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A Prayer for Those Caught in the Gossip Trap
"A prayer for those caught and the gossip trap by meg. Butcher the fibers in my stomach began to fly off with my lunch as gossip came out of my smartphone speaker for seven years. I tried to find the good and land and understanding nod until god revealed might agree ability me guilty of conspiracy because i was afraid to come across judgmental. I refuse to way indirectly confidence at a high volume lofted. A convincing argument on dishonesty behalf and strangling hold on the hand of truth that threatened to lurch out of my stomach. I always found something positive to say about the person in vocal peril but ran the risk of being directly associated with the entirety of the conversation. The holy spirit who abides every christian heart and the uneasiness. I felt where warnings for me to evacuate that phone. Call got the protector of our hearts. Alerting us to the falsities that attempt to crack through the surface i timothy. Two sixteen says stay away from ungodly babbling because it will only lead deeper into a godless lifestyle. What is ungodly babbling. Paul warned of false teachers who grant assumptions illuminated a lack of knowledge in i timothy one four. He warns tell them to turn away from fables and endless genealogies. These activities just causes more arguments. In confusion gossip operates on opinion safe is fueled by fact and second timothy to seventeen warns again. Once these empty voices start to speak timothy they infect and spread and soon the body is consumed with with its cancer.
Review: This Time Away by Magali Barb
"So this week we what's been calmed this time away. It's a sifi. Short film. Starring the amazing t spawn and. Also an actress called jessica b. and it's written and directed by going to make her a called Golly barbie excuse me come producer day. Mice it centers on a widower called nigel and we. It opens with them with him and his house. And there's dirty dishes. He's not looking after himself and it looks like he just lost his wife and then he comes across these kids at kicking what we find to be a robot on the ground and this robot befriends and things happened from there he he. He's he comes across as being very angry and in detroit grief and even he pushes away daughter but slowly opens up and the with this robust The form kind of a friendship. It's a really beautiful volume extremely torching. And yeah i i. It's a little gem of film that has been winning a lot of awards and it was filmed in twenty nine thousand nine just before lockdown griping. This could be very relevant today because it's showing timothy character. He's he's a lonely guy he's on his own. He's pushing a broom away. An end this is robot comes into his life. And it's yeah. I thought it was beautiful. Elected the pacing the acting. The even like the way you feel for this anonymous. It's it's it's kind of magical weird. 'cause i've never heard of it and took a massive actor leads. It's so
Garland States Domestic Terrorism Is 'Still With Us'
"26 years ago Today, 168 people were killed at the Alfred P. Murrah Government Building in Oklahoma City in a domestic terrorism act. U. S Attorney General Merrick Garland led the prosecution of Timothy McVeigh, who was convicted in that attack. During a remembrance ceremony today, Garland said domestic terrorism remains a real threat. Although many years have passed. The terror perpetrated by people like Timothy McVeigh is still with us. Darling says the Department of Justice is pouring all its resource is into stopping domestic violent
Chicago mayor urges new police foot-chase policy after boy shot and killed
"A 21 year old now faces felony charges related to events from the night 13 year old Adam Doleta was fatally shot by Chicago police. Chicago Tribune reports. Reuben Roman is charged with gun possession and recklessly firing a weapon He's expected in Bond court today and in the wake of the police killing of Florida. Though the Chicago Police Department is developing a policy of four officers chasing people on foot. It's a process that police Superintendent David Brown has gone through before. When he was the police chief and Dallas The shooting of an unarmed man led to the adoption of a foot pursuit policy. Timothy Brace studies urban pop. See at the University of Texas at Dallas. We didn't have a sound policy doctrine that set up what we expect officers to do. And in the absence of policy, Ah, lot of times are adrenaline takes over. Bray says dialysis policy now requires officers to weigh their own safety and the safety of the community against the potential threat caused by the suspect, he says that helps officers it helps officers make rational choices instead of being ruled by
Two Ways to Remember Jesus
"April six two ways to remember. Jesus remember jesus christ risen from the dead. The offspring of david as preached in my gospel. Second timothy two eight. Paul mentions two specific ways to remember. Jesus remember him has risen from the dead and remember him as the offspring of david. Why these two things about jesus. Because if he is risen from the dead he is alive and triumphant over death including our death if the spirit of him who raised jesus from the dead dwells in you key who raised christ jesus from the dead will also give life to your mortal bodies through his spirit which dwells in you. Romans eighty eleven which means that no matter how serious the suffering becomes the worst that it can do on this earth is kill. You and jesus has already taken the sting out of that enemy. He's alive and you will be alive. Do not fear those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul beth. You ten twenty eight but more than that. The resurrection of jesus was not a random resurrection. It was the resurrection of the son of david remember. Jesus christ risen from the dead the offspring of david. Why does paul say that. Because every jewish person knew what that meant that meant that jesus is the messiah john. Seven forty two and that meant that. This resurrection was the resurrection of an everlasting king. Listen to the words of the angel to marry jesus mother behold you will conceive in your womb and bear a son and you shall call his name jesus he will be great and we'll be called son of the most high and the lord god will give to him the throne of his father david
Los Angeles USD, UTLA sued by parents unhappy with school reopening efforts
"Group of parents. Frustrated about reopening classrooms in l. a. county they are suing be los angeles unified school district and the local teacher's union so the daily news reports that the lawsuit alleges that elliot's de breached its responsibility to act in the best interest of students by allowing the teachers union to dictate when the schools should timothy snowball. He's the attorney for the plaintiffs. He said an interview That ucla which is the the teachers union students as a bargaining chip by refusing to have its members returned to campus sooner in order to try and advance the union's own agenda for example the complaint alleges that during negotiations with the district about reopening the schools. The union wanted other issues address. Such as defunding. The police although students are scheduled to return soon as we talked about snowball said parents are worried. Utsa will renege on the deal and and they won't offer the kind of in person instruction full-time that they want instead. Still the hybrid learning. But this is like punitive for back pay situation.
New York Churches Preparing for 50% Crowd Capacity This Easter
"For good Friday and used to Sunday services because of corner virus, New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan says if they reached capacity of ST Patrick's cathedral Will have people stand outside, going to tell him stick around. Listen in, and we'll bring it Holy Communion and we wish you were here inside with us, But we're just glad you're close to the church here used to Sunday Mass at the cathedral is a ticketed event Beginning at 10 A.m.. The Mets Syrians of the Nationals postponed due
Man charged after hijacking crane in downtown Houston
"Or as high as 10%. Man's being charged after he allegedly hijacked a crane in downtown Houston last week. Timothy Elijah Gonzales facing criminal mischief and possession of a controlled substance. Charges. Houston police say they were called to a construction site around three a.m. Friday morning in the downtown area. When they arrived, they found Mr Gonzales 15 stories up on a catwalk and he walked over to the cab of a crane. Police say he was able to move the crane, but the construction crew cut the powers so he couldn't be moved any further. Police finally got the man down
Yes, our workdays are getting longer
"As we've all learned over the past twelve months due to the pandemic tools like zoom in slack at made it a lot easier to get our work done without being in the office but there is a downside to all this money. You're right bret. It feels like your workday has gotten a lot longer and if you feel that way you're not alone because we have tech nearby to help us work. It's become a lot harder to call it a day at the end of the day which we never get to. Sometimes joining now is usa today. Tech reporter terry collins who wrote a story about our longer work days that you can read on tech dot usa today dot com terry. Good too heavy back in man. How bad is it Man well thanks for having again and bread. I appreciate it. It's bad because you know it just comes down to the to be having you know for many of us. We restarted decide when it's time to turn off the switch. It's one of the things we're all experiencing you know and we may be in denial about it for wine. A urine pandemic grape will be working and having jobs in order to pay our bills liberal lives and whatnot and then to. it's just also been a great distraction. Take our minds off of well. We'll still in this pandemic you know trying to ward off trying to be safe from this deadly disease subjects in my story Tina schweiger said quote sometimes to take a shower. Or sometimes i don't. It's still not to do things because of kobe. And if you enjoy working ten scale it up you'll say oh i'll do a bit more. Research knocked email out. She basically said it's very easy to slip out of work. My story i mentioned a harvard business school study of more than three million people worldwide said average workdays increased by almost forty nine minutes from the pandemic early stages now by forty percent and a gartner study damaging story about forty percent. Say the workdays become longer and and gonna research spoke to Alexa cameron said turn workdays are somewhere between the two or three hours longer when we were back mcgrew working in the office. So that gives you an indication that some many ways we were we are working longer. So are there specific trends. That experts have spotted that are pointing to why we're working longer days while we're all remote while some of those reasons. Are you know we have problems disconnecting and we have like digital attractions Overloads hurt bringing noise. We were as as i was talking and the research. I spoke to mix to working longer. It's well said up that there's a growing consensus that That we're we're more more times in stressful working together working Apart from where we were in person and it one of those reasons were having more virtual meetings in debt therefore to be harder to the gate coworkers body language there's more vigil visual information to adjust included slide shows graphics and also being seen on camera curbs need to have you know quote unquote an on air personality. Well that yeah. I think i've felt that way to you. Know yeah hold on you know we get more phone calls for tax. Were emails more messages. Almost what you said. Mike and and you know we are seeing each other in a workplace. So we're always just have this no always on mentality. Why also wonder if you know. Sometimes since i'm working at home i take a break to put a little andrea. Enter to go make a sandwich. And then i feel guilty. When six o'clock comes that. I'm don't stick around longer to any advice. These folks gave you that you found from people that you interviewed that. I'm how to cut back on some of these extra forty nine minutes or two to three hours depending on what craziness year involved in. Yeah yeah they. We should really try to take a break one possible. Whether that's a series of by timothy breaks across the day edition of maybe taken an hour hour long lunch at teachers said than done especially in our line of work. I like one of my subsequent story. Kelly christoffersen who works at a houston based opera company. Said that quote we were just ourselves becoming available as multiple worse are always online whether we admit it or not. And i said we're more vulnerable. And says that i guess is more of a share experience through the pandemic raw trying to adapt and get through it. She example Talked to her depth shit april meetings on on platforms or you can zoom will meet. Microsoft teams webex. Her meeting her. I mean again at seven and then she purposely disconnected by pm and she's doing virtual the following day she tries to go poor rhyme or take a walk and she has her poem with her but she tries to not take a look at her. Feel it when when it's going up. She wants to check. Take that break and so we just have to just try to find the strength to know when when to step away and there are some employers. Who are trying to help do that. As well as i mentioned a company in iowa tech engineering company in austin texas there were gonna initiative to create a better work life balance one things. They've done in begay their workers two weeks off without impacting their vacation time and some of the departments are tested. A no me fridays. It's as we've got into this a year ago to work remotely and we've also got a way to continue to work remotely but also without jeopardizing our welby. I'm sure a lot of listeners would love a no meeting monday in a no meeting tuesday and meeting wednesday and run down the week but thanks as always for joining us. It was great having you and look forward to having you on again. Big appreciate it
2 dead, 13 injured after shooter opens fire at party
"At least 15 people were shot at a party Sunday morning in Chicago's Greater Grand Crossing neighborhood, leaving at least two people dead. We get more on the story from WGN's Brana Timothy shooting sought these 15 victims. Chicago Fire Department taken at least seven of them to hospitals. Others transported themselves for treatment at two of the people wounded, didn't survive their injuries and was pronounced dead on arrival. In a press conference earlier today, Superintendent David Brown, explaining some of the witnesses were still inside. Surgery, so they had yet to be interviewed were told the victims appear to be both men and women ranging in age from their twenties to their forties. Please say four guns were recovered at the scene, but they have yet to determine a
Louisiana high school boasts 4 best-album Grammy nominees
"The time Speak you. New Orleans Advocate reports. The New Orleans High School is celebrating Grammy nominations for four graduates. ST Augustine High School Alumni P. J. Morton, Timothy Thetford, Jonathan Batiste and Luke James are each up for best album in different categories at the awards show
Louisiana High School Boasts 4 Best-Album Grammy Nominees
