who have been following the series since part one, months and months and months ago, around six. I took to vacuum sealing in our new vacuum sealer, new to us vacuum sealer, packets of tobacco for my own personal use. It was one of those things where sitting here going I did it two ways, with parchment paper like you saw and then just regular in a baggy. These are couple samples that I had leftover that I didn't smoke. And the whole idea behind this was to see vacuum sealing tobacco was a viable long term storage situation. Long term search situation, no, unless the viable long-term Storage solution like mason jars are. And turns out if your definition of long-term is about six months. If you're lucky, then yes. This is a viable for you. I would certainly suggest going ahead and doing it. It will be worth your time, because this is about three bowls worth. Each one of these packages has about three bowls worth in them. That was what I went for. I was looking at packaging for, you know, something like for a day or if you're light smoker something you you can do for about a week. He's put out your stash. There you go. But that is not the situation I ended up with. Oh How silly of me. I forgot to tell you guys what I'm smoking and we'll talk about tobacco looking in a bit, Out again and situations like this right here is why we have background music on Syndicated Pipe Club. There you go. So what am I smoking tonight. I am smoking my Five Star Gentleman one the first Cob mods that I did when I was looking for a straight churchwarden and not able to find one. So, i made one myself using parts from those good people at Missouri Meerschaum. hashtag not sponsored. But what I, what I. Sorry about that. What I , what I, found. Oh, the tobacco I'm smoking is something I like to call Dave's blend. It's something I made back in 2015. I get it out once a year. But we'll talk about that in a bit it was my first attempt at blending tobacco's and true blend. Not like a fifty fifty type thing, anyway. We'll get to that. The Tobaccuum is is is valid hypothesis. Of course it's a valid hypothesis any hypothesis valid. But, is it a good solution for storage. No it's not, not for long term. If you're going out say, say fishing like some smokers I know. They might want if they have vacuum sealer handy take the tobacco in little pouches like this and you know make it up so you know maybe for one bowl not not three. And, then you might want to, you know, have, you know three or four pouches with you and you know, go go have your smokes. But, for long term storage. Where if we're not talking. You know like five years in jar storage here and that no, no. That's not happening with the with that. This is a is a six months tops because You may not. You may not be able to see here clearly through the camera but this was baggy here is starting to lose its tightness seal per se. It's still sealed. Don't get me wrong with tobacco s tarts movie is not falling out. But it's vacuum is being lost and the same
"three bowls" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast
"Choko pureed. Show bozo nasty. Messed oh sh- who's while turkey. It goes Awful you are by up next. This is two shots. All right the the one. The left is a two-thirds cold tequila and then a third orange juice. The other one is two-thirds lime juice in the third bowl blue. It's i feel all orange yellow and blue the sad or the yellow one was read the portal drink. Cornell is the portal shots really. You got it boom. I'll take it so you can't. You can't over. Think these because these are people drinking because they're based on the police are basing on the robots. Yeah never toco up but for the record if you've never play portal to do that because i've never done this. I played here all find where the best coop games elver along with explosion. Man splish as you yelling at me. Yes that's what makes it. Great dow's being played with map of like mac business. Kind of based on the image. Gin and tonic lime sugar syrup and then a little chaser of bombay sapphire gin and blue care resident evil. Drink tea virus. Yes it is. The g virus initiative. What is that the name of it. Yeah they called it well So so the main the main drink g virus and then there's a little syringe of something else you should into it as the virus. Which by the way. I just need to point out from the first one which i couldn't see the fit. The image of i've been mailing these you doing good. I think he would have gotten the sonic the hedgehog one. Now if he's seen the little red at the bottom of the blue and the top. I think we've been all right. I think i have one more. Okay this one is a half shot. Malibu rum and half shot at midori. Very green very very. Oh wow it's the bugsy drink now actually. I think i'm going to miss this one become having trouble to give another iconic green character. I want to call it the theater wanna call i. I thought what's it while. I'm gone with halo again. You think a halo drink is malibu round. Maybe it's not the barbie horse adventures drink now. This one's kinda. This was the one upshot. It was like a one up. Like mario get mario drink his green. Come on and say this. Just two people dressed up. As mario and luigi on an tickets outside of the convention that was seen as a hilarious image of see. I'm not only feel better yourself. Sadness two out of six. And i came close with the first one because i still named the alien brain hemorrhage which for the record is a great great episode. The image of steve urkel drunk from the one episode of family teach kids. That drinking is bad so they had urkel get drunk. I remember what he got hurt in some way like crashed a car or something so he was he was walking across a clothesline in between buildings. They had talking back. That's what it was because he he started to soar up online me. I'm scared. Oh well thank you for playing the game named the drink. I that was very silly. All of it was very silly. I wanna drink some of those but not that nasty behind well turkey. Garbage our drink any of those. None of that sounds like a good time to me. What any none of the ones you named some great ones in there no way no. Maybe the ginger ale one but there's so much other nasty stuff into i just like ginger ale We are onto your your second pick. Let me see what. I got here on my list of tunes well. I'm going to go with this one because this is from another game. That was well. The game.
