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Why Is There No War on Alcohol?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:22 min | Last week

Why Is There No War on Alcohol?

"I published in the 80s and 90s. I published a newsletter. So sort of pre Internet. And one was called ultimate issues from which we got the name of the third hour on Tuesdays in my show. And the other was called the prager perspective. I'm almost certain it is so long ago that it was an ultimate issues. That I wrote my lead article on the war on tobacco. And my key point was there's something morally obtuse going on. Why is there no war on alcohol since people who smoke hurt themselves, whereas people who drink, I should be more precise. Can hurt themselves. And people who drink can hurt others. There's mothers against drunk drivers, there's no mothers against smoking drivers.

Uber Driver Posts Sign Not to Ask Nationality

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:40 sec | Last week

Uber Driver Posts Sign Not to Ask Nationality

"I saw a sign that somebody posted from their Uber, I got to talk to you about this. Maybe the third hour because the next hour is male female, guy had a plaque like sine on the so that the passenger could read it, please don't ask me where I'm from. I find that disgusting and offensive and so on. Yeah, exactly. It's the opening theme of this week's fireside chat. If you're not

AJ Benza on Dating Paula Abdul

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:13 min | Last week

AJ Benza on Dating Paula Abdul

"Paul and Abdul proved to be too much to handle. I got to admit, I mean, very pretty girl, but man oh man, she was going through some shit back then that they eventually blamed on severe jaw pain from some accident she had. I remember reading about it during the time during the time it happened, but you know, she got a thumb pills, period. She got hooked on pain pills, it happens to the best of us. And the painful she would take and would not good for her. Look, I just think she little nuts. That's the bottom line. She's got a really good heart. You can tell that from the first minimum to you with her, but sometimes she'd call me and I'm talking about three, four hours crying, not crying, crying, not crying. I didn't take too many more of those phone calls after the first one. And then my agent heard that my manager gave me her number. So now he's desperate to meet her. So it's an exclusive. I said, no, it's not exclusive. I'm not even doing it though. I just hanging out with her. I said, you want a number? Here's the number. Call her. He starts calling her. And two weeks later, I meet him. He goes, thanks for telling me about the three hour crying phone calls. I said, sorry, buddy. Some things you gotta figure out on your

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5 Takeaways From BTS' New Album 'Proof' - The GRAMMYs

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 weeks ago

5 Takeaways From BTS' New Album 'Proof' - The GRAMMYs

"KPop group BTS drops a new three disc anthology album with three new songs KPop fans are having a moment just days after an appearance at The White House BTS is out with a new album called proof It's got 48 tracks including many of the band's hit singles solo versions previously unreleased demos and three new songs The official music video for the lead single yet to come the most beautiful moment racked up 14 million views within three hours on YouTube Band members say the album is a reflection on their past and a message for their fans who've been with them for the past 9 years I'm

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Pat Castle Is a Very Accomplished Man of Faith

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:55 min | Last month

Pat Castle Is a Very Accomplished Man of Faith

"Have you heard of life runners? Yes, you have. If you're listening to the program, I'm talking to the founder of life runners, you can go to life runners dot org, the founder is pat castle now, pat. I got a, I got a note here that tells me you're not just the founder of life runners. You graduated from the air force academy and you went on to get a PhD in nano analytical chemistry. And if I had a dime for everybody who claimed to have a PhD in nano analytical chemistry, I would have one dime. Right now. No, it's just kind of funny because you're obviously a brainy guy and you were involved militarily. I mean, just reading this, you did ten military assignments, including the weapons of mass destruction, defense officer at the base closest to Osama bin Laden on the September 11th. You were an air force academy chemistry professor. You've been doing all kinds of stuff. You have raced 22 marathons, you love Jesus. And you are, I mean, my most impressive thing is that you got a two 53 in the Marine Corps marathon. Hats off to you, my friend. That's awesome to run a sub three hour marathon. I've never run a marathon, but I just want to say, I plan to. But let me ask you just a few things. When did you were you raised in the faith or did something happen along the way that suddenly made you get serious about God? Raised in the faith. I remember in third grade when a sleepover, bob O'Connor said, pat, do you really think God is real? I remember thinking, what a silly question. Look around, of course God's real. And as you blend what you just shared, you know, my PhD in nano analytical chemistry, people would think, like, wow, you know, that must have been tough, keeping the faith. Not at all.

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Buffalo supermarket shooting: What do we know so far?

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | Last month

Buffalo supermarket shooting: What do we know so far?

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Daily Mail: Mothers Forced to by Intolerant Baby Formula Due to Shortage

Mark Levin

01:35 min | Last month

Daily Mail: Mothers Forced to by Intolerant Baby Formula Due to Shortage

"It looks like big baby formulas at it now As well as big electricity joining big meat big week big corn big oil in order to profiteer off the American people in this time of inflation What we need is more government more regulations More taxes more investigation We need to get to the bottom of this Well at the bottom of this is the American Marxist movement The long war on our economic system People trying to make America poor trying to destroy our capitalist system Desperate mothers are forced to buy formula They know will make babies sick as an unprecedented shortage leave shelves bare and prices rocket to a $120 they can due to a national recall and supply crisis Reads the daily mail Winter ball drop of Tennessee says she broke down after going to 6 stores calling others as far as three hours away they did not have her baby's formula The infamous neutrino the only formula her baby tolerates was out of stock Ball thrup is among a growing number of mothers who've resorted to desperate options to feed their babies as America continues to struggle with the shortage

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There Is So Much Freedom and Peace in Speaking Your Mind

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:25 min | 2 months ago

There Is So Much Freedom and Peace in Speaking Your Mind

"Have you found that when you step across that line when again that fear is there? I don't want to be identified this. I don't want to be called that way. But once you step across that line, step through that barrier, you suddenly realize it's not what they said it was going to be and you find that there is allies on the other side. They're saying, oh, I'm finally glad somebody else stood up and said what is truth. Yes, it's total freedom. I do three podcasts today, three hours of radio a day. Travel in the country always. And I know a lot of other people in media and they work for certain organizations and they're always reaching out like wow Charlie, like you really speak your mind. I say, yeah, because I don't have to report to somebody if I say something wrong. I'm not going to have to, you know, if I say something incorrect, I'll be the first one to apologize to you. But if I say something true and you don't like it, all right, whatever, there's a sense of freedom and a sense of peace that I want for all of you in your life where all of a sudden you do not care about what they could do to you. And that's not to say that you might not be in that situation right now. I understand that. There might be an employer, there might be somebody that might be threatening. But I do not believe that's how God actually wants you to live his life. You know, the story of the Old Testament largely is God giving abundant grace and delivering God's chosen people from tyranny into freedom, even though they didn't deserve

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Why Is Everyone Going to Ukraine Except Joe Biden?

The Trish Regan Show

01:34 min | 2 months ago

Why Is Everyone Going to Ukraine Except Joe Biden?

"Let's turn to another story. I want to know why everyone's going to Ukraine, but the president. I mean, they've all been there, right? Blinken, Angelina Jolie, even Nancy Pelosi. She braved the trip. Let me share with you per the AP, Pelosi, who is second in line to the presidency after the vice president just became the most senior American lawmaker to visit Ukraine since Russia's war began more than two months ago. Pelosi and the half dozen U.S. lawmakers with her met with Ukrainian president, Vladimir zelensky, and his top aides for three hours on Saturday to show and voice their support. Well, good for her. You know what? I rarely say this. You know, about Nancy Pelosi because I generally am not a tremendous fan, but good for her for going. That took courage and I'm sure, especially at her age, and I say age with no age bias here, but it is just a reality, right? Because as you get older, it gets harder. So at her age, she went over there. She risked her life. She went there and did that. And they were able to protect her as they were blinken as they were Austin. So what about the president? What about the vice president? Why aren't we sending anybody that's higher up like that? I think at some point he's going to have to go and I just wonder why that's being put off. I don't know the answer to that. I mean, there's speculation. Of course, you know, about how he's doing, given his own age, but there's probably also some concerns, some security concerns that may be quite real. So I just throw that out there and think about this. Nancy Pelosi went for the president still has not gone.

