37 Burst results for "Yesterday"

Fresh "Yesterday" from Jim Bohannon

Jim Bohannon

00:55 sec | 42 min ago

Fresh "Yesterday" from Jim Bohannon

"To four in Evanston Tiger Woods He shot four over in the opening round of the PGA Championship Rory McIlroy sits at the top of the leaderboard at 5 under Jared Payton WGN sports The forecast now from the WGN Chicago weather center meteorologists to meet your savory The high temperature climbs at 85° by the afternoon Friday We'll see a 40% chance for rain and some of those storms could be strong later in the day Saturday we're up to 65° a 60% chance for showers and thunderstorms That rain could linger throughout much of the morning and afternoon Sunday we dry out we'll get some sunshine high temperature of 63 and Monday we're up to 65° with mostly sunny skies I'm WGN meteorologist Demetrius ivory And right now taking a look across the area we just have clouds out there in the sky No rain just yet We are a lot warmer than we were this time yesterday Right now 70° at O'Hare 71 at midway a little cooler as you head to inland a.

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Catherine Glenn Foster Shuts Down Jamie Raskin on Abortion

Mark Levin

01:28 min | 7 hrs ago

Catherine Glenn Foster Shuts Down Jamie Raskin on Abortion

"Catherine Glenn foster was a witness at a hearing yesterday on Capitol Hill in the house They had a hearing on their abortion bill Or the abortion bills being proposed And Jamie Raskin whose father was famously a red we connections or beliefs tied to the old Soviet Union is a big Democrat now out of Maryland because it's hard to tell a difference between The New York Times as Walter Durant and The New York Times has Jamie Raskin who they love Congressman So the Republicans have their witness Catherine Glen foster and listen to this because she shuts this guy down and he doesn't know where to go Cut four go Is candidly and openly calling for a nationwide ban on all abortions with no exceptions for rape or incest And if I've got that wrong I would invite miss foster to correct me Do I have a wrong yes or no If we added Raven and exceptions would you vote for it Okay I reclaim my time Of course Well she asked you a question And the answer is no

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Fresh update on "yesterday" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

00:50 sec | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "yesterday" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"Week on northwest news radio we reported about the name image and likeness rule on top of it transportal which has created a chaotic dog eat dog world in college football Yesterday Alabama head coach Nick Saban claimed the Texas a and M's paid players Basically bought the top recruiting class in the country Aggies coach Jimbo Fisher didn't pull any punches replying to Sabin's allegations Some people think they're God We build him up to be the Tsar of football go dig into his past or invites every coach with him You can find out anything you want to find out What he does and how he does it This despicable It should be an interesting game between Bama and the aggies October 8th in Tuscaloosa Pitt all American receiver Jordan Addison one of the best in college football transferring to Southern California Tiger Woods started the PGA Championship in Oklahoma well but faded to shoot at four over par 74 his playing partner Rory McIlroy grabbed the lead with a 500 par 65.

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Carl Cameron: Republicans Have Become Purveyors of Misinformation

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:19 min | 14 hrs ago

Carl Cameron: Republicans Have Become Purveyors of Misinformation

"So here she is with Carl Cameron yesterday on MSNBC or maybe it was the day before yesterday. Talking about disinformation and the hatred that comes from, oh, I don't know, Americans like you and me. I mean, obviously, a mass shooter is responsible for the violence and the heinous acts that the mass shooter committed. It is also true that the ideology left in the mass shooters screed mirrors the ideology, championed by Tucker Carlson. What happens at Fox News when something like this happens? I can't even imagine. It's partly why I ended up getting out of there. It really is kind of horrible to think that journalists with national and international capacity are putting together this type of nonsense. I think the president did a great job. I wish he had done a lot of this a lot sooner and we need a lot more from the left and the middle. And we got to watch out because the Republicans have become the purveyors of misinformation. And when our two party system is broken like that, democracy is seriously in trouble. The president acknowledged that it's time to actually start doing things and maybe taking some names and putting people in jail.

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Turkey's leader says 'no' to Sweden and Finland's NATO bid

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 19 hrs ago

Turkey's leader says 'no' to Sweden and Finland's NATO bid

"President Biden is hosting leaders from Finland and Sweden today as their bids to join NATO hit a roadblock Turkey's president says his nation will reject the applications a day after his top diplomat gave mixed messages about Finland and Sweden becoming NATO members We understand their secret concerns but turkey has secured the concerns should be also met NATO makes decisions by consensus in each of the 30 members can veto a membership bid President Biden said yesterday he was optimistic I think we're going to be okay The U.S. fully backs both bids with Pentagon chief Lloyd Austin telling his Swedish counterpart both countries have modern militaries that would boost NATO Your addition to the alliance will make us all better at defending ourselves Sagar Meghani Washington

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Joe Scarborough: Pennsylvania Republicans Want Results to Be Delayed

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 1 d ago

Joe Scarborough: Pennsylvania Republicans Want Results to Be Delayed

"Joe Scarborough had a conspiracy theory today and I'm not going to play it It's just so stupid even for him He says the Republicans in Pennsylvania the legislature specifically once these election results delayed Unlike in Florida in some of the other states so when they lose they could complain at its fixed As their winning early on Now the problem with Joe Scarborough is not only does he have a low IQ He doesn't know how to read he doesn't know how to research from his bungalow in Jupiter Florida with the misses The formerly meek brzezinski Now make a blazing ski Scarborough Chip off the old block there It was the Democrat governor and the Democrat rogue Supreme Court that changed the election laws of Pennsylvania In Pennsylvania as I said yesterday I grew up where I used to work the precincts we would know the results of the elections by the end of the evening Typically by ten or 11 at night We would know The changes came with the Democrat party in violation of the federal constitution Article two which we've talked about at length and the refusal of the Supreme Court at least four justices to take up the case We have now voter harvesting and Pennsylvania but it was never approved Were you have no signature verification that was never proved Were they expanded absentee ballots That was never proved

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Did Chuck Schumer Forget That the Left Celebrates Replacement Theory?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:15 min | 1 d ago

Did Chuck Schumer Forget That the Left Celebrates Replacement Theory?

"This Batman. Hey, senator Schumer. What do you call the replacement theory when you guys do it? What do you do, what do you say when you do it? Last night, Tucker Carlson ran a Montage of all the Democrats. Crowing about illegals replacing American voters. They call it shifting demographics. They call it turning Texas blue. It's the replacement theory. And they've bragged about it for years. I played a clip for you yesterday where Joe Biden bragged about it. He said it's going to be a good thing when whites are in the minority. The Democrats have been very transparent. In appreciating the influx of illegals into America for electoral gain.

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New York Red Flag Law Missed the Buffalo Shooter

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:02 min | 1 d ago

New York Red Flag Law Missed the Buffalo Shooter

"No, Matt, I don't know if you were on the air on Sunday. I got a day to absorb the buffalo atrocity before I had to comment on it in between there occurred the Orange County atrocity. And so I'm able to talk. I've been on the air live when shootings have occurred. And I was on the air live with 9 11. It's always hard to speak into that. But yesterday, Chuck Schumer blamed Fox News for it. I always think the Democrats go a bridge too far. I always think it's mental illness combined. And this kid's a racist. He's obviously fell into the rabbit hole of replacement theory and other weird nonsense. That comes out of white supremacist supremacism that needs to be denounced. But what do you say when the gun control advocates arrive? And New York has a red flag law, a red flag law that did not work. I like red flag laws. They're called stop orders in Arizona. Severe threat order of protection. I like that. It didn't work. It's on the books. What more can we do? I also support red flag laws. And I think this is a clear case of the system failing. The system's failing at every level, the shooter was referred to a mental health evaluation, which he confesses in one of his journal entries he manipulated in order to get a pass. So people weren't paying attention at the school. They weren't paying attention at the medical level. I also am very curious about the family situation. You know, he was there in the house with during the pandemic. That's where he says he began his radicalization. What were the parents doing? So this is a systemic failure. And I do think that we have to be aware that this subculture exists online and people have to be very wary of it and prepare to direct kids away from it. But you also need to have a situation where people in positions of authority are aware of these sorts of threats as they emerge and do what they can to stop them in the case of New York where you did have a red flag law. I think more needed to be done to prevent this young man from obtaining me awful weapons.

