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Mila and her two cats visit the Magical Dream Land but they wont let her in!

Short Stories for Kids: The Magic Factory of Storytelling

11:45 min | Last month

Mila and her two cats visit the Magical Dream Land but they wont let her in!

"He everybody and welcome to another episode of short stories that kids. I hope you guys are doing well. I'm lucy your host. And i'm here to read you an amazing story every single week where you get to be the hero. Now we've had some amazing requests the stories so thank you so so much. Keep them coming in guys. Just write your story idea on your apple review and we just might turn it into a story. Now today's shout out goes to my la and myla would very much like a story involving her too precious cats. Do you guys like cats. I love cats. I have a black cat. And she is so gorgeous. So maya has an orange cat called zoos. Yeah that's a really cool name and a black cat called violet and so she wanted both of these cats in the story. So we've come up with are really cool fund story and we really hope you enjoy it. Maya here we go. Maya was trip to dreamland. Once upon a time there was a place named dreamland where a castle made of cotton candy and a lollipop was located in it. The servants are bunny. Rabbits and cats in tuxedos singing songs about their visitors good deeds while serving them. Their favorite requested dessert. What's your favorite dessert. After dessert children would be invited to come and dance with the pixies and receive blessings so they can make it home safely and continue being good kids. Every child wanted to go there and was reminded by their parents every day to behave well because the gate to dreamland only opens for the good ones and the way to dreamland would only appear. Once the children fell asleep in the list of dreamland visitors. There was a girl named myla who had a note next to her name that read a sweet soul friendly and likes to help authors however myla had not been on her best behavior today. Mom was sick and she could not take mile it to get ice cream and she had promised they always visited her favorite ice cream shop every saturday afternoon. After their weekly grocery shopping trip she had been so good all week and she knew she deserved her award. Dad had to work overtime so he could not take our to the shop and their groceries were delivered home instead stuck at home and not having her ice cream. Milo felt angry. This is not fair. she screened has she ran. To mom's room have been good. I helped grandma organiz. Her groom took my trash out. I brush my hair every day. I want my ice cream. Mom looked at milo with a tired. Look on her face my dear. Please be patient. Data will bring ice cream. Once he gets off from work that will be two miler exclaimed and started to cry. She kept on crying until mom had to make a call to dad and asked him to come back and take myla to the ice cream place so that she can rest. Dad had to take off from work early and come back home to get milo what she wanted. As soon as the little girl brought the ice cream she completely forgot all the sadness she had to feel. Ice cream solved everything she beamed. She enjoyed the scoop. The rest of the saturday went on as usual fast forward to bedtime myla excitedly put on her sleeping gown an asthma to break her hair. She wanted to look pretty. Since saturday nights were also when she will visit dreamland. The clock ticked. It was ten pm. Mylan kissed her. Cats did night and let her dad tucker and good night. Myla i love you. I love you too dad. The little girl replied as the lamplight went off but the darkness did not stay for long soon. Myla saw the familia pink fog and smell the same suite send to vanilla and honeysuckle once again on the dirt lane. The little girl kept walking north as soon as mirela saw the glowing dots. Getting more and more closer. She could not help but smile she had reached the gate and those flying flashes were from firefly's they are lights. Coming from the pixies myla had become friends with the pixies. After several times coming to dreamland familiar footstep as small voice cried from the other side of the gate. That buttercup milo thought recognizing the lovely voice. That was not much different from the sound of the wind chimes. Oh no no other small voices cried. that's poppy. And daisy the other pixies who would often come out to greet milo whenever she came from you. Please open the gate for our friend. My dear mr robin. Poppy asked robin the guarding dragon. Who protects the gate not to the robins said with a firm voice. daisy asked. I heard that she has not been very good at this week. Someone told me different things. Robin replied in schicker heavy head. Go back little girl. The castle is clues today. I already came here. Milo said in disappointment world you know the way being or frequent visitor. That does not mean that you can always get in. You know the rules. Only the good ones are welcomed. We were told by our investigators that you were not good to mummy today. Suddenly everything in front of meyler turned black. The little girl blinked and as. She opened her eyes again. She now lay in her bed with her two cats next to her violet. Zuza will also awake staring at her with their wide open. Is i can't believe this milo said as she started to sob tears ran down her rosy cheeks and soon. Her pillow was soaked. She could not believe that they did not let her in. Did i even do. She cried harder. Her cats could not bear to see their human being sad. Violet decided to speak in the human voice. She always knew we so salween that these happened. It was us that had the responsibility to report your behavior to the people in dreamland. We had to tell them the truth. But now we feel terrible seeing you. Tease astounded to hear this. My will look at violet and asked southie. Investigators for you guys. Yes that is why. Sometimes you hear us talking in the middle of the night we were discussing your behavior and wondered off to meet and tell the people in dreamland. Zuzu said please stop crying. I know how to fix this. And tomorrow you'll be back in dreamland with no problem. Getting in the cap continued. We brought with us a magic herb from dreamland and have been growing it in our garden. Come to the very right corner. Take three sprigs and make mummy a pot of tea. Bring a cop to her bed so she can have it fast thing in the morning and recover myla immediately did just that but she could not fall back asleep. Myla stayed up the rest of the night and talk to the two of her for friends until the sun came up again. Mom woke drank. The tea felt happy to see milo being good and caring for her. Myla even went on to help. Dad prepare dinner that evening. Everyone loved dinner and mom gave her the biggest kisses. While telling my la- how proud she was and how much she helped her feel better seeing. How happy mom was. My left finally realized her mistake from the day before and told herself that she should be more kind and patient in the future. The sun finally set for that day and milo was once again excited for her bedtime. This time she picked out the most beautiful sleeping gown to head to bed. Violet and zoos came to lay beside her and violence. Said we'll come with you this time to make sure they know how well you've improved. We are so proud of you to the pink fog and the dirt land reappeared. This time the sky was even brighter and pinker. Myla's saw the gate was already opened waiting for robin stepped aside and gave her a big smile as she came closer. Poppy daisy and buttercup flew out to take milot to the castle where they had prepared for her at giant rainbow cake. That had the tastes of different candies day sung and danced and played games. Until the morning when the pixies once again had to say goodbye to the little girl with their blessing be and.

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Episode 28-9 Summer of 16-bit: RunNGun

Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

1:23:15 hr | 2 months ago

Episode 28-9 Summer of 16-bit: RunNGun

"Doing math and it's not hard document numbers or use the paper out of really care one wisdom. How you calculate your money though by candies. I want ice cream in super bowl. Better do that thing. P. con role. I what food mouse does take us. Go well oh welcome to the rhythm and pixels video game music. Podcast this episode. Twenty eight dash nine. My name is rob nichols and i'm szeswith matt. And every week we get together we listened to great video game music from all consoles all generations and and You pick a topic we pick some music and listen to it. We get into it. It's funny to me that. When i was always thinking to myself. Why is cornell. get into like a sing song. You kinda rap phase when we start the show. But i think when you hear the beat you hear the music. It really is how it has to because so i mean. It's no secret people. I'm like trying to do dating profiles and stuff and what am i. One profile says something like one weird habit of yours and this like i like to. I have a bad habit of like singing songs in a tree. Them to food. Right and hughley wrapping over or other pre existing. A person responded with an inquiry of like the song butter by vets. Now i've got a song butter by stuck in my head help. i finished. He was expected to be to right back with buddha based lyrics to the song butter listening to not butter. But you could have been like this used these lyrics to this. Ll cool j. song. Like i thought she wanted for butter. So i'm like i'm not a one trick pony. Uk that your fingers. And i like to do some songs. Butter god butter something words and with me. You're going to get that candidate. Doug kidd james restaurant and i'll be like hey what to eat. Of course clo- got it out. Be the trip to. He's a pretty nice guy except he seemed to really sing about food all the time. I wonder stay what his he sang through osler all dinner. It just would not stop singing. In fact as he was eating he continued to sing. About how much. He was enjoying it. Afterwards he's saying schindler's list do then halfway through the list halfway through the date. You're not this dates not going. Well i don't think how she talking about her family like that. I don't like her much. Can't wait to leave the state going to go home and play some foods like gonna eat a big old cheesesteak kind of words songs. But like yeah. I just thought that was pretty. I like i like to sing songs. Beats involved. I have to kind of me and i'm not going to support to say that i should be getting a contract or some nonsense wrapping. I have a surprise for you. Oh my god is that russell. Simmons purdue i just like being ridiculous now lake rhyming things. I've always been that way. Never explain it. It's just a fun thing to do. It's a fun thing to do. And i hope that you at home listening to the podcast do it too every time you listen dr show because we just break out into it sometimes. It's fun and i gotta tell you this episode. I found some great music. That may may stir up some vocalisations jams from the topic. I have a hard time believing that all right so today's topic we're still in the summer of sixteen bed. Oh lord lordy. It is a billion degrees outside. We are still deep in this summer. But we're gonna have some fun. We're going to be listening to sixteen bit jams throughout this entire hot hot season with two of your hot hot podcast and this week. We're looking at running gun games running gun run and run and gun run and gun hot hot running so okay cornell described to me run and gun game honestly sri much where those rare genres where the description of the name of the johor says it in bowl is running and shooting a gun originally attributed the gameplay contra and metal slug russian attack though you're doing more stabbing been shooting in that game but still i'd consider it to be a running gun gain light platforming right like not not so sometimes but not not required. There's top down running guns. Which i didn't think about until like within the last few years like there are parking and rocky for example back in the day. I consider that. I was concerned more of a shooter like a top down shooter but it can also technically on a be considered a running gun. Because you're not piling ship your personal feet in your shooting a gun or projectile at waves of enemies thereby you're running in gunning but traditionally people usually look at destroy side scrolling gunfire. But what i will say to also clarify folks who are just like well that's not true kronos clearly size school mc well the one threes while i was doing between the i was like contra is running on russian intact. That's running gun. I'm gonna go with that style. But that's the thing like when you think about that like the reason why you can use contrast an example of how you're able to branch out more and say what else is running gun because contra one at the bay stages where you literally were just from the bottom up and then goes brainless the right to disagree because we're actual stages and then contra three you had those top. I'm levels that. Were trying to show off mode seven graphics a spin. The guy around higher just terrible. There's just awful. I didn't mind them. I'll admit they held a comparison very much so the side scrolling stages But yeah so. I went i went full side scrolling. I i was a look at some others have been top down but i'll explain later on during the show why i didn't want to go with that and why i chose the ones that i did but you did. You have any difficulty with this. I mean we're not doing eight bit. We're not we're not going further into like the thirty two bit metal slug era. So like did you have any difficulty with this one gooby. I kind of did it. I jeff because i think what bogged down to the i didn't play as many of the running guns as there. Were for the sixteen bit era. So i had this weird like open spot where games should have been. I couldn't fill in. Like what the heck. I could've sworn over more than this but after doors. I'm thanking some digging. There actually were quite a few that. I could have gone and i think about co you shock me for this. But i didn't. Oh shock what do you say. Mega man is run. Go yes yeah. I think so. Very much is no the funny thing is most people would not agree with that. But i think it is just we've always clarified as a platformer. It it's more heavy on the platforming side of things than than than some of the other ones that we're gonna talk about today but This is an odd episode. So we're going to start with you. What's her first game. What's your first track. You know i'm going to start with my terrible graphics. Oh good i'll. I'll i'll do that but hey come on. I'm not looking forward to the first episode where i can't come up with a turtle graphics the topic you're gonna you're gonna have one. I mean 'cause into rpg's puzzle games. They covered everything on that system. Even did a sports episode. You got plenty of them but you never knew. Convenient one episode. I know a sexy mahjong games. You can only do turbo. Turbo graphic sixteen much. That's where the buck stops. It's also so this track comes from the game. Bloody wolf on the turbo is sixteen. This is the stage forthy. And i came across four composer names. Hopefully one or or correct. A zuza hara iraqi sheet at tatsuya kuichi. He told me komatsu shuiji or shuji and sagawa off. We have different composers found for this track for for this game. He picked track from buddy. We'll certainly did. Yeah this is the data east game and there's a data east sound team that works on this stuff so you with double check that we'll get back into it. It's a stage four from bloody wolf. Brady wolf welcome back. You're listening to bloody wolf are you. Are you mixing. Oh watch out going back to stage yet. At the at the sound goes down. I should be like a hand signal but we don't have any idea. Listen for the sound right. I usually do. But for some reason i had to add a moment my skills. Oh my gosh no this is like the trustfall of rhythm pixels right like is where it begins to end here. What happened with that moment. Where pernell didn't know being to start for to to wait for an entertaining. Nobody knows night next guest. And it's our group cuts couple's therapist is what has on the show. Daddy does save scattered so this was stage. Four from the game bloody wolf on the turbo graph sixteen composed by zuza hara karaki yoshida tatsuya. He told me komatsu shuji in gala. I believe those are. Aliases for the data. Eastbound team which is a sugar sky. Takafumi miyahara suzuki yusuke tacoma down. Your skill came in with the data. East say hi glen. There is no doubt only success. I'd love serious. That's why the classic arcade like sounds for like a company that they didn't have the best arcade games like one hundred percent of the time. But like very memorable robocop. Arcade game was not rape like really cool like sometimes memorable all. You really need And i feel like bloody woke even kind of covers that due to because i'll have a great deal of experience with this game because when i got into several graphic already like know not so much. Rv so much top down failing but puzzle games dragon's curse But bloody will did exist. What well until the time before. I even got the system is interesting. How bloody will work. There was a top down sometimes. Game side scrolling. Game all the time. It was a vertical game or your esi scale of physical space like climate fencer a building or whatever. But you did thing for you. Definitely the two things in this game throughout the run in baby gun. Pup- you too big. I guess this dream is super cool for here. They tried to do a little guitar guitar whale with a little and it's really clever. It's not one hundred percent like it's not sue it's effective. It's not that with a satisfying. What's the weather looking for. It's not convincing. It's definitely affect. But you know once you accept that it failed. That would've tried to. Do you look at it like did it. Sound good in the answers. Oh yes oh yes. Oh it sounds great. I have a big fan of this track. It was it was between this track in the state. One team for bloody wolf from me All the other transfer decent. But those two are by far the stand-ups. Yeah this is this felt like cornell cornell level like rock and roll track you're gonna be into And honestly now. I kinda wanna play bloody wolf. It's what it doesn't hold up. I don't know. I really don't i don't wanna be worth trying finding out. I am aware of this soundtrack. Because of the legacy music our longest going grandpappy of the video game podcasts. The legacy music our they they they play a lot the soundtrack before. And it's very cool. Calm remember what shows it for or was just just remember that. They chose the tracks or that. Do you remember exactly what they chose. It was top Eva's for like i think as for like Ending music and a few others. I can't maybe sites. Only maybe you any was running on something similar to that. Or is this something different. But they they're they played. They ended up ending theme. Which is kinda cute. So but it's a goofy kinda game cause serious book that feel like the first contra was campy can't be series was like over the top two silly explosions a bigger like running gun. Game is amazing. Just how much love. I have for them in my childhood growing up. Like because mainly the co-op because to me they were the epitome along with something like that like also like seis growing beat him up with running gun and beat them up for like the co-op games and also that experience like friend stealing. You're live ran out of there. Gary my power. I need that machine gun. Gropes moving new now. It's also like easy easy to learn right like it wasn't. The different controls usually weren't typical. You can just pick it up and just jump right into it and start doing stuff with Generally unbutton yeah generally difficult like probably extremely difficult later on but it just memorization memorization and reflexes briefly. So that was all it took the re- So my game My first track is coming from the game rolling thunder part three for the second genesis I never played this. My play a lot of the original rolling thunder in the arcade and seeing some gameplay visit looks similar running now a lot of gunning although not as The action isn't as fast paced contracts very much more methodical more hiding behind things which is really cool. This soundtrack is. I can't believe. I slept on the soundtrack for as long as he told him his. Podcast is so cool. I play music from rolling thunder two before. But this is fantastic. So we're gonna listen to. The track is called bad berry. That's the main menu music. And the composer's all have our aliases. It is rose and the dick boy that mealy. We'll just leave it right there. That's all it's credited as the game in the credits that we got. So this is the bad very many music from rolling thunder three for the sega. Genesis And yes oh yes know. This is yeah. This is the main menu music called bad ferry from the game rolling thunder. Three for the second genesis. This one is composed by a couple people with the with the. Aliases rose and dick boy. I liked track a lot. Because it's whole soundtrack is full of jams. Some heavy ones is a few heavy ones. That are pretty good. but it's these kind of jazzy. Swing e tracks. They're just a really caught. My attention the really fun. It's gotten different movements to it to like. It's kind of this part right years kind of james bond seven style. I'll have the most experience with rolling thunder as a series but my recollection of that aside stroller and it usually involves you like running like left to right or right for less with a gun ducking behind like boxes and barrels and sometimes slipping into doors and shooting. Guys are also doing the very same thing. You're doing their duck and they're coming out of doors sometimes. Duck mine boxes being a pain. The butt and you're also trying to find like maybe a hostage or maybe just get to the other end of the state. I don't know but. I remember liking what i saw but i've never really got to sit down and play them. Yeah the it wasn't until you wasn't until we started doing this show that i realized it was a series. I've only ever heard of the first one and i think to me as a kid seeing that's what was interesting. The characters and the sprites were so big they were really tall and had a very very style to it. Even on the on the support characters very tall have account a thin kind of lanky style to it and it just gave it like a really interesting movement in style to the game. Play itself is a little a lot of arcade games back then. It was a little stiff. You know they jumped really high for no reason But it was just a cool looking game soundtracks guest jazz and jazz here in the fact that it's this jazzy. On the second genesis makes me very happy and the the drums on this too are really really loud. You don't usually get these really loud. Crunchy bright sounding. Hi hats snares. And so i i can keep gushing about this track the percussion the base. The base could be a little deeper. That's short shore. Whatever that's fine but the rest of this is so good so so good. I cut you off. You cut me off off this one hundred percent jam like i. I do wonder. I should look up when this came out to see and where in genesis lie spain. This track was composed it because that might tell the story too i think it was nineteen ninety. Okay so at this point people. Were i pretty much like master with the system. Could do which explains it because this is to me at least. This sounds like genesis composition. Yeah okay nineteen ninety-three. Yeah so is definitely later in the second genesis life so i mean i mean rolling you say sounds like something that you move could could hear like sonic three major. Yes yeah has got that kind of jazzy but like not four on jazz. It's cut this kind of jazzy chords right. And that's swinging. That swing beat at dick particularly really here sonacare here in sonics pinball to sonic bounce around some coils and the shooting down a pipe to this trekked. But this is a big. If you're listening to this and you like it go on youtube look up this whole o. S. t. it's fan tastic. Syncope be the last time here on this show. It's thunders isn't gonna be the last time you hear from rose and dick boy right so for now we are onto your second track all right so i'll go with my genesis representative for the episode. I tell you. I'm going to do this until i i can't even said how would you till i die. Raw ninety the sumer sixteen bit to start with the summer so bit were cornell dies. Knock on wood wooden desk. So this track comes from a game would likely have also been on cornell's bargain bin purchases episode or something. If we ever discipline you'd have to pick all the tracks of some of the games is a good point. It'd be based on that game. I teach you this. This particular game. Though is called midnight resistance on the sega genesis and the track titles called cow and apparently i only learned this today is composed why he does you sock moto and show sogo gaza. Kind welcome back. You're listening to cow. Cow cow spelt key. Oh i was getting real confused there a minute. I figured i knew you were going to do wait. Want to see from the gay midnight. Resistance the sega genesis composed or arranged by those sakamoto. And shogo i. It was originally composed for the arcade game in town for that. Were zoos a haruf kasuga koichi he told me komatsu hiroaki shibata. So i'd never played be rephrase that i played it in your arcade. I didn't play it in. The arcade was like like two thousand sixteen or so early in my life. He saw a con. No galloping goose is where i i the only place i've ever seen it in new york also learned. That had anarchy. Wait a minute at play this game but the other previous experience i had with this was a it was a bargain game. My dad bought for me at a at for those who are new the show or having heard throwing up my father hated the idea. Video game he premature. We're wasting money. But he also knew how we love them so every once in a while we begged him enough he by one but he only get him out of the bargain. He would not pay for new release title because he thought again wasted money. So he bought midnight resistance which we didn't have a whole concept pedigree for companies or anything like that so we were like oh boy data east. It was a budget contra with game but we played it because again we have a lot of money in any game is a game worth playing and i came away really liking the it was pretty frigging cool Couldn't tell you. I just know you're guy tried to take out organization that involves an alien or something What would i do remember about this game. That stand out are two things one. The fact that the way you get new guns isn't like the typical contras and stuff like a bubble flying. You catch it. Instead as you're reading through stage certain enemies will drop teas and as you get to the end of the stage. The keys you colette can use to unlock like lockers of soils with various key cones who guns or like barrier or one up extra bullets for your subsidized or whatever but in the second thing the reason why i picked this track and why remember so much to having heard for the first time back in like nineteen ninety two or whatever is that at a certain stage in the game after you beat boss you come across a tv monitor and on the tv minor is like this really weird way bubbly face with gross actually and he's like he's positive he's like ha ha ha we have your family and it just shows like a scrolling image of all your family members hanging up on the wall by their arms and like he's like no of course the only calls up to his dad and everyone's like people like a woman goes help us cuts off you leave you go to the next stage but on the very last stage before the final boss mckee's usually collect for guns are used to rescue your family members so technically if you don't have enough keys for that last area you can't rescue your entire family so it's interesting traveling have three golden choose probably is not the case but if you use the keys earlier in the game to collect the weapons does that mean that later on you have less chances of saving your family the way you run through keys a two ways one just flat spending them but also if you dye your keys like blast up drops his coins okay so you could technically lose keys at. You shouldn't lose reading that you'll get to that amazon and have maybe died wants to many times. Now you have two keys. You got to save six family members like who'd watch us they give you a guard or whatever but it's this kind of crap i gotta chewed with family. Members love more than the other. That's a crazy. Like little morality tests sort of nine morality tests. That's that's just like a poorer kids get into the end of this game. Like oh man all right well see everybody but this one guy. That's a shame while the professors the professors technology that set it all muck anyway he can run go but then like the very last stage of the game also weird because of before into the boss. I do remember this because of how bizarre it was because normally we'll run and gun game. You're shooting enemies and stuff as they're coming at you but in the last eight. Zeus game is like a bunch of floating faces like monitors with the bosses face on them And you're just like interest floating trying to crush you and yet the shoot the screens to make them get of the way. And there's a like a crawl at one point shooting around you to keep them from you while you're in the tunnel. It's such a weird thing and then one last thing are pointing out about it now stop. Rambling is so on the justice i played. It is typical cross pen gate. Okay this is fun. School didn't realized the arcade release very very different very staying game. But you control your gun with a dial injure gunfights turning a dial. Yeah was pretty rough when you wanted to say go from like the right in switched to shooting behind you because it's not just pushed left now no negative turn the dial hundred eighty degrees the shoot behind you. Little awkward sometimes get like do a quick changeups. There were a few arcade games that used Inputs like that remember was k- taito might have been taito that they had a configuration. Who made made akari warriors. Good question say another data east cape it. Alternate off it's Together you cardi warriors. Essen case it's i think that's okay how these cabinets where the joystick can also turn left and right and that was kind of their thing for a while and some of these games a. I'm kicking myself right now. How the heck did i think it. With data east when cari warriors characters are actually in essence. That's right yeah they have like silly names to clark wrote and ralph rothen clark ralf and clark. Oh my gosh oreo. They actually there once Colonel ralph. that's lieutenant clark. One them got yeah titled three wars man title. one of them is the others Superior which means if you're playing players you have to let your friend or brother sister now take orders from me. Go collect that item. That's dangerous territory. Disobeying my commands sold. But you imagine like this games are top down. You can kind of move up down left and right you can also turn a different angles. And that's the little turning. Twisty daba thing did anakin called commando old schools will use the dial two had a joystick to move a little dial in. Then you push the dial into shoot. I remember it was wrong. It's hard enough on a controller. I can't imagine planning with that. Dial it had a gas station. When i was really younger across the street and it was maybe i was too young. Didn't have the strength to push those buttons enter. Maybe it was just really beat up but it was a challenge. You are human bet games for munster. Can't you need you need to work out before you please exactly three arthri. My playstation control entire dialogues r. j. k. Gimme started on the are three and l. three buttons. Like you're expected to move the sticks around pushing those buttons and it's gonna be. There's no way what bigger. I'm all three or three. If you got like push it just like do a quick thing like bring your matt crush l. three. I don't like it. But i can dig it out of the way. Push run and or of crouch camera and got crushed. now it's only facing the opposite direction. Hate hope on that button only thump sick to run it just all three games. But we're not. We're not in three world this month and just the summer where it's a three d. camping vacations madness vacation water. Sixteen vacation Let's go to another place. We're going to Super turk cantu for the soul. Yeah yeah this one Chris paul's back is the composer Classic amiga composer. This isn't another. This one looks a lot like midnight. Resistance it's a little bit cleaner it's got more of cartoony look to it but it's very fast. Very running gummy. It looks very fun. This track is called submerged. Believe it's an underwater level so prepare yourself appropriately for some underwater music underwater antics underwater antics. Here we go in a a Listening to the track submerged from the game super tura can to for the super nintendo composed by chris. Hills back Something about this song really makes me feel like it's a it's a tears for fears song or maybe it's dependant ears. Yeah our depeche mode ballad. You know it's one of those songs where it's really slow. There's no drums church. would. I'm sure i've got those things way wrong so i never had right in the i i i i just assumed that it was probably what i what i what i thought it was where it's going on the thing like taking directions from plan for us. Oh my gosh yeah. I don't know much about hurricane except the soundtracks again. I like soundtracks a lot. I like chris hills back and a cover. Art is is bonkers. I don't know the cover art in the game. It's offer very incongruous. They don't really match up. The dude on the cover of the boxers got like gun for an arm and he looks crazy galactic us from x. Men but definitely not like that in the game gets a very smooth smooth running on a water platforming. You can aim the gun up and down. It's got some nice animation to music is pretty heavy on like orchestra orchestra side. And it's got some faster pumped up tracks but this track. It's really taking it taking it down underwater and it's it's water track without being like mario underwater. You know what i mean to say. Time i think is interesting that before ye said like you just brought the track in i mealy. This underwater theory really is but it's it's moody though. I think what it is. It's moody's emotional. Turkish turkmen got emotional. You know this turk can not tur- can't yes. That's that's the joke is looking for is experiencing right now Can't telephone not tell from. Can't it's called me on the financial. No just don't call me turn. I mean all right. Look if you want to go on a second date with mr tara can. It's fine you know. I'm not gonna tell you now go. I know you're going to do your own thing. He's gonna take you underwater. Show you a nice time. But then he's going to leave. You know where where are you. Where are you going to be without mr turkey. Waiting for someone else to bring combined with. Cache of guns like turkey has right. That's right we're waiting for the waiting for Colonel ralf de la guardia. The military man at this man to show the world and all firearms. I can handle at this point. Leo label letters and symbols. I just need. He took me to a nice dinner and he gave me a giant sphere that s on it or are and i thought this is the one. That's the one real giant anybody anybody who allows you up to give you an spread gun. They do love you there. There's no question even if the combined old onto actually actually games. That's the test. That's the couples therapy test right. You take you take two people. And they're playing they're playing super contra you perceive and if they leave the spread shot for the player. It's love robert but at the same time that they both fight orders you might well. They both seem to this. The best gun. So maybe that's still loves. Just oh spreadsheet. To protect the mai mai is on. Oh you're like. Oh no no. No i wanted it for myself. I wanted it for myself. So i could take care of. You be looking out for you. Girl get out. Aliens ain't gonna kill themselves quite frankly better aiming. Oh oh i'm chas how you really feel. That's that's how. I know. I'm sleeping on the couch but but i do. It's kind of interesting. How all these shooters that seemed to have a variety of weapons many of them have some variation on the spread shine in most cases not oh most cases. The spread shot ends up coming out on as the superior gun in the product. Well these games are side scrolling right so you're facing going left going to right can only shoot parallel with the ground in most cases and contracts and these other ones he can shoot maybe at ninety ninety degree angles and and forty five degree angles. So having a weapon in the game and your enemies are coming from all different directions from all different elevations so having a weapon in the game that can cover more angles and more more space is going to be the best thing because you're not trying to miss anything you're like oops accidentally shot that enemy. You wanna blow up. Everything is i want to say. A spread shot would probably cover while definitely covers more than ninety degrees in front of you because you got the else per. Maybe he's about seventy to ninety percent are seventy nine degrees in front of you. It will cover which is framed great. And if you can rotate your shot you are good at like if you hold it down like a constant spray and you rotate the control. Your premiums getting a full frontal of vertical covers just by running in gunning. I call it the sprinkler. The mills impression. All right so we are onto your Your third track of the final track for the wh. Why gotta be honest here. I genuinely believe that you were going to end up like picking something three so i wanted to contract. I was kind of avoid the contra series. Because i feel like that for me that's defined the genre sala to figure out like what what kind of went from there. I can dig that and i'm glad to show super turkey and to otherwise it's gonna got an awkward because i chose for turkey and one and this is stage. Three dash one from that game. Compose also by chris holes. Bec- sleep town a embrace welcome back. You're listening to stay. Three dash one from the game super turk him. The super nintendo caputo by chris. Kohls big and shocker to shocker at replaced turkey in my life know nothing about it except for the fact that a game that i ask gotten interested in cold gun. Lord is based on super turkey. Oh no idea. Just like rutted. Gunning exploring environmental these governing. You're exploring like a large environment like every stage. It's definitely staged but they're not like left to right there like environments to explore ultimately eventually quite a boss in move onto the next state But they really do a great job of running and gunning if if gum moore's anything to copepod because it gets pretty frantic in the gun place pretty frigging solid but what i also think is interesting is that i didn't learn about chris. Holes bake until jonah sisters scripted drone twisted dreams came out. So it's interesting that whenever i come across older games that he did music for. Oh this was him quite the pedigree on you. Some really really good stuff. Like he's just one of those really classic famous composers for reasons. I think For a for good reason. And it's just it's fun. It really fits the mood. This is this is a montage montage. Music episode really feels like for sure. Yeah feels like you want to get up and moving you know. I can't even picture being done to like a running gun. Scenario like dislike cuts cuts guy running through various like encampments rescuing Hostages getting out of precarious situations and cuts off at the very. When he's standing in facing the final facility has to break into like the journeyings here. And now i can actually see how i can actually see myself running to this music. Actually putting running mix. It's got a really nice rhythm to it. Really like a my only problem with is just a little short feel like it gets really really good like it. Just builds and builds and builds. But it doesn't go one step further even looped one more time. I'd really like that lookout. Some weird reality and one of these parallel realities. Chris holes bekker's listen to this very episode and he goes you know he's right. I can't extend this in late breaking stage. Three dash one. We cut thrash one part two. I've listened to it. I would to all right so my last track Akutagawa bloody wolf. i'm going to put that one. aside we're going to go onto. The next game is as super famicom. Only game it was came out in europe and japan is called. The rendering ranger are two missiles developed by a virgin interactive and nelson virgin interactive and rainbow arts. Now the director of the scheme worked on or designed super can can you believe out or the try not same one. I'm very similar can. Can't he turkey. Terry did all of the games like fifteen boards is is up nine goals that rather than picks except anti yes so this came out nine seventy five for the super panic calm and it looks really really really cool. The music is by jesper olsen and stefan kramer and the track. We're gonna listen to is stage. Seven from rendering rangers are two for the super famicom took taste thas authors positive. Positive post. i this is Stage seven right yes states. Seven from rendering ranger are two from the For the super famicom composed by stefan kramer in poll. Jesper olsson all buddy this track man. This is some some real stuff right here. And the fact that you only bigness. Because you didn't want to pick the body bloody wolf trying to cheat also chosen. I'm glad i picked buddy wolf because this is probably my favorite track of the episode right here. This is bob. I texted you earlier today. That's a caution warning. All of my tracks are awesome. Were there all slain. We haven't heard. I've heard your boat during its What's made me so happy. We're picking this This topic the. I don't know anything about this. This rendering ranger business is the first. I've heard of it. But i wish it was required. A burning rangers Well it's rendering ranger are too. I don't think there's an r. One or anything like that It's the same. Nothing developers with the same director of hurricane with the very same play style very seem like speed of and kind of a look too. So i'm wondering if this was like an idea that's been this iterative on over and over again until they maybe. This is the ultimate version of their their idea. Maybe this is teric. Can ultimate form turret. He sees turret. he's not tear it can. He's not tara. Can't he's jared done. He's pterodactyls Yeah i'm glad you got a good track because you start moving around a whole bunch like office doing that thing that people do the club with those like dark shades on the robotic. Like doing that thing. I don't know why it just kind felt like it was necessary. It was appropriate. Robotics is myself for a minute definitely gets into the like the mid to late nineties techno kinda scene where it's like very acid rayvey. I i love that stuff. Kinda reminds me of retron. Sixty four or robotron experts like soup. That's much much faster than less. But it's got that same vibe. Which i'm super now. I listen to that dr freeze pop pop-soul thanks for that. Was the freeze pop song. Popular song about robotron. They did know our great robotron rookie. Richon is my favorite games. All times hands shocked. You didn't know yet it's called robotron. Two thousand look at that. Everyone's in a panic world's going to end. I just sit here in my shelter. Pass the time with my robot fred. it's such a good song. let's you'll love. oh love it. yeah i'm gonna listen to that leader all right But no but we can't do that now because we got to get into the bonus round cornell fo- miss borders round owned the bonus rounds where we play covers and remixes and arrangements on our theme and this is the running gun summer of sixteen bit. Brunell what did you find. What do you find what. Uh i definitely sounds like sixteen cabinet. What do you find a visit. The the up the bomb on the sides of my favorite was on the sides of the jurassic park arcade game and the The house of the dead arcade game on the side of the house of the dead. It said this shooting game brings fear into the hearts of men on the other side of that. We're like the little the little plastic gun sit. It's at the guns of justice and we worked at fun scape academia mexico that john's of justice. You got my jone jones. And i'm ready to put fear in my heart. S mid atlantic slang for you folks are more specifically philadelphia's only yay we got featured in some like murder mystery movie but like people are saying like of. They don't sound anything like we do out here. I don't know you say joan up in that john. okay. I cut you off. Where where did you. Where where'd you go with the bonus round you cut me off talking about john So this is actually from contra. I was this was another case. I wanted to find a cover of a very specific track from a very specific game. And i came across one with sounded pretty cool. This comes from a personal only goes by donna dove like i couldn't find his actual name or anything. He name is dave but the track is called the format x. heavy remix and is from the game contra hardcore for those who know me they know. I love the tea for contra hardcore so it's no surprise that'd be chasing that down. So here's hoping you guys like it too Plan do Oh wow i love that trek very very very very much That was the format x. Heavy remix for the game. Contra har- corpse done by donado's or donalda. Don abe's donor dow's i'm sticking with that confident done I i will admit there's a part of me that's like maybe like if he to into one more measure. That was like okay. You can stop here. You're done you're done. But despite that i love that makes something fierce. I listen to it a couple times over the last few days i i like watching a speed run of the game while listening to the track and i was like yeah fits heavy the entirety of this game just bonkers when you get to the harder areas of the game and everything's just coming at you the music one hundred percent appropriate and Also tells you exactly why hardcore uprising sprung from hardcore and not from contra three or something because har- corpse was like a ushering a new style. Gotcha game like how brutal it was to be. Maybe we're we're talking about how the running guns of the sixteen bit era like the next iteration of the eight bit era were talking overtaxed earlier but the i feel like it really came into its own and i feel like it really became what we wanted it to be around like in the playstation playstation two. Oh yeah because once a iv sadder soldier even though it chopped up a number of the illness that people liked about contrast random item pick ups and stuff like that. I genuinely liked it. Did and it's kind of like mesh up the entirety of like what you expect from contract like the one hundred percent rankings. Where like you want to destroy every possible. Destructible thing on every stage and level are really hard but the intent was pretty big. Okay you could use reflexive but ultimately they were like look. You're going to have to memorize all this to get it right which is pretty much. Why contreras reflexes could get you. But so far but memorization factored in a lot. So in contrast sadder soldier it was all about memorizing everything. Ain't applying the reflexes based on towels and getting everything that could be destroyed. Destroy the exact genre. I feel it just got way more refined you know and they were just trying more things with in china more things to get the player engaged with different challenges. Like you just said. Let's we're going to go back to more to a different kind of challenge. We're going back to contra three million wars and Found a cover of my favorite from the game. I think or one of one of my favorite tracks from the game. It's called the it's time for revenge. This cover arrangements called the dystopia in future. It's a arranged by danny schock. Also known as my new gerber and the track is composed by aki hata masanori adachi makiko chanel and toppy yuasa and this is a jam. I'm really really into this track. So here you go disturbing future from contra three the alien war by danny shock and we're back that was dystopia in future. It's time for revenge from contra. Three the alien wars composed by aki hata masanori adachi. Mickey gosh no top awasa in arranged for piano drums and bass by danny shock also known as my new gerber for oc remix. That is i knew. Gerber to incredible. This is the stage one music. I realized my favorite one of my favorite tracks from the game was actually the nesting in the sands. So good but yeah. It's just kind of jazzy. Kind of an interesting track already in the game and he really just takes all right. Let's just go all the way with us. Let's take it all the way into jazz territory and it's yeah no sounds were frigging sick. Yeah yeah and i mean that in a way that it was so sick and healed me. So there's not much from danny schock aside from oc remix anywhere else online. However the composer minute gerber Composes for film. So if you go Check him out. Menu gerber things. It's my new gerber dot com had links on our website but it's all feature films from between two thousand and two thousand eighteen which is pretty cool so my brain just wants to keep hearing my new garber. I don't know why my new my new this is my new gerber gerber but for more information on to the bonus round rhythm in pixels dot com. You can find all the websites and bank camps and sound clouds everywhere. Were all all the all. These artists are located on the internet. And you could get all this music by this music and support these incredible artists talk. Thank you for joining us episode. Twenty eight dash nine of rhythm in pixels. This summer of sixteen bit are look at running gun games running and gunning side scrolling top down on foot queueing blowing up making sprites appear and then quickly disappear. I don't think either of us. Well i guess bloody wolf comes close above of aside from that. I don't think any of us chose other of chil top down now. I i was thinking about it. I was thinking about a mainly. Because i was. I wasn't so sure. On how many games out to choose from. And if you look online you say what are some of your favorite run and gun games. And he'll look at lists see stuff like total carnage. Which is a lot less tv. Yeah which which to me is an arena shooter. That's trot right. I agree yeah so some things kind of fit in that vein. But for me. I wanted to stick to the side scrolling jumping and sliding and shooting. So i can curly bloody will was meet thinking like you know. This is close enough. I'm good for it. And if i really hit the wall i would've gone to something like talking rocky or something but i don't think about those kinds of things running gun. Even though i guess they do kinda qualify. You could choose like back era. I feel like the era of games especially on any ask a lot of run and gun game so you can even go up to like buy you billy. I think even count. That had a mixture of things going on gone was running a gun got. Oh my god ama- gone. I saw amazon gun at the gap. And he was with lieutenant. Clark colonel ralph ralph. Both of them those are the. Oh oh my god m. g. military sticking together hanging out forgetting about all colonel. Jim i don. I couldn't even think of god another fake military game care. And i'm like solid snake out espionage wasn't but like i mean is now i really wanna play some more. It's been a long time so pick that title. That's an old have such my memories of is hard to another very difficult game though. I guess if you're not playing for scores that you're beyond to worry about picking up the point icons so you're not getting into as many precarious situations because you don't care if you miss them or not. Yeah that's what i love about. Like shoot 'em ups especially bullet hell games. Is that a lot of times. The points power ups that come down really hard to get to their usually like right after you take out an enemy and so where rewarded for playing risky. So i'm trying to say there's those weird bullet hell games where they make all the items appear ending. You've stopped shooting gravitate to you again. You have to stop shooting to get them. Yeah or or in the toho series you have to actually fly vertically up past a certain line and then you'll automatically get all the all the all the points power ups so again. It's all about the the risky play of getting too close to enemies or just stopping shooting altogether but running gun games. I think you're you're supposed to match the but there's no point where you're going to stop mashing the button you're gonna hold that button down and you're gonna keep pressing it until your thumb hurts in here and do that and the game is over and i can't believe you finished some of these games back in the day. I never could are corpse. That beat midnight resistance. I'd beat beat contra about these we named on this episode a b contra three Never played bloody wolfback count. And i never got to play to super turkey and game. Give him count. you talked about. Finish midnight resistance. Yes i did l. Tough that looked really hard. It's not an easy game. That's for sure. I played it. It took me a number of to get it right but it became another case of again memorization. You've got to the point where you're playing levels and things work out exactly as you expect them to. He goes awry. Throws you for a loop especially the areas. Where like the game would scroll and the weight gain work. There's areas where you had to go vertically downwards and rather than just have say like the contra waterfall stage where it goes up as you go up. The game reveal lower areas as you got to them so sometimes you just start out in a cracking position where guns pop immediately. It was no. It's not very fair. Like that's what happens to your crawling in game where they reveal the after the already in a bad position with by still play the super fair. You know you know what's going to happen until you're already in it and then you're gonna maybe next time i'll remember. It could do it. When i get there down my entire family tell you that every single one of them hanging out with me on the cliff with it but then you only had four keys and you got to pick one. Pick one of them. Come with doll now. They okay with me. I am play around when it comes to family me. I got colonel rough with pay to pay the we are family to do to do. I got all my keys on. May emily well if you want to get in contact with me and cornell with the show you have a track suggestion topic suggestion or if you just want to say hi you can send us an email. Britain and pixels at hotmail dot com for full track listing This episode access to all of our episodes and links to all the other stuff where you can find us in all the other. Cool stuff that we're doing. It's all at our website. Redman pixels dot com check us on instagram and twitter and facebook. it's rhythm in pixels. All one word you can see on youtube dot com slash rhythm and pixels. We have a twenty four seven eight bit and sixteen bit radio station. So if you're done listening to the show and you want to hear just music just random jams piece together. All day long disco their youtube dot com slash rhythm pixels. And if you want us to stay actually inspired me to actually attempt just like maybe. I'll do it the next week or two record a game. Save it and in his throat and channel like. I don't know if it's going to be one. I'm talking like played or if it's just like yeah but there's something cool by david lynch. There's a whole channel. They're just dumped the content honor. They have a computer that can play a ton of stuff in record the footage. Men's like don't so cornell cornell long place that'd be allowed really fun mind. My dream is to eventually have like robin burnell. Like playing through like classic. Rpg's together oh that'd be fun like we'll have to use like safe states and stuff so it's so it's probably it'll probably take off. I really want to finish the original final fantasy on the s. A feeling that. You're way better at it than i am. At least you remember where things are and so that would be a lot of fun to do. Oh i'd be stumbled into and first. I actually finished that for the first time. In twenty fifty in preparation for final fantasy panel. Oh you already up on it. So i mean i guess it's six years ago but still you know more and if you want to support the show You can share it with people. People tell people about the show. Let them know what you're listening. Let them know that you love video. Game music And that's good for me. E- can also logo on the side of their house. Yeah neagh also like i like robin burnell in like crazy awesome good you gotta rhythm in pixels dot com slash merch and there. You can get t shirts with our logo on it. You t shirts with a video game. Music related jokes and actually the sound teams. The company sound teams. 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It's a big deal to us like to thank franklin board. Yeah thank you welcome aboard. I hope you enjoy all of the content that we've got out there. Hope hope you enjoy it so now also like to thank frankly. Zappa mike myers sean dobbins. Andreas milberg brian. Pit cameron warmer carlos. Kung-fu carlito from the heroes. Three podcast. who will be guesting on the show next week. A little preview there. Chris wiesner aka musashi two one nine. Christopher drum devi cakes david taylor herald howard wicked suffer off the justin schneider from pgm radio. Michael bridgewater from the forever. Sound version podcast. Right hartselle cova sleepiest more steve miller taco. The autistic game eighty nine. The fiji embassy. Ed wilson kicking it there in the embassy and then again all person. So thank you all so so much for your continued support of our little. Podcast means a lot to us much appreciated. Thank you thank you. Thank you So yeah next week. Kung-fu with kung-fu carlito. I'm super stoked for it. Like i mentioned we have carlito and michelle a little preview freedom like here's the actual episode. Actually he's He's on dischord right now. Let's pullman and We'll just start right up also next week all sleep so behest. The construction will have stopped at the house. The my office will be. We'll be cleaned and pronounced. You can come back to the studio and sound. quality will be a little bit different a little bit a little bit better for the show. So i'm looking forward to that again. Haven't you back here. I could sweat in the chair all over again. Just like i'd rather have the smell of cornell straight from the gym this cat right now that's about to do some unspeakable things in that box in the corner so or can't you love that cat justice system. That's a problem but she just wants to be pet. It's nice anyway. Thanks for listening to the show. Rhythm in pixels my name is rob nichols and i'm cornell. We'll see you next week. Good night night and remember Well i can't speak for everybody but I've been losing my collective mind over a lot of general news. Things that have been popping up regarding world events in general environmental things unfortunately ally those issues are kind of grand scale on the level of things in which we can't personally fix on her own however one thing. i like to acknowledge mention. Is that more often than not people like to listen that kind of thing and it's bigger than me says i can do but really is a thing where i feel like individuals acknowledged it despite being unable to fix the problem on their own. They can do what they can do to make things better every still there making things better because millions of people did this. Yeah obviously a lot of people still. Millions of people have that exact same outlook. I can't fix it alone. I'm just going to do what i can do. And go from there that will be a millions of people making a difference together without realizing it. So in that regard is is better to actually do your part do your best as an individual ravin. Toss your hands up because you're not the whole and nothing comes out of it still bear than immediately just doing nothing all anyway. I dunno i started crushing all. My darn can't going back to diamond state recycling with them because quite frankly just makes sense now like just do your part whatever you can't and.