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The Power of Honoring the Sabbath

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:28 min | 2 months ago

The Power of Honoring the Sabbath

"Just wanted to ask as I've gotten more and more involved in politics and watching podcasts. I listen to two or three podcasts today. Option times. How do you keep your heart from getting hardened and wanting to be Jesus flipping over the tables, but like 24/7. Yeah, well, that's a great question. I'll give you a biblical answer to it. Last July, I was having a very difficult time. So with this. So I do three podcasts a day. I do three hours of radio a day. I spoke at 330 places last year on the road. We have 250 people on staff, got to raise a bunch of money, plus I got to deal with all the fun people The New York Times trying to destroy my life every single day, right? Amongst other things. So it's a lot, right? And not to mention, not exactly an uplifting news cycle, the last year and a half, right? It's just another kind of awful thing that one of the other. And I was talking to a pastor friend of mine in New York City. I was telling him this. And he just asked me, said, are you honoring the Sabbath? I said, no, I like I'm kind of doing a Sabbath ish thing, right? Kind of very, you know. And he said, you should really consider it. And so I did. And so every Friday night, I took a Jewish Sabbath. I turned my phone off completely. I'm unreachable, unreachable by the world. And from Friday night to Saturday night. And so I started doing it. It was really hard at first, but I just do it religiously, regardless of where I am. No one can contact me. No one can. And I just read a take notes, whatever. And it's been an unbelievable blessing.

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Josh Mandel: The Voters of Ohio Are Smart

Mark Levin

01:35 min | 2 months ago

Josh Mandel: The Voters of Ohio Are Smart

"And what's most important to me Josh mandel Is you have been a principled constitutional conservative A man who believes in free market capitalism a man who believes in securing our border man who believes in the most powerful military on the face they are The man who is confronted and fought the Republican establishment is entire political career that's what matters to me even more than any endorsement So what do you think when some guy gets on Twitter I'm back on Twitter as of three hours ago Some guy gets on four hours ago Twitter And accuses you of being a war mongering rhino Are you a warmongering rhino Josh mando Not at all I mean listen the voters of my state Mark they're smart And people lob false attacks against me like that The voters of Ohio see right through it because they know of all the people running for U.S. Senate here there's only one guy who has had the courage in the backbone to take on the rhinos here in Ohio I'm the only one that has the scars who's actually shed blood in the process of being John Kasich's worst nightmare When case it was doing the ObamaCare expansion when Kasich was doing the common core federal education standards when case it was trying to stop the pro life heartbeat bill when Kasich was trying to keep the state's finances in the dark Now where was JD Vance I'm just curious I'm bringing it up not you Where was JD Vance when all this was going on He was a registered Democrat living in San Francisco

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How Does Charlie Have So Much Energy?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | 2 months ago

How Does Charlie Have So Much Energy?

"Charlie, how and where do you get all this energy to travel over the place and do these events at the same time be married and tend to your marriage and have time to do hillsdale courses? I'm just ashamed of myself and my time management. Thanks so much, shabu. So look, we do a lot and we don't we don't rest a lot. But, you know, we do three hours of radio a day, which translates to three podcasts a day. We do one on Saturday one on Sunday. Just this week, I had an event every single night except Monday. Kris kross in the country, not to mention the work we do at turning point USA. And running that and managing that, we have a great operational team thankfully that we've been able to put there, but also raising the money for turning point and our 250 plus full-time employees. So look, I don't sit still well. There's work to do. I mean, you got to make a decision in your life where you just kind of sit around and hope things get better. You're going to start to do things. And you will live a much more meaningful life if you act. You'll live a much more meaningful life if you figure out the teleological reason for existence, which is just a really fancy, unnecessarily academic way of saying the purpose. What is your purpose? And so we've definitely found ours. And it's a grind sometimes. Travel the country, you're in new places every single day. We're doing one event tonight and then we got the two tomorrow and next week will be in Fresno and we have not we only missed and it was mainly because of a tactic up one hour of radio this week. So we were on the entire week, we also did the event with the great Candace Owens, a university of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, and that's coming off of last week where we did Berkeley boulder and Fullerton in a 72 hour window, and only missed one day of radio last week. So you guys helped make all that possible when you get behind our program and you help turning point USA and you help us. You subscribe to the Charlie Kirk, show podcast. Look, we're a podcast of action. And there's radio program of action. There's very few that are like that.

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The Resurrection Changed the World Forever

Latest Sunday Audio

00:58 sec | 2 months ago

The Resurrection Changed the World Forever

"Jesus appears. And they don't go, oh, so there is a hereafter. No, Jesus appears and they go, oh, this has changed the world forever. Because what has happened in the resurrection is cosmic in its significance, it is akin to what happened when God created the universe. You read the very beginning of the Bible and when you discover that, that it was darkness over the face of the land and into that the power and might of God shines. What do we find in cavalry? And there was darkness for three hours in the middle of the day, covering the whole place. An eerie stillness filling it. And now the light and the power and the presence of Jesus emerges. And that's why it says then and only then where they glad when they saw the lord.

Mitt Romney, Susan Collins, & Lisa Murkowski Are Three Narcissists

Mark Levin

01:35 min | 3 months ago

Mitt Romney, Susan Collins, & Lisa Murkowski Are Three Narcissists

"Mitt Romney voted against her about a year or two ago for the circuit court in Washington D.C. Since then her record has been further exposed as an extreme radical Who has coddled child pornographers and those who use it Coddled them Romney's decided despite the fact that more of this information has been revealed that he is going to vote for her Lisa Murkowski who wants to be reelected to the United States Senate Now we're bringing her Republican opponent on in the primary in the third hour She's announced that she's going to vote for Jackson And of course Susan Collins was the first one out of the box You see ladies and gentlemen these are self righteous narcissists They pretend that they're very thoughtful independent thinkers They're not thinkers at all They positioning themselves constantly Here you have Mitt Romney from the state of Utah who refuses to endorse incumbent senator Mike Lee in his reelection refuses to endorse incumbent senator Mike Lee in his reelection but his endorsing the most radical nominee ever made to the Supreme Court of the United States for a lifetime appointment Despite a record

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"three hour" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

Travel with Rick Steves

04:04 min | 3 months ago

"three hour" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

"It kind of opened our eyes. You know, we're in Amsterdam and you're seeing these hippies and freaks and smoking pot and the girls on Z dike street in the sex trade, and for a couple of teenage boys, that was kind of a, you're kind of trying to figure it all out. We were like two little Reese's monkeys huddling together and hugging each other, trying not to get into too much trouble. So you know evil, here's how evil. But when we flew home, the world was our playground. Think about all of that. I remember looking back on my journal from that trip, there was so many. Just mistakes that turned into great experiences. What's one of this mistakes that you remember? Well, when event that stands out and probably just sums up the whole trip for me. Remember, we tried to save money by not getting a hotel or a hostel, but we tried to sleep free on an empty train car that was parked in a training. Yes. And this train looked like it hadn't moved for decades. It was just sitting there. I thought moss was growing on its wheels. So both you and I look at each other like, we just struck it rich, you know? Hey, we could go into their slip into there. Nobody's looking. Nobody cares. Pull out all the chairs. That was when the chairs that faced each other pulled out and made a big Betsy at a double bed. We rolled out our sleeping day. We didn't even bother with our tube tent. That's right. Oh, we were kings. We were living there. It felt so good for about like three hours. And what made it feel even better, it was absolutely free. It was absolutely free. And we were so smart. But then in the middle of the night, lamb. The train jerks to us start, and we jerk wide awake and we're going to look at out the window like a what the heck and we didn't know where we're going. Yugoslavia was scary enough, suddenly we're hurtling through the night on a train that we don't have a ticket for. And we didn't know where the heck we were going. And I remember we felt like a couple of rudely awakened butterflies coming out of their cocoons.

