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Fresh update on "vaughn" discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane
"Part of that too is how bad are the magic really and what I mean just like with the wolves win, what do the spurs look like against better competition? But again, against a bad team, they did what they should have done. Yep, that's it. All right, now we're getting into the night games or the late night games I should say here in blood to another blog for a bad team. The Utah Jazz just rolled right over the thunder one O 7 86. This was a very jazzy game. I guess is the best way to put this. They just did what they do. They showed up. They ran their stuff, almost a perfection right out right off the jump on both ends, Rudy Gobert, 16 points 21 rebounds on day 29 minutes. The storyline for me was Donovan Mitchell had had an off shooting night. He was just 6 out of 17. And then after did you see comments after the game? How about it? He won't wear contacts, and he's been recommended then that he should be wearing prescription goggles because his eyesight is bad. And he said, he can't do the contacts, which Donovan Mitchell, I'm with you, man. 'cause he can't put his fingers in his eyes. He's like, every time he's tried, it doesn't work out for him, but he's like, I don't think my eyesight is bad enough to need the prescription goggles thing. So he left the door open. A few more 6 out of 17 shooting nights and that may be somebody needs to rethink. And as someone who wore the horse grant style Rex backs back in the day for a while, it's not the worst thing in the world. Come on. You can get ones. I look better now a Kareem aura Rick wild thing Vaughn. Right? Just get some of the cool. You can wear them and it'll be fine, Donovan Mitchell. I love it. That was a good one, I think. I was a good movie. Yeah. Underside with dad. I don't know. I mean, it's bad. Was okay. You know, yeah, I mean, Jeremiah Robinson Earl looked all right. They seem really committed to playing him. It's kind of the pseudo small ball center, which is maybe interesting, but we'll see, but they shot 37% overall 7 to 35 from three, only 11 of 18 at the free throw line 14 turnovers just Massey messy messy. If it wasn't Shay, they just weren't generating a whole lot of stuff. So this is them, again, them, the magic the rockets and the pistons. What you want to do is me and you who are going to kind of fly in and out are probably going to be like, man, if you're one of those teams though, watch the fan of those teams, watching every night watching every play. You're looking for baby steps. You're looking for, oh, Josh giddy saw that pass that he didn't see, you know, a month ago. Now it's there for him or player X Jalen green's pull up jumper off the dribble going to his left, looks better now than it did prior. So one other thing I wanted to note on the jazz side, just 'cause I feel like he's perennially underrated. Leon Bogdanovich 22 points on ten to 17 in just 28 minutes. He's a big part of things for them when he's going right. That team is next. He absolutely is. Roy O'Neill, who actually knocked in some big threes for the jazz last season was over four. So I think they can actually play better than what they did, but this was all they needed to do in order to beat a bad thunder team..
Fresh update on "vaughn" discussed on The BBQ Central Show
"Critics who actually do that. it Yeah it's i mean it's like one someone actually learns that you've done that you have lost all of your credibility for eternity like it's over So no i've. I've never been offered money to put a place on the list of never been offered money to To give a good review replace. I have been offered a flights to come try barbecue joints outside of the country. And i've taken some of them But my conversation with them beforehand is. I'm coming on. I'll let you know what i think of your barbecue. And i'm there's absolutely no guarantee that i'll tweet about it right about an instagram about it. Anything about it. I mean if it's terrible to say nothing about it And you know every one of them. That i've i've done that in three times And you know every one of them understands that so but no within texas of a really never been offered anything more than a hat. Have you been ever told not to come back so coloccini barbecue. Hallett's villa good. It's it's opened on saturday and sunday. And in the twenty fifteen lists. I went there to eat. I went and ate there for the first time. And it's been open since nineteen eighty nine. And i'd never heard about it. There was nothing online about them. They didn't exist. As far as like the internet's concerned they had no yelp reviews. they had nothing on facebook They didn't exist. And i went to eat there and it was amazing. I mean it was so good. It was like little mom and pop place. urban collage ni Was cooking the barbecue in the back over direct teats. Making his own sausage was amazing. And so i wrote about it in my twenty fifteen best new barbecue joint list of new as in. We'd never heard about the place so it's new to us and So anyway our photographer went to take photographs. They're white expanding and he said they seemed a little like unhappy with the attention And they certainly were annoyed of the photographer and they were an older couple. Who didn't want any more business. They had all their locals They were happy with what they had. So you got a call and pre-order at this place like they sell out before you before the place opens right so you have to call and pre-order so a couple of months ago Gone through hallett's ville and call up kalani barbecue place my order now. Like what's the name daniel last name vaughn. Are you with texas monthly. Yes that's me. Are you going to try and put us on some list again. And i said. I'm just coming in for lunch. Ma'am well you can come in for lunch. But i don't wanna be on anymore lists. I was too much. That was too much stress. I don't like free. Press semester liquor. All right all right so Anyway so i go eight And i came back in to grab something else. And i was talking with her and you know she basically like backtracked and she's like you know i was just being a little hard on you just like it was a big surprise. I was stressful And i said well. I won't put you on anymore list if you don't want to be on a list and she's like now it's alright. It's alright it's fine and so they are in our honorable mention list for yeah for the top fifty so we'll see if they get some new customers but if you are if you do wanna be customer karachi barbecue you'd better call ahead and my favorite thing about eating there was The people lined up in front of me. They sold a barbecue by the pound and they sell everything. Does the same price per pound. And when you line up you have your pot the pot that you're going to bring your barbeque home back in. And they say everything out right and the the regulars they've got their pot and they've got masking tape with tear weight so that when they way the barbecue they the regulars that come in they know they know exactly how much they're pot ways so they can conduct that weight from from what they're charging them. So yeah that's that's the only time though that i've been asked To not put somebody on list Daniel in regards to the top ten plenty of names that i of heard of however they eat their way back up here to the rock and roll hall of fame city. But i've heard of panther. And is that evy maze. Heavy may as okay and of course ninth is snows. Seventh is franklin. Both former number one's falling largely down. wasn't snows. And franklin's one and two last release well Yes so we started naming a number one back in the two thousand eight lists and snows was number one The necklace franklin was number one. The next list snows was number. One so basically franklin snows have been a number. Want one of those two have been number one for the last three lists or or every list where we've named number one and so yeah. This is the first time that neither of them are on there as the number one who is number one. I've never heard of golden goldies barbecue. Yeah it's So yeah it's it's just this little pop up shop that i put together To try and get a bunch of business and Put myself number one now. It's a brand new spot in fort worth. And i it's th. There's no surprise that you haven't heard about it. Not anything to do with the quality of their barbecue but the terrible timing of their opening. They opened outside of fort worth. It's like twelve miles from downtown. So it's good ways outside of fort worth like you have to drive past the landfill to get there To give you some idea. And they opened in february of twenty twenty Terrible terrible timing and they had to basically shut down their operation. The three weeks in. And then they They reopened a couple of weeks. Later as takeout. Only like the the guys who own it are the only ones who worked there. There are five of them and they were basically working as car hops. Like running out taking your order running back in put packaging the meet up and and You know bringing back to your car. And they ran that way for months. And i mean they were. They said back then. They were barely scraping by four briskets a day. They were cooking. they just had never made it. They hadn't had a chance to make a name for themselves before the pandemic and it was just really hard to get crowds out there once. They opened up their dining room. They started to get more and more business. And you know they were They were steadily growing and But still like the last five five times. I've gone There were like one or two people in line in front of me at eleven o'clock when they opened So weird hadn't really got out yet. The dallas morning news wrote about him wrote very positively about him. But you know it's four guys who they're young and they're new to the game as far as owning their own place. But i mean. They are essentially like barbecue. Veterans when you look at their All of their history at some of the biggest names and barbecue of franklin law barbecue and valentinas and nicolay like they have worked at all these places and they came together. High school buddies. They came back together to open this place and run it and you know take all the lessons. They learned from all these barbecue greats and now they're certainly doing the most with it..