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Los Angeles Times 10/12/20

L.A. Times Morning Briefing

03:11 min | 1 year ago

Los Angeles Times 10/12/20

"It's Monday October twelfth I'm Mary. Regalado, and here's your local news from the Los. Angeles. Times. Brought to you by lucky charms magical mission at a little fun to your family's morning and join lucky the Leprechaun on an interactive adventure through eight magical charm lands to restore magic available on your Smart Speaker just say open lucky charms, magical mission or search for it wherever you listen to podcasts. Today will be sunny with a high of ninety two and low tonight of sixty eight. Our top story several southern California suburban counties are failing to meet covid nineteen benchmarks for communities of color, Orange Riverside San Bernardino San Diego and eight other counties aren't meeting the new metric. The new measurement is designed to ensure that the rates of positive covid nineteen tests in the most disadvantaged neighborhoods don't significantly exceed counties overall rate it measures the seven day average rate of positive test results among counties lowest core tile against the infection rate countywide the latest numbers at published early last week pertained to county data from the previous week. In weather news cooler temperatures are expected to give way to a heat wave in. Los. Angeles County which could bring periods of elevated fire risk this week, overall meteorologists say downtown La is expected to reach ninety degrees today ninety, three tomorrow and Wednesday and ninety on Thursday. The combination of elevated temperatures low humidity and moderate wins will result in elevated to at brief times. Critical fire conditions. Last week while weather conditions were favourable crews fighting the bobcat fire in the Angeles National. Forest above Zaza boosted containment of the blaze to ninety percent. In Education, UCLA is investigating several zoom bombing incidents during the first week of the fall term officials said people disrupted online classes with racist and hateful language. The school also said it was offering support to affected students through UCLA counseling and psychological services, and that it was exploring additional security measures to minimize disruptions in the future zoom bombing has become a growing problem as more classes, meetings, and other gatherings are held online because of the covid nineteen pandemic USC and multiple La area. High schools have had similar incidents. And finally, some popular trails in the Angeles National Forest reopened. Friday after a month-long closure because of the active bog campfire campfire and high fire danger still other roads and trails north of Sierra Madre and Zuza in the burned area remained closed Angeles crest highway. The main road through the forest also remains shut from five miles east of its intersection with Angeles Forest Highway to a point five miles west of big pines fire risk remains extreme as well. Other parts of the forest have reopened though including routes to Echo Mountain at inspiration point above Altadena on the west side of the closure along with ice house, Kenyon, and Mount Baldy on the eastern side. For. These stories and more visit L. A. Times Dot Com.

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Uncovering Hidden Truths in Mysteries and Thrillers

Literary Entertainment! Live Author Interviews

1:01:28 hr | 1 year ago

Uncovering Hidden Truths in Mysteries and Thrillers

"You're listening to the winning literary show off the shelf books. Talk radio life with host in eastern author of the book. Long walk up porsche. Love more over me. Spiral has many faces and rosettes great. Hope your dial and get ready for blast of feature author interviews four one one on book festivals. And so much more ready. Let's go to live create eight of life. We must lose our fear of being wrong. That's an anonymous quote to live a creative life. We must lose off fear of being wrong. Good morning good morning. I want to welcome you to our saturday october seventeen. I was just thinking this morning. When i was getting ready for today so i like. Oh my god. I thought already. We already passed the mid october. We come down you guys laugh. Quarter of twenty twenty. I hope what you set out to in january. The first you didn't let anything happen to deteriorate. You can't find a way to get creative to live a creative life from with blue. I fear of being wrong and when you were wrong to adjust your sales so you can achieve your goal. Come here in. And if you if it's along the way you just to help you you want to read a great books books. They are so riveting and engaging you came to the right place because we have an author on deck for you. If you lot of mysteries and talking about a mystery how good of a misdemeanor sleuth. All you talk about an on time guest for the day. I always ask you guys how good of a mystery sleuth are you. And how much do value relationships. I think that's all like is relationships. Relationships work relationships with your family. And even if you don't keep in touch with your family you still have refashioned at at some point a relationship with them relationship with neighbors relationship where people when you go to the store where even if you live out in the middle of nowhere you probably having a relationship at the very least with yourself at the very least which yourself alive seems like it's all about relationships but do value relationships and if you do and you like to see how relationships change i encourage you to get a copy of love. Pour over me. Not only how they change how they change you and how. You're impacting others. There's a complicated father son relationship in the story and there is a couple of raymond brinda. Who truly truly belong together. But that doesn't mean there. Road is easy. 'cause raymond's had he has come through an abusive childhood. His father suffered from alcoholism. But he's he's so right and he's on his way to the olympics but the on his way to college he witnesses a murder mystery. He goes on to build these. This awesome friendships with before and is one other guys. One of his best friends involved in this murder mystery. Like mr and you love relationship. Stop go get a copy of love for over me right now. You can get an e book and start reading to day. It's an e book or imprint. Format love paul. Me by the attorney and now let us go and meet our very special this show guests and honest special off the shelf guessing on is elliott mason elliott grew up in southern california graduated from the university of southern california in nineteen eighty nine with a bachelor's degree in history. Let's see if he ties it in with his books and he earned a master's degree from zuza pacific university. He has also worked. Okay i'm thinking about love for over me. Raymond clark ransack. He's also worked at a college track and field. Coast and website developer manager and twenty. Thirteen elliott swiss from coaching to writing full time. His first book arlington orders was released. Jeff last year and twenty nineteen and he is working on a sack second novel a book title the legal killer. Oh alan courage you to visit elliott. That is official. Official website is which is elliott mason. Books dot com e. l. l. i. Ot ill my sol. In be oh okay. S. dot com one more time e. l. l. i. ot m. a. s. o. n. b. o. okay s. dot com elliott won t elliot mason books dot com. We are just absolutely honored to have elliot here with us on off. The shelf. looks talk radio this money. welcome elliott. Hi good morning thank you thank you for having me how are you. I am doing fabulous. I'm excited looking forward to what you're going to share with our global listeners. Sixteen years in here on off the shelf. We've had fabulous. Guess and i know they're excited to hear what you're going to share especially and i love a mystery so but to the first few questions i'm gonna ask. You eliot asked to every guest so listeners get a little back story on our guest before we start talking about that books so to kick off today show. Can you tell off the shelf listeners. They said southern california but where you grew up what city and what life was like for you growing up. I grew up in a middle class neighborhood. Just south of los angeles It was actually. I kinda try over the nineteen seventies and eighties. I born in the sixties but Kinda remember most of my childhood being of the seventies and eighties and For the most part. I i was pretty normal. Kid play baseball Little league you know ran around my friends. Try to try to get into some trouble but not too much and But i always in had a love of history and after kind of soul-searching. A little bit after i graduated high school i i Moved on to the university of california where i majored in history and Kind of started my love affair with writing During those times My early years in college. So are you an only child or you got other siblings and you grew up with. I'm a middle child. I have an older and younger sister. So i had the i middle kid and you know my my older sister. is a cpa living up in los angeles by my younger sister is a is a teacher Just south of la so We kind of stay close to the area that we grew up in but Yeah i grew up as as the middle kid. Okay what so when you majored in history. When you were a child what did you. What did you dream about being a history teacher when you grew up you know when i was a kid i i remember having dreams of you know both a lot of kids. Had you know. One time. I dreamt of being a sports star at at At other times. I thought of other things but really by the time i got to college. I was kind of unsure. There was a thought of possibly going in To the field of history and maybe Teach history at a One of the reasons i had was becoming a at a at a university but It kinda sidetracked into writing when people started to take notice by writing and i for the most part. I wasn't really quite sure whether i was going to be good. Enough to or -ccomplish enough writer to actually Venture into writing novels but So when i when i was growing up there the idea of becoming a writer was kind of foreign to me just from the standpoint. I was unsure of myself and it wasn't until later that gained the competence more and more my skills when i started writing for blogs and magazines and things of that nature if you want from history to chat coach to coach track and i definitely got cousins about track. So sort of organically came from the blogging etc. Is that would really inspired your birth of books or somebody read you when you were a kid. What really attracted you to books themselves. They're not thinking. I'm thinking more about fictional books. Okay well I think for the most part just because of my love of history. I was attracted to books that were historical fiction. So i remember reading books that had a history element Growing up of course call of the wild by jack. London was a book that i read as a kid. And having i. I love that book. I love reading about You know the exploring the expiration of the of the of alaska and the pacific northwest. Those types of things so i was kind of gravitated kind of gravitated to those books and then You know i. I also had a love for of movies. That had historical fiction edge to them. Like raiders of the lost ark. Was you know. When i was growing up i that came out when i the first one came out when i was in junior high school. And i remember just being mesmerized by this fantasy. And i remember reading fictional scripts what could get my hands on them. A lot of times I got the script for the lost ark. Read it As almost like as a fictional story so i those were kind of my. Inspirations when i was growing up looking at these Very very Interesting parts of of a ways of looking at history and so that was kind of my gravitational pull as it came to a fictional story so for our listeners. Here who might think you know if you don't know what you wanna do by the time you and your twenty some people you know. It's almost as if what do you. What do you want to do. Yes kids and i asked my nephew. He's thirteen or you. You use for yourself you think. What am i gonna major in college. And i've got to know now. What i wanna do with the rest of my life and some people do. Some people are in the fifties. Like i figured it out but for those who might think. Oh it's too late for me. It's too late for me. Because i don't know what i wanna do and it's just too late. How old were you. Maybe this one spiral incurs someone. How were you when you knew that you wanted to be a novelist. Oh wow i was in my mid forties i I had. I had been writing a for like i said for trade magazines blogs websites those things but and people had approached me over the years about possibly Riding novel but the idea was kind of terrifying for me at the time and of course you probably heard people come up. You know to other writers and say oh. You're you're such a good writer you ought to write a book and the first thought is okay. Great about what. How do i come up with some type of fictional story. You know off the top of my head. it's very intimidating thing but i really become I guess focused on the possibility of becoming a novelist until i was in my mid forty so it it was rather i guess as authors go later in life you know what i heard that inspired somebody and not just if somebody listening to off-the-shelf wants to be a writer but they may they may want to just do a career switch and and just like you know with a core corona virus. Some people are october nineteenth. Some people are just saying. I using this time for good. Not everybody's looking at it from a negative aspect. Just i'm gonna make shift is something i know are one. I've been wanting to make a change for years. We'll make it. It's just good to hear. People say i i was in my forties or fifties or sixties and. I went back to college or did something else and i couldn't. I couldn't be any happier but before we go into. I gotta ask you just a few questions. Because i ran track. I ran cross country and a star of la. Paul raymond clark is a. He's on his way to the olympics. Middle distance eight hundred meters. I mean i gotta ask what is it like i. I've never been to like a coach at all. What's it like to the track and field team when i was researching interview. Elliot and i saw it. I was like wow. What is that experience like. It was fantastic I coached at the collegiate level and working with a young Athletes young men and women that age is really kind of I think a special time just because they are. They're still kind of kids. But at the same time they're They're moving into adulthood both mentally socially physically and If it's just an exciting time. I loved the excitement of it. I loved the camaraderie of working with other coaches It can be tiring though I think a lotta people. They get their ideas of of coaches by watching. You know. maybe they're watching a football game on saturday and a lot of people this impression. That coach shows up on saturday. And just coaches the game I often said that coaching the actual physical act of coaching was the easiest. Part of my job you will represented maybe about ten percent of what i actually did. The other ninety percent is recruiting and compliance and fundraising and Travel schedules it's just. It's an absolute siege and Recruiting is the bulk of it. You spend probably you know every night on the phone till ten o'clock at night talking to athletes so it is it's very it's very competitive but it. It is a wonderful time that was. I really enjoyed it. That thank you that was very insightful. I wouldn't have thought that. I would have told you you you. You put together the practice. Is you coach them. And then you go to the game and you motivate and That's what i would have thought most of it was. Now it's still. Did you cross your whole team or did you just the sprinters or the distance line. He like movement. I coach i coach cross country and I was the head cross country coach and head coach so in track and field coach. Everything from eight hundred meters all the way up. Ten thousand meters and of course Both the cross country team wins cross country. You got me impressed. So this again for off the shelf listeners. Something that can maybe help them. The the one question. I asked you. How were you when you wanted to be a writer. And his next one before we start talking about The arlington or now. It's not always easy to shift a lot of us all around the globe or having to shift and people don't like we say sometimes we're bored with our lives the rut routine but we we always create routines and patterns. And don't like when they get shaking and so it's not always easy to shift careers or any change. Can you offer few insights 'cause you done it successfully. Can you offer insights on how you made the shift from coachee to novel writing. Well you know it wasn't The switch was a graduate one for me actually and I think you know now that you know you mentioned you know in the middle of a pandemic a lot of times. People are kind of forced to shift just because of the circumstances but For me it was kind of I i was. I was burned out on my on my career. I wasn't I realized that i was not approaching. My my my coaching career with the same bigger i once did and when i realized that i realized that that unless i had one hundred percent effort in it or a hundred percent of my heart into it that that maybe it was time to consider switching. And that was kind of the impetus for me to kind of To to begin to move over from doing that into a full time writing career. I i think that it's It was more of a self reflection Just kind of saying wow. I've been doing this for a long time and I've accomplished what i've wanted to accomplish that field. And i'm just not i'm not getting the same level of satisfaction i did and then on top of it. It was just taking an enormous amount of time. Away from my My family and my friends and you're always gone. We get and so. It was kind of a kind of a gradual realization through self reflection that maybe want to move into a different field. That was kind of how i gradually moved over from From writing blogs into this idea that. Hey maybe i can actually tackle this. This whole goal writing book. That i've been thinking about but Was to take on. How did you. How did you get the courage. I'm just how that is such a huge shift to me. How did you get the courage though to just you've ever written a novel to just take that launch. I did you just do. What are you writing and coaching. And then you started selling more and more books and then you just said you know when i'm gonna go after all the way. I think it was the encouragement of of mainly family. Who kept on saying you know you've been talking about this. We believe you can do it. My biggest impediment for me was basically confidence. I was really nervous. I mean it's one thing to write for. Let's say a trade magazine where you're given a subject matter and you're told okay we want you to write an article about this. We want you to write a blog about that. That's easy for me because it's a directed writing you're giving the subject and you're told and it's more done from an analytical type of standpoint but the idea of coming up with this original story terrified me and i think what really gradually pushed me into it was was family. Who basically said you know. We believe that you can do this. This is something that we have competence that you are capable of doing. You finally take a stab at it and That that would probably be the biggest influence that to say okay. It's time i was ready to move on and I just needed some. I guess extra love and encouragement from those close to me to to actually To take the staff to take the leap and that's kind of how it came about Some awesome elliott. So can you give off the shelf listeners. And view of be a first book. The arlington orders of course The book the arlington orders. The actual Impetus of the book and started book is based on a real life. Event called the dahlgren affair Most people are not familiar with the dog and fair. It was a little known event that happened during the civil war. There was a young union colonel. Whose name was all dahlgren. He was twenty one years old. Just basically a kid who In march of eighteen sixty four was killed in a confederate ambush about six miles outside the confederate capital of richmond. virginia When the confederate searched his body they found set of orders on him and the set of orders. Basically said you ought to kill president. Jefferson davis who was the president of the confederacy. You're to kill everybody in the confederate government. And you are to burn richmond to the ground and that's a time. This was a very shocking Events because it was well publicized throughout the south because at that time there was kind of a gentleman's agreement between the two sides that Civilian heads of state would not be targeted so the northwood jefferson davis and anybody in the confederate government and likewise The south wouldn't target lincoln or anybody in the In the union government so it was This gentleman's agreement that had seen it in broken There's a lot of controversy on whether who gave that order. Because it's still to this day. No one does but because of that Incident and because the war was not going well for the south. They decided to evacuate the capital richmond. Virginia the problem was not the people out that was fairly simple. The hard part was they had all their gold and silver reserves in richmond. And which was the money they use to basically run the war effort so what they decided to do was a secret operation and this was to covertly move all the golden silver down to the port in savannah georgia where they would sail out of savannah to an undisclosed location and then they withdraw the money when they needed it well they actually implemented this covert operation and transfer disappeared without a trace and to this day. Nah into it. It's one of the great mysteries of of the civil war. So i took that story. And i have characters who people who stumble upon clues in modern times and Becomes the deadly chase their Only could Where they're searching for the treasure where the implications of the treasurer could change the very future of the country. So it's a deadly chase that touches upon a lot of the circumstances and events that we're dealing with now in modern time so that's kind of how the story unravel. Oh my goodness i. It sounds and i never heard of that. So you majoring in history. We made history. Just like i saw a movie yesterday based on a real life story about a woman who when i can't think of the name of it. She hired an attorney to want her family that jews living in austria they just a nazis came stuff. She got back a family portrait. That was well over. Where for one hundred million dollars. But it took her sixty eight years to get it back but still that that history when you hear these history stories. This is what you love about history and this is. Why would the writing these historic. Novels is so intriguing. Now how much. The arlington orders. How much of the book do do you keep to real life events. A lot of it. that to me historical fiction works best when you are actually using real history and Historical events and items and even people to Tell the story now. The main characters of the story are fictional. there are four main characters that are fictional but the events they talk about the locations they go to even some of the restaurants they stop at. And there's a couple of scenes where they're in restaurants are actual real places. So i tried to use I tried to make the the book feel as well. Att and real as possible by actually using real history. I talk quite a bit about characters such as thomas or real historical figures. Such as thomas jefferson You know we talked about Touch upon obviously abraham lincoln some of the confederate people that we know well robert de lee All of these things that That are we're pretty well known in terms of who they were. I tried to tie in so quite a bit. You know i gotta ask. This wasn't the question. I was going to ask you how long. How much time did you spend just researching. We've had autism and they and their books at so will there are people. There's a niche for that historic the historic fiction. And they tell me they've researched. We one on she wrote something about a a The last i forget what it was in russia and and the research you have to do because this is what has people who stalk fixing. Tell me they're our readers that fixing like the back of their hand and they will tell you they didn't use they didn't have those types of napkins back then or then diner didn't didn't they didn't use those types of cups. They are that they have type of civil war. Pacman there that. I don't think so. How much time researching this did you spend like. Months and months before you just sat down and started writing all ington orders i would take. I would write down notes but before actually started constructing the story. it was about two years of research. I I was kinda doing simultaneously so i can't say that i that i you know research first. And then went to the book but I researched a great deal. It was at least two years of research and it was An even as a history major. I've learned a lot of one of the weather. Cool things about history is that you know. I don't care how much you think you know about it. You could be you know. Have a doctorate in in the field. There's always something new to learn and I learned so much even even from events that i thought i knew well previously learned quite a bit. So yeah it was. It was very very detailed amount of history that i had to study and learn and get into some the backstory's of some of these historical figures that i thought i knew so well but learned something completely different from a about them. That could you introduce us to just his personality. His his drive his his weakness is his strengths can can introduce us to the confederate president. Jefferson davis again. What he likes his personality and his his personality. Did you keep it. Close to with the real. Jefferson davis was like I tried to keep it as close as i can. Jefferson davis mixes appears mainly in the in the beginning of the story Jefferson davis was a religious man. He was sometimes prone to Being very nervous. But he was a true believer in his cause and he saw the way he viewed the north was in his in his mind. He viewed the north as overbearing that they basically almost to the sense where he felt that the north wanted to To basically enslaved the entire south is how he saw it so he was. He was a very interesting man. He was very intelligent but he was also and very organized but he was also very nervous in could get very emotional and he was prone to sometimes going into Emotional i guess it wouldn't be raised almost fits that i that i felt would sometimes cloud his judgment so he was very he was kind of a an interesting character. he and mainly he appears Because the event the dahlgren affair appears towards the beginning of the book. he His appearances mainly during that part of the story. But that's kind of the man he was he was He was also very He he he could never come to terms. Even after the south lost the war he never come to terms that the confederacy was was over in his mind. It never really ended Can you tell us how this cooking. Madison column And if you could just enter first of all introduce us to let me ask you this question. I can you tell us how desk cook in madison colin. How did they stumble upon clues about the hidden gold and silver treasure. Okay well Desk cook is a is a person who is getting his masters degree at the university of georgia. In history he's He's kind of a interesting guy. He is very very much into puzzles and he always enjoyed learning kind of these little tidbits side notes history. Which would kind of fall. What the dog or an affair would be and he is volunteering at the savannah historical foundation while he's working on his master's Thesis and there's a young woman. Her name is madison. Calendar as a part time professor at savannah state university and she also volunteering their and they need and Death cook What they're doing is they're working on something. He goes on quite a bit with historical foundation where they digitize historical documents and then put them on the internet for researchers to look at and study and this is something that goes on quite often and so they're involved with this project where digitizing old photographs and documents and the and death comes across pitcher. Where it's this old dick hero type. Which is the old tin type of photograph and asks he's He wants to scan the photographs so he has to remove the pitcher from the rain and when he removes the picture Basically a piece of parchment comes out with a set of cryptic clues oud and he's not really sure what it is. He but he believes it might be related to that and he and madison. That's how they started on it. Oh see this is what. I love about off the shelves. When do you know as a as a book lover and arthur. I like look at the book cover and read the first few pages of a book. And and the the the summary schnapps is really doesn't pull me. It's the first few pages and I don't pay attention often. The book reviews at all. But that's fool me but when when when authors talk on like off-the-shelf about their books answering questions. That's what i really get like. I gotta get that are really good super excited to hear the author talk about more the inner workings other story so now it's a hundred and fifty years after the civil war. The entire country has changed. How can how. How can this in medicine go back in an earthy trousers. I mean hundred fifty years later. Why would they even bother. Well i think for for them for dez mass and personally the way. They're kind of two lost souls They both of them are kind of dissatisfied with how their life has turned out Dez feels that he should have been further along. He's a he's he spent time in the military and then after he got out and decided to go back to school but he really doesn't know what he wants to do with his life. Madison is a recent divorcee who from came from nashville and and when i've wanted to start over again but both of them are kinda satisfied where they on their life and that's one of the things that they run into some of the doubts. Some of the doubts they have is. Wow okay. these clues are directing us to certain areas. I we have to kind of decode them. But once we decode them we'll these areas even still be around one hundred and fifty years later and something they fear that That may not happen but their treasured to them represents kind of A win giving their meaningless lives or their directness lies direction. It gives gives them something to hold onto. It's almost a Something that represents that their lives have more value and distant has value so for them. It's kind of an adventure. the other two characters. it's completely different. The motivation is completely different. And it's not until desert. Madison get further along the search that they realize that what they're looking for is extremely important and that it could It could not only result in changing the country but can result in their deaths. So it's very It it it kind of takes them from one extreme to the next. So they're they're okay so if you could just tell us a little bit more about this you said he feels he feels lost but what his personality is like is he a or does he live alone if he married divorced etc. But before you do that it sounds like they just they they they stumble upon this or this is fall's out of this book apartment and he just like a whim. It's like almost if if something fell out any off the shelf listener. They're in a library. Some falls out they just curious and it says one to three huff street and they say you know what i just want job by there and see what that place looks like and you get there. There's another before you and you just start with just almost a casual. I've just curious and it goes deeper but before we talk a little bit more about the the arlington. can you just described as a little bit more What what is he likes. And what is his life. Been like up until this point we have. This discovery does has he. You know has had a very hard life and from the standpoint. His father dies when he's young so he He and his mother doesn't have a lot of money so he kind of is helping the family by working at a very young age and but he's always frustrated because he's very bright but he can never seem to move on with his life because he doesn't have the financial means to do so and he always dreamed of going to university and he wants to make sure that his mother's okay so he eventually joined the military and In the military he sent to afghanistan where he has a very traumatic experience And i'm not really giving away much of the story. But during his time in afghanistan he's involved in the firefight and he accidentally kills a child and this haunting. Oh he yeah. He's he's very haunted by suffers from Posters post traumatic stress disorder. He is Has a tax and so It for him. he's he's got his own kind of You know d. Inner demons that he's dealing lists and He you know when he comes back to The states after his time in the army is over He goes back to school but he always feels out of place because not only has he had these these horrible experience but he's also than a lot of you know his classmates and here. He is in his late twenties early thirties. And most of the the students in classes are eighteen. Nineteen twenty years old so he feels out of place he hasn't had any significant romantic involvement with anybody in quite some time because He just has not been able to kind of reconnect with himself and And that's kind of what the treasure in some senses represents as well so he he's does but does also have kind of naievety about him He he believes in certain things that oftentimes finds out later a proven to be untrue and that also has a very Negative impact are hard impact on him. So he's he's a He's far from perfect. That's for certain that's he's a very M that's why. I wrote when i wrote him. I think a lot of books that tend to do these type of things. The main characters are these. You know super heroes. Almost they you know are spies or fastens I always was fascinated by what would happen to someone. Who's just a regular person who who has never really done anything of that type of significance and all of a sudden there are thrown into this very unusual situation is he represents is he. General is he is he. General is he like a violent comic aggressive. He's he comes across as a general guy like he wouldn't be somebody who can start a fight or be violent is he. Is he either one of those. He's very gentle. He is violence is a completely revolting to him. You know he he experienced. Don't so much of it in afghanistan while he was in the military that he he tries to you know to avoid violence like the plague. He just doesn't want any part of it because he felt that you feed enough in his life to last a hundred lifetimes and he just he really a very gentle very He's a very caring person but he's also very naive person. A lot ways and That personality a little bit. Yeah it sounds like that and they is not gonna. That could hurt you on. See this kind of search. Can you tell us a little bit more off the selflessness about ms madison What she like. How how she's from nashville. Can you tell us a little bit more about her. Her strengths are weaknesses. Things that help the listeners. Keep turning those pages to see what she's gonna get caught up in that okay well. Madison Grew up in nashville and she was kind of the awkward. Shy girl. growing up. She was skinny with braces. she was the object of ridicule with A lot of her friends She our loved her friends but her classmates And she was kind of a bookworm. Kind of very kind of a nerdy character and But she was also very night even when she went away to college. She met a young man who she became instantly enthralled with and plus she's kind of went through a physical metamorphosis. Where kind of outgrew. That awkwardness and was actually a became a very attractive. Young woman But she because she had so much. Now you've attained the dating world. She basically gravitated to the first the first guy that showed her any attention and she ends up marrying this individual who Goes on and is not a very good husband he he Cheats on her. She catches him in numerous affairs and finally the last straw was when she caught him in another one and she decides to get up and leave and moved to savannah georgia. Her her idea was she. She was always at the top of her class but she always seemed to lose out on getting the job she desired. She wasn't coming through for her and she felt By the time she gets savannah georgia. She's in some senses feeling a little sorry for herself and She doesn't know what she's gonna do. She's again she only has a part time gig at savannah state. She also works as a part-time the hostess in a restaurant and Really has no clue about how she's going to start over. She feels that she Is quickly losing her prime years and still not accomplishing what she wanted accomplish. feels foolish because she felt that her good years. We're giving away in a failed marriage and She gets on the phone one day and her mother chastise their you know about stop feeling. Sorry for yourself and find a perfect so she goes out and she volunteers at the savannah historical foundation. And that's where she meets dead and fresh flirtatiously but but they're cautious too so that's kind of how they meet so when they meet. How old is this and how does madison when they meet. They're both in their early thirties. oh good so the me too me. They're young. I'm thinking they're like forties forty fifty. They're young to me. They're okay but yeah they they are very The they're in their early thirties. But they just feel like they. They have They just haven't accomplished much and This kind of gives their directions life direction. Basically they There is a lot of flirtation going on between the two. You know you could feel some sexual tension there but they are They're very cautious. They're worried about you. Know how their past might interfere with any type of relationship in the future so you can feel it kind of on the surface a little bit. But you don't want to or below the surface a little bit but you but they don't really carry on Further and you can't see their relationship develop as a story goes on. Oh my goodness what you have layers in this story. It just sounds so just so entertaining. Tell us about some of the places that without giving this the only ten orders that giving the store with some of the places that dez and madison visit as they search for the treasure. Oh and i also wanted to ask you who is the one who comes up with the ideal for the two of them to join forces and go search for the treasure was one of them. Reluctant was pushed him like. Yeah yeah yeah. We should do this. Whose idea was it really. Go in search of the treasure. Okay well You want the part of the country. I the where the location of the second part. Okay the first the first part they can go quite most story actually in virginia That's where most locations they do. Have a location In south carolina that they go to at the very beginning of the story. There there's a place called old sheldon church Beautiful old relic of a church is actually just a burned out relic. Now it's The only thing left are the brick arches of the church but a lot of the book takes place in virginia. And so you're going to see Places like williamsburg virginia. You're running You're gonna see a the title of the book arlington orders Arlington is a central to the book. Because a lot of people don't realize before The arlington orders arlington virginia. We all know arlington national cemetery. But before It became a cemetery was actually a private residence. The private residence was Owned by george washington's great granddaughter and She married a young dashing. Union colonel in the eighteen forties. 'cause name was robert e lee robert. We was her second cousin and they married and they actually lived on the property and owned that house but when robert he lied decided to leave. leave the The union and join the confederacy. The union government confiscated the house and took control of and then started burying union war dead on the property as a way of kind of cursing. The lee family. And that's how you get. Arlington national cemetery today. So arlington is It was also the union headquarters during the war. So lincoln would be arlington house in arlington. What is today orangey national cemetery. He he would be there often receiving communications about the war. Talking to his staff talking generals he was very involved over that place but So yeah most of the book takes place. There are some parts that go into washington dc. But i would say the the probably ninety percent of the locations are in Are in virginia in terms of What motivates them Really when they first saw it does was the one who kind of recognized the possible significance of that Cryptic parchment. That came out of the back of the frame. He he but he's not quite sure madison and who's interested in history she She is a a major in african american studies at savannah state. That's the field. She teaches and she Her expertise later on so she kind of relies on death but again what really drives them. The sense of by life is not where it should be. I'm not happy with where i am. What can i do to change it and this kind of represents you know this so it's really kind of both our ideas but i would say desert kind of one the drive. What the possibilities of that of that note might lead to and that's kind of where They are Of these to their motivation throughout the story until the it kind of is something where they bit off more than they could chew. Oh my god you really kick him. My and i'm just get imagine listeners. Now doo doo doo. Dads and madison. They i mean it sounds like the innocent about this. They're just thinking probably thinking nobody else even knows it's been a hundred fifty years. And they i mean it's just amazing the sound like you should be made into a movie. Do das- madison do they. Do they receive. Help along the way i mean. I don't want you to give the story away but is gonna get in some spots if other people are aware. Do they get help along the way while they think they do. It's actually quite the contrary They do not realize anyone else's looking for the two other characters in the story Main characters one is simply called the judge. He's a federal judge who Has always envisioned himself doing something great. Even though he's you know seems like he's accomplished a lot professionally. He envisions the He envisioned himself as somebody to be spoken on the town of people when they talk about great discovers are great people in the history. So and plus it's monetary wealth. If it were discovered today it would be worth hundreds of billions of dollars so he always envisioned himself accomplishing this. He's after he teams up with a young kid. Who's about twenty three years old. Twenty four years old Because davis william hatton and his great great grandfather served as a courier to general lead during the war and he believes that his great grandfather was involved in the operation to covertly move the treasury out of richmond virginia down to savannah georgia and he's always believed that but he never talks about the treasures value in terms of its monetary value. He only talks about it intended us. He's always referring to the treasures intended use and no one knows what he's talking about until you get to the end of the story The he and the judge team up and basically are Are in a sense competing in and they're not afraid to use violence and they're not afraid. Do whatever it takes to get to this treasure before Before anybody else does and so. Mass jazz are kind of innocently. Searching around all sudden they find themselves the targets of these people who have a lot of money a lot of resources and a And a will to use violence if necessary to get what they so. I kind of deadly chase gotta get. This made into a movie now would affect does this. Madison's efforts have on current day against if any well it's not so much. I think the effect it has a on these efforts and might have some effect when you get to the end of the story. That story You know it would have to continue on. But they talk about a lot of the issues that we are currently experiencing today and their viewpoints on history and How how history has shaped so. There's a lot of Discussions they're searching about historical figures historical events and how we view them and They're viewing through the is not only people who are emotionally involved but they're viewing it through the eyes of people who are actually educated in history and who have studied these people so their perspective. Are you know different than a lot of the discourse that goes on today where people are often driven by other factors sometimes emotion sometimes political ideology but they approach it from a very cerebral standpoint. And so a lotta issues that we talk about the day. Everything from social justice issues to federal government in state's rights. All those things are discussed as they're searching for this so it just brings you these ideas to light now. Did you visit. This'll be exciting did you. You said you did about two years. Did you visit any other places. That are mentioned in the arlington orders. Did you personally go and visit and check them out practically all of them and that to me. That was a lot of like. I like to when i read a story. I liked the author to be very descriptive. Because i wanna feel like i'm at the location that they're talking about and so. I wanted to convey that to my readers on the best way to do that. Is to actually Physically visit the locations. Ironically at the time. I had visited these locations. I've been there a couple of times but the second time I wasn't really re. I was before i started the idea for the book. I i just. I was drawing on my memories of those locations and You know the sound the sites The smells all the things that i remember from from busiest locations like williamsburg virginia Which i've been to a few times I i was trying to capture what it was like to be there. What you know just the atmosphere in general and so i kind of took my experiences in my travels and actually place them into the story and that's kind of how So i hope. I'm hoping that the reader will get that same sense when they read the book that hey here. I'm actually standing next to does madison in this place with them. So i can see everything around me that type of that type of feel to it. Will there be a sequel to arlington orders. Is there a sequel coming. Well that the legal killer the second book actually include some of the character so it is a sequel but the story line is completely different and But yeah there is it so the legal killer does kind of Because it does have some of the same characters. The legal killer does act as a. I guess you would call it. A sequel however said it is The story line is much much different and the book. I'm sorry go ahead. No no no. I was gonna ask you if you could just tell us a little bit about the legal killer. I know it's not out yet. But if you could just give us a little overview of that book oh sure Legal killer is basically. It's an examination of our federal just justice system That is a look at through the pursuit of a serial killer what What ends up happening is A there's a a murder of a us attorney out in in los angeles area and the serial killer contacts What what are the main characters and challenges them to find to go to certain historical locations and if they don't get their so those historical locations and they're giving given out of time another person dies and so The it's kind of chasing as as the chase continues in. Ravel's be kind of the very soiled underbelly of our federal justice system and how it operates and so you're you're learning about You're learning about the federal justice system through basically this pursuit of this The serial killer. Who is laying out the bodies and very specific way For the main characters to discover and they have to kind of decode. what they mean not only In modern times but also their historical context as well so it's but yeah that's kind of a sequel store. Yes some of the characters in the arlington. Orders are in the legal. You said they look through them. So do we see madison again. Oh do you want me to give that away. Okay don't tell them how hold you the illustration as we come down to the last. We got less than seven minutes. Who do the illustration for The arlington order that was great artwork. Who who who did that. Illustration for the book. That was actually done through my publisher who has a a a a series of artist. I i actually never met the artist. And i would love to because i thought they did a marvelous but he the idea for the cover. They basically asked me. What are your visions for the cover. What are your visions for what it would look like and I kind of said well arlington. and i. When you think of arlington you always think of to me. When i think arlington i always think of those tombstones because they're so iconic And so when i gave my publisher they basically gave it to other artists. Who designed it. So unfortunately i've never met the illustrator. Whoever it is they did a marvelous job And then i said well. I need something a lot of people especially now when there's so much controversy about you know representations of anything confederate You know how. Do i represent the this. Is you know the background of the story. And so i said okay we need you. Know what's place the flag over One of the one of what looks like almost like a crate or coffin and so They said well. We'll come up with some ideas and they basically on the first sample just absolutely nailed it and i was. I was thrilled. Because i think it does a A good job. Tim thing the idea of the story And at the same time do it in a way that peaks you know piques people's interest. What is this all about. And i it's i've got quite a bit of. I've gotten quite a bit of comments on the on the cover and Which is great. Which is what you look for. You hope it grabs people's attention. Yeah now what i've read has been saying about the book itself. The arlington is what type of feedback. Have you been getting the interesting things the back when most people hear it most people when i describe the book they they see it as kind of Almost like the movie national treasure. Which is you know you know. Famous movie with nicholas cage but what the feedback. I generally get was. Wow this book to say a lot darker and the ending completely shocked me That's the time that i was not expecting that ending. And this was not national treasure. Emphatically say that because They said this was way darker This was Way scarier and it was And the other Feedback i get. Is that got them thinking about some of the issues especially the ending and how it relates to some of the issues we have going on today. they were completely They were completely surprised. Because there's really when you get towards the end the book and i'm not going to give away the surprise. There's really two or three surprises. That happened but they were completely not expecting and That's kind of What people remember most about the book can you share. We got a little over three minutes. Can you share three to four steps. You've taken to be effective at getting the word out about the arlington orders. Well sure The first step. I took basically I really recognize that. I was not very good at social. It's not my forte. So i actually hired someone. Who was and i started What i've always believed even in my previous career when someone knows more about something that than you do use their knowledge. So i hired a company called keen social There's a guy i think. His name is ben gomez great guy who has really done a marvelous job with My website has done a marvelous job with instagram and twitter. And we did a i don't know if you see a my on my webpage. We actually created video like movie trailers except for a book where we actually hired real actors to play out the personalities of these characters before main characters and so that was something that was a little differently. We did a A large advertising campaign through social media. the next thing i did was basically. I try to Talk to as many people. I called bookstores. i called Any type of speaking engagement before the pandemic and Any type of speaking engagement. I i'm always willing to go to to To talk to people whether it be a book clubs or whether it be in front of large audiences i also try to I tried to send out samples to people to friends and family to get them to talk about it to get them to pass it around to heighten people's interests so those are probably the first three steps that i really took The the last after actually. In hindsight. I probably should have done this earlier. Is i hired anthony mora and anthony more communications Who has done a remarkable job with helping publicize the book he. He's forgotten more about marketing. A book than i'll ever know and i've worked with him and A couple of other people grace topalian Who helped me a great deal with getting out. The word On wonderful programs like yours and talking about it i would buy. Recommendation is just whatever avenue open to communicate to people. Use it and use it as much as possible. Now we're can can listeners. Get a copy of the arlington orders. They can find they can go to amazon. It's on amazon. I tuned google Barnes and noble target. They all carry the book you can order it online They want more information You mentioned at the very beginning of the show. My website at mason books dot com. I i have a newsletter if they would like to sign up for it where sent out information inter about interviews or upcoming events They can also connect directly through my website to to locations to purchase the book so bowling all you hear open to them. We thank you thank you. Elliot mason won a delight We have had the pleasure of having our featured guests elliot mason. He's the author of the book arlington orders and the legal killer. He's online at elliot mason. Books dot com e. l. l. i. not my s. o. n. b. o. s. dot com. Elliot mason won t. Elliot mason dot com arlington orders. If you came in midstream or late on the show don't know where he wants his fantasy streaming as you can go back and listen to. It is entirely and archives and share with as many people as you like berkeley people who love his three. Oh my goodness. I'm not a history. But he had me through the whole interview so encourage you to go out and support. Elliot mason get a copy of the all intern orders and then share the interview with many people. Just just listen to this interview. I how could you not get a copy of the book when you hear him. Talk about in two years of research so thank you to elliot mason. Thank you to all of our off the shelf listeners. As always tell you are incredible. You're awesome you are so fabulous. Go out and create an awesome day for yourself to get back next saturday eleven. Am eastern standard time elliott. I'll send you an email when the show finishes streaming five for. Now thank you.

