18 Burst results for "Tisza"

"tisza" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

01:42 min | 2 months ago

"tisza" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"To the weekend stakes preview. On the horse racing radio network presented by naira vets. Low rock is the leaders that come the quarter pole. tisza magician. Runs in second and moretti is next in third as they head for home. Now hairs taza up to challenge rock for the lead moretti's on the outside and third rise. The guy is in fourth and there are at the eighth pole editors lone rock who is opening up on the field here. Lone rock is all alone here. In deep stretch lone rock rally pouring it on to win the brooklyn stakes decisively. Tisza magician was second and more already finished third and the time was two minutes. Twenty five and one fifth seconds now. Here's bobby newman. Good evening and come to this week's edition of the weekend stakes preview presented by naira bedtime. Bobby newman here on the horse. Racing radio network. God analysis of fifteen. I said it correctly. Fifteen huge races from around north america. This weekend we've got racist at belmont. We've got racist at churchill. We've got races north of the border up at woodbine. We've got a big race down at laurel lots to get to this weekend's edition of the weekend stakes preview presented by nyerere bats. Don't forget there off. The belmont fall meet is here with the long awaited opening. Just this past thursday. Horses are sprinting out of the gate and they're giving out an extra two hundred dollars for anyone to get in on the action. Naira bets is offering a two hundred dollar sign up bonus for this historic fall.

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"tisza" Discussed on Unfolding Truth with Chris Barhorst

Unfolding Truth with Chris Barhorst

04:49 min | 3 months ago

"tisza" Discussed on Unfolding Truth with Chris Barhorst

"Is the funeral service of the old man. Water doesn't save you. I'm gonna show to you a minute. Hearing the word of god. It's the water that saves you if it did. We would rent a fire truck and go down the main street of everybody's town and we would make people get born again. Doesn't work okay. let's let's go there. Let's go to. I peter three twenty one. I peter chapter three verse. Twenty one new king. James we'll try that thank you. This is also an anti type which now saves us baptism. We're talking about water. Baptism not the removal of the filth of the flash. You know what. The removal of the filth and the flesh is called a bath or shower. Okay so he's telling you. That's not what i'm talking about okay. Water baptism. Do you believe in at absolutely. The word of god teaches that but water. Baptism does not save you. You must be born again. It's being baptized into the body of christ being born again water. Baptism is the funeral. Service of the old man. Now read thank you so baptism. Water baptism being spoken of here not to remove all the filth of the flesh but the answer of a good conscience towards god. I'm born again. Therefore my old man is dead. And i'm having a funeral service for my old man answers my conscience through the resurrection of jesus. Christ now look at your outline water. Bapti tisza baptized after a human minister. Whether a man or woman that's the one who does the baptizing the baptize. The is the person who's been born again. i. I put down their convert. Many people think because they've been water baptized their automatically born again not true. You must be born again. I mean you can get water baptized and all that happens. Is you get wet right. You must be born again. Enlisted guys it's important. I'm gonna say this if you can live in thin doesn't bother.

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"tisza" Discussed on The Catholic Culture Podcast

The Catholic Culture Podcast

05:42 min | 4 months ago

"tisza" Discussed on The Catholic Culture Podcast

"New years is is is a crucial feast. Because christ who is without sin fulfills The torah on this is first act of fulfilling the law of moses by being male and being circumcised the first blood or us. And it's just seeing where this is going now is certain few seeing where this is going right. Yeah this is circumcision. As a saint. Paul says circumcision is the foreshadowing. A baptism and baptism is a ritual death. If we are if we die with christ invap tisza will not rise with him also. Resurrection circumcision is a kind of hinge. Between the old man who is out of and the new man who is christ. It's a hinge between the old law of moses that could not save because we must violated. We cannot help it. Okay we will send in. The law gives us no way really to be cleansed. Okay only shadows only in figures but the real cleansing comes only with christ and baptism that washes away The guilt of original sin. Not the effect of it but the but you see where you're going with this. This is not some one of the twelve days of christmas. No this is specifically the circumstances ride and that specifically has to do with The way we are we human beings we will send. We must now. We do send in deals with the law of chivalry as well. Not just the the christian moral alive and this is the law that he's trying to keep. Yeah he's trying to be perfect. He's trying to be perfect. As chivalry night is trying to be perfect christian going leaves alone and this is very strange in mediaeval literature. We there i tell my students. There is no word that i know of in middle english for the concept of loneliness. It didn't exist. You're around people all the time. It's impossible be lonely. Just around people all the time and all kinds of brotherhoods guilds what he could be fighting with each other beating each other up and but the be lonely. I mean that's almost inconceivable but he. He's deeply lonely during this time right. He's not accompanied by anyone except for mary on his shield right and he prays he prays. He's you know easing mental woods wilderness. And he knows that..

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Ecommerce Surge Could Cause Holiday Blues

Business Wars Daily

03:32 min | 1 year ago

Ecommerce Surge Could Cause Holiday Blues

"We made it to another friday. France tisza holiday season like no other. The pandemic has many shoppers avoiding stores and opting to fill their holiday shopping lists online. That's led to unprecedented volume for the shipping companies. That deliver those goods to your door. An estimated three billion packages will travel on planes trains trucks and vans during the twenty twenty holiday season. And that's not even counting any sleighs. That's nearly a billion more packages in last year and it's also about seven million more packages a day than the current systems capacity of new york. Times report says in fact the strain on the system is so great. ups cried. Uncle get slapped volume limits on some of the nation's biggest retailers. The big brown fleet told drivers on cyber monday to halt pickups at six retailers including l. bean hot topic new egg and macy's the wall street journal reported quote no exceptions the message reportedly said the restrictions will remain in place throughout the holiday season but ups said in a statement that it will work with its largest retail customers to redirect shipping capacity as it becomes available cnn reported that the carriers restrictions will help ensure it can meet its customers needs including small and mid sized businesses that have suffered during the covid nineteen pandemic. Some ups drivers said they hadn't seen shipping limits before but the limits aren't really new in may fedex place limits on roughly two dozen retailers affecting how much they could ship from certain locations. The move was meant to prevent the company from being overwhelmed during the early days of the pandemic online. Orders were surging a fedex. Spokesperson told the wall street journal that the limits were similar to those imposed around the holidays. No word on whether fedex is placing similar restrictions on its customers this holiday season both fedex and ups of hired tens of thousands of employees to increase capacity this year but staffing for the surge isn't the only challenge ahead. Both carriers are also dealing with a cargo van shortage as the pandemic spike demand for deliveries and all manner of delivery vehicles plant shutdown due to corona virus restrictions that created a limit on supply bloomberg reports both couriers rely on independent contractors to supplement their capacity. Many of these drivers rent the vans they use to deliver. Fedex is paying its couriers a stipend to help cover the spike in van rental costs. Things aren't much better up. In the air. Units that represent fedex and ups pilots say covid nineteen infection. Rates are rising among cargo flyers. The airline pilots association reps about five thousand fedex. Pilots representative said members are quote strained. Like never before according to a memo reported by the washington. Post of course. Both companies face unrelenting pressure from amazon which has amassed its own in house shipping operation in a pre holiday shopping spree. Amazon lisa dozen cargo jets bringing its total to more than eighty. It also added more than two hundred package facilities this year so far according to the washington post as shipping companies work to overcome their literal logistical nightmare. This holiday season. There are two big lessons to take away. I if you want your gift to get where it needs to be on time you better ship it soon and just maybe that red suited guy from the north pole deserves a little more respect for getting it all done one night