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Mail in Ballots Could Determine Outcome of PA Primary

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:19 min | 1 d ago

Mail in Ballots Could Determine Outcome of PA Primary

"Who's going if you had to bet your house right now? Who's going to be the Republican nominee for the Pennsylvania Senate seat? Oh boy, we go from brown's playoff eyes to an even harder question. What I want to know, I don't mean to duck your question, but literally what we are trying to figure out this morning is how many mail in ballots need to be counted. And my answer depends on when we can get that question answered. Because McCormick has been leading mehmet Oz in the mail in ballots by about 9 points. So there's the potential there if there's enough of them that he could overtake on that. But we're trying to nail down how many there are. And there's a great idea. What's the minimum number of them that are out there, do you think? So what we think is what, in terms of yesterday morning, we got to count from the state in terms of returned Republican mail in ballots. And as of right now, there are about 20,000 fewer of those counted than there were returned as of yesterday. So I think it's reasonable that there's about 20,000 of those.

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'2000 Mules' Has Blown Up... And It's Making Fox News Look Horrible

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:34 min | 1 d ago

'2000 Mules' Has Blown Up... And It's Making Fox News Look Horrible

"My documentary 2000 mules has broken out into the political and cultural mainstream. It's now become kind of unstoppable. In fact, today, at the European Union, a group, I think there are Dutch members of parliament. They have announced a screening of the movie followed by a discussion of the worldwide worldwide problem of election fraud. Yesterday, The Washington Post published a in depth and I mean in depth conversation a Q&A, it was kind of a feisty conversation. It involves actually a guy who's kind of obsessed with this issue. Philip bump, the national correspondent for The Washington Post. He's written like 6 articles about it. And he finally, well, I invited him to do a debate, and he said, well, I don't know about a debate, but maybe we can do a point counterpoint in exchange in The Washington Post. We talked for about an hour on Monday and I didn't expect him to publish the whole conversation, but he did. And it's awesome. I mean, when I printed it out, 23 pages long, so it's thousands of words. And as I was reading it, I was obviously focusing on the content. To be honest, I think he kind of got me, but that's not the reality. You could read and figure it out for yourself. Tomorrow, by the way, I'm going to do an in depth and discussion of that article and some of the other so called refutations. Of the movie. But as I was reading it, I was thinking to myself, you know, here is a movie that's being discussed, AD nauseam in The Washington Post, and yet it has not been mentioned on Fox News. So I think all of this is starting to, well, it's making Fox News look

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Big winners and losers from Tuesday’s primaries

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 1 d ago

Big winners and losers from Tuesday’s primaries

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Americans Likely to Boycott Companies They Disagree With

The Trish Regan Show

00:52 sec | 2 d ago

Americans Likely to Boycott Companies They Disagree With

"I'll tell you this, Americans are so over it. There was a poll that just came out conducted with Trafalgar and the convention of states action in which they found that the overwhelming majority of Americans from all political backgrounds say that they're likely to boycott companies, they disagree with, which is an indicator that regardless of what side a company chooses to take, it's kind of a losing battle for companies. I mean, why get into this? In the first place, Disney, right? At least Netflix is figuring that out. I told you yesterday about how Netflix, which by the way, is a stock to watch because it's gotten beaten down so much. But Netflix is common to the realization that, hey, we got to serve our customers. And if our employees don't like it, too bad. And so it's important to offer a diversity of product. It's important to stay out of politics.

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Politico Urges Biden Admin to Blame Fox News for Buffalo Shooting

Mark Levin

01:55 min | 2 d ago

Politico Urges Biden Admin to Blame Fox News for Buffalo Shooting

"Here's cut 12 A Politico reporter to Karin Jin pair on Air Force One today urges her to blame Fox News And the GOP from mass shootings cut 12 goats Yesterday you were asked a couple of times about whether or not certain commentators and media whether or not certain members of the Republican Party as well should share some blame and amplifying replacement theory It seems like the administration at this point is not calling out by name some of those people that have in fact amplified that theory Can you walk through the thinking of the president and The White House of why Barack Obama Obama has amplified it I'll mention a few Joe Biden in the past is amplified at the Democrat party has promoted in an amplified it People on MSNBC and CNN have promoted it and amplified it Scholars so called experts so called in our faculty with tenure They've written treatises on it Does that help your pal Go ahead It's not effective to call them out or do you feel that it's not effective Will you call them out by name So here we have a so called reporter Hat tip right scoop Whose insisting that the murder that took place in Buffalo Be projected upon Fox News and hosts This is sick When the guy hated Fox News hated Fox News and conservatives Go ahead The people who spread this filth know who they are And they should be ashamed of themselves But I'm not going to give them or give them or their noxious ideas They're pushing the attention that they desperately want But you are a mouthpiece for one of them

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Peter Doocy Inquires Why Biden Goes to Buffalo, Misses Waukesha

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:17 min | 2 d ago

Peter Doocy Inquires Why Biden Goes to Buffalo, Misses Waukesha

"Peter doocy remains my hero, the Fox News White House correspondent. If you remember yesterday's show, I said I sure hope Peter doocy asks. Jean Pierre, the new White House press secretary, why is Biden rushing to buffalo when he didn't go to walk a Shaw? Wisconsin. Well, maybe he's listening because he did. How can the president is visiting buffalo after a senseless tragedy there, but he couldn't visit block a shot after 6 were killed and 61 injured in an attack on a Christmas parade there. I mean, he's visited many communities, buffalo, he was, you know, he's able to go tomorrow to buffalo. Before the trip, that is something that was important for him to do. But he has visited many other communities. This is not buffalo is not the first community sadly that he has to go up to because of a violent attack. So that's not the first one. So he's been to many others. Now that's comedy. Yeah, because there's been a lot of black men mowing over white Christmas parade goers. That's happened a lot. He just didn't happen to go to that

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Abbott Says Agreement Reached to Reopen Michigan Baby Formula Plant

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:45 sec | 2 d ago

Abbott Says Agreement Reached to Reopen Michigan Baby Formula Plant

"Abbott agrees to FDA oversight of Michigan baby formula plant. Look, they signed a consent decree yesterday to reopen the Michigan Abbott plant. That consent decree could have been signed a month ago, Abbott is strenuously protested from the beginning that their infant formula had nothing to do with the infant death being investigated across the country. The FDA was using at moving at its usual snails pace, its bureaucratic morass, plunging the country into a baby formula crisis that is real. So they got an order. It's pretty easy to surmise here what happened. Ron klain or someone from the president's office called over to the FDA and said, open that plant. And the FDA said, how do we save a little face here? I know we'll do a consent decree that says they can open the plant. And so their plant will be up and it's going to take a while.