"Jackie Quinn. The time Speak you. New Orleans Advocate. Reports in New Orleans High School is celebrating Grammy Nominations for four Graduates ST Augustine High School alumni P. J. Morton, Timothy Thetford, Jonathan Batiste and Luke James are each up for best album in different categories at the
A Leading Critic of Big Tech Will Join the White House
"Big tech companies are being put on notice. The Biden administration is preparing to crack down on them, and it's hired someone to lead the way. Timothy Wu, an antitrust expert, is joining the National Economic Council as a special advisor. He is an outspoken critic of the monopoly power of companies like Google and Facebook, both of which are facing antitrust
Nigeria is at risk of becoming a failed state
"Just the last few weeks to mass kidnappings took place both at schools in northwestern nigeria and the first unidentified gunmen attacked a boarding school. Killing one student and kidnapping forty two others a week later. Thirty eight of those. That were a ducted. Were rescued presumably by government forces. But the day before that rescue unknown gunmen kidnapped over three hundred girls from a boarding school in a nearby state on tuesday. The ap reported that two hundred and seventy were released now. It's not clear whether these kidnappings were driven by ideology ransom money. Though of course motive doesn't make much of a difference to those who are kidnapped or their families not dimension in places like northwestern area and profit are not mutually exclusive motives. Win hostages are released by boko. Haram and other extremist. It's almost always because some ransom has been paid and regardless of motivation. The average nigerian especially the average nigerian christian lives in constant threat for their personal safety. Nigeria's inability to guarantee the basic safety of its citizens now has observers asking whether or not this country is on the verge of becoming a failed state. That's the official term for a state where the government is no longer really in control. It's a label. Most often applied to countries like yemen or somalia where basic institutions are virtually non-existent. At least when it comes to protecting the christian population and institutions. They're nigeria's government hardly seems like they are in control because groups like boko haram and fulani militants operate with a defacto immunity in nigeria. Their actions against christians. There are given defacto legitimacy. If the government's blind eye is not intentional. It's fair to ask. Whether or not the government's authority even can extend beyond abu nigeria's capital city. German max weber famously defined a state as a human community that successfully claims the monopoly on the legitimate use of physical force within a given territory using even that most basic standard nigeria is clearly failing groups like icon have documented the violence in the northern part of the country where christians are killed wounded assaulted and abducted with regularity sometimes daily regularity by boko haram and fulani militants and nigeria is not the only country on the world watch for christian persecution that is also characterized as a fragile or even a failed state seven of the top ten countries on the open doors list also ranked high on the fragile states list which is produced by the fund for peace nigeria ranks ninth on the world watch list and ranks fourteenth on the fragile states index and this pattern makes both political and biblical sense a state that cannot effectively restrain or punish perpetrators of violence is in no position to protect the religious freedoms of its citizens as the apostle paul told the rahman's government is instituted by god in order to execute wrath on the wrongdoer that's why we're to obey the government including paying our taxes not because the government somehow morally praiseworthy. I mean rome certainly wasn't but because it has a god ordained role in keeping the peace and paul urged timothy pray for kings and all who are in high positions so that we citizens may lead a quiet peaceable life godly and respectable in every way but around the world many of our brothers and sisters don't even have that option of living the kind of quiet and peaceable lives that we hear take for granted and yet so many of our brothers and sisters around the world still manage to live in a godly and dignified way which is a powerful testimony to the legitimacy and the vitality of their faith as we pray for persecuted christians in nigeria and elsewhere we should also pray for the stability of their nations even for their government leaders. We should pray that they would have the courage. And the capacity to end insurgencies like boko haram and whenever possible. We should ask our nation and it's leaders to intervene or at least assist in squelching the chaos because without national stability. Our brothers and sisters around the world are kind of like sitting ducks at the mercy of those who wish to do them harm and they have no hope of living quiet and peaceable lives
Cuomo avoids public amid outcry over harassment allegations
"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting calls mount for new York's governor to resign calls for New York governor Andrew Cuomo to resign or mounted in New York City late Tuesday afternoon protesters chanted performers resignation with three women now coming forward alleging unwanted advances by the sixty three year old former Timothy Kumar the New York City democratic socialists of America told protesters almost feelings go beyond the allegation the statement issued Sunday Cuomo said some of the things he has said had been misinterpreted as unwanted flirtation hi Mike Rossio
Would You Ever Join OnlyFans?
"Wet is only fans. It is not a site that only sells electrical fans although you may find some pages that contain fans on them weird. Yeah because it was your first thought when you think of onlyfans a website that only fans if you literal now i understand what you're saying you like that but that's what. It is actually a nice summary. From men's health magazine explains that only fans which launched in two thousand sixteen allows users to post original content and sell to people who want to see it. There are chefs who share cooking. Videos and fitness instructors lead workout classes but the site has primarily become for the porn stars who have amassed a giant following. Most of those reforms charged upwards of five dollars for a month subscription. The maximum creator can charge fifty dollars a month plus extra for personalized photos and videos and tips are encouraged interesting. Okay that makes sense influence. A marketing hub. Kind of really breaks it down. Even further to your point they definitely say it's a monetize -able platforms that allows content creators to create these subscriptions with their their fans where they pay like you said x. Amount per month anywhere between five dollars to fifty dollars a month only fans retains a twenty percent fee so there is a fee per this type of service in argue sign up and they can also content. Creators also can have free pages where they can charge fans to access content via pay per view. So that's interesting to know and content. Creators have both the free page and a subscription page tha diversify and optimize their earnings. So for instance actor. Bela torn join only onlyfans and racked up millions of dollars in just a few days only plans implemented transaction limits which capped the ppv pricing at fifty dollars posts and tips from new fans at one hundred dollars per tip and they also change the payout frequency in some countries from weekly paths to pay outs. Every twenty one days so very very interesting also to know they just so you guys now on influence or marketing hub. They say that this site was founded in twenty sixteen by british tech entrepreneur investor timothy stokely and now has more than thirty million registered users and more than four hundred fifty thousand content creators. And that's pretty. Pretty darn nifty. Now to your point. I did also see a lot of content around the idea that this is a platform where you don't have to be showing sexually explicit type of content but for people who seem to be more popular and or iraq and more money seemed to be showing that type of content where com creators are posting uncensored x rated pictures videos as well as hosting live strange were their followers can engage with the creators real time interesting and also they have messaging features that allow creators to market to their viewers. Similar email marketing letting them know about new or exclusive content polls and more and their live performances go along way toward increasing audience. Engagement brand affinity optimizing viewership. Very very interesting
Merrick Garland Confirmation Hearing For AG
"But today is all about Merrick Garland. He'll appear before the Senate to take questions from lawmakers for the position of attorney general. Most people know Merrick Garland's name because of something that didn't happen. Garland never got a hearing after President Obama nominated him to serve on the Supreme Court five years ago. Here's NPR justice correspondent Carrie Johnson. Merrick Garland has devoted nearly 45 years to the law. But he didn't start out that way is, he told Professor Martha Minnow at Harvard Law School in 2016. Why don't you go to law school in the first place? Chemistry, well chemistry and math. Garland had planned to become a doctor. He wanted to help people one on one, but his collision with the hard sciences spun him toward the law, where he's looked for that sort of direct connection ever since. In the mid 19 eighties. At his law firm in Washington, Garland became a rising star. He made time for a young college graduate who worked in the copy center to Randy Thompson says Garland reviewed one of his papers, photocopied it and rearrange the paragraphs. That was the beginning of In essence and becoming a riding coach. For me, it was just extraordinary experience and became my coach. Eventually, my mentor and 30 something years later, a friend. Eventually Garland Road, MMA reference for law school and has kept in touch ever since, Thompson says garlands Still a little old school still humble, still looking to help. The only thing that really has changed about him, And I guess me as well is the color of hair. I don't know, well respected judge as attorney general. Help get the department under the quagmire of partisan politics that many people think it devolved to under President Trump and Attorney General Bar That's Georgetown law professor Paul Butler. He says the DOJ has been reeling from political scandals and racing to confront the threat from homegrown extremists. Merrick Garland has faced both before. After clerking on the Supreme Court. Garland took a job as an advisor in President Jimmy Carter's Justice Department. In those years after Watergate, DOJ struggled to separate partisan influence from law enforcement and establish new boundaries for the FBI. Garland also played a bit part in some of the biggest investigations of that era from political corruption to national security that Garland says later turned into hit movies. American Hustle about the Abscam case. Argo about the ex filtration of hostages in Iran and the most important the miracle on ice. Which was about the Lake Placid Olympics, where I did work on the security for the Olympics By the 19 nineties, Garland was prosecuting a violent gang that terrorized people in a public housing project. And helping build a case against DC's mayor Marion Barry. On drug charges Back inside Justice Department headquarters, Garland became the man to see for the hardest problems. The car bomb exploded outside of a large federal building in downtown Oklahoma City, Garland would soon travel to the site of the most deadly domestic terror plot in American history. 168 people died in that bombing in Oklahoma. Former deputy Attorney General Jamie Go Relic remembers watching that day with Garland by her side, he basically said while watching Children being pulled out of the wreckage. That he had to go. He really wanted to go. We both had young Children at the time and What we saw on those screens was so affecting. Garland oversaw the search warrants protected the chain of evidence and insisted that reporters have access to court proceedings. We wanted somebody Who could make sure that the investigation was done by the book. And that any indictment was bulletproof. Prosecutors later convicted Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols for their role in that bombing. Former prosecutor Beth Wilkinson says Garland played an important role in other confrontations with extremists in those years, including a standoff with the heavily armed Montana free Men. One of the examples I can think of is sometimes and there were these stand downs where there would be, you know, arrest warrants for someone, or there would be some kind of controversy between people who were challenging the federal government. America's first instinct wasn't to go in and arrest everyone. It was to try and along with the FBI to see if there's a dispute could be resolved. Wilkinson says. The FBI went on to arrest those men later. She credited garlands, quick thinking and cool head that may have prevented a tragic outcome. Just about the only criticism Garland's nomination has drawn is in the area of civil rights. Garland is a moderate, so I don't see him as the bold and visionary leader or racial justice that some people were hoping for again. Georgetown law professor Paul Butler that he's not an ideologue is both discerning for people who want an attorney general. To meet this moment of national reckoning inspired by the movement for Black lives and the killing of George Floyd Butler says he thinks girls just from the White House long time civil rights advocate Wade Henderson says Garland is up to the task. But Henderson says it's a big one. The next attorney general, for example, has to do everything In his or her power to fight for voting rights. Police reform Criminal justice reform and LGBT Q equality. For the past 23 years, Garland has been a federal appeals court judge in that role, he doesn't have much of a chance to share his personal views. Carolyn Lerner, the chief mediator at the courthouse, says Garland took an early, an important lead to update policies that protect workers from sexual harassment and other misconduct. I think it's very clear that Judge Garland cares a lot about these issues, and he really wants employees to be happy and comfortable in the workplace, and when he was chief judge, he took his responsibility. To these employees very seriously, she says. Garland wants to continue another of his projects at the Justice Department tutoring sessions with a young public school student. This year. The judge is working with an 11 year old boy and his twin sister. Your mom is Andrea Tucker. He makes this so interactive for them and so much fun and they can't get enough of it. It's the kind of public service that Garland has always wanted to
Los Angeles Lakers go in short-handed and fall to the Brooklyn Nets