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"tisza" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"tisza" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Have been held across France in remembrance of the Parisian Schoolteacher Samuel Patty Mr. . Patty was beheaded on Friday after showing cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad to his pupils. . The crime has shocked the country a little earlier. . I asked our Paris correspondent Tom just watson about the mood in the French capital. . Ask. . was the sound of thousands of people gathered in Paris's plus the levick public on Sunday paying tribute to the teachers. . Some you patty who was killed two days earlier. . While his beheading has shocked this country and demonstrations have been held far beyond the Paris area including the cities of Baldo Leon Marseille, , and to lose amongst other places. . Patty was killed near the school way worked Asaba about three kilometers north of the French capital and it's understood the motive for his killing was that he showed his students caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad. . Caricatures published by the weekly Shali Abdul back in two thousand fifteen and that triggered deadly attacks on the satirical newspapers headquarters. . At the time those characters were then republished by Shali Abdul to coincide with the trial of the accomplices in that two thousand, , fifteen attack. . This is in fact, , the second terror related incident since that trial began because last month a man armed with meat cleaver tried to storm. . What he thought was still Shalhoub does headquarters in Paris and two injured two people in what was a botched attack. . President, , Emmanuel. . macron has immediately condemned the killing of some party and he went on to describe this shocking act of violence as and I quote an Islamist terrorist attack. . assassinate. . Only. . One of our citizens was murdered today because he was teaching at is teaching students about freedom of expression, , the liberty to believe and not believe. . Local booklet. . Dealer Schmaltz compatriot was flagrantly attacked. . He was a victim of an Islamist terrorist attack than that. . Don't always. . What more do we know about the alleged assailant? ? Will the police shot and killed in eighteen year old man believed to be the Ataka in a town close to the scene of Friday's beheading it's understood that the suspected killer was a refugee from Chechnya who'd only been France for a few months. . We authorities say that the MOM was not previously known to the meaning that he wasn't on a terror watch list. . Although he is believed to have a relative who is a member of the Islamic state group in. . Syria. . Will, , a French anti-terror team has launched an investigation on a number of arrests have already been made amongst those arrested the suspects, , parents and his brother. . So as that investigation continues, , no doubt more details will emerge about who this eighteen year old walls and whether or not he acted alone. . I'm what about the motive Tom. . Tell us more about what happened prior to Samuel parties horrific killing will before he himself was killed by the police the suspected attack posted a photograph of his gruesome crime on social. . Media. . With the photograph he wrote the caption, , I have executed one of the dogs hell who dead to put Mahama down. . What is understood that earlier on this month, , the forty seven year, , old history and geography teacher. . Samuel Patty had held a discussion with his pupils about freedom of speech and the issue of the caricatures depicting the Prophet Mohammed had been shown in the context of that discussion. . However, , it should be pointed out that Patty told pupils who might be offended by the caricatures that he was about to should them to them and he said they could leave the room if they wanted to. . But nevertheless, , all of this prompted complaints from some of the parents of Muslim children in that class and as the issue drew more and more attention, , the schools thought had receiving threatening phone calls and the father of one particular schoolgirl is reported to launched an appeal on line calling for action to be taken against similar petty. . We'll all the while these school offered its full support, , the teacher and tried to engage in dialogue with the parents who complained. . And then on Friday this eighteen year old attack came to the school asking the people to point out the teacher in question <hes> which they did, , and he then killed him. . So. . Does been shocking sequence of events has been disbelief at the barbarism of this crime, , and the fact that someone should have been beheaded for raising the issue of freedom of expression, , which is such a core tenet of what it means to be. . French that was our correspondent in Paris Tom Burgess Watson speaking to me a little. . Elia,

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"tisza" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"tisza" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Of course, continue to follow this story. And bring you information as it comes in President Trump's in Atlanta this afternoon. He's going to be at the UPS hub at Hartsfield Jackson International, too, and Elsa policy change concerning transportation projects. And as the president is in town today, George Democrats are criticizing his response to the Corona virus pandemic. Stacey Abrams, the founder of Fair Fight, says blacks are dying of the virus it twice the rate of whites, incompetence, and his failures have inflicted disaster after disaster on African Americans and the president will be in town this afternoon around three o'clock 84 degrees on Peachtree Street going to be hot. The Heat index high today be around 99 today and closer to 100 or slightly above tomorrow, right on through the weekend and into Ah, if not through most of next week as well. And remember, that's In the shade. WSB meteorologist Kirk Mellish will of Atlanta's most accurate in dependable forecast Coming up hospital data on Corona virus. Patients will now be rerouted to the Trump administration, instead of first being sent to the CDC here in Atlanta. This move Could make data less transparent to the public at a time when the administration is downplaying the spread of the virus and threatens to undermine public confidence that medical data is being presented without political interference. There is a new app available for from Georgia Tech that can help you make a decision about when and where you go during this pandemic. The APP estimates the chances of somebody who's infected with Corona virus being at a county where you're planning on going. For example, if you want to go to dinner tonight, say in Cobb County. What do your chances in Cobb right now, with 25 individuals? Risk level about 50%. And if you double that to 50 individuals, it gets above 80%. That's Georgia text. Joshua whites, he says. This is not the risk of being infected. But the risk that somebody in a crowd of a particular size in that area has the virus. Of course, your risk of infection goes down if you are wearing a mask and, of course, practicing social distancing. And this is an example of something that you'd use the APP for NASCAR's allowing up to 30,000 fans at Bristol Motor Speedway for tonight's All Star race. That is the biggest sports crowd yet in the U. S. Since the Tisza since the pandemic sidelined, organized sports back in March, WSB news time is 10 33. Make sure your road is open. First thing tomorrow when you wake up, tell your smart figure to play 95.5 for triple team private coverage and breaking down what the president had to say. In Atlanta..