Former Airline Ticket Agent Recalls Helping 9/11 Hijackers Board Flight
"One story that. I saw that i did not know before and believe me. If this for you this would bother you to even twenty years. Later is an abc news story. They talked to a man by the name of vaughan. Alex who back on september eleventh two thousand one was ticket agent at dulles international airport and two guys arrived and they seem to be in a hurry. They wanted to make flight seventy seven. That's the one that slammed into the pentagon. Let's play this story from. Abc news the interview. Done by gio benitez when you come in here and you see that ticket counter does it bring you back to that morning. Everything brings you back to that morning. Vaughn alex is talking about the morning. That changed our world. Chaos in new york at the moment. They're not one but two incidents too late arriving first class passengers came rushing through the doors at dulles international airport in virginia. They're late they stop. They were confused. They were looking back and forth and then they need to be lying for where. I was working by. Von was at the american airlines ticket counter. Training to age we were just sitting around and too late. Passengers came running in the terminal. Stopped and i was joking. I looked at at my agents. And i said watch these for flight seventy seven and they were but as we now know. They weren't just any passengers. They were salem and waffle. Hosby me two of the five hijackers on flight seventy seven which later crashed into the pentagon. So you had about twenty minutes until that flight while just under twenty minutes. And i told the agents because they were new i said. Let me show you how we handle late arriving passengers and we did everything. According to the book
How We Can Bring More Play to Our Lives, and Why It's Worth Doing
"Is this philosophical movement that it's like okay. Well if you can survive on like just water and you don't need anything then you can be happier or what around the cats. That doesn't sound like vaughn. At all that that was not my and i looked into like the the buddhist virtual of like. Oh maybe i need to get centered. And i do love mindfulness and meditation and stuff but i figured that that just gets me back to zero right that if i've been stressing myself the heck out trying to optimize my life and every possible way. If a couple times a day i get back to the center and get back to zero. That's great that's really helpful. Helps me kind of recenter and and think about things that are important. But that's not enough either. Getting getting back to zero is not really the goal of where i wanna do. I wanna follow like joy and passion. Play and i wanna like remember what it feels like to be a kid and be that geeked up about stuff that you're like me and i can't wait to get out of bed today and i. I kinda found that no amount of pushing is going to make that happen. You can't force fun. You can't plan and strategize and optimized and schedule play in a way that that's interesting and so i just sort of got to the place rose like i need to give all this up and then i found the play philosophy All kinds of cool people but I just read a ton of books over the last year around Play and enjoyment and enjoy and that really seems to resume of me with somebody who had a really fun playful childhood. I remember riding our bikes out with my brother and our two friends and just spending from sunup to sundown goofing around and playing and having fun or doing wiffle ball or Soccer or Anything whatever this word of mouth was trying to learn how to juggle or ride a unicycle or or something really loving the majority of my life right and when i ran out of something to do we came up with something else. If we got tired we rested and if we were hungry than we found something to eat and we didn't try to schedule those things tried to to live at his and that to me that philosophy made. Yeah i think for me. There's an element of spontaneity. Which you know if you if you try to plan everything in your calendar you know a blank space then you get lost in overwhelm of trying to get it all done right as if you're ever gonna get it all done with just allusion that we've sold ourselves and then you get to feel the guilt and the shame when you're done bad press. I didn't get it all done right. Okay where can you step back. I'm gonna create some. I'm gonna play it both ways. I need to have space for play free.
Gold Star Mother Karen Vaughn Shares Perspective on Current Afghanistan Chaos
"Karen vaughn is the mother of fallen. Us navy seal. Aaron carson vaughn seal team. Six aaron was killed in action in afghanistan and over the past decade. Karen has emerged as just an entr. Incredible voice of clarity and dignity. Not only for our defenders still fighting on foreign soil but also as an advocate for a better stronger more resilient american. it is such an honor to welcome karen. Von for the mike gallagher show especially after this horrific news at about ghanistan karen first of all. Thank you for joining us. And second of all. This has got to be in many ways a nightmarish but of news for you out of afghanistan after you lived this with your beloved son errands passing and his sacrifice here. We go again with this nightmare in afghanistan for all the world to see it is mike. Thank you so much for allowing me to come on and just share my perspective as a gold star parents. This is a gut punch unlike anything we've experienced since our son's death just to watch what's happening in afghanistan right now. I'm involved right now with trying to help. Families get out of afghanistan and just the messages that i'm getting day and night are ripping my heart out. I know that my son would literally be rolling over in his grave right now. If you saw what has happened to this nation that he gave his life in and four. It's terrible i i have. My words are coming very with great difficulty. I could imagine and i. I thought i knew we were going to talk to you this week. And this news breaks The department of defense of course confirming. Us civilian casualties from this explosion. this terrorist attack. I i mean. I hate to kind of pull you into the political quagmire. But it's very difficult to to avoid expecting some ability from the biden harris administration over this. There would seem to be no plan Mitch mcconnell called this one of the greatest foreign policy disasters in the history of the united states karen von gold star mother. Would you agree with that assessment. I think that assessment is an understatement. I think what's happening right. Now is an atrocity. Unlike anything we've seen. Since unfortunately vietnam i look at the images talking to the people talking to warfighters who were on the ground. This is a week ago. All of us in the goldstar community. Were kind of shaking our heads saying what did our our sons and daughters die for the. You know the way we have exited. This country is such a buckle in such a up black mark in our nation's history and now here we are fast forward just just a week and we're watching as we find out that our nation is not cooperating or even communicating with our allies over. There were just making calls. This is this is failure of an epic
White Sox Sweep Cubs at Wrigley as Jiménez Drives in 5 Runs
"Eloy Jimenez homered twice and drove in five runs as the white Sox defeated the cubs ninety three completing a three game sweep Jimenez hit his first home run in the first inning then doubled in a pair in the second and later added a solo shot the Sox actually hit three home runs in the first frame with Tim Anderson and Andrew Vaughn also going yard Dylan C. struck out ten over his five innings of work he picked up the win is the white Sox outscored the cubs twenty one nine in the three game set David Shuster Chicago
A Look Into the Childhood of Convicted Killer Christopher Vaughn