"Lakers dropped the game to the Nets got blown out was not pretty wind up losing this one. It was 109 2098. Ouch out not good. We're going to break down exactly what happened and put a little bit of context into it. What does this mean for the Lakers moving forward now that you've lost this was a game that a lot of people look forward to a lot of people had this game marked on their calendars did the Lakers maybe not and there's a lot of different things for us to to get into here the team didn't play. Well, there's no question and we'll talk a little bit about that. But I think where we need to start is that the Lakers were down two starters and yes, it's fair to mention that the Nets were also Down Kevin Durant. That's a giant loss. The Lakers were down Anthony Davis age. A giant loss. They were also down Dennis Schroder and I thought that was a bigger loss than he would be on most nights because the Nets defense is so poor. I think schruder would have had a very good game tonight. Just living in the paint getting to the rim creating Havoc. He would have made a difference out there for the Lakers certainly, but unfortunately was not able to go do to contact tracing with all the cobit stuff going on. So, you know, that was that was definitely unfortunate. We certainly didn't get the kind of finals preview matchup that people have been thinking we would get from this game because you're missing those star players. I don't think we got a very good representation of who the Lakers are as a team. I also don't think we got a great representation of who the Nets are because they're so different with Kevin Durant, but we did find out that the Nets love to shoot lots and lots of threes and make a lot of them tonight. Let's finish the game shooting just 46% from 3, but that doesn't tell the whole story. They were 50% or better for almost the entire game. It was until the end that they dropped off doing a great job generating open Thurs. And the Lakers Defenders were struggling to get out there and get a hand up and they were knocking them down. Joe Harris ridiculous 647 from 3 for 21 points. I said, this is a pregame video game. But one thing that they couldn't do was allow another guy to get going if Kyrie gets his points if James Harden gets his points you're going to live with that you're going to try to make life as difficult as you can on them, but you can't allow another guide to get going in and this game Joe Harris certainly did again dropping 21 points and then you gave up 15 to Timothy Loma Carrboro 2015 points to TLC not great. They're from the Lakers side of things LeBron. James had to pretty much do everything 32.8 board 7 assists 33 minutes glad that he only played 33 minutes. No reason for you to burn him out in this game when it was clearly won. The Nets were going to win especially once they got into the second half LeBron 146 from three three of six from the line, okay? One of the only other guys in double-figures was sixteen and ten. So we got a double-double Montrezl Harrell with ten points. Nobody else really did a whole lot out there. Nobody else did did much on the offensive end. You had nine points from k c p but just 145 from 3 West Matthews who started and played some shooter 144 shooting o of two from deep in 24 minutes Mark assault eight points did shoot for 3:00. So I'd like to see them in four to five threes a night did shoot for hit two of them. So you'll take that but the Lakers on the night shooting just 27% from 3 that slide from behind the three-point line at one point. They were third in the NBA in 3-point percentage and they have dropped dramatically since then and in fact last game they were up just about forty percent from three against the wolves and that was the first game in a while they'd been even better than league-average from deep and that's usually about thirty-five thirty-six percent tonight shooting just 27% That's with me rounding up. That's not good enough that will not get it done 6 a.m. Turnovers on the night as well. That's not a good sign either pretty much everywhere things could have gone wrong for the Lakers. They they really did ten offensive rebounds compared to 8 to the Brooklyn Nets. The brake pads are terrible rebounding team. That was a place where the Lakers needed to dominate 24 free throw attempts for the Nets compared to just 14 for the Lakers each and every spot along the way where the lake she really needed to win that particular area free throw attempts 3-point percentage turnovers, the Nets came out on top and because of that they won the game and wanted thousand Ali so I wouldn't be taking your questions and comments, but I guess before we get into everything. How much do we really take away from this knowing? There's no Anthony Davis knowing there's no Dennis Schroder knowing that the Lakers how many times tonight did we see the Lakers throw out lineups that we've never seen before with five men groups that literally have not played a single minute together yet. Not played a minute. That matters and I know we get some people who say it always but you can't make excuses. You can't you know, you have to go out there and win every single game. I'm just telling you what happened in the game. We saw the Lakers defense breakdown thought that was the Nets offense was really good part of that was the Lakers energy wasn't there part of that was also that they were playing an unfamiliar groupings and defense being something where everybody has to be on the same page. You get defensive breakdowns like this when you throw a line up together add necessity, I don't blame Frank Vogel here. You have no shooter. No Anthony Davis your entire rotation changes and you're winding up throwing out these kind of bizarre lineups out on the court and that's going to create defense of break that breakdowns. It's going to lead to open looks because you guys aren't used to knowing exactly where they're going to switch off their defense of responsibilities are it's a tough situation to be in and so I don't want to make excuses for the Lakers energy. I think they should have played with more energy with more Pace should
"timothy" Discussed on Fresh Air
"From whyy in Philadelphia, this is fresh air. I'm David Cooley in for Terry Gross. Today. We marked the centennial of the birth of psychologist. Timothy leary considered the father of the psychedelic movement of the sixties and it's experiments with mind altering drugs. He was part of a team of scientists at Harvard who researched psychedelic drugs often using himself as a subject I've taken maybe LSD. Thousand Times but I always known where that drug came from. I've never taken I would never take a drug that I didn't have the pedigree of I would never take street drug. Also we hear from Rom dos, who also was a part of that team at Harvard. Back then he was known as Richard Alpert. and Michael, pollen will tell us about new research on the therapeutic effects of L. S. D. and other mind altering drugs. Also, I'll review the undoing, the new HBO Mini Series Starting Sunday..
"timothy" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast
"Fan Club podcast. I'm your host leany teenagers. That kill aren't widespread. Murderous youngsters is a disturbing thought for most people and even more troubling idea. Is that those teenagers. A sibling duo. No less would plot and carry out a plan to the only adult. That ever protected them together nineteen-year-old nathaniel again and his seventeen year old sister. Bray Hanson killed their stepfather. Timothy McNeil in cold blood. They did it simply because Timothy told Bray that she would have to move out of his house when she turned eighteen which she deemed unacceptable. Nathan didn't hesitate to help his sister with her deadly deed agreeing to help. Kill the only man that they ever considered a father. Murder most certainly is not the typical response to teenage anger. Today story is a tragic one about a pair of siblings who killed for no other motive than plain old selfishness. Okay on the Shell. Thursday July nineteenth two thousand seven was a typical day in the Rolando neighborhood of San Diego. California despite the occasional cloudiness. It was a good day for Timothy. Mcneil you see the day before was his birthday and he was going to be having a celebratory lunch with his stepdaughter bray. His actual birthday was spent with his new girlfriend. Kim and this bothered brave very much. She didn't want to share Timothy on his special day but being left with no other choice she opted to take him to lunch. The following day. Bray didn't want to be replaced with a new woman and Timothy's life and she could see this was slowly starting to happen especially once it became clear. Timothy was getting serious with him. Who had officially become his girlfriend. Bray was not going to come in second place. Timothy became her Stepdad when she was only five years old and he wasn't just a stepfather. He was her dad when her mother committed suicide. The year before break came to have timothy all to herself she enjoyed his undivided attention and therefore had a difficult time. Sharing Timothy's attention with Kim but rather than sitting down for a conversation like most people would bray decided that her stepfather had to die. She asked her brother who went by Nathan to assist her. She wanted her brother to hire a hitman. Who would pretend to be an intruder and shoot timothy without a moment's hesitation? Nathan agreed to help. Their plan was simple. Bray would withdraw money from two separate bank accounts get ahold of her deceased mother's handgun and place these items along with the house key into a bucks that she would leave outside on the porch for the Hitman. The original idea was to carry this out on. Timothy's birthday but two things prevented this from happening. The first was that Nathan wasn't able to hire a Hitman and the second was that Timothy changed his plans with Bray at the last minute. Depending on which story is true. Nathan called Bray and told her that they were moving forward with their horrible deed no matter what he was going to drive back to. San Diego from school in Arizona and was going to shoot Timothy Himself. Nathan stopped at a goodwill in Arizona and purchased all black clothing and a mask. He drove without stopping through the night arriving at the house. Sometime around four. Am He entered the quiet home using the house key? Bray left behind in the box and woke her up to let her know that he was there Nathan then weeded his step dad to get home from his girlfriend's to pickup break for lunch around twelve. Fifteen Timothy arrived home and came inside shouting out bray that he was back something he usually did. Timothy went downstairs to check some messages before leaving for lunch as he walked into the basement. There was a gunman dressed head to toe in black wearing a mask that completely concealed his face. The gunman was no stranger though. It was a stepson Nathan. Although whether Timothy figured this out or not will never be known. He ordered Timothy to sit down and as he was doing. So Bray walked into the room Nathan posing as the gunman instructed her to take some zip ties he brought with him and secure. Timothy's hands behind his back. She did she was told and the Nathan puts them zip ties onto breeze risks as well. Timothy asked use the restroom and was allowed to do so after Nathan remove braves restraints telling her to pull tim of these pants down. She did and immediately her resort secured again. She was moved into the laundry room and Santa against a wall and told the look away. Nathan walked away once again. Depending on whose story is true. Nathan went back into the game room down in the basement. He was trying to let Timothy use the bathroom and the ZIP ties came loose enough for Timothy. Start struggling with Nathan and the gun went off Nathan Shot Timothy striking him in the hip and he fell Nathan. Shot him again this time hitting him in the face. There were two more shots. One that went into Timothy Shoulder and landed in his elbow and the final kill shot that went into the back of his skull. Then Nathan ran ditching. The gun outside on the porch and the face mask which he tossed way up into a tree. His truck was parked just up the road. So escape was quick and unhindered wouldn't even didn't plan on was witnesses from the neighborhood would see him and his truck and would be able to identify him later to the police. Meanwhile Brady was back in the laundry room and managed to get a phone dialing nine one one with her tongue as she would later. Describe to the police. She was hysterical as she reported a burglary saying the gunman took her watch and phone and shot her. Stepdad then fled. Police arrived right away and Bray appear to be genuinely traumatized victim and was treated as such investigators. Were securing the scene and gathering evidence which was everywhere. They found the murder weapon outside on the back. Porch along with the ski mask. The gunman war both of which presumably were loaded with DNA. Police interviewed neighbors and obtained witness statements. But they couldn't help but notice there was no forced. Entry another notable thing was that it uncommon for a burglar. Shoot someone over nearly a ring and a cellphone. There was also nothing else in the home that was disturbed or stolen bray was checked out medically and take into the police station where she provided a statement to police and then was taken to her step and Bonnie and Richard McNeil's house however after she was dropped off there. The police needed some photos of the marks embrace risk from zip ties so they came back. It was during this interview that she made her biggest mistake because as she was recounting her story for police yet again she slipped telling the investigator that Timothy asked. Nathan why he was doing this of course. Police were immediately tuned in and suspicious when they heard this name dropped the name was never mentioned in conjunction with the murders before that statement. Furthermore they knew she had a brother named Nathaniel that went by Nathan. Bray tried to cover her mistake. She said that Timothy did see Nathan but it couldn't be her brother because he was away at school in Arizona. Despite their strong suspicions police left. Bray with her family. Later on that evening she was discussing her traumatic experience with her cousin shelley. The local news was covering the situation on the TV which prompted shelley to pull up a sketch of the gunman that she found on social media which she showed a bray who commented that some of the facial features were not right. The statement struck a chord tour cousin who overheard the remark. She knew that braehead previously said. The gunman had a ski mask on and she was unable to see any part of his face. Shelley was uneasy with this information enough so that she told her parents and then call the detectives on the case. The police came back to re interview. Braided clarify several inconsistencies. Some of the things that Bray was saying weren't quite adding up knowing they had her caught. The police arrested bray at approximately ten forty five PM. Once she arrived at the station she gave a full confession. Implicating her brother as her accomplice. Nathan Gan was arrested on July twentieth and Arizona. Your sister break. This is the most important our of your tire life and you know what else we talk raising raise it. She told US everything every single living and breathing the L. Let your little sister take the offers tells us. I think that was your son or your little sister that lever this whole thing. I'm your sister's fall for this whole thing because you won't man up the Big Brother you're supposed to act like and we went down in his place. You're living relieved not able to express the feelings what happened. I do want to pay attention. Why no are.