"three bowls" Discussed on Roleplay Retcon
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"three bowls" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"Here's something i worry about with. Zack wilson he's out of nowhere guy and out of nowhere guys. They scare me. So i can't find a good comparison now. People are going to say. Joe burrow. But i talked about this yesterday with jerry barrow joe barrow that somebody comes out of nowhere in becomes like the talk of the town and then it's like. Oh wow okay. This makes sense and that guy goes on to have a great career. But joe burrow had one of the great college quarterback years is three of the game in the sec and won a national championship. So that's not. What zack wilson did last year. And if you think about guys like you know trevor lawrence. We've been talking about for two years. Maybe even more than that. Well we've been talking about. Trevor lawrence is freshman season at clemson. Right okay nother example plus. He was physical both justin. Herbert and trevor lawrence are physically impressive. Both at six foot six justin harbor. We're talking about the year before about the giants potentially drafting him and then he went back because his brother was playing. Wanna play with his brother and he came out the next year and yada yada yada. But zac wilson is. He's an out of nowhere guy. I wouldn't say that now guy he's been an mvp in three bowl games. He the entirety ballgames poll games. Bowl games most games. What am i talking about the national championship game. We're talking about the famous idaho potato knew. It was the potato one. The able i played in the aloha bowl was the mvp and then they took it away from me at the end of the game. Yeah and then the twenty twenty boca raton bowl. Eddie i mean he's an mvp. Tell you the boca raton bowl. Yes you're really gonna use the mvp the boca raton ball as resume. Booster part of it. Did he beat in the poker. It tone east-west southern tennessee state police slow now. They beat university of central florida. Ucf twenty-three tell me that ucf is a real team. They yes they are okay so still my opinion out of nowhere. Okay so yeah. I wanted to fend the kid. And i have defended him. Ninety nine point. Nine percent of the time until i heard him say he had a show his swagger did the nfl and to its personnel..
"three bowls" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"As of, you know, mid February short term the markets Look, look look like they want to go higher from here. Lot. We are seeing some signals. They're awesome institutions that are beginning to dump stock. But there are plenty that when this when the selloffs to occur there being Purchased on the dips, so there's a big buying the dip buying still occurring, so there's a big tug of war. I mean, the markets are our extended here. They are historically very rich. Um so, but short term out. Technicals are pointing to higher stock prices for the near term. But that could all change overnight again are our gym, if a, which is a proprietary algorithm? It's very, very accurate in forecasting which way the dominant money flows are, whether they're incoming or not flowing. Got it now. I was looking at the investor sentiment survey. And it looks like a bullish sentiment jumped up this week and bear sentiment. Got got reduced. So looks like Peeler becoming more optimistic about the stock that exactly this week. It's almost with 2 to 1 ratio. Typically, when you hit a 2 to 1 ratio, a short term top is near. When you when we hit off 321 raised here when there's three bowls every bear, then significant, declined to Billy Crystal. We're not there yet. But if this bullishness continues over the next 1 to 2 to three weeks. We can look for a sizable pull back in the markets. But as of right now, things did. Things looked positive for the upside, right. Okay, So you subscribe to the theory that things come in waves, right? You have run ups and you have run downs, OK, And so, do you see that this run up? You know, it's hard to predict when it's gonna end. But it will end at some point is that is that fair to say everything comes to an end. There was a way to count principle. It's called the Elliot Wave. It's It was invented. I believe in the 19 twenties. Um Hi, Mr Elliot and it Zafira Way theory, meaning that there's five waves and to every cycle you have the initial wave where there's a lot of doubt that the rallies even beginning then you have a corrective wave to then you have another thrust high. We just wait three. Where a lot of people get on board. Then you have another pullback way for and then you have five. Wait, wait five, which is When things get silly when everybody comes into the market, And as we saw over the last couple of weeks we had the game stopped fiasco. I was reading an article I believe on Yahoo business where I believe this city 30% of the U. S population during that game Stop fiasco with AMC Stock and BlackBerry stock that Almost 30% of the American adult population traded one of those vehicles during that time period. Have. That is that is That that's scary. That's scary, because it shows you that everybody is in and when everybody's into the market, just like we saw in 1999, the rug gets pulled out, and when it happens, it is catastrophic. It is vicious and it is quick. Where people just don't have time to get out. And another thing that everybody should watches when the volatility picks up when you have these massive swings that the upside downside intraday That's when you know that typically occurs at the top because When the market is going to collapse. It's going to take both the Bulls and the Bears. It's gonna It's gonna run higher and then those that Embarrassed You're going to throw in the town. Then all the sudden it's gonna correct And those that are bullshit, like Oh, This is it. This is this is this is so here's the Big one. And they're gonna start shorting the whole rip high. I'll take them out and this vicious volatility when that begins to bask in the form of top, And then there will be an inflection point where the rug gets pulled out. And you know you will see the doubt collapse. 