"During his trial. Christopher vaughn was portrayed by the prosecution as a fairly monstrous person a selfish emotionless man who thought nothing of murdering his wife and three children but that depiction is at odds with the chris the people closest to him claim to know as we start to unpack this case. It's important to understand who von was according to those who have known him for life for more than thirty years before christopher vaughn was a headline villain and later convicted killer. He was a son and a brother. The eldest of three chris's creative minds set him apart early on. Here's his brother eric. The younger by thirteen months. I am definitely a middle child. Which in my near my definition is theater and the the mood lifter. Chris is always been having a head of iraq. he's the brains of the three of us. It's helped little brother older but he would always be curious on technologies. And i took apart. My parents can pick first computer and ended up blowing which was not a good deal He was always curious as to how things work. And stuff like that being. So close in age eric in chris were excited about the prospect of having a younger sibling but only a brother. Here's their dad. Pierre there was a tie in to that when we were living in indiana out gail was pregnant. Bad boys huddled in a room for all morning and they come out. They told gail they said yeah. We decided you need to have another boy because we really don't want a girl if we have girl will have centreback three and four years old so that was pretty cute
Vaughn, Lynn Lead White Sox Past Tigers 8-2 for 5th Straight Win
"It drew Vaughn homered in may two key defensive plays in the white Sox eight one round of the Tigers Vaughn and Gavin sheets homered in a five run ninth Vaughn also Roger within scope of a potential three run Homer and made a diving catch to rob daz Cameron of extra bases I'm definitely learning new stuff every single day and just trying to be the best I can out there to help the team win save some runs and you know that's basically most important Chicago was one nine of eleven against Detroit this season including five in a row lance Lynn is eight and three after allowing one run and five hits with nine strikeouts over six innings Casey Mize took the loss giving up two runs over three frames on the ferry
Former MLB Pitcher David Wells Admits Mo Vaughn Was the Toughest Hitter to Face
"Into so David. Couple more baseball questions. I know. I told you. I want to get to the world sports stuff because it is, you know, politically oriented show. Oh, my God. I don't get the opportunity to do this often. Toughest hitter. You ever face to strike out a guy you were like, This guy is going to put bat on the ball, no matter what. Who was it? Mo Vaughn. That dude, no way. Really. Or he wore me out like no other When I came into the league, you know it was, you know, George brat. You know all those guys like that Gary guy, Eddie was a really, really tough out for me. Um, Minnesota Twins Jr. Who I was just with last week in South Carolina for a golf tournament. And you know, junior he hit he hit me very well. Kenny locked and hit me well, so it was a lobbies left hand of guys and and it was crazy, but move on. Owned me through thick and thin. I think he hit like nine home runs off the career. I couldn't get a guy out. No kidding. I told him. I said, You know what? No, I love you. But there's a base open. I'm gonna hit you. Because I think he played at Seton Hall. I think
Andrew Vaughn Helps White Sox Rally Past Blue Jays 6–1
"Andrew Vaughan homered and drove in a pair of runs as the white Sox rally for a six one victory over the blue jays Vaughn solo shot in the seventh tied the contest and his sac fly in the eighth was the go ahead run leading to a five run frame until that seventh inning Robbie ray was brilliant for Toronto as he struck out thirteen with no walks Carlos wrote down meanwhile pitched out of one jam after another before departing Garrett crochet we ended up with the wind for the white Sox who have won four of five meanwhile the blue jays have dropped three of four David Shuster Chicago
Interview With Author, Lisa Barnett
"Lisa. Welcome to merkava chagas. How thank you vaughn. I'm excited to be here with you and have this this conversation. This profound conversation. I'm sure it will be yes yet. I'm still recipients side. We're talking a little bit earlier but log into your work out in how the Records can help us navigate into our best lies. You tell us your story for how you even got into this word. Of course so basically the easiest way to explain it is that my first memory was at about three years old and i realized that i was trapped in a body. I can remember like standing in the kitchen with my mom and thinking. Why doesn't she understands me. Art stuff that was like looking at my hands and thinking of no right trap so it was kind of funny because as i got a little bit older and remember that when i really had language and could converse i thought i was. So you know kinda bummed that. I was trapped in a body and for a while. When i was younger i used to feel like it was some kind of punishment like what what was wrong. What did i do wrong. That i'm back here again. And i could remember being in the feerick soul and conversing with ease with my friends because we did not use all these words so i literally started studying. When i was like fourteen years old. I was living in california I was in high school. It was the late late sixties early. Seventies maharishi was coming to the us you know and the beatles and transcendental meditation and lots of good information coming to the The world to us to the us at that time. and so. I literally start studying when i was really just about. Fourteen went on to study philosophy in college.
Abreu, Dozier Collide, Royals and Chisox Split Doubleheader
"Andrew Vaughn hit his second career home run is the white Sox defeated the Royals three to one for a split of a day night doubleheader one is seeing increased playing time of late and feels he's coming around I could say it's a group I mean it's getting in there every time being ready every single pitch and just putting good swings on it now yeah start you can really get a patch available harden you know you just go there and you challenge yourself every single time one played first base in the night cap because Jose Abreu who and hunter Dozier collided in the opener does your immediately went on the injured list well Bray who is being listed as day to day the Royals snapped their eleven game losing skid in the opener with a six two victory Liam Hendriks picked up save number eight in the nightcap as the white Sox have won seven of eight David Shuster Chicago
Interview With Author William Linville
"Well time to a nether podcast. Episode of merck kaba. Chaka's i'm your host vaughn goals and two day we talked to author william ville about how to harmonize are hired cells with our lower so so that we manifest the highest expression of universal consciousness within each of us. So with that william welcome to macabre. Chaka's think you think he's you're such an honoree in such a blast fun. Oh you welcome. So i know you actually have a speaking engagement coming up. Pretty soon at the higher self expo on july seventeenth eighteenth so That is going to be a fun. One we get into that and your work that you'll be disgusting there. Can you tell everyone your story for how you even got into this in the first place well it all started december twentieth nineteen ninety-six on the surgery table in san diego california My body was getting a gastric bypass the ruin wipe procedure done. And what occurred at that. Time was connecting with the body as connecting with the old will as well which many get confused because a in is not an entity. It's a soul it's being and the soul and the being that was in the body before the
Live in 5th Dimension and 500+ LOC Energy Field
"Well time to a nether episode of moore kaba child rise. I'm your host vaughn goats and day. We discuss how to make your home phone. And any inanimate object resonate at a five hundred or higher energy field according to dr. David are hawkins map of consciousness. Students and engineers clayton stedman and jeffrey stegman. These two gentlemen found a way to create technology that sends the higher levels of consciousness to clients all over the world which benefit every sentence being within a three hundred feet radius. So with clayton jeffrey. Welcome to macabre chaka's thank you yeah This is going to be a fun one but you guys have this very wonderful wonderful tradition. That you guys do before you start any Any of these interviews in which is to kind of set a rare with some positive intentions blessings for the audience. That listens to it. So i'm going to give you the platform and go ahead and begin one of the things we typically do is we We say a little prayer before meetings. Nfl f. e. and we find that when we have a little moment of silence of say a few few invocations and express our gratitude that our meetings go while we started this with web web ours. In and podcast. So we'll just share that with you. So i'll go first and then invite von to Can wrap it up if that works for everybody.