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"three hour" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

Travel with Rick Steves

04:53 min | 3 months ago

"three hour" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

"To the people in power being elected by the people and then the question is who sets the policy that has to be the elected officials. And the public servants have to carry it out. You can't have all 2 million federal employees saying, you know, I don't agree with that policy. So I'm not going to do that. I'm going to do it my way. And that goes from your mail carrier to your air traffic controller to your foreign service officer overseas to our military. Now, in my current role, I'm able to speak publicly about a lot of things, one of them is our foreign service supporting defending the members of our foreign service. We have 17,000 members in our association. And I can say whatever I want about that, I still stay away from controversial policy issues or politics, because I represent everybody in our profession and people have different viewpoints. And I've got to represent them all. I suppose something fundamental is you believe in diplomacy. You believe in engagement. And that's not a left right thing necessarily, but some political powers don't believe in diplomacy and others are in more enthusiastic about it. You know, I mean, imagine a pointing and ambassador to the United Nations who doesn't even believe in the United Nations. That's something that I would think diplomat would be disappointed in. Well, I think those of us who choose this profession and who get chosen for it feel pretty passionate about it because fundamentally diplomacy is the only real alternative to war and destruction and death and suffering. I mean, that's putting it very. It's a fact. And so, you know, in terms of making sure that we have the resources and the people to do it, a former defense secretary once said, if you don't give enough money for diplomacy, you're going to have to give me more weapons and ammunition. And that's simplistic, but it's basically true. I want to talk about that in just a minute, but first before we leave this the appropriateness of political, I would imagine President Biden is frustrated you in some ways, and I imagine president Trump also did. Share with us just a frustration you've got with our current president and a frustration you had with president Trump. Well, I think a common frustration that we always have is a lack of appreciation of the nonpartisan apolitical nature of our foreign service of our colleagues as is true with other federal employees we do not endorse candidates we don't get into that and really I know people who've served 8 presidents and they serve them equally well and equally committedly and don't get into the politics. I think the frustration we've had recently with this administration is the slow pace of nominating ambassadors and other officials. We still have about 30 ambassadorial posts that don't have a nominee. There is no good reason for that year in. I think with the Trump administration, there was an effort to freeze out the foreign service. We had almost no senior foreign service..

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"three hour" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

Travel with Rick Steves

03:58 min | 3 months ago

"three hour" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

"Immensity of the collection, he Joan has sent us an email from Portland and she writes, there's absolutely nothing on earth, like being inside the Louvre, walking its eternal halls, has a painter I could happily wander its halls for days studying, sketching, marveling, it's a living classroom. When you enter, you're stepping into a state of being in deep time firmly in the present, pulling the past into context and recognizing the threads that have bound all of human experience since time immemorial. A stroll through the tuileries feels almost psychedelic. The Louvre is Paris's beating heart. Wow, there's an art lover that really appreciates the Louvre. I'd say so. James Gardner, author of the Louvre, the many lives of the world's most famous museum, so many of us just love the Louvre and it's been a delight to be able to talk to a man who really understands the importance of the Louvre and can give us a broader context and ability to really appreciate it. Thanks for joining us. Thank you for having me. Nearly half a million works in the Louvre's collection are now available to view up close online. We have a link with this week's show notes at Rick Steves dot com slash radio. We'll remember what it was like to explore Europe on my own for the first time. But first, we look at the vital work of diplomats in our volatile world. It's travel with Rick Steves. I'm yarran from Istanbul, I'm a tour guide and I have a 6 year old son, and this is a very nice lullaby. I used to sing to him, and he was a baby. It is like this. Attempt to tell dancing. It goes like this, I will adorn you and I will dip you into sugar and then in the evening, when your father comes, I will just throw you to him so that he can enjoy you. A few years ago, while filming in Bulgaria, my crew and I were invited to the U.S. embassy in Sofia. My evening there with ambassador Eric Rubin and his staff reminded me of the talent and passion and importance of the dedicated people who make up our foreign service. I left there that evening inspired with my head just spinning from what I'd learned by talking with ambassador Rubin and his staff and feeling like I had a true friend in our ambassador there. I also left thinking it's just not fair that I got to enjoy this fascinating evening and not share the conversation. I thought I've got to have ambassador Rubin on my radio show. And now we're doing just that. Ambassador Eric Rubin, thanks for joining us. It's a pleasure thanks for ambassador Rubin. Can I call you Eric? Absolutely. Great. So now you've served in posts all around the world since you graduated from Yale in 1985. Now you're back in Washington, D.C.. To kick off our conversation, can you just give me a blitz review of the places where you've worked in the last 35 years or so as a diplomat? And what your role is now as president of the American foreign service association. Certainly, so in my career which started in 1985, I've served in Honduras, Thailand, Russia, in Ukraine, and in Bulgaria. I've spent a lot of time working in Washington as well at the State Department. And right now I'm the elected president of the American foreign service association, which is both our union and professional association of the American foreign service. So there's 270 or so embassies consulates and missions around the world. That's a lot of people. Is that kind of what constitutes the American foreign service? It does. It's not just the State Department. We have 6 federal agencies and departments. A lot of people know the U.S..

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"three hour" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

Travel with Rick Steves

03:58 min | 3 months ago

"three hour" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

"Colonnade, which is all the way at the eastern end of the Louvre. It was once the grand entrance to the palace, that everyone nowadays enters the Louvre through the pyramid, and they leave more or less through the same means, and so they never get to see what Voltaire called the greatest piece of architecture ever to proceed from the mind of man, and that isn't perhaps too great an exaggeration. Hey, you know, James, here's a tip for you. One of my favorite suggestions in my Paris guidebook is to get an Uber and at night while the lights are still on. Paris is the city of light and they do such a great job of floodlighting, get your Uber driver to drive you around the entire building and enjoy the architecture from every angle, including that colonnade and the French door of the old palace, and continue your circular tour enjoying all the wings and all the fancy proud egomaniacs in signatures of the various royals that have built this in that wing. And just get an appreciation for the architecture and the immensity of the place. I think that's good advice. Another tip is when you're in the museum, I find myself getting a breath of fresh air by not going outside, but just parking myself on a chair near a window or sitting and enjoying looking out the window and you see different angles kind of looking down at great art and I mean great architecture in the courtyards that are hiding out and there's a lot of good views from the windows that you can enjoy. That's right, you can look at it on the sand, you can look out on the corner polen, and it's a very photogenic museum. So virtually anything you look out on will repay the inspection. James Gardner is a respected art and architecture critic from New York. He's written the Louvre, the mini lives of the world's most famous museum. You can listen to his previous visit with us on travel with Rick Steves and find links to his work at Rick Steves dot com slash radio..

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The Top 3 Things That American Christians Should Do Right Now

