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A highlight from The Mike and Mark Davis Daily Chat - 11/14/23
"Lots of channels. Nothing to watch. Especially if you're searching for the truth. It's time to interrupt your regularly scheduled programs with something actually worth watching. Salem News Channel. Straightforward, unfiltered, with in -depth insight and analysis from the greatest collection of conservative minds. Like Hugh Hewitt, Mike Gallagher, Sebastian Gorka, and more. Find truth. Watch 24 -7 on SNC .TV and on Local Now, Channel 525. 738 on this Tuesday, the 14th day of November. Lots of Texas political news. But I did get a chance to spend a moment there in the opening half hour saying that I grow weary of the moral fog. In fact, on Twitter just a couple of moments ago, in these fractured times, I'm glad to give a Democrat some credit. Democrat Senator Chris Coons, who is right on Israel, was confronted by this stooge pro -Hamas activist on a train who badgered him. Why not a ceasefire? Why not a ceasefire? Sometimes moral clarity is something that needs to be delivered in a certain fashion. I'd like to think I have it intellectually and conceptually. My buddy Mike Gallagher joins us, who had an experience yesterday that will bring that kind of clarity in the harshest but necessary terms. I just can't wait to see how this day went. It had to be amazing and I'm just so glad you're here and the floor is yours. And tell everybody what you got a chance to do yesterday. Well, it was something that no one would want to see. It was pretty brutal. It was worse than I thought it was going to be. Israel put together a 45 -minute sort of a collection of video and audio and still photographs. They were videos from the terrorists' GoPros and their cell phones. There were closed -circuit videos and there were audio intercepts. They got audio recordings of the terrorists calling their families. The IDF was able to tap into some of these calls where they were calling their parents excitedly, saying, I just killed 10 Jews with my bare hands, Mom. Your son is a hero. Your son is a hero, Aloha Akbar. And they're all joyful and ecstatic. A couple of takeaways. When you watch the brutality of the violence that they inflicted on these innocent men, women, children, elderly people, there are a couple of things that really stand out. Number one, the ecstasy and the joy that the Hamas terrorists experienced as they were killing people, including little babies in little onesies and little daisy outfits and cute little kids covered in blood, slaughtered brutally. And they were absolutely euphoric, Mark. That's the only word to use. It was ecstatic for them. They had such a joy. And I kept telling myself, there's no way they think that Jews are human. There's no way that they regard them as human beings. You couldn't do that to another human being and have that kind of satisfaction. I mean, let's face it. When you think about crime in America or crimes of passion or murders or robberies or whatever, what have you, normal people don't have euphoria when they cut somebody's head off. They don't get joyful and they don't call their moms and brag about it and say, look what I did. Look what I did. So number one, that's one of the big takeaways. And the other thing I kept thinking about, and it was a somber mood. It was at the Israeli embassy. There were a number of some media people there, some pastors. It was a gathering from the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews who we worked with closely right after the terror attack of October the 7th. About 60 people in the room, maybe 70. It was very somber. It was very well done. But as you can imagine, there were tears. There was crying. There was weeping. One pastor in front of me, in fact, he happens to be a pastor from Sarasota, not far from where I'm at right now. When it was over, he kind of flung himself down onto the ground and laid across the stage and was laying on his belly just heaving, just crying and sobbing. I mean, you're looking right at the face of the devil. You're looking at evil with this. And I kept thinking, Mark, how I wish the people marching at Columbia and Harvard and in Austin, how I wish they could see this video. From the river to the sea, you proud now? You proud now? I mean, you know, the one pastor, I spent some time, I pulled double duty after the show and then I did the screening at this embassy. And then I was asked to do an afternoon show for WAVA, which is a huge Christian teaching and talk station. Over in Arlington, yeah. Yep, the Arlington. And so Don Crow has been out on a medical leave and they asked me to fill in for him. And I had with me Bishop Lanier, who is the chairman of the board of the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews, as a very profound speaker, very eloquent, very, you know, just a great orator and a great man of the cloth. And he said, look, I don't think we're going to change their minds. We need to change our minds. We need to change what we say from the pulpit. We've got to stop the equivocation. Well, it's two sides here. People are dying on both sides. That is both -sides -ism of the worst possible stripe. It really is, Mark. And I just want to reiterate that because I don't know that Israel, listen, if Israel was guilty of any of the stuff that I saw yesterday, that I experienced, and again, I'm not trying to be melodramatic. It's one of the most painful things I've ever, ever encountered. I mean, and I'll spare you gory details. You can imagine how bad it was. I mean, you already have seen some of it, you know, lining up on the streets and just shooting into cars of innocent passengers trying to drive down the street. But there was one scene in particular that got to me the most. I do want to share it with you. There was a father alone with his sons. The mother was gone, and it was in the kibbutz. They did a horrible massacre in this kibbutz, which is like a Jewish religious holy neighborhood, you know. But they're beautiful little homes. I mean, oh, their homes were so cute and decorated and, you know, plants on the porches and everything. And they were meticulously taken care of. So here's this father in the house, and it's all captured on the family's closed -circuit video. So they had like a ring system all throughout the house and outside, and it was all captured. So the father is with these two boys. I would guess the one little boy was about seven or eight. The other one was probably 11 or 12. And the little boys were in their underwear. And the shots ring out, and the father, they're all terrified, and the father desperately tries to protect his children. He scoops them both up, and they run into the backyard, and they go into a little shed that's in the backyard. It looked like a little gardening shed. And you see a Hamas terrorist come around the corner and casually pull the pit off of a grenade and throw the grenade in the shed. And it blows up, and the father immediately slumps out of the shed dead. You could tell he's instantly dead. But the two little boys are alive, and they come running out in their underwear. The one boy, you can see it looks like his eye is missing. He is terrified. The two little boys are crying, Daddy, Daddy, Mommy, Mommy. They go into the kitchen. Now the closed -circuit video picks them up in the kitchen where they're talking to each other. And they said to each other, and it's all translated, of course, and they said, Is this real? Is this real? I think we're going to die. Daddy died. Daddy died. Where's Mommy? Where's Mommy? And then the one little boy turns to his brother, his little brother, and says, Can you see out of that eye? He says, No, I can't. And he looks at him, and you can see that it looks like his whole side of his face was injured from the grenade. And he says, You can't? You can't? You can't see? He goes, No, I can't see anything out of my eye. And the little boys are crying, and they're calling for their Mommy. And then the closed -circuit shifts back to the backyard where a kibbutz security guard, actually two security guards, have escorted the mother to the property. She had been away. So they take her to the back of the shed where her dead husband is laying. She is now in anguish and screaming and collapsing and screaming, Where are my boys? Where are my boys? At the same time, the two boys, they run out of the house in the front, trying to escape. And Lord knows what fate they met. I don't have a whole lot of high hope that they made it. And I'd like to look into that. I'm going to follow up with my friends at the fellowship to see if those boys were reunited with their mother. But that's the human suffering that I wish people who seem to dehumanize Jews would see. It was eye -opening. I'm glad I did it. I'm honored that I did it. I'm glad you did, too. I'm so glad. But it was awful. And I wouldn't want anybody to see it. For people who – and sometimes you can hear people in your headphones and hear people driving around. And I want to give a voice to people saying we could show a horrible video of a Palestinian child to whom something terrible has happened, and that is undeniably true.
Fresh update on "two boys" discussed on The Breakdown with Bethany
"Yeah, that makes a lot of sense, and I would also just love to switch gears for a little bit, if that's OK. I mean, you sort of famously took a break from work to raise your children. And there's a lot of conversations around that now, like that, that being actually really brave and, you know, and then like, how are women and especially coming off of the pandemic, which was so unkind to moms. I would love to hear from you about sort of what it looks like, sort of re-emerging back to work a little bit more, being able to pursue those passions and, you know, any advice you have for mothers who are interested in doing the same. It's really hard because it's a win win situation and it's a no win situation. I have been working since I was four years old and I had waited to be a mom and, you know, my job involves travel. It involves really, really long hours. It involves missing a lot of things because there's 400 people on a set and I can be like, oh, my son has a presentation of a science project. I'm going to leave for two hours. Right. Where maybe someone that has an office job can maybe clear their calendar on that day. And so for me, it was a really tough decision because it was all I ever knew. But it was something that was important to me. On that same tip, you never know when you go back if there's still a place for you. Right. Maybe people have moved on and you've lost that place. And so I've been very fortunate again that there's been a place for me wanting to come back. And, you know, what I realized is that it's also important to show your kids that you have a life separate from them and that you have passions and that, you know, my job is not just on the weekends to shuttle you everywhere. Maybe I wanted to do something and I'm entitled to that. And I think I had a lot of that mom guilt early on of like I had to do for them. You know, I can't tell them they can't go to this Halloween festival because I don't want to drive to Orange County. I'll just drive back and forth four times. And now I've come to a place where I'm like, OK, you know what? It's OK sometimes just to not want to give them everything. But. It's finding that balance. Yeah. And, you know, also you've you've you've shown us here in this conversation that you're doing such a fantastic job empowering them with financial literacy. What are some other ways that you are empowering your kids and other facets of their life? I think the biggest important thing that we always stress is communication and that we are safe people to talk to, that we are not going to judge, you know, unless it's dangerous, obviously. And it's OK. So maybe something you want to talk to mom about, maybe something you want to talk to dad about. That's OK if it's only one of us. But we just want to be that safe space where you can talk and we will answer your questions. And again, that's because you don't want them learning stuff from the Internet. I think, you know, even with all the stuff going on in the world, you know, I realized my son had had covid that week and he wasn't at school. And I was sending him back to school. And I went, wait, these are conversations I haven't had with him yet. And I, you know, explained on a very simple level to him what he needed to know. And the one thing I said to him is I said, you know, please, if you hear anything, you have any questions, please don't Google it. Please don't look it up. Please come to me. Your dad, your grandma, whoever those people close to you and ask those questions, because there's so much that these kids learn from the Internet. And it's not necessarily the information that's correct. It's not the information that they need. And so I think that's been the biggest lesson we've learned. OK, and then just to wrap things up, I mentioned I have an 11 year old who will be turning 12 in March, but I am really starting to like, I don't know if I'm getting eased into those teen years or like really sort of like slamming me in the face. But I would love just like any advice or stuff that you've learned about raising teens, it is to me, I'm sort of finding it more pivotal than that newborn to toddler stage from toddler to kindergarten. This really is like they're coming into their own and, you know, with the phone, with social media, with money. So what advice do you have for parents who are feeling like incredibly unprepared? Right. You mean like myself? The biggest lesson that my husband always says to me that I have to work on. I'll talk about what I'm actively working on in myself is remembering to not take it personally, that there are hormones going through their bodies. They have so much coming at them. We didn't have as much coming at us. You know, there weren't these screens and information and everything wasn't so almost manic. And sometimes they lash out and and that's what they need. And there's a place where it becomes inappropriate and where you say you may not speak to me like that. I'm your parent. But sometimes the other thing I've learned is I have to stop trying to solve everything and let them experience life and make mistakes and figure it out and say, gosh, I'm really sorry. That that sucks. That's really hard. And, you know, have them learn those lessons. Yeah, sometimes taking a step back right is like a little bit better than digging in. I totally, totally get that. Sarah, Michelle, thank you so much for the time. This has really been such a great experience for me to get to sit down virtually with you. So I really do appreciate it. Thank you. I wish you all the best. You have a teen boy or girl? I have two boys, so easier, easier. All right. I'm going to hold you to that. I'm going to find I promise you boys are harder when they're younger. All right. All right. Well, thank you. Thank you again so much. Absolutely. Have a great day.