"timothy" Discussed on Amanpour
"Now we've just said the democratic campaign to replace. President trump begs a more critical question. Just how healthy is American democracy? Since Donald Trump was acquitted by the Senate many speculated that he would be emboldened or as. You just heard unfettered not chasing Yale. University's Timothy Snyder is a historian and author devoting much of his career to understanding the rise of tyranny in different parts of the world and he sat down with our contributor Ana Cabrera to discuss his concerns about the trend taking root in United States. You have devoted so much of your studying. You're teaching your writings to understanding the rise of fascism and tyranny in different parts of the world. You're sounding the alarm about what you are seeing here in the US right now. How concerned are you about America's democracy? I think I'm the right amount of concerned. When America's democracy was founded in the late Eighteenth Century People? We revere it wasn't founded on the idea that Americans are a special people. It was founded on the idea that tyranny is easy and democracy in republics are hard. The whole system was set up to prevent one man or one party from accumulating all the power that system has been tested for more than two hundred years. It's been seriously tested now but I think I'm the right amount of worried because everybody should be worried to be a citizen in democracy has to understand that you have to take a certain amount of risk yourself. The system doesn't sustain itself on its own. Can you talk about what it is that concerns you the most absolutely well in the last few weeks as we've watched impeachment and the impeachment trial unfold we've seen challenges to the basic founding documents of our country? The whole idea of the declaration of independence is that no man is above the law. The reason why independence was declared by the colonies was that King George was breaking established. Rules established contracts but the underlying principle was that everyone should be governed by the law. Mister Trump's defense in the impeachment trial was precisely that he is above the law. That whatever he says is the law that we should wait and see what he says and then adapt the law to that that is precisely what you're tyrants over the centuries and Authoritarians in the last century have always said our second basic founding document. The constitution is basically a design how to prevent someone for becoming a tyrant it assumes that if we have three parts of the government they will balance each other but what we saw unfold impeachment. Trial was the opposite. The Congress gave way and then Justice Roberts also gave way so at the end of it. We have a much much stronger. Executive claiming nearly absolute power which is something that the founders precisely were trying to prevent. You said Justice Roberts Gateway how did he give way will? I mean I've been. I've been union old fashioned thing which is actually reading the text of the Constitution and according to the constitution. The chief justice presides so just to say. He's in charge. The senators are meant to be jurors. What Chief Justice Roberts allowed to happen was that the jurors decided that they could do things like say how they're going to vote in advance so the jurors could decide to do things like not listen to evidence that the jurors could decide basically the shape of a trial. If you're in a small claims court or if you're in a divorce court or if you're in any kind of the United States those kinds of principles where the judge. The judge just gives up would be unthinkable so basically what we saw was a trial. That wasn't a trial and so both in the form and in the outcome the Supreme Court ends up being marginalized and not just not just the congress trump has been impeached. He's been acquitted and sense all of that. He's gone onto fire. Two of the witnesses who testified during the impeachment process. One of them being lieutenant. Colonel Alexander Vin men a purple heart recipient military veteran and he will recall testified during the house impeachment process that he felt. It was his duty to respond to a subpoena to speak the truth and his lawyer said in a statement. The truth has now cost lieutenant. Colonel Alexander Vitamin His job. His career and his privacy. He did what any member of our military is charged with doing. Every day. He followed orders. He obeyed his oath and he served his country even when doing so was fraught with danger and personal peril and for that the most powerful man in the world buoy by the silent the pliable and the complicit has decided to exact revenge and Tim. The president didn't even try to suggest. This was anything other than revenge. And now trump is saying the military should look into potentially disciplining lieutenant. Colonel Alexander Vin men. What does this tell you it tells me three things personally about Mr trump. It tells me that his desire to protect himself his his ego. His appearances. Sense of being right is bottomless. Because if there's anything that you should hold back from doing its from from punishing someone like like Lieutenant. Colonel Veneman. The second thing it tells me rather reminds me is how important. The lines of authority actually are even within the executive branch. We have never had a system where the President instructs the military. What rules should be followed in terms of in terms of military justice so even within the executive branch there are some lines that are very important? The third thing that it calls up to me is a memory of what purchaser like. Because that of course is what is happening. People who refuse to toe the line a line of fiction allying which said that Ukraine plotted against the United States and not Russia. A line that said a server was in Ukraine which has never been the case a line which said that Ukraine was corrupting us when we were trying to corrupt Ukraine in fact under the trump administration a line which was false a set of statements which were clearly false which Republican senators. Also know to be false that you don't follow a line like that and then get purged. That's what happens in authoritarian systems or rather into systems. And just add in. What else is playing out this past week within the Justice Department and in the Roger Stone case in which we now have four prosecutors who are part of that case who have withdrawn from that case. Two of them resigned from their office altogether after they were undercut after giving their sentencing recommendation. They were undercut by senior members of the DOJ after the president publicly complained about the sentencing that they were recommending in fact. He's a friend of Roger Stone and he clearly showed how he felt. The outcome was unfair. That was according to him. What implications could this half the two major ones one that we were already beginning to forget is just how deep and long lasting the consequences are when a foreign power plays around with American elections? So people like Roger Stone or for that matter. Mr Trump who is both involved and as a beneficiary are naturally going to be affected by the fact that a foreign power was involved that the fact that Russia in mattered in two thousand sixteen that Mr Stone helped Russia to matter in two thousand sixteen that Mr Trump did as well affects what they do in two thousand twenty and for the rest of their lives. So this is one more argument for trying to make our democracy sovereign rather than something which is open to international money and international influence. But the second and even more important implication is that this is a direct attack on the rule of law. The basic idea of our whole legal tradition is that law comes before the individual person and the more power. You have the more you have to respect that principle. If you're in Mr Trump's position what he's done is the very last thing that he ought to be doing. And this is a basic principle or system without the rule of law nothing else as possible including freedom including all the values which people Republican Democrat Independent. Whatever they might be Sarah Important. What role does the media play because we obviously help determine what is news and then we amplify that to make sure the information gets out to public? Are we partially to blame? And what do we do about that? I think the basic problem we have with the media is that we don't have enough media that actually search for hunt down create and record facts. What we don't have our enough reporters. We don't have people covering local news would have enough independent editorial boards on local newspapers. Who Begin their own independent opinion about impeachment? That might be different from opinions coming out of New York or Washington route of the two. The two political parties. We don't have enough creation of enough new material anymore. So we all get locked down and these emotional polarizing debates where everything seems obvious immediately so. I mean the big media has made some mistakes of course treating personality makes things easier on Authoritarians but our big problem with the media is that we just don't have enough facts well and at this point also feels like the facts and the truth doesn't seem to matter it doesn't break through you look at you know. The Washington Post fact checker which shows the president has said more than sixteen thousand false or misleading statements. Since he's been in office and yet the president continues to present what it is. He wants people to believe and he repeats over and over and over again and his supporters specifically by it. Why is that since people? I THOUGHT UP DEMOCRACY. We knew it would be hard because human beings naturally want to hear what they want to hear and Mr Trump is very good at telling people what they wanna hear and the Internet is basically a device for find. You know what you want to hear and giving it to you so this is the same challenge that we've always had in a new form and what it means that you can't be cynical. You can't give up on the truth. You can't give up on facts you have to say. I'm on the side effects because facts. Give us a chance to have deliberative. Democracy gives us a chance to have law gives us a chance to have decency and for that matter prosperity because one of the things that I think. The people who don't care about facts aren't thinking about is it ultimately not just democracy but functioning markets depend upon factuality. And if get rid of it completely. We're going to have not only authoritarianism but our prosperity will very soon be at risk as well. The president communicates with a lot of slogans and mantras and things that are easy to remember he gives his support or something to rally around right like make America great like America. First you say this is a form of politics of eternity which started in Russia. Explain okay well with the slogans. That goes it goes way back. I mean the idea of of a slogan like lock her up or drain. The swamp is to get people rallied so that they think we're in their out where the real nation the other people are not the real nation. They're corrupt whatever it might be. That's that's that's older than Russia that goes. That goes back to fascism and other kinds of authoritarianism by politics of eternity. I mean the kind of politics which we see very much in the twenty first century where not much policy actually gets made. If you look at trump's four years basically zero policy in the sense of big laws that could affect people's lives the one big law is a tax cut for corporations and the rich. And that's not really policy. That's just gravity. That's what happens when you do nothing Politics returned the is teaching people that politics is not about changing. The world. Politics is just about characterizing the world. We're good. They're bad we're in their out and we know this because we say to ourselves with these with these persuasive and appealing slogans over and over and over again. What do you think America's adversaries people like Putin are thinking as they're witnessing what's happening right now in America we? I mean we are helping Putin system last because the whole justification for Mr Putin system in Russia is that sure things in Russia are corrupt. Shore were an oligarchy. Sure the media lied you all the time but look at look at other countries. It's just the same basically what's happened in the. Us last four three years confirms this on our institutions unfortunately have become more and more like the caricature which the that the Russian media portrays them as being the impeachment trials a very good example the solemn picture of Justice Roberts talking about this being the supreme deliberative body in the world which is obviously in the circumstances a joke right and making our institutions. A joke is exactly what helps authoritarians like Mr Putin survive. If there's no example of things going better it makes their life much much easier. I mean a a big thing which is happening is that there is no longer an American example. The American simple is always been imperfect in many ways but there is no longer American example that dissidents in China or oppositionists in Hong Kong or journalists in Russia or Poland or Hungary. Whoever could point to thanks to Mr Trump we know that President Putin and Russia launched disinformation campaign to interfere in the two thousand sixteen here in the United States and the FBI director?.