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Success in challenging times

Monocle 24: The Menu

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Success in challenging times

"This episode of the menu is brought to you in association with mariot bond. Voy hello and welcome to the menu. Markle's food and drink show markle's hippie. This week we hear from victim. Luga co phones off the big mama croup about peace recipe for creating successful restaurants and how he has gained the confidence to launch new places even during the pandemic. It's our definition of fun. It's our definition of good. It's our definition of italian. It's our recipe. It's our design. We like it then. This week's cookbook is all about the reach. Culinary culture of the ball to creation the restaurants are kind of great artistry and they have a lot of research going into those meals. I wanted to see what was happening in the homes more from sousa suck a bit later. We'll also get to the week's news headlines and here recommendation to that is all ahead on this edition of the menu here monocle twenty four up first. Today we hear for a man who was launched a number of restaurants and continues to do so even though there is still plenty of uncertainty about the future with the ongoing pandemic to widely reported staffing issues in the uk. Victory lou gehrig's the co founder of big mama restaurant group that runs over a dozen restaurants in france spain and prison. The group opened his first restaurant in paris in two thousand thirteen. And the recently opened of mario in covent garden is already. The group's third restaurant in london. Victim has been busy creating new technology for restaurants making paying for meals. Quicker and easier with the software called someday. We discussed all this with him but i. He explained his philosophy of what kind of restaurants he wants to create designing restaurants or creating sore. As we said is exactly like trying to describe your love so love is a very vague word and it means so many things it means. I love you i respect you i want to marry you i want children fuck etc etc etc. I want you to cuddle me. I want to catch. I desire you. I feel. I cannot have you so many things behind love. Selena russians is a similar stuff. How can we break it into so many technical stuff and we can but to a certain extent. How do we design a restaurants. We sit as a team so i. We design the russians ourselves. We don't outsource this. I feel like design is a very strong part of a restaurant moment. of course it starts and ends with food because people are gathering around meal sa- concept of a restaurant but there is so much more to that. It's the design it's the plate. It's the music it's the service it's how we talk to you it's how it dressed is the thickness of the paper of the menu etc etc. So did design is a very important part of its. I wouldn't feel as the whole restaurateur if we were outsourcing. It creating restaurant is to us about building an experience and the best way to do that is to share emotions foods about emotions moment others all about emotions. I try to identify emotions. We have in ourselves that we love usually it comes with memory. So what memory do we have as a team in italy this studio our who could kick his studio. It's a phenomenon showing. We don't take ourselves too seriously so kick it would say where you're going on holiday in italy because that's going to probe impact dressings redoing next year. Yes it's true where we're going on holiday where our chef is originally from his memories on the amalfi coast or the fact that these restaurants many people from the kitchen from venice and they're all so many memories they have odysseus the dish. My grandmother used to do. This is the place that was at my uncle's place. And i always thought it was fun because when i would go to my uncle the place would be in the shape of vegetables so we gather all these memories and then of course. It's about making choices. So then you gather them you write them down on posted on the wall and we collect all these memories and all these emotions and then it's okay. Is there a coherent story that we can build based on this. And that's how we start and indicator of ivy architecturally. There's a love inspiration from tuscany. The cinna cathedral has is an amazing memory for me and also for many people in the stuff and i remember the gren s of the cathedral thinking. Wow or these green wide stripes. It's so strong. It's so bullish architecture at the time. The guy said we're gonna do this and it's going to be a hundred years worksites and it's going to be all striped white and green. How her bullish that is and when we visited the site in covent garden and we had these huge space with this huge perspective which is very rare in london fed like a cathedral because it's very long and very high under ceiling and we said that acosta cathedral in may first memory for cathedral in italy's the cathedral that's how it started and then we've built around tuscany older memories we had from tuscany and then we added a form of northern talent touch with many reference to veto because the kitchen team is a lot originally from vendor. And if you're doing things that passionate about you're going to be better than others and if you ask people from vendor to cook dishes from northern italy then be better at it and they'll cook better than if you ask them to cook tomato sauce which is very southern italy. I bet i think is interesting. That's you you launched the restaurants you mentioned already. Mario about a month ago in london of garden. Did you have any doubts. I'm wondering visa curious. Time to launch restaurants considering that we are still in the middle of a pandemic and we don't really know what's waiting for us. Just wait until it's automo- or the winter. Did you calculate that risk or did you worry about that or did you have the confidence. And where did you get it from. I hope what i'm gonna say. That doesn't sound too. Generic bits as restaurateur or and as an entrepreneur to eighteen. Months have been. I can amazing lesson a life lesson. The kids of course as an entrepreneur. You calculate everything you have this passion for mastering in controlling kitchen you'll very controlling so assuming russo. Many processes cooking is very precise action in cooking for ten thousand people. A day is very precise. And you can't mess was you put stuff in people's mouths you have to be very precise and controlling. I'm very controlling person. We're all very controlling. So of course you want to control your opening opening dates your media plan how you who are gonna. You're first client. All of that is very controlled process. And we're not doing it for the first time then comes covered and after one week of cuvee last year. It said like okay. This is totally out of control. And now we're going to have to navigate and learn to move absolutely out of control. Now it's it's been eighteen months. It's still absolutely out of control. You open when you can and you go with the flow and it's actually a very different attitude. I feel like i'm more compete in happy person. Actually today where ruined that. I can get with the flow even in my business even with running a thousand five hundred people company i can go with the flow and actually it works and it's all about being agile and it's about moving very fast as team while you can open. You have a window to open. Let's do it because maybe in september everyone is back home with delta virus. Who knows now we can open. And we're opening now in coven gordon which is a place. That of course drives every londoner. Because every londoner we'd be happy together and kevin garden which is a strong thing but kevin godden but it also drives people who are going out and cinemas upright cetera needles drives so many tourists from around the world right now. There is an appropriate on the tourists right now. They're almost no one in offices so he's he's a good time. Technically to open coven gordon. Probably not and yet. We're packed with actress and new two hundred people a day because we're fully boxer. My point is going to flow and it actually works and that feeling actually makes me feel really more lighter and more free is the key takeaway not to stop and procrastinate. Instead you should be fast and agile and just acts when you can yes. It is but then again. I don't think i deserve a medal. It's not as if we had the trice as a respirator. Have your bills. You have your rents. You have your wages. It's not as if we could have procrastinated you. Actually you do what you can. Then i have sought here for all my fellow restaurants of friends and we all doing what we can. You mentioned already that something you feel bashing about his motivating your staff and looking off to them and also obviously keeping them which is crucial. When we're leaving times like these how do you. How do you do all of us to one thing. We've discovered that makes us so proud and excited to be restaurant or today is it is the most beautiful opportunity to build teams to have adventure as teams and to grow people. I have personally grown amazingly through this venture eight years. A good were to in enough is saying we wanted to restaurants. And now southbound six hundred people company image in what. It means for me as an entrepreneur. Summers things have ruined in. So many sean of so many responsibilities opportunities now we can have ideas and the next year. There was a restaurant instead of an idea. This is an amazing life. Chance for everyone in accompanied him. Why because restaurant touring is about hospitality is about good sense and hard work prac- he almost don't need any experience whatsoever to do. Ninety nine percent of the jobs were doing. If you can have friends at home on a saturday night you can work in restaurants good sense hard work and you need to love people and diesel qualities that are shared with equality among the population. So we're not sending anyone to the moon so we don't need people who have ten fifteen certain years of experience and whatnot degree etc so practically restaurant offers you the possibility to recruit very young people only based on their inner talent not their experience and the next year that can be imagined ten people and the next year that can be running a restaurant so to be practical because it was a slightly vague on so to be very practically the average age of chefs and managers is twenty two years old. These people are running restaurants that are between fifty and two hundred and fifty people of stuff. These people running. Pnl of five to twenty five million euro and they'll on average twenty two years old so you're giving them amazing opportunities to move forward in their careers. Yes this is the first thing we do. we grow ourselves. Charges starts at home and big mama. Gross people instant victoria people. It's everyone in. This company is contributing to mama and big mama is growing us and lead by example. If you go to a mario to chef he's twenty two years old. He's the chef of value. This restaurants is serving a more than thousand yesterday. The guys the chef. He's running a kitchen of sixty people. His running menu of forty five references sourcing order products direct from italy. He's running all of that his twenty two years old. He started with us when he was eighteen. So didn't say anything. While he studied cooking in italy parallel to the end of school. You know but he did not like to master degree in cooking whatever. He started eighteen years old chopping carrots practically for later his of which is one of the biggest now restaurants in london. Of course you see that. This is a message of hope for everyone. Who's working in the kitchen with us. But it's not as if he was the only one the average age of chefs imagining this twenty two so you joined big man. You're like their opportunities. From if i work hard and if i am passionate and if i'm dedicated i would say this is the first recipe we tried to apply to keep an empower staff is make people passionate give people responsibilities empower them and if you're sure that someone is going to be doing the job this is not cold. Empower them this delegating. Of course every time you have adopt is up to it but you wanna know what every morning. I'm thinking about myself. Am i up to it. We opening every me. It's too big company in three countries rod curving and my up to it is gone up to. Are we up to it. I'm not sure this is. What makes it exciting. This is what makes me really excited in the morning to get it and if this works for me. It pretty works for the dishwasher. Actually i know for a fact this one more thing we have to discuss before. I let you go victoria. That is how you use and how you have created new technology to improve the customer experience one of the more frustration. Bits i guess in this whole experiences paying waiting for the staff's attention to get the bill and then waiting for the cartridge and so forth and so forth and you have found a solution for that you've created yourself. I wish i could say oh. We woke one morning and wendy's used vision but actually it wasn't like this during covy. We seek your code appear on every table if every restaurants and delicately and then the debt useful. But then i say everyone is used to having cure table. Why can't we allow our guests that big member to pay them and so we developed these very small piece of technology. Which when you scan the cure code as guests on your table the next thing you see on your phone is your bill and in seven seconds you can split it or pay it all. You can add tips. Apple pay boom paid done in seven seconds. You've paid you. Didn't have to ask for the bill. You didn't have to wait for it. Then you have to ask for the credit card machine and wait for it then you have to ask for the received and wait for it. You've probably gained to fifteen minutes of your life. So we put this in our restaurants in the uk in front. In spain three months later eighty percent of our ten thousand guests day were paying with it in churches in france in madrid where people on a particular tech savvy and in london and we were amazed by it. Then we realize how guests love it. It's not about going faster. It's about the last fifteen minutes of your meal. They are not used waiting for the bill. They're used talking with your friends. They'll used getting coffee having a desert. Because when you want to pay it's seven seconds and you go so actually you're using your last fifteen minutes into restaurant differently and then we realized that of course it's great for guests because everyone who's listening to us now hates being at restaurants. I don't have to explain to people why it's such a pain and white so great to be able to pay from your phone just like it's great to be able to order cap from your phone. I don't have to explain that but realized is that it's actually cheaper for the rest retur than going through your classic bank. And renting a credit card machine tables turned fifteen minutes faster you have an average spend that is up twelve percent because people actually have time to get a desert and get a coffee and staff who loves it. Do you know why the staff loves it for two reasons. First day save a lot of time not printing bills and carrying credit commission. With that time they have time to engage way more with the customers. The guests and tips. In france. There are up on average forty percent in growth for instance london tips. On top of service. Charge went from twenty pound a week. Two three thousand pounds a week imaging how its impact practically the life of our waitress. It's insane so it's great for stuff. It's great for guests in sexually cheaper way better for restaurant so when we realized that back in december we said okay. let's pin it up and launched as different venture. now we've over two thousand restaurants in streams. We've committed rolling in that. We're rolling that in hundreds of restaurants in the us in uk. Spain and france it accounts for eighty five percent of our restaurants payment. You put it on the table. The next day eighty five percent of people pay with it. it's an amazing rollercoaster story and this technology is called is say it's practically the fastest way to pain restaurant into world. Victory lugar co-founder of big mama. Restaurant group there. You are with monocle twenty four. We continue with the week's food and drink headlines after this marriott. Boom voi- is proud to partner the menu on monocle. Twenty four up on the northern edge of the north marla toll. 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History meal with more about the rich culinary culture of the maldives mall causing such a simple causing moss. Important ingredients in maldivian causing will be definitely coconuts. Car released banana leaves and of course Maldivian chilly if you have these four five englanders then you can make more than for at home even our vegetable tv to air some tunein. It's also tuna is overwhelming evidence and too nice something very cheap emojis. Sometimes you just get tuna for free that gives you have a neighbor who's going fishing He will definitely bring you a beautiful fresh tune us every day. Almost in-home island like i remember. We always smoke them those this. We don't have a nice philosophy free. So what do we do when we get to remake the stalk after the while we remove the tuna the broad thing we smoke than with eight award or coconut shell so every single house. They have small mini kitchen that they have the smoking area. So those do not because tuna after smoking you can keep for longer this or at least for three four days then you can make your maldivian sorties or you wanna make your sambol many different things maldivian causing as very simple if you have a coconut tuna. The curry leaf a leaf. And the chili's will play a huge role. If you have these ingredients definitely. The flavor of this food will go over on. Djamil schefter kazan the ritz carlton maldives furry islands. Discover the ritz carlton maldives furry islands for yourself and find out more head to marry. Dot com and search the ritz colton maldives. Furry islands mario voi- proud partner of the menu monocle twenty four. You are with the menu. Let's next get an update on the week's top feud entering hit spirits marcos mainly evans. Thanks marcus i. We begin in london. Where an independent review into england's national food strategy was released this week it proposes some rather radical but potentially beneficial changes including extra taxes on food products high in sugar and so on top of this also recommends up to subscribe fruits and vegetables to patients to help encourage healthy eating the report which was commissioned by the government in nineteen hopes to bring about reforms that will improve the health of the nation and the natural environment next we head to the coca cola to you in atlanta georgia. Where this week. The company has revealed that it will change the flavor of coke zero in nineteen ninety five. The company changed the flavor of its signature. Coca cola to a huge outcry over thirty five years later. They are about to take a similar risk. Coke zero is supposed to be as close to the original coat taste as possible without sugar. A spokesperson has said that this new recipe will be even closer to the conic coke taste but it seems that time will tell whether this is true now to hong kong. Where the iconic tom. Some gore has opened a new flagship. Location twenty four hour noodle restaurants in so you are was one of the city's most popular charge on often referred to you as a hong kong cafe in english but below with partygoers astronauts out it suffered greatly due to the pandemic and closed in march. Twenty twenty now with life returning to the streets. New wellington street location is another exciting chapter for one of the city's culinary institutions finally to boston where the world's oldest whiskey inexistent so this week before times more than estimated one hundred thirty seven thousand five hundred dollars in the process the bottle of bourbon rather rich history with compensating analysis suggesting it was distilled between seventeen sixty three and eighteen hundred three around the time of the revolutionary war and the seventeen ninety s. Whisky rebellion the bottle is thought to have been initially acquired by fancier jp morgan. He's finally subsequently gifted it to someone in the washington political elite in the nineteen forties researchers are still in the process of pinpointing exactly when and where this historic light was created. So for me this week. Back to markus. Thanks mainly you're listening to the menu on monocle twenty four before it sounds record recommendation. We have time for this week's cookbook into a. There seems to be an increasing interest in food culture off the baltic states estonia latvia and lithuania zoos as new book amaranth dry a baltic food journey is not the first book to delve into this part of the world where influences from the nordic send eastern europe meets. But it's certainly one of the best. Zoos izak is based in london but she was born in poland and she does also have a blood connection to the decrease in a see. Told me a bit earlier. Massively sent basic have always been interested in that part of the world. My grandma had inca was from vilnius lithuania. So as a child growing up in warsaw she talked about villainous endlessly. And i always had this kind of romantic image of it in my mind and then when i was researching my next cookbook which took a little while because it's been many years since my first one was so i was coming an rn about different regions. A definitely wanted to east european food. And i started researching the baltic states and i learned that they were having soul food renaissance similarly to poland and to the nordic regions and during the such. My father received a dna test for christmas and we learned that he was half full tech which was a big surprise. So as soon as i learned that i started digging even deeper. I was basically hooked by them. So that was it. That was gonna be my next book. And i started researching how it could be that. My grandma felt that she was polish and yet she clearly wasn't genetically and it turned out that many people in the region because poland and in the same country for many many years. Some people felt polish while actually being lithuanian. That's so interesting and then after all this has happened to you. Decided to embark on a tour across the ball degrees new. Spent five weeks over there. And i bet you came across much over that. But what can you tell us about the culinary culture and how that reflects the culture of the ball degrees. Oh it was so interesting. Such a wonderful johnny especially now after. I haven't been anywhere for so long. That was really my lost big trip anywhere and i traveled with my partner and my three year old daughter for five weeks across the baltic states. We did a big road trip. And i found that basically both in the restaurants and in the homes people rudy kind of rediscovering. What it means to be bowl tick i think because they didn't have independence for so long. A lot of things were kind of subdued which are now kind of being revealed hold. Do you see that in practice. What did you come across Some of my favorite ingredients. The thing about the baltic states is of course. You've got all the kind of ingredients in common such as cheese herrings berries mushrooms barley rye. Of course but then you also have these kinds of local ingredients and local kind of techniques so for example in estonia. I loved camera. Which is a mixture of different grains barley rye oats and even dried peas. I have two versions of it in the book. One kind of easy one one kind of more. Maybe traditional version see recreated home. Because unfortunately i haven't found anywhere that stocks it yet in england. It's absolutely addictive. It has this wonderful multi flavor. So i developed a few ingredients with that. And i'm still using it and still kind of discovering you as of using it in latvia. Hemp butter was the really big traditional thing. That's now kind of comeback and become really trendy so it's basically hempseed that are toasted and then ground with maybe a little bit of a hemp oil and it's an vegan product and then you can use it in various ways sweet and savory and i bought some amp cookies and fi. You actually excited about these. I was looking at waiting for this moment. So from latvia. There we go so good. Thank you for these. These biscuits are so lovely. I have to ask about the recipe. Are they really difficult or complicated to make. They are so easy to make actually thought the interview tomorrow and i only learned at midday today i managed to pull them together really quickly. My neighbor broughton over from across the road. And i made them very very quickly. Very simple to make quite interesting flavor right so you have him butter over here. I make butter with unhulled hempseed in some countries held. These are illegal. I don't know why it really. It's being my bonnet about that. Because i find that so annoying that she a very healthy product. You can't make them with hold one as well. They're a little bit different. But i just make them yet very easily with just some on hold hempseed. How do you feel about the food. Colts run cooler cultural or more widely. How people feel about food in the bowl decrease in if you can trust it to say what you see in the united kingdom for example. I think there are some similarities. Actually an all of europe right now because we're really kind of shopping local and rudy trying to figure out what it is that makes us us and making it really good. I mean if you mention the food was like anywhere. Ten years ago it was a different the different cutler fish but i think the baltic states. It's very very exciting. Because it's not only happening in restaurants. I feel it happening in homes as well. The food is a lot lighter as well. You know they're taking those kind of old classics or maybe soviet food and kind of Reinventing it how did you gather all these recipes for these book. Then when you were on the road wasn't about going to restaurants and checking the menu or what. There was definitely a love going to restaurants. Luckily that was really fun. Part of it. But also. I really wanted to get into the homes. Because i feel that it's a completely different world and while the restaurants are kind of you know rate artistry and great show and they have a lot of research going into those meals. I wanted to see what was happening. In the homes and instagram i found was a very good resource for that because the instagram food community is just wonderful and open and they want to share their traditions. So i found people through instagram. That i met whether in england the i would talk about their memories or out in the baltics. That would meet me and show me around and my friend. Linda invited me to dinner. A friend maderas house for example and that was really wonderful occasion and then actually a lot of it. Just kind of also happened by chance. For example i left talent and i was so annoyed to leave talent because such brilliant place and i felt like there was so much more to discover and i thought oh my gonna be doing the middle of the countryside. I'm not gonna anything. that soon. As we arrived at turned out all nearby villages were having a cafe open house evenings so people at tying the homes into cafes and the farms and all the local producers. I mean there's so much going on just even in the middle of the countryside. Turns out diseases like they're her. New book is called umbrella drive baltic journey. And now and that's all for this edition of the menu. Remember that we are back with a new episode again. Friday as twenty hundred london time. That's asked me day if you're listening in portland oregon. Meanwhile do check out our many spin off show. Food neighborhood is for great recipes. Show was researched by charles mccord and sophie monaghan combs and visit and mixed by david stevens. Marcos hippie was again we finish this broker with dina cells recommendation. This time from estonia here is new blue with rotterdam. Thanks for listening. Dot com why.

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Food Neighbourhoods 248: Recipe edition, Zuza Zak

Monocle 24: The Menu

02:41 min | Last month

Food Neighbourhoods 248: Recipe edition, Zuza Zak

"Hello and welcome to food neighborhood. Saw a monocle twenty four. I am marcus hippie. We continue this series with more recipes from some of the world's best shifts and bartenders this week's recipes from the baltic creature. My name is zach. And i'm the author of amber nra which is all about baltic food. My recipe is. Greta grants potatoes with catherine some vegetables. Because it's perfect for this time of year and everyone who loves it makes it again and again and this is my mission with this book is trying to get people to cook more food from eastern europe so what we need is some new potatoes some dill some rapeseed oil tomato spring onions cucumbers radishes cafe and salt and that is it. I use new potatoes for this. I cook them in boiling water until they are soft but not falling apart. And then i call them. I have them. And then i take off the dill and i fry them in the rapeseed oil and at the half the deal to that and then i leave them that on the frying pan while i put together the summer vegetables so just roughly chop all ingredients the tomato spring onions cucumbers and radishes all go into a bowl with the rest of the dill loads of salt and some kefir and i mixed that altogether and then the cafe with the some vegetables goes over the potatoes. And that's it. And the sources at the bottom of the dish are absolutely wonderful to mop up with. Some bread is well if i could just quickly mention where recipe came from. This is from my lithuanian friend. Greta and she used to have this kind of dish when she was staying her. Grand dacha on the lithuanian coast. Which assadi she can't find any more they got bought and now they can't find this but she has this wonderful memory of staying there and her room overlook the vegetable patch and she would take the vegetables from the vegetable patch. And make this dish to the zoo zach. She's just released. Her latest book amber and roy baltic food journey for more from the hospitals dissect to stay tuned for the menu. Our food and drink show that premieres. Every friday at twenty hundred london time you can also subscribe to our magazine and sign up to our email newsletter the monocle minutes it's to monaco dot com for more info. I am marcus hip. Thanks for listening and by four now.

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47 Table Talks: Let's Have More Babies

aFamilyFrenzy

12:25 min | 5 d ago

47 Table Talks: Let's Have More Babies

"Hey francis joe felicia. We're still alive and baby emiko here. Welcome to table. Talks would day. Only frenzy unfiltered podcast. Which has got talent do anyway today. We're gonna talk about ways. So here's your trigger warning some. We're gonna talk about babies today. Some for some people are sad thing for some people babies r joyous thing. We're just gonna talk about babies and see where the conversation some people babies are scary so big puke stink cry the main one. I feel like very demanding going with this. I have no plan. Felicia has some direction. She wants to take those of you. That don't know joan. I have three babies we have. Our son has a kaya four-year-old base four insurance five november big birthday and realize that like i knew it's five but it's like that's a twentieth the way they're like. What do you mean a twentieth of the way their way to a hundred. That's not even who thinks like nobody thinks about like that fractions. Okay anyway we have A daughter akari who's to she'll be three in january and then we have baby emiko. Who's four months. She'll be five months twenty six and so i was just thinking i was like thinking either in the shower while working out. I can't remember. I was thinking about my kids right and then i was thinking about the people who i wanted to connect with this week or soon this month and i was thinking about when my friends who has five kids and i wanted to go to a park with her five kids. Oh yeah i know. Five kids to new development from two. That's why we're going to talk about. So i want to go. I wanna go to a park with her in. This park is super cool because it's completely fenced. In and it's large it's got lots of things for kids of multiple ages co verse. No is that the one by covers the one that i'm starting Was culverts. I am directionally away from cheese. Kurds okay. Well apparently we base everything on location of where skirt we wisconsin. He's kurds her life in shortly. After that comes on getting rings we'd be up at that. We'd be doing good rides out our my anyway finishes. I was thinking about her. Five kids in my three kids and going to this park and if it were just her and i like that would be like overwhelming. Because that's eight kids altogether. Dang except i said something else in my mind i was like dang. That's a kids. That's a lot of kids. But then i had like an ellipse cheese moment in my brain dot dot dot was like i should have two more kids and then it could be ten now. I was like what the heck are you thinking. Felicia to king two more insane. Rico we wanna have a fourth. I say we just go for twin. So because i was thinking like oh maybe we can go during the week. When her husband's around who's her husband's a firefighter. So he's got like he works. Forty eight hour shifts. And so i was like so that way. He can man like the older kids and we could man the younger kids. And maybe you can come to you guys can like buddy together and we could buddy together and so i was trying to like work. It all out in my mind before even have a conversation with her and rape. And that's when this idea popped up of like you should have two more kids know. Maybe i'm sixteen weeks postpartum. I am not ready to have another child and not maybe in like thirty weeks postpartum. You might be ready to have twins. No i'm never going to be ready to have twins. We are not equally yoked in that and the lord. If he loves me you'll never have come to for wichian. Sometimes the lord doesn't care about her preference. We just talked to moses entirely jim. Do i need to make water. Come out of the stone obstinate people. Sorry that's insider christian. Okay so but anyway. So that's what. That's just kind of what i was thinking about. And then about two more kids so they have three bio kids and to foster kids and their foster kids are adorable. Too and i was just thinking about how ten kids altogether. Because they're like if you're going to have like a every couple has a best friend couple right. And i feel like there are best friend couple. If they don't they should because parodies hard so you you need friends. You need a village. Go find your village. I mean just just go out there and find it. If you're an introvert finding other or go to library. All the introverts hang out of the library. They do well not entirely but a lot of them. Hang out of the library and just like say hi to somebody. Try to say hi to somebody. I met one of our really good japanese friends that way. I met a zuza in the library. And actually actually are my friend. Kristy was the one who approached her first and talk to her. I and i noticed that her daughter's name was not sticky. And i was like. Are you japanese japanese. And so we got to talking about how we visited japan and stuff like that and a friendship formed and they're back in tokyo now. But then you and i met kazusa right together. I met her. And i was with you a you yumi yeah. I saw two japanese bombs together at the park talking. I whenever i see someone who's evasion like heritage. I don't ever assume that. They're korean or chinese or japanese. But i'll get close enough to hear if they're talking amongst themselves. And i can pick up japanese because they speak it so as i heard them talking i kind of went in and was like new. Home shoot me home. Kalikim gene gene. The japanese japan me home. Japan congo is new home. Kalaniiki much car which means like. Did you come from japan. Now who he is like this big white dude's talking really decent offense chap me to them and then we started chatting and we got their contact information. I mean if i been the multiple potlucks and we're still really really good friends at a birthday party just last week and it's it's so fun to like so you i mean anyway. We you need people so it's just a couple of example of us. Examples of us reaching out our best friend using air quotes here. Our best friend couple. We met eight years ago. Small group i in a in a small group yet. So because workers shane. We have this young married small group that we attended and we just vibe with them and we were like. Oh you're cool We think we're decent people. Let's hang out and from then on. We live super close to each other for awhile. My maher her three bio children and my three bio children are in extremely close in age like within months apart of one another. So we've done that life on life together. And i just think it's super important super important to find your people out there. I promise you they're out there much. Have to look a little harder. Don't be afraid to put yourself out there on facebook groups or you know. Maybe you see a mom struggling at the park or at target. And just say hi like i've got you know i see i see you have a human. I also made one. Maybe we should be friends. I would also add to that like especially if you have been you know. Listen to this. The united states and up in this country your whole life. They'd be aware of people that come from other countries like immigrants and like be willing to cross over and say hey because some of our best friends are from japan. And it's not just because we know japanese and that's like a common ground like we crossed over and for them where like the only friends they have some of that we were the first americans that really talk to them. Wherever invited them over for dinner. Yeah so you meet them where they're at and they will run to you because they're literally on an island actually america's a lot larger than the island they come through mr trump japan. Jeez but like i haven't openness to crossing those ethnic cultural racial boundaries. So that all of your friends don't look and talk like you. They didn't all grow up in the same small down. That's really important because it's it's so it's to see that as we transition into a more global world. They need to see that they're people that don't look like them. Don't talk like them are come from a different faith background or or even like a different sexual or gender orientation. Our kids have grown up around a beautiful gay couple. That's raised and fostered multiple children. We love having them in our life. It's become a little bit different. As we transition to japan like smart having the intention analogy to graft different families into your life than maybe the norm you grew up with so powerful so we got this from babies. Yeah so we're having to more. Because you have a thought. I did and i told my thought to to shut up because that's ridiculous. Thought i want to have a watch. Okay then you have. Then then we go sir. you wouldn't. What does that call. They'd be merman n. n. b. go and veto vitro. No ill male male. Oh wait you can carry nobis. Oh i see how Sure yeah i. After therefore kogel them and i hold them and they cry yellow. Because you can't give them what they require nourishment him which is yeah. Are they all over. Maybe like that so having another baby. We're not having another baby. That's all. I had to shine in the hope that you subscribe current always satisfy. Please subscribe scribes. Cry okay bye.

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HS #108 Me, My Uncle, & My Tape Recorder

Shannon Cason's Homemade Stories

17:40 min | 2 years ago

HS #108 Me, My Uncle, & My Tape Recorder

"Shannon cases homema- stories is proud to have the lion brewing company as a sponsor houses chicago. Not too long ago. And i went to the laga. Anita's taproom on seventeenth street. Just off western half the hang out. Good times i did a facebook live right outside by the sign a winning side. Everybody was cool. Our staff was great. Thanks to balian atom for the invitation. I had this brisket sandwich and i got the flight severe so i could try everything. I got the hairy eyeball to waldo special this anoma farmhouse brett stout. That's a long name in the face. Change now got those. Because autos beers i don't drink oughta time knows their limited releases in were all great then. I went on tour and drank a lot more beer than i rated. The gift shop and i drank a lot more beer. I got some new t shirts and stuff. So wherever you live finalized. Anita's tap room. Petaluma chicago seattle zuza california. Go lag. anita's beer. Speaks people mumble. Enjoy the show. These are the last days not biblically. Maybe biblically i don't know only wild hair televangelists. Not that kind of stuff. But i'm talking about the spring two thousand nineteen campaign if you were considering becoming a friend. Homema- stories by support my storytelling. Now's the time. Thank you to oughta backer so far. The goal is three hundred and we're short about one hundred so if you're considering don't think about it. Just go to shannon case dot com and support. I need the numbers to hit my goal. A you can back for just five dollars. That gets me. Close to the goal knightfoundation matches your donation. Technologies is given away free. podcasts equipment. All i need is you in. There's a bunch of great prizes too. I don't skimp on rewards. I don't that detroit box would be incredible. Trust me. don't think about it this is my televangelist voice. Don't think about it. I need one hundred. We we never let go of faith. One hundred just go to shannon case dot com is support. The stores all right hallelujah enjoyed the show walk home as stories number one away. I'm shannon cason. Remember tape recorders. You said a tape recorder out on the table press record. Ask them questions. Get some answers. Listen to some stories. I'm blessed to have a studio in the back of my house. That's my tape record. Whoever comes by my house. I visually bring him back in that room and oppress record. Sometimes they asked me. Is this thing still record. Because the about to talk about some personal. And i tell them no shit. Syrian alexa are still recording. So you better believe shannon is always record too but but this episode is just some clips and stories from visit among have two uncles alternate and cajon. Both are strong men in my life. I learned a lot from them. What audit even be in a formal lesson. The way they carry themselves how much they eat. How fast eight the way. They don't complain just handle whatever circumstances that come. They have strong arms. They were bullies while know about my uncle junior. He might have bullied a few people but there men who used their minds more than just physical strength they questioned so me and all my cousins are the guys all of us are very strong like we. We want to lift weights and hang out in play sports and auto kind of stuff. But we're smart too. So i'm just letting both moms know we were watched. This is me malkin. Nate my tape record. Hope you enjoy. When you're doing good you gotta remember any nothing lasts in this plane of life for you know if you it's called the vicissitudes let you up and down you know and every man goes through it a little full length a no better roses all the week. No such thing. Many times uncles are only family members. Who you're invite to the bar of your life. You may not invite mom and dad to the bar of your life sometimes depending on how the bar gibbs it may be weird for you to invite mom and dad in the bar your life hiver cd hipster. Posh yours may be. Here's a bunch of friends. Maybe some relationships that you shouldn't be in but they're fun. It's funny but not many family members are in this bar of your life where you can just be yourself and be yourself you. You know what i mean But an uncle uncle might be invited to the bar you life uncles aren't judgmental uncle's really don't care so they're not over committal shit they might not even show up if you invited him but they care enough to show up when you need them and they won't bush you as much as the rest of the family. My uncle is the dj at the bar of my life. My love for music came from my uncle and he doesn't know that though but he lived. I live with my uncle from time to time and and we lived in the same house and uncles always upstairs in from our room. I could hear. Mark was singing songs upstairs. Mostly sam cooke. jesus. Sam god. I really really love. Sam cooke fad on another level with sam cook. He came over to the day to watch the sam cooke documentary on net flicks and i brought him in the studio to record a talk record. Your family folks. you'll be happy. You dear record them so so we sat down and he told me about a poem he wrote about sam cooke after an argument he was having his friends year. My uncle always rise poems. The always share stores run by way of compensation i hit with a bunch of guys and maybe sam cooke fan fan with my all time favorite but they would admitted james brow van the godfather so was the best. And i've told him no. This is a story of song battle that went down between two listens of sue. Sam cook and james brown to call it a song. Valid is really absurd. But since you weren't there you just have to take my word at this better. Prizefight james would her dad into rain. He may have been the godfather who sam was king. James hit steve singing please. Dramatic purposes even got down on his knees. He had a public dole head to and wore bright yellow king. Before all his theatrics you just could not escape. The heavy do the ass-whipping. Sam legal him that night. Like i said you couldn't call this way. I always wanted to impress my uncle. With my knowledge my creativity in my stories as a kia. We would sit on the couch together and after watching whatever game was on we were quiz each other on common knowledge. Okay name the continents. Africa europe asia north america south america australia and antarctica name oughta oceans pacific atlantic atlantic indian southern in arctic. What's the next closest star beyond the sun alpha's interior which is actually a binary star system if we get specific proxima centauri which is a third started at group philosophies in conspiracy theories who was before adam any i know what happens at the bermuda triangle. Hear me out on name. Some things in history that you know never happen. Markle would tell me stories about growing up about the men in the family. I knew grandma. And my mom. But i didn't know much about my granddad or mother uncles markle would be telling me fishing stories about granddad and stories about his older brother ma. Uncle junior are related to stories. I related to my uncle. We're similar in a lot of ways. Did it was. We was with dead. Imagine with it and then had it went in. But he didn't take with him he said y'all sit here and be quiet. You know and so june. He jumped up in the front. Push that cigarette lighter in. I asked him what what is it doing you know. And he's says can but the bottom is candy and so when he when he pulled it out this red eye part the hill on my look out of my mouth and when they came back he looked at me. You know like well that row ring around my head. What a cigarette that rounded where his burden on the one thing we on the curb looking up at the sky and some of them we looking a bit scan the clouds and we as the man. That's a long way of the june. You know he has. Yeah and then he tells me you knew what field one time. You knew that don't you. What what this guy failed. The this guy feel now. He's daddy when it comes down. Did it took an push up. Pushed back up man. I could not wait. I couldn't wait to get home. i got here. i'm i'm gonna look at. I'm looking at it when he got out the gum looking at it. You know late damn i got my dad is bad. He puts this guy saved away. Push this guy back all man. This side of the family laughs like really laughs. No home back. Get as loud as you want to roll on the ground if needed. I have to suppress my left in public. Because i don't want anyone thinking that i'm all smiles and giggles auto time but but with my family. We laugh the minute. My family have a different type of relationship. With each other away from the women we have defy rose in each other's lives with very little deviation. There's a hierarchy to the relationships that we don't discuss. We just play our roles. I'm a son to my dad. No matter how would i get. My younger brothers are my little brothers. No matter how they get. And i'm a nephew to markle. I know ma go. As far as he lets me know. I respect this time. His space his authority and no matter. What's happening. I let him have a biggest piece of chicken. Well i mean not. Let i i give it to him. He gave me a lot without even knowing it. Or even asking markle ray at one more poem while we talk one of his favourite poems. He said it wasn't his own but he memorized it when he was a kid. I asked him if he still remembers any sit a memorized boy. So i guess he remembered it He didn't know to offer. But i googled it in the is John godfrey saxe and the poem is called old man's motto essay by my own kidney. Give me a mutt. To sit the youth. To one whom years it rented wise some pleasant all each truth. That briefest syllables comprise a word of warning. All cheer to grieve upon my signet here. Su said the sign me thinks he asked a lever somewhat over nice that will offend a brain make task what think he led of this device older than that. The lie angry too simple. This will pass away. When wafted on by forges breeze. In in this piece now see misty. Glad to pappy times for rough seas and check the most of foolish pride though smiling joy is then to d remember this will pass away all that skies draped in black and beaten by tempestuous gales. That's shuttering ship. Seems all iraq then again. That tattoo seals to grim despair. Be not a free. Be think the this will pass away those little my son being over proud nor yet cast down think now. All right was skies clear expected cloud in documents week. Full coming lades whatever. Be that beta today. Remem- this will pass away. That's all one thing. I always appreciated about mile khanate. We always said an awkward. I love you at the end of the day like we could leave. It said we know we feel but let's just say it anyway. So you know where. I stand khanate dream of you. Thank you for listening. This is the last week at a spring. Two thousand nineteen campaign go to shannon case dot com. Click the link support to campaign. Pick a cooler war. Be a part of this episode was produced by robert anderson. Imme- thanks to mock nate. I call them a call. Is uncle nate. But we don't say those tease those whatever words we not saying right you know i call my uncle. Uncle uncle nate. And i got an uncle named my phone. Thank you to the friends home as stories. Thank you to log. Anita's bra company. And thank you to the john s. and james l. knight foundation. See soon. now that's homemade.