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Tracy Robinson Shares Her Journey on the Matter of Abortion

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:17 min | 3 d ago

Tracy Robinson Shares Her Journey on the Matter of Abortion

"It's hard to overstate how monumental this is, how magnificent how important this is. Talk about that for a minute because your journey, talk about your journey with regard to this subject of abortion. You've been in the film business for some time. Yeah, it was just really surreal. Jason Jones, my friend Jason Jones posted a photo of the Supreme Court yesterday and there was a big rainbow over the Supreme Court. And it just blew my mind. It was just another you don't mean a cheesy mylar rainbow or a plastic. You mean a genuine, it was a genuine rainbow. It was a real thing. We love Jason Jones. And he's on top of this stuff. So this is true. There was a rainbow yesterday. Check it out on his Facebook. It's a true story. Well, so my journey began back in 2016, I am I was always in video and film production and primarily as a documentary video editor. That's really my specialty. That's been my career. And back at that time, I had been commissioned on and off to do testimonial videos and promotional videos for a pro life pregnancy resource center. And I had never heard of a pregnancy center before then before being commissioned by them. And I started to see the wonderful things they were doing to help women and help them in their time of crisis. Pregnancies and I met just some amazing people that had abortions in their past, but now they were healed and now helping women helping other people heal from their abortions. So I just thought, wow, this is a really loving center. There's a lot of good stories coming out of this. But I was essentially in the mushy middle when it came to abortion. Even as an evangelical Christian, I thought it wasn't a big deal in the grand scheme of things. I was apathetic at best. And I think if I were to be honest, I would say I was a pro choice Christian. I would probably say, I'm personally pro life, but who am I to take away that choice for

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Sean Feucht and Eric Discuss the Need for Pastors to Show Courage

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:42 min | 3 d ago

Sean Feucht and Eric Discuss the Need for Pastors to Show Courage

"My next book is called letter to the American church. And it basically says a lot of what you've been saying that the churches have been silent pastors whose job it is to speak up, they have allowed they've asked others or I should say they've been so silent that people outside the church are speaking up. It's kind of a wild moment. And we need to get pastors to be brave and to speak up. Yeah, I mean, it's really unbelievable. I mean, you know, in addition to going to Orlando, we're going to be on the steps of the Supreme Court on Tuesday. And you know, I think the roe V wade, we had the pandemic. We had the wild riots in the summer of 2020. And we had pastors across America shaming people into putting a black square on their Instagram and, you know, they were the justice fighters, but yet here we are on the precipice of overturning a 50 year death decree, the greatest injustice in the history of our generation and yet there's so much silence from pulpits across America. Every pastor in America should be preaching, just like I did yesterday here in South Carolina, should be preaching on the importance of us taking a stand against roe V wade that God is actually answering the prayer. So he's been pranked for years. And yet so many people are silent. We even have pastors apologizing for the fact that the Supreme Court is going to correct the wrong that was done in 1973. And make it unconstitutional to, you know, for this a law, this roe V

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Why Kash Patel Authored Children's Book 'The Plot Against the King'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:43 min | 3 d ago

Why Kash Patel Authored Children's Book 'The Plot Against the King'

"The legendary and the great cash Patel. I'll tell you what, I get more cash Patel alerts from people. They're sending me stuff and you're very famous man cash. Charlie, I'm trying to keep up with you in the efforts you're putting out. Yeah, I mean, you were on Maria show yesterday, right? Recently, right? Yeah, Devin and I, she thought it would be fun to have Devin and I, the Russia gate guys on for the day before the Russia gate trial. Yeah. So I want to get into that. You have a new book out called the plot against the king. It's a book, right? It's a children's book. Oh, this will drive crazy. So basically what we thought was, yeah, it's called the plot against the king. And look, we said it in medieval times, and we thought they're shoving critical race theory down our children's throats and don't use. Why don't we educate our children about the truth? Yes. And the biggest story of our generation, Charlie, is the Russia gate hoax. And no one's teaching our kids about it. So we had this idea to say, let's set it in medieval times. We'll have a king named Donald. We'll have Hillary Clinton. The maga king. The maga king. He played right into it. I mean, we could set it up any better. We've got Hillary Clinton and the shifty night. And of course, the night of the round table, Devin. And it's our question. It's our quest for truth and the simple issue is, why shouldn't we educate our children on what actually happened in Russia gate? It's for anyone foreign up and honestly, adults should get up. But we don't know all of it yet. We don't know all of it, but that's why we can write a part too. Oh, there'll be a sequel. So it's called, it's called plot against the king. And you can go to plot against the number one child's book right now in on Amazon. And we haven't even technically. That's a tough category. I'll tell you what. There might be some not so subtle cues and clues in here. There's a few, I think your audience is going to have fun with those. Oh yeah. They got it. They got to dig through it. Okay. So it's on

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Rick Klein's Analysis of the Senate Midterm Elections

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:25 min | 3 d ago

Rick Klein's Analysis of the Senate Midterm Elections

"And they know that the midterm election is coming. Here was ABC's Rick Klein talking to George Stephanopoulos yesterday on ABC's this week. Yeah, George, you know that they were in a tough spot when it comes to holding the House and Senate. But when you look at the Senate, it's a 50 50 Senate. It means Republicans only need to take one seat. But what's interesting is that not all the seats are up. Of course, only 35 Senate seats on the ballot and in that group that's 21 that are now held by Republicans 14 by Democrats. That means that Republicans have to play a lot more defense than they do the opportunities for offense. And when you zoom in a bit on the states that are likely to determine control of the Senate, these are the 9 states that are probably going to tell us who's going to be the majority and who's going to be in the minority. And 5 of them are controlled by Republicans only four by Democrats. That means if you're the Republicans, you've got to not only hold your seats, but then go on offense somewhere. That means picking up maybe an Arizona or a Georgia. Both states, of course, that went to the Democrats in 2020. Or you have to move into deeper blue territory and Nevada or a New Hampshire. That all assumes that the Democrats don't find any places of their own to pick up. And there's a couple of states that were carried by President Biden or were very close last time. They were targeting, including Pennsylvania, the primary on Tuesday, a spirited democratic fight, and an opportunity that Democrats see to win even in a very tough election cycle.

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Will Weekend Mass Shootings Force Congress to Act?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:27 min | 3 d ago

Will Weekend Mass Shootings Force Congress to Act?

"It looks like a bunch of hearings, Jake, but I want to start with your quote of Chris Murphy yesterday talking to my friend Jonathan capehart. I don't think you got 60 votes for his bill. I think it could get 60 votes for a stop order bill. The severe threat order of protection, I just don't know. I don't know what's in Murphy's Bill, but it's not narrow enough, has anything changed with two three more shootings. You know, there was one in Orange County after ten miles from where I used to live at a Taiwanese Chinese church where a 60 year old man shot up 5 people. There was one in Houston, of course, the awful one in Buffalo. Does anything change? No. There's no legislation here. I don't think I really don't think unless I'm looking something that will get 60 votes. There have been there have been efforts as you note to boost the reporting system for people with mental illness and things like that. That has not gotten the attention or the energy from anybody. So we're kind of in this position. I mean, Chris Murphy was deputized earlier this year, I believe, maybe it was last year. So work with Republicans to see what he could get ten votes for anything to get a background check Bill or something more and he's not been able to find 60 votes for anybody. So that's kind of where that's kind of where the status of the situation.

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"yesterday" Discussed on The Trying Scotsman Podcast

The Trying Scotsman Podcast

05:46 min | Last month

"yesterday" Discussed on The Trying Scotsman Podcast

"Because it is. And I know it is. But in the moments of clarity that you can't get, look at the people. Are they gone through similar? Have they been through similar? What are they like as an actual person? Are they reliable? You have the kind of evaluate the situation because there's a lot of people that you may call friends and life and they may call you Friends in life. But in actual fact, the more of an acquaintance or they're just hangers on because they have some. And that's the hardest part, and that's really anxiety really takes hold. It's when it tells you they're more of as they just want to have you open up so that you can go behind your back and tell someone so and all that shit. So you have to try to judge characters well, which again is very difficult because for the most part you can't even judge yourself very well because your brain is fighting with you. You've got this internal struggle. And that is draining enough as it is without having to worry about all these other external factors. But you can't pull through. There will be times you'll lose the fight. You'll be so drained from it that you kind of retreat and you come back again another day. There's been days where I literally felt like I can't go on living. I shouldn't go on living. And. Those days now rarely happen. I think some days I do wake up and I occasionally have the like an existential crisis. Like suddenly I'm reminded for whack that I'm such an insignificant speck in the grand scheme of things. Why am I even here? What purpose do I serve? And it does blow my mind. A lot of the time. And then like yesterday, for example, no idea why I felt the way I did. I had brain fog, I couldn't focus, I was struggling to actually make a clear point. And then I didn't have a good night's sleep last night either, but I think it must have been better than what I had yesterday. Because I'm able to focus a bit better. I've still got like this in headache kind of thing. It's weird to describe it. It's kind of like the back left side of my skull. And it feels foggy and there's like an ink that pulsates every now and again. But yesterday it was more like at the front of my head. Kind of like it was in the driver's seat. Whereas now it's more like maybe a back seat driver. But it's important to try and understand to you. It's important then to have other people understand you..