"timothy" Discussed on Amanpour
"Npr PBS. Newshour poll. Bloomberg is in second place nationally but the political press is flooded with headlines about his crime policies like stop and frisks the disproportionately targeted black men when he was mayor of New York about allegations of sexist comments and about his limitless war chest after decades of underwriting liberal policies on gun control climate health and education and political candidates including many women Bloomberg is funding his own campaign to the tune of four. Hundred million dollars and counting. So what does it mean to be so rich in a race? Where other leading candidates are targeting billionaires? Timothy O'Brien is a senior adviser for the Bloomberg Twenty Twenty campaign and he's joining me now from Sacramento California. Welcome to the program. It's a privilege because John is so timothy. O'brien this is actually a major turning point. You know we've had Mayumai because he likes to call himself declare he's been doing all these things spending lots and lots of money but now comes the first public test on a debate stage with everybody painting a target on his back. I just introduced this with the money issue. How are you going to? What do you expect when it comes to you know asking the question that I just posed? Well you know. We're looking forward to having Mike on on that debate stage. I think it's good for the American voters to see him Surrounded by the people were campaigning against I think there's been a dialogue around this campaign that that Mike has surged simply because we're spending a lot of money on ads which couldn't be further from the truth. We've got a massive ground operation. We've got about twenty one hundred people. Nationally were in forty five states and territories. He's been in twenty four states. I've been in twelve. We're in people's communities and I think is this gotten to know Mike and the totality of his record as mayor the things he's accomplished in his life as a self made businessman a philanthropist and public servant. He's got an enormous traction with voters. And that's why the needles moved and and we're just GONNA continue on that course so I wanNA play a sound bite from one of his opponents. Obviously Senator Amy Klobuchar. She was on CNN. State of the Union program this Sunday and this is what she said. I think he has to come on a show like yours here Dan. He has not gone on any Sunday show since he announced. I've got to answer questions. Like I just did my record. And he has to do the same thing. I don't think you should be able to hide behind. Airwaves and huge ad buys so the two points one is come publicly and defend your policies and sell your promise policies. The other is don't hide behind the hundreds of millions of dollars that he's bought ads with now. You say that nothing could be further from the truth. Very few people believe that most people whether they support his candidacy or not say that it is only because of that money that he has put himself in such high visibility. How can you argue with that? Well I would argue with it because it's clear the idea that not many people believe that has held. Only I think right now by the national media the fact is that voters totally believe it. Mike wouldn't be surging in the polls if he was hiding quote unquote behind. Mike has far more governing experience than anyone else. Campaigning this race including Senator Klobuchar who we admire. She's a great public servant but she's a legislator. Mike is Actually governed complex. Large City. Done it with aplomb with some mistakes but net net. He's regarded as one of the best mayors ever in the city of New York. He's been in the public sphere for decades. He has an hidden behind anything. He's done scores of interviews across the country television print. So we're out in public. Voters know it and they have an affinity for him because I think they understand that the twenty twenty campaign is ultimately going to be a referendum on competence and character and Donald Trump is sorely lacking in both of those character categories and Mike Bloomberg has those qualities in abundance. Let me just quickly ask you about demeanor. I've interviewed him many many times. And he's a very blunt man I mean. He is a self made billionaire. He's also as you point out being a successful city executive and he has put his money where his mouth is on policies but he also can be pretty impatient when you ask him a question that he doesn't particularly like Oh thinks is an informed or whatever. How is that going to serve him? When he's up on that debate stage with all these people are going to do their best to rile him up. And with the press that is going to do or whoever the moderators are their best to treat him like. They treated all the other candidates. But well you know. Mike's ready for that. We we were Mike is who he is. He's an enormously talented compassionate man who is extremely tough minded when it comes to solving problems. He's impatient about solving problems. Every single core policy issue that American voters care about right now affordable housing healthcare education. Jobs the guns crisis. The climate crisis is a track record on all of these that none of the other competitors compared to and he's been able to solve those problems because he's tough minded because he's blunt because he's impatient and because he's a deeply committed and compassionate public servant. That is Mike Bloomberg is. We're looking forward to voter seeing that. So the other thing that many people talking about it. And it's not just the press you know and and it's haunted some other candidates but it's all the stop and Frisk Policy. That was part of his his his his campaign as mayor when. I spoke to him about this not so long ago at the climate summit in Madrid. He actually basically apologized. This is what he said. It was our policy in the end it turned out we were using it to aggressively and when we cut it back. It's didn't have the effect we thought crime would go up. It didn't went down and so we reduced it by ninety five percent and I've said I'm sorry I was wrong and I'm sorry after that I don't know what else to tell you is there. He goes again. I'm sorry after that. I don't know what to tell you so. Is I take my apology? Our own you know. Take the high road and some people have said that brings. I think I think he. He's been apologizing. For this repeatedly the campaign will apologize for it. I think stop and Frisk was a bad policy that traumatized people of color and Mike stood by it for too long. I think he owes it to communities of Color To to prove through his actions going forward that he feels deeply apologetic for it and having said that I think stop and Frisk clearly doesn't represent the totality of his time as mayor we would not have current and former mayors of color and public elected officials members of Congress of color. Endorsing this campaign but for the fact that they know that Mike Bloomberg lowered the incarceration rate for juvenile color lower the incarceration rate dramatically overall while he was mayor he diversified the NYPD. He developed model programs of outreach to vulnerable children of color that Barack Obama modeled my brother's keeper on. He had the most progressive immigration policy of any big city mayor and yes he had stop and Frisk which wasn't egregious mistake but it does not define who he is. And I think there's an effort now to define him by stop-and-frisk because we're in the campaign season but the people who know him know better and voters of color incidentally have been responding to this. We are surging in the polls and communities of color they're focusing on things like the Greenwood Initiative which is the most progressive substantial proposal for addressing economic and social inequality in black communities across the country that any campaign is put on the table. And he's also today or your campaign. Today has unveiled a new sort of criminal justice proposals which are aimed at building on what you said. Like reducing incarceration rates making much less disparity in this really very unfair criminal justice system when it comes to blacks and people of color. Explain that explain. What else is envisioned? Well you know. I think one of the most abusive and unfortunate pieces of public policy to come out in the United States was the nineteen ninety-four trying bill and I think it had a horrible impact on low income communities of color and clearly on on prisoners themselves because it was such an oppressive policy and it was a policy that competitors of ours in this race like Bernie. Sanders embraced wholeheartedly. I think Mike is showing in this criminal justice reform policy that he understands where the inequities lie in the Criminal Justice System the bold and compassionate important measures that need to be taken to make sure that criminal justice reform rough justice reform Improve the lives of people in low income communities and particularly low income communities of Color We have not seen proposals this bold come out of the sanders campaign. And we'd be interested to see Bernie. Sanders held accountable for the ninety four crime bill to the same extent that stop and Frisk has been a subject of important scrutiny as it should be for Mike. So let's move onto the women issue. I mean a grain. You know this has come up over and again. There's been an article in the Washington Post about certain comments. Mike Bloomberg is called them board e jokes. Some of the more pointed accusations. He's he's blatantly fully denied. But how do you think this is going to affect a what other candidates are going to rain down on him and be his electability amongst women? I think again. I think there's I think over the last week. These are questions that came up. When Mike ran for mayor of New York? They've come up the last few years. These aren't new new questions. A voters in New York. Put them aside because most of the accusations did not involve him. Personally we want to take them on specifically in the METOO era we feel is a campaign that is a healthy development Women have been held back in the workplace and in politics and social life for far too long by men who are either Crass unfeeling or predatory like for example. Donald Trump himself. Mike Bloomberg is not that person. What's come out over the last week and are sort of in two categories? There's this issue of a gag book of jokes that was given to him thirty years ago. Jokes he did not write that had very offensive and gross jokes about women in them. He didn't say any of those things and he didn't write the gag book but the press is pulling quotes out of that book as if they're quotes out of Mike Bloomberg's mouth. He has repeatedly denied saying them. We will continue to say that but the media Sort of having a field day with them with and it's it's obviously helping op research from Mike's competitors the other set of issues here are the sexual harassment claims that came in to Bloomberg LP again. We think it's a very healthy development that women in the workplace have the tools. They need to defend themselves. If they're being treated abusively in the workplace there are dozens of those lawsuits and the press has had headline saying Mike Bloomberg accused by five women. Sexual harassment those lawsuits are targeted at Bloomberg LP. They are the defendant in those cases In none of those cases as Mike Bloomberg accused personally of predatory behavior in the ones that have come to light and that have been adjudicated in one case judge. Preska WHO's a very prominent? Well regarded female. Judge was very tough on workplace harassment. Issues found that the case lacked the evidence to go forward Mike's Actions speak louder than than these false lines that are being attributed to him..
"timothy" Discussed on No Chaser with Timothy DeLaGhetto
"What's up. y'All welcome back to the no chaser. PODCASTS on Timothy deal get blades we now going to start a senior in show today because literally less than an hour ago. We just found out that Kobe Bryant died in a helicopter crash. And we're all you know of course It's a sad day his daughter. They also confirmed at this time that his Adriana was on the plane and is fucked up is fucked up and you know we don't want to WE WE'RE NOT GONNA go into too much dwell on it. You know what I'm saying like. Of course we hear the if anything we're here to entertain you guys get your mind off it But we definitely you know. Want to address it. It's fucked up Kobe's you know one of Ego. It's not even not even if you're a hardcore basketball fans fans like how you not just all over the world all over the world for numerous reasons numerous reasons in La specifically though yeah we are feeling feeling it is here. It's it's lonely on the streets is not good enough. Feels like Michael Jackson and at the same time at the center one one hundred percent I was gonna say like it's like I was driving here. It's fucking gloomy. And I was like because I feel like if I could have I would have cancelled his day. Because look we're GONNA be here all day. This was in. This is the first time that you none of us were in a group chat by the way to see when anybody was showing not one of US wrote each other even confirm the Times. There was absolutely nothing by the time you wrote me was when we were supposed to be here and just knowing every single one of us has our own and almost everybody listening has their own own story their own connection their own reasoning. This is someone that no matter who you are where you are in the world. He has touched you in a way that only you can explain what you're feeling today right and and I didn't like I I. You know we have the studio booked all day. I was like I really wanted to be like never mind all this. Take a day to buck. ingred get over this but I can't. The show must go on you know but I was here. It was gloomy. I was like you know what I WANNA be a sad boy. My car I'll put on some NIP driving here. It was like like and you could sell. This is real somber in La. You know I actually wrote I sent Brittany Elena message so Brittany is from the bay. A we've known each other for a long time and if I can say anybody that's like really been working hand in hand with pushing A message with sports and just being empowered and working side by side with Kobe Hobie. I sent her a message that we don't talk like that and I just like the first people that I thought about was his family and then I thought like she came into mind and I'm just like there are very few people that are really Out there pursuing what they wanna do an en- living up to this Like the dream like going and doing what you love every single day in and then being connected that person. I know that everybody's feeling it today So you know recipes woman. Tom Bryant I I do want to say one thing though to everybody out there especially because it's going to be on the Internet is all across these different platforms. It's like allow everybody to have their own moment. Don't try this. This isn't about trying to make it about you but everybody's connected so if you feel like somebody's doing it for cloud we're doing it for whatever just understand that like really. Is it that necessary to feed. It's all the extra shit. Just let somebody have their moment because we're all feeling very out I'm I'm my as was thinking about junior high when I picked twenty three and Emma homegirl. Pick twenty four. You know why we do what we do as athletes and ends individuals. Yes I feel yeah I feel that and I was just telling Rick Look for me when when someone dies is it's not my first instinct to like get a picture of them and then post on instagram at. But I get that if that's how you grieve. You know what I'm saying. It's generation of like. Let's let's put everything online. Can you feel me and if I if your first thought is to do that because it makes you feel better find what I'm saying for me it it doesn't. It's not what I WANNA do right away. But also on the same token you know what I'm saying when I was scrolling and someone posted a picture of not. Kobe come on man Kobe most also the picture of him and his daughter. And I just in my caption literally was is that you inspired people and everybody has their own connection to you. I don't have to write my personal personal story. Nobody else has to explain why but what we're going to do today is acknowledge this because I can't imagine posting anything else. There's no such thing as cloud chasing on this one. Yeah everybody everybody here so we don't try and get back to business. You know what I'm saying Because we don't want to talk about all the time we're GONNA try and be funny. I guess so. Don't attach anything we saved from here on out the right. If we really could this would be a whole L. discussion about loss. I mean it could be anything how everybody could. I thought about that too. I was like what blizzard you just like. When we we just pose an open all the Lakers up again waking up in La and my job not from La? And I know a lot of people that are from La up. That's so deep rooted. My uncle is like his whole freaking bar was paint. He's and he's not from La but he had a Laker bar and Kobe stuff everywhere. So as you. I'm not even look. I don't even watch basketball like that. You know what I'm saying but like of course going up is a big part of it too. It's like Kobe was like the hero out here. You know what I'm saying like Who didn't own trash away? Scream out like I watch basketball like that. I was just in Oakland and San Francisco the past two days in Laker gear. Yeah just to try to Piss somebody off right now you know nobody can say anything gets to this. Hang ten there. And it's like it's all worried reader out warrior by Laker warm-up looking at everybody goes our team sucks so we rooting for whoever the hills. Just showing. There was so many on on an I'm a Laker Fan. Zhiyi okay you go to you go to a warriors game and you know like everybody. We're like we're here because we're not ban wagons and we gotta support your when you suck so we here but yeah you know the Laker gear. Everything like like purple and gold. My high school that I went to was purple and gold. Wasn't yeah it was purple and gold it worse prominent. Anita you know what you know what I need to hit the gym man. I but sometimes I don't feel like going to the gym. You know what I'm saying. But that's that's why I F- With Beach Body on demand. Now what does that you.
