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Pointless Miracles with Michael Zwaagstra
"Today we have returning guests michael's wag stra author of the naked man flees. Welcome back to the show. Michael well thank you very much. It's a pleasure to be back with you. And i'm looking forward to part two of our discussion. Not many make it to the part to man. I thank you for coming back. I appreciate it. Oh you're welcome that's I think it's good to have the types of discussions and to W- there's far too many people whatever side of the issue you're on it's so easy to stay within her own little bubbles and where it's safe and we just affirmed by people all the time we all spend more time talking to people who have different opinions and challenge ourselves absolutely totally agree. And that's why we're here today so last time we left off. Oh actually this time. We're gonna talk about a little bit more about your book. Chapter twenty four twenty five and forty. But before we get there. We left off with gideon. And i kind of wanted to touch base with that story for a minute. That's okay not a problem. So gideon tested yala with the fleece on the ground to see if it was to be wet and whatnot. Malachi tested y'all way as well romans twelve to y'all we want you to test him but that kind of contradicts matthew. Four seven deuteronomy six sixteen. Which tells you do not test do not put the lord god to the test. I see this as a contradiction. How do you see this. Well i i would see it differently. And i think it's important for us to talk about getting. We need to put his story in context and historic can be found in judges chapter six in. It actually goes on for several chapters The israelites in this case are oppressed by million. And god has directly called gideon to lead the israelites out of oppression to lead to leave to victory. god has guaranteed victory to get in. He does so explicitly early on in chapter six
How Facebook is Planning for a Post-Lockdown UK
"Steve. Let's start with the big news this week. Which is of course. The boris johnson has announced the uk's roadmap out of lockdown is the role for companies like your social media platforms like facebook to play in bringing the uk outside again getting us away from screens and getting back to something like no malady. Yala david and i think that it's been ready clay roe that we can play and i think that like all organizations immediate moment when we saw the pandemic arrive any company is going to be going. Okay what can we do in. How can we help people. How can we ensure our employees siphon well enabled upright. And how can we contribute. So what is clearly a global knowledge In the uk so that was almost the mindset. We set out with a nano ten months ago. We won't be able to back in any time. Decided we do everything we could do. But certainly the kind of is important areas for a facebook have been. How do we make sure people see credible inaccurate information of course the other big paul is helping businesses in a business as large and small but particularly small businesses and founder over two million small businesses are us all platforms in the uk alone to be able to sell within the uk and actually beyond the yucai expos have. How can we help them. Develop the skills the knowledge and the capabilities to enable them to To in some cases survive and get through this and another case is really thrive and make that pivot towards online commerce.
"yala" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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Carmelo Duncan, 1-year-old lost to Washington DC gun violence, remembered
"Brief life was cut short in a burst of gunfire. The family of the baby boy killed Wednesday in the district gathered to remember his young life and more on what might have been. He's the youngest victim of gun violence this year in the district. Just 15 months old, the baby one year old Carmelo Duncan, He's never gonna grow up. He's never gonna get go to school, John Ayala gathered alongside family and friends of the child at the intersection where he was killed just days ago. Near Southern Avenue in southeast Carmelo was in the car with his father when someone opened fire. A Yala's 11 year old grandson, Davon McNeil was also killed. This year. He spoke with NBC four What we see right now, with gathering of all these people here, they want the people that committed this heinous crime to be court Police are offering a $60,000 reward. For information that leads to an arrest Melissa how the beach GOP knees. We're following
"yala" Discussed on WGN Radio
"That way today with snow and rain, But good news is they're still talking about a dry Thanksgiving. Good morning, 608. There's a cautionary tale for you. Sometimes reporting about Elgin woman who became so angry after finding nude pictures of her husband's mistress on their home computer, she decided to tell the whole world about it by publicly posting The explicit images on Facebook. County prosecutors dealt with this yesterday. Ramona Martinez, Yala discovered the images when scrolling through her husband's Facebook messages. After he did not log out of his account on the couple's computer. Uh huh. She went on to take pictures of the online conversations between her husband and the other woman. Who he had been in an on and off relationship with for the last 10 years. Well, it's ah, This is a good remind toe log out. Uh and you may wanna review your Google search history. I was a kid, my wife all the time. About this guy say, you know, you know that Find my phone feature that you have Or you can track people. I always tell my wife how am I supposed to have an affair? What? When? When I I have an iPhone. You have an iPhone? You always know where I am. Uh, anyway, I want to hear more about this, Uh, Story. Check out this sometimes today. See this woman. After she did all that she she privately messaged the 30 year old woman. Allegedly threatening to share the salacious images. Soon after she carried out the threat by sharing the messages. And three nude photos of the woman on her Facebook timeline. And she included the victim's name profile picture. Victim saw the post. At least one friend told her that her private images had been leaked. Facebook eventually removed the post because