The Charlie Kirk Show

05:12 min | 3 months ago

The Top 3 Things That American Christians Should Do Right Now

"Just real quick lightning round. You can just quit top three things, practical things we can do as Christians that are Americans right now. Boy, top three things. First thing is, I mean, take your faith very seriously. I encourage people to make that number one. So I tell people all the time, look, my life's work, what I do is focus on the second most important thing. So before I tell you what that is, let's make sure we all agree on what the most important thing is. The most important thing that we can do is to win souls for Jesus Christ. It's the most important thing that we can do. Now, so what's the second most important thing? To make sure you could do the first thing. Yeah, there you go. Come on. That's my day job. My job every day when I do three hours of radio two podcasts today, traveled 330 days last year, college campuses, churches, organizing people, 200 plus people on staff, is to make sure that number one can keep on happening. To make sure that the church will remain open, that they'll never lock us down again that they will never persecute our faith again. So I just want to make sure we all understand the priorities, right? Well, thank you. Which, and we should always be clear about that, right? That's number one. That's number one. That's number one. You can take off your coat right now. No, it's good. You can go right now. And number two, make sure you could do number one. So I just encourage all of you to read the word every single day. Get into a very serious prayer routine. And if you're struggling with your faith, ask for help. That is what the church is supposed to be. It's supposed to be the infrastructure for people that are struggling and struggling as normal because we are in a Supernatural and a spiritual struggle right now. And understand the equipment, the spiritual equipment that God gives us to be able to win the spiritual battle. I could go deeper into this. In fact, in the next service, we might want to do some of the spiritual warfare stuff, but if you are not experiencing spiritual warfare at all and it's kind of like a weird distant concept to you. I'm going to lovingly tell you, maybe you're not doing something important enough, so Satan doesn't take you seriously. There you go. Which is every person that I encounter that is fighting for the gospel in the kingdom is experiencing some form of spiritual warfare right now. And Satan Satan we know the character of Satan. He's a liar. He's a deceiver. First Peter, it says he prowls the world like a lion looking for those to devour. Okay, that's number one. We have to take our faith seriously. Number two, which is I want to challenge all of you to become really passionate learners and educators of this country. And so it's not just about doing, but it's also about pausing and learning. Learning is a substantial activity that improves your country. When you know more about your history, all of a sudden you will be convicted more to fight. When you are able to answer to a friend where they say, this country is so racist, be like, hey, let's talk about that. Where you shouldn't be caught be caught off guard about someone that says, you know, our country was founded on slavery. Like, really? 9 out of 13 of the colonies had already abolished slavery by the time of the constitution was ratified. The first antislavery convention was held in 1775 chaired by Benjamin Franklin. The first state ever to abolish slavery was Vermont in 1776, inspired by the Declaration of Independence. Thomas Jefferson wrote in the original draft of the Declaration of Independence and monitoring king George for bringing the Senate slavery to the United States. Thomas Jefferson abolished the slave trade as one of his first acts of president in 1807 that this country said time and time again in the private journals and musings of every founding father, including the three architects of the U.S. Constitution, Hamilton, Madison and Jay that is not a matter of when it's how we will abolish slavery. We should all know that stuff, yeah? And so good. And so the third thing is this, which is you take your faith seriously, you're praying, you're fasting. Jesus said the hard things come to those that pray and fast. I'm a big believer in fasting. And so if that's a distant concept to you, I challenge you to look into it and to pray about it. I know that Greg leads you guys really amazingly on that. But I'm a big, big believer in fasting, then of course learning. The third thing is yes, it's going to take action. It is. And that means I know a lot of people here in this audience right now are saying Charles, you got to give me stuff to do. I've done everything that's been asked to me. I watched Tucker Carlson every night. I bought the pillow. I did everything I was supposed to do. Thank you. That's good. Promo code Kirk, by the way, at my pillow dot com. And the Giza dream sheets are spectacular. But all kidding aside, Greg, it's gonna take faith prayer and fasting is number one bucket. The second bucket is learning. We have a partnership with hillsdale college. It's Charlie for hillsdale dot com. Take some of the online courses. No what you have been given. If we have a national Alzheimer's moment, we don't know who we are, where we've come from a memory crisis. Then what are we actually doing here? You have to know what we're anchored to and the third thing, of course, is action. Running for office and supported a good ones that do. Homeschooling kids, shepherding those parents that might be overwhelmed that are homeschooling. Action action action and pushing yourself forward. Those are the three things that I would challenge this church to continue to do.

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Should the US Repair Its Relationship With Venezuela?

The Trish Regan Show

01:08 min | 4 months ago

Should the US Repair Its Relationship With Venezuela?

"You can't blame Putin for this inflation right now. We need to we need to be logical. We need to be thoughtful. About where we're heading. And we can't just have our head in the clouds and say that we just want green energy. I've got nothing against green energy. Elon Musk for goodness sakes, who's all about green energy and his future depends on those EVs. He's saying, you got to drill here in the U.S.. I mean, let's have some consistency. We need that consistency. There's another thing that we can do that we should do, and that's open up our relationship with Venezuela. Repair our relationship with Venezuela work with Venezuela. To have a democracy there to get the Russians the heck out of there, and by the way, to open up the oil fields there, they're sitting on 300 billion. The largest number of proven reserves, 300 billion barrels of oil in the ground. Three hours from Miami. I mean, this makes sense, people. We need to start thinking about what makes sense because if not, we have more inflation coming. Lots of inflation coming.

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Jury Clears Former Kentucky Officer in Breonna Taylor Case

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:19 min | 4 months ago

Jury Clears Former Kentucky Officer in Breonna Taylor Case

"Louisville, remember the police officer Brett hankison, he's the only police officer who was ever charged in connection with the raid that resulted in the death of Breonna Taylor. That officer was acquitted of all charges yesterday. Now, funny how the cops acquittal didn't get that kind of media attention that the death of Breonna Taylor itself received was a shocking story. It was heartbreaking for certainly her family and for many, many people all over the world, Breonna Taylor became went right up there with George Floyd and Michael Brown and all these other police shootings. She had been in bed when police officers broke through her door. She was a 26 year old emergency medical technician. She was shot multiple times. She died at the scene, while the police officer was charged with three counts of wanton endangerment. This is the guy that fired the bullets into her home and it took the jury only three hours to find the officer, not guilty.

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Charlie and Producer Andrew Discuss the Impact of the Podcast

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:55 min | 4 months ago

Charlie and Producer Andrew Discuss the Impact of the Podcast

"We're here at producer Andrew, who's gonna help us co-pilot this hour in full transparency. It's because I did a two hour event with Jack hibbs and I spoke for three hours before that with people. So we're on a little bit of fumes today, but that's okay. That's part of the job. When you do 7 hours of talking one day and you got to do three hours of radio the next day and I have a debate tonight and I have another interview. So we're all over the place. He doesn't like to work folks. We're low workout, low work culture here. Andrew, let's talk a little bit just about our podcast first. We're doing very well on the podcast for people on the live stream. And people on rumble, they can, they can subscribe. Yeah, rumble's blowing up. We're almost at a million subscribers on rumble, which is huge, and we're going to spike the football when that happens because we're really proud of what we've accomplished on that platform. We know a lot of you are watching it right now on that platform. We think it's the future and we totally support with Chris and that team are doing. They're doing a great job. Big time. And then on the platform on the podcast side, we are number four in the country and the news category. And just to put that in perspective, I mean, we're beating people like NPR, New York Times, MSNBC, and that's really a testament to everybody out there who's listening all the time. I mean, we get notes. I mean, I'm not at liberty to share who we get notes from. But put it this way. Some of the most influential people in journalism, a lot of my backgrounds in PR and with media. We get notes that they're watching what we do as an audience. What you guys do as an audience rather. And this is one of the most actionable audiences in the country. It's one of the most influential and this really is moving the needle and I'll just say some journalists have done studies on this and they're seeing what you guys are up to and it's really tremendous. We are changing the country. But it's thanks to the audience,

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"three hour" Discussed on Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

02:53 min | 10 months ago

"three hour" Discussed on Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

"Want to know why the hour from eight to nine. Pm is considered primetime while we have the nabc to think for that. Norman had just become chair of the fcc two months earlier and he was determined to make a splash. He launched into a tirade about undesirable programming. Such as game shows westerns and sitcoms. He believed that if there was more variety people would naturally choose to watch better shows among the ones he actually liked. Were the twilight zone and certain news programs where there was plenty that he despised. He referred to television as a whole as a vast wasteland populated by what he called formula comedies about totally unbelievable families. Many at the agreed though by the time the speech was given the networks at already lined up their schedules for the next season. Programming changes wouldn't happen until at least nineteen sixty three but one person had heard the speech who didn't agree with any of it and he was going to have the last word sherwood. Shorts had gotten his. Start in radio. Writing for programs like the adventures of ozzie and harriet. In the bob hope show when he made the jump to television. He got a job writing for the popular comedy program. The red skelton show but schwartz wasn't going to stay in the writer's room forever get an idea for a show of his own one which he started production on in november of nineteen sixty. Three it starred an ensemble cast who found themselves stranded on a deserted island after their tour boat was damaged in a storm. What was supposed to event a three hour. Tour ended up becoming one of the most popular series on television spanning three seasons almost one hundred episodes and several films sequels plus one catchy theme song gilligan's island was a hit and in some ways it was a hit piece on the former. Fcc chair himself. You see sherwood schwartz didn't take too kindly to the ways in which he'd been insulted here. He was with a formula comedy about totally unbelievable characters getting into one harebrained scheme after another and he knew that people were going to love it. So as any great artist would schwartz fired back at his critic norman in the only way he knew how he named something in the show after him. Newton norman minnow with live on in the hearts and minds of viewers everywhere as the inspiration behind the name of the skippers ill-fated ship the s s minnow. I hope you've enjoyed today's guided tour of the cabinet of curiosities. Subscribe for free on apple podcasts or learn more about the show by visiting curiosities. Podcast dot com. The show was created by me. Erin minke in partnership with how stuff works. I make another award. Winning show called lor which is a podcast book series and television show and you can learn all about it over at the world of lor dot com and until next time stay curious..