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John & Ken Show Hour 4 (05/20)

John and Ken on Demand

32:33 min | 4 months ago

John & Ken Show Hour 4 (05/20)

"Were justice into the direction of the twenty first century. The public should be outraged by this. We need to use science to address public safety of violent crime. Data inside flogged your data and your client dangerous to the communities of the county. We are very very concerned about politics cans public safety. I am absolutely outraged at the zone. Fuelling employment laws of his own personal choice which we voted the. We've been so in a way that it's much more physically and socially responsible that only be breaking the law but he is not doing what he is supposed to. The district attorney indicted perpective victim. I truly believe that two years in the wrong off. It should should've been a public defender. He voted in can be voted out celebrating us. Going home on. Gaskin crime is on a historic low in the stations story closing. Save them on. The recall of la county district attorney. George gascon jogging again. We got great. Goes john and ken show. Kfi am six forty on the iheartradio app. Recall george gasco dot com within twenty four hours. You'll be able to download and sign a petition now. To recall registration office officially announced approval recalled george gasco dot com slash. Petition is where you're going to find it within the next twenty four hours again. You must be a registered. Ellie county voter. We are going to talk. Now with steve cooley. The former la county and also desert andrade. She's an organizer and spokesperson for the recall. George gascoyne campaign. Desharnais suffered a terrible terrible tragic loss or twenty year. Old son was murdered by Three suspects Who they beat and stabbed him. He lost consciousness. They thought he was dead. They were driving a dump his body when they realized he was alive. They stomped on his head and then rolled his body off a cliff and gas gone removed. Especial circumstances enhancements right the circumstance charge against the three of three the men so they could be out in twenty to thirty years for this heinous crime. They of course should be on. Day should be executed but they should certainly be in prison for the rest of their lives Desert thank you for coming on with us again. Thank you so much steve. Thank you thank you for joining us. One more time here always and forever. I explain Delray what the special circumstances were the guests going removed from your son's keller's yes so My son's killer is were facing prior to george gas going. We're facing special circumstance of kidnapping robbery and lion waits And now those special circumstances The prosecutors have been ordered to dismiss those charges and this could result in their parole someday in the future. Yes actually they're only facing twenty five years in only having to do eighty percent of that time which to me is a slap in the face because they killed my son today kill someone. They deserve the ultimate punishment. Right now they don't ever stop in the hand. I i know this is painful to go through. If you could explain to people how how awful this murder was and why they deserve a much harsher sentence than potentially twenty years. Yeah so right now especially this month is a very hard for me Kids and and eighteen may of two thousand eighteen My my son was kidnapped from his grandparents home and take into a home in zuza in a room and home and brutally tortured to death whereas Stabbed with the gas with the glock pipe on his face with the metal chair and beat with the rock. He was then Taken dragged out of that home unconscious and taken up to do the canyons where these guys went ahead and dumped my thought. My son on the side of the road in that canyon and Continue to beat him some some more because they believed he was still alive so they dumped it on the side of the road if he was killed. So i do not understand where george gas going has the audacity to say that these guys don't deserve life without parole or the death penalty. This is not justice and then they threw him off a cliff. Yes they threw him off a cliff and continue to beat him some more while he was there and because they thought he was still alive. Steve cooley mean you were. Da obviously these kinds of enhancements are important to prosecute and killers like this right for not just important that happens to be the law to say the california and guess goes problem is he took the. Oh then doesn't follow. It always gonna do read the penal code and then follow it. This is not brain surgery except for him. I guess the state supreme court apparently is looking at something like this because apparently a judge did decide to bring back some of the enhancements. And i think it's been a judge shop on Wrote a very very thoughtful multi-page opinion setting for what gas gold could do and could not do. When it came to special circumstances that were pending. The judge said you cannot do that on your own gas cone. The judge must rule whether or not is in the interest of justice that floating down on those pending cases. Now george gas going acting basically as a defense attorney is appealing just ruling to the supreme court. This is like upside down. We're never never land here with this guy. I've never heard of any district attorney doing anything like this. Also it's worth mentioning that your son was the father of a nine month old child at the time and with the second baby on the way when he was killed. So this is just a just the multiple tragedy here Yeah how are those kids doing. They're good you know we can say that these kids are good. They're in good hands. They have us At the end of the day we are giving them the life that i know my son would wanna give them and we just pushed through for as hard as it is. We got this woman. What do you think. Explains the the cruelty here of guests gone. I had never seen anybody anything like him in my life in public office. Well i haven't either. Getting in. his head is something that i don't want to do but i i'm kind of thinking he's got he's guilt ridden. He's got some problem from way back. Then he's turned into sort of a megalomaniac trying to expiate his guilt but He's destroying police. Safety and la county justice system. You know what we're gonna destroy him with the recall we're going to wipe him. Yeah i ain't hope let's talk about the particulars year. Supposedly in the next twenty. four hours. people can start getting the petitions from recalled. George gaskin dot com one of the numbers of signatures. You guys need to one of the deadlines so we need over five hundred foot okay. I'm sorry we need about over. Five hundred eighty thousand signatures and we need that all those those signatures by october twenty seventh of this year and then one hundred sixty days right and the action would be next year if you get signatures correct. Yes okay well. Thank you both for coming on. It's recall george. Gascon dot com slash petitioned. We'll be talking to you guys a lot and of course we'll have a link on our website again. You're expecting not now but certainly by this time tomorrow people be able to get the petitions. We're ready to go. we're trigger. lock all right. Well we will help you in every way we can anything you need in terms of the publicity and coverage the we can do you. Just tell us all right. All right Yeah that's we will be pushing the effort. We have the recall desk which has already been out there for a couple of months now but the exciting news that the petitions will be available within the next twenty-four hours at recall george gascon dot com slash petition. Sure you can just go to recall. George gascon dot com and find petitions and la county registered. Voter if that's you john. You promised you'd be. I o soon as it goes online soon as i hear about it. I'm going and i'm bobby. I signed the petition. I'm signing gas on dish. debra mark has remained. I was gonna say as a news. worsen. I'll slip you something I thought what a petition under the desk. John and ken. Kfi john and ken chiampou. Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app. The voice line is tomorrow last chance to get your messages in for possible playback on the air one eight seven seven moist eighty six one eight seven seven six six four seven eight eight six. We just got done talking to former. La county district attorney. Steve cooley with him was a mom named is desert. Andreotti whose son was and this. George gone the county. Da refused to press sentencing enhancement. That would put these murderers of her son away for a very long time. The news is that recalled. George gone dot com will soon have petitions to download and sign and be a part of the recall from office. It is by tomorrow afternoon. We will be able to tell you that the politicians are online and ready to be signed. So be ready and do it as quickly as you can't. I just For interest. I googled. george gascon an a story just popped up. That was put out yesterday. District attorney george. Gascon is not an out liar saying attorney generals and da's around the nation. He is the popularly elected wave of the future. The website is witness. La if here that criminal justice journalism in the public interest. Oh it sounds like some left-wing propaganda rag. Oh its usage. Read this thing. You're talking about what we were just talking about. What steve cooley. That this may go to the california state supreme court. The fact that guests own was removing sentence enhancements. Apparently judge said. No you're not. So that's what gas going is challenging. And these are saying it should be his prosecutorial discretion to charge or not charge people what he was elected to do. But as steve. Cooley pointed out. It's the law. Sentencing enhancements on the law if they if they actually can prove and they will prove that these three men did everything that undrawn described that killed her son by beating and stabbing him until he was unconscious and then drove him dumped him on the side of the road that eventually threw him off a cliff. They stopped on his head a few more times because they thought he might still be alive or stabbing him in the face. If they prove all that then they really committed those crimes so they should be charged with the enhancements of kidnapping and lying in. Wait and whatever else the enhancement said because they really did it and the law says if you do that these are the charges and this is the sentence so where it is gas. Gasco come in and act as if it didn't happen but the torture didn't happen. The lying in wait didn't happen. The kidnapping didn't happen. He's how could you pretend it didn't happen. It did this this is this is a real crucial moment. Here can a district attorney on his own decides. It's certain crimes that did happen didn't happen because if you don't charge them it's as if it ever occurred crazy and he doesn't have. We give any deity authority to do that to rewrite reality and this woman that wrote this column says that gascoyne his changes his directive should surprise nobody because he was an unambiguous reformer. Oh he didn't talk about this. He didn't talk about this at all. He's you know what. I'm so sick of the propaganda and thing is we get propaganda from foods bogus sites on the internet right and and it's just all agitation from these progressive fanatics and but then you turn on what used to be mainstream media and you get the same propaganda and agitation you get the same nonsense and it's all declarations its declaration. This is the new progressive wave. It's like f you. it's not the new progressive wave. This is temporary insanity. It's gonna be corrected. There's nobody who thinks that the guys who did what they did. The julian dry d should be out in twenty years. Go find me who thinks that whittier. Beverly hills rosemead la mirada lancaster. Pico rivera covina. Santa clarita a zuza santa fe springs. Diamond bar redondo beach arcadia manhattan beach. That is the list of towns in la county who city councils voted no confidence in gas. Gone a lot of what we're talking about. It goes back to a steve. cooley said. everything's upside down. It's unprecedented to see this kind of revolt against a prosecutor and you have a prosecutor who's acting as a public defender. That's what he's doing. He's trying to destroy our county justice system trying to criminalize. Yes yes he's that's who he got was going to ask the imagine that your office healthy run by someone. The thing is i'm telling us on the side of the criminals like george soros financed his campaign. This is well th this well. Organized soros has dozens of these subsidiary organizations that funnel the money into these campaigns and. I'm sure there's a lot of money that goes under the table or decide organizations that that you know create commercials create social media impressions and what they did is in the george floyd moment. They created this myth that he's this reformer. They smeared jackie lacey. They had black lives matter. Protesters there everyday in front of her house dating her husband until he came out with a gun because he he and she were terrified that they were gonna get killed by these by. These protesters showed up in the dark. And i it was a smear campaign it was an attack campaign and it was all connected. It didn't happen by accident. Whoever showed up there for black lives matter that night there's direct connections to gascon direct connections to these george source organizations direct connections to all the nonsense. That's going on all over especially on the west coast portland seattle the whole bit. This is by design it. Same organizations are connected to the homeless nonsense is about ruining our american society. And they're doing it and they're winning because there's no watchdog. There's nobody shining the spotlight. All the media has abandoned their obligation to do that and a lot of the media is in with these guys. John and ken. Kfi john and ken show john kobylt and ken. Chiampou kfi am six. Forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app. Well one are the other factors that we don't talk enough about which could be a factor in whether or not the voters of california vote. Yes on the recall of gavin. Newsom is something that we experienced last summer. Talked about for awhile then. It faded from the news and the reason. It's back in the news. Is that the summer's coming once again. We're talking about the possibility of power blackouts and it's in the news this week. Because the system operators in the state of california this is called the iso the independent system operator told the legislature that there is guarded optimism that they'll be enough electrical capacity to make sure california doesn't suffer any blackouts like we did in certain parts of the state last august because of the high heat leading people to need more air conditioning and the stress on the system and caused them to have the blackout parts of the state over a period of a couple of days. Last i by the way. The coordinates energy supplies distributed by utilities to eighty percent of the state. So they're the main providers and they're claiming that they've done a couple of things to try to enhance the supply. They're also claiming that they're going to have battery storage that allows solar to be used after sunset bowl. But it doesn't like. They did a lot that they have a tiny amount of battery storage by the mass energy. Storage in batteries. That future has not arrived yet right. They play it up in these stories. But it's miniscule matt in fact the real truth is they're going to be buying power from places quote that are not clean resources. Yeah i saw that. According to the president of the california public utilities commission. She did say what those sources are either tried to pretend that they're not buying coal power or a natural gas power cannot afford a blackout. So he's got all this surplus monies throwing around. He probably told the public utility commission. You do whatever it takes. I don't care how dirty it is to get us the power we need so we don't have any blackout but it shows you the blackouts. This summer he's going to be blacked out. This shows you the green energy Solution has a lot of nonsense in it because the solar doesn't work when the sun sets and the wind doesn't win power. Does it work win. The wind dies down and so they end up short of power. In fact last year they had to tap into four gas natural gas powered sources that they were going to shutdown huntington beach long beach. Redondo beach oxnard was supposed to close at the end of last year but they got their lives extended because we need them because they don't have replacements for it and it doesn't matter how many solar panels put out in the desert. You could put a billion of them out there. When the sun goes down the sun goes down. it's over and this and they don't have much battery storage for solar power and when the wind stops it stops you can put like ten billion turbines out in the desert. It's not gonna help you. You get zero out of them guests. Who has a good quote about all of this concerning owned by the way that woman you mentioned. What is it. Marianne bat your marianne ben very mary. Bill that's goodell's like southern name 'em meribel. She's president the public utilities commission. We're on track to eliminate fossil fuel from the electrical grid by twenty forty five. That's what she claims unless reality gets in the way well jim. Patterson the assemblyman from fresno said this our reliability is decreasing while our cost to ratepayers is increasing. What are solutions. We're telling people when they come home from work not to use their air conditioners to do their laundry and it inconvenient time and to cook dinner ahead of time that's not a solution because apparently the The head of the others saying the real key here is getting consumers to reduce demand. That's yeah right you see what this always is. They want to stop us from living the way we choose to live. So they're trying to deny us the power except when they deny us the power. There's a huge revolt. Gray davis got thrown at off as overly trinity problems. Newsom knows he'll be thrown out for sure if there are blackouts this summer. So they don't know what to do you that's third world. They're trying to treat us like little kids now. Now turn the air conditioning down. You don't really need to be doing your your clothing tonight in the washer and dryer. You don't really called the flex alert. Yeah the flexible art and by the way. Here's the number we. We use potentially forty five to fifty thousand megawatts of electricity on the hottest days of the year. The renewable sources where the energy gets stored in a battery two thousand megawatts. They have two thousand megara megawatts battery storage. So that's about four percent potentially of what we're actually going to need so when they highlight. Wow we've got more battery storage than ever before. It's four percent the rest of it has to come from coal fire or natural gas fired plants. Now they do get a limited amount from hydroelectric plants. Except they're so little water that hydroelectric dams are not producing as much energy this year because of the drought Here's a couple of also a couple of other things. They're looking at a bigger push to get offshore windfarms involved and make it easier for homeowners with solar panels to actually sell energy to the grid. I'll look at that. They're to rely on seoul on homeowners. Solar battles who have excess energy and sell it to the air power grid that that'll give them five. Watch your you know what they had to do last year. They had to ask the us navy to turn off the power supply that they got on shore like they were using electricity from the state to power the ships coast so they asked them to tower down to use their diesel engines to power the ships. So we haven't heard that stories of diesel pollution in the air out in the ocean because the wind and solar powered in work these geniuses and by the way we pay sixty percent more for like trysofi than everybody else does in the country. Oh we do. That's what jim patterson was talking about. Payers are getting ream with black so we pay a premium for a system. That doesn't work when there's an emergency. They have to go back to the old way set. Suddenly we're burning diesel and call a natural gas. They are minnie's minnie's and by the by the way it hasn't lowered the earth's temperature at all. Whenever we've done we've just shot ourselves in the head. We ended up with power blackouts. The did the plan is no cooler and the chinese are laughing at us. That the chinese i read the other day. They are building coal. Fire plants so rapidly For and they're going to be building them for many many years to come sunday's nothing. We can do to mitigate as they promised by the year twenty thirty they would start to wind down fossil fuels and And coating in the year two thousand thirty and cova didn't start in the wuhan lab. We got more coming up. Johnny can't kfi can show. John kobylt. Ken chiampou kfi am six. Forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app. Well of news units. A real ugly. You know reed. Hastings is ceo of netflix's Gas cone financer now. He's in newsom finance a whopping three million dollars to fight the recall cheese exported today. There's your netflix. Subscription money for gas code and newsom. It is the largest single contribution to date to what they call. Stop the republican recall. You see the tight circle though newsom was the one who appointed gas gone to his first Da position in san francisco right to replace camera harris. Who went on to be attorney. General defeating steve kula steve. Cooley c. the circle here so newsom newsom gave birth gas gone reed hastings. Intern sent millions of dollars to gasco for his campaign as he faked his way into the da's office because he didn't talk about that he was gonna destroy the whole judicial system. And now hastings is gonna be spending millions of dollars to stop the newsom recall. And i'm sure he's going to spend millions of dollars more on gas going to stop his recall. So this is reed hastings judgment. He spending millions of your Of your netflix subscription. Because he gets a huge salary running neck flex lease. Take some of that money. And he's giving it to newsom and gascon that's his political judgment and his money is affecting the quality of life in your life here in california here in la county. He's got a little history of backing. The wrong horse you know in two thousand eighteen. He gave seven million dollars to something. Called the chart the california charter schools association. They spent the money to try to get tony. Villar elected governor stony velarde. Didn't even finish second. John cox was second and face newsom in the actual election so this his dream team is is newsom. Vera and gas gone that's reed hastings. Yes i know. He seems to be good at running. A tv streaming service i. It doesn't seem to be good and knowing how to make life better for a non millionaire. Californians something here. I remembered from a story about newsom. Do you know his first appointment in san francisco to get them. Entry into politics was from willie brown and it put him on the parking commission. Yes that's that's kind of how we got his start in politics. Kemmel harris got her. Start from willy willy brown. Yeah for making this clown newsom. And that's where he should go back to some parking commission that was probably supposedly should have been his peak approach of that even tax is tiny little brain in that pretty little head of is as we mentioned. Newsom has an unlimited amount of money. He can raise to fight the recall. He's going to be tough about this. The amount of advertising is going to be overwhelming. Yeah well it look when you when you get your net flicks. Bill get that little email. Maybe you have Netflix on auto pay. And you get that little e mail saying whatever I don't. I forgot what they charged for netflix every month. But it's been charged to your to your credit card. No some of that. Money is to keep new. Some guests going office. Oh i see a story today that newsom was signing a bill and he was gushing over the tech companies because he was in tech territory today in the san jose area. But of course. That's yeah it's it's the wealthy tax payers in their capital gains. That are holding up the state right now so he might as well praise them. You wonder why people want to succeed. We get oppressed by all these sent francisco progressives and all these tech goons. That's what's running our life down here now. I'm donate to his campaign. Dah tip conway's here. See i look in a different way fellas. If you ever get arrested. I'll say the gas going. Hey bubble and helping you out. I got next. I tried to use every way. That'll work petro's is coming from the petros and money show with their see. We'll talk basketball of south laker game last night. You a big lakers. I did see the fourth quarter. Last night was very excited. Yeah it was. Yeah would you house and watch it. Ken does not take visitors. Is that ryan right. Nobody is it's covert. That's mask at the door. You're gonna be saying that ten years from now you watch that game and you look at the ability of steph curry to just hit a three pointer from anywhere. It's unbelievable you understand what they did to win there at the end. They just completely blanketed him. It said he's not getting the ball. Right seven guys on him. I can still tried to throw it to curry. And that resulted in turnover the end of the game and they show the on channel two four and seven. Because i'm a news junkie. They never showed the play. Were where lebron got. Hurt and poked in the eye. Under the nasa never showed that that was gruesome to wally. I saw that. And i thought he broke his leg. I thought he has. I poked out and decided it wasn't flagrant right. And then two seconds later he hits a three pointer over spoiling for. Anybody can't even say and he said this steph curry goes. I can't see that basket if you look at it. Because i can't see that thing this guy can't see the basket. He makes know five thousand foot three pointer kind of cool to watch anyway. Michael sloth is coming on as well he. He wrote the song for friends. I'll be there phone. You going to do our ding-dong sing along which i stole from you guys. i had. We would've given that one away. What about ding dong. Sing along in a dumpster. Yes that's a good idea and then we have at least eighty freeway shootings and this is really weird. You know there's eight it's up to eighty right. Yeah with all the The be guns. It's amazing. I can't figure this out. John and ken that they they're mostly they blow out the back window so they have to be behind the car to do it and it was one guy that said it was certainly not somebody in front of me because the road was empty. It had to come from behind the side but for bb to go that fast. Break the window. It's gotta be going. At least you know eighty and it's fighting the wind when it leaves the chamber. There's got to be a high tech conway a high powered. Yes a high powered bb gun out there. It's not just your standard daisy pump along. I'm telling you. I know nothing about bb bb kin now. No i didn't either. Can i grew up in a non-violent neighborhood really slingshot slingshots through nerf balls at each other. That's i might my. I got one from santa for christmas. Bb gun and then two days later. I accidentally shot my brother in the bag. And my mom he believes took it away from me. Oh jeez what a what a not for shooting. You're exactly cap guns. All i still remains you still got a welton is still load the little thing into the cap gun. Yeah yeah right. Yeah the round chamber six shots one of those and you always smelled it at the end. Oh yes yeah i still snort cap guns gets me a little hot all right along. Let's go. 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Are You Concerned About Your Salvation?

National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress

53:56 min | 1 year ago

Are You Concerned About Your Salvation?

"The following program is sponsored by the National Prayer Chambal soon. Aw lawsuit a house. Aw sued see saw a Bye Ahead See Off See Welcome to Pilgrim's progress. Then he said to them suppose one of you has a friend and he goes to him at midnight and he says friend friend me three loaves of bread because a friend of mine on a journey has come to me and I have nothing to set before him and the wound inside answers. Don't bother me the doors already locked. My children are in bed with me. I can't get up and give you anything literally in the Greek stop it. Don't bother me but this man in his persistence wigs the whole neighborhood. He is shameless as he asks for three loaves of Bread. I tell you though he will not get up and give him the bread because he is his friend. Hit because of the man's boldness. That's not the literally shameless persistence because of his shameless persistence. He will get up and give him as much as he needs. So I say to you ask and it will be given to you seek and you will find knock and the door will be open to you for everyone who asks for everyone who asks receives an you seek spines to him who knocks. The door will be opened. Which iffy fathers if your son asks for fish will give him a snake instead or if he asked for an egg will he give him a Scorpion? If you then though you are evil know how to give good gifts to your children. How much more will your father in heaven? Give the Holy Spirit to those who ask him shamelessly asking for bread knocking on the door asking begging persistent shameless. And then Jesus says so I say to you ask and it will be given to you seek and you will find knock and the door will be open to you. How shamelessly are you concerned about your sole salvation? If you're not concerned about your soul's salvation if you are not shamelessly concerned about your sole salvation because your sold is not feel the need of being saved. I am desperately and shamelessly concerned about my turn. Salvation I cannot walk around saying I'm saved because then I have to ask. What am I safe from? And what am I save two? I know in this modern age. The devil has blown gently on our lives in order to cool our love for Jesus and in order to confuse us and cause us to not even be concerned about our salvation. We have believed the lie that we are saved in the midst of our sin that were on our way to heaven. But we're not. I have asked some people. Are you sure you're saved and one? Dear woman exploded in anger at me. I am not going to answer that question pastor. Don't ask me again if I'm saved or not. I know I'm saved. I'm a mature Christian and I'm an OSHII exploded. Isn't it interesting that her behavior and her words were so absolutely contrary one to the other. While claiming to be a mature Christian she exploded in anger and bitterness against me. How dare you ask me the question? Am I saved demonstrating that? She was utterly lost. I'm very concerned I'm desperately concerned. I am shamelessly concerned about myself. -Ation and about your selfish and if you don't share with me in that deep heartbroken concern shameless concern about your salvation. It's because you don't feel the need to be saved. It's an intellectual agreement you have with your religion but it's not with Jesus. I've heard so many people in my life so shamelessly say I'm saved. I'm on my way to heaven. Praise God I'm okay with Jesus. He's my best friend. I spoke with a a college student a young woman. I ask her. Are you saved? Are you a Christ followers? Oh yes absolutely I'm saved. My mother is very religious. She make certain that I'm in church. My father not so much but my mother she's Ernest said. Are you earnest? Oh yes pastor. A few weeks later I happened to see her again. And she said pastor my birthday is on. May One said congratulations. How old will you be? She said I'll be twenty one pastor. I said what's so great about being twenty one. She said because at Twenty One. I can buy my own alcohol. I said what are you GonNa do on your birthday. She said I'm going to go out. I'm going to buy for the first time with my driver's license the alcohol that I love and I am going to go with France and I'm going to get drunk. I said to her. I thought you said you were Christian. Oh I'm a Christian pastor. There's nothing wrong with getting drunk. I said all you don't know Jesus yet. You're saved in the church not saved. Gee I'm a Roman Catholic and I go to confession. Really my heart trembled for her. And I find myself praying even now for this young woman. I've met so many people who say I'm saved but their behavior demonstrates their attitude their words demonstrate that they are not saved that they are utterly lost. Oh they're very much into church. Perhaps they have that down pat and they give time and energy to the church and they pay their tithe but the love of their life is the NASCAR or the love of their life or the professional sports or the love of their life is collecting some foolish thing or gourmet cooking or some other lust of their heart. The consumes them. I understand that I could easily be consumed with outdoor sports with kayaking and sailing and biking. I love all those things but God is brought me into a place of grave concern now. I've had this periodically in my life and I've been told so many times past her. Stop Relax your saved. Believe it. Stand by faith. Why do I stand by faith but also know what Jesus had to say? Let me read it for you. This is in the sermon on the Mount. The seventh chapter of Matthew. Ask and it will be given to you seek and you will find knock and the door will be open to you for everyone who asks receives and he who seeks finds into who knocks. The door will be opened. Can I point something out if to new where the door? S Jesus is the door. You have to be positioned properly with Jesus to be able to knock you have to be positioned with Jesus and recognized in my life. I'm still not feeling good about where I'm positioned with. Jesus that's why I've been talking about pride because that blocks our way to the door. That's why I've been so vulnerable with you this week about the deep concern of my heart for both myself and for you which of you. If his son asked for bread will give him a stone or fiasco for fish. We'll give a snake if you then though are evil. Know how to give good gifts to your children. How much more will your father in heaven give give good gifts to those? Who ask him so in everything to others what you would have them do to you. This sums up the law and the prophets enter through the narrow gate that is enter through. The suffering gate for wide is the gate and broad. Is The road that leads to destruction and many enter through it but agonizing is the gate and suffering. The road leads to life and only a few find it. Jesus says everybody's not going to be saved now. I know if I go by what my culture teaches me and by what the religion of the day teaches me. I should just relax. Jesus they say forgave all of my past present and future since and so now as one national pastor said just go and have a good time. You're saved nothing you can do will cause you to lose your salvation. You may do some things that aren't quite right and you'll lose some fellowship. But you can't lose your salvation. He's lying only a few are going to find this narrow gate that you must suffer to enter through and you must grown because it's so narrow so small you're going to have two grown to go through it. This is going to have to be a deep passionate desire and your heart to enter into that narrow gate or you will not be saved. Most in the church today are not going to enter the Kingdom of Heaven because they've rejected the narrow gate they bought the lie of the Broadway Path. I come concerned today. And I'M GONNA show you other passages. I have so many this show you today. I'm desperately concerned. Watch out for false. Prophets the false prophets are the ones who come and tell you things that it's an easy path and everybody can enter it. Everybody can be saved. Just just go right along and know that you're saved and stand and believe you're saved and you're saved. No you're not. Are you kidding me? It's not a personal relationship with Jesus that gives us entrance into heaven. It's doing the will of the father. Matthew the Seventh Chapter Versus Twenty One to twenty seven the read for you not everyone who says to me Lord Lord will enter the Kingdom of Heaven but only he who does the will of my father who is in Heaven. Jesus is saying only those who do the will of the father can enter into heaven. It's doing his will that opens the door for us that positions us where we can knock appropriately on that door. Many will say to me on that day. Lord Lord did we not prophesy in your name and your name drive out demons and performed many miracles. He's talking here about those who claim to be prophets those who claim to be healers. Those who give a constant stream of positive messages encouraging. You to just relax and trust Jesus and everything will be fine. No it won't be they're lying to you and these very people who've been making their prophecies and and saying I'm a prophet of God. You better respect me. The very people who've been saying look I'm a miracle worker. I'm a healer the very ones who say I drive out Demons. That is these. Are The leadership people. Can I say it in the charismatic movement these the leaders in the pentecostals? And Jesus is saying you'RE NOT GONNA go into heaven. I'll tell them plainly. I never knew you away from me you evildoers. He saying look. Even the leaders are not going to come in the ones convincing you. That you're saved are not going to be saved. They're going to be lost. Those who do not confront you with your sin. Those who speak pleasant words to you those who they're not going to enter heaven therefore everyone who hears these words of Mine and puts them into practice is like a wise man who built his house on the Rock. The rain came down the streams rose the winds blew and beat against that house yet. It did not fall because it had its foundation on the Rock but everyone who hears these words of mine and does not put them into practice is like a foolish man who built his house on sand. The rain came down the streams rose the winds blew and beat against that house and it fell with the great crash from the outside. They look very similar from the inside. They look very different. Now I WANNA look with you at several passages of scripture. These are very troubling to me. And I've spent a great deal of time. In prayer and tears over these passages marked the eleventh chapter going to begin reading with verse. Seventeen Mark Levin. Seventeen as he taught them he said. Is it not written? My House will be called a house of prayer for all nations. But you've made it a den of robbers the chief priests and the teachers of the law heard this and begin looking for a way to kill him for. They feared him because the whole crowd was amazed at his teaching and when evening came they went out of the city and in the morning as they went along they saw fig tree withered from the roots and Peter Remembered and said to. Jesus rabbi looked the tree you cursed has withered have faith in God. Jesus answered I tell you the truth? If anyone says to this mountain go throw yourself into the sea and does not doubt in his heart but believes it. What he says will happen. It will be done for him therefore I tell you. Whatever you ask for in prayer believed that you've received it and it will be yours. And when you stan praying if you hold anything against anyone forgive him so that your father in heaven may forgive you your sins now. I took this prayer. This saying this truth to the prayer closet and I cried out for the Lord to answer my prayer for a year. And what this passage of scripture did to me was forced me into a place of desperation. A place of shameless desperation. Where I took the psalms and are preyed them aloud and I cried out to God because I had such a great need and after just over a year of prayer where my per time had grown from one hour to five six seven eight hours a day the answered my prayer. I was finally positioned in a place where I could knock on the door and be heard. Now let me read another passage for you. I WanNa read a passage of scripture in in John. This is John. Fourteen worse eleven. Believe me when I say that I am in the father and the father is on me or at least believe on the evidence of the miracles themselves. I tell you the truth. Anyone who has faith in me will do what I have been doing. He will do even greater things than these. Because I am going to. The father and I will do whatever you ask in my name so that the sun may bring glory to the father. You may ask for anything in my name and I will do it. Is your experience that you can go in your per closet and ask God for anything and will do it. Read another passage of scripture for you found in First John The fifth chapter. I'll begin with verse fourteen. This is the confidence we have an approaching God that if we ask anything according to his will he hears us and if we know that he hears US whatever we ask. We know that we have what we ask of him. Do you notice again. It's positioning it's a positioning. This is the confidence. We have in approaching. God that if we ask anything according to his will he hears US. In other words we have to be positioned in his will now. I I hope that these things that I'm saying to you. We'll trouble your heart when the great move of God to place in Zuza California in La. There was a great atmosphere throughout our nation in nineteen ten of seeking earnestly for the Lord. Jesus small groups were meeting all over the country praying for revival in America. We knew as Americans at that point that we were in trouble and there arose a great cry. The Holiness Movement really was birthed out of this great cry that was taking place in America to be righteous to be holding to find. Jesus would this deer and wonderful brother William Seymour did was believe that if he went before the Lord and cried out to him he would send the Holy Spirit with signs of tongue speaking. Now what did William Seymour believe? He believed that he was saved by faith through the blood of Jesus Christ. He believed that he was made righteous. By faith he believed that he was not committing any known sin the whole basis of the Wesleyan movement and then the holiness movement was a total abandonment. To God a total giving over of self surrendering everything in reality to Jesus giving oneself without reservation without reservation totally to Jesus. And that's when Jesus came in that hyper hot atmosphere of prayer of people saying I don't have enough of Jesus laying aside everything else. William Seymour came to pastor a church in L. A. after one sermon. They locked him out of the Church. And now he had no money he had no employment. What should he do you no credit cards? He had no sponsors. He prayed and other people came and joined together with him and they prayed there were many poor. We're going to see that we're seeing it just beginning but we're going to see a gray a great number of desperately poor people in America. Who are not going to get three square meals a day. They're going to be lucky. They're going to be blessed if they have one meal a day out of that Arosa. Great cry for God and For Holiness in for righteousness and out of that desperate hunger for God as they prayed day after day night after night I mean. Do you realize if I were to invite people to come and pray every night at the week barely? Anyone would come why we're too busy making money living our lives. That's why God has this on lockdown. He's locked the church down but from all appearances were making it through without crying out to God and so he's going to have to take all of her money he's GonNa have to crash the economy of America and at some point. He's going to do that because the only way he can get at. The heart of America is to take our money. That's shameful thing to have to say. Let me read for you. Philippians Third Chapter Paul says but whatever was to my profit I now consider loss for the sake of Christ. What is more? I consider everything a loss compared to the surpassing greatness of knowing Christ Jesus my Lord for whose sake have lost all things. What have you lost brother? What have you lost sister for? Jesus Christ I consider what I've lost as rubbish for the sake of knowing Christ Jesus. I've lost job opportunities. I've lost career opportunities. I've lost thousands and thousands of dollars. I've lost friendships of loss family members. I have paid such a price to follow Jesus and be able to be here and speak to you this way. I'm not speaking out of in the elect. I'm speaking out of out of what's happened. In my life. I consider everything loss compared to the surpassing greatness of knowing. Christ Jesus my Lord for whose Sake I have lost all things. I consider them rubbish that I may gain Christ and be found in him not having a righteousness of my own that comes from the law but that would just through faith in Christ a righteousness that comes from God and by faith there's no imputed righteousness. It's truly imparted. It's real he gives to US true. Righteousness verse ten. I want to know Christ Paul. Don't you already know Christ while? Yes but not enough. I want more. I want the power of his resurrection and the fellowship of sharing in his sufferings becoming like him in his death and so somehow to attain to the resurrection from the dead old brother sister. Do you want to attain to the resurrection from the dead? Then you're going to have to count as garbage everything that you've gained in your life and you're going to have to be shameless persistent ernest in searching after. Jesus this is the Apostle Paul. He does not think he has attained. Yet he is still jerning toward Jesus Verse Twelve. Not that I've already obtained all this. We've already been made perfect. That is he hasn't yet been put to death. He is using this passage the same as Jesus used it in Luke where he said he had not yet been perfected meaning. He had not yet died. C perfect is used in several ways scripture. The most common is speaking about morality. Not about exact ness speaking about holiness. He says `I pressel undetake. Hold of that for which. Christ Jesus took hold of me. I can tell you right now if you Jesus it's because he's taken a hold of you but because he's taken a hold of you does not mean you're saved it means he's trying to position you before the door where you can knock and you can be heard and your prayer can be answered and it's going to take. He says shameless. Persistence annoying persistence. It's not going to be easy. Very few will enter into the Kingdom of Jesus Christ brother I do not consider myself yet to have taken hold of it but one thing I do forgetting what is behind and straining toward what is ahead. I press on toward the goal to win the prize for which God has called me heavenward word in Christ. Jesus God has called you brother. God has called you sister. All of us. Who are mature should take such a view of things I fifteen. I eighteen for as often told you before. Now save with tears with whittling many live as enemies of the Cross of Christ. That is many who are in the church live as enemies of the Cross of Christ. Jesus their destiny is destruction. Their God is their stomach. Their glory is in their shame. Their mind is on earthly things but our citizenship is in heaven and we eagerly await a savior from there. The Lord Jesus Christ who by the power that enabled him to bring everything under his control will transform our lowly bodies so that they will be like his glorious body this passage of scripture so powerful it says don't think yet that you have attained don't boldly proclaim I'm saved for. You're still not in the heavenly peace you still on probation on the earth for everyone who exalts himself will be humbled and he who humbles himself will be. Exalted. Luke fourteen. The question was asked of Jesus. Lord are only a few people going to be saved no according to the modern teaching you would expect Jesus to say oh. Many many millions are going to be saved. All of you are going to enter into the Kingdom of God. Just believe what I'm saying you're in you don't have to leave all your sins. You're in just consider it done. He's been say that he said agonize to enter through the suffering gate. Because many I tell you try to enter and will not be able to. Many are going to call themselves Christians but they are not going to be able to enter the Kingdom of God. They're not going to enter the gate of Heaven. Once the owner of the house gets up and closes the door. You'll stand outside knocking and pleading. Sir opened the door for us but he will answer. I don't know you where you come from. Then you will say we ate and we drank with you and you taught in our streets but he will reply. I don't know you or where you come from away from me. All you evildoers a friend of mine. I sat and prayed with yesterday said pastor. You've had a blind spot in your life. Shall I tell you? I said absolutely? Please tell me he said you think you've had this special deal with God and you're just gonNA listen to him. You're not going to listen to the council of the brother. I had to reply. I was so hurt by the brother and so many times to confess I gave up on them. And you're right and I've made very serious mistakes in my life because of the pride that would not allow me to listen to a brother or assist her. Because I said I hear from God. I'M NOT GONNA listen. I'm going to do with the Lord tells me to do and of course I'm right. I should do what the Lord tells me to do. But it should be checked with the brethren and sisters not the have all and beal. I'm not the founder of wisdom. Are you kidding me a nobody? I need my brothers and my sisters to pray with Manda Council with. Manda talk with me and I find that. I'm not the only one with that problem. I find many in the pride of their heart. Say I know what God wants me to do it? I'm GonNa do it no matter what you think and I've seen trainwreck. After train wreck with people who take that posture. He says there will be weeping their gnashing of teeth when you see Abraham Isaac and Jacob and all the prophets in the Kingdom of God but you yourselves thrown out people will come from the east and the West the north and the south and will take their places at the feast in the Kingdom of God. Indeed those who are last will be first and the first two will be last. I am desperately concerned about my salvation and I am desperately concerned about your selfish and we have fooled ourselves in America with our casual. Religion are comfortable churches. This young woman. I referred to moment ago finishing college and I said to her. Would you going to do with your life? She said I have no idea. No idea mom and dad have helped her go through college. She said beautiful clothes and every opportunity offered to her. She's never suffered she's never lacked. She said everything. She WanNa deep everything. She wanted to wear everything she wanted to go. Life has been handed to her on a silver platter so she has no toughness in her. Her goal for her birthday was to get drunk. What a picture of the American church. We're driven to pray when we face such severe circumstances that if we don't pray will die and some of you. You're faced with that circumstance and all you would say is whatever God wants is fine with me. That's like ally God brings judgments God speaks through Samuel and through another prophet. Instead I'm GonNa Bring Judgment on you because you will not rebuke your sons. I'M GONNA put your sons to death in all. Eli could say. His the Lord is good every once is okay with me and so he ends up dying by breaking his neck falling off the cherries fat. He tips over backwards when he hears the arcus been taken and Shiloh is emptied. They no longer meet at the place of meeting and for the next twenty years or so there is no sanctuary and no Arkan no services being held King Saul comes King Not until David comes that he brings the ARC sets. Potential of meeting begins to praise. God begins the worship. What's going to happen to you? I can tell you that if you are not concerned about your salvation. You have been utterly deceived by the Modern Church. You are the epitome of what is called Lait Assia lukewarm making God sick to his stomach. It's time to repent. It's time to be shamelessly concerned about not just your salvation but your family's salvation. Your brothers your sisters. The church the American church I am desperately concerned about all of us for we have lived in a place where the devil could come and blow gently upon our lives and coolest down and steal the hot fervor for Jesus from our hearts in our lives. Many of you have never won a person to Jesus Christ not truly one them if not suffer for Jesus you've suffered because of the world you've suffered because of bad choices you've made but have you suffered for Jesus Christ. Have you lost anything? For Jesus will you've been listening to Pilgrim's progress? I'm Ray Greenland. I'm not comfortable with a message. I've given you today or yesterday or this week but I was compelled by the spirit to say it. I am desperately concerned for you. I want you to be saved. I want you to truly not with false beliefs. I want you to truly search after Jesus and cry out. Am To pray tomorrow. We're going to use the entire time on the air to pray I asked. Would you please call him? Pray with me. Let's pray for each other. Let's pray for the church. Some of you want very much to pray for the president and for the cabinet and the and all of that is very important but all believe me. It's much more important that we pray for the Church. We prefer revival. 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Dybbuk