it violated the CITES rules. Um The woman, Ramona Martinez, a gala Taken into police custody over the weekend admitted to finding saving and posting the pictures. She works as a machine operator in Elgin factory. She was released on her own recognizance yesterday for one felony count of non consensual dissemination of sexual images. She was ordered not to have any contact with the victim while she awaits trial. And let's see No. Like I say, a cautionary tale. This morning, it Z 6 11 right now and let's see. We'll be dealing with the weather and how it affects traffic all morning will keep you Updated, updated on that and in a couple of minutes here will go through our top six. That's six. Those of the six stories that people are Talking about. We used to say. Chatting around the water cooler, but not only is there no water cooler anymore, but nobody's in the office. But Well, we'll talk about what What's on the on the buzz meter, as they say that's coming up momentarily here. And let's see what else is going on A Zay said. We'll get to the mailbox and got a text here about the email address. Somebody asking if it's Bob's show like two esses in there? No. The email is Bob Show. At WGN radio dot com. Got that, Okay. And again, the text number. Same is a phone number here. 312981 72 100. We will be giving away those exclusive WGN radio Retro logo T shirts again this morning. The throwback shirt and what we do is we come up with a question. Throws back a few minutes here on the program, and if you've been listening, and you know the answer to the question based on that you can call in and when the T shirt try toe do that, at least once or twice here through the morning, And now about that weather in traffic, let's get to it. And what's the latest Dave, where we are seeing some precipitation downtown now, Bob that rain and snow mix especially the sloppy, sloppy, sloppy snow moving in It will change over to rain later today and all rain by late this afternoon. Gusty winds, though up to 25 Miles an hour high in the forties. Today, temperatures staying in the forties overnight tonight and the rain showers continuing we could see some fog and places for tomorrow cloudy periods of rain and morning patchy fog high around 48. We could see highs in the upper forties, maybe 50 in places for Thanksgiving Day 36 now in O'Hare. The college basketball season begins tomorrow, but a number of teams are adjusting their schedules because a covert Tennessee Utah, Arizona, Oregon.
The Most Quoted Verse in the Bible - Character of God
"This exodus thirty, four, six, and seven. Yala. Yala a compassionate God and gracious slow to anger an abundance of loyal love and faithfulness keeper of loyal love for thousands forgiving of Iniquity Transgression and sin yet he will surely not clear the guilty visitor of the iniquity of fathers upon sons and upon the sons of sons upon the third and the fourth generations in that seer translation, your notes stem Yep. So maybe I'm guessing our listeners have probably heard least some of these lines before but John, can you remember back when we first started talking about this and before we took a deep dive into these verses what they mean what your perception was? Yes. So the first verse is really. Wonderful. Compassionate and gracious slow to anger abundant and loyal love and faithfulness like that's what you want. Any friends Those attributes are really lovely and so. No wonder it's requoted so much by biblical owners and in different ways, and then the second half of the verse it starts out really lovely to reinforces that God's keeper of loyal love for thousands and forgive her of Iniquities, transgressions and sins, and then it just all of a sudden takes a turn. Yet he will not clear the guilty. He will visit the iniquity upon the fathers and the sons and on their sons and their sons, the grandkids. To the third and fourth generation. And so it just ends with this like whoo. Guess Scott is after all what is this deal with like punishing grandkids for? And it's like you know when when you're writing something out in when I think of writing a memorable paragraph, I'm going to end with the thing that is I want the listener to really go away with and just like the last thought is the thought I want them to becomes a central thought. And the last thought here is about visiting iniquity generational. Yeah, which is intent. Yeah. Totally. And all those other thoughts like of being faithful and all those things like all center in the background. Yeah. Yeah I. Think when I've quoted this verse Or said Oh I, love this verse I stop after for Giver of Inequity Transgressions. Yeah because then you've. Got The goodies all the gods goodies you know. Before that point. So you're saying it's kind of like a bait and switch almost feel like I. Love You. I, love you. He's wonderful and he's going to punish your family you know. But that's interesting to think about it from that angle John, where from a modern communication standpoint you end with the thing that you really WanNa make sure they take away for long-term Seems to be a different communication strategy here. Where if there's a balance? It's almost like the first half of the statement is about God's compassion and generosity but then. The second half. is about how God's generosity is not licensed for people to go do whatever they want. There's judgment and accountability I. Guess the Balancing Act is more important than the final word. I just think that's interesting different communication strategy. And you showed Tim. We we've really dissecting days two verses in terms of their literary structure and our first video here on. This is GonNa be highlighted. Yes. Those two items happening here and there's all the symmetry and it's in the cemetry that I'm supposed to kind of walk away with appreciating the tension but also appreciating how much more highlighted God's attributes of faithfulness and and slow to anger and gracious. How much more these good attributes would we would call hatch abusive Are. Supposed to stick with us in terms of of being more important. Yeah. Even though there is attention but you only get there when you kind of appreciate all that literary design whereas a Western modern reader I'm just like well yeah it feels like ends. Big, punch.