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"three hour" Discussed on Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

07:26 min | 10 months ago

"three hour" Discussed on Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

"Our world is full of the unexplainable and if history is an open book all of these amazing tales right there on display just waiting for us to explore. Welcome to the cabinet of curiosities. Films can be magical. Think of the movies that influenced aspiring filmmakers from great white sharks off the coast of new england to dinosaurs. Rampaging across the costa rican island two hours in a darkened theater can be life. Changing the films with this kind of power tend to be the ones with the best of lists casablanca jaws citizen kane. Taxi driver movies with one heck of a story to tell and then there's nine hundred thirty nine code of the secret service. It certainly was a movie. Just not a great one. At least according to the film star. An actor named ronald reagan before he became the fortieth president of the united states. Ronald reagan was an entertainer starring in dozens of films including westerns dramas. One series had reagan playing a character named lieutenant brass bancroft a former military pilot who joined the secret service to take down criminals. The first installment in the franchise the nineteen thirty nine's secret service of the air was a modest hit. Its success pushed the studio to green light three more sequels over the next year. That's right three secret. Service movies starring. Ronald reagan were released in nineteen thirty nine. The final film murder in the air came out in nineteen forty quantity over quality. I guess it was the second installment though code of the secret service that was particularly special. Not because it was eddie. Good though reagan hated it he called it. The worst picture he had ever made was quoted as saying never has an egg of such dimensions been laid. He wasn't joking either. The film was almost universally panned by theatergoers and critics elect still made enough money to keep the series of float for two more installments. In the film lieutenant bancroft is sent after a ring of counterfeiters who have stolen engraving plates from the us treasury exciting on paper but not so much execution. Unless you jerry. Jerry was born in one thousand nine thirty in montgomery alabama but grew up in florida when he was thirty. Two years old recruiter from the united states secret service paid him a visit and asked if he wanted to join. Jerry didn't think the job was any more dangerous than the one that he had been doing in florida. Power and light. So we said yeah. Jerry was no spring chicken. He entered the academy alongside much younger cadets. But that didn't stop him from persevering as a new agent in the early sixties. Jerry was first assigned to protect john. F. kennedy and then lyndon b johnson as they attended. Eleanor roosevelt's funeral from there. He was almost always beside a president or vice president in nineteen eighty-one though jerry faced the challenge of his life. He was working. As part of president. Reagan's secret service detail. The afternoon of march thirtieth. The president had just given a speech at a major union organization at the washington. Hilton hotel in dc. He was being led out of the hotel around two twenty seven. Pm where a sea of reporters were waiting to greet him. President reagan had stepped up to the crowd to answer questions when a man named john. Hinckley jr. pulled a revolver outs and fired. Six shots rang out. Jerry jumped into action shoving reagan into a waiting limousine. It looked back to see three people bleeding on the sidewalk. Hinckley had severely wounded several of the president's staff. Jerry assume that the president had gone unharmed but he looked back and saw blood. Spurting out of reagan's mouth out of the six bullets that were fired. One had managed to lodge itself in reagan's lung which had collapsed. Jerry told the driver to head to george washington university medical center where doctors spent two hours. Removing the bullet and stitching. The president's backup. Reagan was fine. Thanks in no small part to jerry's quick thinking what very few people knew at the time was that jerry. Parr almost didn't become a secret service agent but he'd been inspired by film. He'd seen many times when he was younger. It was a movie about a former military pilot who joined the secret service to take down criminals. A movie starring ronald reagan called code of the secret service. The worst movie ronald reagan ever made inadvertently saved his life. Sometimes truth really is stranger than fiction. This episode was made possible by norton. Three sixty with lifelock seems like every day everywhere practically every one is connected to their devices. In fact the average person was connected almost seven hours a day last year and sixty four percent of adults admit to taking online risks for convenience. Sure all that browsing sharing banking and shopping nick's life easy but it can also expose personal information making you vulnerable to cybercriminals there's a lot of your digital life that can put you at risk. That's why norton three sixty with lifelock makes it easy to help. Keep it safe with device. Security that helps block hackers from devices a vpn for online privacy and lifelock identity theft protection to help you keep. What's yours yours. No one can prevent all cybercrime or identity theft or monitor all transactions at all businesses. But with the all in one protection of norton three sixty with lifelock. You can be less worried about becoming another stats. Save twenty five percent or more of your first year at norton dot com slash cabinet. That's norton dot com slash cabinet to save twenty five percents. Today's television landscape comprises a vast array of programming much of it as good or even better than what we might find the cinema from star studded series. Two movies of the week. The tv of today is a far cry from the sitcoms and camp of yesteryear. But that doesn't mean the television shows of the old days weren't special in their own rights. They entertained families every week. With tales of jeans and bottles bumbling spies and which he wives but one man didn't quite care for the quality of in the nineteen sixties. He thought it could be better. What he got instead was his name on a piece of television history though not in the way he probably wanted. Norman was a lawyer from milwaukee wisconsin born in one thousand nine hundred eighty six. Norman fought during world war two before getting his law degree from northwestern he worked his way up in the private sector getting a job at a major law firm until he joined adly stevenson on his two presidential campaigns in the nineteen fifties and nineteen sixty one president john f. kennedy appointed norman to the federal communications commission as a commissioner. Norman took his job very seriously lamenting the state of television. At the time it was a topic he spoke frequently. With kennedy's brother roberts who agreed that modern. Tv programming of the time needed a lot of help more importantly though he felt that the children would suffer. If television continued. Its commercial decline. Norman furthered his agenda with a speech which he gave at a convention in nineteen sixty one held by a powerful lobbying group. The national association of broadcasters were responsible for setting guidelines for television networks and radio stations..