Mythical Monsters

48:45 min | 1 year ago

Dybbuk

"A warning this episode features dramatization and discussions of sexual violence and abuse listener discretion is advised especially for listeners under thirteen. Something to note the story you're about to hear is not a direct retelling of any single myth about de books. Today's episode combines elements from a number of legends and stories about these militias goes for dramatic effect. Hi I'm Vanessa Richardson every week on mythical monsters. We bring you stories of the terrifying creatures that have haunted the human imagination for centuries ever since the dawn of prehistory people have been distilling their concerns and anxieties into legendary beasts that they could defeat and kill by telling the stories of these mythical creatures we hope to conquer some of the timeless human fears that still play us today. Today we're discussing the book a ghost from Jewish mythology that inhabits the body of a living person. These evil spirits control their victims completely making the sufferer, a prisoner within their own body. Episodes of mythical monsters and all other podcast originals are available for free on spotify. Dive into the early story of do book after this. This episode is brought to you by hub spot is your content management system holding you back managing your website doesn't have to be complex with seamus hub. You can move quickly grow your business and deliver a great customer experience all from one platform learn more about cms hub at hub spot, dot com slash spotify. Saron Leah clutched the old wooden box to her chest as she stepped into the little tailor's shop model Lipchitz was sitting at a table in the corner bundled up in the blue velvet coat that his father had left to him. It was a lovely jacket embroidered with silver thread and fastened with buttons of carved Mahogany. It was probably the only thing of value that he owned. Model beamed at Sarah. Leah. as she approached, he was a thin sickly young man with thick spectacles and a sunken chest. But when he smiled he could light up a room. She supposed that was why her daughter was so fond of him. The two had been friends since they were children once they reached a certain age Sarah Leah had done her best to keep them apart. It wasn't right for an unmarried young woman to be spending so much time in the company of a man. But despite her best efforts, they always seem to find each other of course that wouldn't be a problem anymore. Sarah Leah set the wooden box down and asked model. If he would have time to do some alterations in the next few weeks model opened the box and pulled out the garment within as he replied. For you Sarah Leah. I'd have time to do it tomorrow. Sara Lee laughed and said Oh you can take your time. The wedding isn't for a month. Models. Face fell. He let the White Lace slip from between his fingers and asked wedding. What wedding. Sarah Leah smiled conspiratorially and lowered her voice. She said they'd finally found a husband for Fanja. It's Hyman Mandala I. Don't think there's a better match in all of Balta of course it's too soon to altering the wedding dress. It was only just decided on this morning, but I was just so excited. Model had begun to look a bit Pale. He abruptly stood up from his chair and said, you'll have to excuse me I'm suddenly feeling rather ill. Sarah. Leah asked him what was the matter but model just shook his head and rushed into the back room without another word Sarah Leah furrowed her brow. As she watched, the door slams shut behind him. Model had always been a good friend to her daughter, but there was no denying that the boy was a bit off. Sarah. Leah left the box where it was and headed out into the bright autumn sunshine. There was so much to do relatives to write to wedding arrangements to be made. She had far too much on her mind to concern herself with the likes of Muddle Lipchitz. It was well after sundown by the time fawn. Yeah. Headed home from a funeral. It had been a sad affair model. Lipchitz had been shy and had few friends aside from her family Fanja had stayed until it was just her and the little tailor shop. Then she blew out the lamp locked the door and headed home through the falling snow. If it weren't for her mother and father, she might have stayed all night. She had loved model since she was a child he been saving up the money to marry her for years. But of course, she'd always known that her parents would never let him. The day her father told her that she was going to be married to Hyman Mandala was the worst day of her life, but she hadn't been surprised by it. Hyman was a big broad-shouldered bully who was always picking on model. He thought that just because he had money, he could get whatever you wanted. Maybe he was right. If model had money, he'd still be alive. The rabbi who found him said that his death was the result of a delicate constitution, but she knew better model had died of a broken heart. Snow fell lightly over the dirt road as Fanja trudge toward the three story wooden house at the edge of town with its ornamented gables and large lattice windows faunas home was one of the nicest in all of Balta. The sight of it made a bitter rage rise up in her throat. Her parents had done this. They were the reason her beloved model was dead. Her father had called her into his study to tell her about the match as though it were happy news. Did he really know her so little that he thought she would wanNA marry Hyman Mendel. Fanja stepped into the entry way and slammed the door behind her knocking the MIZZOU's Zuza onto the floor. She picked up the little brass case and examined the Torah verses inside signified their covenant with. God. But what God done for her lately, he hadn't saved model Fanja opened the door and hurled Zuza into the yard. Suddenly. She felt a coldness creep into the pinkie toe on her left foot a deep freezing AAC spread her legs. Fanja. gasped as the stream sensation spread through her chest and upper neck. She opened her mouth to scream. But before she could the thing gripped her head like icy fingers, it squeezed her temples and the world went black before she could utter a sound. The phenomenon of spirit possession has existed in hundreds of civilizations and religious traditions throughout history. In ancient China, it was believed that ancestral spirits entered mediums in order to eat and drink sacrificial offerings. Similar stories existed in Hinduism and Zoroastrianism most anthropologists divide these possession traditions into two major categories, benign spirits, and malicious ones. The spirits from the first group don't cause any harm to their human hosts. In many traditions. They may even help them imparting important information from beyond the grave or giving the object of possession, some new talent or skill those who come into contact with one of the spirits from the second group will not be so lucky. These are the entities that inspired movies like the exorcist or the amityville horror. They're evil spirits that need to be exercised by a professional. These types of possessions are most commonly found in the monotheistic religious traditions that originated with the Hebrew Bible in Islamic believe the possessing agent is often a gin in Christianity it's a demon and in Judaism, it is a book. Usually did books are the souls of men who were sinful in life in death? These men have no place in heaven or hell. The Jewish conception of hell varies according to the beliefs of different sects. But in the Eastern European Ashkenazi tradition associated with the book, hell is depicted as a place called gay known. Gay GNOME is not meant to be a final destination. It's where people go if they aren't quite ready to be accepted until Olam Haba or the world to come it's a waystation a place where the dead can work through their sins and failings most don't stay longer than a year but some are damned to stay forever. Others are so evil that they're beyond redemption. These are the souls who usually become books Did books aren't always evil or malicious, sometimes their purposes to demand justice for a wrong that's been done. Sometimes, it's to possess the body of an evil doer as punishment but even when they're acting as agents of justice, did books are always a burden on the living. There are trauma of the past weighing on the present did books show us that the pain and loss of bygone years cannot be swept under the rug those who try we'll have a terrifying awakening in store. Sarah Leah awoke to a persistent thumping coming from directly overhead. Her daughter Faunas Room. She tried to shake her husband awake but he just muttered something and turned away Sarah Leah side. She would have to deal with this on her own. She dealt with everything else on her own in the months since model had died Fanja, you had been like a different person. She refused to touch certain foods and would go for days without eating anything at all. She claimed that people laughed and pointed at her whenever she went into town. She'd even cut off all her long dark hair leaving herself with ahead of short shaggy curls. Volume would claim she was tired and lock herself away in her room as soon as the sun set yet when she came downstairs each morning, she had dark circles under her eyes and looked like she hadn't slept at all. Sarah Lia had tried to talk to her husband about their daughters strange behavior but he just brushed her off. Wrap Herschel thought that all the funniest problems would be solved. Once she was married he said marriage had a way of making children forget such foolishness but Sarah Leah was reluctant. She'd known how upset her daughter was over the death of her friend. She wanted to give Fanja time to grieve. So she'd postponed the wedding. Unfortunately things had been getting worse. Her daughter made strange sounds and wandered about the house as if she was in a trance last Shabas, Fanja walked barefoot into the center of town without a coat or even a headcovering Sarah Leah have begun to wonder if maybe her husband was right. Finally she decided that enough was enough this very morning she had told Fahey at the marriage was back on and it would happen within two weeks whether she liked it or not. She had hoped that taking a hard line might put an end to were daughters difficult behavior apparently, she'd been wrong. Sarah Leah side had pulled on a pair of fur-lined slippers as she stepped out into the hallway the noises overhead grew louder Sarah Leah's heart hammered as she crept up the creaky old stairs that lead door daughter's bedroom. She. Suddenly wish that she had thought to bring a candle with her she didn't know what she was. So afraid of it was just her daughter at the top of the stairs. Fanja was just making a racket to try and get a rise out of her even. So there was a definite tingle of fear that ran up her spine with each ominous thump that came from the closed bedroom door. As Sarah Leah reached the top of the steps. She heard a sound that made her hair stand on end. It was a muffled gasping sound as though someone was having their last breath choked out of them. Sarah Leah dashed up to the bedroom door and flung it open. She looked around the room and let out a sigh of relief. There was no one there aside from Fanja. Her daughter was sitting on the floor next to her bed facing away from the door she held a copper candlestick and was hitting it against the floor. Sarah Leah called her but Fanja didn't respond. She just kept pounding the candlestick against the floor. Sarah Leah took a step toward her daughter and said. Funnier stop that right now, you'll wake papa. BAGNA twisted around to look at her mother as her daughter's face came into view. Sara Lee's blood ran cold. Her eyes were rolled up in her head and she was grinning like a mad woman. Fanja did not move her lips but of voice came out of them it was not her voice but the ragged rasp of an old man. Well. Don't just stand there woman I called you here for a reason go and get this old did book a drink. The color drained from Sarah. Leah's face as the did book cocked its head at an unnatural angle and began to laugh. When we return Sarah Leah tries to break her daughter free from the books grasp. 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If you WANNA protect your home and family get simply safe head to simplisafe dot com slash monsters and get a free hd camera that simplisafe dot com slash monsters to make sure they know that our show sent you. Now back to the story. Sarah Leah backed away from the thing sitting next to her daughter's bed. It looked like her daughter, but she knew this was not her child. Fanja had been acting strangely ever since the death of her friend model now Sarah Leah finally knew why her daughter was possessed by a book. The spirits mocking laughter followed Sarah Leah as she fled down the stairs she ran into her bedroom and shook her husband awake. Herschel you have to fetch the rabbi she gasped in a choked sob something is wrong with Fanja. Rab Herschel groaned and pushed her away. What what is so terrible that you would want to wake me and the rabbi in the middle of the night. Sarah Leah. But the words wouldn't come out. She was afraid that seeing its name would the spirit some kind of terrible power finally, she managed to stutter out one word. Did Book. Her husband laughed here, such a nanny Sarah Leah. She's not possessed besides Rob Zoman is in swooning visiting his mother. But if you're so concerned about Fanja, I'll go upstairs and talk to her myself. Sarah Leah followed her husband as he mounted the stairs to her daughters bedchamber her hands were still shaking and the light from her flickering candle cast eerie shadows over the walls of the stairwell. When they entered the room Sarah Leah saw that Fanja had gotten into bed and pulled the covers up over her head. A giggle came from under the covers. It was the Rasp of a grown man imitating a young girl. It sent a chill upset Leah's spine. She edged closer to the door. Herschel crossed his arms and took a step toward his daughter's bed. Whatever new nonsense this is, I won't have it. He said firmly, you've woken me up in the middle of the night and scared your poor mother half to death. Another giggle came from under the covers and strange voice replied. I'm terribly sorry Papa. Why don't you come closer and I'll give you a good night kiss before I go back to bed. Herschel frowned and took another step towards the bed. Fanja. Why do you sound so strange, he asked. The Dibble didn't respond and Herschel took another step forward Sarah. Leah held her breath. She wanted to warn her husband but she knew that the only way he would believe her was if he saw the book for himself. The, wind outside rose to a howling crescendo as Herschel came to stand beside his daughter's bed, he took hold of the bed clothes in a now trembling hand as he pulled the blanket away fanjul leapt at him. She sees one of rabbi, Herschel sidelocks and wrenched out of his head in a spray of blood and bits of flesh. Then she led out a maniacal laugh. Sarah Leah stared at her daughter in horror faunas. Short black curls were a tangled mess. Her eyes were rolling around wildly and she was flicking her tongue around frenetically Netflix. She held up the bloody lock of hair and began to gnaw on the bit of flesh that had come out of her father's head. Rab Herschel clutched his bleeding scalp and he staggered away from the bed. He looked at his daughter in terror and screamed. Who Are you? What do you want from us? The did book answered. I am Mordechai the butcher of Kiev indepth I was cast out even from Hell. I wondered the Earth with him send devils at my heels they prodded me with hot irons and wail black cats in heat if I rested my eyes for even a moment I've wandered across Russia a thousand times I entered your daughter because my throat was dry and I wanted a glass brandy now get me one before I rip out more hair. Sarah Leah seized her husband's hand and pulled him from the room together. They fled down to the landing on the floor below Herschel 's face was pale and his eyes were wide as he turned to his wife. Okay he said finally. Let's get the rabbi. Most dip stories follow a pattern in a collection of historical accounts of possession dating back to the sixteenth century. The majority of victims were young women. These women were either recently married or soon to be wed in ninety percent of these possessions. The book was male the books victims had not committed any great sin usually, their faith had faltered in some small way maybe. The woman had doubts about some story in the Tora Maybe Hermoso was empty or her home was not kosher enough whatever it was this small step allowed an evil spirit to enter her body sometimes through the pinkie toe on the left foot but often through the Genitalia, the woman loses agency over her body becoming a prisoner trapped within her own skin, the male perpetrators. And female victims in these stories are not coincidental. The Books Act of forced penetration is a clear metaphor for rape. The word did book comes from the Hebrew Word Depakote, which means to bond or at here in the Tora Depakote is used in the phrase bonding of the flesh a reference to consensual intercourse sanctified by God when the book enters its victims, it's described. As Eber the Hebrew word for impregnation the words used to describe a book or a perversion of the active represents just as rape is a violating negative reflection of sex for traditional Jewish women living in the Middle Ages marriage was not optional. Procreation was a commandment from God and in order to fulfill it, girls were sometimes married as early as eleven or twelve years old. Marriages were arranged by parents or a matchmaker. The bride's feelings and preferences were rarely taken into account. There's no doubt that for many marriage and sex were deeply traumatic undertaking one, they had no power to object to. Perhaps some of the young women who reported being afflicted by Dukes were responding to this trauma. They didn't have the language or the agency to object to marriage. So instead, they expressed their pain in ways that were more socially acceptable. We can't know if the outbursts diagnosed as do books were purposeful deceptions or unconscious expressions of mental distress. What we do know is that young women used the language of rape to describe a phenomenon of extreme violation when their bodies were no longer their own they expressed their pain in the only way, it would be accepted. When Sarah Leah heard the sound of horses hubs outside she pulled herself out of bed and staggered to the window. Her heart lapped when she saw that her husband was standing in the yard. Things had gone from bad to worse in the weeks since the Dibble had revealed itself Rab Herschel had set off right away to fetch the rabbi back from Swan Him but the journey had taken him much longer than it was supposed to the servants had deserted them as soon as Red Herschel was gone no one wanted to work in a house with an evil spirit in. The daytime Fanja, had no memory of the book that inhabited her body. She couldn't understand why her body ached and her breath tasted of liquor. She walked about the house in a days asking what had happened to her father and the servants. Sarah Leah couldn't bring herself to tell her the truth. How do you tell your own daughter that an evil spirit is living inside her? Every night you went to bed and the dip book took over. He drank whole bottles of Brandy in one Gulp Sang bawdy songs and insulted anyone who came near. Rumors spread and before long crowds of onlookers started gathering in the yard demanding to meet the butcher of Kiev. At first Sarah Leah stood at the door and hurled curses at anyone who tried to enter the house but the long nights outside made her ill after a few days. Sarah. Leah could barely stand. It took all her energy just to stagger to the well to fetch a pail of water. Sarah Leah had never been on her own before she had no idea how to build a fire or clean a chamber pot. She ate uncooked beliefs and raw barley sometimes, she didn't even have the energy for that. All she could do was lying in bed and listen. She listened as the villagers broke down the door at night and stopped up to her daughter's room the book told them Ru Jokes and sang disgusting songs. When they left at Sun Up, they stole anything they could get their hands on. The wind and snow blew in through the entryway and Sarah Leah grew sicker and sicker she was beginning to thank her husband would never come home that he had died on the road to swan him. 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Rep's Allman was a short man with Mary Brown eyes after hearing Herschel Story about the did book he agreed that he would have to come back to alta straight away Rep Herschel had signed with relief. He thought then that his troubles were over but he'd been wrong that night the worst blizzard anyone had seen in years began by the time morning came the snow was so deep that most people couldn't even open their doors. It didn't let up for a week grab her worried about his wife and daughter day and night he imagined the terrible things that might have befallen them but he never pictured anything close to the truth. The door hung from a single hinge and piles of snow had blown into the entry way read Herschel shivered as he made his way to the stairs. Most of the furnishings were gone and a disheveled man was passed out on the floor of the kitchen. Rep Herschel called out for his wife and a weak voice answered him. When he caught sight of the figure standing at the top of the stairs, his heart skipped a beat Sarah. Leah was ghostly white. Her eyes were barely open and her lips were cracked and dry. He ran up to her and took her in his arms. He could feel that her forehead was burning up. She looked into his eyes and croaked out. Fanja you have to help Fanja. He nodded and replied I will. He called to the Rabbi Sarah Leah took his arm for support as they made their way toward the room at the top of the stairs. As. Rab Herschel pushed open the door of his daughter's room. A man's voice imitating a girlish squeal. Cried out. Welcome back father would have you brought me from swannee. There were a few drunken louts gathered around faunas bedside and they erupted in cruel laughter. Rob. Felt. His cheeks. Grow hot. He yelled I've brought your doom did book now get out of my daughter before we force you out. He gestured to the rabbi who had entered the room behind him. The book laughed and said that Old Schlemiel meal, he couldn't throw a whore out of a synagogue. Herschel went up to one of the drunks and knocked him to the floor. He kicked the man in the gut a few times as the other on lookers began to stumble out of the room. The rabbi stepped forward and poured water on the glowing coals in the hearth the room filled with smoke and the eerie sound of a Ram's horn filled the air. The rabbi approached the girl with a silver pendant clutched in his hand as soon as he got close, Fanja punched him hard in the stomach. Herschel stepped forward and tried to restrain her fanja kicked him in the Groin and bid him hard on the arm she hissed and spat and deeply inhumane sounds came from her mouth finally, the Rub I managed to tie one of her arms to the bedpost. Fanja spat a wad of Flam in his face and laughed like a madman then she tore off her shift with her free hand. Rep. Herschel. Nearly fainted when he caught sight of her belly, a strange lump protruded from it like a tumor. As she spoke, the lump moved around like some animal were inside her stomach trying to get out. You useless fools you'll end up in hell just like the rest of us. The rabbi began to chant and laid a silver star upon faunas chest the girl writhed and hissed she foam at the mouth and her head whipped back and forth. Red Herschel looked up at him and cried out. Please stop you're going to kill her. In that moment Fanja went still her whole body went limp and her eyes glazed Sarah Leah shrieked read Herschel began to wail. Cool laughter echoed out of the girls UNMOVING lips she sat up and smiled as the voice said I told you you're trinkets were useless. Sarah Leah stepped forward. Then she sank to her knees and took her daughter's hand in a soft voice she asked. please. What can we do? Our coffers are empty at our home is destroyed I m sick and my husband is nearly mad with grief. Look at what you've done to our daughter. Surely, you must some pity. The girl raised an eyebrow and replied. No one pitied me when I walked the roads of Kiev's starving and freezing when my mother sold me to a merchant for twenty shekels when I was beaten and abused who has ever pity me. Sarah Leah turned to Rub Herschel and replied. I will and my husband will. Rub, Herschel stood on shaky legs. He approached the demon and said I will make sure you are not forgotten. I Will Recite Psalms and read the Mishna I will give alms and say cottage for a year. The books, tongue lol, as it replied. Swear it swear that you will or may a host of evil imps. Tear you limb from limb as they have done to me. The rabbi cried out don't do it the demon lies. Read. Herschel ignored him and replied I swear it. The book side and said, just give the arms don't bother saying codfish or reading the Mishna I've been dead. So long it would make a difference. The girl fell back against the bed her eyes closed and her body went limp. Foul wind swept through the room. It was the stench of rotting corpses. Then it was gone along with the lump been faunas. For a moment all was quiet. Then Fanja opened her eyes and asked for a glass of water. Read Herschel. Collapsed in. SOBS. Sarah. Leah stroked her daughter's hand and told her she could have whatever she wanted. Medieval accounts of possessions often play out like medical dramas. A woman is diagnosed with symptoms of possession and given the cure of an extra schism for hundreds of years. This was the narrative of most dibbled stories but at the turn of the nineteenth century, a burgeoning Jewish literary tradition would create a new type of book. Up until the late eighteen hundreds Yiddish was considered a language of commoners Jewish writers who wanted to be taken seriously wrote in Hebrew the language of scripture authors like show limo lay him used this linguistic snobbery to satirize religious orthodoxy others like Isaac. Bosh UVA singer used their writing to elevate the Yiddish language and document the rich cultural history of eastern European Jews both singer and delay him created their own. Entirely, unique debock stories that did away with the sexual overtones of the Medieval Tales. Away Him story, the haunted Taylor is set in a time when violent pogroms were ravaging Jewish communities. In this take on the legend, the image of the book is used to lament the trauma of life in the Jewish Pale of settlement an area where Jews were forced to live by the Anti Semitic policies of Czarist Russia. Isaac Bolsheviks Singer was known for his supernatural stories and he has several that involved did books. The dead fiddler begins as a light hearted tale about two bickering books who inhabit a young woman but the narrative gets darker as we learned the tragic tales of these two spirits. One of the most famous book stories came from the celebrated playwright s and Ski. His. Nineteen Twenty play, the book tells the story of a young woman is possessed on her wedding day. The spirit belongs to a young man who loved her and was secretly wronged by her father like with many of the book stories written around the turn of the century. The book is about the way that the past can come back to haunt us. It uses the backdrop of state sanctioned violence against Jews to underscore the personal traumas of the characters in the story. Jewish writers at the turn of the century were sandwiched between periods of terrifying violence for Eastern European Jews as the pilgrims of Sarah's Russia came to an end the rise of Fascism in Europe signaled a new era of death and suffering life in Jewish. was haunted by seemingly endless cycles of trauma external forces haunted the lives of the Jewish people without cause just as a book invades the body of a young woman, the violence of anti-semitism invaded Europe ripping apart families and destroying lives. Sarah Leah, did not sleep the night after her daughter's burial. She lay next to her snoring husband staring at the ceiling and wishing that things were different. Finally as the sun began to rise, she crept out of bed and went to sit on the steps outside her home. They thought their troubles were over when the book left Faunas Body but things never really got better Fanja. talked in a man's voice, but she was still sickly and weak. The marriage fell through and faunas condition got worse and worse. Then, one day she didn't come down to breakfast. They found her lying in bed her dark curls damp with sweat and her glassy eyes staring at the ceiling. As Sarah Leah watched the Winter Sun Rise above the frost covered hillsides, she noticed two people standing on the bridge that led out of town. She walked to the gate and squinted at the distant figures. It was a man and a woman. He wore a blue velvet coat and carried a butcher's knife. The woman was leaning over the edge of the bridge. But as she came up Sarah, Leah's heart nearly stopped, she'd seen those short black curls before. Sarah Leah called out to the couple, but instead of turning around the pair joined hands and began to walk away from her. Sarah Leah screamed her daughter's name. Opened the gate and ran toward them as soon as she stepped onto the road, they faded away into smoke. Sarah Leah fell to her knees in the snow who had Batman been he had carried a butcher's knife, but then he'd also been wearing a unique velvet jacket. Faunas friend model had a jacket like that. Tears Sprang to her eyes as she recalled an old story, she'd once heard it was about a book who had pretended to be allowed and occupied the body of his beloved to keep her from getting married. Sarah. Leah put a hand to her heart. She had always known that life wasn't fair. There were some things that would always remain a terrifying mystery. She supposed that knowing her daughter's fate would be one of them. Nineteenth Century artist. Efriam O'Shea. Lillian depicted the book as a skeleton wrapped in a tattered black cloak in his illustration titled did book the Creature is draped across the back of a muscular young man who seems almost unaware of it. He's struggling across a barren landscape focused on the graveyard in front of him. Lillian illustration is a metaphor for the central fear behind stories about did books a fear of the burden of the past. It's meant to show the way that our traumas stay with us a load that we may not be aware of, but that weighs down every step we take. For the Jewish women of the Middle Ages, those burdens were centered around traumatic sexual encounters their lack of agency in their own lives led to outbursts of acute mental distress. The Legend of the book started with these women. But as time went on and Jewish women began to gain more agency and control over their lives, it evolved at the turn of the century. It represented the violence of antisemitism whatever meaning it took on the book always had a powerful lesson to teach violence does not end with death it echoes through the years and the longer it's ignored the more chaos and destruction will follow. Thanks for listening to mythical monsters. We'll be back next week with a new episode for more information on books amongst the many sources we used, we found the book did books and Jewish Women in Social History Mysticism and folklore by Hell L. Your extremely helpful to our research. You can find all episodes of mythical monsters and all other podcast cast originals for free on spotify not only does spotify already have. All of your favorite music. But now spotify's making it easy for you to enjoy all of your favorite podcast originals like mythical monsters for free from your phone desktop or smart speaker to stream mythical monsters on spotify. Just open the APP and type mythical monsters in the search bar and don't forget to follow us on facebook and Instagram at park cast and twitter at podcast network I'll see you next time. Mythical monsters was created by Max Cutler and is a podcast studios original. 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"John and ken show john kobylt and ken chiampou. Kfi am six forty blood everywhere on the iheartradio app. Welcome everybody instantly. The way john kobylt on a day like this every year this particular day let's spent a segment discussing the super bowl commercial. Shut up. I didn't watch any of them. Every time i looked up. It looked like something woke was being sold to me side at this obsessive over commercials get get the halftime show. I'll get commercials. I watched the game. I block everything else. on anyway. dunk sonko was close. We had some pretty big news this after talking about it. At four o'clock the la county association of deputy district attorneys. When after george gaskin and those terrible directives he issued particularly the one that would end. Sentencing enhancements with sounds like a boring term but it adds significant prison time for some very dangerous people a rapist even murderers. It's thought it's how you get killers into jail for life. It's the enhancements ended up giving him a life sentence otherwise some of them can be out in twenty years with this elder parole or some other nonsense. Right this is what will override all those strange parole rules that have been enacted in the last few years and judge slapped a preliminary injunction on part of this. It's a complicated decision. But it does help in the battle against george gas going in his direct days it was a big loss for gas gone and the judge made it clear that he thought guests gone was acting illegally. He was forcing is deputy. Da to commit illegal acts in the courtroom. Can you imagine we've got this for a da honesty. Yeah he took over what i think. December seventh took to my s two months for a judge to say that this guy is committing illegal acts enforcing his deputies to commit illegal acts nine nine lawsuit right. Yeah we told you to vote for jackie lacey but people listen. I think that's the same judge that knocked out at least temporarily. La county's outdoor dining ban. Yes as judge of the year all right so we'll have michelle hennessy. Next hour from the la county association of deputy da. -'s for more on that we got an email from a woman named cheryl which we thought it was quite a story and she's looking for coverage on it from tv stations. And of course. The john and ken show she lost her entire levin acre ranch her home her barnes or guest house everything she ever owned the bobcat fire on september eighteenth. It was under number martinets sentences particularly sad. It was a nonprofit animal sanctuary. She lost her cat and a horse. and cheryl herself were severely injured during evacuation and edison likely caused the fire. Yeah i just looked up the stories. Hopefully some vegetation hit an innocent power line or something like that and that's what they were looking into last october. Here's the final Kick in the face. Edison keeps sending cheryl power bills for electricity. That doesn't even exist Even even the meters were burned in the fire. So there's no house. There is no electrical system. There are no meters. And she's getting billed continuously. Some of her neighbors owed thousands of dollars. And they can't find anybody at edison to fix this. Let's get sheryl on. Gerald poindexter welcomed. John and ken show glad to be here. I love you guys. Thanks for all the help you give us anything out. What happened to you. It's terrible tesla store. I thought you'd get a kick out of this one. Yeah listen first of all. How are you you wrote in the letter that you were severely injured. What happened to you. I blew my back out. I blew my back out lifting animals into the trucks. And you know all trying to say whatever i could and I you get back spasms. Real bad should've called deborah. She would run out there to help you. You probably you want to help. Lift it up a couple of turtles for her. I would have done that happy to do that. So what's the status right now. It's just everything is burned to the ground. You haven't had a chance. I guess to start rebuilding it. we That's another story Public works Still hasn't Cleared our property and we have a high winds up here and it's blowing all this toxic stuff. But i passed on the public works. I opted out. And i went with a contractor and He's great running wilson and he Already has my property cleared. And we're in Plan chatted getting permits to rebuild. Okay but you have nothing resembling a house or an electrical system or electric total ash. There's nothing there. And i keep getting these bills and i I started the next door. A site here. And i asked the neighbors anybody else. Having problems with edison billing. You know 'cause we lost there was about eighty houses that burned and They figured out. Yeah we got the same problem. What's going on. So i thought it was so crappy because it's like rubbing salt in a wound. I mean they burn my house down and now they're they're you know okay fine if they made a mistake. Fine i've called them fourteen times. What's the worst they could shut off your power. Well no i told him. I said well i paid all these already and i said what am i paying for so i went online to see what i was paying for and they wouldn't let me see what i was paying for. Because they said the count is ineligible because you must have an active service accounts to sign up for paperless billing for like do because we're sending me paper billing so i said look if it's an active account. Then why are you continuing to send me bills for this account. It's just it's insane. I get i paul. And they send me over two supervisors and I get to the supervisor. And they say. Hold on. And then i get another supervisor and they say can i help you and i gotta go through the whole thing and then they connect me. Oh this is terrible much money are they looking to collect from you. Know just Just a couple of hundred dollars but my neighbors are into it for a lot more than i am. And to keep accumulating. Yeah yeah. I got a bill this week again. Do you have an inactive account and you have no meter and you have no house. What do they say. End the conversation. What are they charging you for the wind blowing out. No no no. They won't tell me and what they're doing now is they sent me bills and i said my place burned down on the eighteen. But they're sending me bill now. They went retroactive. And they said now it's from eight night august nineteenth two to september eighteenth. And it's like i pay those already so you know i mean i can't do. All my bills burned up in the fire right right. But there's there's bank records or credit card records correct. Yeah but it's not specific. I had three accounts. I had to well to wells in my house. And so there's three accounts. So i i can't tell which payments went to what accounts i paid. I paid them all in seoul every month. So i know i don't know it okay And you called fourteen times and you've gotten dozens of supervisors and they just pass you along and they hang up on. you said. Sounds like they're doing that on purpose. Really rude they're. They're really rude and they they have been so rude to my neighbors and everything so i. I thought it was such. It was so horrible. That i contacted. Abc news Kabc they came down immediately and interviewed me. And i got all my neighbors together and they interviewed me and they're going to run it. I think maybe week. But they had to get a statement from edison. Edison said that they Oh we're giving refunds Tell everybody well. We don't have refunds. They still won't respond to our. You know our call's being rude. Yeah no. They're a monopoly. That's what it is coming. That's terrible people. Were there really. I have an attorney where we are all up here. We're all suing at us and and They they have proved that it was Edison's fault said That was a tree that was hitting the lines that started the fire and they failed to fix it and they sent all the the What fire people you know. Fire trucks over And where was on the other side of the hill I observe something and And and they didn't defend juniper hills and they could put it out on the two but the winds picked up. It was going seventy five miles an hour on this. This fire came through seventy five miles an hour and we barely got out alive. It was ridiculous it was like a blow torch. Well sara. we wish you luck. We hope you get the tv coverage in need to unravel this Nuttiness from soak alison. Yeah let us know when that when that's gonna run and we'll replay it here and let us know Have how this progresses. Yeah thank you donnie. Candidates are great. Thanks so much for all you do for us thank you. Good luck sheriff's cheryl poindexter or ranch was destroyed in the bobcat fire. That's the one from last september above zuza in the angeles national forest and yes all indications are so lettuce and didn't maintain its power lines so vegetation hit the line. And i mean i don't think that's a final conclusion yet but i think that's where they're they're thinking and then cheryl's problem is so if it's still billing what why are they so rude and nasty to what kind of people work at so cal. What do you what do you do that. We know you're listening why you do that wrong with you torture. People next up is a shot at thousand dollars. You've got to stand by for that. Keyword attacks john and ken. Kfi john and ken show your chance to win a thousand dollars now for your chance at a thousand bucks text nationwide keyword bills ls two hundred. You'll get a confirmation text and info standard data and message rates apply in this nationwide contest. That's bills to two hundred. Two hundred you want the money. Answer the phone when it rings. Even if you don't recognize the number might be the money coming most likely from the five one three area code and next chance to win next hour at about four twenty so as we saw here in southern california last fall when the dodgers won the world series and then not long after that the lakers won the nba championship. The next major sports championship of course was yesterday the tampa. Bay buccaneers won the super bowl but the significant thing about this was a home game. It was played in florida. Tampa bay stadium was the host for this year's super bowl so the fans got pretty crazy. And we're gonna play in a report from cnn reporter who well became monitoring what was going on the entire game and she was just in shock. She's one of these professional mask nags. She was appalled by what was going on. Saw her name is randi kaye. Here's her report for china. Enjoy it safely. We are at the courthouse in tampa which is very lively. bar restaurant which is why i am double mass but if you take a look at the scene behind me you can see that a lot of people are gathered there already Cheering for their favorite team. They're outside so it's it's considered to be safer. And they are allowed to be here to take their masks off while they're eating or drinking but you can see a quite a large crowd certainly not all in one single family or one single household that are mixing nedbank is alive here in the city of tampa right now but let me show you a scene from last night in an area called ebor city. We have some video to show you. You can see on the streets of ebor city this massive crowd again not many of them wearing a mask. This is a very popular spot where people go to bars and restaurants. There were some police. There we're unsure about citations. I i spoke to the tampa police. I asked them. What are you doing about this because a lot of people were very concerned. Apparently the dance floors were full. And that's right now not allowed during the pandemic here in the city and there is a mask mandate in any of these entertainment and event areas. And if you're not wearing a mask and you can't safely social distance you could be fined up to five hundred dollars but that's obviously being largely ignored by many here. Who are in the city so the tampa police told me that they're very disappointed by what they've seen. And some of these establishments do risk being shut down. There are about thirty thousand people. A day that have been coming into tampa international airport. This is really the officials greatest fear the last thing they want is for the super bowl to turn into some type of super spreader of vein. So they are very concerned about that but the city is extremely crowded. Officials are asking people not to yell. Cheer already hearing that here. They made it. That's how the virus spreads the very concerned about that. They also don't want them to drink a lot of alcohol but we're seeing plenty of that as well. They say that's what people let their guard down might not social distance. They might not take all the safety protocols that they need to be taking on us so certainly a lot happening here. In the city of tampa close people are excited about the game but there is safe to be concerned about to was during the game. She did this report. So i think the night before pre game. Yeah yeah it was pre game and then they showed video from the night before. I'm double masks until i ask the police. What are you doing about this. This is the cnn is is such a crackup went when there were riots in the cities right at you had entire blocks burning cnn was telling you these are just peaceful protests peaceful. You know the police are doing a good job and not inflaming anything. But you have a bunch of people out there drinking and celebrating. I can't believe they're not supposed to be shouting. They're not supposed to be singing other. That's supposed to be consuming alcoholic beverages. And they're not wearing masks. I ask though because i am double mass but we need to enjoy gabe. We need to stay safe. How come so many tea. Reporters are now these self righteous health nazis running around constantly scalding constantly giving remind make sure you wear your mask and socially distance. Please don't shout they're saying. Please don't drink any alcoholic beverages. Who made them into the hall monitors when we come back a headache. She's got to be a lot of fun the. Us supreme court struck down gavin. Newsom over the weekend. it's similar. There are people that chant and sing in church. The church's got to win. We'll explain coming up. John and ken show kfi. Ken show john kobylt and ken chiampou. Kfi am six forty five everywhere on the iheartradio app. Well the united states supreme court stuck to the ninth circuit court of appeals again. As you know the ninth circuit to historically has been one of the most overturned appeals courts. It's the one for the western states. They also overturned some federal judges in san diego and san bernardino. What was the rolling california's ban on indoor church services. That's what they did. They ruled that newsom strict orders violate the constitution's protection of the free exercise of religion and the arguments are pretty much what you would have expected. Some of the justices writing that california has allowed people together in other places like indoor shopping malls and other venues. It only seems logical that people could also gather in churches and by the way california is the only state to ban indoor worship in all but are sparsely populated counties. Yeah but they took him this long for this lawsuit to make its way to the us supreme court after these other court rulings. Does that tell you what kind of state we're in the right to worship at a church service is among the most fundamental the most important in the constitution and there aren't any exceptions to it. The government can never silence your freedom of speech. They can never silence your freedom of religion. Never this is. This is not a debatable act. Now they're gonna let stand though the safety precautions but churches must abide by including limit on capacity of twenty five percent social distancing all that kind of stuff but there was a sub debate which i found fascinating and the sub debate was over whether or not people can sing and chant. The three justice. Yeah be careful. Three of the justices voted to lift all restrictions including limits on attendance and singing. That was clarence thomas alito and the new guy gorsuch but amy coney barrett. The latest justice not convinced the ban on singing should be lifted singing. In a group indoors could spread the airborne virus barrett churches had the burden of establishing their entitlement to relief from the singing ban. That legal ease over singing. They have to establish their entitlement to relief from the singing ban. In my view they didn't carry that burden at least not in this record. Cavenaugh agreed with her so they did lift the ban on. Its well at least now. Because i noticed in reading the statements the justices wrote there was a general deference among most judges in the country to state and local officials that they're in charge of setting health policy. Oh and the liberal justices said they well. we're not scientists. They said yeah. Accept what happens when this is the question. I had a year ago. What happens when the government starts ignoring the science Because the church just said in a we can take precautions to protect the same way. The schools can take precautions to protect and then the science bears out that that makes it reasonably safe to go to school or go to church under certain conditions. And then you had newsom. Who makes these terrible dictatorial decisions saying well. The sites doesn't matter to me anyway. He did he did that doing that. With schools right scientists schools could be open. No sign says churches can be open. No science says outdoor dining can be open. No so he what he did. Is he brainwashed. All his followers early on by saying We will be ruled by science and data and he repeated over and over again and everybody became his followers became confidence. I guess yes. My leader will follow. Science data by leader will follow science data. He doesn't he lied. He follows whatever he wants to follow in order to keep control. Keep an iron fist uncontrollably. People there be no worshiping. There's gonna be no eating outdoors. There's gonna be no learning in schools because he says so now you have all the scientists lining up all day and night on tv and radio. Going there's danger. Even judges are finally realizing finally they woke up and so wait a second danger. You gotta be careful. You know you can go sit in a church if you i mean why is it. You can go and buy a bottle of booze to soothe your soul. But you can't go sit in the back road. Pray i like. What judge roberts said the chief justice now back in may he was a key. Vote in the five to four decision to reject the challenge to the restriction on church services here in california but he's come around he said. I can't accept california's present determination that the maximum number of adherents who can safely worship in the most cavernous cathedral zero x was difference though. Broad has its limits. Answer any we can defer to local judgment unquote science. But there's limits to that and this went too far right. And i guess between may and now because may as much as we do now and certainly the virus has taken. It's turn again. He's like gotten ridiculous and again. It's the broad blanket that they throw of everything right when in doubt. Shut it down. They banned altered services. They've banned all schools. They have banned ball outdoor eating and then they come up with impossible weird calculations in tears and colors and rules so that nobody can ever open while you're having our scientific criteria a scientific criteria just made it up they just make stuff up and finally. It's cracking and after all this. I saw another story over the weekend that it looks like california's coming in line when it concerns. That's and corona virus cases with two other populous states texas and florida. That have never gone with these kinds of restrictions. So what does that tell you. After a year of this really we did all this. We're no further ahead in limiting the debts in cases that we did the wrong thing. We overdid it. It's not having an impact. No he did a lot of damage. That's that's why he's as possibility for recall. Yeah i heard a story today on the news. Three hundred thousand people a year now are moving to florida and it's increased rapidly and the governor there set part because the schools people are moving their families so their kids could go to school. Wow aunt today. I heard that This was actually the the original point of the story. I watched is that disney is talking about moving some of its divisions from burbank. Orlando and disney's. Denial is a non denial saying nothing has colleague story came out like a month ago. They say what the divisions were. But that's they're looking into how they would. There seems to be another round of rumors and disney didn't Didn't denied said well nothing's concrete we're always looking to expand in in orlando so it means they are working on something. It's planes aren't finalized yet. And there's going to be at a p black people here in the burbank area outta work or they're going to have to move to florida because because you the disney executives one out newsome's destroying them so they went out and they want to stop paying the you know the thirteen percent tax rate on on the high executives. That's another great one. The silly war on the theme parks were florida's. Never had that problem. So there's so florida's absorbing next to three hundred thousand people a year. That is a city the size of orlando coming to florida. Housing prices are now going up. Schools are getting more crowded and a lot of people are coming from california and new york to go to florida. So this is what's happening is Newsom is from you. Know from a lowly church to the great disney corporation is driving people crazy. Driving people out now families are leaving for middle. Class families are leaving. Wealthy executives are leaving. I just don't know how anybody could defend him by. We got more coming up. John and ken. Kfi john and ken show john kobylt. Ken chiampou kfi exporting life everywhere on the iheartradio app. We'll be going over this big decision that came out this afternoon from la county judge dealing with towards gas comb and is horrible directives. The la county district attorney particularly the one. I was going to stop sentencing. Enhancements from being applied to a case against the defendant. A lot of these are very violent criminals who deserve a long stay in prison but gascoyne and tried to tear that down with a special directive banning. The sentencing enhancements of this judge's decision will be explained to us. It's mostly a good one for the la county association of deputy district attorneys. Who brought this lawsuit against gascoyne. We'll be talking to michelle hennessy. The president right after the news at four o'clock. Well we have another phony public official. In the state of california it is diana becton the district attorney of contra costa county she of course is in charge of enforcing state and local corona virus regulations. In fact was part of a task force in that county to apply the rules on corona virus rules and regulations and it has now been revealed that last summer. She hosted a wedding at her home. It was a small outdoor wedding. And we did it here to state county restrictions although the restrictions do not permit wedding receptions no it misses reportedly saw guests wearing masks and social distancing but food and alcohol was served and music played well into the evening. So you know what happened. People probably started dancing close together and singing and singing. Yes singing to the tune anyway. Drinking alcohol what. What did we learn from that. Cnn report a few minutes ago When you drink alcohol you drop your guard doing the chicken dan. Drop your mask. They next thing you drop your skirt your pants and yes. She said last november that we take complaints very seriously. We've noticed an uptick and complaints about people. Flouting our masking and social distancing rules. Like this to she. She said i had a wedding in my yard that was really based upon the law. The what did we shared. I can't figure out that word. But i hope that i did not do anything that was in violation of any rules. If i did it was not my intent and so in other words you know how to abide by the rules. But the rest of us don't fight. She shouldn't be allowed to have a gathering she also said we don't just get married in my community. We have celebration wasn't everybody. I don't know what her community is. But everybody every community has a celebration. Kind of what kind of arrogant remark is that. We have a celebration. We don't just get married. Mike community cultural identity explained that we we have to do this. Because that's important to my people. I don't know what that means that she's that she's special and she's got the right to have a celebration. Cheetahs follows this is like newsom. Go to the french laundry deciding bad mistake. It's all the same thing it is. It's an london. Breed went to that same restaurant. San jose mayor went. And we all those legislators who went to hawaii they're all scolding and lecturing and finger-wagging and telling us to wear a mask and stay home and keep distance. You can't work. Kids can't go to school meantime. Parties are breaking out all over the place. So this Diana becton is a complete fraud. I also think yes. I know that. I just read about her today. In the story back gascon. She's a big supporter of gas cones. Let the prisoners at a prison. No it's agenda right so she she's another one. He doesn't want to prosecute a horrible criminals and wants to let horrible criminals out of prison and so of course she's not going to think the laws ota applied her either the only laws that apply or all the silly schmucks who actually listen to these government officials but pre criminals don't have to abide by the rules and none of these political leaders have to buy the rules. It's just you missed. Mr and mrs average person. You're the ones who are supposed to follow along. It was not my intent to break any rules. I don't know what you mean by. Having a gathering of people outside your household in your yard she was in charge of the rules. She's on the task force to create the roles and to enforce them and to enforce them so she couldn't see that there was a there was a violation Literally their own backyard. I'd coming up next. We'll be talking to once again to michelle hennessy. She's president of the los angeles county association of deputy district attorneys. They got what looks to be mostly a victory in court today when a judge announced that he was slapping a preliminary injunction on george gas. Go in the la county da and some of his directives which include chopping down sentence. Time for very very violent prisoners. We'll talk about next. John and ken show debra mark has the news. Kfi am six forty.