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"tisza" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"tisza" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

"Have the idea I heard the story a long time ago. I don't know it's true or not but William. Faulkner was sued freezing the word coke in a short story. And I thought to myself if you can sue William Faulkner for using cocaine a story. You know that's that's a pretty serious way to limit someone speech, and whether that's true or not. The there's many similar instances that feel true where someone tries to trademark or Trade Michael Word! It feels like Oh, then can we not talk about this thing and so I thought what if every word was trademarked or copywriting people had to pay, and then I I wrote an entire this novel without any of these characters and it wasn't worth. So you know it's it's. It's part of the writing process and to know when something needs to be edited or jettisoned, jettison didn't started again and thought what would happen if I inverted the idea and took someone who, instead of trying to take control of the words, just went completely silent and opted out of the system. Yeah, definitely a risk, but tab I. It's it's a leap were taking to make A. A point so yeah, and then building out from there. It seems to me that any society that would work that would be both highly commercial and the Tisza. There are elements in terms of sort of mood in town of this I don't know if you picked up on this or not. But that hearken back to to Logan's run in Brazil would be the two big influences for for me in terms of. Thinking about that tone yeah I mean I mean Brazil doe. One of my favorite films because even though it uses humor and kind of exaggerates things. When you look at the ideas, you kind of go. Hey, wait a minute. You know it's like it's an entertaining way to talk about serious subjects and I still say that it's Terry Gilliam's best, and I don't think he ever top that I thought that was his pinnacle right there and I agree with you sure. I mean these kind of world's. They're there for reason and I? I think we need their cautionary tales for reason because if we using just history as our model we're GONNA make a lot more mistakes and and repeat mistakes, so it's it's. That's what science fiction does so well is to say. Hey, wait a minute. You know and it's good to be hopeful, but it's also good to to warn people a little bit talk. For sure for sure, you know absolutely yeah, interesting influences. I, that's really cool. I. I like both of those so You know that net, so that's really neat. If I might a little bit. It's not just the Logan's run movie, but the. TV as well there you go, I don't know if you. Have the the the second book. Take a little bit skew in terms of them getting outside of the Dome and Sort of exploring a world that they don't know anything about. Yeah, no, yeah, there, you go. Yeah, absolutely I remember the TV series well and. It, it's just one of those ideas where the idea sounded great, and the execution might have not been worried should have been, and also it was network television so in those days. You know these are the first shows they would kill. You know so sure you know so. They didn't really give it a chance. If somebody were to do something today, especially on a pay channel, or even on Netflix or Necklace or also Amazon, and and they're ton of doing it I think it would have a better future. Honestly, but It just wasn't time Logan's run. You know this whole. You know the theme of also. Staying Young, and when you get past a certain age, your you know your your value decreases. That's kind of like what were shown and entertainment all the time. You know it like well who wants to see a story about a man essentially over thirty you know, or or maybe over forty or fifty you know better to to see somebody younger so and I know your book. Is You know you know geared towards the youth market, but? For series rather, but Logan's run made that point to me, and it's like you can't make it. Pass your your twenty nine. You'd better you start panicking. You know it's really wow. Yeah asking. Really interesting things, so it's it's a it's when I love about science fiction, and what it touches on something like that, and again I credit you for a CRA playing in you know making your own sandbox and and playing in making this series because a series There's good things that need to be said about about the world and we're. We're going. we're. We're kind of had A. I think we're still as species kind of an adolescent spirit. Really, we don't know where we're going and. Not really sure where we've been so kind of I'm sure I thought that about our species for a long time. The News I was an adolescent. And and I and I had hoped. Maybe we'd get a little bit further along, but I feel like we're. We're backfiring big. We did back. We moved ahead and now we backslid low. And you know we're letting our. Prejudice is. KINDA guide us in. That's not a good direction got yeah. It's true I. It's funny because you know you talk about young adult, and there are a lot of the the sophie as that come out now are are in the young adult realm, and I don't think that's an accident now. because I think that. Kids having better than perhaps you or I have ahead of us. Yeah, I'm more interested in seeing where this goes and I. Think it's one of the tragedies, and you don't sound like someone who has fallen into the trap and I hope that I haven't either Just the just deciding while I I got my peace and. I'm going to move on, and that's really too bad for these kids but You know I think we should all be invested in. This world goes and. Not not allow the world of All rights reserved or access restricted to come to pass. Yeah, yeah, I mean you know the yearbook you know restricting the Wifi. And essentially. You know it just seems like tyrant always rise up, don't they? You know. There's always somebody that comes along. Thinks they have a better idea and. You know we. Maybe we haven't learned and attorney in your book. Those are the people we should shout down no or say oh. Yeah, you know it's like your ideas. Out Fight for your right to say them, but as long as you just say them, don't implement them. You're okay you know, but implementing him as a whole nother Matt Moore on access restricted, so stay tuned. This is Dan Lauria. Movie Alien Trespass. To be on Scifi Talk. What was it like kind of walking in his shoes developing him. Oh! Look fog. Yeah, well, I I. Wish I wish it was harder to fine folks like him out there, but he's you know. He, he's your your classic. Tyrant who thinks he knows better, but also is really in it for himself, which is almost always humanities. Problem is when you know when we cooperate and we work together. We tend to achieve much better thing. And I it seems like tyrants were able to leverage that and take advantage of it because. If. I'm trying to work with you and you're trying to take advantage of me. It's much easier for you to mess up my plans than it is for me to mess up. Yours Man and there. You have someone who just wants to have total control for. Whatever you can get which I don't want to, you know bash capitalism, because I think there are good aspects to it, you know there's an game and capitalism that he's unthinkable where you end up with..