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"yesterday" Discussed on The Trying Scotsman Podcast

The Trying Scotsman Podcast

03:58 min | Last month

"yesterday" Discussed on The Trying Scotsman Podcast

"So that forms our normal. So we immediately, I think, for the most part, perceive us as normal. Like when I, when I said before that when I was diagnosed as borderline depressed, I was of the mindset. I'm not depressed. I'm just a realist. I know what life is like. I can't sugarcoat it. My brain will not allow me to see it friend and more than the grotesque nature of life itself, you know? So get in past that is a key point and obviously for some people that's the end of the journey self diagnosis opens the door and they're able to get whatever information from their peers and looking stuff up online. Books, audiobooks, podcasts, and that gives them the tools that they need to basically get on with their life while dealing with what the deal went. For others, we need more than that for me, I think I need actual diagnosis. Because it may be that I'm wrong. The text I've done to gauge where they fall on the spectrum are maybe not quite because some of the questions let's be honest, some of them are awkward as fuck. And I'm like, I don't know how I have no strong feeling one way or the other how to answer this question, so for me, I think a text like that can only be accurate if you're drawn immediately to an answer. A lot of them I wasn't. It was kind of looking at the two and way in them up. And I think for the condition that I'm, I guess, being or trying to be diagnosed for unless I'm way off the mark here. I don't think that's just it. You know, because I think if I was purely ADHD, I think I would hyper focus and I'd be like, it's definitely that. Definitely not. But because I'm stopping. Like it is literally stopping me on my tracks. I'm like, I don't really know what I would do or choose. And so I did have this sort of inner conflict, like which one is the most likely that I would go for? So yeah, I think for me, it is important that I do seek further assistance with this because what I don't want to do is spend the rest of my life thinking one thing. And then be too late by the time I do get a thorough diagnosis and it's like, well, all along that this is what you've been dealing with and we could have Medicaid you or we could have done this. We could have done that. We could have furnished you with these coping mechanisms and things. And obviously, the people around me like my work, my Friends, my family. But I think that the big thing now is that more and more people are talking about that. And that's good because it's taken away the stigma. I think for a lot of us, like a lot of people have spoken to there is that, and I'm really bad for this, or I used to be with selfie, but I know I can't do something. I know I should be able to do something, and I refuse to accept that I can't because of X, Y, and Z and part of that is, I guess, like my environment for a long time I felt like.

"yesterday" Discussed on The Trying Scotsman Podcast

The Trying Scotsman Podcast

03:24 min | Last month

"yesterday" Discussed on The Trying Scotsman Podcast

"Hey, welcome to the trans Scotsman podcast episode three. I've decided not to publish the one that I recorded yesterday just because I listened back I had had to listen to it as well and there was just no value to it was just basically me being low. And it felt like me being low for the sake of being low. If I put it out, there's nothing to glean from that. There's nothing for me to take from it. And I don't think that anything from new listeners to take from it either. Apart from that how it is. And to talk about mental health, I think it should be done in a way that's a bit more upbeat because it's synonymous with negativity. And. I don't want to perpetuate the stigma, I guess. I will be making references to things I talked about, obviously you're going to be clueless, but I'll try to fill in the gaps. But I have been planning or had been planning on doing an episode on mental health because it is really important to me. It's something we all have. We all have some form of mental illness. Everybody has mental health just as well as everybody has physical life unless you're like, you know, some kind of uploaded sentence in a microchip or something like that. But I guess that the kicking off point is probably really in it to my journey. And things that you can then kind of link to as well. And obviously, if you want to show your stories and thoughts and whatnot by all means, you can do it privately. If you'd like me to maybe mention something on a future episode, you can email me and just make it clear that you have enough for me to talk about it. But one of the big things I mentioned was self diagnosis, which is a thing that it was a bit of a battle for me to wrap my head around the concept of that because in my mind initially, the way that came across to me was that it was like something a hypochondriac would do. You know, someone that is refusing to go and seek medical help, and they're just happy enough to be like, you know, I tried to make the drug, but I think my mood yesterday kind of fucked it in the episode. But the typical thing you go on Google, you type in a symptom and then WebMD or whatever the fuck is like, oh, you've got a brain tumor and it's like, yay. That kind of self diagnosis. But for you, it might mean something different, but my takeaway from what I've kind of gone through and what I've looked into and stuff. It seems like it's kind of like one of the first steps, if not the first step in getting the ball rolling with progression with whatever is going on in your life. I think the denial stage that you'd overcome in because I think every one of us kind of likes to think that because we know how life is for us and we know how our brains work or we think we do. We have this sort of virtual perception of things..

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"yesterday" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

05:26 min | 3 months ago

"yesterday" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

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"yesterday" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

01:42 min | 3 months ago

"yesterday" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

"We're not tethered to it. For queers, it's really kind of a queer centric event. And sometimes, you know, I think people who are queer might have a hard time being with their families for one reason or another. And so what sometimes that break and family ties sometimes feels like a break with cultural ties. And so what I wanted to do was like, hey, you can have thick, but on your own terms, you don't have to sit next to a homophobic uncle talking to you about the Bible, you know, and because who wants to fight on a family function? And this is Miley's fans like when I was younger, I would just go to bed events and I would just come home and just feel so depleted. You can really short hair and have more wig to affect the function. 'cause it didn't wanna hear about my short hair. You know what I mean? So that's kind of like the kind of the ethos of why we started mentioning. But now it's just a celebration. So I just tell people like, hey, some of your realized self. Not only do we not scorn you, we're going to applaud you. We'll be back after this break. Hi, this is David Pearson. I'm a staff writer for the LA times based in Singapore, covering Asia. A region near and dear to Southern California, with vital that we understand what's happening in Asia because big issues like climate change and the global economy will all be decided by what happens here in this part of the world. That's not possible without your support. Get access to diverse perspectives on the news of today all from a West Coast point of view. If.

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"yesterday" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

04:03 min | 3 months ago

"yesterday" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

"I'm Gustavo. You're listening to the times, daily news from the LA times. It's Tuesday, February 1st, 2022. Now, I can romanticize the food for hours, but I also know there's narratives of colonialism, resistance, and Diaspora behind all of it. So for this, I want to get into all that. And there's no better guess that I could think of for this conversation that our three guests today. Kung fam is founder of red boat fish sauce. Diep tran is an LA based chef whose family owns a legendary fuss 79 chain. And journalist tianwen is an acclaimed food writer. So they all wrote a cookbook together. Welcome to the times. Thank you. Thanks for having us. Thank you. Okay, so for those who have no idea what Ted is about, I'd actually, instead of trying to explain it, I'd like each of you to share your favorite memories of the holiday. Deep, what's your tip memory? We want to go out loud. I mean, everybody in the family was a good coconut, not just my grandmother. My daughter was OG, for sure, but everybody, because by what was so great, all the daughter in law is my aunties, how to bring it, you know? So it was definitely like, you wore your best eye. You also brought your best dish. Celebrations weren't humble. And anyway, it was like refugees trying to establish their class standing. Well, I mean, it's family, so families, there's always going to be aunties trying to one up each other. It happens with Mexicans as well. But what are some of your memories yet? You know, when I was younger, we used to go to my uncles and my cousins, and we just have a big feast, right? There'll be lots of food, thick calls, always on the table. I don't think you could have a new year without pit call. Egg rolls, just mounds of different types of salads, different types of dipping sauce. Everyone has their own version of Nick chum. And everyone thinks theirs is the best. As we go older, you know, my mom was working a lot more. If my mom could do it, which she did, you know, she always managed to pull it off, which was always amazing to me because she was a single mom was just making mounds of agros. I have three sisters, and we all would just get together, help her make egg rolls, help her role, and I'm pretty sure similar to you castle when you're making tamales with your family. Like you know who made which one? Just based on the way it rolls like mine was always way too small. This is too skinny, so you know that was one of my egg rolls. I just think it's so cool also like egg rolls with Vietnamese wrapping with your hands. Tamales for a lot of Latino families also during the holiday, something about that homeliness and also the tactile sense of memory that all of these different traditions have. Yeah. You know, because once there's some hard times, you know, and I don't remember a lot of it, but I do remember those moments that's around our dining room table and just taking out the pork and figure out how much seasoning to put in and like my mom would never have exact recipe. And let's end on you. Talking about ten specific February 1979 fishing boats a specific moment in your life, what happened then and what does it all mean for you today? Oh my gosh. You know, my mom called me one night and say, okay, can you come home, please? Usually, at night, we go out. Hang out with friends. And I didn't know what's happening. And she hit the plate. Of chicken. You know, roasted chicken. And just like eat it, and she gave me two. I mean, chicken, you share for.