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Taliban vs Sovereign Citizens: Two Enter, One Leave Hour 1

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Taliban vs Sovereign Citizens: Two Enter, One Leave Hour 1

"Talk radio activities bryan suits. Kfi nearby complete radio transmitter will actually broadcast from cape before the shot. I would bomb out of them. Dark secret place with brian suits on. Kfi all appropriate the cape up. K pop bumping. It is dark secret place. Brian suits in here until eleven. On independence day eve. July twenty twenty one. And i'm sorry that super hyper local sunday content is about to invade the dark secret place but it kind of has to if you're not nail area and and you're one of the thousands who downloads the soup. The dark place podcast. And it's probably sunday morning that you're hearing this. I want to talk about something. Remember last sunday. I played that audio of a outrage mother at a spa in koreatown colle- spot wilshire spa but we wi spa and this woman and a bunch of other women with their daughters were confronting the the attendance and the managers at this we spot because a man a pre op self-described trans man in other words. A man with a penis walked into the women's locker room and undressed in front of a bunch of little girls and so a woman. It's sort of led a charge and confronted the the the attendance of fronts of you were listening to To super hyper local sunday last sunday you heard that and to be perfectly frank. I really honestly thought that other other shows on. Kfi would get on it. But i i don't run them and i i i'm not them. I'm just me. And i heard that and it rung a bell. It absolutely connected with me. As as a father of a daughter well today down there in k town that was a big koreans versus antiga protests. And as usual. What happened was a korean. Residents of k town came out in support of those women. They came out in support of those mothers. and especially the woman who who take that And you heard. I'm not gonna play on dark secret place but You know you you heard it last sunday. And they came came out in support of that woman and of course for some reason. Antiques showed up in korea town to oppose them and they thought that they were agitating for trans rights or lgbt to lgbtq acceptance or whatever so of course antifa teeth does. They began beating people anonymously. There's there's video of a guy who's been identified as this guy from canoga park who works at a specific barbershop into panga. He's been identified. He runs up behind a cop with a metal pipes and hits the cop in the helmet mean full on all our hand you know not upward baseball cut but like a wood. Shopping cut hits his cop in the helmet from behind. And then there's there's video of a friend of dart secret place A a guy that you can you can find on twitter. He calls himself roof korean seven. And he's a he's a korean guy ear in la. He was a rooftop korean nineteen ninety-two he doesn't take any crap. And there's video of him being assaulted by this little whiny and teeth a woman this little woman in short since she's if she's twenty one i'll be shocked but a bunch of people are are confronting him because he he i don't know why he's he's he's alone. I'll i'll have him. On the john and ken show on monday. I'm in for john. And ken monday and tuesday but but so anyway he is. He's a friend of the show. This woman assaults him and he's carrying a water bottle and he swings and he hits he connects to her head. He's defending himself. This woman is assaulting him and he hits her and he surrounded by antifa guys. Lapd does show up and they coordinate guy off. I don't know what's happened. I direct message on twitter but I retweeted it and but that's what happened today. That is today's big story in los angeles. Is that a bunch of antifa. People actually thought that the way to agitate for trans rights or whatever for the right of an adult man with a penis to walk into a women's dressing room full of girls girls under eighteen Was was would be to beat a bunch of people protesting that so. That's that's your los angeles today. And i'll i'll update it as as events warrant but i was really You know i. I'm glad this story didn't go away from last sunday. I was a little surprised that You know there was sort of radio silence about it. I knew it was a big deal. Now it's a big deal now. It's a big deal. The the issue that this private company we spa has has brought. I don't know if they're ready for it or not. But now i'll tell you what man we know this. We know this los angeles. We've known it since nineteen ninety-two irvine found this out. Two years ago when they tried to plant a homeless encampment in irvine. This is not a community that you wanna f with this. I swear the los angeles korean community are the ones who invented pfaff. Oh i swear because that was one thousand nine hundred in one thousand nine hundred ninety two the day after the rodney king verdict. They got up on the roofs of their privately owned businesses in k town and they basically pfaff. Oh and i'm not going to spell. I'll tell you the acronym f. a. a. f. o. They invented that. And and if if you're if you're actually wandering in the koreatown doing physical violence against korean people who are having a protest you have chosen poorly as all i can tell you and by the way their facial coverings didn't last long because the people in k town really don't care what law they're breaking if the reaching out and grabbing the balaclava off your head you you little nineteen year old see son punk so anyway We'll we'll have an update on that tomorrow for super logo sunday I'm only telling you that right now. Because i just got this information from a couple of people who are friends of dsp. Andy no The the anti mtpa targeted journalist is the one who Who got video. I don't know if he's down here in la or not. I'll i'll ask him if he's going to be around a monday. Maybe we'll have him on. Johnny ken as well but So anyway that's that's your la update. I welcome to the dark secret places. Your weekly look at the world melting down because the world is always melting down We we have some aron stuff. Sure i we have a lot of china stuff. Both this our next hour But we do have taliban stuff that we have to get to because it it literally the this is just the weirdest thing about history and And politics and the whole thing is that you have a country that was liberated. By the united states occupied by nato and You have an entire population of people in in afghanistan who have sort of gotten used to the last twenty years including a generation of people born in afghanistan after nine eleven. Who think that. It's normal for a girl to go play in a volleyball league for a nineteen year old girl to go from a stem class. A robotics class in at whatever kabul technical high school go home and change and go play volleyball against other girls. They think that's normal. And this is the saddest damn thing since the taliban took over in the mid nineties and that is that that girl is about to get the education of her life that these past twenty years in afghanistan history. This has not been normal. And especially since the taliban was invented. By the pakistanis in the mid nineties this has not been normal but they are advancing hour by hour and every every minute they get closer to kabul this is the weirdest thing about history. Kabul gets closer and closer and closer to the twelfth century. It's it's gonna be july. Fourth twenty twenty one in our world tomorrow in afghanistan. it's going to be the medieval period. It's going to be the twelve hundreds which would be the thirteenth century. Actually can't it's going to be the thirteenth century here in a couple of weeks and there is something we can do about it. But we've chosen not to and this is the cost of getting out I just want you all to know this. I want you to feel guilty about his. We could change this outcome but but we're not We trump began negotiating with the taliban to get out. There's only one way that ends biden has doubled down on it Today was actually the formal handover of baghram air force base. It was released yesterday or baghram airbase. That news was broken yesterday but the official handover ceremony to the afghan. National army. security services happened today. I'll explain what that means the significance of that but the you know afghanistan's is divided up into provinces in the provinces there are districts there are one hundred something like one hundred thirty total districts Sort of correspond to counties and afghanistan. The taliban as of yesterday have taken eighty of them and they're experiencing little to no resistance. The only resistance are getting are from intensely trained and equipped american train and equip afghan special operations guys. But it's it's bad news getting worse literally by the hour but who thought anything different would happen all right. We'll take a break. Come back right after this on a good news saturday here on the dark secret place. Brian suits in here till eleven. A very special war hollick's coming up. We'll tell you about when we come back. Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app. If i am sick. Forty is the secret. Replace ryan suits in here until eleven real quickly For the third hour here because it's july third twenty twenty one. I'm going to break down the revolutionary war and and and dispel some myths about. Who the the american rebels were. And what were they were equipped with and what were they facing. Because it was. It's sort of real simple surprising that both sides for the first couple of years basically had the same musket and because the musket would just so basic the british. Br so-called brown best was so basic it literally dictated. You know when people when you see movies like the patriot or whatever and you're asking well that's really stupid. This is stand there in line and everybody fire at the same time. That's really dumb. But you need to know why they did that. Both sides did that. And so anyway. I'll get into let the third hour for a hollick's and it'll be a rare outside edition so as it turns out. My property actually is is far longer than the average engagement range of even the largest revolutionary war battle. Everybody got within about no more than fifty yards from each other and so anyway. I'll walk you through that in real time and explain. I'll dispel some myths for you by the way and let me just say if any if there's any crap that happens and friend dark secret place At roof korean seven. If he needs any legal help yes. There will be a gofundme before you my friend. So if you if you get attacked by antifa. I can't play the audio. Because i haven't edited. There's some f bombs by the guy filming it but friend of the show roof korean seven. Follow him on twitter. at roof. korean seven he gets kicked in attack by mantica a whiny white woman and he connects with his water bottle to her noggin. And it makes a makes a pang. That would make college baseball proud. You know aluminum bat college baseball pro. Anyway meanwhile back in afghanistan a couple of things become clear and one of them is that to to my to my utter shock. The taliban clearly have or are exerting command and control on their on their very decentralized movement you know they there's sort of a generalized senior leadership of the taliban and they're able to influence lower commanders. But it's very much like the mob where you have guys who who can't make a move without your approval but but you're not absolutely in firm control of everybody and they don't follow your orders in lockstep like the french foreign legion or or something. Well what what is surprising. Is that though they have the ability to descend and concentrate on kabul. Right now they have the vehicles and they do not face the opposition because the afghan national army are surrendering at first opportunity. Some of the elements of the afghan national army are actually fighting back yesterday. Afghan special operations forces who are these guys almost exclusively trained and equipped by the us in many cases. Some of them were physically brought here for for months and months and months and over a year and basically sort of locked in to to the way things ought to be and they're being very effective against the taliban they're reporting does an engagement yesterday where they They killed up to two hundred eighty five taliban in the south near kandahar. Now the the the deal is it's a bit too little too late. Because the rest of the afghan national army are are busy surrendering and handing over their weapons as soon as they can because apparently for many of them they feel that their only chance at survival is to not put up a fight and then immediately surrendered their weapons. And so if you're wondering what's happening in these newly Taken over newly invaded liberate. Whatever i'm not gonna say liberated because taking you back to the thirteenth centuries not liberating but what. They are doing when they get there. Is there immediately. Implementing taliban-style sharia law circa september tenth. Two thousand one. They're not showing up in canada heart or other places and saying well. You know we've had twenty years to think about it and what's really interesting demographically. Is that the young guys now. Many of them were born before nine. Eleven two thousand and one. Many of them are nineteen or twenty. They have grown up thinking that the americans bombing them the ten strafing them that that's normal and that this is actually for the first time the taliban liberating afghanistan and they can't believe it there. In many cases their dads and their older brothers uncles were killed in two thousand two and two thousand three and two thousand four and then fast forward to last week because we we have taken an extraordinary toll on the taliban the way that the soviets never did because we saw to it that the soviets could not at will have air support orbiting over their own troops. So once that playing field was level when when soviet helicopters and fixed Did not dare go below twenty feet then the majority dean had an astounding advantage in that steep terrain threat against him. In fighting. the soviets and the soviets will never give us the russians. Won't ever give us a firm number on this. But by some some of the russian estimates in ten years afghanistan they lost at least twenty five thousand and probably north thirty thousand And by comparison the united states in twenty years with air superiority We've we've lost two thousand one hundred forty something. I'm not sure what the final account will be the for the record. I lost three friends in afghanistan. So i'm not being flippant. And i'm not being obtuse about this i i lost three friends in afghanistan. Oh one of them died extraordinarily and back in two thousand seven and you know the the idea possibly that he was with me in iraq and what we did in iraq. You can still point to this day and say yeah. It's a better place than when saddam was in charge no matter what but then he died in afghanistan. And now you're gonna look at it and say is it a better place. Now that we're leaving absolutely everybody. The closer yard to kabul the more afghans are talking to ap bbc npr. The rest of them. Saying we can't get out fast enough. The taliban are going to reimpose. Exactly what what they had on the day. They fled in two thousand one. When you guys showed up here so it is a sad day for the human race that being said what can we do about it. I mean i'm being dead on us. We have to look after our own. Do you chase after the dad with more living. Do you honor the dead by sending more guys to die We'll talk about that when we come back. It's dark replace. Brian sits in here on july third to them. Twenty one live on. Kfi am six forty live or on the iheart radio app. Kfi am six thirty start. Secrecy one confirmation confirmation from rooftop korean. Seven he oh come on with me with johnny cannon On monday which is july seth. I'm filling in for. Johnny ken monday and tuesday and then conway on wednesday night and we're all over the place because when they run out of house they call bryant but rooftop. Korean will come on a monday. And if you're not following me on twitter. This is all swahili to you. If you follow me at dart secret place you can see that. There was a protest down in wilshire about that. We spot thing that i talked about last sunday night on super-hype local sunday anyway More on that tomorrow so Anyway he contacted me on twitter and he will come in. Come on on monday. On john and ken so stay tuned. So that'll be fun. Okay so i don't wanna like know. Mix absolutely everything but What what we do know is that the taliban are descending on kabul. Will there be american media there to cover them You know the irony of these guys. Fleeing kabul in december of two thousand one and nineteen years and and eight months later or so coming back triumphantly is a chapter in in american failure. That i've i don't re- i remember nineteen seventy-five five because i was in hawaii and and we got one of the first initial waves of south vietnamese who fled in helicopters out to american ships with their families and and all that. I remember seeing that on tv. I really didn't know what it meant. I i didn't know what what april and may of nineteen seventy five men for american those iconic images and. What's really sad now. You know with the arc of time. I know that we are going to be in sometime in the next weeks or months. A iconic image is going to be snapped by somebody of america's failure in afghanistan and i saw. I promised handle on thursday. That i would talk a little bit about rumsfeld. Donald rumsfeld died last week. He died i guess. He died on wednesday and the family announced on thursday. And the the normal You know auto de fe the normal Orgy of dancing on the deadman's grave happen by people who never liked him. Hate them. Hate all neo cons. The whole thing and my feelings are very very complex for first of all. I acknowledged that the guy was a genius when he was secdef. He was the youngest secretary of defense for gerald ford than he was the oldest for george bush e even as an old guy you know he was irascible obviously but he was brilliant. There's nobody can debate that. And i remember him trying to explain to the press about the difference between things that we know that we need to know like the weather. You know that you need to find out what next week's weather is going to be like in other words that say known unknown we. We don't know right now. What next week's weather is going to be that say. And he explained that that's a known unknown. You there's an empty line on your laminate and you need to fill that in. And where they he lost them was when he tried to explain unknown unknowns in war and that is things you don't even know you needed to find out things you maybe you assume things you thought you knew and you're the wrong answer and he explained it as as if you if you never thought of them and then you're bitten the ass by them. They're unknown unknowns. You don't even know that you should know that and it was really clear to me that the guy understood the big picture of war. He understood the logistics of war. You know he he would have promoted. Sherman you say the name you say the name william tecumseh sherman in georgia and people spit and i laugh because sherman understood war sherman understood. I'm feeding my man. I'm starving them. We're gonna burn atlanta. We're gonna march to the atlantic or cutting the south off. This is total war he got. I love sherman. And i love that style of war because he understood you go ugly early. Make the enemy pay. The price do it on their soil. They will capitulate. Sherman was right and one doesn't like sherman doesn't understand war and you should stop buying the books. K run filled understood. Sherman really clearly. There was a famous exchange where rumsfeld went down rain. She was in kuwait and he was in camp new york or somewhere. Anyone who deployed to iraq you. You remember the drill You spent a couple of weeks in kuwait and you you. You pulled your humvees off the ships you brought them to camp new york whatever and you brought these unarmored humvees that you're supposed to now go into iraq with right if you if you were there two thousand three two four to then five. You know what i'm talking about and you quite literally drove the humvee into a junkyard whether it was a bunch of scrap pig. Iron it was. She'd mile sheet metal and pig iron. And you had a bunch of of of kuwaiti workers. They were not kuwaitis by the way they were from bangladesh and they had oxyacetylene and you could direct them to make a door for your unarmored humvee and they would do it and it would hang you. Take off the canvas rubber door and they would make you like a quarter inch steel and we would call it haji steel. 'cause you could shoot a nine millimeter round through it. So it wasn't that armored but at least it would slow the bullet down. It was also literally better than nothing but just barely and so we had to parade our vehicles in there we had to slap all of this rusty steel onto our unarmored humvees because the us army did not have an armored car. And this tennessee. National guardsmen confronted rumsfeld on tv. And of course it was splashed all over tv. And all this and he. He told rumsfeld the story that i just told you and he said hey. Hey man or driving humvees inlets junkyard. And i'm welding steel onto my humvee. I feel for the kid. Because i was that guy. But what what. Rumsfeld explained is what i knew rumsfeld said hey listen you go to war with what you have. We didn't count on occupying a nation of twenty nine million with an active insurgency. We didn't anticipate that. But that's the mission you're given you go to war with what you have. America's started world war two with the nineteenth biggest armed portugal's army was bigger than the us army on december seven. Nine hundred forty one. And if you don't know that if you don't know what rumsfeld knew then then you should maybe study. Upper asked me or something about that. Because i knew that my frustration was i had just been in bosnia. Nineteen ninety nine. And i was patrolling around in russian armored cars and i i loved him. I was trained to blow these things up with tow missiles but once i exit with driving around in them. I'm like jeeze. I wish we had these eight wheels. They can squat down. They get lower the tire pressure. He's great and their armored. Because we're driving around in humvees between a humvee and a bradley we had nothing but every other european country did I want to. This is complex. So we're we're gonna come back. I'll talk a little bit more about rumsfeld. And insurgency how how does a naval aide a naval aviator donald rumsfeld fighting certain. Sit back in the second. It's the dart's league replace. Brian sits here on july twenty twenty one and independence day eve. Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app was me saying that wasn't prince. Kfi am six forty. is the dark jeans replaced. Brian suits in here till eleven. And we have a very very special targeted independence day. Were hollick forever number three. I'll take you outside will. We'll we'll walk the battlefield And to get to a musket range just to break down for you. How intimate most of the warfare and they were revolutionary war. what's you can watch the patriot. That's a fine fine film But the the notion of americans with rifles behind trees. That's that's a myth. Most americans just like the british had a very very nasty musket which required a very very close rain. So we'll get to Meanwhile Iraq didn't require muskets In when i'm talking about the legacy of donald rumsfeld. I can't really separate how he affected A year and a half of my life because donald rumsfeld. I think it brilliant man genius man. He was a naval. Aviator and i don't know if you ever walked a mile in his life He's not the secretary of defense that i would want for counterinsurgency and he found himself deep in the middle of to counter insurgencies One in afghanistan which i took this day think should have been a punitive mission limited four month mission with rangers special forces delta marine recon May maybe some Regular marine battalions. But it should have been made really clearly the taliban back off. We're gonna kill all your little al qaeda buddies and then if you're nice will leave okay there. There's that we didn't do that. Bush didn't listen to me. Cheney did listen me in iraq the supposition was while if we overthrow saddam who wouldn't love us. I mean after all we occupy germany and japan. And i i knew this in two thousand three before ever set foot in iraq as an infantry officer was that the big difference was that the germans were under absolutely no impression that it was world war one. They knew they lost. That was the mistake that the world war two generation did not wanna make because the germans didn't know they loss in world war one. They thought they'd been betrayed. By the ju banks and the communist judges and all that So for world war two there was absolutely there. Had to be no doubt. Churchill knew this roosevelt knew this. Stalin knew everybody knew the germans had to know they were defeated and and they did and they weren't allowed to have an army for ten years. Meanwhile in japan two atomic bombs Plus the emperor Being told by macarthur to renounce his deity Made the japanese people cease resistance. So they they absolutely understood. They were defeated. We didn't have that iraq in iraq. We have these neo cons like paul wolfowitz and frankly chaney and and don rumsfeld who had this idea that will who wouldn't want us to overthrow saddam hussein but what i knew on the ground for your and a half was at because i learned in at the university of bosnia for a year dealing with serbs who who didn't agree with nato being the peacekeepers and we're actually occupiers I understood the importance of the people not feeling like they were being unjustly occupied by occupied. The roman legion. And that they're the the galilea nhs or something. The iraqi people needed to understand that we win. They lose and that was that part of the problem was that rumsfeld would not send enough guys and a not sending of guys. It forced me into a position where i had to do things that frankly if i said them on. The air would be admitting to war crimes k. And in and saying that i'm not admitting to war crimes. I'm just saying if. I told you some of the things i had to do. Because it was me. An eleven guys in an area the size of the san fernando valley surrounded by two thousand two hundred thousand people half of which usa certainly iraqi army I had to draw on my lessons in bosnia. It make an absolutely sure that the people was dealing with new. That lieutenant suits wasn't to be asked with If there were fifteen circling overhead. I would fake talk into my radio. I couldn't communicate with them. I don't know who they were. But i would fake talk. I would step outside. Look up and talking to my radio. If they're helicopter flying over. I made it sound like they remind helicopters because i had and that pissed me off because i needed In in our Aor my battalions area of operation responsibility. i it was basically the size of La county from a zuza to granada hills to woodland hills. I'm gonna keep it simple to you before you the four. Oh five along the to ten to the what's it called to the ten along the foothill right and for that one hundred fifty guys but not all at once because like one platoon has to sleep at some point. The other platoon has to take care of their vehicles and the other platoon has to be out there so effectively. You have at the most fifty guys plus my eleven guys and and we. We had to punch way above our weight. And i tried not to think about it but i look back on that and yeah. I resent that. I resent that because of the things that made me had to do. Because i had a secretary defense who i respect but he was not a counterinsurgency secretary of defense and i was a lieutenant and i also had a cadre of colonels far above me who also didn't understand the conflict that they were at So it's it's a complex relationship. But i do more than the guy i salute the guy. He was a great american. Brilliant man. A naval aviator My personal thing is i think he was.

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Ep. 33 - Arte e Cultura como resistncia poltica

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Ep. 33 - Arte e Cultura como resistncia poltica

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Dreaming of a Sunny Sukkah

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Dreaming of a Sunny Sukkah

"Hello my dear friends this. Rabbi yatra will be coming to you from the torch center in houston texas. It is the mill of coat it is the intermediate day the hala moayed coats and we are recording. A special mid circus podcast. We don't usually do this. We don't usually record a new podcast on holum lloyd moei tova as which is actually say this is the intermediate days. We have two days at the beginning of the festival of festival. Dais like shabas equivalent yoma days and then we have five days in the middle. The hullah moyed. And then we have the end cap schmitz harris and torah yet to come. And we don't usually record. Podcasts mckerrow home from school. Traditionally like to go on trips ice dating going to the beach but i couldn't resist. I couldn't resist coming to the torch center smeeting over a year for quick many episode. I had some thoughts. I want to share with you and i actually do planning doing another partial podcast over the course of this whole hmo aid but i wanted to show idea what i said in my certa a couple of days ago on day. One of circus. So of course we are in houston texas and if you is known for one thing it is known for its heat and humidity and we were outside and the heat. Index was a hundred and three degrees fahrenheit and we were roasting. It was sweltering. it was scorching. It was blisteringly hot we were roasting in the sucker and we had a bunch of guests and i said to them for the meal started. I said it's really hot. But i'm gonna say to our torre i'm going to share with you an insight that's gonna change your perspective completely about the heat in the sucker when we're done. I promised the audience when we're done not only. Are you going to tolerate the heat. You're going to begin to love the and you're gonna beg to get even hotter and more blisteringly brutal. That is my pitch to you. And he'd say the audience was a bit dubious of my claims. But this is what i said to them. And you let me know if you find this to be convincing. If you find this to be persuasive if this will inspire you to wanna really hot sacre on sue coat to sit outside in the heat and to enjoy if you are persuaded send me an email. Rabbi be at jimmy dot com. Okay so what. I said to them. I quoted them an amazing teaching on the helmet. This is from the book of a votes zara on page to a going into to be going into three and two three. The beginning of the book of autism era of course the booker voters are deals primarily with the laws of idolatry of zara. But it starts off with a very interesting narrative. A futuristic narrative of what's going to be in the future time when the mighty is to begin to dispense reward for all those who obeyed his will of course today we don't get reward firm it's hosts we don't also get immediate punishment for our sins if we did get immediate reward pharmacist today that would corrupt the free will. If every time you're gonna missile right away. You found a bid satchel full of gold wall. Then everyone will do mitzvahs if right away when you get when you violated the will of god. You are smitten and struck by god a bolt of lightning hit. You will then that would tamper with the free will. And therefore we don't have reward in our current existence. it's delayed comes later. Wednesday come comes after we die and it also comes in a future time lee. It level in the future in the messianic era and in the post messianic era the world we call optima bah. Resurrection debt mason and that is the subject of this amazing narrative in time. And we've talked about this. Tom to the past for when i go through a little bit more intensely and rigorously today to see how beautiful it is to sit. In hot and sweltering sokaia. saddam begins then in the future. The almighty is going to hold a tourist role and he's going to make an announcement and he's gonna say. Whoever studied the torah whoever obeyed the torah whoever adhered to the torah come and get your just reward and when everyone sees the reward the reward the spiritual award destined for the righteous in this world in this future. World is so vast that the most minor tiny smidgen scintilla particle hint of that reward outweighs the combined pleasures of all of humanity of all of the world of all of world history. That's what we're told this this reward and it is going to be into dispense it and the entire world. All of humanity is an start salivating and craving this reward and they're can all show up to god. We're told them the talmud and say okay. I'm here i'm here. i'm ready. i'm ready for my reward. And the nation's on akam as a bid mishmash and they might organize them into nations and he is going to begin to inspect them to find out whether or not they are deserving of this reward and the first nation. that's going to enter. That's the romans. And the romans are going to be interrogated by god and god's going to say to them. Well what did you do. What are your accomplishments whereas your torah study. Your torah adherence your midst of adherents that would warrant got reward so said gone. Well you know we did a lot of teams. We established marketplaces. We built many bath houses. We amassed lots of money. Lots of silver and lots of gold and we did that for the sole purpose of facilitating that the jewish people tomorrow so even though we are seldom tara but we enabled the nation of easily tomorrow and therefore the nation of israel was only able to study because us and therefore we should get some of the reward because we helped facilitate that we helped enable that and my response such true. You are not telling the truth. You're lying because yes you did indeed establish marketplaces and bath houses and amass lots of gold and silver. But you didn't do it for the sake of israel even for the sake of the jewish people tara. You did it for selfish reasons. You went into a bath house because you want the bath houses to become to enjoy him to luxury it yourself. And you built marketplace's you did that. Because he wanted to have places houses of ill repute and the money and the goal. Well that's my. Any hill quotes the verse in scripture. Leon kass valeo has avenue mushroom silver and the gold is all gods and therefore romans. I'm sorry your argument does not qualify. Now the first interesting takeaway of this talmud is that the romans are responding to god. Think whoever studied torah whoever engaged in torah whoever obeyed adhere the mitzvahs come here ward and the romans are coming insane you know. We didn't actually studied torah but we enabled the jewish people to study torah and therefore we should get reward. And i says no no. That's not a good argument. Not because the argument itself is not valid. But only because the reason why you did your bath houses marketplaces and money amassing. That wasn't to enable people to study torah. but what would be if in the reality. The bath houses the money. The marketplaces was there to facilitate the tower of the jewish people. Indeed the argument on its own is valid. Had the purpose of all the efforts of the romans been to enable digital tara they would have been worthy recipients of the reward. It's only because that the true reason the true purpose was for selfish reasons for selfish motivations. And that's why the argument is not valid stimulus the first mason takeaway. The tomlin tells us here that whoever enables and facilitates and paves the way for the jewish people to study torah. even if they're someone like the romans they're not jewish themselves and that would be an argument that they can use to justify to claim eternal spiritual reward in the time in the situation under the circumstances that futuristic time when the almighty is dispensing the amazing reward natch to calm the persians and they make a very similar case. They say well. We built bridges and we did wars and we did Conquest and that was all for the second jewish people and again there my response to them yourself and therefore you have no claim to the reward that is destined for the righteous that is destined for the jewish people who obeyed the torah. Who started the torah. Who engaged in the tora. Who did you might as well who were faithful representatives of the mighty in this world and again the same principle is true have. Persians built their bridges and embarked on their wars and engaged in their conquests for the sake of torah for the jewish people. Have they done that. In order to facilitate tower that would have guaranteed them a portion of that reward. Olma in that future time anthem continues. It's very very beautiful piece. They said well. You offer us the torah. And i said well i did actually. It is the famous midriffs. That the money i offer the torch every other nation before he he gave it to people and they all wanted to inspect it. What's inside of it. We spoke about this in a podcast. Some time back. They all wanted to evaluate the merits of the torah before they accepted and the jewish people said We will do and we will listen. They accepted it sight unseen without knowing what was in it. They accepted it because they trusted god. The nation's had the opportunity. They were granted the opportunity to accept the torah and they rejected. It says well what about the no loss. No high loss the seven. Oh hi laws. that are. Universal were accepted by all of humanity has comet while those you didn't keep either so basically you have no claim to this reward owner of the land because you didn't facilitate the jewish people terra. You didn't even keep the seven. Oh seven universal laws that you did it sapped but had you facilitated the jewish people studying and had you indeed faithfully observed these seven no laws you would have merited a ticket to oliva. You've merited a ticket to the afterlife. To the eternal abode of pleasure. I always say to gentiles. Who reach out there. Listen to podcasts very often. They drop adherence to a different religion. They did some investigation and now they come to the truth and they know the towers true and there is almost immediate response have to convert i hath become jewish. The truth is look at his talmud helmets along these lines. You don't need to be jewish to be good person. You don't to be jewish to be valued and appreciated and loved by god if you are a righteous gentile and we have here in the book of page three. It says explicitly a righteous gentile who does faithfully adhere to the seven. No hide laws. Does merit alibaba does merit eternal reward. But the part of this talmud that is relevant to us on this festival coat happens after the entire back and forth the nation's say to god in one final desperately you know what we didn't tell the nation of israel We didn't even adhere to the seven basic principles accepted by all but give us another chance. Give us another chance. Give tower a new now that we've finally seen what is in store for those who would hear the torah. Give us a second chance. Give us a second opportunity to do the tura and to earn its reward. What agreed. I will give you a chance to do our to do them at sauce and to get the reward that you so desperately covet. Am i say not make it really easy for you. I'm not going to mandate that. You observe all of torah. I'm going to give you one easy. It's an easy missile. It's an expensive mitzvah. I want you to sit in a circle. Ghosts in a sucker goalmaker sokaia sitting on the sucker and you will get the reward when the nation's heard this. This is too good to be true. All i need to do to earn that. Incredible reward is to sit in a circle. That's hit no circumcision. No requirement to eat mites or filling or to recite the shaimaa or to have a zuza on your doorpost or tower every day. One easy minutes inexpensive mitzvah just the sokaia. That's all you want deal in. Every gentile were told every dollar every roman every persian every member of humanity amongst the gentiles is going to run onto the roof. Make a mad dash for home depot assemble et cetera and sit down in the sucker in the hopes based upon. The money's promise that this is a second chance given to every gentile who missed on the first chance to earn eternal reward. Here's a second chance here is a makeup date. Here's a rain check. Here's another chance to earn that. Incredible reward on their roof. And then the almighty throws a curve ball the almighty unsheathes the and makes it so sunny and sweltering and scorching and blisteringly hot and all the people sitting in the circa begin to roast and sweat and it's uncomfortable and it's painful and they're in the circle and they're like i. I'm so hot so miserable and the all going to get out of the we're told in the talmud and then we so mad and so full of anger the not only are they going to leave the sokaia when they leave. They're going to kick the soccer in disgust and they might say to them to see if you one chance one minutes and you lost it. A thomas concludes even though the laws of suka maintain that if it's very uncomfortable suck of rain of the sokaia or even if it's very very honda suck you are not required to remain there. You may leave and go to your air conditioned home but nevertheless when julius the sokaia you're sad i had it up to two mitzvah and now because of the weather because of the conditions i missed the opportunity and hear this story this episode. These people are gonna leave. They're gonna kick it and that's why they are going to miss. This opportunity. vasa concludes this incredible narrative on the talmud beginning onto a in the book of what is our and ending on three b. at the top it finishes this narrative. I wanna kind of examined this story. Of course whenever we get to such a pt in the talmud we have to realize that this is an epic teaching the helmet and therefore the deeper means are often going to be masked and covered and we have to work really hard to try to understand what is the actual message of the talmud. But one for sure is that the mighty is not toying with these people with the nation's this is not a joke. God is not teasing them. Indeed he made a promise gonna give you a second chance. I'm going to give you an opportunity to acquire all about the reward of the afterlife with sitting in the sucker and indeed had they fulfilled this mitzvah it would have resulted in them. Receiving ulm above receiving the eternal reward of the afterlife. First question wait a minute. How does that work. How can you accomplish the work of a lifetime by doing one man. Slow we have. How many mrs do we affluent Thirteen and the truth is even the some thirty missiles that we have their categories of mitzvahs and there are millions of mitzvahs. If you were to kind of separate out every deed that is kind of under the rubric of a mitzvah. There's millions ns. Jews were obligated in all of them. We don't have coupons to get off the hook. Expect a lot of us in here along these gentiles. And they're really desperate to get the reward and they didn't facilitate our tower studying observance. They didn't even keep their own seven mitzvahs and now the money says you know what i'll make it easy one easy mental something. We're expensive you know you wanna buy. Mott's really expensive nearby. Leuven s rogue also apropos for our festival that we're in the middle of right now. It's very expensive. I bought a set of leuven stroke. It was one hundred twenty dollars for essentially a glorified lemon and a stock in some branches. An either by several of them for my boys as well. It's an expensive nitsa. What does it take to send us. A have to have four was beaten willing to have four walls. Three two and a half is enough. It doesn't even matter what the walls are made out of and then on top. You take some leftover branch whatever. It's easy simple cheap. And with this one it's song they could get to where we have to spend a lifetime of missiles trying to get. They fulfilled is one easy and cheap inexpensive and get omaha. That's question one question number. Two the comet says again at the ahmadi gives them a second chance and he goes easy on him and he's not gonna tease them and not gonna make it difficult for them. For what does he do. He makes it so hot and so unpleasant to sit in the sucker teasing them. He's deliberately making it so hot. Why would they want to do that. Make a nice and pleasant. Give a nice cool autumn breeze. Let them enjoy sitting on the sucker. Let them earned the afterlife. What is happening in this. Talmud sounes suggests an approach. The midst of sokaia is a very unusual mitzvah. The gona vilna famously said that there are only two mitzvahs that encompass us completely that we'd yet completely immersed and subsumed in when you do mezza it's almost like external to you and even if you eat the mozza if you're doing you're consuming at but it's not something that you're in your swallowed up in your subsumed in your immersed in their only do mitzvahs were told that you got completely enveloped in and that is the midst of being in the land of israel of inhabiting and settling land of israel and the sokaia you walk into the soka. You're completely enveloped enclosed encompassed. Subsumed inside the mitzvah. Finish thing observation about this general. But what's the lesson. Maybe we can suggest for us to become worthy of vulnerable to become worthy of the afterlife. We have to develop ourselves into someone who is meritorious to live and flourish in the afterlife and explained to us that there are sitter thirteen mitzvahs because there are such hundred thirteen parts of our body we each have two hundred forty eight limbs three hundred and sixty-five sin us and to forty eight plus three sixty five equals six thirteen because there is one mitzvah corresponding to every part of our body and the inside here. Is that with each mitzvah that we do. And we perfect we earn that corresponding body part for them and if a person has also thirty mitzvahs. You've completely assembled a version of yourself like spiritual avatar of yourself as worthy vulnerable. And this means is that with each mitzvah. We are earning so to speak part of ourselves. That is going to be our identity who we are in the afterlife but we are doing it piecemeal one mitzvah at a time. The midst of sokaia is so special you walk into the second tirelessly phantom itself for your arm your vitam or your left arm or your right ear or your left ear where you're right leg or your left leg or your spleen or your chin. Every single part of you is inside the setup all six hundred thirteen parts of you partake in the smithsonian and therefore the something about this midst of all that is encompassing of the entirety of a person's identity and with one mitzvah you to a certain extent can earn the entirety of your being eternal life and death life. in fact there's the prayer that we say. On the second day of sue quote. We are warned not to make light of the midst of succha not to devalue or denigrate it or fail to perceive how amazing it is because it is equal to the six hundred. Thirteen mitzvahs all put together. What a powerful idea. This one mitzvah. The easy inexpensive mitzvah is amidst of encompasses. All of us every part of us and therefore it elevates every part of us and in achieves the same so to speak result of doing every one of the thirty mitzvahs piecemeal. But here's the problem in order for this to work in order for one simple easy spend mitzvah to actually transform you and make you a citizen worthy of virtual world. There has to be sacrifice. There has to be a part of this mitzvah where it's difficult when you're doing it because that's what they might be once of you so they might have made it hot. Why did he make it hot. Because that is the precondition. It has to be unpleasant. In order for you to actualize the demise dealing you here to make up for neglecting all thirteen you gotta make it up with this one six thirteen part mitzvah but it has to be done with self sacrifice and for the only way that this could have accomplished. The goal is it was very very unpleasant. So the mighty in his benevolence and kindness to these people made it ro steamed sweltering brutally hot and had they remained there they would have earned eternity by documents for that encompasses all of their body and they would have merited a fast pass to the promise land. They would've earned a golden ticket to the abode of the terminal reward. Unfortunately they were up to the task or they will not be up to the task but the insight that i want to pull away from this final part of this comet is that we have the same opportunity us and you know what we're all amidst bag. We're not perfect. Maybe there's parts of this thirty missiles that were better at than other parts. We're not perfect. Mike smith's on every year to sit in the sucker on a makeup mitzvah that a second chance mitzvah once you failed every year. We have this opportunity. We completely and to the sokaia surrounded encompassed involoved entirely. Soco every part of us. And if we do this properly. Tommy here is explicit. If the gentiles the idolaters the rome is the persians. People didn't even keep the seven laws. Meaning they're actually idolaters that our faith if they were given an opportunity after they've blundered donald kinds of terrible themes if they were given to and that has the power to make a person worthy of the ball all the more so we have that same opportunity the mighty loves us and he's giving us a golden opportunity to earn our eternal world on the cheap. It's inexpensive and therefore we're sitting roasting hot. It's hot sweaty. It's uncomfortable wise the meal taking so long. I can't wait to go inside chain to make loathing all the sweaty clothing that i'm wearing and sits in front of the air conditioner and just swallow all that cold goodness but no suck is all about. It's hot if we think about what the allies infrastructure. He's giving us an easy opportunity to earn everything that we want in life to earn attornal reward of course to us. We don't have the benefit that they have. In this futuristic talmud casually visualized that reward but we trust almighty his it keep his word always has has never fooled us and therefore we are sitting in a second and it's uncomfortable it's sunny. It's hot. i remember when growing up in the northeast was always cold frosty and there was a certain kind of pleasant nostalgic feeling of like eating a hot bowl of soup in a crisp but frosty sokaia but in houston texas or florida or in mexico or the places where it's really really hot. Here's the lesson. We shouldn't only tolerate it. We should love it and wish. That was even hotter. That was the message that i shared with my audience on the first half soukous and what do you know woke up the second day of circus and it was a cool front was like sixty degrees with a crisp wind and i said i'm so sad. I'm so sad that it's so pleasant. Because i lost their paternity but then someone told me you know what they're happy so i guess if someone else's happy then i guess i should be happy as well but anytime you're in a on it's hot. It's uncomfortable or it's there's inclement weather if you're from a different part of the country of the globe. Remember this talmud. This is one of the only mitzvahs. They're completely encircled enveloped surrounded by immersed and subsumed in and therefore. This is something who's reprecussions consequences can change you entirely an even transform you from who's not worthy at all of alma abo- overnight in one fell swoop with one easy mid saw. You could change. All this is equal to all thirty missiles. It can accomplish objective of all the mitzvahs in might be unpleasant but you know what brain did on the more difficult. The better man. We all merits to tap into the power of the myth of the silica to be fully immersed and subsumed the succo and to earn the incredible reward. Money has in store for the righteous. Miami jesse's rabbi won't be at g. mail dot com.

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John & Ken Show Hour 3 (05/19)

John and Ken on Demand

28:45 min | 4 months ago

John & Ken Show Hour 3 (05/19)