"yala" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast
"Everybody around me and then it was really hurtful to like come through so much like when they were trying to get on the boat and they told him they couldn't because they weren't full japanese ot brought up piss me off so bad they you know they release it at a very solid time in the world. They yeah so for them so like go through their first. It's like so many up and downs. Because i you're like oh you can get on the boat because you you know you qualify on the boat so she can get on the boat but then she's like i just found out something about my mom so she runs back to her mom and then our endanger again and even then you would have been leaving your end behind You know. I'm saying your mom knew because she she was trying to unload her kids anytime she like. Hey can you just take my daughter. can you take my son. You know what. I'm trying to keep at least if i can get one of them. You know what. I'm saying then i can try to work on this one last thing i have to be stress about. I can get this next kid and help them out. You know what i'm saying but to like go from being on the high about on the boat in the low of finding out this is. What's wrong my mom. And the high of like we got another boat and then the low of them now separated from my mom and then the high of oh i found my mom and the low of. Oh my mom's i in yala together in the rap scene they they freak out. They could have kept that lesson. I thought it was cute. It was even the even though quadriplegic guys though he was trying to do he's doing a late q. Cute it was cute but so what. So what are your impressions. How do you feel..
The Wisdom of Solitude: Lessons from the Lives of the Prophets
"This Central Hall of the the The story of that. He was patient he worshiped to Lawson with the Iowa and he had He for good of a lawsuit with And he worshipped unless of hand with and now I wanNA talk more about the West at the end inshallah in a suicide a lawsuit Donna. He says what could I be a you? But if Netanyahu anemic sunny shave volatile be mostly deal. I that that also handled. Honest hid a you an ISA cooled Sultani with Diana and said and remember also a you when he cooled to his Lord indeed shape on has touched me with hardship and tool meant so you set up. He he cool onto the island and he gave a reason for what's happened to him. He Sang that shape on has touched me. Yeah and in each on his touch me with hardship and torment now. Some of the they discuss this and they said how Schon can cause a physical impact. Shaddad can home you physically? But even his west West and He's whispers and the problem is that that causes us also being touched by shape which can need to as what happened with the you. Any Center. AH punishment either but he became repulsive to people. They don't WanNa see him or hear. So we we spoke about Shield Danny You know he classified the site in which it narrates that They will to companion so these are the the the two people I said. There was the wife of a Ubani Sadda- But also two companions that he had two people that did keep in touch with him and one of them said that you. Salaam he must have committed a really bad said he must have done. Something really displeasing to a loss of hand with full loss of hunting with the honor to afflicting with what he's going through the other person who who had this he went and told this to you and this made him very sad and so he's going through this situation with you know he's got this illness he's been left by people all of this and now he has this this makes him feel even less and he goes to relieve himself and his wife used to hold his hand and help him and on his way back unless hunter without a inspired him and to Strike his foot and we'll to began to flow and when you He used that water to cleanse himself. He'd be restored back to health so much. So that in some of the narrations it says that his wife she sold him as she didn't recognize she was looking for her husband. She sees mine. She doesn't recognize him and he says this is me this is are you ready set up. And he had returned back to is healthy He's healthy self heavily now. How long did that go on for? I've mentioned this in a few minutes but this is different narration. Some say seven years some say thirteen years some say eighteen years. There's one says fouteen but the the most you know all the more common almost but the more common opinions I found with thirteen or eighteen. Thirteen or eighteen. Years you buddy. Saddam was in the state that he was in in Charlotte in Charlotte. Leaving this situation that we find ourselves in many many of the people that have cooled virus and having another in an outfit within five seven fourteen days in Charlotte not more than And the the the effects are no way like what we describe. Anybody went through But in Chama after bites it's over for many as we know you know most allies with except the Michaud had the you. Enter them into Bosa in Shaw You set up this. The suffering of his. It went on for years over a decade according to the majority of GonNa unless with added that gave him well fulsome so off the what he'd gone through off the what happened with returned to him. He's family a lesson with the return to him gave him wealth and he once again became wealthy and this was awful years of a USA. Saddam being patient and a you Alyssa being steadfast in worshiping a loss on some