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"tisza" Discussed on Short Storiess Podcast

Short Storiess Podcast

11:53 min | 1 year ago

"tisza" Discussed on Short Storiess Podcast

"Those large those shining those divine orbs. They became to me twin stars of later. An eye to them. The devoutness of astrologers there is no point among the many incomprehensible anomalies of the science of mine. More thrillingly exciting. The fact never I believe noticed in the schools then in our endeavors to recall memory. Something long forgotten. We often find ourselves upon the very verge of remembrance without being able in the end to remember and thus how frequently in my intense scrutiny of legit has is have. I felt approaching the full knowledge of their expression. Felty at approaching yet not quite be mine and so at length entirely depart in strange. Oh strangest mystery of all I found in the communist objects of the universe a circle of analogies to that expression I mean to say that subsequently to the period when legit has beauty passed into my spirit their dwelling as in a shrine I derived from many existences in the material world. A sentiment says I felt always around within me by her large and luminous orbs yet not the more could I define that sentiment or analyze or even steadily view it. I recognized it. Let me repeat sometimes in the survey if a rapidly growing vine in the contemplation of a moth a butterfly a Chrysalis a stream of running water. I have felt it in the ocean in the falling of a mediator. I have felt it in the glances of unusually aged people. And there are one or two stars in Heaven One especially a star of the sixth magnitude double unchangeable to be found near the large star of Lyra in a telescopic scrutiny of which have been made aware of the feeling I had been filled with it. By certain sounds from stringed instruments and not unfrequently by passages from books among innumerable other instances. I well remember something in a volume of Joseph glanvill which perhaps merely from its quietness who shall say never failed to inspire me with the sentiment and the will their life. Which Diet not who knows what the mysteries of the will with its vaguer for God is but a great will pervading all things by nature of its intent nece man does not yield him to the angels nor unto death. I don't we save only through. The weakness of his feeble will. Blink of years and subsequent reflection have enabled me to trace indeed some remote connection between this passage in the English moralist and a portion of the character of Lucia and intensity thought action or speech was possibly in her a result or at least an index of that gigantic volition which during our long intercourse failed to give other and more immediate evidence of its existence of all the women whom I have ever known she the outwardly. Calm the ever. Placid Majia was the most violently a prey to the tumultuous vultures of Stern Passion and of such passion. I could form no estimate save by the miraculous. Expansion of those is which at once. So delighted and appalled me by the almost magical melody modulation distinctness simplicity of her very low voice and by the fierce energy render doubly affected by the contrast with her manner of utterance of the wild words which he habitually uttered. I have spoken of the learning of legit. It was immense such as I have never known in women in the classical tongues see was deeply proficient and as far as my own acquaintance extended in regard to the modern dialects of Europe. I have never known her at fall. Indeed on any theme of the most admired because simply the most abstruse of the boasted air addition of the academy. Have I ever found the Jia at fall? How singularly health thrilling this one point in the nature of my wife had forced itself at this late period. Only upon my attention I said her knowledge was such as I have never known in woman but where breeze the man who has traversed and successfully all the wide areas of moral physical and mathematical science. I saw not then what I now clearly perceive that the acquisitions of legit were gigantic where astounding yet. I was sufficiently aware of her infinite supremacy to resign myself with childlike confidence to her guidance through the chaotic world of metaphysical investigation at which I was most busily occupied during the early years of our marriage with how vast triumph with how vivid a delight with how much of all that is a theory in hope. Did I feel as she bent over me in studies but little sought but less known that delicious vista by slow degrees expanding before me? Now who's long gorgeous and all untrusted path? I might add link pass. Onward to the goal of a wisdom too divinely precious not to be forbidden. How poignant then must've been the grief with which after some years I beheld my well-grounded expectations take wings to themselves and fly away without Ligia. I was but as a child groping benighted her presence her readings alone rendered vividly luminous with many mysteries of the transcendental ISM in which we were merced wanting the radiant lusters of her eyes letters. Lamitan golden grew Duller than set tyrian lead and now those is shown less and less frequently upon the pages over which I poured the Jia grew it all. The wild is blazed. What they to to gloriously fulgence. The Pale fingers became of the transparent wax in Hugh of the grave and the blue veins on the off. The foreheads. Well and sank impetuously with the tides of the most gentle emotion. I saw that she must die and I struggled desperately in spirit with the grim as Rio and the struggles of the passionate wife were to my astonishment even more energetic than my own there had been much in her stern nature to impress me with the belief that to her death would have come without its terrors but not so words are important to convey any just idea of the fierceness of resistance with which she wrestled with the shadow. I groaned in anguish at the pitiable spectacle. I would have sued. I would have reason. But indy intensity of her wild desire for life for life but for solace in reason. We're alike the utmost of Fowley yet. Not until the last instance amid the most conclusive writings of her fierce spirit was shaken the external pl- acidity of her demeanor. Her voice grew more gentle. Grew more low yet. I would not wish to dwell upon the wild meaning of the quietly uttered words my brain real desire harkened in trance te to a melody more than mortal to assumptions and aspirations which mortality had never before known that she loved me. I should not have doubted and I might have been easily aware that in a bosom such as hers love would have reigned no ordinary passion but in death only was I fully impressed with the strength of her affection for long hours. Detainee my hand which he pour out before me. Overflowing of a heart who's more than passionate devotion amounted to idolatry. How had I deserve to be so blessed by such confessions? How would I deserved to be so cursed with removal of my beloved and the hour of my making them but upon this subject I cannot bear to Eilly. Let me say only that in Laghi is more than womanly abandonment to a love. Alas all unmerited all worthily bestowed. I linked recognize the principle of her longing was so wildly earnest desire for the wife which was now fleeing some rapidly away. It is this wild longing. It is this eager vehemence of desire for life but for life that I have no power to portray no utterance capable of expressing at high noon of the night in which she departed. Beckoning me peremptorily to her side. She paid me repeat certain verses composed by herself not many days before I obeyed her. A were these low Tisza gala night within the lonesome latter years an Angel Throng bewing De Beers in veils and drowned in tears. Sit in a theater to see play of hopes and fears by the orchestra breeze. Fitfully the music of the Spears Mimes in the form of God on high mutter and mumble low and hither into their fly mere puppets day who come and go at bidding. A vast formless stings that shift the scenery to and FRO flapping from out there condor wings invisible. Whoa THAT MOTLEY DRAMA. Jobe sure it shall not be forgotten.

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"tisza" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"tisza" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"It was an event that happened. It was a seal a promise in your life that not only that God had cleaned you as own, but that the water's about Tisza would forgive you of all your sins. You were baptized at one time in your life. In those waters, do not stop working, but they continue to flow in the life of the believer, and so it's very beautiful for us to sit here into look and see the pulpit, we are gathered around the word. We are fed in nourish with one, another envir- faith in Jesus Christ. And for those of us who struggle with forgiveness those of us who feel so, guilty, that there's nothing that we could ever do for God to love me, forgot to claim me forgot to. We look at this. And we say no. I was baptized, I was cleaned. I am God. In these waters, have not stopped working. This is all intention. Some people have often said, we shouldn't really tied faith to symbols to objects, but that's really a modern concept. For generations, people have tied faith to objects just look at the Old Testament. God doesn't amazing thing for the people. What's the first thing they want to do? They want to build an altar. Why? Because we've lost that it's a mystery of faith that we have lost, and we need to reclaim it. These objects. They represent something larger. They're just would at the end of the day. Course. But when we see them. We see something greater we see the promises of God come alive. Their events their places. They're things that we can rely on when our own hearts. Betray us. The reformers, I believe, we're veering visited in that. And it's something that we need to reclaim for ourselves as well..