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"three hour" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"three hour" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"He's a businessman and he wasn't a politician or god forbid a lawyer no less I love the little yeah just when he is and then there's the way in politics or in the media another lawyer in the media is just what the world waiting for okay another a trained lawyer they need in the media or train liar in the White House now they think he's a businessman he's gruff and maybe straighten out the economy and he did so they gambled on him and on some levels they won on the economy on some levels they have not yet won no wall the flood of immigrants is terrible higher than ever can't blame him for it entirely but again getting back to my main point he ran on a message and the message was very close to the messaging I have been putting out for years of a punitive nationalism borders language culture he didn't use those words but according to Steve ban and it was on the show last week when I met Steve sometime last year we had a meeting for the first time I never met him he told me point blank and I don't think he would deny it that we took your books we took down the board a bit speaking points and we gave them to him and he ran on them over the years so I'm very proud to tell you that I the unknown talk show host the man you never see on television the man was is reviled it particularly by television stations for reasons I'll never understand other than I can give you some reasons but let's just say for commercial reasons I'm not seen on television I belong on radio anyway preferred I think that their medium for expressing ideas because you're not concerned about lights in your eyes how you look it's a more pure form of communication than television is I didn't say that there aren't great people in television there are but it's easier if Europe your idea man to be ex to express them through radio than it is to TV that's it is for me anyway TV is a very tough medium so here we are the man who no one ever sees here here's from Michael savage helped elect the president so where does that leave me today I'm gonna help reelect the president exactly what I intend to do from right right now through November that's all I can say to you and I hope that we are successful again but the primary point of this message from today show is that none of the idiots who is running has a message our than hating trump the Democrats hate trumpet hate success that's the message if you made money we hate you if you build the business will take it from you if you're happy will make you sad that's my message vote for me none of them ever ever ever created a business or product anyone needed except Bloomberg Bloomberg can't win for a number of reasons yes no message none whatsoever I'll tell you could have won if they didn't destroy him I was thinking about yesterday the guy from Starbucks even though he's a leftist he is a businessman who created a whole and the price of an empire of coffee shops and he knows what businesses he would have been a good president for them a good a good candidate for the presidency on the Democrat side but they made sure that a pro business guy like Schultz didn't run because he would have shown the others for what they are naked communists out right naked racist communist every last one of them and I don't think the American people want a racist communist in the White House by the way as much as they may not love trump because of the hatred of the media the hatred the media I've never seen anything like it in my entire life and I've been watching politics since I'm eighteen it's as though they do it without thinking anymore it's a reflexive action every story from everyone of these losers in the media as anti trump so I found the quote for you about this by none other than George Washington in seventeen ninety two when I put it up on Michael savage dot com here it is if the government and the officers all of it are to be the constant theme for newspaper abuse it will be impossible I conceive for any man living to manage the helm or to keep the machine together on quote that's George Washington in seventeen ninety two let me repeat again for those of you our brain addled from drug usage if the government and the officers all of it are to be the constant theme for newspaper abuse it will be impossible I conceive for any man living to manage the hell more to keep the machine together George Washington seventeen ninety two now that was before CNN that's before the degenerate so run that network were born of of well let let's stop right there it's a family show and that's before the vermin came along in the television world and that code is found on Michael savage dot com as well as all the other stories I hope to get to today again if you care to be screened by Chris potter before he leaves the show it's is less he doesn't believe in making a show docket topic okay I will do it anymore but the phone number is eight five five four but I got you laughing the both of these guys in the laughter they're happy it's Friday they deserve a little after right you know this is a very rough business my first program director said to me when I come out sweating after a three hour show I said this is really a tough business he said it's like a contact sport Michael if you do it right you should walk out sweating.

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"three hour" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"three hour" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Don't know if I can have back to back three hour debate twelve like kind of me like a travel day I need a break any of the other day alright good thing I watch allows I really so my wife last night the one thing that I was psyched about was that the thing started eight because that man at ten I could probably sneak in a stranger things move started watching that I'm like okay I'll be able to watch one episode and then the thing kept gold I would anger me and I could watch as it down the stretch I'm like I could see stranger things just slipping away there's there's no way I'm going to get to and I was and now I can't get the one that I slipping away into the upside down you can have a Euler alert you can never be too it's not easy oiler that's known your falcons are in the hall of fame game tomorrow night telling hears about that I can multi task that one off sure yeah I think I'll be OK other than what's the two things at once there or in other words one thing at once but no luck will be watching tonight in we'll be discussing in tomorrow's to take notes be ready to rock and roll tonight's going to be a lot it's going to be just like the first ones were fighting yet the boxing gloves on tonight and it's going to be I do think tonight's going to be let I plan to be watching tonight so hopefully that I don't think they like me in and try to do as I am I don't particularly love the way they did it but they tried to pick fights on this stage are you saying is posing remembered tapper asked that early and then bash that's it are you saying anyone on the stage is doing as well tonight they're going to say that and they are going to call people out yeah that's right now it is all there's gonna be more fireworks tonight the with the little bit I did see last night I feel like there were more they were more polite because I heard I don't know who it was but they were like well I agree with this candidate and they made a good point about that like I said I it's gonna be more fireworks tonight is just better why Gabbard is not gonna sit silently like clover charred yeah yeah yeah yeah she's going to get in and she's gonna scrum Jello brand has to make a move she has to we know Booker and Harrison Biden that three sales three are all going to be getting after it the Blasi always absolutely got to do something stupid in a way yeah he's going to look if I ever told you that you thought that you'd be interested in a war in Delaney scrum you're all I have to me but last night you were watching it tonight ins lease gonna get met with somebody and castles going to try and find his way he had a pretty good first debate there's a lot to watch for tonight and then Yang Yang claimed is Mike we shot off in the first debate remember us right if he's not get mass questions at some point Yang is gonna be scream lightning's laughing because I'm cutting into your stack time waffles was as as sometimes that doesn't faze may without further ado here's just back from walls and.

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"three hour" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"three hour" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"End really really interesting so I started interviewing him and ask him what he was out this late at night because looks it was two fifty five AM when when he got my car he said that he was a talent scout and that he I had a an eight o'clock appointment I think eight AM the next morning but he was out trying to find their address so that he would know where it is the next morning and not be late that just didn't have an air of truthfulness to it nobody goes out at two o'clock or three o'clock in the morning to find an address to make sure they're not late at eight o'clock not found out he was an only child he lived with his his parents his mom and dad his dad was a freelance photographer and his mother had been a retired teacher they were quite elderly that he had come along pretty late in life he was a pretty intelligent guy to have a very high IQ word has it that he had built in I am FM radio station in his backyard when he was about fourteen and the FCC made him tear down I will I asked the guys this is a search of his car over and they said yes okay so I serve in a big a reason for him to stay here any longer and they said no so we let him go there was some things there that done happened that transpired that that shouldn't happened the FBI has always been and remains an institution that is very conscious of not falsely arresting people they've made mistakes in the past everybody does it's a judgment call but we did not that night want to violate any of his civil liberties the civil rights and so we err on the side of caution it was my decision and letting go what wasn't my decision is when I asked them as to where it is these things you found in the car and I went we didn't keep any of it and I went what you didn't know what a so what about the gloves in the rope because I'm thinking that that's probably part of crimes that have been committed since the people have been killed from ligature strangulation but somewhere we dropped the ball I was in charge so I went and took the hit for it I said well that's just the decision you guys made and I'll back you I don't agree with it right now but as far as officials visual word goes and we made that decision and that's that's where it goes did anyone ever see Wayne tossed anything over the bridge no never did but there wasn't another car on that bridge he was the only car there they saw the headlights approach they heard the splash and then they saw all what like I described earlier is him appeared to just be starting out again at two three miles an hour did you guys ask him that night if you toss anything over the bridge yes and he I ask him you know there's been a splash in and I think I was going to cost anything and and I don't remember if he said he was throwing trash out or something I can't remember that part I don't remember what his answer was but he did say I think he said he was throwing trash away or something that he had some trash you need to get rid of any through the river that night no one ever saw or family because the alleged splash that was heard in the water we let him go to six AM we packed up and I went ahead and went home and home was down south of Atlanta I lived in moral Georgia I drove up these Tennessee because it was Memorial Day weekend it was a long weekend to see my mother and basically crashed I was totally exhausted I slept for I I think I got there about a three hour drive and I got there about noon on Friday went to sleep and woke up.