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"yesterday" Discussed on Before Breakfast

Before Breakfast

08:14 min | 9 months ago

"yesterday" Discussed on Before Breakfast

"Hey listeners lately. We've been doing everything from home working from home exercising from home schooling from home breakfast lunch and dinner from home wishing we were anywhere on the planet from home and with all this extra time. We're realizing how important it is to make sure our place is the right place. Inter apartments dot com with the most listings and powerful search tools. It's easy to find exactly what you need. Apartments dot com the most popular place to find a place. Welcome to before breakfast. A production of hurt. Good morning this is laura. Welcome to the before breakfast podcast. Today's tip is that yesterday is every day instead of making assumptions. About how you spend your time. Just look at how you spent your time yesterday and you'll be able to make far more informed choices a few weeks ago. The bureau of labor statistics here in the us released results from its annual american time use survey. This survey has thousands of americans report how they spent time yesterday. That is during the twenty four hours between four. Am yesterday morning and for am today since the survey covers weekdays weekends and holidays and doesn't ask about particular categories of time. But just what happened next. It's generally seen as the most reliable time survey out there. It also contains fascinating insights into how people spend their time. For instance in twenty twenty. The average american slept about nine hours on the day when they were surveyed. Now when you ask people how much they sleep pretty much. No one is going to tell you nine hours a day and yet yesterday when yesterday includes the various days that yesterday might be. That is how much people slept. People also didn't work all that many hours yesterday and we watched a lot of tv when we think about how we spend our time. We often think more about the impressions we have of our lives than the actual numbers. If we feel tired we call to mind a short night and say that's how many hours we slept if we feel overworked. We call to mind the longest day in the past few weeks and say that that is a typical workday in our minds. We are supremely dedicated to our homes and our families spending tons of time on housework and childcare in reality. It's sometimes turns out to be fewer minutes than we might think all. That is neither here nor there. Yesterday is probably not absolutely typical for anyone. But it can't be completely atypical for everyone or we are using the right. Definition of the word typical. So what this means is that yesterday can probably give more insights into your life then an assumption of a typical day. If you are trying to get a grasp on your time look at yesterday it will tell you a lot for instance if you exercise yesterday that's wonderful. We can be pretty sure that you do exercise at least here and there in your life if you didn't exercise well that certainly doesn't mean you never do in general. I think that anything that happens three times a week is a habit but it does mean that exercise is not such a high priority for you that you will make time for it absolutely every single day because well there was yesterday. Maybe yesterday was a work day what it looked like. Maybe you normally think of yourself as working from eight to six every workday which means that you work fifty hour weeks but in fact yesterday you left a little early and kind of took a long lunch. It wasn't a typical day but if there are days that are less than ten hours long. The odds are pretty good that you are not working quite as many hours as you think you are the reason this matters. Is that if you are working. Forty five hours. You'll need to make different choices with how you're allocating your time than if you are working. Say fifty five hours. You simply have ten fewer hours to work with then you think you do now. Maybe yesterday was a weekend or a holiday. That's clearly not typical right. Well guess what we can. Days occur twice each week. That's two out of every seven days. Hardly atypical we may think of things as a daily habit like i'm always up at six. Am to write in my journal but if it didn't happen yesterday on a weekend day then it is not a daily habit. It may be a frequent habit. And that's great but not quite as frequent as the picture were walking around with. Of course it is quite possible. Yesterday was absolutely atypical. In some way still if there is any possibility that a day like that will ever occur again in your life then. It needs to be part of them until picture. I find it funny that sometimes people will keep track of their time and show me their time logs and their time logs will include something indulgent. Like let's say a day at the spa. Sounds fun right. Sometimes people will then right on their logs. This never happens even though clearly it did never is a very different story from not as much as i want never is defeatist. I prefer the story that yes. I go to the spa. Sometimes and i'd love to go more often. And here's what i'm going to do to make that happen. We want to be sure we are working with the right story. So think about how you spent yesterday. Talk it through four. Am to four am. Most people can remember the past twenty four hours with relative accuracy. If you're not sure where the time went. Look at your calendar or talk to your family members. Then give it a little more thought. Think about where these hours all went. How do you feel about it. What do you like most. What do you want to spend more time doing. What do want to spend less time doing. Figure this out looking at where the time actually went yesterday. And you'll make far wiser choices. Then when you work from assumptions in the meantime this is laura. Thanks for listening. And here's to making the most of our time. Hey everybody i'd love to hear from you. You can send me your tips your questions or anything else. Just connect with me on twitter. Facebook and instagram at before breakfast pod. That's be the number four then breakfast p. o. d. you can also shoot me an email at before breakfast podcasts. At iheartmedia dot com that before breakfast is spelled out with all the letters. Thanks so much. I look forward to staying in touch before. Breakfast is a production of iheartradio for more podcasts. From iheartradio visit the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows listen..

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"yesterday" Discussed on Johnjay & Rich On Demand

Johnjay & Rich On Demand

04:01 min | 10 months ago

"yesterday" Discussed on Johnjay & Rich On Demand

"Judging refocused okay. Here we go. We're going to start with you. Everything i eat goes sweetie. The stallion does your cat. You said making these stallions so it's making these stallion. Ish is what that song is. Call one point for you for getting. these stallion. Better sounded like are but i. I didn't know. I don't know this song i'll be honest and say really good song rich over to you. Sleep is space a duleep.