A highlight from What if God is Silent? With Special Guest Addison Bevere
"Do you sometimes doubt if you're truly hearing God's voice or if it's really your own? Or have you been in a season where it feels like He's completely silent? Have you been praying for a way to learn how to hear His voice more clearly? Hey friends, I'm Rachel, host of the Hearing Jesus podcast. If you are ready to grow in your faith and to constantly step into your identity in Christ, then join me as we dig deep into God's word so you can learn to live out your faith in your everyday life. Well, hey everyone, welcome back to the Hearing Jesus podcast. I'm your host, Rachel Grohl, and today we have my friend Addison Bevere on the show. Addison, thanks for joining us today. Rachel, thanks for having me. It's good to be here. Yeah, so I invited Addison on the show today because he has a message with his new book that so clearly echoes the message that God has burned my heart with. And Addison, I thought it might be good for you just to kind of introduce yourself and maybe a little bit about this book and what led you to write this new book. Yeah, absolutely, Rachel. I love that you said that it's an echo of what God has spoken to you and what you've been walking through. For me, even the first chapter of Words with God, it's entitled The Voice, and I take the reader on a journey into the canyon, into that place where we hear echoes, that place where we wonder, are we hearing the voice of God or is that an echo of our own thoughts, echo of our own fears, our own concerns, our own desires? And I think for so many of us, that's a wrestling. And I went through a season, and I share about this in a five years of insomnia, where so much about what I knew of God, what I knew about purpose, came under attack in ways that just they'd never come under attack before. And I had reasons to question God's faithfulness, his presence, his goodness that I hadn't encountered before. It was a series of different things that happened in my life, and it led me to the end of myself and really a complete breakdown. So that's a bit of my story. I come from a great family. I have an amazing mom, amazing dad. They're both authors and speakers. And then I have a passion for prayer, and specifically a prayer that integrates our lives, a type of prayer that brings everything together so we can experience the wholeness and the peace and the promise of what it is to walk in communion and union with God. And so I've been married for 15 years, and I have four kids, ages 13, 12, 8, and 6, two boys, two girls. And I live in Nashville, Tennessee. So that's a bit about me. And I know we're going to get into the book and get into this idea of hearing God's voice. So yeah, I'll touch on more of that later. Yeah. So your kids are about the same age as some of mine, so we need extra prayer in this next week.
Fresh update on "two boys" discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"The President's Series at PragerU is really terrific. You've got to watch it. The latest is Rutherford B. Hayes, about whom 99% of Americans know nothing and 90% never heard the name. These are fascinating introductions. I bought books as a result of those President videos. So you heard the speakers at the Oakland City Council, which has a resolution up to condemn Hamas. What you heard was mind-blowing. I might note that virtually all the speakers were female. Maybe it's a coincidence, maybe it is not. I've spoken about that issue on a number of occasions. And the last one notes that the resolution was offered by old males. I think that's what she said. That there are people who think that that is an important point proves the damage the left has done. So if younger people made the resolution, that would give it more validity. Did you hear how many said that this is a lie? The whole October 7th narrative is a lie. It was the IDF, that is the Israeli army, the Israel Defense Forces, that killed their people. You understand that we have a significant percentage of fellow Americans who believe that? Israel slaughtered its own citizens and then blamed it on Hamas? These are very scary people. The hatred of Israel is so deep that you can't—you literally, most of you can't imagine it. Because we don't have an analog in the United States. The desire to wipe out Israel and its inhabitants is deep, is the deepest yearning of most Palestinians and many non-Palestinian Muslims. The deepest. That has been true from the beginning. There are those who build and there are those who destroy. Most Palestinians are in the latter category. I wish it were and so. Hello everybody and welcome to the Male Female Hour, second hour every Wednesday. Part of the reason I picked Wednesday because of the word wed in Wednesday. It's not so, but it sounded great. In fact, it sounded absurd, but I love the absurd. In fact, we're bathing in it in our society. It's the most honest talk I know of in American media about men and women and I welcome you to the Male Female Hour. Here's a subject I don't believe I've covered in all these years of doing the Male Female Hour and it concerns the ability of people to make others happy. In fact, I will probably do the same subject, but in a different way of phrasing it, on the Happiness Hour. But, specifically to the male-female, did you marry, there are a lot of questions here, did you marry somebody in the hope that that person would make you happy? And here's one which will probably really resonate with a lot of people. Did you marry someone in the hope that you could make that person happy? You can start calling in now. One eight Prager 776 because here is the Prager hypothesis on this issue. People can make other people miserable, but rarely can they make them happy. That's right, the ability to make your life miserable exists among humans, but you make yourself happy. Thinking that somebody else will make you happy is the root to anger because it won't happen. Which we specialize in in America, if you are not a white heterosexual male, you try to get a BA in victimhood, an MA in victimhood, and a PhD in victimhood. That is another question. Did you marry thinking that you could make this person happy? How did that turn out? By the way, if it turned out well, let me know, I'm curious, how did it turn out? Or conversely, did you marry thinking this person will make me happy? A lot of people do. By the way, many people do this not consciously. They don't think, oh, I'm going to make this person happy or this person will make me happy. That power has not been invested in people as a general rule. Now, I always challenge myself when I offer a hypothesis. Is it absolutely true that no one can make you happy? I question myself, I have a very wonderful marriage. Does my wife make me happy? Well, I am a happy person, but I have to acknowledge that her being in my life is a source of extraordinary joy. And I hope that is true for her. But I can't say that she made me happy, and she doesn't want to have that role. Everybody would prefer that they marry somebody who has worked on themselves to be happy. So, it's a slightly complex question. Can we make others happy? That we can make others unhappy is a given. That is absolutely true. Generally speaking, if you're unhappy, let's put it this way. I am happier thanks to being married to my wife. That I could say. There's not even a question about it. But the bottom line was I was a happy person, or I am a happy person. So, I am happier. So, in a sense, you can make someone happier, but you cannot make someone happy. Maybe that's the more precise way of putting it. Many people want to fix the person that they choose to marry. That is why this is on the male-female hour. That is a big mistake. Marriage is not a fixer-upper. Ideally, what you want is somebody who has already been fixed, as it were. I don't mean neutered. But they have worked on themselves, and they come to you not as a complete package. Hopefully, we're all better thanks to our spouse. We're better people. That is an ideal. And I subscribe to it, and I live it. But that is not the same as fixing somebody's life. See, because so many people come as somewhat damaged goods from their own home, and will look to marriage. And it's usually not conscious, as something that will fix them, that will heal their wounds. And then when the person doesn't heal their wounds, they get angry at them for not healing their wounds, not fixing their situation. And then it's a big problem. So those who are single, listening to this, and do want to get married, and I hope it's true for every single, it's very important to realize what marriage can do and cannot do. It cannot fix your problems. The only problem marriage can fix is singlehood. And yes, I regard that as a problem. For many wonderful people who are single, it's a given. But I regard it as a problem because a better way of life is marriage. It's amazing that that is controversial in the United States of America, in the beginning of the 21st century, but it is. That's really the only problem it can fix. The rest you have to work on. Big subject here. All right, let's see. Let's see, indeed. Denver, Colorado. Chris, hello. Hello, how are you? I'm well, thank you. Good. My wife of 42 years and I met each other when she was 15 and I was 18. And it wasn't love at first sight or anything like that, but we became really good friends and we got married four years later. And like I said, we've been married ever since. And I didn't marry her. I married her to make her happy, but I see what you're saying about happier. Ah, good. That's important. Hold on there. Back in a moment. So the question on the table in the male-female hour is did you marry to make somebody happy or did you marry to have somebody make you happy? My contention is a good marriage can make a happy person happier, but it can't make an unhappy person happy. You make yourself happy is my biggest belief on the happiness issue in any event. So back to Chris in Denver. You met in high school and you've both made each other happier. Is that correct? Yes. And we had so many setbacks and so many problems, but we made not only a good couple, but a great team. And it seems like when something went wrong with her, I was there. And when something went wrong with my life, she was there. And I tell you now, if it wasn't for her, I wouldn't be doing what I'm doing now. I mean, she's in my incentive like I am hers. That's a beautiful thing. And we've had a great marriage. We have two boys and four grandkids now, and they're great. Just out of curiosity, give me an example of one of the big setbacks either of you or both of you had. Oh, I'll never forget when we were our first house, we had the rent from my sister that was two doors down from my mom. And we started off with a bed, a TV, a living room table and a kitchen table. That was it. That was it. I worked fast food and she worked at different places. And I had a motorcycle year round for two years that I had to ride. That's all I had to ride. And I remember one time I was going down I-70 and it was snowing. Buses were getting stuck and I was on a motorcycle. And I remember dropping it one time, getting it up and just keeping on going. It seemed like when she was laid off or had a problem with her job, I was there and vice versa. Well, bless you. Okay. So it was in the realm of the material in particular. One of the odd things that I hear from young people is, yeah, I definitely want to get married or we definitely want to get married, but I'm waiting till I'm financially stable or whatever, some variation on that theme. And I thought, I never literally, we have to do that, Alan, as a male, female subject. I don't even understand that. It's not a matter of I don't agree with it. Why will your marrying increase your financial instability? Overwhelmingly, we have the data that it increases your financial stability. That was never the case in the past. We won't marry till I make X amount of money or whatever. You marry and then you make X amount of money. Anyway, thank you, sir. I appreciate and I'm happy for you. No question about that. Okay. Let's see here. Okay. Akron, Ohio. Gina. Hello. Hi, Dennis. Thanks so much. What a great topic. I cannot remember consciously thinking whether my now husband made me happy or if he thought I made him happy. I can tell you, we felt so happy being together as a couple. And as importantly, I had a three-year-old daughter who had been abandoned by her father when she was seven months old, and he made her ecstatically happy. I knew we were going to make a happy family. That part is what really truly made me fall in love with them. And 35 years later and four kids later, we're still at it. So what age were you when you married? I was 21 when I married the first time and had our daughter about a year or two years later into the marriage. And I was 25 when I married my husband now. Your daughter from the previous husband, does she refer to your husband as daddy? It was the first thing we did is he adopted her right away. She was ecstatic. And I remember we had a cake and the cake said, daddy, little girl. And she was just thrilled with that. And she never knew her father left when she was seven months old and never saw him again. So he was the, my husband is the only person and all of other children, until they were grown, we left it up to our daughter at the time. And it's up to you if you would like your sisters, your siblings and brothers to know, but we're just one family and that's what we'll always be. So what happened? Did they find out? Yes. My oldest daughter told them probably when each of them were in their mid teens and they were okay.