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"tisza" Discussed on P.S.A Podcast

P.S.A Podcast

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"tisza" Discussed on P.S.A Podcast

"Beaks. Real tried it out in my ISSA work like it will work our. So now some Tisza narrows for my college. Okay. So those students that served in the military, you know, always remember where you are. Because it ended today. It is through that served in the military that are in college, whether reserved us, whether there, some that went to whatever they came back in after it was finished. You know, remember where you are? You know, always stop think, listen look around catch yourself, remember, you not on the battlefield number sometimes certain sounds can alert and make people had a flashback episode. So can't remember, if you have a friend, that within the military any kind just help them to bring them back into reality. You know, so now if it's too many noses in the library, and they to lafley you this possibility that you might see someone you don't wanna see. So let me say that so to too many Lao knows in the library it shouldn't allow nosing Lavery, but AK. AKC's you might need to go study somewhere else. But if there's a possibility you're gonna see why you don't wanna see speaking from experience with somebody who's to our voice up. You have to face a head on, on the way over, whether it needs to be conversation head, or whether you just need to just see them just make yourself get used to seeing them. Whatever reason you needs to be done so that, that one, I'll have no sympathy for because that you just gotta thug it out like you just got to decide his. So the third wants to like, say, if you can't stay focused class, because he appears is, whether your mind wanders off, you starving flashbacks, whatever made it which teach after Glasgow plan was going on. And, you know, just let them know you need some extra help. So now I can't speak on other schools advocates speak on HVAC use HP. See that I went to, and, you know, the cath may be jumping to harmful, you may need to go eat somewhere else. I'm telling you, my first year of college, we was in the cath during the hump day, and it was a DJ in the care while we was. Getting I chicken and I never get. It was playing the title song, and it was lit. So if the calf to jump before you just wanna eat, you know, you might need eating. She might need to grab your some go home. And in the last one, I got the headed many tips today, but save his homecoming spring fed saying early you're going to see some faces you don't wanna see face head on because that's the time everybody from the dead come back. So just be Rick. All right. So if you tips that I got, you know, from our own experiences in just kinda what I've gathered from the day, you know, the deal with people with PTSD for those for safer incident. Chew, but it's a close friend of yours. So, you know, you always president Royal, the president register veil of much, they work trying on promise you, you know, practice, some of the tips, in reactions in Roma therapies with them may be if this year close friend girlfriend, you do you could say your nephew, whatever you can maybe try these tips with them relaxation ships in Rama therapy stuff with them. Just make them comfortable doing it, and then southern that the, you know, they ain't alone that were they feeling so awkward or anybody self be a little understanding what they outburst in episodes, because if they really have a severe case, they might have a you might have to kinda just, you know, be able to be civil thousand a little bit. And then the last ones reward them with space. You can always give people space, people be needing time today. Self sometimes and, you know, you might just have to give them that just so they came, you know, relax, whatever. All right. So mcwethy challenge. For the day is have you ever experienced PTSD on any level? My answer is yes. And I'm gonna break down a little more on my page both my Fisher page. And then the page for the podcast, and then we can discuss that DM even comment on this, whatever you wanna do. Our h also ended out today, but next week we're talking about exiling so be prepared for that. And. Is lit will exactly but you know what I'm saying? So all right. Thanks to PSA signing out. Always keep ahead of like Necker. Remember, you are making mind to make.

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"tisza" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

06:31 min | 2 years ago

"tisza" Discussed on KGO 810

"Rothman show with Angie quarrel, filling in on jayjay, oh, wait ten. Right now, the tally is leaning toward no impeachments. Good evening. If you're just joining us, I'm Angie. Carleen on John Rothman show. I'll be here all week, folks. Don't forget to tip your waitress. Here's what we're putting out there right now, what we're putting out is if you posit if he was soom if you stipulate that Donald Trump has done something peachable as a matter of practicality. Do you do it? We're talking to those of you who would not support Donald Trump and the reelection. It's very specialized our that way. If you have as your bottom line getting somebody else in office next time, do you vote? Yay. Impeach for the sake of integrity in history. Do you vote nay because it works against everything that we were trying to do here and might put him right back in office. Eighty eighty eight ten is the number call eight zero eight zero eight one zero eight especially like to hear from you folks who are pro impeachment because that's definitely running in the minority. And I'd like to hear some of that rationale. I'm running a little bit against it myself. Let's Vince is checking in from Occidental. Hi, vince. Thanks for waiting. Hi, edgy or Tuesday. Joanna Rothman eight thanks for filling in for him. Not at all. I I I thought I thought oh ill bothering teaching because we know we don't have the boats in the Senate but just being on hold for twenty minutes. I kind of considering. I really agree with Nancy Pelosi's said, a peach mint will she said, it's not on the table mole that meant they weren't focusing on it, right? Right. And and I don't think they should vote on it. But it's the evidence comes out, I think are democratically controlled congress would be remiss if even knowing they can't get a conviction. They didn't it. Bent articles of impeachment this that so blatant. But we have to realize it won't happen before the election. So that's why I really agree with Nancy is we don't focus on this. We focus on the stuff that gonna get elected, but they can abrogate their responsibility as a check and balance in the congress when the things that are coming out, and there's gonna be more before the election at some point. They don't it banned articles of eat commit. They're gonna look no network. Jim. All right vis. I appreciate that. And the that it makes a good case. But I also hear that Vince is kind of on both sides. He can he's like me he can justify both sides overall. If I were to lean one way or the other I think I'd be leaning anti, but a lot of you are checking in so let's get back to you. Eight zero eight zero eight one zero four one five eighty eighty eight ten year vote Yay. Or nay on impeachment stipulating, the Donald Trump has actually done something impeachable. You think it's practical or do you think it's not for one five eighty eighty eight ten Matthew is out in Brentwood? Hi, matthew. Welcome. Good evening. Governance. Everything. If you're. So the laws that are in the government order instead of to. The basket of. Are you saying that impeachment is more legit than waiting for the vote? If you're your there's a. There's evidence that is well for right? Founding fathers posted. These days. Bothers me that's fficials like the predator. Like service men who if you or. Then it. They're not aligned with the government structure their learning with. In relation to those. Bothers me Matthew. I appreciate that vote. I'll tell you what the thing is. It's the risk. That's the hard part. If we pick the wrong direction, we risk for more years of Donald Trump. If we picked the wrong direction, we may well be judged very badly by history, you know, with the big big problems with our society. A couple of generations down the line people. Look back and say, how do they let that happen? The question is which decision would they say that about eight zero eight zero eight one zero. Wow, you guys really hot on this topic. Eighty eighty eight ten in the four one five area code. I Denise you're in Richmond. What are your thoughts? I think that they don't only should impeach the guy. I think they should throw them in jail. We need to have a better standing in the world. He has made us a g has he has wrecked. Our ability to actually have friends out there anymore. Nobody likes them in the whole world. And so we just talk show that that this can't be done. We're not tolerating it. Well, the question is though I mean, he's going to be running for office. He's not going to be in jail for the next election. He's going to be out there. So in terms of winning the election and doing the right thing impeach or not. I think we should impeach. All right. Thank you for that vote. You're welcome. All right and jail doesn't necessarily follow after that. But Tisza consummation delight do what is it consummation decidedly to be wished or something like that? It's been a long time since my takes pair class eight zero eight zero eight one zero off we go to Didi who is in San Jose de good evening. Good evening. How are you? My dear I'm fine. Thank you. Okay. So I used to be like you very much like I.