567 8000 points in a matter of days on will be scary, but with with every scary event, there's always opportunity. Right. So your email subscribers they're gonna be getting The notice. When you see the technicals indicate that we're at the top, and we're about to go down, you'll be emailing all your subscribers now's the time to get more cautious or even right. Absolutely so if you want to get these signals For three weeks and no cost text the word Spartan 2474747, or if you want to speak to us. Does tactical management fit into your portfolio? Remember, it's there is risk you could lose money. Just like you can investing in the regular stock market. It's a different kind of risk, and sometimes the market goes down and this can make money. And sometimes the mark goes up on this won't make money or even lose, so it depends on The accuracy of the trades, But we have a pretty good track record. So if anyone wants to figure out maybe diversify your portfolio instead of having all buy and hold what if the market crashes? Is there at least a chance, and some of your portfolio is actually making money. During that time calls it 866 wealthy calls it 866. Well, they talk to us a little bit about your situation. It could be a five minute call. We could sort of figure out what you're doing. And if it's even worth having discussion about whether this strategy would make sense for you and benefit you, So, uh Obviously, the best way to see is get three weeks of the signals and the analysis and you'll see Is this something that makes sense doesn't resonate with you. And is it something that could help you have better performance in your portfolio? 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"three bowls" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"In person at one of our officers are meeting locations in Miami in Aventura for lottery elbow, Crotone, West Palm Beach and Jupiter. So we have our trader from New York. P George. Accomplice. How are you, Pete? I'm doing wonderful, Keith. How are you? Great, Thank God. So let me give a little background. Pete is a trader and he has subscribers to a daily update that he provides. Some people are paying, I guess about 1000 a month. For your daily update and you tell them in the short term, meaning the next day or a few days or a week. What you expect the market to do whether it's going to go up or go down and then you also give recommendations about how to capitalize on that, right. So is that accurate? Very accurate. All right, So they say that most people lose money when they try to trade. How would you respond to that? That's 100% true. If you if you Google what percentage of traders lose money in the market over or a one year period Depending on the study, roughly 93 to 95% of active traders lose money. By the end of the year about 3 to 4%. Break even You have one under 1% that actually make money during the year. So if if you're actively getting in and out of the market Theosophy stacked against you that that you're going to be successful. So why are you trading them? Why my trading because we have been trading for well over 35 years, And the key to trading successfully is to do exactly the opposite of what the masses are doing. Okay, So if you think about it, 95% of traders of are losing money. All you have to figure out is what they're doing and do the opposite. And if you do the opposite you have five. You 5% chance of making money. Okay, so that makes sense. That's logical. So what are some of the tools that you can use to determine what the 95% of the traders are doing? That the two tools that we use that that are out of the most valuable tools out. There are number one investment sentiment. So, um, again, 95% of the traders whose money figure figure out what they're doing, go against them and you'll be successful. So we look at investor sentiment so When investors are excessively bullish will show up the market when they're excessively barrish look along the market, but you know it does take. It does take weeks, if not months for them to get to those extremes on another very, very valuable tool that we use is we have a, uh Proprietary algorithm. It's called the G M F a, the gamma money flow algorithm, and what that does is that it takes end of day tick data it analyzed, it puts into a formula. The volume of optics and down ticks in the indexes and a select group of stocks. And it puts out a number between zero and 500 on zero, minus 500. And it's able to determine whether institutional money is flowing into the market or whether it's flowing out of the market. Now this tool is very, very valuable whenever On indexes rallying to an all time high or around to a multi week high. And then we begin to have that versions is inside this GMs a meaning that the stock market's hitting is sitting in your high, but the gentlemen phase printing and negative value. That means that institutional money is coming out of the market, and the market typically virtually always corrects whenever this divergence occurs. Dad. So we utilize Pete signals managed account of Charles Schwab that we manage her clients and in 2019. Think Pete was up over 100% using this method. We started using it in September of 2019, and our accounts were up 31.62% for the last four months. The year versus the SNP was only up 11 during that time and in 2019 I mean in 2020, rather theater count was a 19%. The S and P was up 18%. So we didn't really beat the s and p by that much, But I can tell you that anyone who invested in the S and P 500 had the watch their account. Go down over 20% 30% at some point and then come back, finally make a profit. So with this manage the count, we never endured that kind of loss because we were actually in cash. And actually, short part of the time that the market is going down. So you were able to achieve the same result as the S and P in 2020 without the extreme whipsaw volatility, So that was really good, Pete and then the first month in January The strategy was up 5.75 when the S and P was was down 1%, So we had a first Good month. Anyone who wants to get the daily updates, by the way simply text the word Spartan 2474747 text the word Spartan 2474747. And we'll get you the daily updates. Now things could change quickly right now. I guess it looks like the markets are starting off February very strong. Doing very well this month. What is the short term forecast? You see that continuing or