"yesterday" Discussed on Johnjay & Rich On Demand

Johnjay & Rich On Demand

07:28 min | 10 months ago

"yesterday" Discussed on Johnjay & Rich On Demand

"In fact i was just reading this thing right here about things that require zero talent that are important qualities to have right so just like to talk about trying to have a long career Things require zero. Talpet are important qualities. Being on time that takes talent making an effort sure being high energy having a positive attitude being passionate using good body language being coach -able doing extra Being prepared and having a strong work ethic that's true these are all in fact. I think these are things. I tell my son when it comes to basketball. That's just changing your mentality So we do all these things. We should be able to have Along career so she could continue to get life hacks and enjoy radio show. It does take talent to get out of the house on time and everything else. I agree with your clocks at different times. So that a tricks you. The clocks in my house are the same. I have like two minutes. I think ahead but that's weird because a capricorn. I think would be right on time because my son christopher if he sees a clock that one minute off he'll ask to reset it have to be perfect. I'm always on time. But i like thinking that i'm late so that i'm early so i like arriving places early. I set my. I have one clock. And i sit my in about twenty five minutes fast. Twenty nine no way but you have to know in your mind that it's like right then. I heard that is a total vertigo. Thing along really. I have a clock right by where i get ready and i told scott to set it fast. But don't tell me exactly how fast it is but do it at least fifteen minutes so my head. I look at it i think. Okay plus fifteen. But it's something else is more royal. How would i get up. So i see. Oh my god. It's whatever time in the morning. I get up then when i get into the bathroom and i go brush teeth. I look at the real time. And it's like oh. I got plenty myself this piece who. I have plenty of time to go. I need to go. Yeah all right so again. The number to call us six zero two eight eight eight nine hundred thirty three john. Jane rich are so. This thing was trending on buzzfeed. Who's a list about. This person had asked on read. It said those if you've walked out on first dates what was your outta here moment. Some of the comments on there were like she had twenty two cats and would just readily take in strays as she wouldn't give any vet care to any of them in wouldn't get fixed right. This one woman says i went to meet a guy for first time at his house and there was a pilot tokyo cookies on the coffee table. This invited me and a friend to play dodgeball with a group of folks. I've never met were hanging out in the parking lot before the first game not a nowhere. He grabbed the ball through that my crotch as hard as he could and screamed. When band right clamp really turned to my friend s she was ready to leave some money. Here about your moment. You walked out right. What made you just walk out a first date kellyanne kellyanne tell us about the moment. You walked out on the first date. Well i went to this little restaurant in the small college town. That i lived in and i met this guy online on one of those dating apps and we went to dinner and we started talking and they pulled out its own and puts on a show because he missed the last episode and watch this show And we had already ordered. But i just i got up. I called the waitress. Hey cancel my order. And i've walked out dexter or killing eastbound and this guy that's a good show but it's not gonna sit down if you miss it you can watch the your intention is like this is really funny. While we're waiting for the food. We can laugh together but has never seen it before he was ignoring you. He ignored me on my show and laughing his show on his phone. It's day i have never seen a single episode and any time somebody brings up that show. I just turn off my ears. I'm done. I'm not gonna wonders if he tells story. If you've been noticed you were there at all. He's watching no showed. Your story belongs on this list. That's great thanks kellyanne. So it says here. My day was forty five minutes late. Picking me up. The weather was bad. So i give him a pass and we got to the coffee shop. I took off my jacket. And he immediately said i see you brought your a game or should i say de game. I don't know kind of a person. Says i went to pick up my blind date. She opened the door looked at means. It looked at her and said yeah. I agree and turn it left. It's got to be the fastest. I state ever Brutal had to pick him up and he complained about everything. My car the way. I drove my music taste. Why was i being so quiet etc but the last straw was the moment he said. My friends really wanna meet you. I need them to know your real. And that's when i bounced watching. The guy's house heard his mom yell out guy who the hell is that took. I told you. I didn't want him girls. In here and see we sat down for dinner. Conversation uninspired conversation ordered food arrives as we started eating. Shushed me and said no more talking. I'm just here for the food that's funny to read. Lastly i had a first date with a girl who told me. Actually i'm engaged. But i'm not one hundred percent. Sure if he's the right one some going on a few more dates to see if i changed my mind. Awful guy and yet she's at least honest about it. I wanna deal with the girl. I had called and i i was making a call to accompany for business and are flirting with the girl on the phone. And by the way blake her. And i were co workers at the time so she knew like she knows story. It was happening about her and i were friends. Your like your husband. He knows about girls who went out guys went out with so i'm i call girl pick. I called the wrong number or something in her. This girl has our flu. End up going out taking her out to to a club and she got so drunk should vomiting everywhere she got my car. Vomiting everywhere passed out. I had to carry her upstairs to her apartment the toilet. I remember her skirt. Flip over her but she was like a thong and then she peed everywhere and vomiting in the toilet sitting in her p. and they started farting enterpise.

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"yesterday" Discussed on Johnjay & Rich On Demand

Johnjay & Rich On Demand

07:24 min | 10 months ago

"yesterday" Discussed on Johnjay & Rich On Demand

"Thing. So if i'm not interested over here i'm going over there That's come people got to work hard to keep your interest good because marriage is work anyway. So i figure if you what you need to do to get lee then let's keep it up. Let let's do it like the king. Yeah they can't get comfortable the heck on game. You have a great weekend all right. Let's find out if andrew andrew marriage material. hello andrew. Well hello you know marriage material. Because i'm all about passion and desire. And i'm ready for the commitment if you're ready to give me under. But then john j. John andrew are for scorpio. You are actually eight on the list Scorpios can bring out the best in you but this sign will demand more than you might be able to give. They have a tendency of setting the bar. Really really high but do give you something to look forward to. And that's that passion that's right always reaching for the dark and if you're not striving for more than what's the point ryan they agree. I know you. Also i show the maury that some gotta meet have a great thought this summer funding twenty-one daddy us all right let's go to diana truck driver. She's a leo. she's got to be a good Leo's gotta be good spots. Don't you travel with your husband and the truck ban. Yeah okay how long he has been married. We've been we'll be married. Two years in september wins. Yeah we're newlyweds yak. We'll for leo's diana. Leo is actually a number ten on the list twelve. it's twelve it's ten Leo's do give everything they have to a relationship. But you have to watch out for those mood swings There are notorious for their ups and downs. And if you don't give them what they want they will lash out. It's there where the highway that you just have to begin with leo. Well i don't necessarily think it's my way or how i but i do have a mood swings. I want things my way and so that part is creek Diana thank you day weekend and go to november. Let's find out. November is a good spouse. Hello november i november. Are i so for taurus. You are number four on the lease top four really good. It says here. That's horns are very intelligent when it comes to relationships. It's not all about the physical with them. Their minds are always engaged and their stubbornness actually keeps them stable and grounded. Tourists are also one of the most loyal signs. That's number one over there. You go all john. Jay for virgo. Virgos are number nine on the list. Virgos have a great sense of what's right and what's wrong and that works great for them but it might not always work for the other person sometimes the best thing to say to virgo is yes just to keep them happy if you want to benefit from their love and then you have to get used to the idea of just humoring them fascinating like you disagree but just go with it that to deal with. Kyle for libra kyle. You are number three on the list. this sign is the nicest people from everyone. Then they'll never betray you As long as they get what they want through kindness the this sign love sex and romance and are willing to experiment guy oh concern kyle for nothing scott's blushing right now these experiment me like maybe like dude on friday and sunday crazy wild rich for pisces. You're actually number two on the lease. Yeah very marriage material. Pisces are extremely gifted giving love and they always make sure their partner is happy. They have a very loving side to them that is based in creativity and that part and part of that goes to the kind of children that they want to raise to all. That's nice My kids are nice. I can say that are and very creative to untalented now for a capricorn. capricorn number. Six on the list running a household business and kids is tough but doing that while maintaining happy Marriage is the kind of stuff that only a capricorn can do. They're very organized. And we'll make sure that everything is done and that everyone is happy if we didn't get to your sign posted at john. Jay enrich dot com jonty. Rich drunked time six to eight eight nine thousand nine hundred thirty three. We got a couple of voicemails. You can call us anytime and when you do call us you have to know that you may end up on the radio. Gonyea was going on out. Here was ourselves five By for charity. And i call. Oh i would just like a general zodiac vibe per se. Why do know secretary is like the party so accurate. Keep very accurate. If he's the next message john jones rich tiles. She's really prizes new guy. Nick payton brand plush gary. I'm photograph margaritas in they margarita. I just got really. Because i realized one day. There's no longer going to a john jay rich show. What am i gonna listen to. Who hat from who else. Well awesome random stories. That i feel like i'm best friends with your family and and and i know you have no idea why and you just got jed. What the heck that. Because now you're basically killing us up and we're we're still i. Hope going sean. Right time Said to somebody in upper manage the other day put a ten year deal in front of us. we'll go and then they. They hung up no strong..