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"tisza" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"tisza" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Paul is the extra cyst in these in these dealings that that's that's an excellent question. I wanted that. Now Lawrence happened to be at least in my one. I could see a very spiritual lovely man, very strong in his faith and a person perfect person to be doing this. There is a heresy. That was condemned by the Catholic church early on in the history of Christianity. And that was called Donna Tisza and Donna's them said that that the efficacy of something. Like did mention exorcism the efficacy of the sacraments depended on the holiness of the priest. And I don't know whether this was a move to a job security, but that was condemned and said any priest are, you know, Dane has has the the the the power or the or the ability from Christ to do things like this. You know, regardless of you know, doesn't depend on on the holiness of the person. I know I've never really bought that damn Donna. I I think that the even Lawrence who seemed to be very good at this. Something exorcisms can take weeks sometimes months. But he he seemed to wrap these things up relatively quickly in a matter of like a week. And but I heard later on that after I graduated so wondering graduated right did that he would have to go back, and re exercise these people Barbara herself died within three years of a of a drug overdose. So I mean, it's it's it's stayed. I think so. Yeah. But sometimes can take other forms and continues I've seen parasites attached to families for generations. I was in your neck of the woods. Although in California at the learning connection one many years ago, and I was one night class speaking to rebel lodge audience folks from the San Diego area, and they had there was one woman who kind of she just grabbed my attention. And it wasn't because he was particularly attractive. Because there was something with her and she came up to me afterwards. And we had a long talk, and it seemed that she was from a family of a Mediterranean extraction. And not not not that that means anything. But that she had had a parasitical attachments in her family for generations. And we have found that there are a number of different species of these things that will feed sometimes on on families for whole generations there. I think that the the phenomenon of possession as we call. It is not quite what the allergy says, it is not only did he thinks feed upon the ritual in my opinion. I think that they can. There things that have to happen. I the person who is possessed quote unquote, has to I think tacitly.

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"tisza" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:28 min | 3 years ago

"tisza" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"I I really wanted to get through because a relative of mine was killed recently. He was killed actually outside of running springs on highway three thirty his name was Kyle Huguenin. And he was killed by a hit and run driver actually on the road about six forty at night. They didn't find the person. They they don't know who did it. Nobody saw and ever since. Then you know, Kyle spirit can't Rach. He's been setting off the alarms that my sister. My sister in wealth, Kyle sister-in-law and his brother's home the alarms have just been going off several times a week. And you know, I I we all want to try to help him as much as we possibly can. And so I also just wanted to ask if any of the the listeners out there in the coast to coast audience, if they saw anything, if they you know, if they know anything to just please call I have I if I can can I get the number to the head CHP, we give it to talk afterwards can be happy to. But is there any anything Maryland, and George I can do to try to help Kyle. Yes, there's a lot that you can do and what the. Behaviors that you're seeing are indicative of the fact that he might be confused. He might be agitated and not quite at rest. So we wanna be putting up a lot of prayer. I'm gonna add him to my prayer last. I've a prayer list, and I put it in the frankencense so to speak. I have frankencense where I put the the prayers that I'm going to be doing. But what we wanna do is put up the prayers for Kyle to find his way. And I'm gonna try to reach out my myself to him. What what you've got here is someone who is for some reason not comfortable moving forward yet. And it could even be the circumstances of his death in the fact that nobody knows who did it. And so what he's going to require. And this is going to be something you can pray specifically about is that regardless of what is going to happen down here that we ask for the great. For Kyle to be able to receive piece about moving forward. Whether or not they find the person who did this or not we do know that God knows who did this. And we do know that that debt will be taken care of between Kyle and the perpetrator of the action that will happen. It may only happen in the spirit realm. It may not be something that will happen on the ground. We don't know that yet. But what we want for Kyle is for him to have peace that he can go forward. And that it's going to be taken care of even if not in the way that maybe in his mind, and what he's thinking, you know, there's going to be this this freaking out this. I can't rest what you know. This is an this shouldn't have happened. Do you know what I'm saying? Well, but it did. Yes. Exactly. But that's it. So the these kinds of things, unfortunately, do happen, and it leaves a soul in a very very agitated place. And that's where you know, we really have to put in a lot of prayer. But we put in a lot of intention, and I'm gonna put in a lot of intention to see if I can reach him Maryland. What do you think about karma? Do you think it is the real thing about karma? Absolutely. Absolutely. What happens? You know? It's karma is debt. Karma is what we are generating. Whether it's good karma or bad karma. You know in the Christian religions, they call it sin. You know in Buddhism. They say fetters and cankers, you know, but it's all the same thing. It's you know, we're putting out either injury or healing towards our fellow life. You know, whether it's humankind or the animal kingdom, or whatever. And so when we are. Putting things out that are harmful to others. It's a debt that we incur. And absolutely. We end up. We do go back and have to pay those things back. It is. It is a very very real thing. Let's part of that purification that goes on. Let's go to Cathy curdling, Idaho. What welcome to the program. Hi, cathy. Thank you. Tom. It's it's wonderful to know this such as year. One year like Maryland. After work. Security. Yeah. Thank you for easier. And and the Christian, you know, some. Tell us it mattress sacrimento is absolutely necessary. And. And you know that that is. That is necessary for salvation, what is your experience tell you. What do you think about Tisza Marilyn that ISM absolutely has a lot of grace attached to it? But what I have been shown very specifically. I've had many experiences about this is that there is a baptism of the spirit that occurs in cases, where people may not have been able to have a baptism physically. And if that would have been their intention, or if that would've been their spiritual inclination. So we need to remember always that God provides where physical necessity may may not may not. Would you give out your website Marilyn out of body travel dot org, and everyone, you know, all of our books are downloadable for free there. We have a whole bunch of really good resources, and you can contact me. And let me know if you've got things you need prayer about or whatever. And so welcome you all to come to the out of body travel dot org. Okay. Welcome back to coast to coast. We're going to have open lines next hour. Would we come back in just.