do you see the markets pulling back here? As of, you know, mid February short term the markets Look, look look like they want to go higher from here. What we are seeing some signals. They're awesome institutions that are beginning to dump stock. But there are plenty that when this when these sell offs to occur, that being Purchased on the dips, so there's a big buying the dip buying still occurring, so there's a big tug of war. I mean, the markets are or extended here. They are historically very rich. Um so, but short term out. Technicals are pointing to higher stock prices for the near term. But that could all change overnight again are our Jim Matheny, which is a proprietary algorithm. It's very, very accurate in forecasting which way the dominant money flows are, whether they're incoming or not flowing. Got it now. I was looking at the investor sentiment survey. And it looks like a bullish sentiment jumped up this week and bear sentiment. Got got reduced, so looks like people are becoming more optimistic about the stock that exactly this week. It's almost with 2 to 1 ratio. Typically, when you hit a 2 to 1 ratio, a short term top is near. When you when we hit off 321 raised here when there's three bowls every bear, then significant, declined to Billy Crystal. We're not there yet. But if this bullishness continues over the next 1 to 2 to three weeks. We can look for a sizable pull back in the markets. But as of right now, things did. Things looked positive for the upside, right. Okay, So you subscribe to the theory that things come in waves, right? You have run ups and you have run downs, OK, And so, do you see that this run up? You know, it's hard to predict when it's gonna end. But it will end at some point is that is that fair to say everything comes to an end. There was a way to count principle is called the Elliot Wave. It's It was invented. I believe in the 19 twenties. Um Hi, Mr Elliot and it Zafira Way theory, meaning that there's five waves in to every cycle. You have the initial wave. Where, where There's a lot of doubt that the rallies even beginning then you have a corrective wave to then you have another thrust high. We just wave three. Where a lot of people get on board. Then you have another pullback way for and then you have five. Wait, wait five, which is When things get silly when everybody comes into the market, And as we saw over the last couple of weeks we had the game stopped fiasco. I was reading an article I believe on Yahoo business where I believe this city 30% of the U. S population during that game Stop fiasco with AMC Stock and BlackBerry stock that Almost 30% of the American.
"three bowls" Discussed on WGN Radio
"You travel. Anyone traveling on us plain ships, ferries, trains, subways, Busses, taxis and ride shares required to wear a mask. The T s a man out enforced mask wearing at screening checkpoints and designated airport areas. It's not clear how they intend to enforce the new rules. At least 20 people were shot in Chicago over the weekend. Chicago police confirming three of the victims have died. 25 year old man was fatally shot driving in the 7100 block of South green Sunday just before 6 P.m.. Police say two men approached the cars. It was stopped and opened fire, police say. Sunday afternoon, A man was driving in the 4700 block of South Michigan Avenue when he stopped to talk to someone who then opened fire. He was hit three times and died at University of Chicago Medical Center. Chicago Police are planning to release the January crime numbers later today. Ryan Burrow, WGN news. The East Coast is now getting walloped with heavy snow travel's been snarled for millions. At least 1600 flights have been canceled today and another 3 50 have already been canceled for Tuesday. States remain dead. Georgia are dealing with this nor'easter in the Chicago area. Many are still digging out after the winter weekend storm, but not everyone's upset about having to shovel and clear almost a foot of snow. I'm from L A. So it's different, but I think it's beautiful, but it's kind of a hindrance. When I need to get somewhere we'll have the full forecast coming up. Americans desired to get outdoors during the pandemic is creating a season. Unlike Any other and more than two decades for the snowmobiling industry from Maine to Montana, it's difficult to find a new snow mobile for sale or rent. The International Cinema Snowmobile Manufacturers Association says the U. S and Canada count for more than $30 billion in sales this year. WGN Sports Here's Kevin Pal balls have dropped three straight the most recent Saturday against Portland, with the Blazers winning The last second three bowls, hosting the nine and 12 Knicks tonight. Gonzaga and Baylor of continue their season long Iran atop the ape men's college basketball pole. Zags receiving 61 1st place votes. Taylor had the other three. Villanova's number three, followed by Michigan and Houston in baseball. Boston Red Sox second basement, Dustin Pedroia is retiring. He was the 2007 rookie of the year in the A. L M V P in his second season, but he played in a total of nine games over the in his last three seasons because of a knee injury. A three time all Star Pedroia spent all 17 of his seasons with the Red Sox and pitchers and catchers scheduled a report in a little over two weeks. Major League Baseball is proposing the start of spring training be moved back a month. I've also proposed a 154 game season while implementing the D H to the National League and expanding the post season. The players union is expected to reject Major League Baseball's proposal. I'm Kevin Powell, w G and sports and out Tom's Skillings forecast from the primacy of weather Center Tonight partly cloudy We drop into the low twenties tomorrow. Partly sunny back in the low thirties but still breezy Wednesday, mostly sunny highs in the mid thirties. Your money on W. G m The Dow closed up 228 points today. NASDAQ Up 3 30 to the S and P 500. Up. 59 points Gold Up today. Oil up a dollar 36 $53.56 The vics that the CBO we down almost three points. I'm Kim Gordon on Chicago's very own. 7 20 w gm. Yeah. This week at Macy's Get 22 65% off Great Valentine's Day gifts They're sure to love Give them something amazing from the F B diamond and gemstone collections now, 60 to 65%.