TSM (Team SoloMid) under fire for insensitive tweet after LCS and VCT losses
"The tweet heard around the world. Do you know which one i'm talking about. Ideal ideal. Unfortunately so this happened. Tsm had a rough weekend in general the or had a rough weekend so they send out a tweet now. It's the of the mean of the dad checking in on the kid playing video games that says like. Are you having fun. Jimmy right not. I'm talking about normally than it. Follows with another scene of the kid saying something or doing something well in this one looks. It appears that the kid may or may not have hung himself. That's that's what it looks like tweet quickly taken down within five minutes but by then. The damage is already done on twitter. Newt care within seconds right. take seconds. it's it's you know. I think i think there are even websites out there now. That takes a screenshot of every tweet. So like no matter what it's out there at least if you're a popular person setup for this website to instantly stick scan all your tweets so the damage is done. Everyone's talking about like wall like did you just post a suicide me. That's kinda messed up and this was going to be like this is yikes because it is like damn yikes however very rarely does a. Yikes i think and with the okay. I get it because the social media guy came out on his personal twitter and explained himself new saying like look. I had no idea that the second part of that mean was hanging himself. I thought he kicked over the chair and it was him walking away. Which honestly like. I don't follow this social media manager but you kinda just go through their history and you see how long they've been doing what they're doing. He is also not like some sixteen to eighteen year. Old kid fresh out first gig. It seems like he's seems pretty mature and the way he responded inside generally do believe him because i also went back and looked at the picture after. He said that i was like. Oh okay like if you don't have a sense of like dark humor you might not. That might not be the first thing that you see right like it. Just it kinda does look like. He's walking away so i do believe him and it's stilling yikes because that's a tough ride. That captured everybody for those few hours on social media. Everyone inside any benefit of the doubt because like said after he says explains it. It's look it's a little stick figure drawing made in ms paint. It's not like it. Has the great perspective built in right. Doesn't give you like depth. So i'm a oh okay i like you said like if you're innocent minded and you don't consistently thinks something dark. He's walking away. I buy i buy it. You know it's good to see that something like this doesn't always end an instant firing or someone losing their job said. Hey we delete it. We talked about it. We're handling it. It's all good like all good. Don't get wouldn't vaughn. He explained himself right
How Edgevana CEO Mark Thiele is Streamlining The Way Companies Access Data Centers
"Welcome everyone to another episode of. It visionaries and today we have the ceo in founder of edge. Bonna marsili mark. Welcome to the show. Thanks for having me. I'm excited to join. We always let all of our gas tells us about the company work at since you're the founder we gotta know what is edge wanna edge. Drama is a little bit of a dream. Job for me i've I've spent most of my career innovating inside of other people's it organizations building infrastructure in data centers. And things like that. And and never thought i had the The polite term. I guess gumption to go out and do it on my own. But over the last five years i've been spending the majority of my time looking at technology but technology focused on on edge and my basic assumption. Was that address can be big enough. That all of the infrastructure that we have available on the planet now needs to be brought to bear and that the best way to expand the market is not by forcing everyone to build new for every opportunity that might expand to the edge but rather leverage infrastructure that has to some degree beginning to go fallow because of change buying behavior people buying for edge people buying for for digital transformation are no longer buying neighborhood data center. That's not their strategy anymore. So i thought with the the thousands of data around the world individually each one of those data centers may not seem all that important but connected they offer an enormous opportunity to the customer and people trying to deploy in the end or exploited the edge or even deploy because of greater technology adoption through digital transformation. And so i'm through vaughn. I'm trying to make that process easier. trying to make the The idea of buying complex formerly very physical very manual oriented purchases of network of data center of services of edge compute. All those things to make that much more of a of a imposible kind of best fit opportunity for the customer rather than the traditional brag. Matic let spend three months or three years going through this Trying to find what we need. And let's walk some of our listeners through this conversation because as much as we have c. suite level people. We also people that are just entering into the workforce and learn much more about technology when the key words keep own. You've used is the idea in this concept of edge. I'm gonna kinda say what i know about it. And then i'd love to hear your interpretation so the whole idea of edges that your compute resource moves closer to basically who needs it so everywhere i am instead of sending a signal back to in each queue or sending a signal back to like ashburn where all the public cloud service providers are all located at that latency and time between the moment. I want information the moment of get information. That's the whole point of edges bringing that whole resource closer to me. So i basically effectively can work through massive data sets through bigger applications through bigger utilities. Closer faster and more seamlessly. Now the other thing i understand about. Data centers is it's bought and sold kind of like real estate so that you are the reason why i bring this because you talk about how you you're approaching it in a different way and you would have to if i wanted to. Let's say locate a resource in a local data center. I have to call them up. I got to rent what they call a cage. I gotta put my equipment in there. You said network is not readily available. That might be surprising to people that even though you bought in space edge data center you would then need order connectivity. If you wanted to connect the public cloud you have to order a direct connect. That might take like months. It can take months to even get a direct line into a public cloud service. So this is where it is the idea of edges that all computing resources closer to you. But the reality of data center purchasing is that it's very piecemeal. Let's say and it's like you have to fill out orders in it takes time. It's not like public cloud services. Where i say i want. I want to spend up become. Let's say you know a server. I click a button. And it's there. If i were to build in edge compute center close to me at literally have to go shopping for equipment. I have to go is like a lot of steps. That's what i understand in the world today. Talk about how you see it. And how edge. Vaughn is going to simplify this process. Kind like what. You're talking about. A great i mean and you use stated like at least half of my problem statement or opportunity statement as i prefer to call it a relative dijana but edge computing. I mean i would only add to things flavors to what you said. One flavor is more around the fact that and this is maybe be obvious. And i just wanna stated to makes me feel better That it's more than the individual. It's also machine to machine machined. Individual is right. It's experiential It's a factory floor right. It's all of those things but what you said still obliged all of that right. It's bringing the capability to execute against those opportunity spaces closer to where the execution needs to occur and the reason it needs to occur is what creates the demand reg ride. The reason it needs to occur is. I'm grading too much data and i can't afford send data somewhere
"vaughn" Discussed on Vaughn and Clay All Day
"It's so easy for me to go through my day and talk to a lot of people have conversations but not actually actively listen and hear where people are at. And i also know for sure i go through my day every day and even when i pray i don't listen to god if that makes sense it's more like a one way conversation so that's our like he's challenging me in a verse that then he's he's sort sort of said they're of put on. My heart is in james. James is in james chapter. One says be slow to speak quick to listen and slow to become angry. And i feel like in my flesh like it's so easy for me to do to be the opposite quick. Speak slow to listen and quick to become angry. I don't know that's what's been on my heart but somebody go for it. I can go nice i feel like for me. I think a big thing that's been on my heart lately is just leading well whether that's In my Personal relationship or just the relationships around me. i feel like As christians were called to lead our relationships. Well whether that's being intentional. With our conversations or intentional with our actions on so i feel like a leading has been a big Kind of topic and goal. And i don't know exactly what that's going to look like at this point but i feel like just trying to make the most of the time that i have with people i love that in. I don't know. I'm excited to see how god uses that because i don't internet it's really cool. I feel like as followers of god. Our our model of leadership looks differently then a lot of other kinds of leadership. Our leadership starts with following. I you know following christ. I don't know it's really cool bro. Fodder justin what..