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"tisza" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"tisza" Discussed on Double Toasted

"He's still alive now, and he is a normal dude for the most part than his disability. But even their lot calmer right here. He's calmer. He's playing football. He's counting. Doing the snap. Council stuff. He's running around. He's doing regular shit. He's not running around like a buffoon. Yeah. Like, he's running really, dude. That's a normal doing all this cool stuff. He had cheerleading. This is exciting stuff. He's having fun wims ical. It's it's energetic. When people look at that, they go man, I want to have that type. Energy. I want to be in that good of here. Hell I watched a video of some girl on YouTube. There's like twenty eighteen last year. She was like I said sometimes I don't wanna go to school, but he doesn't have to be here. And he's your everyday with the smile on his face. He's the happiest guy here. That's the type of stuff you take away from radio as a character as a person that's the kind of environment. You want to put yourself in the movie where you go. Yeah. This is a story about making fun of the guy. This is a story about how oblivious to the school throwing himself out there not having really any additions and stuff like that. And maybe they wanted to show him younger just learning the ropes. Whatever have you. You know? Maybe he wasn't as socialized as the guy. This clear. Several decades later, right? So maybe they wanna show him kind of be coming to having people around him and having that kind of support. But this movie does it with no finesse. What's? Oh, no. Thing to do. But they goes from verbal mongrels, essentially, sit like talkative radio that we all know. And it's you can't do one montage where he's out there making squeaky noises. Football's thrown at his bare sing, it's it. It doesn't feel natural. It's completely exaggerated, and he's just acting buffoonish the entire time. And yeah, why the performance just not good? Right. And so you could okay. Well, you know, what maybe this is accurate because time surely don't see you don't see the clip until the credits. So the real radio. So you go, okay. What type of disability? Does you really have one type because he's not just mentally retarded that's out data term here, but out data term. Now, we have a whole spectrum of new words and definitions, and and things like that we can kind of associate with radio nowadays with our of modern verbiage and even back then in the movies time, and in the sixties, they didn't really have a name for it. But they tell you that you know, what he's normal. That'll mean to pry them. I'm not able to ask you. What exactly is wrong? Never could give me a name say he does same as everybody else. Just a little slower than most. I got older boy, Walter, he's fine and all your hands full. Let me working ten hours a day at the hospital some days Mowlem, so wonder lady that at the time and worrying and all. Updated A-league on need what excuse to put him away. James? James, Robert Kennedy. So like, our nickname better form, we're gonna call him cone radio. I mean, fuck it. That's fine. It's cool. It's not a fence of name. He has radio's shit your friends you call radio. But what you're saying is this movie is saying anyway based on a sixties description and kind of modern accounts, he has some form Tisza, and maybe some sort of developed. Yeah. Yeah. So so he has some price of severe kind of autism or are these moderate severe, and maybe some developmental of on top of that being in the south being in a place where the mom can't go..

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"tisza" Discussed on Drink Champs

Drink Champs

05:41 min | 3 years ago

"tisza" Discussed on Drink Champs

"Vents because he knows like two three day weekend. I looked bleak wanted to do. We don't have to be at the festival year. We just never entertained the idea. Oh shit. Yes. I got I got direct. So they use they use a clip of our show Hulu. It's it's it's crazy. The viral should is crazy. What do you feel about that? Like, what is John till you? That's great, dude. I'm say, you know, what? Dream chance. Yeah. Me I mean, I got known about to say about John. That's what I started off by saying is a me knowing rule me knowing the personally may be friends who I've known that. He wasn't a scam. Nobody that's off top like he wasn't. If there was a scam that happened. He couldn't have been in a mosquito. Right. He could he couldn't have been in on. Did he at you about this documentary? I hit him. And what do I told me watch? And what he's he said he would. Like, you just feel I feel like he's he's the bad in. He doesn't look good. Is it we're we look good in those shits? Where what the Huwan, but I've been tagged a million times like people are like they're telling me know congra- congressional personal. Hulu stole off. What it? Yeah. Let's be clear bowl is about the figure that out. You want that how come on Hulu? That you stole it off. What is nothing less ladder? Begins stills filling permission permission inside often. Well, has it sound signed. Cocaine. John do with the bath. Him putting together. Him telling people wants to shit like fell you'll come off put your boots on. I could see do you think it's a learning lesson for Jain other artists because you know, what I've this festival can be. Although yeah, this festival can actually have. No. But you learn listen to not get ripped off. It's used in the way that he was here because that's what I feel. I feel. Engineer fucking shit. He's supposed to Staples. So this doesn't tell you. I think John was the home the face of the and the scapegoat and escape go. But I think he was lied to because you see the luxury tents that they said. It was test. But I'll just said it was supposed to be there. I imagine. That's the pictures. They show up. Right. I imagine. Because otherwise, you will be there on the ground to if they had the top ten models. That's what I'm saying. He set it up over the top ten bottles tits. That's how they were lower and everything they load everybody. Yup. That was crazy. That was I learned a lot that lose influence today. Be careful if sunny D starts a festival. A lot. That festival. Somehow some way it might not be in the Bahamas. It might not be right now, it might not be right now. But that it might have still be in America. Because that's the way I I feel feel like like. they lost when the taxes on the fool and the taxes on the alcohol. Yup. You know what I'm saying? They wasn't -ticipant that wasn't a Tisza. They was paying taxes in America. That's happening. There wasn't as Jacksonville's. That's horrible to the infrastructure. So God bless the people. And God bless ladies. Who who cook for like all the people? They said got fifty thousand go fund me. God, dammit. All the way up to future dropped the first album of twenty eighteen and hip hop album. I believe a future also. Admitted to what I've been kind of saying for quite some time is that he sober. Noling? But it's at the lowly say slowly. Yeah, he's he's not doing. And I don't know. And that was find it. If you have enough time for me or sleighs. Show. But I actually say that lewd to that. If we have it. We'll get to it. If we don't have it. We're moving on. This word..