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"yesterday" Discussed on Live Behind The Veil

Live Behind The Veil

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"yesterday" Discussed on Live Behind The Veil

"yesterday" Discussed on Live Behind The Veil

Live Behind The Veil

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"yesterday" Discussed on Live Behind The Veil

"Didn't work for them. I think it's very true yesterday. Whatever god's shared with the yesterday as wonderful as it is. It may not be what god wants you to focus on. Today you could take an overview of christ ministry crucifixion resurrection. Let's say the first forty fifty years afterwards and you can see that. When christ first appeared on the scene there was a mixed reception. There were some right from the very beginning who believed that. He was the son of god. Sent to be king but their ideas of that kingdom or thrown out the romans. So here comes the truth. That christ the king has come. He's setting up his kingdom. he's proclaiming his kingdom. He didn't proclaimed the church age. He he proclaims the kingdom right from the beginning so we go through the year the time of his ministry prior to the cross he starts telling them all these things that are going to happen because he goes to the cross one of the things that he said. They're going to receive an earnest. They're going to receive an earnest of what is to come of his kingdom the helper all kinds of things that are going to happen out of his crucifixion. He tells them all. These things are going to happen and he's crucified. Reality set in all those promises and stuff like that okay. Those are promises. There was not that many there were handful. Who believe what he said the majority of them said. Wow what about all these things. So then he did what he was gonna do. He went down. The father berties right hand reached in brought him out resurrection and he said about those days immediately after his resurrection started appearing to people and they started going nuts and then peter gets up and says this is that and the i promise came true that he signed a helper and it changed every way. The people believed you look and see all the promises prior to the cross began on the day of pentecost and just blossomed. Those on the daya pentecost. They took what cry started. They start teaching. he's coming back. All these things are a witness to the truth. The helper is come. We get up each morning. Tie into the what. God is doing believing before that day ends. It's going to be added to me part of being a new creature so we live each day that way. Well like you were saying male. God speaks things that doesn't mean you're hearing what he's saying. He spoke to the disciples about his kingdom. They were clueless. They were clueless of what he really meant. They were looking for him to take over the roman government ripe kick them out and become king. Yes and that didn't happen. So how much as christians today have. We listened to the word for harbor many years that you've been walking with him but you're really clueless. You think you know. And that's the whole point. We're talking about disconnecting from a former manner of life disconnecting from even at the good things because he may have something deeper to show you. You may have some revelation. You may have some things you believe. Most people lever do but those are part of the things that are feeling your glass. He may wanna show you. Hey guess what. I'm not gonna make a kingdom here on this earth. To take over the romans. I go in and take him like i'm gonna go get my kingdom in heaven and later i'm coming but she'd never hear that because you already have your doctrines of what you know. He is gonna do or you believe he's going to do. And we have the same thing today. We have things that have been ingrained within his since we became christians. Maybe before how many of those things which you don't know our deception or a wrong thinking and you'll never know unless you disconnect from them you know one piece that fits in. This is one reason why we want to empty. Our glass is the truth out of time is the same as a lie. That is a tough pill to swallow sometimes because especially when you get on one year mountain top experiences. You wanna ride that for weeks you. You wanna stay there because it's really cool. It's really nice but it's not necessarily where he wants to meet you today. Adam and eve were given instructions and satan approached eve. Didn't god tell you this. Half god said well yeah. Of course he did but it created a question. The only thing they had to do was not eat that fruit. And then jesus when he was in the wilderness after being baptized by john the baptist. The spirit drove him into the wilderness to be tested. satan was there with scripture quoting scripture. To jesus doesn't it say that if you were to fall the angels would catch you. Yeah don't tamped. the larger. He knew the scriptures as well as satan did but satan uses scripture to cause deception. And that's why. I think we need to be empty. No the scriptures. Don't get me wrong in that. No the scriptures read them. My god's studying eat them devour them. 'cause you have to know them like christ new them in order to combat when satan wants to twist.

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"yesterday" Discussed on Live Behind The Veil

Live Behind The Veil

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"yesterday" Discussed on Live Behind The Veil

"Welcome to live behind the veil. An atmosphere where men and women of god speak his word this age and bring his kingdom to this earth. Do you have ears to hear and is to see what god is doing in this hour. Let us join our host and the families conversation has the holy spirit is unfolding word behind the veil by rushing in live in acts to that filled the people and looking into the greek it is also the multiple definition. Means brees win. It's also means the spirit. That is the avenue by which that took place. But i think what's important. Is those people in that upper room. One hundred and twenty had to disconnect ahead head to empty themselves out. Because you can't fill something that's already full. They were in a room worshiping. They were letting go of everything they could think of. Because jesus was gone everything they knew was gone. And so what do we do now. I believe that jesus probably gave them more instruction then to wait in that upper room he probably said more. They said if they mentioned everything that he said that there would be not be enough volumes. The whole everything. He said. I think he actually told them to let go of things and when they let go. That's when the win came in and fill that void because on the natural you can't have a void of vacuum Can't everything fills up. And i think it's really important understand that you can't get anything from the lower unless you let go of something. I think that's really the crux of were. Some people have issues. You can't receive something from the lord even salvation and then go about doing everything that you did before it should cause a change of some sort in reaction or following actions that you take from that moment on. I think what you're saying. Alan is important. Because he'll pull the plug on what we believe and when he does that we say what what now here. I believe this for all these years and now i look in the scriptures. I see that well. That's not what i believed that. That's the truth it puts you into that place of a vacuum. What do i believe. That's where i think the day pentecost. There is a lot of people there who were there based upon there were not enough answers to satisfy them and he said you go. I'm gonna send you. He made a promise to something. They didn't understand you. Go you terry you wait. I'm sending a helper. There's several things that he referred to all of them. I think are important. I'm sending you a helper okay. Who's the helper you. You're going to send me a a timothy. That's part of it. They didn't know it setup. you're better off. You don't know anything about what's going to happen so you don't have a preconceived idea right. I always give god credit sentence up just the way we need to be set up and then doing what he wants to do. Wanted to go back to where we were talking about as far as disciples the upper room. I think there's a real point there that i want to emphasize and that is they didn't know what they were doing but they knew that everything that they had believed fell apart the author hopes and dreams fell apart. They were devastated. It created an atmosphere. And i'm sure they were praying. I'm sure they were talking. They were praying. They were crying all the emotions but they were really getting rid of all their thoughts because they did know anymore. Nothing made sense to them. It did not make sense to them. 'cause christ is gone and i know he talked to him before he left and what he said we don't know obviously he didn't say anything. That would stop them from creating a vacuum and disconnecting from from an old thinking an old ways of life. Because that's the whole point. And that's one of the point that i wanted to make. Is i know that. I would just say christianity but i would say most believers approached the lord wanting to receive. I want more of the holy spirit. I want the gifts. They tell him to worship. They draw their wanting a meeting with god their the drawing mode. I would say. Probably ninety percent of their time when they're praying or looking to the lord and worshiped during the drawing mode. The problem with that is their full. Their glasses full guide camp as much as he wants to meet him and film. He can't he simply can't it has to be a whole different way of thinking and i wouldn't call it repentance because that thinking behind repentance doesn't get you there but it's more like turning away or disconnecting a great word dumping. The scripture says crucifying there has to be that thing within you. If you want more of the holy spirit you want more of guide you want the gift. She went all these things. You need to get rid of some stuff out of your life. You need to crucify. You need to stand in the garage and start throwing stuff out the garage. You don't have to wo- as me about it. You don't have to cry about it. You don't have to go through all the the the old thinking that we've been through repentance about it you just take take in your throat out of the garage and you don't let it come back not come back so what you're doing is you are literally disconnecting from things. That are ways of life ways of thinking emotions. Whatever those things are in you that are feeling your life. So did we get rid of glad. You asked that debbie because you wanna get rid of all the good the bad the ugly the wonderful everything. I think even down to our concepts of what we believe. God has shared or even a reality in what god has shared done with us in the past. Because he's he's moving forward. He doesn't stay back in yesterday. He moves forward again scripture of to give us this foundation is hebrews three in hebrews four. He says today if you hear my voice don't harden your heart and the thing is if we're empty than we have an opportunity here in act on that word and receive something from the lord but if we're hanging on to something from yesterday gannet goes into the children of israel yesterday. God time to take the promised land and they go no manners giants. There were were grasshoppers on our own site gaza. You can do it in. They refused in the next day. They tried and got slaughtered because there was a specific time for that word to be fulfilled. And it.