of the some of the lessons that we can take from his story festival that patients and not wish it was so beloved. Awesome Hollywood island unless one hundred crazy Many times in the car. One of the lessons that we can take from this is that these are the true real role models for us so With so cool up An children are cool up in looking at and following the lives of people On this planet whether they're in this country on doesn't might just people who really we shouldn't we shouldn't follow their lives. We should know about their lives. Because there's there's no later in unfortunately And people like this like a you by Saddam. They are role models without appraises. His patients would you know who the unless without his is. We found him. Being patients must without testifies to the fact that he was patient meaning. He didn't say a bad thing he didn't think about that. He focused on worshiping a loss of handle at the Anna asking less of handle it to relieve hoping to relieve his suffering and the prophets were given special powers and abilities to kill themselves or other people as another Nessin that we take from this This story if he could he would kill himself. But when the prophets in messages perform miracles or killed people. Did these things. These were things that loss. Hanno with Ireland made happen. It's not something that they could do of themselves. And so even now in the Times that we live we know that the only one the we should be timing too is with. We should turn to him to solve our problems all suffering anything that window looking for any hopes Any dreams that we have the only one that can realize there is a lesson harmless. Nobody else And that's that's such a powerful lesson from this story that if a loss of Hannibal Donnas prophets and messengers had to be patient and worship and made to him. Is that anything or anyone else that we can turn to now. That is going to help us. No because if such a thing they would've told us about that but there isn't the only one the only thing that we can turn to in any time is a muscle and that's why I said at the beginning everything's changed but nothing's changed because these facts have always been the case So he mentioned shape on had harmed and so we he Shift the He talks about how he presents the reality he presents the fact that Chaban had done this team. But that's not to make an excuse and say you know I might for us that we may commit sins and say well. It wasn't me my shape on made me do it now. Okay Tapper Yala. I may talk. I returned to you and in shot I won't help. Strength from you in overcoming shape on his Westwood etc
15 Killed in Southern Thailand in the Worst Violence in Years
"Authorities in Thailand say at least fifteen people are dead after militants attacked a security checkpoint in the south of the country as Michael Sullivan reports the violence erupted last night authorities say the attack occurred late Tuesday night in Yala province and that the majority of the dead were village defense force volunteers at least five people were wounded several weapons were stolen by the attackers as well it was the worst single attack in years in Thailand's Muslim majority south where a separatist insurgency has left nearly seven thousand dead since two thousand for the three southern provinces of yellow pot the knee and a rocky what are roughly eighty percent Muslim while the rest of Thailand is overwhelmingly Buddhist there's been no claim of responsibility for the
"yala" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
"Three smart is joining us from Virginia. Smart you Dr. How you doing? Are you doing? How are you? You guys are right on target because you can be I point to make. It's funny. Racist dependency. In. White president. And then you have this lacks jump. You know? Know female, and you know, show is, you know. Potential any. I guess, you know, if all the talk. Remember couple months ago that when he was a Cheerios commercial in black and white. The internet in YouTube and everything is just it was just a bit Yala Katri crook. You know? I mean, it was so much. You can do call or doctoral. Remember Cheerios commercial? I think I know the way you're talking. The supreme PF. If it's even told me about lacking coming together when man with a white woman, and they had a child this is, you know, picking. TV show when white man president just have to have is black groom, then you know, all high much attention. In fact, is probably now named for any like. That's not like. Hangers. I wanna get reactions because you right? I'm just knowing so many people. Seen it. But I just don't understand, you know, this is being sites and these candle parties and everything threes in the black community, whatever it's Thursday. He comes on TV. What's going on here? What's happening with? I would say it on for Archer? chair. Undestand is what's your understanding of the context? Berge ample when I saw that Cheerios commercial. I thought that the man line on the count. That wasn't a positive just the way he looked. Could have been standing up in having shirt and tile name like, you know. Somebody as was just talked about lazy black people. The news today. So. If like if you understand the system. The system is there for vestiges doesn't wanna give. Oh, man. Because we take a quick break and smart stay with well folks conversation called Fran Intel Dr Wilson on the radio, she's breaking down eight hundred four.