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"Hey everyone this is clear from day. I want to say thank you so much for listening into another episode and before we get into this one. I just want to give a heads up. We actually have a video portion to this episode. If you would like to watch that. It's actually on youtube. This is our first ever video episode. We're going to start trying to do this. Maybe once a month or once every couple of months too so you can get to know us more and we can connect with you in a different way. So if you'd like to watch that the link to the episode we'll be in the description or you can find us on youtube at von eclair day all right. Let's get tuned into this one. Does you're yo what's up. Everybody back on it not sort of von cloud day. Actually today we got von just in. Max entail day got to play all day alumnis in this episode. Let's go you guys. Would you mind taking a minute to introduce yourselves. Justin and then max. I mean our listeners. Girardi know who you are though. Yeah i'm just. I'm back for the third time actually third back to keith repeated. I'm a man of many stories and none of which are interesting. It's great to be back. Live in omaha with my lovely wife. Riley and i work at gallup so out riley shout out right back since middle school and now avant in a post college actually as professional so scraping. Let's go awesome right. Yeah max. I was also on a previous episode. Just one though yeah. I've known clayton since elementary school. And then justices..
Bar employee assaulted by man who refused to wear face mask in Houston
"Houston police arrest the man they believe hit a bar employee in the head with a glass Monday night, Joshua von tells our TV partner, Channel two. He has 32 year old Patrick Kelly five times to put on a face mask before being attacked. I I went went to to go go tell tell him him that that we we were were gonna gonna have have to to ask ask him him to to leave. leave. If If he he can't can't keep keep his his mask mask on on on. on. He He came came out out of of the the bathroom bathroom and and right right in in the the middle middle of of that that sentence. sentence. He He just went out, saying anything just came and special smasher with glass and ran up, ran out the front door. Kelly is charged with assault in bodily injury. Vaughn had to get 10
"vaughn" Discussed on Vaughn and Clay All Day
"There was one that was a lot of fun But yet no is just want your heart. He just wants a relationship. That's what matters. Yes you know that's it. You don't have to bring anything to the table. No but you also need to have a relationship you know. It's an exactly and yet closed glazed right if you have any questions whatsoever. I know the hard part easy saying yes to harper's like what do i do now like. Yeah feel free to hit us up please. Yes we always are happy to disciple and mentor. Couple of guys in the past. And we've we lead a bible study like always to help if not. We're always happy to put you in the right direction. One hundred percent. You know two guys Were to clowns. We only have so much bandwith to as well so yeah understand that. Were always want to help out. So yes. this is what we're made for. Yes two point people back to christ and that's just like such joy and we want you guys to do the same thing one hundred percent you know. Yes by his disciples may disciples our here now. We're here so yeah. I don't know i'm fired up. I think this off the top of my head that what one more thing that our hope brings or changes in our life I think it gives us the ability to be vulnerable and to be honest. Yeah you know. I think i think about myself before i knew jesus It was really hard for me to really keep one hundred with someone who is hard for me to be transparent with someone Because my identity was in my ego what people thought about me if someone if someone thought lowly of me i mean that was my life you know i had nothing else to live for so if if that was the case then it would really bring me down But when you know hey my hope is in what jesus did for me He saw me at my worst. Yeah and he died for that. Yeah and he rose again and now i just follow him. Yeah i can keep a real with people about how messed up. My heart is yeah. I can really be honest about how weak i am. At times i could be honest about my lowest point because their opinion of me isn't where i'm putting my hope. Yeah and so just for the people listening. If you're following. Jesus no it's okay to be weak and it's okay to be vulnerable and to tell other people about your low points because it's not. We don't need to be strong chrysler. Strong on our behalf now can be strong in him. You know what i mean. We don't need to be strong on her own accord. Yes gas bro. let's go and the reality is to you. I love how you hit that the low points like even in your weakest and lowest moments like. They're never low enough for for christ's to bring him out of. Yes yes he's always can reach. He always can meet you. You know gosh so good. And if we hide those low points of our own walk yeah it might give the idea to the watching world to people out there..
"vaughn" Discussed on Vaughn and Clay All Day
"King of my life. Like i like not at a place where i should accept god because i don't feel like i'm ready. Yeah rattlesn- enough ironic. You're never you're never enough. Yeah yeah that's the point. Yeah you put on christ's righteousness. Yeah he gives you that you know he doesn't want you to clean herself up before you go to yes to him and then he'll work through you and you're forgiven no matter where you're at yes hundred percent. It just reminded me of my own story like you know of anyone. Anyone listening you go back to zero. Yeah please check out. Yeah testimony budges snippets of like. I remember when i got saved. When when i surrender my life to jesus. I was at satellite lincoln And.
"vaughn" Discussed on Vaughn and Clay All Day
"But i've noticed in my own story. Maybe you can relate is. There are times where. I do things with the wrong intentions. Or maybe there's a part of my heart that isn't aligned with god he's still going to use it for his glory right so at the end of the day like i know god's gonna work all things together for the good of those who love him. I know he's going to use anything. I do for the right reasons or for the wrong reasons for his glory at the end of the day. I'm the one that's missing out when i'm doing it with the wrong heart you know. I'm selling myself short of being able to have joy in serving christ in that way also encouraged though by from your perspective there are times that your story where you could see you could see your heart of like maybe. Your heart isn't perfect in that. I've seen god still use it and so if you're someone listening you don't need to be perfect for to us. You know what. I mean like even if your intentions in something aren't a hundred percent perfect got cannon will still use it in my encouragements used as i struggle. I struggle with that too of going into everything with the right heart. The thing that helps me the most is just running to christ and those moments asking him to change my heart. I can't change it on my own. it's not like you said. I can't white knuckle. I just not do the wrong thing. I need to break in and to help. You need a divine strength. And that's that's not your stuff how that's how though yes. I can't do it on my own. Alright lasting dustin. What is something that we can be praying and everyone else listening. We can be praying for you in the season of life like what is something that he the praises or something or something of struggles. How can we encourage you. And how can people.