"three bowls" Discussed on WTOP
"Ahead connect with Jennifer 8877611 cell or online and Jennifer Young home. Com Honey News in 25 55. Let's bring Jeff Klee Bine. After all those records last week Wall Street will start a brand new week lower, maybe sharply lower S and P 500 futures are down about 1% 5 minutes ahead of the opening bell. Pick up trucks. They're still big sellers in America pickups were five of the 10 best selling vehicles last year. Led by the Ford F Series, the number one selling vehicle for the 39th straight year. Yes, Serious was followed by the Silverado and the Dodge Ram ranks Number two and number three. Bowling Alley is replacing a former Macy's store. Washington Business Journal says Bolero is opening in the Tysons Galleria. Macy's, which closed last May. It'll be Valero's fifth D. C area location. Jeff Global WTLV NEWS Money News brought to you by the D. C lottery. When you play the D. C lottery, you never know how much you win. Maybe you'll win big and maybe you'll win a little. Either way. Every win is a win, isn't it? Still ahead, Preparations are underway for a second impeachment of President Trump. It's 9 26 Getting out of debt can be like climbing a mountain. But Navy federal can guide you to the top. Start things off for their special intro raid on balance transfers with our platinum credit card with a great sense, lowest 5.99% minimal interest payments and no annual or balance transfer feet. Conquer your debt in no time with our platinum credit card. You're one transfer away from financial freedom. Navy.
"three bowls" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"W F l A P D 11 After six and again our number 800. 9699352. By the way I was reading about Nicholas the Dolphin. At the Clearwater Marine Aquarium. Would you learn Nicholas? Well, you're familiar with Nick Lowe Sancho that's been famous for predicting All games and things like that. Yes, In fact, Yeah. Nicholas great puzzle solver. Yep, and he had With 10 correct sports predictions out of 17 since 2017 and he last year, predicted the Super Bowl in MBA. Finals winners. This is where I should quit. Gambling were a dolphin is doing better than I am. Yeah, that was going to say what you need to do is go over there to the aquarium and find out who the dolphin is picking. You got all this bowl game picks, right? People are gonna be like, What is this guy? LSD? I'm talking to a dolphin. Who should I pick in tonight's game. Do you like the spread? Yeah. He picked Mississippi over Indiana in the Outback Bowl. Picked Ohio State to be Clemson in the Sugar Bowl. The dolphin shows the upset, Yeah, that Alabama to beat Notre Dame and the Rose Bowl. And all of more right. So if you went over there and Major big bets on what? What the dolphin was picking. That would have been incredible. My dad likes to call me on Sunday morning just to see who I liked. Who? My Pixar. So when I pick my next victim of the Taliban was from Nicholas the Dolphin Okay to make Nicholas that thought is that some gangster in New York Nicholas became a permanent resident, said resident at the Clearwater Marine Aquarium in 2002 when he was Rescued is a calf and unable to survive on his own in the wild, So they brought him in. And I don't know when this thing started with making the sports picks, but The New York floats up and comes up under the one he thinks is going to win and I got your wedding today. Nikki that dolphin on Nicky D Did Nicky the Dolphins got the Jets by seven. Yeah, Nikki that the But anyway, I got all his three bowl games correct and Have toe see what he says about Super Bowl or when we get some Major picture stuff like that. But when I'm rich, I'm gonna buy you a new technical is the dolphin. Not that you don't have a great one already at the aquarium. Hey, By the way, there was some incredible honors here. An incredible honor. The Saint Pete Pierre. Was named a runner up for the U. S. A. Today's best new attraction of 2020. Can we all agree as anyone? Everyone been to the pier already? I haven't been there yet. Have I have not? We talked about the fact that it might be a little overrated is a little overrated. I think so. Top attractions in the country. Yeah, about that. There's restaurants like that's that's really all there is right. I mean, there's a There's an amazing art display. Let's Let's not forget about the forget edged to play and all that stuff right now the family down the street. Parks everywhere. It is beautiful. It's a beautiful Pierre and I know they spent a lot of money on it. Well, I don't think it's not that I don't love it. I don't think we've been able to you and that's the thing. I don't even think we really even scratched the surface on what we can do. They're considering it all reopened during Cove. It Yeah. Hear me extra we'll We'll tell you what USA today had to say about the pier and who Feet appear and being the top attraction. 6 15. Right now, let's go to the new German Chris treatment. President Trump is maintaining he won Georgia and wants officials to find the votes that prove he did, Trump said In a taped phone call with Georgia Secretary of State Brad Wrappings Burger he needed to find nearly 12,000 votes in the state, where President elect Joe Biden was declared the winner..