A highlight from RadCast Rewind: Episode with Fishing Legend Al Linder, Now on Carbon TV
"Hey, Radcast is on. And welcome to the show, Mr. Jim Zumbo. Gentlemen, I am pleased to be here and I use that term loosely when I say gentlemen. Al Winder. Just want to welcome you to the show. Thanks for taking time out of your busy schedule to hang out with us on a podcast for a little bit. I am looking forward to it. There's nothing makes me happier than a coke in Minnesota. If I can't be out fishing, I should be talking about fishing. Hayling from Wisconsin, Janna Waller. Thank you so much for having me. It's Radcast. Hunting, fishing, and everything in between. Powered by Bowspider. Brought to you by PK Lures and High Mountain Seasonings. And now, here's your hosts, Patrick Edwards and David Merrill. Again, Al, it's great to have you on the program. I do want to give a quick shout out to Danny Kertola, my cousin, for helping set this up with Al. That was a big deal. Thanks, Danny. Yeah, so I really appreciate Danny and Al. Just want to welcome you to the show. Al, thanks for taking time out of your busy schedule to hang out with us on a podcast for a little bit. I am looking forward to it. Nothing makes me happier than a coke in Minnesota. If I can't be out fishing, I should be talking about fishing. It's going to be well below zero tonight. So Al, that's probably one of the big motivations for Patrick and I to start this podcast is we both have young families and we're both avidly into the outdoors, whether it's fishing, hunting, or a little bit of both. So that's our goal is to recruit new anglers and new hunters to the outdoors. The timing is really appropriate for it. We've got a whole new recruitment coming in because of COVID that our sport has never seen before, experience in the outdoors. And they need some guidance in a lot of cases to respect the resource. And that's an important part of what's happening now with these whole lot of these newbies coming in. Yeah, it's been fun to watch you over the years because you've really helped teach everybody about that. And I know as a kid, I always looked forward to outdoor life coming in the mail and also in Fisherman Magazine, because that was the thing was I wanted to learn more about fishing and growing up in Cheyenne, Wyoming, it was like a dead zone of fishing. There's really not much close unless you're going to drive two hours to Glendo, three and a half hours to Seminole, five hours to Boyson, you just forget about it. There's just nothing there. You talk about teaching people. I was reading that as much as I could, because I knew when I went, I had to really capitalize on those trips. And you've done an amazing job about that. And I just wanted to know if you could just share some tips with us, what's some key strategies of getting kids and just other anglers out on the water? What are some good strategies and tips? Number one, make sure you take them when you can get them back. I can't hold eyes how important that is, especially with the younger ones that have shorter tension spans. And it is critical that barber is going down or something pulling on the end of that line. And that's one. And even with new adults, and we have a lot of those coming into the sport now that have never fished before. And yes, they have patience where the young people don't, however, their patience will reign after one or two trips without getting a bite. It's the biggest hindrance that I've seen to our sport and your people back. The key is getting a bite to light that fire. They got to catch something. And you don't want to take them out in miserable weather conditions. You have to weather good and do everything in your power to make sure that they get back. And the reason people fish and continue to fish is they had a good experience and a good experience is something pulling on the end of their line. That's really the reason you're out there. That's what motivates people. It's the miracle of a fish. It is amazing to me, my entire life in this business to see what a fish can do to change somebody's life. Yeah, a kid sitting on the dock catching bluegills and all of a sudden nowhere, a two pound bass runs out from under the dock and grabs your bait. You never had your catching your six and having a ball and out of this bass is there. Your hook did break where you landed your life forever. Somebody has never met fish. Yeah, they heard something about it. They're going out with somebody that knows something about all of a sudden next to the boat. This monster opens his mouth and bites on it. It's an image that burns into your spirit that will change. It never goes away. That's what lights the fire in this sport. And it's why it's so important that the end of good weather to do it. And that's the key is to get them action. And then if they're really young, you know, after two, three hours, they like to think around and alive. You get a few fish around all kids like that. They're fascinated with fish bouncing around in the life. And that's the key. It really is the key to keep them motivated, keep them fishing action in a short period of time. But again, with the adult or even a young person after after. So you get them out for two trips the third time. Yeah, you're going to say you want to go fishing with me today. You got too bad experience that they're going to go back and play video games. So the interest won't be there. Well, I was fortunate enough to grow up near Saltwater and my dad in the Pacific Northwest. We did a lot of salmon and halibut and deep sea. And I got introduced very young to fishing. We actually just had a podcast with my dad on talking about starting that fire that you're talking about. I'm curious, who was the fishing mentor in your life? The person that got you hooked on fishing? Well, actually, my brother's 10 years my senior. And he took me everywhere from the time I was a little kid. He's seeing a burning passion. He shared that he said there was something about it from the time you were little. You were obsessed with fish and fishing. And he nurtured that. He actually nurtured that in him being 10 years older than I am. Yeah, he took me under his wing. And I had some really good experiences in those years. One of them that really fed my passion for fishing was my mother. And this is strange, but I got to share that story with you. My brother obviously loved the fish. So he took me everywhere we could go. We fished all over the ponds and lakes and creeks and rivers in between Chicago and Milwaukee. And there's many of them. And we were out every moment we could go. He'd be able to go the way he took me. But my mother really liked to fish. And she's seen people would ask me at a young age, wouldn't you go to a Christmas gathering of family or friends like this? And yeah, what are you going to do when you grow up? Boldly coming? I'm going to be living fishing. That's what I'm going to do. I'm going to look at you. Oh, OK. You're going to blow it off. And my mother, she, under the guy, my brother, would she at Christmas time or birthdays or special event every time I found my Christmas presents and gifts were the latest, greatest fishing tackle in the industry, whether it was a rod, a reel, a lure, magazines, books, anything that she fed that fed it and fed it. Never said that's a dumb thing. How are you going to make a living in a fishing industry? Especially at that time, that many years ago. Yeah. And the only thing you get, you tackle manufacturers and outdoor writers that at that time, one of the inspiring outdoor writers to me as a kid was Jason Lucas. He wrote for Sports of Field at that time. And he wrote a book called Lucas on Bass. And I'll bet you I read it a dozen times. It marked every page, the experiences burned into my mind. But experiences like that, and then television, I remember pioneers of the TV fishing business, the first one, his name was Gattabot Gattis, the Flying Fisherman. He was the first one that syndicated television fishing shows. And he'd fly to different locations all over the country and share his fishing experience, Gattabot Gattis. And then that led to Virgil Ward, that was the true championship fishing. And he was the one that lit by fire to get into the fishing industry and do a television show in the business. He was here in my hometown in Brainerd, Minnesota, when we were starting Lindy Jackal Company. And his producer, his name was Jayden, he gave us a call at the office one day and he says, Hi, I'm Dave Jayden, I'm with Virgil Ward, championship fishing. We've been in the area for three days. We're having, we want to do well, I should have went to Bass Busters gig. And he says, can you help? And I understand with the way you're a really good fisherman, everybody says, go call Al if you want one. So should we do a show? That's absolutely. We went out, we got a phenomenal show shot in four hours, he got everything done. He's all happy. He took off, went back to Missouri, and we finished that. My brother looks at me that night, we're talking. He says, that's great. He does a television show and talks about the lures that he manufactures. I said, we could do that. We got, why don't we start a television fishing show and help with that's what led our fire. And that was it. That trip went there and we bought a camera. I mean, that's what camera and my brother learned how to use it and how to voice tape together. And you're shooting with film at that time. You had to rewind these stories on how you get into the game and into the fishing industry and into the sport and the different aspects that are available. You get these different stories from everybody that is enough to make a living business. But I'll go back to what I said just a little bit. Just what a fish could do to change somebody's life. It's astounding to me how it happens all the time. One experience with a fish and just bam, your life is changed by it. Yeah, I agree. It's an amazing experience. I remember catching fish when I was little and how it lit my fire. And again, I promised that I would do this on the podcast and I hope it's not lost because you hear this stuff a lot. But my friend Seth Ewing, who lives in northern Idaho and myself, we grew up just eating up your shows and the magazine. And it really did benefit both of us. He's an incredible fly fisherman and he learned a lot from your fly fishing video that you guys put out with Dahlberg. And I love the smallmouth and the walleye and those kind of species. And so it's just one of those things where I hope it's not lost on you when you hear us say thank you so much for doing all of that because it really did inspire a lot of people across the United States and the world to go out and fish and to take other people fishing, which I think is really cool. One of the things that I always enjoyed and my dad and I always enjoyed watching you fish was just the joy on your face. You were always chuckling and laughing and having a great time. We were just living vicariously through you as the wind blew about 70 miles an hour through Cheyenne, but it's just, it really did make a big difference. And I do want to, I want to ask about this because this is really important to David and I, we both have little kids and we take them out fishing, hunting different activities and you have kids of your own. And I know like he's very influential and big into the fishing business as well. But can you talk a little bit about what that was like raising your kids to be fishermen, but also raising them during that time that you're just so busy and you got all these things going on with the fishing world and the fame that you had going on. How did you manage all those things and still make it a great experience for your kids? They grew up in the business they did. There's not all seven, Ron had seven children. I've got two boys, all of the kids, even the girls, three of his kids are girls. They all served in the business doing something. Yeah. From the time we started Lindy Tackle Company, they were pouring sinkers and learning how to tie snails, raffle them on cars. They were exposed to the business as a family run business all their life when they grew up in different fields and did other things. But a number of them stayed in the business and are in the business today, like Jimmy and Banny and Billy and my son Troy.
A highlight from Mike Gallagher Week in Review for Friday, November 3, 2023
"United States Border Patrol has exciting and rewarding career opportunities with the nation's largest law enforcement organization. Earn great pay, outstanding federal benefits, and up to $20 ,000 in recruitment incentives. Learn more online at CBP .gov slash career slash USBP. Welcome into The Mike Gallagher Show week in review podcast. Great to have you here. It is Friday, November the third. It's another week chock full of breaking news. Let's begin with this shocker. Over a hundred college professors at Columbia University in New York City signing a letter in support of pro -hamas protesters on campus. The anti -semitism we're seeing in the streets of America, particularly on college campuses, is astounding and we tackled it this week front and center. Over a hundred Columbia University professors signed a letter yesterday defending students who support Hamas. Can you imagine a college professor supporting monsters who put babies in ovens and and cooked them alive? Can you imagine over a hundred Columbia University professors, Ivy League staffers writing a letter supporting the students who defend Hamas? You'd send your kid to college at Columbia, you'd be out of your mind. You would be out of your mind. If you've got a son or daughter who wants to go get some hugely successful career and they think Columbia University is the path to take, you'd be nuts to let your kid go to Columbia, much less pay for it. And donors, you would donate to Columbia University? Over a hundred professors defending students who are supporting bloodthirsty animalistic terrorists. They put babies in ovens. They raped women and broke their legs before murdering them. They chopped soldiers' heads off. They chopped babies' heads off. And these moron professors, and they are morons, they are ignorant fools, wrote a letter demanding for support the moron students defending terrorism. Meanwhile, the House of Representatives has a brand new speaker. He's Representative Mike Johnson, a Republican from Louisiana. Democrats are none too happy about this guy. In fact, they are literally denouncing his Bible -believing Christianity. Wait till you hear what MSNBC personality and former White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki had to say about Mike Johnson's religious beliefs. Does the Bible inform your worldview? The new Speaker of the House, Mike Johnson, a little -known congressman from Louisiana, has had the audacity to admit that for him the Bible informs his worldview. Jen Psaki was the White House Press Secretary. She now has her own show on MSNBC, and she is undoubtedly very popular among the left. I want you to hear Jen Psaki expressing her shock and disgust and mortification at the newly elected Speaker of the House, admitting that he's a Bible -believing Christian. So let's take a few minutes to talk about this new speaker. First glance, Mike Johnson does seem fine, fine -ish. Conservative, yes, but he once started a civility caucus with a Democrat. And I mean, if nothing else, he wears a suit and has glasses. How threatening can this guy actually be? Well, he gave us all a little clue as to how he would govern in an interview this week. I am a Bible -believing Christian. Someone asked me today in the media, they said, it's curious. People are curious. What does Mike Johnson think about any issue under the sun? I said, well, go pick up a Bible off your shelf and read it. That's, that's my worldview. You heard that right. The Bible doesn't just inform his worldview. It is his worldview. In fact, during his first speech in his new job, Johnson suggested that his election as speaker was an act of God. Talk about a bit of a humble brag there. So what exactly has God apparently called on Mike Johnson to do? Well, his views on policy are essentially what you'd expect from a religious fundamentalist. They're more divisive than they are divine. She's threatened. They're threatened by a religious fundamentalist like Mike Johnson. And you heard what she, the way she described it. It's threatening. We should be scared because he's a Christian. Now you just heard that, right? I mean, I'm not hallucinating, right? I just played a clip from MSNBC and she's got some MSNBC bona fides. She was the White House press secretary. She's no slouch in terms of elocution. She knows what she's saying. She forms the word. She's reading those words on a teleprompter. Let me again repeat what Jen Psaki just told her national audience. We should be scared of Mike Johnson because he's a Christian. Let that sink in. This is the Mike Gallagher Show Week in Review podcast. I hope you'll subscribe. Don't miss any of the great content that we produce every single day. If you missed anything, you'll catch up with us. The Israeli consulate in New York City invited the media to a special event. They shared firsthand evidence of the brutality of Hamas in Israel. This is very difficult to hear, but we can't turn away. We must be aware of what actually happened on October 7th in Israel. Kelly Jane Torrance writes about it. None of us wanted to see such sites, this person writes, but none of us would give up the opportunity. The world needs to know what happened. Journalists, about 20 of us had to leave our cell phones and Apple watches at the door. Some of the footage had never been released and Israeli authorities had their reasons for showing it only to select reporters and some select others like Joe Biden. They're concerned about the feelings of the families involved. They also don't want such horror and humiliation broadcast worldwide. One retired major general and reservist, Mickey Edelstein said, we have values. This reporter said, human beings still have the capacity to shock if one can call Hamas human beings. I will long be haunted by what I saw. The footage eases you into things, she writes, a little. Terrorists fire at motorists on the highway. They enter a kibbutz and blow an ambulance's tires first. They shoot a dog who