Pennsylvania AG: Vatican knew of cover-up
"Station state official who led the investigation and a child abuse by priests. And Pennsylvania says the Vatican was aware of the cover up coming up on twelve o'clock on k. g. o. I'm Brett burkhart. We'll get you back to Ethan Bearman in a moment. First, Pennsylvania's attorney general. Josh Shapiro says he can't speak to whether pope Francis was informed. But he says, there is evidence that news of the cover up actually reached the Vatican these predator priests raped little children. They abused children, bishops knew about it and covered it up. They lied to parisioners. They lied to the public. They lied to law enforcement and then they wrote it all down the grand jury report names up to three hundred priests who abused two thousand children over the past seven decades in Pennsylvania. Yala Gatien's have other attorneys general opening up investigations. Because some of the priests who are named were moved to other states within the Catholic church
Hawaii volcano's blue flames trigger fears of explosions
"A bit earlier than usual sixmonth hurricane season doesn't normally begin until june i mean time in hawaii the killer way of volcano continues to erupt and now it's making blue fire methane gas seeping through the volcanic cracks creating and blue flames nbc's miguel mcguire tells the today show this morning conditions showed no sign of improving yala just say earth rattling fissures that went dormant are now gushing geysers blue methane gas flaring out of cracks in the row river of lava has been flowing into residential neighborhoods on the big island forcing thousands out of their homes road rage in new york city leading a man driving an suv to run over a motorcyclist bike was destroyed the cyclist hospitalized i'll started yesterday midtown with an argument over bad driving between the driver and the motorcyclist and the road rage apparently went on for more than forty city blocks driver of the suv's now facing charges he says he was framed the motorcyclist would damage his car so he random over an amazon apologizing to a woman in portland oregon after her alexa device recorded a private conversation and sent it out to somebody on her family's contact list earlier this month the woman and her husband got a call from someone who works for her husband saying he received a recording of a private conversation in the couple's home couple told amazon would happen the company apologized saying it's engineers will fix it couple say they have a number of amazon echo devices in their home.
Hamas kills man wanted in attack on Palestinian PM
"Camara sabi today as the uk government tries to get an e you wide show of support in its row with russia the british foreign secretaries comparison of president putin and adolf hitler strikes a raw nerve in moscow nobody has the right to insult the russian people who defeated not season and lost more than twenty five million people by comparing our country to nazi germany we'll have the latest on a deepening diplomatic rift also a year after the westminster terror attack the british empire you tried to save the life of a policeman they're already couple of offices trying to stop the blood globe huge loss of blood and i said can i can i help our meditate train and they said tell us what to do and syrian rebel fighters begin leaving a besieged area near damascus all of that after the news hello i'm jerry smith with the bbc news syrian rebel fighters and their families have begun leaving the town of harass sta in eastern gouta as part of an evacuation deal thirteen government soldiers were exchanged for five rebel fighters as the first step syrian state television says that twenty seven fighters are among two hundred people to have left the town so far martin patience has more details this russian broker dealers the first evacuation of rebels from eastern goethe the fighters belong to the group of sham i'm wearing control of the town of harare star but after being surrounded and bombarded by the syrian regime they agree to deal guaranteeing their safe passage similar agreements have andy fighting elsewhere in syria negotiations are believed to be underway with the two main ramble groups still operating in the besieged area yeah one of ukraine's most famous legislators has been arrested after being accused by prosecutors have planning an armed attack on parliament and supporting a coup legislators were shown secretly film video said to show knowledge searching code discussing an attack ms savchenko is seen by many as a war hero she was captured fighting separatist rebels in eastern ukraine and held for nearly two years in a russian jail the group hamas says demanded suspects in the attempted assassination of the palestinian prime minister has died of his wounds yala now reports from jerusalem hamas which controls gaza heard earlier released a photograph and the name of that chief suspect offering a reward for information on his whereabouts they then put up checkpoints.
"yala" Discussed on The Read
"On this because him making something up like that just to hurt you so that you see half heels or whatever is i mean kind of funny in a petty way don't looming asas like did you deserve it probably but he should have done that i don't will be not know he should not have done it at all but the fact that he's playing games like that leads me now the job on needs to be married like best best goofy an immature and childish appears to be like oh well that is why did you notice that have felt so i made up a lie about cheating so there you would be devastated bits y ole does that i don't think y'all should be getting married at y'all probably should be breaking up but the bare minimum yasser be going the counseling to like workout your trust issues 'cause they're they're on both sides especially because now he's opened up the door to ido i feel like if he still feels its way and his secretly harboring resentments where'd you because of the times that you've stepped outside of y'all's relationship even in minor ways you still dated so address the who knows if he's not gonna hold onto those uh resentful feelings images cheat on you eventually anyway whether yala married or knob at by that point who knows in my happen it might not he might come up with another ladder fuck which are emotions it's just the y'all have a lot going on even in just a short email and adult they dis issues can be worked out without a licence therapists that the both of you are seeing so i would recommend that but i certainly would not mary this man in so y'all have figured your shit out because you don't trust each other so don't bertha yeah that's how i feel about it that's gonna wrap up the questions for this week cindy yours to ask the read a gmailcom and we'll be back to sponsor blue apron his leading mule kids delivery service in the us were many people know what blue apron does many don't know about the types of meals you eat when you cook with blue apron like quick bucatini with broccoli and pekka reno cheese and italianstyle shrimp in sweet upper.