"timothy" Discussed on Do By Friday
"Try the one I like and if that doesn't get the result I need. I'll try again but he on the the phone. I really am not trying to fuck around like what I need to. Google something I sometimes I need to know what you're running late for something you need to look up the address or whatever yeah that makes sense. It's a good middle ground. I am more paranoid. I think about the stuff that goes on my would like to. I'd like to get Google out of my life like I don't. I would like Google to not know anything about me. Not use any google services but it's almost impossible to avoid like it's youtube. It's g mail like there's no competitors and every time every time one of us gets a person gets close to saying the frustrating you get close to sing like you know I really would like. I don't want to be on facebook and I don't want people tracking me me and then you get the you get the brigade by everybody's saying well you know. Facebook doesn't even need you to be logged in to understand. You and it's like it's so frustrating to me because it's like no. I guess they don't own but I is. It not conceivable that I can do things that helped me participate in that less. It seems very dangerous and very damaging to encourage people to think there's nothing they can do to help themselves that like they're foolish to try and do anything that Amelia rates their condition or that makes it makes it less easy for people to just fucking track. Everything I point of view is really unhealthy to me. You want to do as as little to contribute to the problem as you can and as much to help with two towards the solution as you can so that's why I wanNA re up guardian and again. I know I know I could trust but guardian is so fucking cool and I feel like there are ways in which I see you know. I got kind of message I've got someone who works Guardian and they've got mad at me for saying that they might be a state actor. No no no said we're not a state actor. They weren't mad. I feel so so bad about this. How would they how would they know you heard the show yeah and I said and I said I'm very skeptical of any of VPN's general because a lot of them are I like weird surveillance things and the reason the one they listen to this show to the very nice person came up to me? Ww a d. c. and got me on the Beta and I've been apparently using guardian since then and just didn't realize it was running sorry about that. I totally forgot forgot one blocker ex you don't. I don't remember I know it's so weird when you then go see somebody else's browser you look at their bras and you're like what are you looking looking at. What is that what you're pages look like all the time. Jesus Christ yeah so anyway so I can't. I can't vote for it I'm going to do I'm going to do a quarterly subscription a yearly subscription. I don't know if I like it. I do monthly I the the bid so I'm not here to vouch for the VPN part but we keep we keep returning to VPN VPN part because that's the part where people are gonNA worry. I'm talking about the firewall part. 'cause you can fucking see and working. It's it's so wild so like for example apple and had a really good interaction with the guy the guy at garden about this. I sent them up email. 'cause it's like it's suddenly turned off on on all of my devices and I think we arrived at when you do the monthly subscription. There's a chance that it's going to get confused you know and anyway short but I was on I I've but now gotten used to being on Google and he scored at the bottom of the page. If you score the bottom of Google search page right now you're GonNa see something there about your location where it's going to say Oh yeah this is your precise location or this is what we've guest from like. DVD and my always says unknown or Santa Clara now because is the VPN that I'm using is in San Jose Santa Clara County so but it's just wild because one day I was surfing around Google and I saw my location the footer and it really jumped out at me Ray because I've gotten so houston seeing something different there and when I looked in the turned off so I it's not to say I think that must have to do subscription and confusion but like I I don't you don't see that anymore. No longer is saying you are exactly here here and we know it and here's the reminder so I don't know maybe I'm living in a dream world but like I that dumb little thing my friend Chris Colin is dad always used to say you. Lock the screen door to keep the honest people honest. There's nothing to keep somebody from knocking down your screen door but having a screen door might help a little bit because it keeps the honest people honest and in that instance like having things like that using stuff liked go if you can. I don't know I don't get to a place where I'm turning. It Holden caulfield again. I just don't want to get to the place where like you start to feel concerts to feel so utterly helpless that being cynical about other people's attempts to improve their life or something you feel the need to knock down is going to say about that. This is a wonderful wonderful very uplifting. Episode can't can't wait it to follow up for rectify sometimes sometimes if you feeling sad you listen to Elliott Smith. You know your you're. We're here to bring you down. We can build you up. Oh can I had oh good you. Look at your ever. Look at your Uber Uber rating no never ever ever ever. Why do you want to don't know those that's not for you. Marlins Merlin's one in other words. You don't get me. Nobody look at me. Everybody look everywhere else but at me. The last thing I want to do is look at myself. Jesus Jesus TAP DANCING Christ's no no no no no no I. I'm Oh God I'm a four point seven and and I assumed which is your lift really at the Chicago. Seven can't beat he did but I assume that a four point seven was because a lot of times for work I take Uber and we bring a ton of stuff. It's a pain in the ass but I always call an advance them like. Would you like me to cancel. Is Your car big enough. do you have the time for this and they say yes so this morning. I just got up the balls because I noticed that I went from four point seven to a four point six nine and I had to ask I'm like kin. Excuse me are there notes or something about why a person has a bad rating and he's like Oh yeah yeah. Do you want me to check yourself soot and apparently amador slammer your door. SLAMMER had no idea amador slammer and now you know yeah don't be a door slam right they should they should have a way to you say they should be able to give you notes in a non judgmental way yeah. Here's something you could work on. I'm just trying to be tried not being gay. We'll see we'll see see. I think you're at least a seven. I think released the seven now four point seven kill you get fired for below four point seven I think have you noticed lately at least either so I have so suber but on the lift suddenly every single driver is five point. Oh is that. Are you getting that too yep. I I've gotten a lot of non five point zero Rides Yep. Yep where it's like you you or a very dangerous man with the things that you do in the car. You're so not a five. I refuse to believe that that's what. What do you think they're fudging it? You think that's just they just painted that on. Everybody gets five point. Oh I have two theories Um people can de activate and reactivate their account if they get too low with a what does that do that resets it. I think so who do that every day the because then you get flat it's like a cabaret license. That's so wild and or or they're only updating it like once a month or something. Now maybe does that. Make sense instead that of an instant link. You get one star and it's flagged or something whereas if you let's say you give this person four stars because they're not August eighth man because you started driving you started driving away my for my daughter had closed the door sir. I'm not even they get into the fact that she doesn't have a seat belt on because her right leg is outside the car the..
"timothy" Discussed on Do By Friday
"That's where it stands. I haven't paid Mike It. I have to get on that Alex. Pay Mike. I don't have the Mike sent me and the invoice I just forgot. I keep forgetting I really i. I don't know I would hate to see the end. Is there any way that we can escalate this publicly. It'd be good for everybody. Do you think Mike likes like what if we where does he live. He lives in like somewhere in. He's got a cold water flat by the Laurie by the Laura Chester. Is that a place while Chester Yeah Yep. Yep a salamander upon school but what have we hired every day okay. How about this. What are you know Mike. If there's one thing I know about my curly loves like clowns. Her birthday entertained entertainer clones clones. He likes to Color Orange. What if what if we hired like every every birthday entertain every children's birth entertainer within like a like a like a hundred kilometer radius of salamander upon Laurie England's Laurie Laurie Patch yeah them and sent them to Mike while he was recording a podcast also could I suggest that you pay them. You pay them you pay them in pound sterling by the hour ooh are they won't get the full amount if they leave they have to imagine sixteen to forty five children's clowns appearing at his cold water flat and and they want to tell the tell him what if what if what if he doesn't pay them though what if they challenged him to a dual uh-huh dual now they challenged him he gets to pick the weapons right so he might they might pick balloons and he he might might pick something like a like a phone case. I was GONNA say X. Cables Oh no no no he's GonNa pop the pop sockets off on them and then throw some Nintendo switch switch. Those little handles yeah. He's mad that they moved the apple logo. They moved the apple logo and that's where it's pop's goes It's a tough time to be alive and have a puff up socket. It is it is. I don't know something something where he can't turn it down. Here's the problem by pop it in my wide and chuck it. Papa pockets on the Wide Angle Gosh ought I've says jen being sixty dollars twice and she's never collected artist or sixty nine dollars and then the second time I went for sixty-nine and she never collects it and I get an email from pay pal. Months later says Giambi never collected your sixty dollars. She's always asking people to pay pal or sixty dollars and I finally did and yeah I did it again and she never collects it so bad on me. I chose an avenue whereby doing nothing. She kills my goof so I think with Mike. You'RE GONNA you need to make his life very uncomfortable. You're going to have to do something that he can't look away from. Maybe maybe tell oh you know what you should have him some bitcoin you you gotTa pick up. you gotta go wait a minute. What if I go on camera. What if I buy him cameos. Are there any. Do you think there's any English celebrities cameo. Let's see what is what do we know Mike Likes Oh. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. Wait a minute pay. Thaw mcelroy's pay gone do on do due to get a majority ron do a super jumbotron and get those good good boys to do an adventure zone goof for Mike. That's very because you know those guys make a lot of do. Let's be honest. I think if I here's my concern is I think if you do a jumbotron. They don't get to it for like a year now. No no no no no no super jumbotron. You're going to have to really you're going to have to really escalate late. This and you've these boys you should you should tell them I don't know it might involve blackmailing them and then we're getting much bigger goof but but I don't know what's coming. It's gotta be something he can't refuse. You know maybe make it look like something else that is being delivered. Oh your new iphone twelve super super plus. Max Enterprise is available for pickup today governor and then he goes and it's it's literally thousands of dollars and now you're the winter well will. He is states right now. He is yeah well. No no no we should say he's in the United States because on Shoe Weight Away on September twentieth he and Stephen Hackett are going to do a podcast upon I saint jude which is a hospital. I'm sick and I'm sick and by this. Oh my gosh aw he he's he's too good. I think he's avoid. Let's be honest yeah movie so so trivial for him to come and collect his dinner. I he's buying me. He's like he's giving money and then he's getting me won't let me pay him back with this thing and I was raising money for kids like it's it's it's disgusting. What if we donate it it to Saint Jude in a way that's embarrassing. What if we what if we kick let's say let's take a thousand dollars of Dubai Friday money or you know whatever you think is appropriate Korea but we always going to be very publicly embarrassing for him all right. I've got I've got it. I've got it here we go. Here's the deal now. This is going to take some doing. I don't want to hear why it's not GonNa work okay. We're all aw I already why. It's hard to tell me how to we're going to get this done. Okay we need. We need a cancer kid. He's gotta be real sick okay and he's going to go up to Mike Mike Right. Maybe he's got one leg. I don't know if that's an option. We'll file that for you know. If we can work with the shriners he hobbles up okay and he's gotta go. Mr Stole a tiny tiny Tim McCann American tiny Mr Harley Mr early. It's my one my one make a wish is that you take the money for the helmet that Iota Max and now Mike Skinner what's Mike and be like fuck off. Photographers also hired photographers and videographers. I think I'm picturing. He's got soot on his face ace yeah right because Jimmy's brown very you know but to do it right. I think you should hire you should hire a little person higher little person who can pass okay as small. Timothy Small Timothy comes up in some kind of an adorable rickety cart. She says this early Mr Hurley. I have more makeup. We will make a wish. They say what can I do think he's what am I could. He do you think we could. This is too much. Is this you tell me if it's too much what if he's got one of those little Peter Gingrich allege what if he's got one of those little caps he takes puts it over his heart. That's required and excuse excuse me talking on his pocket. He's off the rickety cart so creaky Inka Inka Inca small timothy okay patients who have a real dry cough. What what is this rickety cart that. Is it at a tricycle. That's falling apart. I don't know it's it's so tells well timothy gets around like one of those schools yeah the frog doc in the the frog and the National Lampoon cartoon. He's got himself into the little car. It's very low to the ground. It's not well made it's like when Omar gets shot and he builds the crutches for himself in the janitors closet. Yeah okay needs some sort of jury rigged could you could you hire anyway. I think that that's a very good 'cause it's one of the one of the the hottest one say charity. They do good work but if we can have small. Timothy pithy somehow I don't know I would love to donate to them and embarrassed Mike and get into admit what he's done to you. Publicly Yeah Yeah. He's not going to say no to it. If it's if it's one of those little kids he can't there's cameras there yeah and Steven like he's going to have to. What's he gonNA say not now. I'm podcasting yeah right guessing for hours. There's plenty of time for that yeah. We knew I need a real sick. Kids so if anyone's listening and just to be clear it wouldn't be your kid does appointed a bit is it wouldn't be a kid. WHO's there for care there. There are many I understand. I thought okay I'm just he's been for months. He's trying trying. He's been waiting for the opportunity to meet your saying. It's like a character actor. Yeah you get a Ding login there and he's small timothy in a very very low cart that Chris. I'm I'm on board saying he's not sick. It's an actor. Oh no no that would be in bad taste and we said why why what if he's what if he's dressed as a as a little all sic that's a clown. What are we. What else do they have. What else did they going on problem so small Timothy. He's a clown. What does that. What does your calendar. What what is your calendar for me with my kid. I mean they're in the probably very close right there. They don't even have to go across the street. There's kids kids everywhere. You know what you do a casting call we could do. I know everyone's laughing at me but this isn't that big of an ask. No Oh God God I think it would be selfish and nothing really is out there listening to the show notes. A small timothy really anywhere in the central states states. Let us know we'll. We'll build a cart. Yeah thank you for your service. I feel I feel like the the walls are closing in. I think we got him now. They hate him so much. Take and what else do I have Do you guys have stuff topics. I was super quick. You have a super cookie. Okay from a listener to the show bench bom sixteen shared with us. Remember we had the mystery of we did. The unconventional fancy challenge and none of us can remember what the fuck it means uh-huh unconventional fancy fancy. I Says I've been listening to the podcast from the start. I think I found the origin of unconventional fancy in the Snot Yoga after show at approximately family fifteen fifty. You talked about re re framing this shoe tree challenge as quote. Do something unconventionally fancy with your clothes. That's working from an Alex is probably all whacked on her goof-balls. She wrote down ads. You know it was Daddy. Daddy wrote it wrong. I'm pretty sure it was me but thank you to to Benjamin for for sharing that with us. I can finally sleep now someday. Someone's going to finally crack the P. Where the origins of peanut butter came from Oh my oh no. I think we've already established John Syracuse. That's safe wording destiny when he's wearing wearing is with this enchanted sword and think I need my powders..