"Reading through the entire venice beach article in the daily mail and the photos videos classic. But this is what they ended the la times ought to be doing instead. You got a tabloid at a london protocol the truth and doing the journalism and you have outside of channel. Eleven db channel. Four you've got very few media outlets in la doing the kind of job at the daily mail just did it's an astounding story. They don't go on to demonize the home as be demonized. This whole thing has to be demonized. Finding garcetti demonized they have to exercise out of polite society l. e. meal actually sent a couple of reporters to get their own firsthand. Look at venice. Beach will be talking about that later. Because bonehead bond and made an appearance on fox eleven couple of clips to play. And we're gonna play the intro to that interview last night. Which was phil shuman reporting from venice and talking to people both homeless people and other stakeholders about what's going on there and Yeah that story says the last time that they took Any kind of an inventory of the number of homeless in venice beach. It was years ago. It was already over a thousand people. Yeah two thousand nineteen. I think it was over a thousand people. It's the last time they did. The at twelve hundred they have listed and twenty. Fourteen is one hundred seventy five. This is all under garcetti and bonnet the that number that twelve hundred pre pandemic imagine what it is. Now you're pissed me off. I mentioned this the other day. I heard it again another news report on some wacky of venice homeless advocacy group that press conference at all. The reporters scurried over there to hear that what the venice advocates had to say because they were upset with one thing or another. It's like these. Are the people destroying our life with their advocacy. Why why did why did they get a new story. So things other side not another side about his angry residents in talk show host small to get the other side. Stop it. you're you're helping to ruin the community by publicizing. Their propaganda nonsense. They're wrong and they lie and they they're not worthy a news coverage alex stone. Abc news is coming on with a story of a school shooting. That could have been a lot worse in the state of idaho. It happened actually this month. And he's gonna talk about what action. A teacher took hater guys. Yeah this is a pretty incredible story and you may remember a couple of weeks ago. Rigby middle school. In rigby idaho near yellowstone sixth grade girl pulls out a handgun out of her backpack. She begins shooting. I inside the school that outside the school it was may sixth and we knew early on the victims were down. We were hearing reports. Students saying blood was everywhere. The kids were screaming. They were telling horrific stories one gunshot and then right after we heard another and we heard multiple kids screaming to students and the custodian were hit and pretty quickly. we learned. There was a hero teacher in this whole thing who jumped in and disarm the the little girl during the shooting. A teacher disarmed the student and detained her until law enforcement took her into custody. And students said yeah. We know that teacher. She's kind of a cowgirl and she's a tough one on campus and now we're hearing from that teacher. She sat down exclusively with. Abc and kristen. Nightingale is her name. She is an eighth grade math teacher. She says she was getting students. Ready for final exams when she heard the gunfire. I just told my students we are going to leave. We're going to run to the high school. You're going to run hard. You're not going to look back. And now is the time to get up and go and this is where her story gets incredible. She says she looked out of her classroom. And there was a little girl and she said well. This is the shooter. I looked at her. And i just quietly said are you the shooter. And she just watched me. And i just walked up to her and i put my hand over her hand and i just slowly pulled the gun out of her hand and she allowed me to. She didn't fight. She didn't give it to me but she didn't fight. And then after. I got the gun. I just pulled her into a hug because i thought this little girl has a mom somewhere. That doesn't realize she's having a breakdown and she's hurting people now. That hogwarts for two reasons Wanted to help out a little girl to comfort her. What was going on the to was to holder and tell police could get there and that's exactly what she says she could just really tell. She is very unhappy and i just kept hugging her and lennar trying to let her know that we're going to get through this together. And so i looked at her. And i just said he needs to put you in handcuffs and she didn't respond. She just let him and he was very gentle and very kind and he just went ahead and took her and put her in the police car and guy. She's saying that the one thing she wants now is that this is a girl sixth grade so eleven twelve years old. Prosecutors won't give any specific details on the alleged shooter but that she wants the community to forgive that that she says this girl needs to be able to have a life after what went on because she was clearly evident she's just barely starting in life and she just needs some help. Everybody makes mistakes. I think we need to make sure we get her help and get her back into where she loves herself. So that she can function in society. And you can hear the calmness jenner voice and that she says she went in and and she knew when she saw her she had jumping. All three of the victims are recovering. They won the custodian had a through and through in one side out the other. They got surgery. They're doing okay. The the girl we know she's been charged. She's in juvenile hall. They won't say much more than that and chris tonight and getting credited for saving a lot of lives. The girl was firing off shots and she went up there and bear hugged her. And got that gun and then held her two completely different thoughts on this. I mean it is wonderful. How it turned out but boy. That's pretty bold to to stand there and ask somebody are you the shooter. Yeah you could be shot right through the head into this forgiveness thing she has. She said the first time she looked out of the classroom. She saw the custodian. He hasn't been hit yet and she thought she was hearing popping noises and she went back into the classroom closed the door and then when she heard more than she said kids you gotta go run to the high school and she looked back out and that's when the girl was right there you know. There's going to be a lot of debate on on the forgiveness and she's saying well this girl clearly. This wasn't a planned attack. This wasn't cleveland harrison. At columbine. this was in vegas. This wasn't the aurora movie theater shooting that this girl was we don't know where she got handgun. Probably from home. Sounds like at home but that she was having a mental situation in that moment and was in a different state of mind and that she says look let get help. She wants to meet her at some point. She didn't know her. Two kids had been killed though. You know it. Luckily they weren't and in this case. You can say that. She's probably the reason why they weren't that. They were shot but they were relatively minor injuries for for being shot and in this case. She says hey. Let me sit down with her. I wanna forgive her that the school should that she can have a life that she's in the sixth grade eleven twelve years old. Don't let it define who she is. They're already trying to kill people when you're twelve. I don't know what you're tell you fix that yeah. I don't know what kind of help that. Well she police. We don't know anything about her. Still say that she was And again the prosecution. And the sheriff in jackson county idaho. They say because it's a juvenile. They're not they're totally clamping down and not giving anything other than she was in the sixth grade. They won't even say her exact age but students say that she had been bullied. Yeah kind of the traditional things are there other things going on as well but bullying was one issue. She had been dealing with and that she came that day Having whatever issue she was having but she was angry she wanted some kind of of revenge on the school and she started to get it until christianizing jumped in and took away that god and then bear hugged her right alex. Thank you very much for that report. You gotta alex stone. Abc news for kfi. We got more coming up. John and ken. Kfi what's i'm checking my bank. It's good okay promo no you never hear anything numbers outside the show you what i say so no. I'm just sitting here like a homeless guy talking to himself on the street. Not taking in any inputs that It's john and ken. Show john kobylt. Ken chiampou kfi am six. Forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app. Baking soda tip from the fork report. That's oh determine whether you're baking soda. Still good. I'm sorry i missed that i. It's it's big story in southern california particularly for anyone who uses that ninety one freeway are the shootings that have taken place. Fortunately they believe either bb or pellet gun that whoever or whoever's doing this it's very strange but we're talking now possibly upwards of fifty eight incidents just in the last few weeks fact what's going on some people this happen to who didn't reported earlier are now hearing the new stories. Go on oh crap that did happen to me. I had a crack in the window. But i thought it was. I don't know iraq but maybe you could do this all day argument very difficult to catch a guy who's firing off a bb gun. But i want to know. Is it car to car. Or is he pertz. Somewhere on the side of the freeway off off road off road or from an overpass. A couple of clues we get one of the drivers. This happened to eleven o'clock last night. He's on the ninety one. Freeway eastbound in corona michael hernandez said i saw flash and right after the flash. I heard the window crack. I figured someone is shooting from the other side the opposite end of the freeway because he says there was no one in front of him so this is a small clue there as to wear so. It's not a guy passing in a car taking a shot. No it would be easy to track somebody down if they're driving on the freeway. Yeah because people are gonna start noticing the call right. You can pick up a plate or any kind of clue that make of the car the model. If you're just hiding in the in the brush of the trees along the side of the freeway then yeah you know and you're doing it from across the free. Yeah exactly or if you're somehow driving in the other direction and you just put the bb gun at the window and fire anthony every now and then you might get a window. That's why he was gotten away with fifty eight times now in another bizarre nugget. And i'm seeing this for two consecutive days. Michael hernandez's driving white car. A lot of the people reported that this happened to them. We're driving white cars now. Is it because this is happening in the evening hours and early morning hours. It's easier for the shooter to see a white car. I don't know now. Here's a silver. Toyota was shot at and another story. But i saw the white car thing. A local trucking company says its drivers are now avoiding the ninety one freeway altogether. And i shouldn't say these are all happening on the ninety one freeway but that looks like it's the bulk of them. But it happened on a few other freeways that i saw him and it's a long stretch of the ninety one to it's not in one spot now just goes for miles even into the inland empire. There's a couple of a river side. I see on the map here. Corona there was some back near brea sereno. Spent a park there on the map here. And there's a couple of the four. Oh five as well not just the ninety-one but most of the dots on this map are people that were driving on the ninety one freeway and you wonder if this person or persons like i mentioned yesterday is kind of excited by the coverage gonna rising people. This is great. Yeah no it is fun. I mean he hasn't killed anybody so he probably thinks he's not really doing anything that bad you know. He's just a matter of time before a big disaster happens. You just scaring people in. It's it's a big game. He's outfox the cops. Got fifty eight people's cars he shot and they haven't been able to identify him so he's got a lotta power right now. Hp is looking into this and they're pleading for the public's help if you see anything unusual happening out there on the freeways just report it don't ignore it because it might be. It could be a key clue to catching this person or persons. I can't believe be more than one person. But this is a pretty busy person if it's one person unless there's copycat guys there's always going to be that well that's gonna make it difficult to then if there are because they one guy for more could be out there right. I hope it's not copycat guys. What's the matter with people's your father used to say we're we're stupid species we are. We are persuaded. The species sucks when we come back. We are going to give you an update that we can on the recall against la county da. George gascon. there's been one new development concerning another town in la county that's revolting against this man for his free all the prisoners and don't send anybody new to jail that's his policies and directives will update you coming up. John and ken show justice system. Works no twenty-first-century. The public outraged by this. We need to use science to address safety violent crime thing. Got it and thank completely flawed. Your data and your client is dangerous to the community of the county. We are very very concerned about israel. Cano public safety. I am absolutely outraged. That the zone feeling implementing laws of his own personal choice which we voted to. Just watch me work most physically and socially responsible that only be breaking the law but he is not doing what he is. The attorney and added protective victim. Believe that two years in the wrong often teach should've been a public defender. He voted in could be voted out historic low indications of the story tap bunch of baloney an update on the recall of la county district attorney. George gascon john and ken boy. You know it's just it's just outright lying noticed whether it's bond and guests gone it's lying and the damn news media doesn't call anybody on these lies we're not. We're not at record lows for crime here in la county. It's up two hundred percent. The shootings shootings house. He talking about is like incidents trend. He's talking about several years ago when they would come out and hold their press conferences about crime. Oh down now. that's been going up. A couple of years nelson silence and the politics before we empty out the jails and the prisons. That's why it was going down to a record low because we had record amount of people in prison their time when they started ten years ago with releasing prisoners early and putting them back in state prison they violate parole and and we saw the effects of prop forty seven and fifty seven. Now we have clowns like oh and also no bail. It's all coming together by putting too many dangerous people on the street. I don't get. I don't get why. Why all the people who wanted to get into journalism are now into propaganda. Why is that. Why so many people in the newspapers. Tv everything is woke propaganda. Why is that well. That would just report. What's actually happening. And when when some guy tells a bald face line public immediately say sir. That's wrong well. The update on the recall is this who are now being told that their target date is may twenty seven th to start collecting signatures. I don't know anything more than that. Recall george scone. Dot com is their website. I don't know what difficulties they've run into. What did she say the other day that there was a an error that was made by the well. What office does the registrar just right. Yeah daddy registrar to do. They made an error in the printing. The printing more in in the drawing up the document. It was a mistake there and it had to be corrected. It's gonna take days in this case a week. Heredity doesn't probably takes five minutes. But remember you know the bureaucracies there to protect public officials. It's not there to make it easier for us to get rid of a bad guy like esco difficult and make on purpose. Uno's complicating things a little bit the l. a. Daily news is reporting this afternoon that a recall movement has to wait until june. Six months after gas was sworn in. We thought it was ninety days which is why they started getting going in like march. So i don't understand it. That's the point here. But how how. I mean the law says one or the other it does. I know it should be very clear. Either says three months or six over. Well this is the county. Da th there's no argument should be in black and white sided. Recall somebody the day after especially this guy the first day with his directives that you the bit instant hawk. The update also is that we have ten cities in la county. That voted no confidence in gascon. While this is mostly symbolic it's also. I think unprecedented that county governments town governments in the county are saying this is bad for public safety. The two latest zuza and santa fe springs back-back sousa. It was monday night. Santa fe springs was well last night. What the value that is. It should make people aware in those towns that this is an issue because we're always dealing with ignorance and apathy. Those are the great dangers. That people simply don't know these new stories because they don't watch meaningful news right secondly they may hear the new story not understand understand its significance or not care and so when you have all these city governments saying we have no confidence in him. We want him out. Maybe that's gonna start seeping into people's brains that this is a real danger and this is this is affecting their day to day quality of life. So zoos in santa fe springs joins beverly hills covina. Lancaster cammarata pico rivera. Rosemead santa clarita and whittier. That's quite a diverse group cities and of course the iniates spokes hole for a gas cone. Said that this is a political ploy. Right write these off as right wing. Republican led cities. But that's apparently not the case pico. Rivera boy you wanna talk Right wing redneck said a pico rivera says pico. Rivera springs presently democrat. See that's the thing. Yes they are democrats Don't want their cops shot. Democrats don't want their daughters shot to stop it. This is not a democrat thing. A lot of all these issues quality of life issues are not democrat republican. This these are people who are undermining our civilization. They think america is legitimate and that america's governing system has to be dismantled. The capitalism has to be dismantled that we are not entitled to live in our suburban homes and enjoy anything and we heard the same from what says mark krikorian from the center from gration. Studies made the same point about an hour and a half ago. He said it's again from the crowd. That believes america's not a legitimate country s. Founding is all wrong. That's why we have open borders. Okay and this runs from open borders to gasco letting the prisoners out to baden letting twelve hundred lunatic drug addicts run the streets to mt up in portland to all the nonsense in seattle. There's a thread here. It's these district attorney's it's the city council's. It's the mayor's they all believe that. This entire civilization is illegitimate and has to be undone. And so nobody's going to get to enjoy anything until they destroy an equalize society and this is not crazy talk. This is what they say. This is what they do. Just look at what they do and again. Why is the news media printing anything that gascoyne spokesman says it's an absolute lie. Your they have a state where there's the fewest percentage of republican voters anywhere in the country and everyone from newsom to gascoyne is blaming all the objections i'd republicans that simply not mathematically possible by the way the council members in zoos in santa fe springs pointed out. These things. gascoyne is not prosecuting numerous misdemeanor cases. He's not seeking enhanced punishments including additional prison time for gang affiliation of weapons us and. He's not prosecuting. Minors as adults even for complex violent crimes. We mentioned the story yesterday of a man at age. Seventeen who killed two women burnt. Their bodies tried to cover up his crime. Gas cone wants to make him eligible for release at age. Twenty five and the irony of it is is. He's he's using this argument that it's unfairly targeting black and hispanic men all these laws. Black hispanic bans are. The men are the ones getting killed by the hundreds in los angeles by the thousands across the country. They're the victims so he doesn't care about black and hispanic people he doesn't they're the ones getting increasingly murdered. Because of his lax policies. We got more coming up. John and ken. Kfi john. Ken show john kobylt ken chiampou. Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app. It's time to check on stories concerning fat people. I i remember years ago. I used to call it. What a way to go. There's two hundred and twenty four pound russian woman who apparently could be in for severe punishment. She sat on her husband and strangled him to death with her massive buttocks. That's something you couldn't do no okay with however you wanna kill not to be that new. You're not gonna be able to sit on although you'd be the size of one of her forearms texture extra of her. She's a large woman. Oh -posedly healthy woman to i mean. She's tatiana lau lady that is a big lady and she. Apparently her she and her husband had been boozing it up as they sometimes do in russia and they got some kind of arguments so she pinned him face down on the bed. The daughter saw this ran to get help from neighbors. A female neighbor comes over decides ants just those to go at it again and left. Well he died a fix from the respiratory system. His face was wedged into the mattress as she sat on his neck. Oh no using her legs so he could not lift his head up to breathe. I'd it trying to figure this out sat on his neck and used her legs. So i guess he'd be. She braced her legs on his head. Either that or she just used her legs on his whole body so he couldn't lift up at all. Some sudan wrestling kind of thing. I mean cheese just fat and blobby and the poor daughter saw this. Yeah crazy drunk. Two hundred and twenty four pound mom. He's a big guy too from the picture. It looks heavy. yeah. I'm there one picture. He's holding a glass of booze. Yeah this is what they did. What else is there to do. The other stories comes from the faa. Although it's not expected that airlines are going to do this. The faa has given them permission in certain circumstances to way passengers at the gate. You see because apparently the they obviously have to know what they're dealing with in terms of the way to the plane so when they factor in the passenger wait they've been using a data that is supposedly at a date and they need better data to get the average weight of people of because he average weight is about twenty pounds more than it used to be. The old one is from two thousand and five. Yeah people are much heavier now. So what it does. They they might if they do this and not expected to because it's too bizarre but they would ask for. Volunteers agree to be way probably thinner. People that's right. you're not gonna get. Who would want even volunteer. I mean i'm thin. And i don't want anybody knowing my weight loss. Their business throwing off the balance of the plane. I know. but if they're asking it'd be done privately. You cannot be big scale. That's shown to okay good. The people would see you walking into the fat room. Well maybe there's an incentive they might give you a voucher because you don't want him to do it for a voucher. they want to charge more for fat people. That's that's what they want to do. Because the heavier the plane the less fuel mileage you get. It's why they charged so much money now for extra bags and a lot of airlines. I just saw this a flight a couple of weeks ago as your second bag checked hundred dollars on some airlines hundred dollars asked because of the weight costing a lot of extra jet fuel and so it so you know a guy. One hundred pounds overweight. Well that's another Another two pieces of luggage there. But how do you determine overweight. I mean five pounds with your pal with. I think if you're if you're the size of an extra luggage bike if you're extra weight because an extra luggage could be forty pounds. I think over forty pounds and then they charge you for an overweight luggage. I think the russian woman would qualify. Oh yeah she's she's about three bags overweight that to drag on the plane. Yeah plus they lop over into the seat to make them pay for two seats. They talked about charging fat. But i don't think they did. There's nothing worse than having a big fat guy. And his fat slopping over into your seat and usually there's an odor attached to it that is held to me on a plane. Oh god do. I cringe when i see Mister big boy coming. Oh jeez i got bored. Cover that don't clean themselves in the right places. You know that's true. I'm not saying anything about this. I mean you you. You'd get smothered. Well i am at risk jonah. Get debra mark has news. kfi am six forty.

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#1104 The Homeless Mitzvah

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

00:00 sec | 2 years ago

#1104 The Homeless Mitzvah

"Thanks for listening to the atom and Dr drew show on podcast, one well in this program, we take some politicians and hold their feet to the fire and they're both wearing nail polish. If you knew that phrase, I, I'll tell you about truecar oh, every car's got a story. How do you put a price on those stories while you couldn't in the past now? You can with truecar you find out what your car's worth when it's time to sell it or it's time to trade it in your gonna need to know the value of your car. So you just go to truecar enter your plate number. The cars details pop up answers, some very easy questions and you bring it in. They'll walk around ill look at the car, the la- valuate, the car, then they'll arrive at a number. And once you're finished you get your true cash offer, and you can go in and walk it around or. 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I think what drives you and I- crazy is hubris and lack of contrition or something. I know it's, it's refusal to deal with reality reality terms like knowledge. What's there? It's very frustrating. When you go. Hey, did you see that blue sky? No, it's grain. No, it's, it's blue. Let's move on. No. It's great. Yeah. Very frustrating. It is frustrating. It's also it's frustrating realize county adults engage in that in that behaviour. And when we're talking about. Got to Los Angeles mayors homepage. And there's like the heading of how did we get here? How did this how did this problem happen? And number one as we discussed was stagnant wages. Oh my God. But here's what I love about it says one in five residents lives in poverty. Okay. That's why mayor Garcetti led the successful effort to raise LA's minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour, which is lifting incomes for more than five hundred thousand workers. Okay. So is this the number one problem that we have that's created homelessness or grow? Right. Rected. Well, our hero, mayor corrected it by led the successful effort to raise LA's minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour, which is lifting incomes for more than five hundred thousand workers. So I'm confused. You're giving us a list. Of how we got to the homeless problem. Number one is stagnant wages. But the second thing out of your mouth is our genius. Mayor fix that except for we have more homeless. So how, how could it be more if he's corrected for five hundred? What I'm saying is are, are you back to the racial adding to? But are you patting yourself on the back all simultaneously addressing a problem that's out of control in your town? At the same time, indicting yourself. Well, what I'm saying is re just read that sentence, and tell me what it means. It's, it's sent that the thing is how did we get to this crisis of homeless? How did we get here, number one, stagnant wages? Okay. So wages are too low. That's why there's so many homeless. That's why the homeless are increasing in number one in five residents lives in poverty. Okay. That's why mayor Garcetti led the underlined in blue led the successful effort to raise LA's minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour, which is lifting incomes for more than five hundred thousand workers. Okay. So not stagnant wages, just to be clear, the underlining blue, that's a hyperlink reading printed off is e story. Okay. So then we do have homelessness, but because of Garcetti's bold and courageous move to tell businesses to pay people more than. Then the problem is now were reversing the course of this mighty river, or these are five hundred thousand of would have been on the streets. Don't know. It doesn't seem like whatever you've done to correct. It doesn't seem like you've corrected it since we continue to doing it. Maybe he saying, imagine if it remained at twelve seventy five an hour, how many more how many more home, how okay? So because most of those are people that for that fifteen dollar an hour job, it's, it's a kind of a it's an argument. I first off. I don't know what kind of argument you're making and also do people like proofread this shit and go. I don't know what this means. It's like I told you when I talked to the mayor of Calabasas, and he was explaining to me that kids had. More instances of say bronchitis asthma Asmus gone up and kids, but smoking has gone down. What's, what's his argument so weird argument to make? But I'm also curious drew. I feel like this is a two way street. Oh my God. If you were making a nonsensical argument, I would tap, you on the shoulder and go, I don't it seems like you're arguing against yourself here. I don't know what you're what are you saying? Are you saying, here's the reason we have more homelessness? It is stagnant wages. Here's what I've done to fix stagnant wages. I agree. He does the same thing in the criminal Justice reform category to see this. Now. Let's hear this even more problematic. California voted sweeping criminal Justice reforms. The hopes the promise that people being released from cars ration-, we met on the outside with services and opportunities funded by the savings that she by reducing the prison population that promise not yet been fulfilled. At a time when up to fifty percent of homeless Americans have a history of incarceration. So what they're saying is that the criminal Justice reform resulted in a fifty percent increase in homelessness. I don't I don't I don't really know what he's saying. I'm not sure he knows what he's saying. Mayor Garcetti responded by opening the first office of reentry since Tom Bradley was mayor and all ready connected hundreds of, formerly incarcerated people to job opportunities in the legal services and the mayor's new rose the second chances jobs program. So I are fifty percent of them on the street. Then he does the same with the veterans to which is like he saying, here's why we have this problem. But he's also saying, here's how I fix this problem. An eight hundred fifty veterans followed homelessness each month in Los Angeles since bear, Garcetti took office, more than eighty four hundred veterans have received housing and his ten thousand strong jobs program has connected, more than ten thousand veterans to full-time employment. Those are all non sequiturs those don't even connect. I don't think he counts on bright, people reading what he has to say because it's an they sing still make Senate. Yeah. They don't tell people what it is. It's here's what it is can I say this? It's sort of like Europe pitcher with a fifteen ERA like you, you give up fifteen runs a game. But you're spinning it like I get three outs for every one home run that I give up. And it's it's still a horrible, horrible statistic. It's horrible, why we're taking one yourself. While you're losing every game horrible. Why would you go that seems like such a maladaptive Roach because what you have to do? Here's what you have to do. If you're the mayor of Los Angeles, every single person who lives in your city is experiencing this homeless problem. Because if you own an automobile and a set of eyeballs, usurp him navigate the city and you drive pot past piles of humanity. Right through your the mayor, you must address this thing that is ubiquitous because everyone on the national news and it's a national story. Everyone's just talking about it every night. Okay, final finally, okay. She must address it now we got a problem. We got a huge homeless problem. Call the homeless problem that homeless mitzvah. There's a huge homeless problem when, when would we, what would homeless bid? So looks like when can we, we look forward to the homeless mitzvah? Maybe that's when they start living on the roof. The side mitzvah. So you have a homeless problem and you're in charge of the city with the problem, the homeless, Zuza, so people are going to want to know what caused the problem and you can't say my incompetence you have to say, here's what caused the problem. I'll list six things I won't include drug addiction. Right. Can't do that, because that would be too close to reality and since that's ninety percent of the problem. It doesn't crack your top ten but fine, I will then address this. And then as I dress, it, I will then write a little addendum of what I've done to fix it. Even though you're spitting in the wind because you're addressing a problem, you're basically saying. I've knocked up a whole lot of teenage girls. I however spearheaded the condom the free condoms for students ham, pain politician on the tip of the spear of the condom, and I believe that condoms are a successful way to void teen pregnancy, does remind me how politicians operate, so often, which is don't, don't do what I I'm telling you what to do. Here's what you do. It's not what he's not saying, I'm telling you what to do he saying, here's, there's a ton of teen pregnancy. But here's what I did for condoms. Right. And you're like well, maybe did do that condoms. Maybe didn't do that for cons, but you're saying it's not affected because you're saying, we have a problem at the top with teen pregnancy. So whatever you say below it may have been valiant effort that didn't have much effect. I don't know. We have a problem with teen pregnancy. You dress. The problem and then you talk about what you've done. We have thousands of veterans out on the street. I enacted a program where we take care veterans on the street. Go. It's. It's an unwinnable artists Betty didn't say anything about on the street. You said he got veterans jobs. We don't know if those are people on the street or not I'm just saying. How can you win an argument, where all anyone has to do is walk out of their house, and walk down the street and trip over pile of homeless people and you're going to try to explain it away? You know what I mean? Oh, by the way, listen, he's, he's building a case cuts to battle healthcare in nineteen Eighty-one. The federal government ended its role in providing services to the mentally ill. Okay. Well, in nineteen eighty one I was sitting in raise mom's apartment watching a video about an F eighteen touching. The face of God. It's been a while. It's been a while. Not only that what he doesn't tell you. That was the community mental health centers. They were not state hospitals. I, I know everything is under Reagan's. What it wasn't. I know I know it's not. But I know that's the argument fine. We had in Tonio RIA retarded in here for what felt like thirty years perhaps, he could have made a move or two. What I mean I get it. What year was the Korean war? I get it things happened at a time that, that was not now. And I would say, you know, if your argument is under the show and so administration, the economy is failed and in the four months since I've taken over, we've had not had sufficient time to correct these problems. That's an argument once forty years goes by. It's not really. I don't know how long you can count on that argument. You know what I mean? It's been forty years. Okay. Let's just say it's all Reagan's fault and all the Reagan administration. Let's say out grant you that now it's been forty years. What's, what's that? What are you doing? What, what, what are we going to do? We've had violin presidents in plenty of mayors. Plenty of governor since then and many have been democratic. What's up constitution does not give. Authority to the federal government to deal with mental illness. It's specifically is not in the constitution, which is why was always at the level of state and local government. All right. Let me hit blind. Galore fourth of July sales starts this week. Everything fifty percent off. It's the best time to buy custom blinds and shades, but hurry, because a sale ends on Monday, July eight, so let's get crack lack. I have so much blinds. Galore, and my house and my office in my workplace. It doesn't and it's all the best. Drew hasn't nece pool house. They've covered over two million windows. All hand built from scratch delivered right to your door for measuring to picking out the perfect window coverings, and installing it they're experts or there to guide you through every step of the way online, or over the phone, new Bill, the blind tool lets you create a customized window treatments and let you do it online. Exactly how you want an order, your, fifteen free samples and get started today. Right, man. That's right. A blinds, glor- dot com. You can get the custom blinds and shades. You've always wanted to your home. Don't forget to check them out during their huge fourth of July sale. When everything is fifty percent off. That's their biggest sale ever checkout. Blinds dot com, let them know Adamson yet. Right. See, when it go to Huntington beach, Chad, Chad. At of going on coral. About much fan fan of both you guys longtime. Thanks. Yeah. Basically I I've been with my girlfriend's for post with that game. We have a kid together. And still not married and be honest with you, I've, I've never been married. I've been in a lot of relationships, but never even considered it always very opposed to the entire concept of marriage and white person. This, especially living in California, would just all be the, the regulation laws of kinda geared toward, you know, the no falls, no fault divorce. They mail that. But it's, it's I get that. But it's designed to create a safe environment for your child and to give tax protects your child and various protections. Contract with a contract to help build a family. All right. So why, why does the government have to get to contract to contract? I don't look like. Chad. Yeah. Here's the thing about marriage. And here's the thing about polygamy and here's the thing about swinging. And here's the thing about tattoos just talk about it. And I don't know. And I'm just expressing my shelf. There's no harm in whatever. There's just certain things at work and certain things that don't work, which doesn't mean they always work are always don't work, but find large typically people that are married. Have better, happier more fulfilled live, healthier longer. And that's the tick, I don't know, the story about why do I need a piece of paper that says, if you wanna break everything down to that you can. But that's crazy. Because everything in life is pieces of contracts that are pieces of payment. I need a piece of paper. It says I owned this land, right? Exactly. I don't know everything on pieces of paper, that say, oh, the fucking land. I don't need a piece of paper me. No, I can drive a car. I, I wrote a motorcycle and I didn't have a piece of paper and then I got pulled over right? I got my motorcycle towed. So I mean, I remember like a little Doug Stanhope is where he was against marriage is basically equated it to, you know. Staying that. You bet the rest of your life, that you're gonna be lucky or just it's sign don't get married, then chats. Not clear thinker, but it's it's about the children. I not Doug care shat. I don't have a child. I don't walk. Probably shouldn't go off of comedic. Bits terms of. Conduct your life does Doug Stanhope, half one about not wearing a seat belt or riding motorcycle with no helmet. Let's hope not 'cause Chad takes all his cues from Doug stand up bits. Jesus christ. This why used to always refuse to do anything, but completely authentic stories in your comedy because you knew people going to conduct their life based on what you were saying, better be accurate. But I don't know what Chad. Don't ask us things that you don't want to hear the answer. Still just go. Do what you want. I don't care. But I'm telling you statistically people get married are, are healthier, but it doesn't mean it's going to work for you and protection. It's way to increase the probability, what you wanted to focus on education and family. This is a way to improve families, you commit to staying together, and you commit on behalf of the children, great protections for the children, and guess what? That's better. Yeah. But also, when you start going like I don't need the government to tell the government tells you everything as is the government is involved in every facet of your life, completely this notion of, like I don't need the government involved with. With the government's involved with everything all the time, you might as well, if you can have co-pathetic relationship with the government, the government isn't exactly creating the marriage, it's giving you the protections of the marriage, everybody, everybody who does the I don't need, so and so telling me what to do, always a fucking idiot. The women who go like, I don't need a man telling me what I can do with my by. They're always fucking nutty cuts and the guys who go, like I don't need the government telling me, they're always fucking idiots. These are week. These are people who have weak minds. They don't think clearly when they do the I don't need a telling me what to do. They're always have kind of defiance disorder mix with a sort of feeble mind. You know what I'm saying different than we prefer the government not to be involved with fill in the blank piece of my life. That's different than the government telling me. I would like to build on my land and not have the government. Tell me what I can and can't do with my trees that are on my land. That's a little bit different than than this. This is I find it to be a feeble, mindedness. You know what I'm talking about where they just trot, these things out because they're not real argument. They're just sort of feeling that there's kind of defiant, and they're just stating their defiance. Right. And it also argument feels like something they repeat all the time. And also, it's good for other dumb people around you because they not. Yeah. You don't wanna man telling you what you can do with your. It's not a man telling you what you can do with your body, snow Shen, or the government's going to I'm tired of all these big sweeping generalizations. We take these kids. We rip out of their mom's arms throw him in a cage today, or earlier in the week, Okaz Cortez says their concentration camps along. Yes, please. And by the way, just because you're dumb, and you repeat I now know by the way, when people are dumb, and, or lying and or not telling the truth, they stop. And they go like she goes, these are concentration camps on the board. And she like pauses and she goes. Believe me, just because you said a stupid thing twice in a row. Also. When you sort of are focused on the truth, and you're focused on. Things that are based on rally you tend not to stop until people to listen to you again. Like if you say to me. Your portion nine thirty five. I'd go that car one Daytona outright, nineteen Eighty-one, Bobby Ray hall driving. I don't then stop and go. I am telling the truth. Hey one Daytona. I don't do that. If I said it happened, you can look it up done, if you came upon ostrich you would go. I came upon these gates. They were holding people in a concentration camp, right? They were starving you'd go onto score and stopping you know it's a concentration camp. You know why? Because if everything out of your mouth, if our I if our I take is this bitch is nuts, then, of course you have to repeat yourself. People are telling the truth don't have to stop and say, three times, you do your piece mind her. Yes. Hurt thing wasn't suggesting concentrates, hurt thing was like. To stop and say, to leading free television service, streaming one hundred plus television channels thousand movies on demand, completely free. Pluto. Never ask for credit card. You don't even sign up. You just download the app and click and boom, a menu comes up, just like used to sing on your cable, or under satellite feet, and that cable has hundreds of television. Well, plus over hundred seven thousand movies, network television. All they're just crystal clear on your phone, or any device could be on your Roku. Amazon fire, TV apple TV, smart TV, PlayStation, essentially anywhere. 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That's her whole thing, right, though, is rhetoric and stirring things up, and I guarantee extreme rhetoric just because you say you're serious, or it's true or you repeat. It makes me think it's less likely. I don't know. We'll hear it. Here you go. Gary. States is running concentration camps on our southern border. Gun. Sorry. Sorry. This is CNN video. I didn't watch far enough into give me a moment. We just opened them raising the concentration camps. Who's this which is their Colonel klink down their running them would. What these why don't we speak to the people that are running the concentration camp? Well to be fair Colonel klink ran a POW camp threat, but it was a work camp, wasn't it? Yeah. But we weren't concentration camp. I just weren't putting prisoners to death. Otherwise LeBow would have went a long time ago. Yeah. No, he that was a prisoner of war camp. That was not. That is a luxury okay? Drew. You know, the difference between a federal prison Rikers island and club fed. Yes club. Fed is a prisoner of war camp were Hogan's heroes is concentration camp. God. That's rikers. Okay, good. I'm saying, okay, here it is. The United States is running concentration camps on our southern border and that is exactly what they are. They're concentration camps. All about. Are you? She looked up the definition. Definition cuts. Well, it's exactly what they are exactly to be fair. They're not as many Jews there. But. They're probably more Hispanic. But it's exactly what they are. Okay. Sorry. And if that doesn't bother you I think most people would be bothered if we're opening concentration camps when you drew a half Jew. A place where large numbers of people, especially political prisoners, or members of persecute minorities or deliberately imprisoned in relatively small area with inadequate facilities. That's a concentrate often forced labor forced to lay or to await Mathis acution keeps going, all right. Sorry, go ahead. I don't. I like we can have okay, whatever I'm gonna talk to the people that are concerned enough with humanity say that we should not that never again something she brought to the gonna be pissed. They don't care about the but they're gonna pissed when this with that cares about the juice that on my show. They're not they're not interested. The Jews are pretty spineless. Sadly, and the Jews are on her side of the aisle. That's the problem they fucking have to go along with it because that's how they think. That's how they vote. They fucked themselves chooser weird. They're weird people. And that's always said. As the great Dennis Prager would say, if they only preached what they practiced. Nobody's more focus on education. Nobody is more family oriented, nobody's more. Law-abiding no-one no-one would tolerate. No, Jew would tolerate their kid dropping out of school or being involved with gangs or violence or any anything would never tolerate a second of it. And then they vote for a OC. It's weird. It's a guilt thing choose. And also, choose wanna be light because they feel like they're constantly disliked, and they don't wanna. Want to raise their voice. Did use are the easiest population to pick on? They'll push back the least they have the least intersection alley. They have no street crab. There's no anything you cannot. You can do anything you want to do you cannot do it to a black man or Hispanic or lesbian. That's you, you, if you are politician, and you get into it with the blacks or the gays or whatever you're throwing a rock at a hornet's nest you do whatever you want. If you're female, and your Hispanic female, you can say whatever you want about us, there may be a little pushback from, you know, smoothly tack or something. But. Moving on. It's not the you will not you're not gonna get this not going to catch. You're not gonna catch the ire of CNN or MSNBC by you Hispanic woman, saying something that's wildly offensive to Jewish population. That's not gonna work. Now you wanna go another direction. You can go another direction, but it's not it's not gonna work. I think they get sanctimony about minorities in about concentrations of power that you. Yeah. Well, what I'm saying is, is, there's groups you have to worry about and groups you don't have to worry about, and thus when Bernie Sanders is giving us an example, about professional athletes, getting paid ten thousand times, more than schoolteachers. He thus picks out baseball as his sport because he doesn't want to go the NBA, because last check I saw the NBA finals. There were ten men on the court and nine and a half of them were black. So he's not going there. See what I'm saying? Bernie Sanders as a Jew is not going there, because he realizes there gets you into trouble big time and fast. You know what I mean? Laura Ingram told LeBron James to shut up and dribble, and that they're went her advertising just left. So you learn quick, don't go there. Choose was the last time someone did something that you. And it's like oh they're advertising on. They've been boycotted. Now, they're out of a whatever. Noticed. I when I'm right, drew stopped talking. I know but there is a microphone in front, happy to say I've leading the words fall spring up black people in jersey. Because truce Jew, and drew doesn't like talking about black people either. He scared he doesn't even know he's scared. He's condition. You've seen grew five bring up black people. Shuts up right why he has a radio show and he doesn't want to go all Laura Ingram on his ass. So he shuts up to you should think more James Ingram unless lauraingraham. Now, have you noticed it? Drew has a setting which is I shut up, when you mentioned, the black population, have you guys noticed that drew, certainly deliberate when topics like this come up? I think he takes time stops talking. Oh, you stop talking when I start talking about the black population start choosing. My been trained dro-. You've been trained because you live in a society that punishes you for this group, but it won't punish you for that group. So you can say what you'd like about white men, all you like or Jewish people or Asians, when you start getting into black community or gay community. You have to start choosing your words and you don't talk because you've been indoctrinated and you've been trained and you have a job and you'd like to keep it. So you must reflect and the reflecting part makes stifles. You. You can play a tape of drew, every if I ever bring up the black community he shuts up. That's reflective. That's pavlovian. You've been taught you've seen what's happened to the rest of your colleagues and you shut up, that's the way it works. You can say drew a coward more what it's more of a training half low vian. He doesn't even know it. Perhaps, I also don't want to hurt anybody or their feelings. Right. You don't have any rabble talking shit about SETI. He needs his feelings. But if he was black. You shut up. I don't think so. Interesting. It wouldn't be ad hominem. That's for sure. You would slow it down. You would slow your roll big time. Yes. Hospital possible. I don't know. I do know. Okay. No, 'cause I sit next you and you're trained to shut up. So that's how it works. So you're ju- you're mail. It's worked on you. That's what I'm saying. She said something that is wildly offensive to the Jewish community and there shall be no blowback because who's going to blow back. Lauraingraham. It's going to blow back. But that's not mainstream. Right. She's not going to have to worry about what she's gonna find on. Good morning, whatever. Tomorrow's gonna turn on the few and have everyone calling are what they should call. Call out on anything, right? She can do what you wants. Okay. No problem. That's why you pick that. You have to be a little weave, you're talking about slavery. You better be a little more careful with what you just throw out there. That's what I'm saying. Okay. All right. Well, we've learned something we've learned that I'm a hero genius Adam Corollas unprepared. That's my stand up show, and I'm coming to town near union, that is Portland helium comedy club, July nineteenth and twentieth. And you can go to AMC role dot com for all the live shows, you want you can go to chassis and see my stand up special there, and I and everywhere else. Drew dot com. Get dark this life all there. So till next time and parole for Dr grew and check out Steve Austin show, Steve, awesome show back better than ever on podcast. 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Ep. 75  Family & Legacy feat. Robby Dawkins

Kingdom Family Talks Podcast

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Ep. 75 Family & Legacy feat. Robby Dawkins