"yala" Discussed on The MMQB: 10 Things
"He's so i don't know if it's a great system fit plus the c go get it types tend to be in traditional 43 schemes where there's a little bit of space around them which kind of creates that margin for error in whitehead has the physical attributes to correct himself if he's wrong in that space so a team needing a four three linebacker who can play a few different spots that's who goes in signs omb into whitehead's credit and i don't think it's going to translate the huge money for him but to his credit he has become more disciplined player over the years he's he's more disciplined now than yala's early in his career he was a wild horse in the first few years abor williamson i mean he's been sort of the it's something of a rock in that day in that tennessee line backing gore last couple of years it doesn't make it did he make sense in a in a mike rabl defense good question how i want us of how big is williamson because i as i'm visualizing him as we're talking i don't think he's an overly large linebacker night i think that will matter to variable i think he does want bigger thumping type of becker's i'm looking up williamson's 245 in he's not small seeing one now he was i thought editor pretty big when he was come out in the draft yeah well the fbi he's a good player he he is he's a three down player in that there aren't a lot of guys that way to 45 that are three down guys so i feel better about him thinking about like that now let's also were that's what his weight is listed at where does that mean that's what he ways when he gets in the flow of the season.
"yala" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"In the fifth song embassy in yala to chat have y'all the black people the all do this up his i don't want to start a stereotype when i am asking a letter from michigan it to start a stereotype uh let's do it so you know they go out to a strip club and uh is like magic mike showers something like that a r agro bafq is up onstage a list at is do eta uh his name oh maybe they announced they announced it yeah uh is proud of you know that's one that's probably nine israel may day too right trip anton whatever the answer anton you of riots on mcgillicuddy superhero there were there who adds armor he likes are you my my my one and only time i've been to a strip club story look quick bowlers okay so i'm in college lake first you have college i'm a in college and my friends in the dorm like oh let's go someplace um blah blah blah and they had all plotted like and acted like it was a spontaneous decision they'd come to what they are trying to get me to go and i was like i sure but they didn't say where they were going socket in the the car and were driving environs i had been in you'd get its in the middle of the day mind you is not nighttime um we get to this building and we get inside in it's like hundreds of women like screaming and i'm like what the fuck is biz next thing i know the lights dim the new here will go onto the stage miss jews lulu or whatever the fuck so swift his guts well no compared with prince nubian.
"yala" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"The station right now because we need him here on this here because we already have a friend of quarterback our offense is already going to be shaky this thing and now we have no we have no no offense seats in two thousand we're roused his hatem and you're still lost so a difference as a may day god cutlets bless he he may be built not make them any fighting and when they come i just short answer i just saw sergey open 'teaser would teach yala plan afc championship game lots of the tennessee titans right you have to add some extraordinary craft tacitly and for us too little fat game extraordinary crap lost faustin off they helmet may not doubt kills he was not day was unconscious wanted to feel come on that was a lot for natural happened in on that saying that no reason we should allow uh shook kisha did job not have a seventy point why did you not have a seventeen point late yeah yes we did it added to lose that yeah yeah you might still hold alone accuser hold on forfeiting is seventy point lee is not a freak accident and not only that you talked about the kansas city chiefs right as you come up just shot just shot just suck you've been whereas the last three years okay you ever wanted anything you ever want a super bowl says the 70s we talk about just shy i allott photo lab he bought went bad weather at once.
"yala" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
"Two man we pay glad to stem the and when i look didn't do do the day after opener at dav thorough lee but i think that you do that that debt liz p n broad a d i can bring the poyton the wearing gain upward like acid rain that at the glory he taketh ron yala come as acid they're made of it in in there and yet muscle president begin halewood grappling georgia pull malevich and i relative low side is headed gate damn viewing popular that you my fellow little out of that we can to the little cast in the middle way in the middle yup tommy if you've got a fair pick a triple yuck put it in my make living you'll shot fumbled away fleming won't work during any i'm john mccain went on were not a penny last day they cannot law everybody would which is then well god god were thrown four godoi i've learned hill god were warm foot long been gone law we in the bar when you've been on the loan dogma mobile home noor was that that vein point that liam payne.