"timothy" Discussed on No Chaser with Timothy DeLaGhetto
"Moist as warm as wet episode of the no chaser podcast. I'm timothy dale. I get confused shucks and i'm nikki blade. You knock confused because we feel how moist it is and here is a hot day in l._a. I'm i go fat lady powder down about <unk> ovarian cancer. You do things like put the odorant like on your balls like the crack in between your <hes> leg involves. I have ball d._o._d. Whereas before them all they have that for you guys manscaping makes it yeah because the other day i definitely a fog is barbie. Hot is hot shit out here lately so let me just put a little like line now all my actual ball aw in between the ball and leg crease filming so i i had this shit from avon or something that is just like a jail that keeps you dry. It was hum put in the boston area. Where it pretty good yeah i met. Somebody should make something like just do. The fucking manscaping came through right has a real mainly sent. Oh it don't burn another like that and they have like a refresher spray. See i think okay see that's. That's what i would like because i mean back in the day. We've been accused of showering too much. People say we me and rick are just kind of obsessed with always showering. Shit doesn't sound like a bad. That's what i'm saying. That's what i'm saying. I've literally had people be like <hes> 'cause it was after we would do shows and stuff like that and they will be trying to go straight to the club afterwards l. funky sell. That's what i'm saying and i'll be like bro a need to shower before i go out and and back in the day the thought process was i need to keep my balls and undercarriage everything fresh just in case smart man. 'cause you never know you might be logo and some girls like y'all. Let me suck you. <music> repeating covered bathroom but that was a reason why i never put on my actual balls because i felt like you know what i'm saying. If i was gonna get my dick sucked that your logo she might get down in waxahachie inter mountain. Yeah so inconsistent says spray is whereas yeah but for me you know for a long time. I didn't dig ball stuff all right so don't touch my boss and you won't have to deal with this thing now. I have to be a little more considerate down putting girl play the mad at the balls anymore. Uh now i'm not. I'm not mad at it but i'm not also not. Hey maybe is greed. Lie ball's rolling. I drink alcohol alcohol now. Wait a. I've been waiting for that one. It was so i i didn't. I think that was real at all. It didn't even feel like i'm hoping waiting. How 'bout blades are you as a lady. Do you have to take any extra precautions russian's on a hat musty moist day of course i mean you know the one thing about wearing jeans are always cool kind of at least when it's hot outside because i'm not worrying about my thighs rubbing touching <hes> but when that happens. I've never really had to use any product. I just know not to use extra lotion. I i just pray and pick certain clothing to wear that. I know that if i swear is going to show you know for the most part if it's hot outside i try to wear as little as possible possible and then be in situations where everybody else's sweaty and i'm not sure that's why i love workout clothes because nobody cares if you're sweaty workout that makes you. You don't have to be walking down the street or whatever i'm doing if i'm in workout clothes and i'm sweaty. You can't say nothing about it. No no no. I still think 'cause. I got clothes on because i was in iran here. I'm working out about fit life. Let me live but i'm really just lazy and i hate wearing regular clothes. Let me ask you already know the answer from rick but do you shower before the gym. No no okay so i watched but i washed my face before the gym. Okay okay 'cause if i have makeup on my face..
"timothy" Discussed on No Chaser with Timothy DeLaGhetto
"He brings it to the lady. She's like I'm going to ask you again. What are you tables like? You're chocolate so busy thank you and that was it like Dale. Okay again on the ends that it. It's not like she was like you can't bring it <hes> no. I just had to declare it again. It's a fucking candy bar yeah my first time there same shit she does you. I didn't know I was supposed to be so prepared for this border crossing you know what I'm saying and the lady that booked me for the show was like just say you're there to hang out with me. He you know and the Girls Lady's name was Sarah Cool so I get there and have it told the story on the show before. I don't think okay cool so I get to the border and the guys like okay okay. What are you here for? I'm just hanging out with my friends there. He's like okay. How do you know Sarah? I was like Oh shit so I started panicking in my head right on my yeah no well. I've never actually met her before so so oh okay you actually met this person like yeah. You know we were dating. We're kind of talking on facebook. We're GONNA meet up for for the first time right. He's like Oh okay okay. We'll just you know step aside. I'm like all right cool so I'm like sheet so he sends me to secondary and I'm like and then my head now like okay okay. I already told them I never Vermont girl before when I'm about to meet up with her. I gotta stick with this live so they know him not lying right so then I kid to secondary and dudes like he calls a lady eighty behind him and he's like he's do people do this like. I don't know I'm old. She's like Oh yeah. People do it all the time you know it's like it's the Internet while bomb went cocoa cocoa but same same Shitzu they looked me up so because then I was sitting there and then literally she looks at me she goes also. He's a liar then. Maybe she's not talking about me so he calls me Tim. Let me ask you so many. What what are you going to be doing here tomorrow tomorrow night? What are you GonNa be doing Mike just hanging out with wherever wherever my friend takes me and he's like no no no? What are you going to be doing tomorrow night? Where are you gonNa be and a restaurant and then the girl the one that called me a liar goes off? He's like you're making yourself. Look stupid right now. We know who you are on the call and say when he called me up to the front he said Timothy Timothy come up here and you know my birth name is Tim so I should have my first. I hint that like the Google saying so semi the secondary or semi the waiting room in my head. I'm like what happened is I. Am I gonNA get am. I going to get deported arrested. Am I going to jail what happens right now zam so he called me back and he's like he's standing my like. You know you didn't have to lie. It wasn't a club or a bar so you don't really need a blood wellesley hall well. It was like a some type the vent a car show so I guess there was something like there's no alcohol being served. I don't necessarily need some type of Visa Adenoma oh now but ever since then I don't lie. I'm like hey man warming. I'm but I say I'm not you know yeah not getting paid or paid nice definitely source us damn throughout Candy Bar. No you our there three hours waiting waiting for Shit. You shouldn't a went through you by yourself that was that's like the the beauty. My name is Michael. Jones my Google that shit and finding that's it like give your backpack full your own C._D.'s taking they can find that speaking of C._D.'s.
"timothy" Discussed on No Chaser with Timothy DeLaGhetto
"Welcoming back to the no chaser podcast on Timothy deal, I get on I'm really shucks, Nikki blades. Hey, man. Let's all I care segment. Excel. Is it like a very Allard, gene? Shear time of year, the whole years over. Yeah, yeah, it's been rough because I don't think necessarily have allergies. But everybody that knows that has allergies like Yoda she it's kinda crazy fours or take a day worse opposed to take one. So what is it like pollen should in the air does pollen small deaths on it? Man, I saw the other day a death some. It was like it was it was like some black plague the play. People on some plane or some shit fuck, man. Wait. What elaborate? I don't know the details and it wasn't like times are different now. All right. So like the black plague the plague. Okay. Yeah. Wiped out all the third of the civilization back in the day right now. She's different. We got different medications shit like they contained it right? But basically, what I read it was like. Somebody got in die. This is so out learned, as you gain, even fathom it. I mean that's. Speaking of saying someone died, and his let me just go go tell you on the real quick, discussing. Okay. So when I was when I was in high school my boy. There was okay. Okay. This is not funny. Let me explain his first. There was a science teacher sums it. Who had died? That was all like everybody heard that day. Oh my God. Mr. whatever had died today. Whoa. This is fucked up damnest crazy. What happened? Right. So then my boy Cameron can't we call them Cameron James Cameron this teacher. Taught biology, right after school when it was kind of lurking around campus waiting on your ri-. You don't know if you're gonna be chilling. Everyone just gonna lurk in right showing camera on walks up to me walks up to me, mobbing, walks up to me's may Bali teacher died. I started the why would you say? Come on, man. Don't do that. But anyways, it's not funny. So my dad speaking death. No, no. Because no no speaking of my dad dying. About the. My death, my dad. He always says that when he died, he wants to be stuffed and positioned in a high five position so that whenever my friends given the house, they can have five on. When he comes in, you know what I'm saying? And he's low key series. A member member always you what you the stuff me five. All right..
"timothy" Discussed on No Chaser with Timothy DeLaGhetto
"This dude is like is I've never seen anybody that I could relate to on TV before interesting about you actually had that long term goal of going to TV. Yeah. 'cause for me as a kid, I didn't have to look up to anybody. You know what I mean? I just looked up to these, if they were funny. I wanna be funny like that person, but I didn't need somebody to look like me to look up to them. Right. Yeah. And I think for you, because you thought about going into TV and movie. Yeah, that was very a very visceral thing for you for me, it wasn't like that. So I looked up to like Eddie Murphy. Obviously, the movie sense, but his. Stand up and then my biggest hero. Sadly enough was Bill Cosby. I defended that man so bad until the eighty seventh woman came out. Shit. I talked to my dad about the Bill Cosby stuff, not to end the way he said. When? Go. All right. Building. He looked at me like you wanna hear some shit. So I heard from another comic. He told the story about Bill. You know what I think this was on just kidding news. But I'm gonna just leave the name. I just can't not. But he told the story about a makeup artist that worked on him that this is before the whole Bill Cosby blew up, but he said that this makeup artists talked about this Bill Cosby story and she, she talked about him as if he was like a fucking monster. That Bill Cosby would come into come into a room as if he owned everything. And while she was doing his makeup. He came up and he fucking bear. Clawed. Her tit, grabbed her breasts and said there's nothing you can do about it. And so she was talking about this story. And so when that thing came, and he was. There's nothing you can do you know yet, but it's real c- men are trashy that makes sense to me. Now there's a specific. On that note, we got to wrap it up. Basically, at our is there anything you want a plug before we send you off on your way. Yeah. Genius brain podcast, Instagram, Davis, comedy, and everything else genius brain. And then this really oh, and check out the food shit. This place called a sip macho each shrimp, daddy, and Dongo. So watch me, David, on our food show, sin foods on thrillers every other Thursday, might just be happening every Thursday in the near not so near possible potential future. You want to do it. They want to close it out. Then we'll get out. Geez. Man. This is the Meskel, I've actually never had the glasses will mess cow before this fancy. Yeah. Let me tell you. It was because they ran out of the rapid silo. So when you buy, the, the swords like fifty bucks, a bottle, this shit, the at ran out of reptiles. I grabbed the next one this go was like hundred hundred dollars this guy a single shot. Here we go. Should be sipping it. But, you know. Hey cheers, it smells. Yes. Rubber in normally it doesn't smell like smoke, so as yes. Burnt rubber deliciousness. Hi, thanks for watching, then, don't know chaser podcast. I'm Timothy, I get shucks by your bitch..