reminds, who remains shaking on the street. They light a home on fire. Then, then they start entering the houses. Israel collected video from a wide variety of sources, public closed circuit TV, traffic cameras, dash cams of terrorists and of victims, as well as their social media posts and messages at home. You can hear the murderers breathe heavily as they nervously approach their prey. It was almost impossible to watch the council general admitted afterward. He couldn't even stay for the whole screening. A father tries to get his young children dressed only in underpants safely to a backyard shelter. A grenade lands before he can close the door. He's dead. A terrorist takes the two boys back into the house. The security camera captures their devastation. The blast blinded one boy in an eye, the other falls to the ground, plaintively pleading, why am I alive? Why am I alive? Blood is everywhere. A man with his nose blown off, headless Israeli soldiers, an elderly woman clad only in her brightly colored underwear, never meant to be seen by so many. Piles of bodies surrounded by young men, celebrating, chanting Aluakbar. A broken woman is taken from the back of a Jeep, the rear of her pants covered in blood. We can easily understand what likely happened to her. Young men clamor over trying to get a look inside. Women who were raped had their legs broken, then they were killed. So they were raped, they had their legs broken, and then they were murdered. Many times Kelly Jane Torrance writes, I wanted to look away, but I forced myself not to. We journalists had to see so what happened we could tell the world. Yet here is a line from a CBS news piece written by a journalist who saw the footage, quote, in another clip, a militant stands over a man who appears to have been shot in the gut and hacks at him multiple times with a garden hoe. Interestingly, the words terrorist or terrorism don't appear in this piece. They don't appear in the New York Times report of that screening either. I can tell you it was not a militant who stands over a man. A group of terrorists argue over who gets to behead the man. A Thai worker bleeding profusely from his stomach but still alive. Someone hacks at him repeatedly with a hoe trying to behead him. Every single time the terrorist yells Alua Akbar. That difference in detail is why the consulate staff sat through 45 minutes of misery. They need people to see what happened. Sure, dead babies were found without their heads, but who knows who did the deed, according to journalists from serious publications, supposedly publications. serious She says, the hate I witnessed goes beyond those who entered Israel. A young man uses a dead Israeli woman's phone to call his parents and brag of killing 10 Jews, quote, with my bare hands. He pleads to his father, please be proud of me, dad. That's the culture Israel must fight. Then there's New York City. A day after the screening of this video, thousands of anti -Semites marched into Manhattan via the Brooklyn Bridge after a rally at the Brooklyn Museum. At the front were people holding a banner that read, by any means necessary. This journalist who saw these atrocities committed by these monsters, these savages called Hamas, writes, understand what a sign like that means. These people know what happened October 7th. They're gathering in large numbers in New York and cities around the world, including America, to show their support for the animals who committed these atrocities. They are as bloodthirsty as the heavy breathing terrorists whose voices the people of Israel will never get out of their heads. And that's so important. You must know what pro -Hamas demonstrators are. On the pop culture front, actor Matthew Perry, best known for his role on the sitcom series Friends, passed away at the age of 54. He was found in his hot tub in his Los Angeles home, apparently drowned. A very interesting conversation resulted in vaccines with the shocking death of Matthew Perry. 54 years old, he was one of the stars of Friends. He was found dead in his jacuzzi at his Los Angeles home. And right away, people started rushing in saying he was a big pro -vaccination guy. The anti -vaxxers, as they're known, went bonkers, saying, how does a 54 -year -old guy who was allegedly clean and sober, he had had a lifetime of trouble with drugs and alcohol, apparently, rough life, he had gotten his act together, he wrote a memoir last year, and he was lounging in his jacuzzi, and he died. And so far, the police say, no sign of foul play. There were some prescription drugs found, but no illegal drugs or illicit drugs. And this guy was part of the culture and one of the most successful sitcom actors of all time, and one of the most successful sitcoms of all time, Friends. And apparently, he had his personal assistant go out to run some errands. The assistant came back after a couple hours and found this guy dead in the jacuzzi in the backyard of the pool. A lot of people were tweeting and writing on social media. This is not a conspiracy theory. People are suddenly dying. People are having heart attacks. And they pointed out that Matthew Perry had tweeted out like a year ago, could I be any more vaccinated? Get your shot and then get your shirt. Shop the entire collection. And it was a collection of t -shirts bragging about getting vaccinated. And people were tweeting out things like, do you believe Matthew Perry died from heart issues in his jacuzzi that were caused by him getting so many COVID vaccines? Again, he once promoted a t -shirt that said, could I be any more vaccinated? Well, you know, I know we don't want to open up that whole can of worms again. On the other hand, did you see the story about the new analysis by the FDA, the Food and Drug Administration, said that there may be an increase in the risk of stroke when you get a COVID shot on the same day as when you get certain flu vaccines. A new analysis found the link was clearest in adults over 85. It applied to the Pfizer and Moderna COVID booster vaccines. The FDA said the risk might stem from the flu vaccine alone and be completely unrelated to the COVID shots. I think it's fair to say, and I just want to start right here and say, whether we like it or not, most Americans, I think, and I want you to correct me if you think I've got this wrong, most Americans have a deep distrust over just about any vaccine. There was a horrific incidence of violence this week in New York City. It erupted after an argument between neighbors of a New York City apartment building. It was all captured on closed circuit surveillance video. Maybe you've seen the ghastly video of a neighbor in an apartment building who executed a father and his stepson over a dispute regarding noise. It was all captured on closed circuit surveillance video. It's awful. I don't want to play it. I mean, this guy came with a gun ready to confront this family. There had apparently been a history of arguing between these two tenants of the apartment building, I think it was in Brooklyn, and the family comes out to confront the guy. He's wearing a jacket. He's dressed all in black. And the closed circuit surveillance cameras are just crystal clear. One thing about this closed circuit TVs now, the video quality is as good as anything you see on a TV network. You can get these ring cameras and everything, and they're a real good deterrent, I think, for criminals, because they work well. I've got a whole set of them at a property that I own, and you can see everything. It records automatically. If there's movement, you can set all kinds of settings. Anyway, they had a closed circuit camera in the hallway of this apartment building. This guy's waiting. He's pacing. They're arguing. The dad comes out, and he's very threatening. He's apparently a bodybuilder. The father was this big, hulking, you know, muscular, tall guy. And he storms out with a pair of scissors in his hand, and they're arguing about the noise. And according to news reports, you know what the noise was? The family that the other guy was objecting to, they lived above this guy, and they didn't have carpeting on the floor. So whenever they walked, they were walking on wood floors, and it made a lot of noise, and it just aggravated the guy down below. So the guy down below shows up. He's in the hallway. He's got a jacket on. They're arguing. The family's arguing. The big, you know, bodybuilder is towering over the guy with a pair of scissors. Well, the shorter guy that came up to complain, he pulls out a gun, a handgun. The father immediately retreats. Doesn't matter. This guy starts blasting away. He shoots the dad multiple times. It's all caught on camera. The son, the stepson, tries to get away. He executes the stepson, pumps him full of bullets, and then he goes over to the dad, who's trying to get up. He's fallen by the door and puts a couple more bullets in his head for good measure. I mean, it was a stone cold execution. And there was a big debate on social media about whether or not it was self -defense or not. Well, of course it wasn't self -defense. He executed them. He's arguing with them about noise in an apartment. Now a family is shattered. And the breaking news, the reason I'm telling you this whole story is there is some news. They got the guy. Police shot him at a traffic stop moments ago in Brooklyn. The 47 -year -old suspect, Jason Pass, was in a car when police got a hit on his license plate. 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A highlight from The Guardian Angels Building a Kingdom of Love with Msgr John Esseff
"Discerning hearts provides content dedicated to those on the spiritual journey to continue production of these podcasts prayers and more go to discerninghearts .com and click the donate link found there or inside the free discerning hearts app to make your donation thanks and God bless discerninghearts .com presents building a kingdom of love reflections with Monsignor John Assef Monsignor Assef is a priest of the diocese of Scranton Pennsylvania. He has served as a retreat director and confessor to St. Teresa of Calcutta. He continues to offer direction and retreats for the sisters of the missionaries of charity. Monsignor Assef encountered St. Padre Pio who would become a spiritual father to him. He has lived in areas around the world serving in the Pontifical missions a Catholic organization established by Pope St. John Paul II to bring the good news to the world especially to the poor. He continues to serve as a retreat leader and director to bishops priests and sisters seminarians and other religious leaders. Building a kingdom of love reflections with Monsignor John Assef I'm your host Chris McGregor. Angels are so much on my mind today to talk to you about and I would like to begin with the guardian angel. I was very much enamored of my angel as a child. Ever since I can remember my brother and I were roommates and we had in our room you know that picture of guardian angel guiding this child across a bridge and we certainly he and I had so many scrapes as children we have some of them in our book but as two boys growing up and we were so companions because I can't remember being my memories go way back but they they don't go back before my brother because I was only a year and a half old when he came along so I always had this companion and so it's kind of easy for me to believe that I have a companion the angel the guardian angel is given to us from the first moment of our conception the guardian angel is interuterine he is given to you from your mother's womb and from the first moment that that egg fertilizes that is for that seed fertilizes that egg that soul that's blown into that person who now is going to be that's the beginning that's the moment your guardian angel begins to protect you and watch over you so he's with you and assists you in your life in the womb because how many more things are being told to us these days about what happens to the child in the womb it's a whole life in there if you're a single birth if you're you know are you my mother tells the story about that what do they talk about when a child is turned around and I was a breach breath I was going to be a breach birth and what happened to me is I got turned around and there's like all kinds of assistance that goes on within the womb guardian angel is right there assisting you in the birthing you know I think so many times we've it's good for a mother to know that that baby is being watched over and protected how that life is there and how the mother loves that baby from the moment that she knows she's pregnant and so the the baby is being watched over and cared for within the womb and then in the birthing your guardian angel comes with you that that angel stays with you from that moment of conception not only until you die but if you fail to go to paradise that angel reminds people on earth to pray for you so often you know some people who are not yet and may be in purgatory and not yet settled in their in their home forever in heaven that angels work is to go to the people on earth or to others to pray for that soul and I really believe that many of us are reminded oh my grandmother or my uncle so -and -so or having a mass offered for so is really inspired by the angel who comes and asks why don't you have a mass said for your dad why don't you have a mass said for your aunt Tilly so that there's there's that reminder to pray for the dead so until that's also because even in the liturgy itself it says at the death of a person may the angel lead you into paradise may the martyrs receive you on your way so as we go into the eternal city the angels are individually created angels do not multiply like humans so therefore if there are six billion people in this universe and each one of us has a specific guardian angel then there must at least be six billion angels God in making angels we always hear scripturally that there are myriads you know what myriads is millions and billions he just makes them and he creates them individually the least angelic creature is greater than any human creation you know after all man is only half spiritual half of him is material or physical he's half animal half spirit so that our bodily part it's no less beautiful it's a creation that we have feet and arms and legs and and we have a sex to us know that individual creation of my body is a very beautiful creation God has made the the marvel of a human body you know when I go to doctors and see especially if a person becomes ill the functioning of a healthy organ and a body is such a magnificent the eye the complexity of what an ear is or what a face is so what a brain is this is a magnificent each one of us who are human have been given this body creation and we have be given a spirit which is that part of us we are a body soul composite so that when we do die it's not only that the soul goes on to live because that's the part of us that will live eternally that's the part of us that's immortal but so is our body going to be so when the body and we believe that it's going to be raised from the dead we believe in the resurrection of the body so that it will participate in the glory of God in heaven forever or in the damnation in the fires of hell or whatever there is for eternal damnation and torture so we do know that we have any we are not made to die we are made to live eternally and because of Jesus who gives us a new life we are called now to live eternally in heaven he has given us the opportunity of salvation when he died on the cross Jesus saved everyone from the time of the cross back to Adam and Eve but they were not able to enter into glory because of Adam and Eve sin so he by his death on the cross brought salvation to every human being from Adam and Eve down to the year 33 and from the third year 33 to the end of time so that the cross is the salvation of all of mankind the desire of God was to save all of the human family each member of that family has a guardian now I'd love to go over that prayer angel of God my guardian dear to whom God's love commits me here so that God has sent an angel to be with me to watch over me to guard and to assist me to enlighten me to inspire me to guide me so this and we usually like to use the word guard because I think each of us is dealing with a lot of hostility in the world in which we live so there's a protective nature to this friend of ours and be careful watch for yourself and these inspirations that we receive daily and how many times you know driving along there's like an inspiration of why don't you take this street instead of that or that some different you slow down here this is like our guardian protecting us and I I often think how important it is to develop that relationship with our guardian angel to become more familiar I developed a very strong relationship with my guardian angel I think I had it as a child I kind of lost it and then it came back to me very early in my priesthood and I remember meeting a long tradition with Carmelite nuns who said to me why don't you ask your guardian angel its name because your guardian angel has a name it's a particular spirit and if you ask your guardian angel what your name is you would be able to become more familiar because you could call him by name and you could become more dependent on him and ask him and and then develop a closer relationship with him because every guardian angel has a nature it's an angelic nature it is hugely powerful and not incidentally every guardian angel is not the lowest rank of angel you could have a guardian angel from the archangel class you can have an archang you can have an angel that's your guardian from the seraphim or cherubim or Thrones I'll talk about those choirs of angels because they have enormous power each one in gradation and they they come according to the power that was given to them in their nature which is vastly different from each other they are all invisible creatures but they are all creatures made by God who have this nature and it's a particular nature I'm starting off with guardian angels because they're the ones I think that we're most familiar with we'll return to building the kingdom of love with Monsignor John Essip in just a moment did you know that discerning hearts has a free app where you can find all your favorite discerning hearts programming father Timothy Gallagher dr.