"yala" Discussed on The Android Police Podcast
"Indeed so on moving on to uh the copy section of the show on because not that was running at all while way paid for some reviews on best buy his website because took like dumb or whatever you'd like it just didn't pay ray you they just they asked their fake added sands their most rabid fans they're like hey tell us why you are excited for the may ten pro but do weight at this late and it was linked to the best by listing for the preorder of the founder of course everybody went over there in the last five star reviews talking about how awesome power as now how how great the phones going to be that they don't have um enter over a hundred of them and while way does not understand why that was a bad idea i mean they do now because the they did apologise actually didn't even some eating apology manning mike i asked about its own note i seen i've seen the state it doesn't read like an apology recycled heads they're saying like will but you know we didn't tell them to do that and they you know they were expressing their interest in the phone the and they tried to imply that it's like people had the phone to talk about like nobody will know they're they're they're apollo yala's in their apology wasn't were sorry we did this they're apology was uh will they weren't paid for it so i don't see what the problems it's like listen i mean i didn't tell your dog to tear apart your beanbag here because i for the stake incite it but i thought responsible for what flake is you know i can see how maybe you could look at it that way but yeah this is very item in china and at wiping like hey this is a great this is a great online marketing tactic i you know i bet that happens all the time in china and everybody is just like whatever that's how it goes but you do that here.
"yala" Discussed on Go Time
"Hm while genes healthy that answers the question if not a reformatted and asked another way and it will will address it if we have of a more full understanding that will just going back to the microsoft thing i like to introduce a little bit of a meta conversation because it's something that adam and i think about and i'm sure yala thought about and just trying to navigate life with a job and also what all just for lack of a better term cali personal brand or like the person that you are and both of you have your recently joined microsoft as employees and you do a lot of your public speaking uh in con in that context here you're doing open source in that context now whether on the job off the job how do you deal with like putting on and taking off the corn quote microsoft hat and the way that that signals too you know your friends and followers online and went on you go first eric that's a tough question number yet so actually part part of the appeal to this job words you know in in a lot of the discussions early on was that you know we were to be ourselves rightly we were to be genuine an altruistic and there's not really this push from uh executives are marketing for for brian and i to run around in and shout from the rooftops like everybody use our stuff rate malone um knew we had a lot of opportunity to contribute and things but they just want us to be us and you know if if i'm excited about a product i'll talk about it and if i am not crazy about it you know i won't talk about it but one of the interesting things though is that we get the opportunity to use a lot of this stuff freight the you know things if we didn't have time to play with uh when this was an our job so a chaos which is our our managed gubernatorial we got to play with that like before it was.
"yala" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson
"The caliphate was the draw isis itself was never the draw the draw was the caliphate the draw was that stretch of land that they were gonna make all dares under which they would wage their war to spread you know whatever ideology you know what i'm saying whatever german in but it's not just you know isis which is essentially the same group it's expanded and change was name for budgets and that's all they're gonna do what their caliphate by definition is like a form of government their old was that caliphate and that's what they were promise into their followers that's where drew so many people and so is not just the fact that you mending that was a bigger yeah that was the big deal and um and and like what we're whereas that conversation you keep on saying that you want people to understand why you want to ban these people from coming in at people fuca maybe it would be good as an administration for you too um explain things like the caliphate you know what i'm saying it's a make them understand this wasn't just measure z about taken out isis fighters because in essence we're going to have to deal with them all around the world as they scatter like the world because they are but the fact is they are scattering because their caliphate did they think that they were destined by their god to create has been obliterated that was the draw that has now cut the mall so i it goes in the you know what i'm saying this is like one of those one of those things about politics and politicians they're like blog me is that you really really want people to understand what is our yala g is so deadly why dole's overcome things which is probably talk about you know you should probably talk.
"yala" Discussed on That Awful Sound
"I you know we had done the starting line and you said the starting line and just remembering the my first experience for the starting line it was like okay that sends the right kind of shivers up my spine uncle sam um just the just the thought of the starting line and then i watched the video and literally before a single word was spoken i was like yeah this is an episode of like just shock and awe shark yes over it over now one thing i wanted to say about my experience the starting wanna cut it talked about this the first time we talked about it i was never to disband i was a huge fan of papandreou but my only experience with the starting line before covering them on this show was win a girlfriend who was like a year older and like two years cooler than me because she was smoking cigarettes and had a lip reaches smoking cloves and had a liberal dang and she she made me a personalized copy of what's the name of this this their debut l p again say it like you mean it how do i know this stuff still why kept wanting to see like through being cool horrors day what you are yet or nothing gold can stay no it say it like you mean it she made me a personalized copy of this like she made cover art that was like different than the actual cover it was like a clients yala's personalized there was like a coal lodge like thing that she cut out stripes of like gold paper and mike put it all together and she's like i love this ban mike a year here we go and i was like i was doing home is like no no i'm never talking to you again i didn't i probably didn't tell her i was probably like more you know politic political about it but a i wasn't into it at the time anything for that thing bang you know what i mean.