"three bowls" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"In school history as they attempt to cap off a perfect season against Georgia. In the peach ball coach as an assistant at Ohio State. You took part in many games like this, but for Cincinnati, this is just the third bowl of this magnitude in school history. Does it feel different? For you. It does. Obviously I'm in a different seat in some ways, but that's one of those things that we've talked to our guys about that. This is only the third time on our long history of football here to be in this situation, Regardless of what kind of year it is. S so this is an incredible feat. This is an incredible opportunity, but I think more than anything, this is kind of really given us a trajectory toe to the expectations, not just as individuals but for our program, So there's a lot on the line here. We're excited about it. But we understand this still about the performance is still about the preparations that we've done on day enjoying what we've done, But knowing that we've got a job to do normally, a bowl trip is a bit of a vacation at least early in the week, but not this year due to covert 19. How is that impacted the experience? Well, it's complete different experience. It's still any ball game to go to a still about the game. But there are a lot of things that change upto give you some even how your practice or where your practice of the surface you practice on. This is uniquely different that there's not gonna be much of anything different, so I think you really got to kind of look at it is yes, it's still a great opportunity. Yes, it's still a great experience, and it is a a bonus toe having a great season. But you really gotta kind of dig it yourself as a competitor and say Okay, well, the greatest thing about this bowl is the opportunity for us to have to compete against the very best on a really, really big stage. And if that doesn't pull at you, then you're probably in the wrong sport. Three games into the season. Some people were wondering if you should bench Desmond Ritter. Now, many of the same people are worried that he will leave school early for the NFL. Has Desmond redder, become one of the best quarterbacks in college football. And do you expect him back next year? Think does has a decision to make and only he can make that decision. And, you know, I still think that he's got a ceiling that is really, really high. But no, we have benefited a lot from what Desmond writer has done. Hey, has continued to grow as you guys know, I've never doubted from the beginning of the season, where he was and how he was playing. It just was kind of a lot of things that had to come together. So he is one of the best you know, and for us and our program of what he means for it. You know, sometimes they talk about the Heisman Trophy. It's the guy that means the most of their team. Well, I know he's not up for the Heisman. He's not there, but I know that there's no but it means more for our team. Your defense has been tremendous this year, allowing just 16 points a game despite facing five opponents that averaged more than 30, What makes you smile when you watch these guys play? Enjoy. They have the fun they have. You know, when it when it gets down to crunch time, they want to just challenge people. And it's not like, you know. Hey, that Z. Let's back off. Let's be a little softer and even in tough times, So you know to see how competitive they really are. You know is what really makes you happy inside. Make sure enjoy what you're doing. You know you're not gonna be perfect, and especially going into a game like this, that you're gonna be against some competition that maybe you haven't seen But they're so competitive at what they do that you know, no matter what the situation no matter if they get beat, whatever. At some point time, they just want to continue to compete. And you can't ask for anything more than that. This week you referred to Georgia is the most talented opponent you have faced in four years. It's Cincinnati. In what ways I just think personnel wise. I think what it is that they do. And then how you match up. I know a lot of people would say, Well, you know, we played Ohio State last year. It was still it was early in the season. It was wait two or three. And obviously their quarterback was not what he was. You know, You didn't know a lot about about him. So I think as a whole, you just didn't see the complete confidence. I think where Georgia is and what they've done in the last 34 weeks. Their quarterback, you really kind of see Have the confidence building. You see a little bit more of the you know the style that they really want to be. I think early in the year they were still searching in some ways offensively and like we talked about when you're searching at the quarterback position, it doesn't give everybody the most confidence. You have a great defense, but I think when all of a sudden you settle it, and you believe in what you're doing with the quarterback in particular, uh, it makes everybody around him better and gives everybody a lot of confidence. And that's just what I see George out right now. You've won 31 games over the last three years, You've signed the highest rated recruiting classes in school history. Can you quantify what a win would mean today? No, I don't like to focus on just the wind. And I've told our guys that since we started preparing for this if we worry about and focus on the wind and what that means and what it's gonna take, I think you get distracted. And then you know when things start to happen, or you get punched in the mouth, you don't know how sometimes react responses. All you can think about is how do we win? When you really gotta look at those little objectives and things you got to do every day. The things you've got to continue to do in the process that will give you the outcome that you want. And so no, we haven't focused on it. I haven't focused on I haven't thought about what I would do. Because I don't know that that keeps us on line for what we want to be able to do s o at some point time. We'll have to worry about that. Right now. We're focused on what the process is gonna be and how we're going to go about it. Coach. Best of Luck. Today. It's Cincinnati vs Georgia in the Peach Bowl in a pregame coverage will continue in just a moment, a news radio 700 wlw, We can all stand behind, creating a greener planet win together,.