A highlight from Ghizlaine Taft's God Story
"Welcome to Evangelism on Fire podcast. My name is Mark Thomas, an ordained pastor, a teacher of the bestselling Book of All Time, your host, and most importantly, your evangelism coach. In each week, I bring you an on fire message to empower and coach you to live the most exciting life God has created you to live by actively sharing your faith in Jesus with others. I'm so thankful for our time together today. It's such an honor spending time with you, Evangelism on Fire nation. This podcast will truly inspire you, and I believe that it will inspire so many people that you know. And if you're inspired and feeling moved to share this, then please message some friends. Post this on social media and let people know about this episode so we can get this message out there more. I appreciate you and everyone listening right now. 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In last week's episode 150 and in today's episode, we are going to the evangelism on fire podcast archives and I am putting in your ear the top two rated God stories from all of the God stories in our podcast archives. Today, I want you to listen to this amazing God story of Gigi. She grew up as a practicing Muslim who now follows Jesus with a fierce love and passion as a Christ follower. This is one of your favorite all time God stories on evangelism on fire podcast. So I want you to sit back, listen to this amazing, amazing God story and enjoy evangelism on fire nation. I have a special guest with us today. Her name is Gigi and I'm so excited to have her on our podcast today. She has an amazing testimony of what Jesus has done in her life. So Gigi, say hello to evangelism on fire nation and tell us a little bit about yourself so we can get to know you. All right. Good morning evangelism on fire. I pray that my message blesses you today. Yes. Yes. Amen. Yes. So let me tell you a little bit about myself. My name is Ghislaine Labar Taft, but I'm known as Gigi as my close friends call me. I was born and raised in Morocco in North Africa. I am actually the product of a French Catholic mother and a Muslim Moroccan father. How crazy is that? Yeah. Yeah. That's crazy. That is right. They met in med school. They wed and they had two boys and a girl. That would be me. And since I am the youngest, I had to toughen up at a very, very young age. So when I was three years old, my mom had had enough of not being fully accepted by my paternal family. She didn't want to convert to Islam. And my father, who was very cool and very opened while he lived in France, became very Muslimish, so to speak, when he went back home. And that's part of the culture actually. So while on vacation, she met an American and just up and left us. My dad, who was a prominent doctor, found us a nanny who loved us unconditionally. And Pastor Mark, I truly believe that that's where my unconditional love for others come from. She really felt that in me, you know, those back. Right. That's amazing. To this day, it actually touches me to the core that someone would be willing to leave her just family to care for us. It actually brings tears to my eyes, truly, you know, so that's sacrificed right there, you know. And the reason she did that is at first she would come and take care of us during the day, but I would cry and wouldn't sleep all night because I missed her so much. So she gave it all up and came to live with us. Wow. That is so amazing. And you're right, Gigi. I mean, what a great expression of unconditional love. Absolutely. Absolutely. And so when I was six years old, my father died in a plane crash. There were 60 doctors on board. One survived to tell the tale. Very sad story. My dad's younger brother, my uncle, and his wife took us in. They had three kids. We were three. And you would think we were the Brady Bunch, except we were not a happy family, unfortunately. So my uncle, and like my father, was a practicing Muslim and taught us to pray five times a day, which is how we pray, how Islam teaches you to pray, basically. It would yank us out of bed to ensure that we had prayed. So literally we would be asleep at night and he'd yank us out to make sure that we had prayed. Not having the time to pray meant that you would pile up your prayers. Islam requires the faithful to pray five times per day and allows you to make up those prayers if you are busy or if you forget, basically. Allah is the authority and he's not to be questioned. Actually, nothing is to be questioned, period. So I grew up really fearing and hating this punishing God who sat up in heaven and seemed to enjoy tormenting me, at least that's how I felt, right? Nothing was going right at that time. When I was 16, I found my mom through the embassy, the French embassy, and I ran away. I literally went to school one day and ran away. My mom lived in New York. She sent me a plane ticket and I came to the US with not even my toothbrush, I tell people. My brother, $20. And that's what I had in my pocket. So you not even a toothbrush and you had $20. That's all the money that you had with you. That's all I had with me. And I crossed the ocean and came to this country with absolutely nothing, an empty heart, broken empty heart. I had left my brother and that's what happened. So it took a few months because we had to wait for the visa. My mom had gotten me a visa and I left Morocco. I never returned until 2013 when my brother, who's biologically my cousin, but as I had said before, we were three and they were three. So we call each other siblings, brothers and sisters. When he got married, he insisted for me to go back. And that was my first time back, 80s. So of course being the way I was, I looked for love in the wrong places. And I met a young man and we had a very bitter divorce and I moved to Florida. I was an empty shell and I studied religion, trying to find gods all over the place. I thought, well, if it's not in a guide, there has to be a God somewhere. And I landed on an ashram studying Buddhism. And I felt like that Buddha's teachings were calm, loving, and that was something that I could follow. Meanwhile, I earned my degree in teaching in education, but couldn't find a job. So I had to move to Charlottesville, Virginia to teach French and Spanish at a local high school. So that's pretty much what happened, like how I grew up, so to speak. That's an amazing, unique story of your life. It really is very different. So let me ask you this, Gigi, like when you came to this country, to our country with only, again, you said no toothbrush, only $20 in your pocket. What empowered you to have the courage to make that move with only $20 in your pocket? My brother wanted me to leave. He knew, my older brother knew that my family was trying to marry me. So in Islam, they marry people at a young age, really, or something. And people were starting to look at me and ask my uncle for my hand in marriage. And he was considering it. And at the time I was 16 and my brother wanted me to study and be educated and do something with my life. So he's the one who pushed me, really. Yeah, that is so awesome. So how did you discover Jesus as your savior, as a once practicing Muslim? Well, one day my friend Bob and his wife invited me to Efford Baptist Church, which is a church here in Savannah County, for their daughter's baptism. I really didn't want to go because I didn't believe in Christianity. You have to understand, for Muslims, the Trinity is not only foreign, but it's absolutely horrible. How can you be God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit, right? It's just not heard of. So I really wasn't interested in religion and Christianity, but remember, I had a big heart and love that was instilled in me. So I went with a gift, because I love to give gifts, and I really did not go for any religious reasons. After all, what kind of a God would allow a three -year -old to be abandoned by her mother? Or what kind of a God would allow a six -year -old to lose her father to be raised by an authoritarian uncle? emotionally, My uncle physically, and sexually abused me, and that was hard for me. Yeah, so of course you're thinking, if there is a God, what kind of God will allow that pain and suffering into my life? Right, absolutely. And so at the end of the service, the pastor made an altar call, which I ignored completely. Actually I was thinking, I need to buy food, I need to do this, I need to do that. And he then asked everyone to stand and sing, give thanks with a grateful heart. And honestly, I don't even remember what happened. All I know is that the flood of tears emanated from my eyes. I couldn't even stand, and I crawled to the altar. Oh, wow. You literally, you crawled to the altar? I could not walk, Pastor Mark, and that is the God's honest truth. I couldn't even carry myself. I crawled there, and while I was crawling, I felt all the guilt from years of sin, all the shame, all the hurt, all the anger leave my body. Wow. I just felt instantly renewed, like a renewed body. And it was all replaced with love, with hope, with gentleness, with kindness, with goodness. Really the fruits of the spirits just oozed out of my body. The love of God, that love and peace that really encompasses all understanding. And literally, I met Jesus, my Lord and Savior, at the altar that day. Wow. And you literally, you weren't going to let anything stop you, Gigi. You literally crawled to the altar to accept Jesus as your Savior. I really did. I really did. Physically, I couldn't even do it. I just crawled. That's the bottom line. Wow. That is what I'm talking about. Wow. So you weren't ashamed of the gospel. You knew that Jesus was calling you and you crawled to the altar to receive him. And on your way there, he is totally cleansing you. And you're being reborn with each inch that you crawl to the altar. Wow. I just absolutely love that. You know what? You got me fired up. Just tell me that story of you accepted Jesus as your Savior. Wow. It's amazing. I still sometimes have to pinch myself just to be like, wow, I can't believe this happened to me. Yes, I was saved. I didn't feel the big, you know, anything. It was big. Right. It was big. Oh, wow. Wow. So if there's anyone listening to our podcast right now and they're thinking about coming to Jesus and, you know, accepting him as your Savior, but something that's holding them back. I want you as someone who literally physically crawled to the altar to receive Jesus. What would you tell that person right now? I would just say, just go. What have you got to lose? Honestly. Yeah. What can you lose? Just run. Don't even think about it. Who cares what others think? You know, the whole time I was there, I was like, oh, my gosh, what if somebody sees me? What if somebody recognizes me and my sins? And I just run, crawl, do what you have to do. Yeah, that is so good. Gigi said run, crawl, do what you have to do. Just don't hesitate and wait to accept Jesus as your savior. If he is calling you right now, don't wait. Just crawl to him. Run to him. So Gigi, how long have you been a Christian? I've been a Christian since 2003 when I received baptism. Wow. Since 2003. So what was your life like before you made a decision to follow Jesus? So honestly, as a Muslim, I was very bitter. I didn't understand Allah. And since nothing was to be questioned, we just went through the motions and we followed the teachings. I was empty, though. I was a high school teacher, so I was a contributor. I was really contributing to society. But I felt numb on the inside. I loved on children, but I had no love for myself. I chose abusive men to fulfill a void and I would then leave them or they would leave me. And that gave me like a feeling of justifying my victimhood. I was just a victim basically in this world. It was a dark period in my life, to be honest. Yeah. But living without having a relationship with Jesus Christ is really rocky. It's a costly life. I mean, the Bible is clear. It says the wages of sin is death. And I was dying on the inside. Yeah. Yeah. And many times that spiritual death will lead to an actual physical death. Exactly. Exactly. And maybe not for me, because I was teaching, I was coming home, but I was dying on the inside. And so, of course, you have anxiety takes over, depression takes over. So, yes, eventually, you know, suicidal thoughts were my middle name at one point. Oh, wow. That is darkness. Hey, Gigi, if there's a Muslim practicing Muslim listening or anyone who is outside of the faith of Christianity and they've been searching or they're considering searching for Jesus as their savior, especially to a practice of Muslim, you know, what would you what would you say to encourage them? I would say read the Bible. It's very factual. The history doesn't you cannot you cannot refute history, right? It's written. And I would say so study it for sure. But but have an open heart and just just come and visit a church, just meet the people. There's no questions that will not be answered. There's no doubt that will not be answered. People will put their arms around you and not judge you. I remember saying to Pastor John, who was the pastor of the time, an effort Baptist, I remember saying, but I don't understand the Trinity. And he would say to me, he would put his arms