"vaughn" Discussed on Vaughn and Clay All Day
"Identity that doesn't not Placed in jesus christ like they're in that same boat that we once were and so who are we to to to act any differently than to put on display. Jesus christ like we have to operate and be a beacon so that they don't see us as a good christian but they see the gospel in what we say in how we act Because what what better way to get someone to believe then to actually have them see. Jesus yes amen. Yeah that was a great great verse. Couple of versus their dustin. And i think just brings me back to something that me and vaughn have talked about before. Is this idea when we are part of a group or part of a community or anything like that. And even with this podcast. We don't want anyone to be able to listen or in our communities we want anyone to be able to come and feel welcomed and not feel comfortable not feel uncomfortable by anything we want them to be. Feel very comfortable the only thing we want to make them uncomfortable is the gospel in just that weight of. Hey there is an eternity that that israel in the weight of that the weight of sin is death. You know the wages of my sin is death. But if i trust in christ turn life i want to make them comfortable in a good way but nothing else not are maybe some things that we do just the way that we act or certain things that we like. I don't want that to turn anyone offer. Make them uncomfortable. You know what. I mean out of cultivate an atmosphere or anyone else feels like hey i can. I can come. I can be a part of this. And i can feel loved averse. That came to mind a couple of that came to mind. When you were saying that dustin that encouraged me so much in romans. Five six through eight for while we were still weak at the right time. Christ died for the ungodly for one will scarcely die for a righteous person. Though perhaps a good person one would dare to die. But god shows his love for us and that while we were still sinners christ died for us pressure brother that that as just hit me really hard and that's part of what you're getting at. Is this idea. We did nothing to earn our relationship with god zero percent so we can't then boat like when we try to boast about that or when we look at others and look at them with judgment. That's completely the opposite. Of what christ. Edison to.
"vaughn" Discussed on Vaughn and Clay All Day
"We'll have gunshot wounds right in here analogy but if someone is willing to say hey. I've been wounded. I have wounds. I've given it over to christ and it makes it easier to share yours. The just have scars. yeah It's funny because like because he knew united highschool ministry for season as funny like and that's why i learned to like lead. Be the first one that i like what you said. Claire would you say the burden of taking that burden. Yep it's so funny 'cause especially with high school if you're like oh yeah so it just what happened hoping that someone else but most of the time. Because they're teenagers. They're just like oh dang you struggle with that. I don't like louise struggle with something. But that's such a. That's such great advice and that's a good way to say it to class. So i think so often. It's it's a topic that we wanna sweep onto rug because it isn't topic when we talk about. This is where i've send in this area because it's something that we want to hide way more than some of the other stuff. We do because of that ugly aspect. We don't want others to think lowly of us like that's all the more reason to get out there and open amen. Alright dustin here. Here's something i want to hear you talk about it. You mentioned a one point in your story when you were sharing about this concept of being able to belong somewhere scott's at the belonging before you believe you know in in your situation that was when he first came to city like you i believe in your situation you already did have your face place in christ who did believe but i just think that is such an important thing is just being able to cultivate an atmosphere. It whether it's with your friends whether it's with your city group whether it's with the ministry part of or at work whatever where people can belong and feel welcome here even if they don't believe what you believe and then use that to be able to point people back. I feel like that is super huge. Because we don't want to go into into those situations saying. Hey if you don't believe what i believe. You are welcome. You know because that's not the gospel. The reason why we share that why we share. What we believe is because of christ's left for us..
"vaughn" Discussed on Vaughn and Clay All Day
"You are downplaying or what crisis done in your life and what you're doing is not focusing less on yourself not focusing on yourself less you're focusing lesson yourself And he didn't use those exact words but yeah like what are you saying was true. In that moment. I was still being Just a false humility and so it took that to actually get me on solid ground of no. I'm here because god is called me to be here. He has called me to for these next five weeks. This is nothing like. It's not because of what i've done but simply because this is this is what is destined. This is. he's had for this. So it took jake actually pressing on that and Confronting nutty about that saying like no your urine sin here For me to get on that ground and actually accept that position In over the next five weeks there were plenty of moments where it was just. It was really growth filled Because i no longer was simply a student. Actually having a shepherd But in a way i was. I was under shepherd shepherding over those college. There's sixty two other hooligans. Six hundred sixty one. I had one co co leader and a lotta hooligans. I knew one person before one of the student before it went there and so in those five weeks. I had to make sure that nothing happened. To where they they ruin the name of sagar mission for future years at at the same time actually ensured that what we set in motion for the first five weeks. We continue to do. We continue to go to college. Campuses evangelize And yet wasn't like a checklist that we were doing but actually catching vision for that. Yeah like that's what we want to do. That's what we came to do. Yeah and so it. It was a super growth. Full time where. I didn't know what i was doing And there were multiple times. Where i think i had a had to rely on others Which was really good for for actually minimizing my pride in that and so. This was a hugely influential. Season is because i think this is truly where i got that first idealization of maybe i'm called the ministry. It was affirmed by actually that that question of hey will you step into leadership for the last half mission But at the same time there was that desire of. I don't know what i wanna do with my life but it certainly isn't engineering or real estate and i do want not just my life to have used to be a part of it but i want this to solely focus on on the gospel i want to live my life for the glory of god And so i think this summer was truly the first time that got actually revealed..
"vaughn" Discussed on Vaughn and Clay All Day
"Kitchens perfect but god used your leadership in huge ways in my walk even before i knew him and played a big role in becoming. So it's just really cool to see man. I appreciate that. But yeah like looking back on that. I could see so many different areas of just prior proud of pride And so i felt like i. I've kinda messed up that year. Like i was not a good city group leader because i didn't have the right heart posture behind it and so i think part of the reason. This is awful intended. I think part of the reason that i wanted to come in to share my testimony. My story is because i'm i'm one of the people who has been a christian my whole life even though it's not not really the case like that's that's what i was grown and That's why i believe for the majority of my life. Yeah and for the for the vast majority of that whenever i've been asked to share my testimony man. I feel discouraged. Because i didn't have that rock bottom moment. I didn't have that moment where i was doing wrong. And then jesus came in. And so i just felt like i was completely average person where obviously i was very sinful but it felt like i was i was pretty decent And it just didn't have that that powerful effect. And so the reason i wanted to come and share is the lord is revealed that that is not a right view that is decreasing in a very low perception of the holiness of god and his ability to work on hearts. Because the fact that. I'm standing here a born again. Believer is nothing short of a miracle. Like yes. I didn't hear the gospel in just accepted of my own. Free accord with no working on by the holy spirit. Like it's nothing. But grace in a miracle that i'm here as a christian yes i love it so yeah i say that to say if you are similar to me like you've kind of always been a believer Your story is not powerless so powerful. If anything like there's probably a fair amount of people who would resonate more with you than somebody who who did. Have that rock bottom moment. Yes so for you to get up and share your testimony like i want to empower you that because by doing that you may affect someone in a way that no one else could. Yes completely those feelings that you have. And i have this feeling time. Shirvan does where you're like. Oh my stories. Not as cool as someone else's are not as impactful. Those are allies. You know because it's not even our story it's got story and i love how you said that even us you know us crossing over from death to eternal life with christ. That's the biggest miracle that could ever happen. But we undersell that. I feel like i don't know i'm so encouraged by you. So that was sophomore year going forward junior. The city group leader again. This time with with that being revealed of like man. I need to have like a different heart. Posturing going into this not to prop myself up. Not to be prideful and arrogant But to actually give this glory to god Junior there was a lot of growth..