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"yesterday" Discussed on Clock Dodgers Podcast - Motivation | Fantasy Football | Comedy  | Pop Culture

Clock Dodgers Podcast - Motivation | Fantasy Football | Comedy | Pop Culture

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"yesterday" Discussed on Clock Dodgers Podcast - Motivation | Fantasy Football | Comedy | Pop Culture

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"yesterday" Discussed on Political Analytical

Political Analytical

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"yesterday" Discussed on Political Analytical

"We all go up there with our guns and we defend the state capital and you need to shut out of whoever tries to come through. Right? Okay. Same thing will happen in Illinois or something would happen in Ohio way. It stands now since the Civil War turn up to exactly the way it did the state should call its motion. The state has to call it the federal government and ask for help. And that's the way it was designed. Correct? But what happens if the state militia Steps in Rome well and you know real quick or do you know, that's where it's going. Yes. I know that's exactly where it's going but they're in I don't know off the top of my head how all this works, but the the if the state militia gets involved that has to because it has to be because the state has asked the federal government for help in the federal government has refused in writing in more than one instance and then the station call up its militia wage because then the same would have a in their individual Senate would have a vote of no confidence for the government now real quick. We had a Dennis Hagen say the Democrats are dead. Being in their diapers. It's now a true 524 constitutional majority in favor of the people then it will be 6 to 3. The Democratic party is under less legs. Their own corruption is killing them thoughts on that Dennis. Let me ask you a question. Let's say the Democratic party implode on itself who's going to take their place the libertarian Springs the Hot Pockets to the guy's house because Libertarians don't have enough organization to be able to wipe their own ass. Let alone run a political party. Absolutely most People like me are so few and far between we might have a hundred thousand of us in a country of a hundred million. So who's going to take the place? What political party will fill the vacuum now, Darren says trouble is each state is now Democratic or republican back to party ID badge ideologies. Yeah that instead of the Constitution. And that's exactly right Darren. Now Tom was working with him real quick, Which way do you see all this going? By the time the election it's just wants to shoot. Everybody know honestly man. Bullets cost a lot of money man. I don't want to waste I'm food. Was that old saying time not worth the gunpowder take to blow you hell right, dude. Usually we're liberals. But the point of matter is it's like I don't I don't understand if I you guys understand where they're where they're trying to go with their crazy. Thought. Well, let's get rid of the pulleys. Let's make Faith Opia where everybody gets everything and everybody gets a fucking truth, which is horseshit. well Who dafuq is going to protect you? You know, when you got one of them Rogue liberals like wanted shot fifty sixty people from Las Vegas will call in a mediator wage. They swept that under the rug. That was a crazy liberal right there. Yeah, but all they gotta do is call in a mediator time. You know that I know but it's kind of ridiculous dude. Everybody's like, oh fuck. I want to be a liberal man protect your privacy protect. Your home is your shit the government shouldn't take more strategic in they just seeing if you got pothole bench to your you know, your politicians in your District, you know, fuck everybody's taking advantage of the American people you ever noticed that politicians always get rich. When they joined politics and they're supposed to serve us absolutely and they don't they get rich, but I don't know off. Gordon you guys sitting here thinking about history again, if you've ever read any type of literature concerning the home of the Roman Empire we are in the middle of exactly what the hell the Roman Empire fell too many cops took too many too much legislation too much politics in the sentence. Let me go in fighting it all off exactly how the Romans fell and they didn't fall from the outside Source they fell from imploding from within..

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"yesterday" Discussed on Political Analytical

Political Analytical

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"yesterday" Discussed on Political Analytical

"Go. If you're making it podcast download the free anchor app or go to Anchor FM to get started and I will be your host Tonight along with Gordon Park Rick Warren and Thomas Rudisill. We're going to be talking tonight about America in the past and present and how a lot of the things that are have. Happening right now seem to have happened to the American Indian at some point in the past. And as soon Rick Warren can connect we will have him on the show starting with this topic but like also to welcome Kerri Lynn who just jumped in the channel had care. How you doing? We appreciate you being here. And as soon Rick Warren gets back in we will have him on the show as well you doing Gordon? I'm doing pretty good. How are you doing? I'm doing good. And Tom, what you up to man doing? All right tonight. Just still growing this chin for oh, hey, man, you've got like the best man main wage ever can throw bro that that is one of those Mains that every man wants, you know, I don't know man. I don't know. Well, maybe not if I walk my dogs and I'll get fleas. But I mean, it's bad enough with what I got a point man. Oh man, they want to land in and said I bet wage. So you can't do this shit. So Gordon tell me a little bit about what you got on your mind for the night while we're waiting for Rick to get back. Well, I've been thinking about the new Supreme Court nominee young lady that Donald Trump is as to be the new Supreme Court Justice off and I think that it's a step in the right direction Kamala Harris know that's the Democratic vice president. I understand that I should get in there first try on tripping me up their nation that I was looking up facts. And what I found was the destination was Manifest Destiny hands and this is what was brought about by the 1844 wage James Polk is described as being an etiology of expansion across the comments throughout America and it brought about a lot of changes a lot of dead. In in America thought process of what to do with America for America and by America. I thought the subject matter because I wanted to see what people thought as far a manifest destiny because it has touched each and every one of our Lives as far what it means. It actually means that they want to expand and etiology Across the Nation across the world and this is where we stand today America is involved in I don't know how many expansions as far going into World politics. We have expanded our nation as far being the simple power of Imagine them not only did it start in America as far just on the internet, but we have become worldwide as far as Manifest Destiny. The meaning of manifest destiny is to expand And we have and what I was talking about was that you know, we have a chance now during this election to change the destiny of what America's headed to want destiny were looking at as far a worldwide power make milk, you make no mistake. This suggestion is for and by we the American people as far what's going to happen within the next four years, and I wanted to make clear that it is through Manifest Destiny that we still Prevail today as being world superpower. It is touted as far as being for the betterment of the United States of America discount for being better for the expansion of the USAA policy. And in the political Arena itself is mandated echoed by the candidates vying for office. And you hear that every commercial that you have playing right now throughout the United States of America. It is full and by the American people to preserve the Integrity jab Constitution, and it is to ensure the freedom to the American people and that was just part of what I gathered upon watch what's going on with what we have in place right now coming up within 40 Sundays. And I'd like to get you guys stuck on that Gordon go for it. Well, it's important for everybody to understand that Manifest. Destiny is different than imminent. Domain eminent. Domain is actually a part of manifest destiny Manifest Destiny as it was originally written was exactly right for expansion the the problem that we're having with a need to know Main and with the Manifest Destiny now, and so we're landlocked rotten land to expand too. So it's dead. I don't know that's just Manifest Destiny and eminent domain give a lot of the leftists in the extreme leftist along stand on saying that the Constitution of the United States is outdated. I agree like you were saying Gordon about it being landlocked. We really are there's really nowhere else to to move our dog. Span to there's no way for us to move and expand its to go north. Right and that would be in two thousand. Hang.

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Piecing It Together Podcast

16:06 min | 2 years ago

"yesterday" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Welcome to another episode of piecing it together the podcast where we take a look at a new movie and try to figure out what movies inspired it and today on the show we are sharing with you guys a conversation we had months ago but it's one of those situations where the movie was just about to leave theaters and so we just kinda put in the can and now it's out on Vod and so we're sharing this conversation about yesterday with you guys this is of course the Danny Boyle movie where everybody forgets the Beatles ever existed except for one man and he passes off their sons as zone and and it's all right movie we we'll get into it and the conversation mixed mixed feelings about this one but we had a phone conversation though with the newcomer to the show James Anderson and is great having them on the show and I'm glad to finally get this episode out so if you haven't seen yesterday yet make sure go watch it and listen to this conversation and before you do I wanNA remind you to make sure you're subscribed to piecing it together on your podcast. App Of choice and you can follow us on social media at Piecing pod joined the facebook group popcorn and puzzle pieces where we continue the conversation about all the movies we talk about on the show and if you enjoy the show you can rate and review us on Apple podcasts five stars or rain reviews some podge Acer starting to get that whole thing setup and that does let's. Let's jump into this one. We've been holding it for a while. Let's get to it all right all right so we got with US someone new on the show today..

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