around me and say, keep coming back. Yeah, I would say keep coming back. That is so good. That is so good. Now, I know evangelism on fire nation. You're probably wondering what I'm wondering, you know, about Gigi. So, Gigi, how did your life change after you became a Christian? So after I became a Christian, I felt really free from the inside out. I felt free from oppression. You know, we're in a time where people talk about oppression. I felt free from oppression, which I had created in my own mind. And I will venture to say anyone who feels oppressed is because they have created that in their own mind. I had been a victim as a child, but now I'm a victor. I'm victorious over everything. Yes. My self -esteem is stronger. And I did that really by speaking positively as well. The Bible says we are snared by the words of our mouth. And I choose to speak life every day around me, around the people that are with me so that I can continue to be a positive person. I don't feel broken anymore. I don't feel ugly. I don't want to commit suicide anymore. I don't pursue every broken man to try to fix their life. That was my thing, right? Let me find the most broken person so I can fix them. Yeah. So I actually stopped dating. So I had decided to stop dating for a while so I could date myself and get to know myself. Yeah. Say that one more time. That's so good. I want everyone to hear that again. For sure. I stopped dating, going from one man to another, and I started dating myself. I had a relationship with myself. I started loving on myself, taking care of myself. And I prayed to God. I wrote down actually what I wanted in a man. And a year later, I met my husband, Mike. And we have been married for 21 years now. We have an awesome kid together, which is a whole story with our son, actually. And I wish I could say that everything was easy and smooth since I've been a Christian, but that would be lying. Right. It's not that smooth. A lot of people think, well, I'm going to become a Christian and everything will be perfect. And that's not so. We had, for example, we had to, we tried to have a child for three years and nothing happened. And at the time, like I said, I was a teacher at a local high school and I would see these 16, 17 year old get pregnant. And I would say, God, I'm serving you. I'm here 100 % for you. Why am I not getting pregnant? Right. We depleted a bank account with in vitro fertilization. And I was praying one day and I heard God loudly and clearly say, be still and know that I am God. And then he said, but they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength. They shall mount up with wings as eagles. They shall run and not be weary. And right then, right there. And then I went into all the fertility drugs and I flushed them in the toilet bowl. And I said, we're stopping this. God knows my heart and knows I want to be a mother. And that's what's going to be. Wow. So you totally trusted in the Lord with all your heart that he, not the fertility drugs, not anything else, that he was the one that's going to provide you with a child that you have a heart desire for. Yes, amen. Exactly. That's what I did. And I remember the devil one day saying to me, see, you're not pregnant. Like every month would pass. And you say, see, look at the God you serve. You're not pregnant. And I would literally open the front door. I could still see myself doing that. I would open the front door. I would put the Bible on the floor. I would stand on it and I'd say, devil, flee out of my house. I am standing emotionally, spiritually, and physically on the word. Amen. That's praise God. That is so powerful. So powerful. Two years later, two years later, I remember I even went and bought a pair of little shoes, like baby shoes, and I would put them in the living room because that was one thing with my husband. I'd always have to pick up his shoes. And that was very annoying to me. Right. So, so I bought little baby shoes and I would put them in the living room and pick them up and put them back. And it might sound crazy to some, but you have to visualize what you want in life. You have to speak it. You, if you want it to manifest, you have to manifest it by faith first, really. Yeah, absolutely. Absolutely. That is so true. And I want to encourage everyone listening, Evangelism on Fire Nation, whatever dreams God has put in your heart right now, I want you to visualize those dreams like Gigi did with having the expectation of her child and speak those things which be not as though that they're going to be and trusting God for him to bring it to pass and for him to manifest your dreams. So that is so good, Gigi. Hey, what now? This is the question of the day. OK, what what's one thing about your testimony that you've never shared with anyone? OK, so I have I've never shared with anyone that I have had two visions of Jesus, and that was while I was a Muslim and Jesus was rescuing me. One, when I was nine years old, I tried to commit suicide and I was we had we had a house that was very, very high and I was upstairs and I thought I should throw myself from the second floor building. And and he appeared to me and told me that he loved me and that scared me so much that I just rebuked him right away. Like I was like, no, I literally said no, because there could not be a Christian God in a Muslim family. So that I mean, if my family had heard of that, they would have destroyed me. I don't even I can't even imagine what could have happened to me, honestly. So so I just rebuked that and let it go. And the second one was after I had graduated from from college and all, I was in my bed and I was just crying because I felt like there was nothing for me to do. No one loved me. I didn't care. I was a victim. Nobody cared. And I wanted to kill myself. And I closed my eyes and I pictured myself throwing myself in the abyss. And I felt this hand, this huge hand pick me up and put me back on this mountain. And it happened like three times that same day, that same moment. And when I looked up, there was a bright light around me. The room was all bright and actually my eyes were open. So it's a it's a true vision, like not a dream or anything. And and Jesus was telling me that everything was going to be fine. Wow, that's absolutely amazing. Hey, I want to thank you so much for, you know, sharing those two really their personal touches from God. And I just I considered an honor and a privilege that you're sharing that part of your testimony that you've never shared with anyone before. Gigi, thank you so much for having the courage to do that. Thank you for having me, Pastor. Absolutely. Now, if someone's listening to this podcast right now and they haven't committed to following Jesus, what's the number one thing you want to share with them? If someone is listening today and I hope they are, I urge you to give your life to Jesus Christ. Jesus died on the cross to show me and you have to love that unconditional love, really. You know, it's one thing to love, but it's another thing to have that unconditional love. He offers us forgiveness of our sins. He washes them all away as we confess with our mouth that he is Lord. He took someone like me. Sometimes I think God has a funny sense of humor. He took someone like me, a piece of coal, and turned it into a diamond.
Jennifer Hallal Tells Us About Her First Book, "The Spice of Life"
"Me a little bit about the first book It is the first, Spice of Life That is my first book It is based on stories I heard as a child My mum was the first child to survive out of seven children that my grandmother had. She had two boys before my mum but they passed away at an early age But although my mother was a sickly child, what happened was when you had a sickly child, people would come and they would say well you had to pay for a doctor, so people used to grow herbs and stuff in their garden and say well try this try that, this one might work, that might work Obviously my mum survived because she's here today But because she was the oldest child and my grandmother was pregnant with other children, she had to do most of the housework and cooking and cleaning at an early age My grandfather, obviously he had to work so by the time she was five she was standing on a chair cooking and cleaning, cooking and washing up and all sorts of things, but then in those times that was a woman's role anyway, so she was just being trained to be a mother and a wife when she grew up Although she had also had brothers and sisters to look after because her mum's pregnancy wasn't really she wasn't well when she was pregnant, she was always sick in bed for nine months Wow, that's been hard Yeah, so and then obviously my grandfather had to work the land so yeah, but then she went to school but then she had to leave school when she was fifteen because her parents wanted, my grandparents wanted her to look after the young ones Yeah, aw That didn't actually work out, now this isn't actually in the book It didn't work out because a wealthy teacher came to see my grandfather and my mum was sixteen and he wanted to marry my mum
"two boys" Discussed on The Slowdown
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"two boys" Discussed on The Slowdown
"Choreographed. Handsome, I was a little surprised that the old archetypes, the brain, the jock, the prep, seemed to have dissolved into a single persona. But maybe I have just lost the ability to distinguish types of young men because I'm not one anymore. This isn't about me being jaded exactly or aging into grumpiness or anything like that. It's about having too much contact. Or so much contact that I simply place this boy band into my existing framework. I've lived through and sink and take that and boys demand and Backstreet Boys and 98° and new addition. And I remember so clearly my first boy band. I was 12 years old. The new kids on the blocks video for you got it, the right stuff came on MTV. I was transfixed. I even learned the dance. Which turns out is not actually cool to perform at your cousin's bar mitzvah when the DJ plays the song or at least not the way I did the dance. But at that time I had no contacts. So I just kept trying things out. You got it, the right stuff was the first piece in a puzzle that I joyfully spent decades putting together. And context is the difference between having the first puzzle piece in your hand. And placing a final piece into an almost finished picture. something wonderful about having no contacts. About the first time you encounter an idea in art or life, that shock of recognition and that glimpse of a new world. That there's also something wonderful about being able to see how that idea fits into a bigger picture. Today's poem offers us those puzzle pieces one by one, but as a negative. In refusing the things the speaker no longer wants. Fragments of a life come into focus. And we discover a gorgeous portrait of the artist and the poet. And the mystery of negation that makes each piece present.
"two boys" Discussed on The Slowdown
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Georgia Has Never Been Poor in Culture and Spirit
"Home brothers, you got a lot of the stuff back here, but you also get into the old southern raw genre, not necessarily, but Leonard Skynyrd, you get, you know, the Marshall Tucker band. You get Lana rhythm section. I still have memories of Atlanta rhythm section, you know, in the late said, you know, doing champagne jam. I mean champagne jam, yeah. Oh my God, filling up ticks, you know, Georgia Tech stadium back when we're doing those kind of things. And that's just, I think, John, from my perspective, it comes from a culture of sane. And people don't realize this in South Jordan but in north tour as well, that Georgia rural, you know, for many, many years. Atlanta is, of course, blossom, but it is still that people we came from a society that was, we were poor in resources, but not poor in culture and spirit. Exactly. Exactly. And so what we had was is you would have families or people in communities get together and on Friday and Saturday night they would have what we call hooting nannies or they would have people over and everybody would be cooking barbecue and they'd be playing guitar singing or they singing in the church and this is how that culture just developed. It is. I had there are two boys in my paternity, the holder brothers, Gable and wit holder. And they could pick guitars and sing and harmony. It was a true, it was a true southern tradition that they learned from their parents, going to church and all that stuff. And it was so amazing to hear. I remember they did a version of 7 bridges road by the eagles. And I was just left speechless by their ability to play the song and to harmonize at the same time. You know, I have Travis trit on that list too. And he is a hometown favorite because my son's gonna get in the background here. He's interested in the music conversation. But Travis Tritt, a growing up in Marietta, Georgia, post oak tree, you hear stories about Travis's grandfather being a bus driver in that area and I used to get my hair cut at a place called bob's barbershop off the sandy plains road and highway 5 and I never saw him there, but the rumor was that Travis used to go there to get that mullet trimmed up and looking good.