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"three hour" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"three hour" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"End really really interesting so I started interviewing him and ask him what he was out this late at night because looks it was two fifty five AM when when he got my car he said that he was a talent scout and that he I had a an eight o'clock appointment I think eight AM the next morning but he was out trying to find their address so that he would know where it is the next morning and not be late that just didn't have an air of truthfulness to it nobody goes out at two o'clock or three o'clock in the morning to find an address to make sure they're not late at eight o'clock not found out he was an only child he lived with his his parents his mom and dad his dad was a freelance photographer and his mother had been a retired teacher they were quite elderly that he had come along pretty late in life he was a pretty intelligent guy to have a very high IQ word has it that he had built in I am FM radio station in his backyard when he was about fourteen and the FCC made him tear it down I will I asked the guys this is searching his car over and they said yes okay so I said it may be a reason for him to stay here any longer and they said no so we let him go there was some things there that happened that transpired that shouldn't have happened the FBI has always been and remains an institution that is very conscious of not falsely arresting people they've made mistakes in the past everybody does it's a judgment call but we did not that night want to violate any of his civil liberties the civil rights and so we err on the side of caution it was my decision and letting go what wasn't my decision is when I asked them as to where is these things you found in the car and I went we didn't keep any of it and I went what you didn't know what I said what about the gloves in the rope because I'm thinking that that's probably part of crimes admin committed since the people have been killed from literature strangulation but somewhere we dropped the ball I was in charge so I went ahead and took the hit for us that's the decision you guys made and I'll back you don't agree with the right now but as far as officials visual word goes and we made that decision and that's that's where coach did anyone ever see Wayne tossed anything over the bridge no never did but there wasn't another car on that bridge he was the only car there they saw the headlights approach they heard the splash in the nice all what like I described earlier is him appeared to just be starting out again at two three miles an hour did you guys ask him that night if you toss anything over the bridge yes and he I ask him you know there's been a splash in and I think I ask me tossed anything and and I don't remember if he said he was throwing trash out or something right I can't remember that part I don't remember what his answer was but he did say I think he said he was throwing trash away or something that he had some trash you need to get rid of any through the river that night no one ever saw or family because the lead splash that was heard in the water we let him go to six AM we packed up and I went ahead and went home and home was down south of Atlanta I lived in moral Georgia I drove up these Tennessee because it was Memorial Day weekend it was a long weekend to see my mother and basically crashed I was totally exhausted I slept for I I think I got there about a three hour drive and I got there about noon on Friday went to sleep and woke.

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"three hour" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

03:41 min | 3 years ago

"three hour" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Really really interesting so I started interviewing him and ask him what he was out this late at night because likes it was two fifty five AM when when he got in my car he said that he was a talent scout and that he I had a an eight o'clock appointment I think eight AM the next morning but he was out trying to find their address so that he would know where it is the next morning and not be late that just didn't have an air of truthfulness to it nobody goes out at two o'clock or three o'clock in the morning to find an address to make sure they're not later eight o'clock not found out he was an only child he lived with his his parents his his mom and dad his dad was a freelance photographer and his mother had been a retired teacher they were quite elderly that he had come along pretty late in life he was a pretty intelligent guy to have a very high IQ word has it that he had built in I am FM radio station in his backyard when he was about fourteen and the FCC made him tear it down I will I asked the guys this is searching his car over and they said yes Sir okay so I served a make a reason for him to stay here any longer and they said no so we let him go there was some things there that happened that transpired that that shouldn't have happened the FBI has always been and remains an institution that is very conscious of not falsely arresting people they've made mistakes in in in the past everybody does it's a judgment call but we did not that night want to violate any of his civil liberties and civil rights and so we err on the side of caution it was my decision and let him go what wasn't my decision is when I asked them I said where is these things you found in the car and I went we didn't keep any of it and I went what you didn't know what I said what about the gloves in the road because I'm thinking that that's probably part of crimes have been committed since the people have been killed from ligature strangulation but somewhere we dropped the ball I was in charge so I went ahead and took the hit for it I said well that's just the decision you guys made and I'll back you I don't agree with it right now but as far as officials visual word goes and we made that decision and that's that's where coach did anyone ever see Wayne tossed anything over the bridge no never did but there wasn't another car on that bridge he was the only car there they saw the headlights approach they heard the splash and then they saw all what like I described earlier is him appeared to just be starting out again at two three miles an hour did you guys ask him that night if you toss anything over the bridge yes and he I ask him you know there's been a splash in and I think I was going to cost anything and and I don't remember if he said he was throwing trash out or something I can't remember that part I don't remember what his answer was but he did say I think he said he was throwing trash away or something that he had some trash you need to get rid of any through the river that night no one ever saw our family because the alleged blast that was heard in the water we let him go to six AM we packed up and I went ahead and went home and almost down south of Atlanta I lived in moral Georgia I drove up the center see because it was Memorial Day weekend it was a long weekend to see my mother and basically crashed I was totally exhausted I slept for I I think I got there about a three hour drive when I got there about noon on Friday went to sleep and woke.

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"three hour" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"three hour" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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"three hour" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

05:07 min | 3 years ago

"three hour" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Reporter Joe Flynn asks are these the Oscars from hell Joe explain while the Oscars who've been something of a cluster, and I won't get a set phrase for several months now going from the baby the host to what category will be honored. What will be performing? And ultimately, it's created a lot of abusing around the show a lot of anger among the entertainment industry. Step back for a second the Oscars typically run long. Wash there and ABC which carries the Oscars for years. He's been pressuring the producers to bring the show we'd at three hours and miss here. They're really putting the on that we need a three hour show and to do that. Kademi wanted to cut some categories. But then there was outrage about the categories different going to be. So then they brought the categories back. There's going to be more musical act this year that will that will probably end up making the show longer. So all these things that the academy tries to do they end up backing away from the end result will like maybe a shower that Albee's guy to become hours. And now all the jumps up, buddy. Great about from last year. What's bizarre to me is the number of items that you list where the academy seemed to say, all right? We've got a new change. And then there's blowback, and then they just reverse course. That's just seems like it's been a colossal waste of time with some of these things. Yes. The Academy Award for weakest spine goes to the motion picture. And the challenge here is look listen to television broadcasts yet, it's the highest honor for the movie industry and everything else on TV and TV networks. Silly people that they are they want big raiding ABC spend a lot of money on the Oscars more than seventy five million this year in the in the rights fees and in return for that. Of course, they want a large audience that they can sell advertising and promote new so then all these other sorts of things and the academy. Pure supports are always resisting any sort of shavers. Yeah. They we didn't even get into this. But happened earlier by the bridge only there is going to be about popular movie category. The academy wanted to introducing them to broaden the audience. There was outrage from within the industry so that went away and there yet will find a balance here between what the network wants what the viewing audience. And what the industry wants to happen. You know, these. At one point they had nixed like four awards they were going to present live and decided to do them during commercials. I thought fine at those aren't awards by care much about. But it seemed like the pressure from the industry itself to carry those live was tremendous. Why do they put so much credence in what the industry wants and not what the viewers want? Well for the academy they are sort of stuck in the in the middle here. They're trying to serve two masters there. For shift and the broadcast, and they're those those two sides are not always aligned in the same thing. So I understand why directors and producers were concerned about these categories shut it off to the sidelines or beat showed in commercial rates, especially when they denied all these years, and it stop it. You're running the academy. And you've got Spike Lee and Martin Scorsese and rental. L del Toro and all these other high powered people complaining about it. You wanna keep them happy as well. But at the same time, you're not gonna get to that goal that ABC. On a three hour broadcast that way, there are probably other ways to talk to your wards short is. Well, there's a lot of bond positive, but may be necessary. Ultimately, though, if this award show did bigger numbers, they can do whatever they wanted. So it's Wall Street Journal entertainment reporter chill Flint Joe says in another bid for wider appeal. The academy initially asked Dwayne the rock Johnson to host after he declined the Kevin Hart hiring and firing happened. Also this year ABC is taken the unusual step of premiering a series. The spy thriller whiskey cavalier after the Oscars making the three hour deadline all the more important. It's twenty minutes now in front of the hour on This Morning, America's first news. Either is or isn't when it comes down to it. That's all that really matters. When choosing a certified pre-owned Mercedes-Benz, it's either certified by Mercedes Benz, factory trained technicians, or isn't it's either backed by.