"timothy" Discussed on No Chaser with Timothy DeLaGhetto
"I want to give him a shot at one time because he always like would still put me in other projects that had nothing to do a while. He let me work with him. And j b smooth awesome stuff that other thing that we like a radio set commercial you in always Nick is a very supportive do saying. Saying if he FOX with you, then he will definitely like go out of his way to put you in other sin. Like, if you think you're good for this put you here. He'll he'll like he'll do is thing. Get you in places. Over at while. No shut out now Levin's like all the always thing was super tough on me was now just he demanded excellence. I remember the first time I may now do this. Yeah. Cookie to graphic. All team over there. Yeah. Gimme my verse. Because it was a nice on that styles p track because I think I said something like this right after Cassie had like shaved her head snapping. I was like I was like some ball half the time like Cassie. Got up the boot they was like bars. Publicly. Let me say this as a public challenge to you. Because I know hopefully, this will spark something that you're really good rap. Thank you, man. You do I want, you know, what I want from you why I wanna album from you know, jokes. I just want because you really I'm traffic fan. Like, you can really I know. And that's what I'm doing like force myself to make an album, they moms called the wonder years. And I'm just really wrapping. I want you to do the same. Lisa year for a new album. Let me ask you this is it because people know you from the funny shit that it's no, well, here's here's what it is. Is originally I was wrapping under traffic because I didn't want people to think I was doing a comedy music because I had to get over the funny traffic rap sheet. I retired traffic like few years ago because I said I'm going to do my first album. Timothy Daly ghetto people know who I am. Now. They know what I'm about. They know I got bars in addition to jokes, and it's not necessarily the same time. And I just haven't gotten around to. Every once in a while to come up with some like two or three bars rhythm. I'm nice, I'm telling you. Doing. I'm I'm gonna tell you. How telling my daughter is good for second. But I tell my daughter all the time because my daughter can sing never like always to like you're being disrespectful to the gift that God gave you understand. Like, you got a gift, and you I remember the video when you was wrapping and was jogging, and he was like chasing some really good at you have such a charismatic charismatic personality. I just feel like you're at a point in your career. You don't have nothing approved. A nobody like you star starving artist. Trying to get a deal artist got to create art. So I would put a personal challenge out there. And I'm gonna get you on my he's gonna be on Alemi already. Agreed. You said Joe boy just record. So I appreciate that. No. Here's what we'll do. We'll put on both albums one less. Check. I got to get done. That you're going to have to push your date back. You're gonna be waiting. I'm gonna get it done. Thank you. I wish that fucking styles. Pete track. When it came hit. What's up goes? The lost tapes. You know, put me on a trag with migos and him and future. Right. Jumpings? Look, let me tell you this fucking. Yeah..
"timothy" Discussed on No Chaser with Timothy DeLaGhetto
"To another episode of the no chaser podcast the coolest funniest most amazing is podcasts. No whole why world Timothy day lack get ships. And I'm Nikki blades. Guy. Let's take. Right now. Yeah. No, not gonna lie. I'm feeling a little for t- to cover them. I climbed rocks yesterday. Yeah. Yeah. For the first time in a minute. But yesterday was the first time I've done it like the right way. Normally, I just got up there and try to climb rocks and shit. Apparently, there's different things you supposed to do you suppose to fall a certain way. So you don't break your like shit, laying the wall and other sit. But yeah, my my four arms or really sore also got really drunk on. During. Drinking drunk like two nights before just on accident. You don't saying like one of those situations where like I got home. And I was like, I'm good. And then and then, but then I woke up at like four. Yeah. I'm like. Did I? And and you were you were working last night. Yeah. Had work last night in San Francisco. And I was telling Jim I go, you know, no one knows who I am just like, Phil. Like, I'm supposed to know you. I know Tampa. Yeah. I'm that girl sits at the table with the ball. But in San Francisco tame carries so much, you know, there's so many Asians in Francisco. There's a lot you and the club that our work at specifically is DD and has a lot of house got all these different levels in every time. I work somebody brings up the podcast though. So it's really cool to the bay area. San Francisco everybody. Loves a lot of love out there. A lot of love today is don't. Yeah. I mean and speaking of the bay area our guest today is actually from the bay area. Oh, kind of what is that? Some. Elaborate, okay. Where what we'll let him play dough boy on him. All these chains back. Clear one thing. Yeah. We job. I'm not from the. Sacramento. We take that very certain type of from the bay. Was the capital we respect. The middle is northern California. It's about an hour away from open about two hours away from San Francisco also yard don't that's not the came like we used to fight news from the bay because his cool with the bay. We love him, but they would come Sacramento like this. So this was must love and we love them. It's all good, but I from Sacramento, Sacramento, the capital, absolutely. We don't gaming true kings. They kept losing. Yeah. Read delake you're seated us in game six. More known than Fresno. The capital that we would get a little bit more prestige and better than saying Stockton. Doc. Sacrament? There's hierarchy. There's ranking there's ranking in northern California central valley, which falls into a whole other category. And then they transfer San Jose. What what is it? Fresno more central than what you just said. Oh, okay. So look for me everything everything north is just you know, how like Asian people just all Chinese the rest of the world. Everything is just the band. Well, you said it, but I had to. Look into why the bay is the bay water. Okay. Now makes I really really bought bought a a water. waterway lakes rivers. We've got a thirty pond. American river. All they got his Doboy man got great. Great. Paramount. But as a cool thing. Proper introduction man on a med boy, I met this man back on when they brought while outback, and you know, and we came to we.
"timothy" Discussed on No Chaser with Timothy DeLaGhetto
"Timothy daylight ghetto. I'm Rick shook today, we are Nikki lists Nikki just couldn't be here today. We so we was like, okay. Cool. Perfect. Sick a heaven female perspective out today. It's all male day. And so we'll get like all truths in like. Intelligence. I'll say. Gonna get down to the needy Grady talk about some man's stuff today. Like how like saying like when you trying to pool in the morning, but you've got an erection. Right. But you can't you can't. So you gotta push it in you gotta hold it down. But then you can't let it touch the front of the toilet. Because that's discussing rose and it hurt and you can't put it on top of the toilet. 'cause he and way. Exactly. 'cause you know, when you put a little bit of P comes out, it goes everywhere. So it's really a struggle situation. And some people not me dig might us water. But you know, what I'm saying or the front of the bowl. Oh discount stores, and actually that's a lie because toilets sometimes I will test water because water depth differentiates indifferent toilets toilets different too. So that's all we're gonna be talking about today. Everybody in comments like done. That's all you ever talked about digs digs Dix. Well, that's what we do here. I'm one note. I was going to say also if you watching at home, and my face is looking extra splashy is because I just got a facial day day and a half ago, you know, facials mess up your skin. They messed it up for today. And then in my case, you know, the lady needs to really go in on my extractions because my sheets all all fucked up saying, and let me tell you my facials..
"timothy" Discussed on No Chaser with Timothy DeLaGhetto
"Everybody. Welcome back to the no chaser podcast. I'm Timothy I get. And I'm Nikki blades and today. I have a a lovely man here. I I mean effort this man so much. I appreciate you. I'm not I'm not. For your introduction leader. And then and then I'm not gonna all right frigate. I got my boy cab on stay. Sure. If you watch all digital all if you're a fan of just like you got a bunch of like family clips just win viral because you're a good dad. Emigrate father man, not to brag. Not do everything. Great. But fatherhood. I'm killing killer. Really? Like, a your clips that they go viral for reason. It's It's funny. funny. I tried so hard to make great content, and then just like messing with my kid goes crazy violence. The funny thing. Out her one time of being with bar. I try to reply with a funny Bill, don't nobody. We don't wanna see your hour long. Stand up. Oh on his hairline is nice again. Now, my care put more vigils of my son. Now, I gotta switch a mile whole almost out of school home school. Daddy's going to need you to be fun. Pay the bills now because we're so care what up man, thanks for stopping by cars. Thank you for having me. I'm glad to be apart. What you what you love to? I just came from doing axes literally my brother-in-law's birthday was out there. And my sister-in-law's all about adventure in new activities and fun stuff. So I literally came from doing actors here, and I haven't had that much fun in like a long 'cause so when you told me like you couldn't you had to come later because you had to act something I thought you were just curious. Asked. I walked right into bed. All right into that. No. But don't act as mad fun. Done that you listen out. Nikki really, I never would think. Like today, I'm going to throw in that. No, it's dope. Yes. Was more. Like, I don't wanna go bowling in like, it's the same activities over and over. I wanna do something different. Like, I'm going to have to do it. Now and recorded you have to it is so fun. You're going to batting cages. I love softball player. You'll like doughnuts. Yeah. It's it's especially since like, okay. We've all song baseball bear. Right. But it's like who's just don't an axe. When you're on the. Seoul. Do they do that up north like do? I have to come late this all over the place different. Google acts throw. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It's so it's so frustrating. I right, right. Because especially since you walk in is people been doing it for like, two hours. They hitting the bull's eye. So here, you think and then. During the bag of the accident. Definitely looks a lot easier that its hands or one hand to hair to recommend recommend to let me do one. Yeah. When I went out and someone hatchets so they were smaller. So you could one. He looked like he. The hatchet. He's throwaway. We. Cable. Ooh. Sorry about that. Special stashed. This is true like gore. First time you hit it though, you feel like a man even if is nowhere near don't matter. You hit that would I wanna chop a tree down..
"timothy" Discussed on Christpoint Church
"The bible says in verse timothy let's go to first timothy first timothy chapter number three in verse number twelve first timothy chapter three or excuse me first timothy chapter four verse 12 first timothy chapter four verse 12 let noone despise your youth be an example to believers it wording conduct in love in spirit in faith in impurity tillack com give attention to the reading exhortation and to not neglect the gift that is within you which was given to you by prophecy through the lane on the hands of the ownership meditate on these things in give yourself entirely to them that you may progress may be evident to all take heed and do yourself and to your doctor and continue in them that you and your self and those that here you may be saved doctrine teaching you have attention to the word of god because in the end it will save you in the end it will save you the protestant reformation was about scripture alone scripture triumphs over tradition it was about faith alot it was about believe in in they believe in christ alone for your salvation that you are safe through faith alone the bible says any fisia chapter two in verse number eight efficient chapter two in verse number eight if fijian's chapter two and burst number eight want you to see the scripture that it talks about a alone four bag grace are you save through faith.
"timothy" Discussed on Brentwood Baptist Church Podcast
"So what is it that god is looking for and leadership well gratefully he wrote it now and it's in a letter to timothy stand with me in honor of god's word is we read first timothy beginning with chapter three the opening of chapter three now this saying is trustworthy if anyone aspires to be an overseer of bishop he desires a noble work and overseer therefore must be above reproach the husband of one wife selfcontrolled sensible respectable hospitable enable teacher not addicted to wine not a bully but gentle not core some not greedy one who manages his own household competently having his children under control with all dignity if anyone does not know how to manage its own household how would take care of god's church he must not be a new convert you must know or or he might become conceded in the new condemnation of the devil furthermore he must have a good reputation among among outsider so that it does not fall into disgrace and the devil's tramp if anyone expires to be a bishop overseer he's aspiring to a good thing this is god's word for god's people hear it believe it in live let's pray together.