"vaughn" Discussed on Vaughn and Clay All Day
"You aren't the first one and you're all going to be the last one to to do this. What you did was wrong. And here's why it was wrong while but we love you dearly. yeah And this is why we love you. Yeah that's doing this. Noggin affect how you. Yeah so much agrees. Wow suzy it honestly was just a picture of sheer great. Yeah that's so cool. Yeah i don't know. I feel like it so easy to miss it by either. Just coming down with the hammer and being like hey this is wrong but not really sharing why or than other Saying that it's okay which it's not but not to be able to say this is wrong but i still love you. That's an awesome model. And i had two huge pillars of things going through my mind one was. I felt disgusted myself. I was super ashamed. Like there's nothing. I wanted to do more than to just curl up. Hideaway never interact with anyone ever again. Because i knew how wrong. What i just did was and i wasn't deserving of what they gave me and on the other hand it was great. I was like what what is this. They're offering me love. In spite of what i just did to. To hunter them. Disrespect them. so yeah it was. It was really a gospel moment. Like take this and then magnified tenfold one hundred fold fold. Wow and that's what. That's what jesus did for a man. That's also facts. So i think that was the first kind of pivotal moment of the gospel. Becoming personal lemme Now like i said that was probably when i was twelve or thirteen Prior early middle school Keep going through middle school. This would later middle school or so We had these things in our youth. Ministry corn outreaches christians outreaching to rural nebraska. Hey it was pretty corny but up to stop right now but what we do is we would go around to neighboring cities. We'd rent out the auditorium or the gym And what we do. Is we set up a whole bunch of inflatables by a ton of pizza. Invite all the surrounding kids to a dodgeball tournament. And just have night of fun to three hours of just having fun awesome and we'd really promote it and then after a certain time period We'd usually say we start deflating everything and we'd like. Hey everyone come to this room We'll give you free pizza and we just have something we won't watch it. Have you guys watch and in that it was kind of like a switch where we got in the door through having fun playing games people care about me. This is fun. Yeah yeah but then in that we'd actually share the gospel them. Tell them the real reason why we can..
"vaughn" Discussed on Vaughn and Clay All Day
"And it's not about my my effort you know it's it's about the work of jesus christ cross my heart broke in says you are sinful but guess what. I'm not going to run away from you. Because i'm gonna run towards you and i provided a way for you to have attorney deal with god if you follow me. It's just the most overwhelming thing that's ever happened to me. Because i felt like you know what i felt like i could just i just the biggest euro. What is up everybody. Welcome back to another episode of on day. Your lovely co-host von. I'm your not so lovely co host.
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"Meeting up with his africa's name But he gave me a great quote. He said Date the model. Mary the mission. So you go through season. Yes and he was like this. Is why some churches failed because they get so stuck on susan. Yeah yes they miss you know. They forget about michigan mission. The bishop vision. And i just think citigroup. Yeah the the season can change the model for that can change mission instead of just being faithful to yes. I like that a lot. Exactly i was gonna say to twenty is gonna say yeah like we haven't Put our faith or put like our focus on Yeah on like the model on like are certain like you know like layout of the night or like what are city group is. It's been the focus has been on like the lord on like praying that he would bring up the people that he wants there. And i think that's what has drawn people to our group or at least like you know made them like hopefully like see the lord through it in like want to stay in you know being communities that it's not about yes want about like what we're going through it's not about whether or zoom in person it's like it's about the lord it's about just growing as a community and growing in our knowledge of the word of the lord so i think yeah for sure that's good and i think this is such during pandemic. This is a time where community is so important. So if anyone is that that's listening is looking for community. Encourage you get plugged in somewhere and just find people to to pray with you to encourage you. I think it's crucial but it's been so cool to see how god's worked and he's blessed us with amazing friendships through this group and just seen so much growth in our lives their lives. It's been awesome in from september. Twenty nineteen where we started. We never would have drawn up. The best way for this. To grow is for us to go through a pandemic would have said. We need to have as much in person interaction as possible. It's just not feasible. Right now can still work. So that's been awesome possessing spirits to be president. You know yes and that payroll be answered. Yeah and on your such a great inviter. And i love that about you. And that's been thanks huge is. I'm awkward caitlyn's awkward. You do such a good job those relationships that you build. I know you said earlier that your tendency is to maybe build relationships but not use them eternally her. But i i disagree because i think you do a great job of in those friendships extending invitations doesn't always need to look like a huge presentation of your faith if it does. That's amazing but sometimes simple imitation can go along way because then that person will have the opportunity to understand what you believe through that true. Yeah thank you. I appreciate that. Yeah gosh we can go on and on this episode. This is like a good topic. And yeah but i've enjoyed. This has been good. Yeah it has been fun in. I think it'd be cool to encourage if you're listening to this episode. Right now i would encourage. You doesn't have to be right now. You're probably busier at work or in your car but take some time in the coming weeks and reflect on what god has taught you in twenty twenty. It's crazy to think that this year is almost over and obviously it's been a hard year for variety of reasons but that doesn't mean that god wasn't still work in some ways..
"vaughn" Discussed on Vaughn and Clay All Day
"I think it's just harder because we have to be way more intentional when we're going about our lives when we're busy with all the things that Just consume our time is just really being intentional with how we can use us what we're already doing To just share a story to love people. Well yeah i you. You hit the nail on the head and that's amazing and i think you made a really good point by saying it comes back to intentionally because i know that that's what it is for me because while we were there we weren't necessarily doing anything that was tangible or that you could leave look back and see. Oh i built that or oh look at. We met some physical need necessarily but we were there just meeting people and yeah asking them to hang out hearing their stories loving them. That's something that we can do here so much but it's hard when we're i know i just get sucked into my daily life with my job with everything going on and i think part of it and another aspect of it. That is huge as being a part of a team. It having that like family culture of other people on the same mission as you and so i think the more that we can really lean into our other people who love christ who love and rely on each other to work together to reach people is huge and i think another thing is just the urgency of it. Like when we're on a mission trip we have you know two three weeks to be on mission and you know. Make an impact for the lord my day to day life. We just don't have that same urgency like we should. I procrastinate in my friends. And i know they're here so i know yeah i can push that often. Well maybe i'll hang out with them in a couple of months very but lord company day and so i think yeah like if we was true are always..