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"three hour" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

The Astrology Podcast

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"three hour" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

"You just lined up to get active too. Reporting it's four or five coffees. Yeah yet. So I've got to lectures in there. I think both of you do I originally signed up for this like product hindsight workshop that's available in their way back. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I remember that I was into all those. Yeah. I sent for that like two thousand four or something that was the first thing that got me to sign up for I was that library. So anyways, that's another organization. There's lots of organizations doing great work. So sign up for them to help support not just for the personal benefit that you get out of it, which is a law, but also to help sort of support the broader community and some of those efforts. All right discussion topics today on ida's did with Lisa Leeson. I just did a landmark episode where we finally did an episode on election astrology, where it's something I've talked about and sort of used implicitly for years here on the podcast. But I always avoided doing in episode on that because I have a lecture on it that I sell on my website. And I also have a course. So that's always been a struggle with the podcast. Which is how much to sort of give away for free and just like post through the podcast versus how much like hold back as part of? My course offerings. But after doing the latest set of election stuff, we're we're Leeson I launched an entire year ahead report. I realized there was a lot of people who just don't understand the basics of election astrology or don't understand what we're doing the charts or how to use them or how constructed so we sat down and recorded a very long almost agonizingly long three hour episode on election, astrology and outlined most of the basic principles of the subject, especially in terms of the sort of approach that I take to electing most election charts. So in terms of discussion topics today, I wanted to ask both of you guys because everybody has a slightly different approach to election just based on like what's worked for you. And what hasn't over the years or what things you've decided to emphasize for different reasons? And so I was curious what some of the election. Tips are for you guys or what our crew? Things in election charts that are non negotiable for you, or that you try to always integrate in one form or another. Kelly. I Austin one of the things I know you use a lot that I don't use as much as the planetary days, and planetary hours do your work with magical astrology, Ren. Yeah. That's definitely a factor. I like to take in I. Because a lot of a lot of the elections. I've done are for magic stuff for tells men's or whatever else, and so that's that's certainly influenced my approach to elections in general. I guess I see it like a treasure hunt. Like a look through the year look through the month and just fine. What looks good like, you know, what what's the, you know, what are the best skies of that of that period? Whatever the whatever the treat is. And then, you know, and then play with the, you know, the right the various risings, and you know, this day or that day with the moon aspect in this from this angle or another and just kind of try to find the good thing. And then find the best possible angle on the good thing. Ryan like really good summary like sometimes finding like the dignified planet that's in its own sign or exalted. And then figuring out the best way to accentuate that by putting it on the ascendant to the mid heaven or something like that. Yeah. Exactly. What are we working? With here. Like, what's the best thing? And what is that good for? And then how do we get the most out of it? I guess you know, one thing that I that. I've started thinking about more is using pudding fix stars on angles. And when maybe the planets aren't doing enough for you. You know, it's like, well, you've got that too. It doesn't change what the planet through doing. But you know, there's a difference between like pudding algal on the ascendant versus pudding regulus on the ascendant soms you can use that to kinda tuned. Tune the election in the direction that you want. Yeah. So fixed stars planetary days, and planetary hours. Let's good. What about you Kelly? Yeah..

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"three hour" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"three hour" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"To the window was a moment. Now look out towards the seed. I have. Lights flashing on and off out there. They indicate a channel. Whether it's if that is in difficulty moves towards light near the lights with edges. They can not. And all this one or two who managed to survive? So that I will not become bored. Visitors. I with every consideration. Civilized civilized. You'll shoot down. Get good food exercise. I put them in splendid physical condition. I suggest to one of them that we go hunting. I gave them three hour. Stop. I am to follow up. Automatic rifles. If my eludes me three whole days he wins. If by finding. Suppose. He refuses to be hunted. I give him his choice if he refuses to hunt. I turn them over to Salazar who has not completely forgotten his tribal customs invariably. And if they win. Date. I have not lost. General I want to lead this item at once. But I. I will fight. This game was playing you playing against mine. You would car against nine your strengths and your stomach against mine. Outdoor chess snake is not without value. And if I would if I do by midnight of the third day, I will cheerfully consider myself defeated mice Luke would place you on the mainland near town. You can trust me. I will give you my word is a gentleman and as a spots. Of course, you must agree to say nothing of your visit here, I'll agree to nothing of the kind. In that is. But why quibble so he dates from now we can discuss it over bottle of champagne unless. When. When do we start now? I call the docs in supply with hunting close with a knife as suggestive wear moccasins. Advocating to our stock madman. I'm sure you will find that the chase by night. It's much more exciting than by day. I hadn't. Good hunting..

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"three hour" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"three hour" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"How stock Matt Allen? Come to the window was a moment. Now look out towards the sea. I have a press this button in my hand. Why the lights flashing on? And all about that. They indicate a channel. Whether it's a hip that is in difficulty moves towards light near the lights there walks. But they can not. And there are one or two who managed to survive so that I will not become bored. But my visit as personal every consideration. Be civilized civilized, you shoot down men. I get good food exercise. I put them in splendid physical condition. I suggest to one of them. We go hunting. I gave them three hour. Stop. I am to follow up. Automatic rifles. If my eludes me put three whole days he wins. If I suppose. He refuses to be hunted. I give him his choice if he refuses to hunt. I turn over to Salazar who has not completely forgotten his tribal customs in. Choose to and if they win. Date. I have not lost. General I want to lead this item at once I people, but I. This game was playing you're playing against mine you against mine, your strengths and your stomach against mine outdoor chess steak is not without value. And if I if I do not bad you by midnight of the third day, I will cheerfully consider myself you feed mice Luke workplace you on the mainland near town. You can trust me. I give you my word is a gentleman, and as a sponsor, of course, you must agree to say nothing of your visit here, I'll agree to nothing of the kind in that case. But why quibble so he dates from now we can discuss it the bottle of champagne unless. When..

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"three hour" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"three hour" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Yes. I was really really worried for brother Alex onto something else. To may not make sense in the episode is I you know, a lot of times in top. Chef you get the challenge. And then you go to the store maybe the next day or something you go to the store, and then you prep the next day. I'm pretty positive that. This was like as soon as we're finished filming last chance kitchen, they were wheeling out the cocktails, and that means that almost certainly they went immediately from there. To whole foods to that three hour prep time, which means that brother is probably in the middle of like a fifteen hour workday. And so it had to be really hard for brother. I I think you heard him say that he was tired and episode, and I think that probably showed up in his food because it was a really long day. I think that we may have had like a maybe six AM call time to be there to film last chance kitchen, and so you know, and there was almost no downtime. As like, I said there was it was bang, bang bang. And so I'm sure that was a really super long day for brother. Yeah. That's that's the thing is, you know, say what you want to about your feelings about brother as a chef pry, really my heart does go out for him here. And I think it's going to again informed some stuff that happens in last chance kitchen where for those that don't remember L C K was basically filmed back to back to back to back to back. So brother, essentially cooked through five challenges a full three course meal, and then got willing the stuff and said, okay now, you have to do another thing. Like, I think that would exhaust anybody, and I don't wanna say that should necessarily excuse the job that he did. But I think we should take into consideration. When we do sort of look back on this that essentially he was running on empty at this point as compared to his competitors. Who had just sort of, you know, woken up. They went to go cook sous-chef for somebody. And now they were ready well rested to sort of approach the day. I'm brother was quite the opposite situation remains to be seen. If this is a new wrinkle that will continue throughout top chef in that wrinkle is the returning that like brother, Jim or carry having a shot through last chance kitchen to come back midway through the competition. If that is the case we have not yet seen I think enough of a sample size to know the effect. It has on the chefs what I do know is that it is. It is not as done what everyone or in some cases, one individual who shall not be named on this podcast has so scared of which is at the vet will come in and just ruined the season and win and. Disappoint everybody who tuned in for the the newly appearing shafts what we've seen. Instead is that the vet chefs for one reason or another go out quickly. I don't know that this is true. But from what everything that you guys are saying in terms of the difficulty of it, all it may be that the re if a vet does come back from last chance kitchen in this role in the future. This first challenge is going to be the most difficult one for them to get under their belts. Because not only are they dealing with all of what you guys are talking about in terms of the physical strain and just going having a really long day or a series of long days. They're also dealing with the the surreal aspect like brother articulates of being back in the competition. They're dealing with whatever they're bringing with them to the actual competition in terms of being stressed out about the choice. They made that sent them home. The first time they're dealing with. Maybe chefs not feeling so welcoming to them and not liking them feeling threatening to them a feeling like a fish out of water and not fitting in so they're dealing with all those things emotionally. I..

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