Former Giants coach Ray Perkins dies at 79
"Buck's head coach Ray Perkins, has died at the age of 79 Perkins was at the helm of the Buccaneers from 1987 through 1990 with the win loss record of 19 and 41. He also played for it later coached Alabama winning three bowl games Coach The New York Giants 1979 to 1982 Perkins was 79.
You Cant Outrun Your Fork
"And today. We are going to cite you with a show about gluten called. You can't outrun your work. Dr Louis came up with that. Catchy Title I think he stole it. Perhaps from someone else but We liked it so extra. That's right but so we're GONNA talk to you about foods that might cause you to want more of the same and some very exciting testing information that we have been waiting very long time for Where it would be convenient for you and great reports and ways for you to determine gluten or wheat sensitivity so to day Dr Louis Would you explain to us about gluten and why it such a big problem? And why would someone be intolerant to it and you know what does it? 'cause what's the big deal with gluten gluten free so big deal right? I think it is a big deal. some of the research says is one out of one hundred or two out of hundred. That has gluten intolerance ILIAC disease. You know if you have that kind of Gi Issues go see your Gi doctor. So you're in tarnished Get the test made. Although we're going to tell you about tasks that you can do with us that I found to be. Oh my God blow you into new reality of knowledge and understanding again. I'M GONNA go down too much rabbit. Trails You know when I read this thing in interior. Was you know everybody should follow Tara? She really good health coach and she rat some pretty intelligent newsletters. Just like brandy does for Janet May You know I think anyone that puts beans chiles kind of a heathen might not love the Lord. But it's not just about beans beans can have issues too but mostly we don't talk about. Grind grain is not good and some of the myths. 'cause I I really think Janice going to get into more detail than me but and I hear this all the time but I'm eating whole wheat bread because I'm getting whole grains well usually Whole wheat break usually doesn't contain very much of the whole grind because the number one ingredient he's usually called wheat flour There's nips but I love my oatmeal. It's like well. I two or three bowls boat meal per year and I think it's the most nutritious thing you can eat breakfast. I personally think that's very very not true. And I think it's better than a breakfast. You know of sugary cereal but OATMEAL has a pretty high glycemic load. And so I don't think that's a good thing because it generally means when you have a high glycemic stuff. It usually means that you're going to spend the rest of the day over eating because you're hungry because of glycemic index Well you know I think we need to back up a little bit here and tell people why we got so involved with gluten you know before we we tell people. Don't eat gluten you know. It's not good but at the same time we didn't have a personal experience with it or where we could relate to own my goodness. That's what's causing it. If it's many of you have been listening to us for years. Thank you so much or someone that's new. You know the personal history there with why we found this out is because Dr Lewis was experiencing severe stomach pains to the point. He thought he was going to die. I mean I was bitterly I. I was giving him everything that I knew to give him. And you know we know all about nutrition for those of you that don't like me Janice WanNa keep me alive so ninette and happy but he I would give him so many things and it was like nothing was making it right and it got so bad. He tried to take out extra life insurance because he was sure he wasn't going to make it. And you know how God works. He sends people longer path. When it's just your bleakest darkest hour and shows you something you would not have listened to previously and incomes a Representative or actually. We had a a one of our bottom representatives. Tell us about this country. This company called vibrant labs and they did A lot of blood work with just a little bit of blood and we were very excited about it because we thought well you know. We don't really know what we need to have run. We've got a pretty good deal going with our lab companies. Now you guys get great pricing on the labs we you know. I don't know how this is going to help us. And she said but they'll do a gluten test on you and wheat sensitivity and food sensitivity testing and and maybe Dr Lisk and find out what's wrong so when we did the testing at that time it was a blood draw and it had to be a person that came to your office or they came to your house and they drew the blood and then it was sent off Which we did and Dr. Louis came back that he was not only gluten intolerant but he was borderline Celia disease. Which is what that turns into if it's uncontrolled so you know telling someone to quit eating gluten and then seeing it on a on a report where it's glaring at you telling you this is the result of you. Eating gluten is two different things which made us want to start offering this test. So Dr Lewis Stop Gluten. He thought well that's the issue. I'll stop it. He did and immediately. He started feeling better and I thought so. I did the test mine. Wasn't that bad. It wasn't great turns out that anybody who lives in the United States has it to some degree because of the Chemical crawls and the increase in gluten in the grange compared to what it was a few decades ago right and so we both more so than I will make sure he