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"tisza" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"tisza" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Your vision is. How does this big picture? Look what what is this whole electrification gonna do including the solar the smart city, the tying into the grid vehicles autonomous. It's a big magic crystal. Well, I mean, I think you touched on it right there. And I think it's another thing that Nevada has embraced significantly, whether it's smart cities, smart communities or the smart state initiative that they have through the Nevada governors association is that mobility is a huge piece of the tangible solutions inside of smart communities is what we're calling it now for resiliency, and how we're going to transition, you know, livable communities, so you know. What what I envision that? I see at least very specifically is these distributed resources, and many people don't know what that means when I say that. So that's I'm from an energy perspective distributed resources is your battery your solar when your vehicle, which may or may not if it's electrical become a resource in the future. So you're driving a battery basic, which is a resource to the grid. So when we think about how that's going to change, and whether you touched on resiliency that was big at CAS. Mobile buses when you think about it like that Tisza mobile battery so now that can become emergency response. So if we have a power outage, you can drive a car or a bus to wherever and be able to provide backup power. So there's this whole new future of uses for vehicles. How you drive, you know, it's autonomous. So it's it all envelopes into these smart communities of the future that Nevada's very aggressively embracing. So a boss could go to a disaster area and turn from a bus to a hospital in pretty short order and provide power lighting, what have you to the area and help with emergency response. So in this big vision, you know, we have to really be out of the box thinking about where we're headed in this new Jetsons future. Right. It's here now. So it's Jetsons to is now you're gonna have you're flying cars. So you saw that as well..

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"tisza" Discussed on AppleInsider Podcast

AppleInsider Podcast

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"tisza" Discussed on AppleInsider Podcast

"Welcome to this episode of the apple cider podcast, Niro's Victor. And joining me is the amazing the one and only your dear friend and mine. Andrew you may have hype that up just a little too much when on a little long. Are you saying we're not friends? That's the part that. I think we could drop the amazing is correct. Yeah. We are here at CS is of course, the annual Consumer Electronics Show, and we come every year to find all the best things for you. And what we're looking for. Specifically are things that work with IRS things that revolve around apple or connect to apple and things that are weird and wonderful because see is one of those shows where. There are limited range options. Right. The options are something may never be released. It may never see the light of day. Again, it may be released in nine months or a year. Right. And what's the other option? Andrew is actually released now or before the show, which is it is rare. But we small few those things this year. Yeah. Now, what would you say is the biggest news of the show? The biggest news. I think I'm excited with just the breadth of home kit that we are seeing this year. I mean apple had that special presser event to highlight some of the things and we just randomly out of nowhere got TV's as a home category. Just got added and we saw four big players adding airplay two in three of them adding home kit to those TV's natively, right? And so those players are in order Samsung, LG, Sony and video. Yes. In Samsung is the only one who isn't adding home kit. So it still has the airplay functionality. Some of the series stuff. When the home kit stuff is not gonna work. And of course, we'll find out more information about that. As that develops, my commentary on this is that it's really interesting that apple is writing applications for Samsung's Tizzano s I mean, they've written. I mean, they have the apple music on Android. So they do some kind of. And they have the move IS absolutely have sets my personal favorite right there. Right. That's my favorite. Yeah. Yeah. And so they've written for Android before. And of course, historically before that they wrote for windows, but Tisza n- was Samsung's escape hatch away from Android right there. There's this this going back and forth, we can Google and Samsung as to who's dominant in terms of who represents Android, of course. It's Google's brand. But Samsung sells many many many, Android phones and people associated with it. So if Samsung wanted to have dominance in the marketplace and not be too beholden to Google. They could migrate their users to Tisza on on. Their phones, and for the most part people that aren't really invested in an ecosystem would follow. They ended up using it as the operating system on their TV's, which is. You know, a good place for them to put it. They also use it on the gear watches and that that were near as opposed to Android wear. So it is interesting to see apple give them that consideration that they're they're obviously a big enough product line do that with L G for that part is using web less or has used web. They they got web less out of palm palm pre was announced precisely ten years ago at C S. So that operating system is still knocking around. Although man, we got a poor went out for the palm pre because that was John Rubinstein's project after leaving apple. The. We're going to do some more digging and find out if in fact, the the TV services and airplay that we're talking about for algae are actually on the web OS TV's or if they're on one of the other models because LG also uses Android, so it's not entirely clear, and then got some research do. Yeah. Absolutely. We gotta go hands on and try those effort cells. It's a rare to Andrew, you know, what we need to request some reviewing its TV's. I think so just all of them were apple insider. I'm sorry. I I need an eighty inch. It only works on the eighty inch thing. Well, I mean, no, let's not it works best on the that's fine. But we know for a fact that that video is going to be doing it on their P E series and indeed series, which is why. Yeah. Right..

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"tisza" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"tisza" Discussed on 710 WOR

"At the pitch portion of our show tonight. We have to pitches and each contestant will have a total of twelve minutes to make their pitch. The first two minutes. They fly solo for that time described their project and put it in the best possible light the remaining time is for the inquisition where they'll be challenged by Richard Elizabeth and Angelo to describe their project in greater detail and convinced the audience their project is the best at the end of the program. Our listeners will be directed to the passage to profit page on the Gerhard law website where? For our listeners can vote for the pitch. They like the best. So our first pitch is by Jesse Garcia from Toews. Zuta T Z U D A, welcome Jesse. Thank you like Elizabeth said my name is Jessie Garcia, and I'm the CEO and founder of Tisza at his Yuda. We design manufacture and sell head impact sensors for concussion awareness. What I love about our product is how simple it is attached to any helmet that you already own and it changes colors from clear to bright red. If you've gotten hit at a potentially concussive force level, what's novel about our patented technology is that it works without electron IX. So it's all mechanical no need for wifi battery bluetooth. It's always on. So it's always capable of detecting forces and impacts in any direction because of this solution. It allows us to be the most affordable head impact sensor on the Mark. Which was something. I was really passionate about I was a clear rugby player who got tackled during a game. And my coach didn't realize I was hurt until three days later when she was watching the video footage, and because of that I suffered from post concussion symptoms for close to six months where I couldn't read I had headaches all the time. And I tried to find something on the market. There was a two hundred dollar mouthguard that I simply couldn't.

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