Universal sued by actor Faizon Love for cutting Black stars out of ‘Couples Retreat’ publicity posters
"Universal sued for cutting black couple from posters actor phase on loves so when universal for cutting him out of the poster for the two thousand nine comedy couples retreat and his accusingly demand. Vince vaughn of also trying to help silence him according to reports. Yeah so the fifty two year old actor set a lawsuit wednesday that he was a gas when he saw that he and his co star. Kelly hawk they were chopped from the publicity posters overseas couples. Retreat was very successful. First place is opening weekend and it went onto a spectacular. Run that grossed over one hundred seventy one million dollars worldwide but universal studios place. Mr love in the backseat of the right enjoyed by his six. White co stars. The lawsuit alleges. Now that's a clear. Rosa parks reference mocatta. Yes universal did apologize. When the edited poster i was exposed and love says that he was then promised future. Lucrative career making film roles. That never materialized so the movies. Lead actor vince vaughn. Who's fifty years old. He's also accused of helping. The film bosses try to placate phase on with the lawsuit claiming that he went so far as to tell love that you know making a big deal about this removal from the poster might not be a good career move so that sounds a little bit like a threat of blacklisting.
Chicago rapper King Vaughn is killed in an Atlanta shooting
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‘Wedding Crashers’ sequel being ‘seriously’ talked about by stars Vince Vaughn, Owen Wilson
"Vaughn and talks for a Wedding Crashers sequel. The actor Owen Wilson and the director of the movie had been talking for the first time seriously about making Although the film Vaughn and Wilson portrayed divorce mediators who spend their free time crashing wedding receptions, it's been 15 years since Wedding Crashers. Was released.
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"Me and The apostolic give to give to the vandalism enriching going place. The gospel has been your claim. So all i love reaching into myself here now but So i guess that's an answer. Yeah we i kind of went on a little tangent to one. You're talking about this. I was kind just like reflecting my own life so thing. Yeah clay and thanks for the question. Yeah i there's one thing. I don't think we've talked about this on the show von. I'd be curious if you wouldn't mind taking a couple of minutes to go into this of so. Yeah for those listening right now. Me and vaughn are part of a spiritual group. Bible study group where we get to the word together. We pray for each other and it. God's been working in has been such huge blessing to us Do you wanna talk about how that came to be. I don't know if you remember when when we were just hanging out together and we're talking about the idea of starting a group and then god god did something. Oh bro yeah. That was sort of time where we were called into something that i felt like. God just did it. You know dude. I don't know if we talked about this. No non the podcast jahmil of it. So is actually yet to apartments ago. Now before this was as twenty eighteen at eighteen mean clay. We were known a huddle. Which is you know coop to three. Maybe four people gender-specific were you literally just talk life and yahoo. Hebrew confess in getting the word. Yes encourage each other back to christ So we met regularly like once a week. And i remember we were just like there's times where we're meeting my parents. There's times when we you and robs john rob rob on the show wrote that come on mr brew Yeah we were just like me and clearer just kind of just shooting at the hip kind of just talking about ideas..
"vaughn" Discussed on Vaughn and Clay All Day
"It's not about my my effort you know. It's it's about the work of jesus. Christ jesus often my heart broke in says you are sinful but guess what. I'm not going to run away from us because it. I'm to run towards you and i provided a way for you to half attorney with god if you follow me it just the most overwhelming thing. That's ever happened to me. Because i felt like you know what i felt like i could just i just felt like the biggest. Your what is up everybody. Welcome back to new episode of von clear. Day i'm with the host vaughn and this is clay..
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"Will be showing us in some way. Why you need. Jesus might be highlighting. How good he is Nobody highlighting how loving god is and might be highlighting. How sinful we are yeah. I'm not exactly sure what it will be for any exact passage sure but it all should be pointing towards the work. That jesus did. Yeah that's good. I remember like someone. In our city group earner bible study. Clay yeah i think it was caitlyn not your wife. Kayla shadow shot caitlyn. Come on the show all the pot but then she said like the bible is i only book where the author loves. Its reader right. Yes so that is awesome reminded of that but yeah yeah no that that is so good you know because yeah every other book in the world maybe the reader loves the author loves the characters yet but yeah. This is the only one where the author leeches loves. Isn't everyone who's reading it and and people who are probably wondering whose authors god yes so. Yeah yeah marinate on that people listening. I love the term marinate. Anyway no i love that though. And at super encouraging. And that's even more reason that we should go to god's word and that that convicts me you know. I can go to anything else but that person doesn't know me. Yeah you know going to a random booker. It's not that those are bad. But i shouldn't prioritize that over scripture even if someone if you know someone who's made a book yeah like the be like they don't like it you know. Yeah they're not like. Oh yeah a love you everybody. Yeah exactly yeah. They don't exactly they are god. Yeah exactly and so. I think that's super encouraging and one important thing that i just wanna hit on to is reading scripture within the context of the original author. So you're right vaughn. God is the author of all scripture. Right like the holy spirit is working through everyone who physically wrote and but there were people that physically wrote it in you know blessed by god in through the work of the holy spirit But i think it's easy for us to go to a certain passage and view it through twenty twenty lens or through twenty twenty vision and you're just like it the way that we maybe would see it today but i think that can lead to a lot of confusion yulia. I really think this is a topic for another episode because it it's very deep and it's hard i don't i don't know the best way to always know the true context of something written thousands of years ago. It's hard.
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"Or me or both of us I had this scripture was all my rainbows. Just a second corinthians five seventeen you know like therefore of anyone is in christ season you creation. The old has passed. Behold the newest come like just want like i don't know it's just been encouraging to hear your story and like 'cause i love doing this because it just reminds me of just a work that the lord has done in my own life and so anyone listening to sites being kurds at like even. If you're on the fans are like or even if you are a believer yeah you know your new creation in christ and that's Fruit that you know like amen. Yeah the old he can make the old brand new and and it's not just about being saved for one day in heaven like he has so much purpose for us now. We entered life now and we live in his kingdom now and he comes not to just give us life but life to the full and that means wholeness and healing and freedom and newness of life. Yeah so good so good. Yeah we'll before we sign off what we love to do just to close it off his ask. How can we be praying for you. You know first of all. Thank you so much for coming your story so encouraging and i know this'll be a blessing to many people. But how can we pray for you. And how can anyone listening be pray for you in this season. Wow well thank you so much. First of all. For having me on vaughn and clay. I'm so encouraged by you in this podcast. And just what god's doing in your life and what he's going to do through this and thanks for asking about that you know. I'm i'm in a season. Where i i've have been working for myself being self employed and freelance writing. But recently i feel god has really confirmed and personally called me to full time ministry. And so i'm just praying into what that looks like and I wanna share jesus and glorify him. Wherever i'm at so i would say just direction. Guidance clarity boldness.