Understanding the Severity of the Turkey Earthquake
"This may be according to the Wall Street Journal this morning. Actually, it's The Washington Post. The worst natural disaster in consequences of our lifetime. Because of how it occurred occurred 11 miles below the surface, everything is made of brick, it's got no rebar in it. It all fell down. There are people trapped tens of thousands of people trapped. No way to get serious just to write off. I mean, you can get food maybe over to the turkey border, but you're not going to get the good guys to take the food into Syria, absent armed convoys in turkey. Story in The Wall Street Journal, as the sun went down Tuesday over gurney street, and this is from beland tech turkey, dozens of people, their hands and arms, limbed with ghostly gray dash silently come the wreckage flattened apartment blocks. His male parliament and his wife dug through the rubble looking to find mister carlock's mother in tune they said somewhere under 6 stories of collapse concrete and contorted metal. Next door, Fatima Kumar, hunting the remains of her home for belongings of her two sons. Our earlier, she had found the two boys 11 year old Ahmet in 17 year old Abdullah, dad, cradling one another in the wreckage. The brothers grabbed each other as the welding came down. Numb with shock and grief, the residents of Berlin and other cities towns and villages across southern turkey were contending with freezing temperatures, power outages, and they thought to find the missing and keep themselves alive in the aftermath of two powerful earthquakes that struck Monday. As I said, more than 10,000 people are dead, hundreds of thousands are displaced, tens of thousands are missing. They don't have any help for them, but they do have hope because every few minutes in the search area, it feel like they're now in turkey. They call for a halt to all movements so they can hear Tapping, et cetera the cell phone batteries are dying out. So it's really not a great situation. California knows how to do with earthquakes and we keep our electricity on and the California exploration team has been has landed in turkey now. The Israeli team is there. They've already rescued four people. There are a number of different specialized groups around the world. They're two in the United States. I think one is in New York City and the other one is in LA, but a half dozen train dogs to stiff only for live people they look for cadavers later, different group of people. They know how to move the concrete, but what they can't bring with them is enough food, water, blankets, and essentials, hygiene, personal stuff.
"two boys" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Book, I wanted to discuss certain issues that that we don't like to discuss. And we feel ashamed or shame to discuss, you know, And I think we really need to put them on the table and we need to discuss them. Okay. Stop. Pick one and start with them. Yes. Go ahead. Okay, I'll pick WADA. There's many each after has an issue and what I've done is I've interviewed different different women around the Arab world. And they're all anonymous. Obviously they were. They were not happy to give names, but they're anonymous. So what 11 subject that actually shocked me when I was interviewing woman was I actually don't know this and most of the people probably here didn't notice that mother and Arabic mother in most of the Arab world, has no right to grant citizenship to her Children when she gives birth to them, So it's only the father who can So see in Arabic woman is married to a foreign man. She has a child. She can't grant that child to this championship. Only the father can. So in one of my stories. I had a woman who was divorced. And her husband left her. She had two boys and her boys are because he did the grant of citizenship. He the boys have no no passports. They have no, I d cards. They have no bank accounts. I can't go to school. They can't go to any hospital. So, basically she was in a harpist states. So this shocked me that this was actually happening here. And then when I investigated, I found out that most of the Arab world has decided not to agree to the sit down. That was agreed upon with the rest of the world all agreed upon it, but accept the.
Podcast Mics: A Look at the Shure SM58 and Shure SM7B
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Caller Says His Hope Comes From His Wife Running for Local Office
"To Mark Mark Phillips calling from Manassas City. Virginia. Mark Alright, Mark White. It is running for the city of monastic Treasuries position. And she is willing to give up her career to make whatever small teams we can in the small city that we live in. Because, as you know, Northern Virginia is just getting bluer by the day, so What gives me hope is my wife and my two boys, ages four and two. That you know, we're I don't know what tomorrow is going to bring in the schools and the CRT and everything is being shoved down our throats to feel like they're just using our kids against us, but from my wife wanted to make Such a drastic change. It really gives me hope that that is phenomenal. Would be better today. Mark that's incredible. And by the way, this is what our founders money. You know, I'm I say it all the time. What happens in your house is more important than what happens in the White House. We have to stop buying in to the mainstream media. The corporate propagandist in the media who continue we get stuck in this trap and continue telling us that The nation Lizard dies by who sits in the White House every four years? Well, we've been focusing so much on who wins every presidential election every four years. We've ignored our school boards. We've ignored our city, Treasurer County treasurer. Our our Our state's attorneys are district attorneys.
Annemie Tonken: How to Build a Recurring Photography Income With Portrait Memberships
"Back in two thousand seventeen my business. I had been in business for about seven and a half years. Things were chugging along very well. I started in twenty ten when it seemed like. I'm a family photographer. And at that. Point the general message out there was if you're interested in making real sustainable money as a portrait photographer. You need to be doing in person sales so i learned how to do in person sales. And that's what. I did for seven and a half years and that worked really well but in two thousand seventeen my marriage was falling apart and my ex husband and i separated and all of a sudden what had felt like a pretty lucrative business all of a sudden i realized that wasn't going to be enough and it wasn't because my average per client income wasn't good with in-person sales and i know i hate throwing numbers out there because i feel like everybody's business different everybody's needs or different all that sort of stuff but i had over a two thousand dollar per client average which in my area is on the high end of good so it felt like. Oh i've got this really successful business. But when i sat down and ran the numbers that i needed for you know paying the full mortgage on my own. I have two boys who are now. Fifteen and eleven. Who eat as much as everybody tells you. They're going to eat and trying to save for being able to retire at some point and all of those different things. now that that was all on my plate squarely. I didn't have enough hours in the week to be doing my work the way that i was doing it. So you know these in-person sale sessions. It's not just the session. It's so much like ahead of time and afterward an so much extra like one on one time with the client and you can't skill added all so if i had had enough time in my calendar to add thirty more clients year it would have been fine but i didn't and so i was trying to figure out what i was going to do. And that was how i developed this system which is basically taking the sales psychology and some of the tenants that make in-person sales so lucrative and so effective and kind of reverse engineering them to make them work in an automated online fashion.
Prince Rupert and His Poodle
"Talk a little bit about how how boy gets on the scene so like we said because of his high social status rupert is being treated better than your garden variety prisoner. And there's a guy an englishman named the earl of arundel who is an old old friend of the family and he says you know what's going to help rupert out here. He might feel a little less less down on himself if he has some company. So i'm going to send him a copy. This was a different time. I hope everybody knows today. That if you send if you give someone a dog as a gift in less you know explicitly. What kind of dog they want. And they've set it then. You're not giving them a gift. You're giving them a responsibility but this this was a different circumstance and The reason i said this guy and then changed it to this. Dog is because even though they named the dog boy she was female and like nole said she is. She was down to ride. She was ride or die for rupert. That was her human. And you can see these accounts of rupert and boy going on hunts together. it's very pixar. You know what i mean. It's very like i act of disney pixar film. So they know that like you would set earlier. They know that this was definitely a working dog hunting dog because their stories about the dog helping them. You know hunt deer of whatnot but this is important because it carries on two boys behavior in war right like that. Those same sets of skills are helping helping. Boy i wanna say but also have to ask do you think. Like how active do you think boy really was is as we'll see. This is kind of a tough question to answer. I don't know. I mean it's like it would take some really specific training to train a poodle To more than retrieve ducks like attack. Go for the throat. But there are all. These would cuts of Prince rupert and boy where he was so he's brand right. Was like so tied to this dog that you knew just from like they're kind of proximity in these images Who we were dealing with.
"two boys" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Victims two boys and a girl were found in the bedroom at this home Affairs Avenue near Sixth Street in East L. A just before one p.m. Monday. Sheriff's deputies responded to a rescue call for two small Children, but when they arrived, they found three none of them breathing. Paramedics tried to revive them, but couldn't all three kids were pronounced dead at the scene. None of them appeared to have suffered physical trauma. The Children's 28 year old mother was detained and questions and is considered to be a person of interest. Sheriff's officials say there were other people at the home are now being interviewed as potential witnesses and investigators are not ruling out. The Children's death is accidental. President Biden heads to whisk Johnson today to talk up his infrastructure plan that the infrastructure deal would create good jobs and dramatically strengthen our economy. It's $1.2 trillion to fix roads and bridges, upgrade the power grid and railroads, improve public transit and drinking water. We'll also talk about investing in electric vehicles and expanding high speed Internet to everyone. It's a sweeping measure that looks to spend $1.2 trillion on the nation's infrastructure over eight years, Biden has been looking to shore up bipartisan agreement on the package and convince Americans at the level of spending will actually bring about economic benefits. Republican Texas Congressman Dan Crenshaw wants a woman thrown off the Olympic track and field team for turning your back when the national anthem was played. The bare minimum requirement is that you is that you believe in the country representing, he told Fox News that we have enough activist athletes. Olympic camera thrower Gwen Barry has been outspoken about racial injustice in the US, she says the anthem doesn't speak for her. She has qualified for the Tokyo Olympics. The N C. Double A will decide tomorrow on whether to let college athletes make endorsement deals. The division One council recommended that yesterday for the first time and now the board of directors meets next. If approved, it would go into effect Thursday. That's also the day Eight states are allowing students to make money from their names, images or likeness. Officials in divisions two and three will vote on similar plans this week. W Away I news time is 7 37 traffic and weather together in a minute, but first to check of.
Digital Teleconverters Are Better than You Might Think
"Today. I'm going to talk about the joy of digital tele converters honest. I'm serious. This is not a joke. I'm really going to talk about how cool these things are now. I'm going to start with a story from fathers day which just happened I'm recording this on monday. So this was yesterday and my two boys live down in the santa clara area. And i'm in santa rosa. So san francisco is sort of like halfway in between so they set up the sing where we would meet Down in san francisco Around the presidio area which is just this lovely beautiful area part of san francisco and so we'd meet down there and they arranged for some takeout and we're going to eat out on this great green expanse at the presidio. Were just beautiful. People go there and they just hang out and picnic and families come and then after we had our picnic and so forth They had a walk planned and we kind of walk along crissy field in some nice views of the golden gate bridge and the city itself. So i knew that You know where we're gonna be someone to make sure. I had a camera with me. But i also knew that i wanted to travel light. This wasn't a day for me to you. Know have a bunch of photos care. And be. Like one of those dads. This was a day for me to enjoy and spend time with my boy. So i wanted to travel light well. I'm sure that's a huge shock to you right. Of course. I wanted to travel i. I almost always wanted to travel light. Regardless so i packed in my pocket. I had the iphone twelve pro. Max and i thought that would be particularly useful for the ultrawide if i needed it in a does have that. You know that to axe telephoto there. But i was more in the mood to shoot with fuji film. The x one hundred v is this that kind of day. I don't know i just. It just felt good to hold it in the hand and everything so my iphone stayed in my pocket all day. I never. I never used it once but i did pull out the x one hundred eighty. So we're taking our walk. And i i see some shots when we when we get near the water Played around with some shots with the golden gate bridge in the background in some really cool things in the foreground. That was fun in the thirty five millimeter. Equivalent lands of the excellent hundred v Was fantastic for that. It really was. It was great so that was all going really well. But then we kind of reversed direction. We went back the other way and the view that right away caught. My eye was the san francisco skyline with a kind of a semi low hanging clouds bank. So he had a little bit of blue right behind the buildings. Some fog above it a love that kind of sandwich. Look it's it's really gorgeous and in the foreground right in front of the city was the dome from the palace of fine arts. Going man has really nice. And then i had some good stuff to work within the foreground in front of that even so i'm going. That is a shot. i wanna do. I know a little bit of a postcard. Shaba does kind of an unusual angle and the lighting was really good. And i just wanted. The shooter is wanted to shoot him.