"yala" Discussed on The Minimalists Podcast
"Dude i have more echoes the news today yeah i just i just i'm sorry not rechose added value yes indeed things that are adding value to my life yeah um well you mentioned my movie made me think of uh get out i finally so i know you're you're recommended that like a while ago but do them movie will so you're right do you like on the edge of your seat the whole time i feel like most of us who are consumers we are in the sunken place right and i when we in that that got consumer mindset like that's where you are it is sort of like sitting there like space style and the sunken place anyway i don't wanna given dennis spoilers because you can easily ruin that film here by yala says led blankets i should from so many different angles it's really good yeah other sleeved at that okay the two things that have been adding vita my life i want to be very clear these are not recommendations because i'm just talking about a couple of supplements i've been taking one of them just czarists aspire media he for those of you who don't know jeff services you probably have heard of spare media who wants it pretty much may josh and his website what beautiful yeah he recommended this i think it's pronounced the nine t h e a n i n e i'ma anyway the inning thinning maybe that's what it is a seltzer m so he was basically giving me some like intermittent fasting taps uh how to you know gets more energy without.
"yala" Discussed on Rose Pricks: A Bachelor Roast
"Of the bachelor and so that you could see or bachelorette eating watched bachelorette issued did you know you did so they could seal the guys who are going to be without paradise of course she watched it she's like oh yeah so how was it for you and he's like owes good you know she's like oh did you whatever reveal anything yeah i talked about mom on the show okayed shut the fuck up you saw his season stupid yard she's like wasylyk thing yourself on tv vic oh my god i hate it and it was so hard adding on tv again the meanwhile back at the back at the ranch christina is like i can't uh i can't don't want anybody who's not shot who's much sure yes you do bech halo who is the real beam where is dean i know you are deemed for like two weeks so then moving out reveal yeah dean in the low come back and they're like being your anatoly alexis is like really what the fuck balls that makes a brass of balls yala fight i received that crosscutting pools look yeah mussa steal k yoshi comes back him everything and cruces like louis kiel and daniels like team at mean drive and christina goes to the bar with everyone induce looking at the floor and his legs sir how are you too good how are you anna danielle it's like yeah he's going to her then he's going to her and he's going to her then he's going to her what a dick.
"yala" Discussed on Inquiring Minds
"It gave us this huge advantage in the animal kingdom because all of a sudden creditors could be deflected an at this and you really could protect ourselves than we could do all these things that we couldn't do before a primarily be this idea of cooking as the prosthetic oregon i think gives the in the part that i think it's like really mindblowing i love in the contrast to today's modern culture where time is always in short supply that fire really moulded us by giving us time to do a number of things and develop and i've actually heard it described that it actually really was responsible for changing even e look a just functionally changing how our brain operates it open up all these landscapes there were unavailable for us which is an interesting t i would never so seed fire to like having impact on our creativity right well apparently leg once we were able to eat cooked foods the break actually grew at an accelerated pace eight which is just mindblowing to think about that we are already this species and still there are significant changes happening to our to our chemistry let alone like our capabilities yeah well this is actually something good some i don't know if you're familiar with the book natural born cyborgs by andy clarke um this guy's a cognitive philosopher and he hasn't whole theory of mind where he basically says that our tools are very much cognitive appendages they're very much our secondskin they're very much are exosed skeleton iphone therefore i am in the whole idea is that mines like ours are made for mating up that uman mind exists in the feedback loops balloon brains tools and environments that are cognition is distributed between biological and non biological drops in scaffoldings and so this began may be with things like byron also stolen tools which eventually shrank our jaws but there is this physio logical symbiotic relationship between humans and tech that i think it's fascinating it's like our culture of bekcer is yala jr our instruments back our physio college.
"yala" Discussed on Weekend Observations with Stu and Jr.
"Don't do it in australia don't do it in the philippines where pack yala's from and lives it somewhere else i dunno i don't even know if i want it in vegas put it in london who knows who cares little without love to see what's that i would just love to see espn say i thought it was great like i thought it was a tremendous every time you go to australia for an event it's like sunny and beautiful you know i would like to see in madison square garden pack yao horn and no philippines nor stralia and judges nothing just dr nokia dan dockage it still guts let's let's go three guys it really don't care i just wanna see a good fight and score flight let's go liberal i love it i love it and our added take it could even be there they should be nuts tyson call me other radio show duke of its own you know we got a tweet here you could by the way 1800flowerscom twitter feed at espn dory you're at dead dockage already sb being radio snackfood jake i watched every punch of the fight and i have seen this a couple of times it was closer than people are saying many had one good round and we talk about the ninth and every other round was a tossup you know why would it right and i hope that's the case i because you love the aggressiveness of war while he's getting pounded and he's not landing at lee and he said this after the fight he was the one that was stepping forward he was throwing a lotta punches and that's true and so if you do giddy he for effort or whatever the great ray for effort over the phrase goes whatever.