does not eat gluten in a meal and I cannot tell you the difference in how you feel with your digestive system. You know if you're suffering from you know things like bloating and brain fog and and you eat something that you just feel like it. Just you can't. You're not gonNA ever process it. It's probably because you have some sort of an allergy to it But belly pain diarrhoea. Muscle pain anxiety. Headaches nausea confusion numbness. They're all signs of it. And frankly with the lab testing the way it was at the time. And I know many of you and I'm sweating explaining this many of you've been asking us when you're GonNa get this going because we really want to do this We couldn't count on having a person that would draw the blood all the time everywhere because we are able to to draw lab across the United States. It's not always convenient place for someone to get drawn so vibrant look really just came out with The ability to have it as a finger prick test in your home so the way it works is we've said everything up on our website. It's under Specialty panels tab at the top and it explains to you. What all is in this test? And these tests that we've seen before because Dr has looked at them many times from different companies there about three thousand dollars to run what we're running for six hundred dollars and the fact that it can be a finger prick test in your home so you're secure. You don't have to go to a lab which a lot of people are scared of now and it doesn't take that much blood to do. All of this is just. We're just so excited to be bringing it to you But they have what? You're what you'll get for that six hundred dollars as a wheat. Zumur panel a leaky gut panel and a food sensitivity profile panel of ninety. Six foods Where'd you fill out the Hell Star Bay? If you've not done our health survey it'll ask you it. It includes Wheat Gluten and electons. And then you'll be able to pick two more primary foods that you eat the most of and those are added but it it detects wieght and gluten related disorders it aids in this specific recognition of antibodies to wheat peptides including gluten and non gluten components along with intestinal permeability. It allows detection of protein. Antibodies associated with wheat and gluten sensitivities. Were information to reduce monitor and manage the inflammatory effects of those sensitivities. So you'll be able to tail and it. It gives it to you in beautiful reports. It tells you what you may be missing nutritionally not specifically our products but just in general which Dr Lewis will turn around and come up with products that are ours to correlate to these tests. So that you'll know which things you need. So Dr Lewis. Can you explain to us? How Leaky Gut. Why why would we test for that so much? You know what? What is it? We're trying to see with leaky gut. Well the Gluten Causes Zanjan Zanjan opens up the gaps and then the leaky gut can absorb poorly digested food. Proteins back to our microbes and it gets things in your blood stains bloodstream. You don't really want It's just a bad thing. A you know anybody. Listen to enough my podcast. Now that I get in different moods well. I'm in a different mood today. You know you know my main thing I want to say. Today's it's you know we. We named this thing. It's hard to run your Fort It's also hard to lose weight when you have overactive knife and fork so folks you've gotta take responsibility Lake Innis is very very very common number. We'll get into maybe a little bit of detail but you know I looked up. Some research and it said leaking can be reduced by Herbs Courson Journal and Pharmacology And we have had trouble keeping our courson slash Brahma Lane in stock although we have in stock now because there was plenty of research that says corser tend to really really good for things that are Respiratory illnesses you. Draw your own conclusion there but It's really good because it has not just the Carson but rude and Brahma Lane. Pat Pain Pancreatic and which includes lap as protease and analyze. Because you need the enzymes and it's really really good. My Barranca have always always been a my weak area and I've been talking to in the morning to at night and you know it also lowers inflammation because that shows in your c reactive protein. Her chance heart attack and stroke and I've been taking it home I got. I feel better than I felt in years but given up. The gluten was good thing so think about the gut leak in this can be reduced by taking a course. It's not just about lowering your c reactive protein. It's about all kinds of other things. I'd say get away from grains I have plenty of stuff here depend on how much you WanNa get into but You have to you know. Had One patient says well. I did a test and I learned to get off of whatever food was bothering her. The number one is weight Number two is milk like if you have colitis or IBS and again if you WANNA really
AP source: Colts agree to 1-year deal with QB Philip Rivers
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Durant among 4 Nets to test positive for new coronavirus
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Sawyer Smith, Troy Hang on vs. Buffalo to Win 2018 Dollar General Bowl
"Expired the other match up the Dollar General bowl. That's buffalo and Troy the bulls have never won a bowl game. Oh to try playing in a bowl for third straight season. Having won their last three bowl appearances. Buffalo comes in. Having won a school record ten games this season. It is the buffalo bulls up top twenty four twenty one they play third quarter Trojans quarterback Sawyer Smith has to scoring