An Update on The Trial of Brice Rhodes
"We have three individuals in custody three being charged with murder and the police are hoping that one of them will turn on the others and talk now under question captain. Bryce roads denied any knowledge of what had happened to larry maurice. He did tell cops after talking to them for several hours quote. I need a lawyer man. If you're going to keep all in my face now taylor. The other individual in custody also initially refused to talk and tell detectives what he knew so police are going to turn to this antoine carter the youngest of the three and he decides to help out do the right thing and he tells police. Exactly what happened to maurice. And larry ann wan said that on the night of may twenty-first leading into the twenty second he and bryce roads and the two brothers and jacoby taylor were all hanging out at prices. Rhodes place now remember captain. I said that it was important that bryce roads mom said she was out of town when whatever went down went down ray price as successful and famous rapper guy that he claims to be in. The neighborhood lives at home with mommy. Of course that's because he's spending too much money at the job every stomachs right. So taylor in maurice get into a fight at prices place this is. What's being told to police that. Marie pulled out a knife. Bryce roads hit murray's and took the knife away then an also maintained that larry and maurice had stolen some money from bryce roads. This all these actions leading up to their murder. Now i want to be perfectly clear here captain because it's not clear to me. How much of this is true right. There was an altercation that these two boys stole from bryce roads while since chance at none of that's true but also makes it seem like they pulled a knife and then bryce took the knife away therefore it being some kind of act of self-defence right right because the rest of what an would tell. The police is basically what you mentioned on yesterday. Show that bryce roads afraid that he's going to be implicated for murder by these two young box the he decides the best way to get them not to talk to shut them up permanently and kill
"two boys" Discussed on Gloss Angeles
"It was you and patrick right. It was like the duo and everyone was like. Oh my god these men like they have facial hair and they're wearing makeup. I mean looking back. It's just so like what were we thinking thinking. That was so like crazy right now. Totally totally because it's just such a normal thing now. Nobody even bats an eyelash as one of the first boys in beauty. I'm sure that you've had so many incredible amazing breakthrough experiences you know. Helping people find their identity and things like that. but i'm sure there were thousands of hurdles. You also had to clear as well jury member a few things at the beginning that you're like damn. When are we going to progress. Like why is this still a thing. I think that for me it with my personal struggles dealt with a lot. I think that for me. It was like my family didn't know what i was doing behind the scenes. I was like kind of living like head. Montana live and i was like doing by night in working at jc penney by day but technically i work at subordinates. Idc penny by that was hard. Like i feel like when you don't have like a system that's backing you constantly out but just kept it a secret you know i was like just doing all my own into found the internet and i found like patrick being close friend of mine in you know sorry to get is like camaraderie with people that was coming on. This could be like my tribe to like people that i truly care for and only bat. Was it like hard in that situation but was hard fact like brands like wouldn't take us seriously. They were like oh boy. just a fad. It's going to go away like no one's like don't want to wear makeup. No boys going to sell makeup. Essentially right 'cause like house of organise. I'll make to grow make sense so you know in the beginning a lot of like my manager because you me and patrick together like for the price of one girl you get two boys like. It was very that helios hard. It was very hard. It was hard to get brand recognition. And it wasn't like for years took a while for likely is out. it is by in. The beginning was really really difficult and mean utter struggled a lot. Sarah i don't know if this was the same for you at bustle but i remember one time pop. Sugar a really wanted. Either you or patrick to come on and do a makeup tutorial because we were plotting you know planning our video content and i remember somebody in the room. Why would our demographic of women eighteen to thirty five. One watchman apply makeup when they don't look like themselves and i remember thinking. This is such archaic thinking. It's makeup if it looks good on manny. I'm more than willing to try it on me. It's the art of it right so i think we have come light years from that mentality although i do think there's so much when it comes to men and make up..
"two boys" Discussed on wellRED podcast
"How do their y'all before we started recording main two boys were talking about Zoom having to announce that you were recording or it being a law that you have to announce that you are recording on a platform And how technology changes are laws and whatnot So i thought i would add this in here for context. Because if you didn't know that i think you'd eventually get it But we just kind of jump right into it right here. So that's what we're talking about is laws evolving and technology and privacy and all that good stuff so enjoy. The podcast is this. Isn't it weird. How like when it comes to things like this like with technology we know it. Technology is growing at such an rate that we are constantly having to adapt laws and legislations and rules. And things like that because of that and everyone pretty well understands like yeah..
Advocacy Groups File Lawsuit Challenging Arkansas' Near-Total Abortion Ban
"Groups this week filed a lawsuit challenging and near total ban on abortions in Arkansas. The pro choice activists say that state lawmakers across the United States of trying to restrict abortion to pace not seen in decades, according to a report by Planned Parenthood and the Good maker Institute. More than 500. Restrictions have been introduced so far in 2021 significantly more than a comparative period in any other year since the 19 seventies, when abortion was legalized in the country. Hello. This mean for the decades long fight over abortion rights in America that this guy Gil DL report to my higher Wait, Wait, wait. It's Friday night, and Julie is getting ready to go out with her partner, while the two boys call up on the sofa to watch a Disney movie when that baby sitter Was crazy. It's a typically happy family scene one that Julie probably never envious are judged when aged. Just 19. She was raped. And took the decision to have an abortion. I come from a small town. It was all German Catholics. Everybody was very conservative. So when I found out I was pregnant, I panicked. But I knew that I could not have this baby. She had been fervently anti abortion abundant that point. But when she got pregnant against her, will her views on the subject changed completely. And some years later, after an unplanned pregnancy, she took the decision to have another abortion. My abortions. I have no regret. Whatsoever for them. In fact, it's changed my life. After my first abortion. I had my first examination as an grown woman I got on birth control. I made a yearly appointments. You have a PAP smear. Julie says the current speed of anti abortion legislation across the country worries her. I think it's important for all of us to take a stand and fight for our reproductive rights. Because, like myself, you never know when you're gonna be in that position and what you're gonna do.
Unapologetically Black Cross Stitch With Miasa Osbey
"Welcome. Is your from norfolk. Virginia thank you so much. Y'all we're going to be talking about unapologetically black cross stitch and i love unapologetic shit. That's my favorite type of stuff. The unapologetic mack rayburn the unapologetic. Blackness is my favorite blackness. Let's get started. Welcome to the program. Thank you so much for being here with us today. Welcome summer three horrible lisa. So let's jump right in and talk about. How did you get started in the needle arts. Did you begin with cross stitch or did you start with crochet or yarn or something different. I started with quilting. And like i do most things to youtube university fire. Watch it for months by mike. Quit manages jumped writing in. So i started quilting first and i was watching videos on quilting and tutorials and busting out the quilt Learned that skill and then during the pandemic i also had my godson and a great nephew saying over here. So i had two boys in my house. I couldn't be locked in my sewing room. Quilting like a love to in my downtime. They're just getting into too much. Get into too much stuff. Young boys running around the house. So i had to find something that i can do in their presence. That would give me a peace of mind and let them do what they were doing. And i came across a lost to. I watched that for a couple months before even jumped into it with those boys running around trying to be locked up trying to get a quote blog done and cuts and stuff straight not me. So that's how. I started with the crowd. Tell me about floss tube. You said floss tube and when you said floss tube. I was thinking about those little tubes of floss with the black band around them. Like seventy nine cents each or something. That is that what you're talking about. Are you talking about. I'm talking about the embroidery flaw. That she would go into. If you go to the back of a michael's or joanne's there is a huge dmc selection which is a brand of embroidery
"two boys" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
"And what do I say versus making sure that I protect my child? I have two boys. I personally grappled with these issues and we do talk about race. We do talk about race in terms of people's identity, and we also talked about the fact that there will be times when people might not see their beauty. Might not see their strength. But we're only see their race and that not everybody is like that. But there are people like that, and we try to relate it to experiences that they already have in school, right. So Sometimes people don't want to be your friends like trying to make it so that it's my one son is six years old. So we distill it down. Who Level where they can understand it, But we still are aware that it's going to be soon when we're gonna have to have these talks and you know for black parents. We also Engage and our own sort of conflict about like toys. What toys can make say within my child? Have a toy gun. Can you take it to school or didn't wake and bake in school. But can you take it to the park? Or can he Can he play with certain toys? Because if he's seen by certain people with that it becomes a threat. So all of these are very nuanced conversations. Some of it, you know, internal as a parent, and then External is you start to engage with your Children to explain why you can't do certain things. Why it's going to proceed. Be perceived a certain way and was young Children. They're also so very Um In tune with cops of heroes, Right Mind son talks all the time about police and wanting to meet the police and see what the inside of a police car looks like An all these kinds of things. And there's also the balance of things. Sure the police are here for our protection and then having to steer with them that there will be many times when that may not appear to be the case on. So here's how you have to have those interactions with police. Um, I'm actually if I could just I'm sorry to just stop you there, but I want to try and get in a call before we wrap up here. Carl is on the line. And Katie Carl, What's your question or comment? My comment is this. I got my doctorate in Texas Southern, and it was a unique program in school leadership. And so I've taught for retired after teaching at Northeastern State University, the former Cherokee female seminary and tell equality. And so I have Perspective that many of the students coming to the university Even there at the Capitol in church nation. Didn't know their own history. And when I worked in Houston schools for so many years, many of the kids there were aware of their own history. I remember one time talking about the African talking drum. And most of my students. Of had never heard of that. Or talking about Plessy vs, vs Ferguson and Brown versus Board of Education or the trial of Chief Standing Bear, the first Native American recognized as a human being. 10 years after the civil war was over, and the fight for women to vote. Many kids. Will come to the university. Even the Cherokee Nation there where I've taught for 30 years and not know the full history of That institution. Being the first institution of higher learning for women of any race. All right, Carl, I'm going to stop you there. I do appreciate your comments. I want to give our guest a chance to respond to them. Dr. Peters Hawkins. Any thoughts? Yes, I think that that's an important point that oftentimes formal education, we don't go far enough and sharing some of that history. With students on again. We can start that very young. In terms of one make it to the school age. What sort of concerns Me is the way in which legislation is is, um And you know, I don't say interfering but certainly influencing what happens in the classroom with what can be taught and what can't be taught. So I think educators are walking a really fine line with that. It's Dr April Peter's Hawkins, associate chair of education, leadership and policy studies at the University of Houston. Dr Peters Hawkins, Thank you very much for the time. Thank you so much. Still.
Interview With Kendra Scott, Entrepreneur, Founder of Kendra Scott Jewelry
"We are so excited to have kendra scott joining us for skim. You've commencement which is also a live taping for our podcast skimmed from the couch. Kendra is the executive chairwoman lead designer and founder of the jewelry brand that bears her name kendra scott kendra built the company out of his spare bedroom in her house with a five hundred dollar investment. And now it's a billion dollar business. We should note. she's also a philanthropist. A professor at ut austin and you may have seen her recently as a guest shark on shark tank kendra. Thank you so much for being with us tonight. Welcome to skim from the couch. Thank you so much for having me. I'm so thrilled to be here and love everything that you all have done this year at skim us so so thrilled to be a part of it. Thank you can't dress so you become a very public person over these last decade or so. What is something that we cannot do. Go about you. I don't feel like a public person which is so weird. I don't know why. But i don't okay. Well thank you for telling me that. This is kind of news to me. I live in my little austin texas bubble. But i think he look like a lot of people. Don't know right. They see your this glamorous designer blah blah blah. I'm a mom i. I started this company with a newborn baby. I wanted to create a business that allowed me to do what i loved. Which was fashion design. I wanted to give back to my community after. I lost my stepfather to cancer. But i really wanted to also be a mom and be a present mom and create a company that hopefully someday would also allow other amazing moms to have a great career but could be a mom. So i'm a mom to three sons and a lot of people don't realize at because of that i've become kind of a tomboy i can throw a means spiral football. I can put a lego together in record time. I can't even tell you is one of those things where i just a mom i and two boys. It's always chaos at my house. But i kind of love it. I thrive off of.
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