"Welcome. Talks the PODCAST Cutler. Hello everyone. This is Leith Hetland and welcome to kingdom family talks and I have this great honor today to sit down with my dear friend, robby Dawkins. And I know he's in. Dallas and we get to look at each other. You just get to heroes and I thought about. When was the first time you and I met? Do you remember that Bobby Leave was in. It was in Champaign Illinois. was the first time heard about you for years. And Her grandy Clark talk of say, so many wonderful things in many others also, but say I can't remember the exact date, but I I remember it was there I think it's about five years ago. I think one of the highlights was time we. Indus Women Pool and I got to hear some of your stories some of the journey the story behind the story and Chile, yes Sheila's China south. America I just. Yes, not a good memories from that trip. Fun. We were very grateful for that pool where. It. Was Helpful I'm heading there next week. So that's my explains or go back again is going to be hard I thought about because it's such an honor just for our kingdom family to to connect with you, and both the infancy of how to my life, and so many of us, and I thought about at least one story that my wife and I often talk about, and that is your your story about your grandpa about the orioles, just understanding some of the history that is behind you, and when you started to honor those roots at the way, it did something with us. Do you mind just sharing a little bit of a testimony? Little Bit of the background of your family? Sure Yeah. I'm fifth generation pastor, and that really comes from my mother's side. More than my father's side, everybody assumes it's from my Dad's side, but But it's from a mother's side and my grandfather my mother's father He was that side of his family By, my great-grandfather had become a seventh day adventist. And and so My grandfather was going to seventh day adventist Bible College that was in Nebraska and. They were living in Colorado. They were farmers in Colorado They were A. Scottish family who had migrated to the United States, and and as as he went the he had gone there with his roommates they had decided to fast and pray. And just to see God and it goes around the third or fourth day. If I remember correctly they were all I think four of them in the in his of particular dorm room that had been fasting praying together, and they had just visitation of the spirit baptized in the holy. Spirit began to speak in tongues. And it was just an incredible experience they didn't know. What it was, they had not. Bad not heard of Zuza at the time, which would have been just going for a few years when that had taken place and and. My grandfather you know immediately usurp before the fruit to that was he began to prophesy and. The next chapel service they had in their You know that they had had at the Bible College. He stood up in the service. And began to one of them UH spoken tongues. But he began to prophesy. wasn't just the interpretation of towns, but it was also going into. Prophetic Ministry. Basically there and begin to prophesy about. Things that we're going to be happening in the coming. I think with the Great Depression that was coming. At that time, World War One was at the beginnings of it. He prophesied about two images things he began to prophesied and one of the students that was in the group that was fasting and praying. Begin to write down the things that he said. And so after that experience of. You know the hope is that a great revival would break out in a place like that, but it was, it was actually the response was the exact opposite, an immense amount of persecution against he and the other students the faculty to student. Body began to treat them. Terribly End My grandfather would never talk about it because of the. Pain that he went through with it, but in that experience, he ended up having a nervous breakdown. so much so to wear that they had to bring. My my great aunt, his sister had to get on a train to retrieve him and bring him back to Colorado and and it. It just really just shut him down so much in his life is really tragic. But any said after that he said. He would never prophesy again. and and I experienced that that was true until Later in my ears, you know He. He said something to me. That was very prophetic. But but yeah, it was really it was very sad. Experience you know for for for him and for his family, but he came back and he did find. APOSTOL church to be a part of and you know where that he found family found a place of belonging and understanding. That was extremely helpful, and then you mom I mean because I remembered. Offering plates for your mom. Yes! Well, that's where he prophesied again. Ee. House fifteen years old and my grandfather always kept aside. He always kept aside the his chair. He added share that he always kept with him. that he always sat in any kept beside This little table amateur his Bible. And a black book and he always. Added within a matter of fact I have that that black book and that Bible in my office right now and. The and I I understood the Bible, but I was like what's The black book? And he said it was is ledger throughout the depression and it was his financial ledger. And he said he said this is a testimony that God is faithful to his word, and that he always keeps his word, and I said how so and he opened it up, and he started going through just showing me all of these things where in shrout the depression where they would tie. they would give in that. God was always an and that he would. He told me he said all the farms around us because they were part of the dust bowl here in the United States. How they crash, and in the midst of all that. His potatoes that he was harvesting were sometimes. The size of melons. On, they were so large in comparison to the others that couldn't produce potatoes any bigger than a quarter and and so he just was talking about how this is the testimony of the faithfulness God. And that guy keeps his word, and then one of the pages in the paper. He opened up and he showed me a page where it says missions to sense. And I looked at that, and he goes Robbie that you and immediately kind of like two cents it. What does that mean you know in? And he looked at meaning. You don't understand the story he said. when your mother was ten years old we were having a missions conference, and this was like in nineteen. Thirty eight or thirty, nine or something like that? He said we were having a missions conference and we. We were we had only gotten a third of the amount of money that we were trying to get in. And he said your mother was only ten years old, and she stepped to the front. She said Nancy. The offering basket, and the handed or they offered basket. and. She took the offering basket, and she held, and she said I'm just a poor pastor farmer's daughter. she said I have no money to give, and so she set the basket on the ground, and she stepped in to the basket, and she said I have no money to give so I. Give Me. She said I'll go to a nation that known wants to go to, and and I'll serve there as a missionary. She said I have no money to give so I. Give Myself. And They said after that they took up the offering, and they got in one and a half times more they'd only gotten a third before that, but then they got in one and a half times more, and and he looks at me and he goes you know your mother fulfilled her words she she went to Japan with your father. They became missionaries and he said, but it's important to realize when your mother stepped in the basket. She wasn't standing there alone. He said she was committing herself in every generation that would come out of her, and he said you were in the basket with her, and he said. Any goes, and you will fulfil that as well he goes. You'll go to the nation's and nations. The world that no one wants to go to, and you will equip them, and you will show them. How use the power and the things of God that God has shown? You to bring people to Christ. And he said he said Sobat night. He goes when I gave I gave my last two cents because that's a last money that I add. He said it's recorded in this book because I, Nan it just. Blew. My mom and I could feel the Holy Spirit come all over on, said it. It was so powerful. And I'm been watching you and including your son was just leading worship. Worship leaders during our kingdom family gathering this week and and watching your legs. See your son. And Your family and I've got the honor of meeting you wife and and primaries I think all of your your children in different settings and. The minimum all I haven't met them all. But just even to watch that taking place imagine now when I'm watching what God is doing in and through you, and then also watching your children and their legacy, and how just continue and I know it's the way that the father intended or things to be. How you see the connection of the the Godly legacy that you have the inheritance, and how you stood inheritance, but also how the USA father, that is the because so many people like us in ministry, and we know they're paying off the next generation. That's coming along that many of them have the scars, but somehow you've done it well by looking at the fruits of. So. What would you say? Some of the secrets being on the front row like you had been doing and at the same time to be able to raise children in love Jesus like you have your wife. What I mean I have to give a massive amount of credit that to my wife. Because, she's like an amazing mom and one of the things that we kind of early on in our marriage of you know having. Having grown up an in ministry home. My parents weren't fulltime ministry my entire life. Having seen all the things that we saw and I saw many of my friends who were were fellow You know, we say. PK, M., K. Pastors kids missionary kids. Walk away from the faith and it was hard. It was painful. The see like. I couldn't I never could understand. Many of them I kept up with, but when I would talk to them, it'd be like how could this happen? You know it. Never. It never clicked with me or understood with me and I never understood it, but I came to realization later that one of the things that I think was significant ones that my parents we followed with something my parents did, and they always involved us and a part of the ministry and it wasn't just. There were things that that you know we definitely that were non-negotiables You always went to church. You were never allowed to go to church. My Dad always had a rule. You stay in my house or live in my house. You go to church and that was never a decision that we can make contrary. He's like you don't have to go to church, but if you don't you don't live in my house and that's the way that it is you know and and he was. He held that line very strong, and he said this this he would tell us all the time. This may sound unloving to you, but this is actually the most loving thing I could ever do for you. And that was really true. I saw a lot of other ministry families where that they? They didn't have bat or that. There was a you know at saying well. We don't ever want to force our kids in anything and we weren't. We weren't forced to accept Christ. We weren't forced to be baptized in the Holy Spirit. We weren't forced. You know to choose ministry as a long term life call, but but we were definitely required to be in the House and the House of God and that was the same with my children. We always told them. This is the way that it is, and this is how and I think that was crucial. I think the other part of it is is staying normal. And this is where I think some of the challenge comes in is. We we just kept things normal. My wife is as the gift of that. Law She really has the. We're married to normal voting women. No, you're Jennifer is very much the same way. They know how to keep things normal. They all had to keep life normal and I. Think you know I, think we as as men of ministry. Are Are Smart enough to yield the vet and to know what we need. We need that in our lives, and that we need somebody that just kind of keeps our feet on the ground that keeps us and so. People can be all around me. You know I remember one of the one of the Times this is a story I love. Until was in a an event in England and there was eleven thousand. People in the Serena. and. You know it's one of those things where you're. The only speaker of the evening, and and a famous world bands worship, leading worship before I. Get stieg over stuff. And my wife turns and looks at me and she says you know there's got TV's there with eleven cameras. I mean it's a big event. And, my wife turns the looks at me and she goes, you know. I think our fourth son. We have six. She goes I think our fourth son is not brushing his teeth on this trip. You know and I think he's not an you need to speak to him because I've said something. Is still not brushing. His teeth I want you to talk to him about and this is like ten minutes before you get up to speak and as. Weird. Down that that is like a warm blanket for me. And keeps things normal, and that was always the case with us. Is that my wife Angie? Kept things normal and made sure at that of she made sure that there was a balance. She made sure that I was always at. You. Know there. There's a lot of school events you know as an itinerant minister. You know you miss a lot of things because you're gone. they schedule so many of these school things on the weekends when we're gone on the weekends. And, but she always built in there by there was something significant. To make sure that either on my calendar that was cleared or that I was flying out after that event or Even contacting you know. My Person. WHO's doing my scheduling to see if they could move? You know a one day for for me to be able to attend to play or to be able to attend a concert where they were seeing or something. And she would always make sure that the the kids felt. That that things were you know that they were important? And they were significant, and I think that that helped out immensely. And then to just the just always keeping in front of them the value. Of what it was to be a man and a woman of God, and and the value of that and the the significance of that in. In, the living it out whether we're in business whether we're in ministry whether we're. Just working at a job or whatever? You know that that was a life that was dedicated and given to guide no matter what our particular area field was in, and I think that was really really crucial. And we would ask our kids. What are your dreams? What are you wanting to do? What you? Hearing from them. you know starting off, you know I wanna be Superman, and then I wanna be a fireman, and then I want to be a policeman, and then I want to be a Rockstar. And allowing them to dream their dreams without trying to curb any of that, but always keeping at the heart of it. Well, that's great. You know one of the things. We WanNa do if we go down those lanes in our life that we always keep Christ I that we always keep that relationship with Jesus first and foremost in whatever we do. And and I think just keeping that as a as a steady communication you know, but but also living out they saw you know me especially share my faith on a regular basis. They show me. Any, you don't have to be this type of person I, mean I'm particularly this type of person both the Ministry and Natural Personality? But a always sharing and praying people giving words so stranger you know praying for people who are sick, and and then saying hey, come here you know of Caspian, my youngest son. Come here and put your hand right here and. Lay Hands on on on this person and repeat after me, you know how I got how I learn to train people to do healing, and to give words of knowledge was really by teaching my kids. And I began to realize the simplicity of what. My children is what many adults need. They need that type of simplicity in action to learn how to do things you know. That? Are just extremely practical and simplistic and so. It was also training my children also showing the an avenue of how to equip and train other people. Doing the same, and so it was all just it was all kind of working together, and I think that's that was significant for our family to see us. Be a family of ministry, and it's my parents did for me and what we do for them. Another thing! I was just thinking when you were sharing his. Because I was trying to see. How do you balance this thing why notting saying Alan, but when you went to Aurora Illinois? And I think that. Of course people know you also from from some of the films. Were you saw literally somebody transformation and a loved one thing that you said that I've actually adopted from use it in Pakistan around war. It's the vengeance of the law. The! Enemy, it takes one of awesome what we do there, so they can use a little bit of that journey. Because I thought that this I'm thinking about that as well as even Japan Toyotas tooth stories that came to my mind that one had to do with the store, would gang members of what actually took place, and to see to shift there, and then the other one I just thought about again was when you went to Japan after years, and you saw the fruit of. Ray Dependence and everything else, and that wept my wife, and I bought wept when out so that's two story I'm asking for sure when we were in Aurora Aurora was Aurora Illinois was one of the top ten most violent cities in the nation of there was there was. Blood running in the streets. Almost on a daily basis. It was very. It was very violent. had a bad reputation. A lot of people told us you know if you go and plant to church there, you know we're not going to be a part of it. They said we're we're with you. If if you as long as you don't plant in Aurora and we heard that so many times During the process of of going, you know, do we WANNA plant? Those churches is are. We knew we were GonNa stirs just with the exact location. And and. So when we ended up getting that Aurora was where was that? It was because the level of desperation was so high there. And I'd always had a theory that greater miracles happen where the level of desperation is higher, and so you know in. In Pakistan where people are more poor whether it's not as much healthcare things like that that raises the level of desperation, and so whenever there's a level of desperation. That's their people. You'll see more kingdom, activity and so. We we really move there. Believing that because of that level of desperation we would see more things happen and we did as a result of that. One of the things that had. Taken place so that know. The gangs were running the city, and and I was like Lord we need a strategy to see this change. What else do you know I? I was just like I I don't know how to see this change I don't know what to do. And the Lord began to speak to me about studying the tribe of Gad, and look at the sons of God of which God was the son of Israel and one of the twelve tribes, and so started steady, I started studying them and I started seeing interesting things of what they did, and and again I had this theo where that if if somebody came to To to come, an enemy came in to steal their things in the pillage. Them and you know in a raid them. Yet before he, they would leave their territory. They would they would capture enemy. They would take back their possessions, and they do this thing called extracting toll. And what they did is they would make the enemy pay for crossing their territory. They would not only take back their possessions, but then they would make them pay money, or in possessions a price for crossing their territory. and. Gad was one of the you know. The guides were some fierce men of David where that he said that out of all the other tribes zero destroyed those gifted in the store, this one in the shield, this one of the sphere when it came to since they were equipped with every weapon of war, so Gad, who was sort of walking warfare, and then, and then when Israel was blessing Gad he said you know you grab your enemy. Your enemy will grab you by the heel, but you will turn. Grab him by the throat. And I was like. Wow, you know and I was like Oh. What does that mean for us? How does that translate and? The word began to speak to me and said we'll go to go to the gang members that you've led the Christ and ask them how they operated what they did, and so I went to them, and I said if somebody came through cross your territory. How did you respond? And they said well anything that they did to us. We did three times that to them. If they stole ten thousand of dollars, we stole thirty thousand of there's if they killed one of our people. We killed three of theirs. They rape one of our women. We raped three of their whatever they did. As we get three guys that them and it hit me in that moment. That's our strategy. And I looked at him and I said that's we're GONNA do from here on out and one of them literally responded. WE'RE GONNA kill people and they're like I love this church. I love this and I know not gonNA kill people I said. What we're going to do is every time that a violent crime happens every time. Something bad happens in the area. We're going to go to that very block where it happened and we're bringing three people to Christ. And we are going to extract the toll from the enemy. We're GONNA make the enemy pay for attacking our city in pay for attacking us because he's crossing territory. Because this city, we are declaring city that belongs to God and if that's the case, if the enemy crosses that territory. He's got to pay for that act. And so that's what we started doing. Just every time there was violent crime. We go to the very area that it happened, and we would bring three people to Christ in that area, and we begin to see things change. Is Like Bill Johnson says it's shifting the atmosphere. We begin to see that atmosphere shift as we begin to do that. And it began to have incredible results and I mean all of a sudden. We begin to see crime drop. We begin to see the. The chief of police, a matter of fact called me and he goes. Hey, what are you guys doing in? These areas because I was a police chaplain for the police department as well. And he said what are you guys doing in these areas he goes. We're seeing that as crime as as you know. When a bad crime like this happens, he goes normally. Crime goes up or seeing where you've been that drops, and they said we're noticing you. Guys are in that area. What are you doing and I said well, I said I explained to him what we were doing the taking the toll. And he goes, he says no, really. What are you doing and I said? No, really that's what we're doing. You know and he couldn't wrap his head around that. And a just begin to see. The city changed so much, so that crime begin to drop so significantly until the police department ended up laying off a third of the police staff. Because police officers were complaining of being bored. In the end the city again. This is one of the top ten most violent cities in the nation out of ranked in the top ten. and. And crying, just begin to plummet so much well. In one of those documentaries you're talking about. We Father Lights We filmed where we brought in these gang members because they were threatening to start a war. In the city and it was to reclaim respect willing gang lingo fear means respect, and they wanted to reclaim fear in the city and get the people to respect them again. And, so what ended up happening? IS THEY ENDED UP? This threatening to start this war, and they were saying that in two thousand twelve it would be the bloodiest year of all of Aurora's history. We invited them in and we ended up leading all of them to Christ these. When King member stripped Chicago land led them all the crisis. They begin to feel the power of the Holy Spirit. It'd be going to feel. Their bodies got ill. We were giving them prophetic words, and all of them ended up giving their lives to Christ and The end result of that was in two thousand twelve at the end, the two thousand twelve win a full calendar year without one homicide incredible. Ix Years. Six years since that had happened and every major newspaper around the country stories about Aurora Illinois. We're coming out all over the place CNN did a thing on BBC Fox News. Everybody was reporting on at what had taken place and our chief of police. You know at one point on the BBC says he goes. You cannot just study the police intelligence. He says you've got to study what that? Little Church on the corner of route and Galena is doing because whatever they're doing is an I. Don't understand it, but it's having an impact in a change on our city again. And that was because the chief of police from France and Italy and flown over study, the lease intelligence, the figure it out and he goes. You can't just study. The Police Intelligence Egos you study. What's happening there? That's that's what happened and that's Union Google that story? It's docket. Take place in Aurora. Wow, while one more thing that I felt that. I think that you can add tremendous value I do know that. Going all the way back to kind of John Whimper I. Was I went to Anaheim in nineteen, eighty five. There was the first time so and just of course power Vangelis. John Doe Brandon Clark and now would you living a supernatural lifestyle but I think that what is excited being around you and watching. You is how you are empowering other people to do it. Of course, there's so much of a father taught. That, somehow you making the supernatural lifestyle very natural for the ordinary people, as so if you can give us some either some advice for people that are lists. Because that's what you're doing is empowering ordinary people that do the extraordinary, but to be very natural supernatural. In one of the things that that it impacted me and you'd asked about the story to salsa. Conclude this. Todd White and I were doing a conference in Japan last year together and to the leaders from Japan I showed a picture of my mother. Van Sharing the Gospel with some children in a village and showing the children raising their hands, having accepted Christ and two of these church leaders came with tears in their eyes, and they said I'm in the picture. And they they called. They called my mom. The Jesus Lady because he's. Talking about Jesus and they'd said we remember they had tears in their eyes. If we remember the Jesus Lady because she came, and she shared the Gospel with us and I'm in the picture raising my hand. Because of the Jesus Lady And the impact that had on me was to realize. We need to equip others and give this away to as many people as possible and rather than just making ministry for ourselves. Our ministry really needs to be raising other people up. Because Jesus was really pouring himself into the twelve now in his entire life while he was here is, he's letting the five thousand listened to him. Preach to the twelve. And, it was, it was just allowing them in on the conversation he was having with them, and so I began to early on I began to realize that you know. There were things I wanted to know about growing up having. My Dad would take us to A. Kenneth Hagin Meanings. He would take a Su- see these different incredible people. Or Roberts one time, and and on and on I could go. There were many of them that we went to visit. And I remember thinking. Are these people just really special people? Do they fast so much that they never eat. All these questions and I began to realize. that. Everyone else has those same questions that I needed to be helped to answer those questions so I made it a real commitment in my life journey to to give away as much as possible, and I had a conversation at one point with Carol Remember John Members widow. I said that her asked her the question I said. What would you advise somebody like me? Who's doing what I'm doing? What's your advice to somebody like me and she said Robbie. If you'll seek the give away everything you want to do, you'll always have it. We'll have more. That is never be looking for more, but if you seek to give away the things you want to do, and they away for others to do, it gotta. Make sure you always have more and so that's always been. The the the the center. Part of of what Mine Ministry has been is to give away the stuff I want to see happen giveaway. The things I wanna I want God us men. And then if I give that away, if I call people in just in, it's again. It's just you know when you go to pray for somebody just saying Hey, let me grab this person. Lay Your hands. Some people get frustrated me with me opposites. Come to me for prayer and they'll say well I. Want you to pray for me and I'll be like well. Hang on, let me grab this. You know this twelve year old boy over here. Put your hand here. Repeat after me and they don't understand that in order for us to see that continue. We need to equip and raise others up in it. you know in order for us to continue to be able to operate, and so as we give it away where showing into others that we read. You, know and that story with my with my mother and the basket and the two cents. That was sowing and reaping story that that you know now you know even the world gets to reap in in what was sewn in that and and to always raising other. People are putting them. In and letting them see who crisis really made them to be and the power and authority they have. They don't realize they have so good. If. You have one advice and this season that we're living in. We're in twenty twenty. There's a lot of beautiful things that God is doing and I think I. Know You and I coming from we have. Love lensed this. See things from that from from a different paradigm than people that are prayed for more fear paradigm. If just giving some words of encouragement at twenty twenty four people do would got getting involved with what God is doing to recognize for God is all too so that because people that are investing their life in the right way. If you understand what God is doing, and you join him in it, and don't get distracted by the devil is doing but focusing on what God is doing. What you said it right? I really I. Mean You really have I really think the thing that I'm that? I'm hearing more and more you know for for people to end encouraging people to do is recognize fears, a liar now and to never yield the fear of never yield to the feeling of fear, never never yield to the worry of what bad can happen. You know and and to always recognize that those feelings. Of fear there they're deceptive, and that that the enemy is the author of that and to never yield to that. Of course I think there's exciting things coming in twenty twenty, and that this is an exciting period I'm my my level of expectancy is probably higher than it's ever been at the same time I know that anytime. The enemy gets a sense of that. He's GonNa. Fight it hard, and the only way to overcome. That is to realize that that fear that worry or whatever comes tries to come in. Is. Is just you hit it so clearly is the distraction and what I've concluded. Is that ninety nine point? Nine percent of warfare is distraction. It's the enemy trying to get me off my get my eyes onto the warfare off to the off of the thing that God has for me to do, and to put my attention onto the warfare to put my attention onto the distraction and I think for the Greater Body of Christ, we just have to make a commitment to not be distracted and denied. Allow you know these things that the enemy tries to throw up whether in relationships whether and finances whether in you know jobs or whatever the case is. Tonight whether whether it's you know things in politics whether it's in things you know in in the world you know. To not let that distract us from the call of the purpose that we've been called to and to stay focused and just a realized that I our old. Pastor old assemblies of God pastor from. Alabama One Time said AMIS name was brother me and he's. He's brother Robbie. He goes listen to me. He goes to the Eagles always remember the devil thrives on attention, but he parishes by neglect. And, that has never I have never forgotten that gavel. Attention, but he's parishes by neglect beautiful, and that we've got to neglect the enemy and the blacks, the things that he tries to come at us with and neglect that and not give him attention to keep our focus. Somewhat Christ is doing and the wonderful incredible things. In that we're going to see the most incredible harvest. We're going to see the most incredible breakthrough. You might just praying a prayer. On listening no just release fresh importation. Father in the name of Stove thank you, thank you. Thank you for late Hetland. Thank you for his ministry edge. Thank you for the anointing. On his life, and for the time a this everyone listening in this broadcast Lord I thank you for a release. Of the power of your presence, and especially the ability to not be distracted, come up, the enemy was so trying to distract Jesus in the garden of guests semi. The enemy was trying to distract him as he was going through the Wilderness. Before coming into the synagogue. That we see in Luke chapter four and we'll show trying to rob Jesus of the identity. Distract them with with hunger. Distract them with the things of the world with the enticements of the world. Distract them with things of his own identity Lord. We're. Show. Realizing the tools and the taxes of the enemy are to distract us away from the purpose and the work that God has planned for us and has for us and father I, pray that each, and every one of us would have the ability to see through the distraction. Ignore the distraction, not get our eyes on it, but keep our eyes on Christ. Keep our eyes on. You are and what you're doing. Doing and father I declare this as a year of immense breakthrough over every minute she over ministry over the ministry, and the listeners, whether it's just a neighbor across the street, or it's a a house group search filled with people whatever they're doing whether the business, or whatever that they will just see that breakthrough. This is the year we declare. This is the year of breaks shoe and the year of transformation. To see that come and a commitment never to be distracted. Not Let the when the enemy tries to come that we respond with the standard where we go. We're taking three for everyone you take. We're taking mom. We're GONNA. Make you pay for those distractions that you try to come out of this with, and we're going to make the enemy realize it's going to be too expensive to attack the people of God because it's going to cost him too much and father I. Thank you for that empowerment, and the release of that in the mighty name Jesus in Jesus, name, Amen Amen Amen and very quickly. How can people get some of your resources or even partner? Would you have Robbie dock and saying yes, Robbie Dot, com, R., O., B., y., the A. W. K.. I. N. S. DOT COM. There's a partner page for our mission stuff. There's there's a store page where there's resources, tools and trainings, and all this. That's the place to go to an schedule speaking schedule everything on their highly recommend people to partner. Would Robbie and some of the things that God is doing to their. Ministry Rhonda War Robbie Love You love and. Just says someone at other. We stay in touch. My friend Yes. Sir Always. 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John & Ken Show Hour 4 (06/23)

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John & Ken Show Hour 4 (06/23)

"World justice system to the direction of the twenty century the public outraged by this. We need to use science to address public safety violent. Crime data tweet flawed. Your data and your fire is dangerous to the community of the county. We are very very concerned about ships solid cans public safety. I am outraged at that. The zone of implementing laws of his own personal choice which we voted the so in a way that it's much more physically and socially responsible that only be breaking the law but he is not doing what he is supposed to. The district attorney indicted protective victim. I truly believe that two years in the wrong often teach should have been a public defender. He voted in could be voted out on his gaskin threat. Crime is on a historic low in the nation's story. Closing save on the recall of la county district attorney. George gas gone jogging. Can yes sir. Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app. John will be back next. Week is got vacation. We're here at the george. Gold recall desk for the usual reasons. But you know again. It seems like every week is a couple of more stories. The latest is that a man who killed his estranged wife in santa clarita. Just got a prison term. Which would allow him to be released a murder. He actually admitted the murder. But because la county da. George gaskins office does not permit sentencing enhancements. They're limited to how much time this man could serve and he may be released from prison. And knowing the way the state's going it may not be that many healed his wife. Apparently the family is devastated over her death which was just a few months ago. We're gonna welcome back to this show. Desert andreotti her son was murdered. His name was julian he was murdered back in may of twenty eighteen by five suspects who thought he stole some of their. We'd was a repeated. Beating and stabbing was terrible terrible and they eventually drove up highway thirty nine and a zuza to the mountains to toss the body but they realized he was still alive so they stomped on his head. I mean this is disgusting. And the worst of the worst and again because of george gascon then not going to get the maximum time that they are certainly entitled to and desert has been leading the charge recall. George gaskin dot com is the website. Let's welcome back to the show for an update as to how it's going now that they're out there collecting signatures desert welcome. I can't how are you by the way what's that. Thank you for having me. Oh you're certainly welcome. You're always a great spokesperson for this. Call is and we understand that it's got off to a good start it has Been to vote and even are paid Signature gathers We've collected over sixty thousand signatures so far and we stopped thousands of other additional signatures that we still have not counted. verified or collected yet. So you're hoping that we can reach one hundred thousand hopefully by this weekend. I'm i'm really hoping so the total that you guys need is. We need five hundred ninety thousand by october twenty seven so this is definitely not a small task so we can continue to need all the volunteer financial support. We can get you know to ensure that we can collect these essential number of signatures that we need in a relatively short time to recall to get the recall on the ballot next year. Yeah i mean. October is just a few months away and you know what happens with these things. You can get the low hanging fruit quickly because a lot of people who tuned into this story were anxious to get the petitions and decided me me. I did it the first couple of days so but did right. It's going to be a grind over the next couple of months to get these additional registered voters in la county to sign up. That's correct that's correct so we're asking what you know what this means to to us if we need you. Your family friends co workers anyone registered. La county voter to go to recall. George gas scone printed signed a petition. You there you can. Volunteer to hold events contribute financially. If you can but again recall george going dot com print sign and mail the petition because you can find it and not mail it is. That doesn't help us. We need to be mailed in last week. He had that Press conference and again. He gets some of the media to show up just because he knows he's in trouble so he's trying to send out an anti recall message but there was really nothing to it. That's exactly it was a pathetic press. Conference is he. Is he's worried he's worried that this recall can actually succeed and i'm actually very hopeful that this will succeed we will. We will get him out of office near the difficulty with this recall. Is it a lot of people. Don't pay attention to one. Da does for a county. There was a big turnout last november. Because people were all whipped up over the presidential race and a lot of people voted for this guy just because On the ballot and the activists supported him and he looked like He was about reform and that was the big story last year. Criminal justice reform but what he has done with these directives. I think people wake up and realize the man in charge of the criminal justice system in elliott county is on the side of the criminals. I don't know if you've heard our guest yesterday a desharnais. But he's got these public defenders. He's taking public defenders in assigning them to positions in his office and they're going out and contacting the criminals to tell them. Don't worry we'll reduce your prison time. Just let us take care of. Have you ever heard this craziness. Never never act like a public defender so to hear that he's hiring. Public defenders does not surprise me. That's his speciality. He he wants to defend the victim but what he should be doing is move on to the public. The public defenders office. He doesn't need to be a district attorney. He's not acting like one you should not be one. And for that reason he needs to be recalled immediately. Any he writes off. People like you saying well. They're just they're grieving mothers. They're overwhelmed with their emotions. Understand how it works and again to try to sell this and this is what he tried to sell the more time. We put people in prison. The more recidivism. There's going to be. That's upside down as you make sense. It doesn't make any sense and for him to dismiss us victims. That's another reason why he should not be a district attorney. A district attorney is to be there for the people to be there for the victims not to turn their back. And and again have me relive moments revictimizes not only myself but so many other victims out there who in their right mind a district attorney would do that to their victim. Okay so again. The website is recalled. George gascoyne dot com and it says here you have some features that allow people to view and post to pop up signature gathering events on a master calendar. Yes that's correct. It's very easy to see you. Can if you're if you're going to be a pop up signature gathering. Just put your information in there. And that way. When people are looking for a petition locations they can find it. There's also permanent petition locations that you can find there as well very easy very cool to look at all right now. I don't wanna put you on the spot. But i have to ask you this question because i'm aware of it. What is called. George gaskell now dot com. Is that a competing recall effort or is it a joint effort. I can't figure this out you know. I believe it's I think it's a competing. I'm not sure. I haven't looked into it. I did hear about it. I was actually gonna look into that. I'm glad you reminded me about that. i believe in maybe compete. I don't believe it's a joint effort. we have. we only have recall. George dot com. Okay because when people are out there with petitions they may not sign yours. Sign the other. Recall and i just wanted to get this straightened out. Hopefully there's a way 'cause this was kind of going on with the newsom. Recall hoping there's a way you guys can combine forces because that's just not really a good thing to half. I agree. I agree. And i will definitely look into that. All right does right. Thanks for coming on again. We appreciate your enthusiasm and all your hard work for this effort. Yes thank you for having me appreciate it. Thank you for getting out to the public. Okay disarray on trading is our guest. Her son was murdered back in just a few years ago by five guys who were disgusting. They tortured her son and they eventually Beat him further because they realized he was still alive. The reason she's taken up the cause is because la county district attorney. George going is not going to pursue special circumstances that included deadly weapon kidnapping robbery. These charges would have put them away for life without parole if convicted but because of gascons reforms all special charges were dismissed in court which means these guys can get out in very short order. That's why she's become a big part of the effort at recall. George gascon dot com author. Good start sixty thousand signatures. But that's only about ten percent of what they need so go there. Download the petition. Donate money be part of the effort. This is an important thing to do. John and ken show kfi. Hey johnny kidd show ten kobylt. Ken chiampou live everywhere here on. Kfi on the iheartradio app. The voice line is finding. Its way back to the airwaves in fact two days from now at this very time. We'll be playing moist line. Callers you wanna be a part of it call one eight seven seven moist eighty six one eight seven seven six six four seven eight eight six. Get your calls in there. And maybe you'll hear yourself on the airwaves. The la county sheriff. Alex via wave is gonna join me after five thirty. He held a long news conference event. Today i got to watch a good chunk of it made a presentation to the media. What he calls the architects of failure when it comes to la county's homelessness crisis. Can you take a guess who the architects of failure would be. I'll ask him about that. But of course it's the usual suspects. The mayor the city council the board of supervisors that los angeles homeless services agency which does nothing but spent a billion dollars a year. I really can't believe that. There's a couple of la city councilman want to remove l. a. from that agencies grip it's unbelievable and wave. He expression that we point a homelessness industrial complex a six and a half billion dollars down the drain in the last ten years for homelessness and now we may have eighty thousand homeless people in la county. So i'll go over what he tried because the media then not respond to this really. Well i don't imagine. I didn't stay around to see what the questions were. But i can only imagine that. It was not a welcoming environment for the only major public official to take on the problem of the homeless. I remember debra mark. I told you the other day that i Got into a bit of road rage. Yeah you flip somebody off you remember it i. Oh by the way. The breaking news of the tiny earthquake in the four el segundo. Yes yes i told you. I was wondering hermosa beach. There's something going on down there in the south bay. I'm getting out are you. You want to come to my neck of the woods and the west san fernando valley. It's worse earthquake. You got the heat. Three point four okay. So everybody's okay everybody's okay just a few plates shook If even if it's just a blip but it could be a harbinger of big one could so get of the desk right. Can you imagine now so imagine this. This is why we tell you to approach with caution when you're out there on the roads just before two pm on june fourteenth according to seal beach police officials a man from hemmitt got into a road rage incident any took out bear spray and he sprayed it on the family fighting with his name. Is marcus kelly. They caught up with them. The drivers of the two cars were southbound on pch. They got into some sort of verbal altercation. One of the drivers turned off a pca to get some distance. Then parked got out the other driver followed pulled up next to the car and sprayed him in the car with hairspray because the park vehicles windows were down the spray got inside where there were three people including a child now now it's an irritating aerosolize deterrent similar to pepper spray. It's even stronger. Didn't somebody have that. At the capitol. Insurrections have pepper sprayed. Yeah the suspect. You of southbound. Sage was a was not immediately caught. They did suffer some injuries including skin irritation. But he's been taken into custody and They finally caught up with them was out there in the roads. Bear spray coming up next. The la county sheriff. Alex villanueva fresh off his press conference today with the media over his efforts to do something about the homelessness crisis. Talks to me coming up. John and ken show. Kfi am six forty. John and ken show john kobylt. Ken chiampou john a week. Off out here with debra mark. Lena the news updates chance right now to talk once again to la county. Sheriff alex via the waiver who had a news conference this morning about efforts in the county and do something about the homeless crisis and of course he made news a couple of weeks go because he announced he was sending his deputies along with outreach teams into venice. Try to do something about The thousands of homeless people that have taken over a lot of public space. So we're gonna bring the sheriff on right now and talk to them and get an update on everything. Welcome back to the show and a waiver. Thank you can how you doing. I'm doing just great. I watched about twenty minutes of your presentation. I was quite impressed. You are really and you have decided to take on and you even use the term. The wo- crowd. You pointed out very early on in your news. Conference who the architects of failure are in the homeless crisis in l. a. county. And you mentioned garcetti. The board of supervisors the city council and of course this los angeles homeless services agency. All of them combined have made this problem worse. And i think that's what you were trying to tell all members of the media today. My right You gotta right on if an alien ahead. So apparently you're calling on the la county board of supervisors to declare an emergency They need to right now. Where our economy is imploding. Our tourism industry evaporating. That's gonna leave tens of thousands of jobs out of businesses and which is gonna further Exacerbate the homeless situation. So we're we're doubling down on stupid as we speak so we need to change our course of action. I know. I mean you were presenting charts. You were showing how the homeless a your estimate now is that there's eighty thousand homeless people in l. a. county. It's ballooned over the years. And yet i think later on correct me if i'm wrong i think you said the spending is about six and a half billion dollars over the last ten years on this problem you gotta right. That's exclusively devoted earmarked for homeless six point. Five billion dollars in ten years only to see the problem double in those ten years. That's just blows my mind. So what are they doing wrong. You have stepped up. You were the biggest public figure we know of here on. Kfi in the join can show who is taken really an opposite stance on this problem. And it's one that's common sense. We all agree that it's not working whatever they've been doing. What do they've been doing wrong. And i think you mentioned that this housing first thing is the wrong way to go yes. They're big mistake. A cardinal sin. They refused regulate public space. When you don't do that you're surrendering to anybody. Who wants to show up and do whatever the hell they want. That's exactly what you're seeing on the streets of every neighborhood in la city and some parts of la county. And of course we know by now that your deputies are conducting an operation in venice. Aunt you tell us how that's going. Because i think in the interim mike von went public with his plan to do the same thing that you're outreach are trying to do. Any also claimed in a couple of quotes. I saw that. Your sheriff's deputies are just getting in the way and don't know what they're doing well it'd be nice to see if we got in the way of something but we just didn't see anything you know. They're his plan is basically no plan but the same thing that's failed before 'cause he doesn't wanna address public space he says we don't want law enforcement to be involved great. That means the homeless as they. I don't wanna go anywhere. Screw you bonnin. I'm gonna stay right here. He's okay with that and he wants to move on and let the let the community. This absorb the loss and suffer the consequences having a homeless and cameras that can continue to grow so we gotta put an end to that and it starts with regulating public space. You talked about Five deaths a day of homeless people. Yep five a day the corner patty wind comes along and scrapes them off the streets and that number is going to continue to grow because you have people using dope twenty. Four seven was no consequences whatsoever. Their health spirals downward and there's nothing to erupted in the old days prior to prop forty seven. They get interrupted when they go to jail. They clean out. We get them back on their meds or whatever. It was three squares a day. Get their body way back up and get him into a halfway house retreatment. That doesn't exist anymore. Because none of them go to jail so they just spiraled down to the diet yeah he you mentioned prop forty seven and the architect. Data's the la county district attorney. George gascon when he was up in san francisco this past in two thousand fourteen. It is really complicated the problem because as you said you can't compel them into treatment. They don't care anymore. I think you mentioned how the treatment centers don't want business these days. Now they don't. And i remember when i was a young man working in the county jail. You cannot find that these were all at max capacity always because everybody was trying to get bed to get out of the county jail no more so you can thank. George got for that one and you talked about tourism. I saw the segment where you had gone to olvera street to talk to the merchants there. The restaurant owners about the devastating problem with the homeless on their business. Oh yeah one. Third of all the kiosk street are closed for good. The the the school children on their field trips day-trips they used to stop by there. No more everything has been abandoned in favor of the homeless encampments. They keep growing around. Overstreet is just utter nonsense then. They take a parking lot devoted to tourists there. Were supposed to vote about a street and now it's another homeless Treatment center so i guess Screw the tourists are going to go straight and screw the owners of the shop owner street. They don't count. You also explained your authority in the situation by laying out the entire map of the county and reporting to some of the codes and so forth about how the la county sheriff's department can have some jurisdiction here particularly when we're talking about venice which is in the city of los angeles and mike bonds council district. How is what your deputies are doing there. How does that differ from what we've seen fail for somebody. Years spent as where one we actually follow through. We get people the except the services we get them to move on we clean up after they move on behind them so we return the former encampment to its original state and then we regulate the public face so someone pops up again to try to reestablish it. We're gonna tear that down as well and we're trying to get people into treatment and the out of town crowd the out of state crowd We're also we have a service provider. God bless him who's actually facilitating reunification of loved ones out of state. So we got four people from venice. That are now in row back home. Yeah that's a big part of this hour. Is it going so far in venice. I mean how many people do you think you've gotten off the off the boardwalk there are lieutenant. Dietrich said they got sixteen off the boardwalk and they've talked about one hundred and fifty that they've they've done the assessment they're not done with assessment process. He'll have a full detail report on thurs tomorrow but he said about forty percent he could counter. Looks like they're out of state. Just don't nomadic drifters and now they call them urban campers and that has to end and you set this news conference that you have to also use law enforcement i mean. Is there going to be a point where people have to be told after. They've been talked to one hundred times about services. You gotta go. This is public space. Isn't that where you have to step in. That's option number four and the people might start making shirts that say option for but option. What is obviously going through. The the homeless alridge process getting people place into operation room key or other Nonprofits that have Room and we have One non stepped up and offer beds already and is helping the host team do assessments bless them so there are people that do wanna help. And then the second phase of that is. We're gonna identify safe campgrounds. Safe parking areas for rv's if that doesn't work option three is move option for is a is one through three failed option for. We're just going to enforce the rule of law. What's your reaction to baden's announcement yesterday. It's kind of interesting. It comes on the heels of your saying that your deputies going into venice and of course an effort that has now begun to recall him from office. Well it's too little too late and If he's got something is actually legitimate will. Actually we want encourage it. Wanna make sure people that. Are there homeless. Right now can get the services can get that Shelter space by all means. We wanna make sure that happens. We're not gonna get an away progress. We just don't see any. Yeah one thing you pointed out at a big part of the presentation is what you and we've referred to as the homeless industrial complex these five. Oh one c. Organizations that have taken a good chunk of this six and a half billion dollars over the last ten years. And you didn't pull any punches. You name these organizations. You showed executive compensation for these organizations. I mean what are they doing with the money. One thing they're doing their primary purposes Pay themselves that's what's happening with the money The majority of all of their money goes toward salary and benefits of their own employees. It doesn't go to. The homeless doesn't go direct aid to the people that need the resources the most. So we're we're creating an entire industry here. are industrial. Complex is homeless industrial complex. That is not helping the homeless in fact the more homeless the more money that goes into their coffers by wave of thanks for talking to me and i'm glad you're standing up publicly on the side of the people to solve this problem over public space. Well yeah we gotta keep pushing because we wanna make the place safer everyone right. That's sheriff alex villanueva. La county held a news. Conference today went on for about ninety minutes. I watched a twenty minute presentation. that delta specifically with Many of the issues surrounding the problems with the homeless in l. a. county. We got more coming up on. The john and ken show john and ken show. Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio again. The voice line. Yeah in there. One eight seven seven moist eighty six. We present these calls on friday during the five o'clock hour. One eight seven seven six six four seven eight eight six anything. You want to comment down that we're talking about not talking about irritates. You makes you happy. That doesn't happen. people calling it. Something made the map. I listen to the happy news. That happened much. You run on. The joe can show with barn listeners. Who i just got done talking to the la county sheriff. Alex visa-waiver as really taking it. On all of these politicians the only city council the mayor the board of supervisors. He has decided to step forward and try to do something about the homeless discouraged which is affected so much of the county and particularly the city and of course the ocean front in venice so he really deserves to get some recognition for at least trying this. I don't know whether or not he's going to be successful in case you didn't hear the news. Mike bonds plan to get five million dollars from the city council to begin to remove two hundred people from the venice ocean. Front got the late and i looked at that story this morning and i thought they've already spent billions six and a half billion. Why does he need to ask for another five million to work on the biggest problem outside of downtown la and skid row. Does he have to ask for more money. It should be there already absurd. But they've delayed till july first so i don't think there's going to be any operation beginning monday. June twenty eighth as bond and boasted about Yesterday this story's talked about you know. I saw this when i was looking at the new york times on sunday. And it's a curiosity there's a class action lawsuit in the state of california as to whether or not subway sandwiches. The tuna sandwiches actually tuna so a writer for the new york times in a story that went on. I'm not kidding you. Eight printed pages decided to do something about finding out whether or not the subway tuna sandwich has any tuna in it and eight pages. She did a long dissertation on the history of tuna. The different types of tuna She talked to many people who used to be sandwich. Makers and subway they provide pictures. I mean it's kind of a popular item. People that really loved the subway tuna sandwich. She cut to the chase unpaid seven. She went around and collected more than sixty inches worth of subway. Tuna sandwiches removed in froze. The tuna meat then shifted across the country to food testing labs. She spent weeks chatting with two experts. This is what is this journalists. these take. Well here's what happened. After more than a month. Awaiting the lab results arrived. No amplify tuna. Da was present in the sample so we obtained no amplification products from dna. Therefore we can identify the species of what's in there. The spokesman for the lab said there is to conclusions. You might get one. It's so heavily processed that whatever we could pull out we couldn't make an identification or we got some. There's nothing there that's tuna now to be fair. The writer said inside edition did this to they sent samples from three subway locations in queens out for testing. And they did find tuna. So you know it's still a toss up. We'll see what happens with the class action lawsuit. I remember you used to talk about food conway on the show and didn't somebody on your show. Love the subway to sandwich. I sort of remember that. Yes somebody i loved it. And then they. They said they got allergic to The tuna don't some guy said he was allergic to tuna and the guy at subway said well then it didn't come from our sandwich always right because so much processed food these days anyway. You can't tell what's in that right but you know what this is. What i also heard that once you slice meat you know you have a big chunk of ham and you slice it. It starts to deteriorate immediately and turned into like plastic once you slice ono. So if you go to. Mike's the jersey mike's there yeah that's a good tip. Yeah thanks with that. The other people i mean i don't know You know how often the other sub places cut their meat but it could be cut in nebraska right and it could be plastic by the time it gets in your mouth yeah but that that phillies best is great too. I don't know if you ever go there to that. Place is the cheese steaks. Yes john likes. Oh man. That's well i will say this. I think that's the way he barked up one day. But it's not because it was bad. He aided too fast and got caught. Oh yeah right. And so the apparently a big chunks of cheese steak on the floor of my office. I wasn't there that day shannon told me that story. I love that story. You must've been a fun date earlier on in life. Oh man too fast now. He's throwing up too fast calcium. That's going to handle. I do like if if we during a commercial break seven minutes entire meal. I'm sick as hell you can't. It's exactly right we can't do. It has slowed down. That's right matt. Money smith is gonna listen six thirty five. That's kind of cool. And then britney spears man a lot of people have time to go down and and talk about britney spears here some of the women but who is what kind of time you got on your hands where you could involve bryce years later fray and be so concerned about how much money is in an account for her. Didn't handle herself. Might it's of sad. It's really wild. I don't care about my my my wife's checking account. Why would i care about britney spears you know i just don't get it grocer. Did he just whispers. But if you tried all the chicken sandwiches that are out there and everyone's gonna chicken sandwich. Last night indies. They're all trying to compete with popeye. They all look great pilots chilies. Chicken san jose. It was actually not bad at chili's what's really good. It's wendy's chili is excellent to the chile from wednesday with one. When he's good. I went last night. I made this mistake. And i and i do it all the time but last night. We were talking about mcdonald's about twenty minutes before we ended the show. So i go to the local mcdonalds and get a chicken sandwich. And there's nine hundred people in line right. If i just shut up then i could slide in there. You caused a mad dash. I'm causing people dislike. I got a friend of mine. I police officer and he said i was driving around. Heard you talk about it in and out. And i had to go you gotta slide. It triggers it it. Does you know get it right. Thank god. he's coming up now. Tim this is kfi in hd two los angeles orange county michael crozier as a news now.

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So they made the arrest and tracy. Green is marcie. Law attorney representing nash. Because george guests cone only wants to charge the ex husband with solicitation for to assault rather than solicitation of murder. Even though the recordings make it pretty clear that it was fine with the ex husband if people died which could also include his ex brother-in-law at a price menu behar's brother who's fifteen thousand dollars for permanent damage to bihar twenty thousand dollars if the hitman killed her so clearly clearly. He was soliciting murder. Because he's coming from the directive of when you prosecute these cases if you have to prosecute these cases make sure you get the prison time down to minimal. That i'm sure that's the directive which in this case would be anywhere from Probation to three years eight months. All right we have on the line. Behar's and ash and the attorney tracy green bihar. Thank you for coming on with us chi. How are you hi. This is Obviously awful did you have any inkling during your marriage or jerk while it was breaking down that he was capable of hiring a hitman to kill. You know i never saw it would be capable of. This is crazy. I never thought of this so he never gotten to directly Well we all Said I i thought he was just kidding. He already i mean he was He was violent. But i never thought he would be actually capable of higher. You did you really have a twelve year divorced. Is that what. I heard the report. Yes yes some two thousand a. Yeah must have been contentious. I can only imagine twelve years to get the divorce finalized. Tracy green the attorney. Have you heard the tape. Have you heard his words on the tape Yes i have. And what's more disturbing on than the tape of when the undercover Who's from the lapd robbery homicide division. I can say they are the a team they Put their life at risk to do this type of work and they i guess 'cause row had reached out to a couple of different people trying to hire a hitman and he was so out there that someone who'd been contacted sort of turned informant and report it to lapd and so the phone calls went from probably like december the eighth with two young until they actually met january nineteen and there was plenty of time for him to back out of it. So i but i listen to not only the video That was from the day of the arrest but also the phone calls that led up to the meeting so there's no doubt in your mind that he was soliciting murder absolutely no doubt And they gave him opportunities to back out and the like and this the most frightening part about it was that in one of the phone calls before the video. He details cosmo details. I want you to spend a half an hour. I want you to make it look like a burglary. I want you to spend a half an hour breaking hundred bones in her body from her hands to her feet. I want you to f. and rearrange her face. And maybe chris he's said that word i want you to break her spine and then he goes into great detail about what bone in the spine should be broken and the the officer playing the undercover hit mentioned. We'll wait a minute. I can't play god. Is i told you in the end the interview. What do i do is like say. A prayer and say please don't isn't that he cared about so much you know it sounded like vengeance. It sounded like revenge reminded me of the kashogi case. You know like. I'm the saudi government. We don't like what you write about us. Mr shoghi so We're gonna dismember you because who would want a half an hour of of you know someone breaking all these bones and doing it. That doesn't sound like a to me. I mean that is that is torture and what he also said was that i want you to take her out for a couple of years making it like that. She's so badly damaged that she's permanently out like in a coma. Or you know in a rehab or something like that which i had told the court at the bail hearing to me. This was more concerning. Now here's the crazy part about the case. It isn't just that. I thought it was under charged but when the detectives arrested him you know they you know they arrested. 'cause wrote the book tim in on two million dollar bail like conspiracy to solicit murder the two days later when they when they were going to do the arraignment and the bail hearing detectives called me and they said look the bales only twenty thousand dollars. Oh no thousand no restrictions. I spoke to the da who was assigned to the case and she was terrific but she said look. My hands are tied the bail set at twenty thousand. That's the felony bell schedule. Twenty thousand because it was to be solicitation for assault incinerator right. And it's not a it's not considered you know there's things that are called strikes that are considered serious violent offenses. Where people's this is this Does not come under a strike. Doesn't count as a strike. So she said look. I can't argue anything else. And so she didn't tell me. I said i got it. I'll take the ball and run with it and under marci's law is that It's actually constitutional right of victims where the victim is supposed to have the say in The charges what the Bail is and ultimately the plea now a victim can't dictate it but they're allowed to have input so that's where the hearing when the defense attorney came in and said oh. This case is a probation eligible case. He's eligible for actually not twenty thousand bail but to be released on his own recognizance because he has no prior felonies and he quoted gascons directives. Like they were like as if moses can come down from the mountain said. This is the way it is. So i had to go in and fight to make sure again not to be punishing. I believe in criminal justice reform. But to say i'm concerned about the safety this guy. So how there that has a psychological problem. I believe he has a drinking problem. But you know you need to cool off time especially when there's family involved. Those are the cases where violence occurs the most and so i then left at the judges david's yaroslavsky and he did a great job. I said your honor. Let's leave it to you. I have not seen the videos. I haven't heard it when you listen to them. And you make a decision. And he heard the they played the tape or the video and then the judge said no bail. I don't see any way that the public could protect it so we went from d you know the. Da filing is twenty thousand dollars bail. They don't have to do felony bail schedule. They could've asked for restrictions but they don't and they didn't so he's now in jail with no bail no well so then. What happened is no so what no what happened is that there's the defendant has a right to have a bail review and so then a bail review was set for five days later in front of judge shellie samuels. Interestingly enough. she was. The judge who i think was one of the first judges that challenged the dismissal of enhancements and she's very bright and she was a former prosecutor prosecutor of the year. And so you know she questioned. I don't know why didn't get charged at a higher rate at a higher charge. But let's just say i did the same thing. Let's you know. I wanna make sure. They're protected. I wanna make sure. My clients are protected and one of the scary things was that he had also told the hit man. If you do you do this. I've got some other jobs for a couple of jobs for you. So i said i'm concerned. So she listened to it and at the same time. Yeah we don't we know that the jails could have covid. We don't want someone dying of covid Bihar and 'cause have two children together. That are teenagers. fourteen and fifteen. We're having to be big pitcher about this. But i said if you let him out on bail your honor it's gotta be house arrest. Gps monitoring my clients. You know bahar and her brother. Tony get notified if he leaves his home and it needs to be tight and since he had shown his ability to use encrypted apps burner phones. You know we need to make sure there's some restrictions so the judge soon ordered bail one million dollar and that it be house arrest. Gps monitoring he can only leave To see his lawyer or a doctor and he's not allowed to use any electronic devices. You can't really monitor that. But she really tried to tie it up as much as she could. Can you hold on tracy. Absolutely we're talking to tracy. Green suzanne attorney marci's law. She's representing our other guests on the line. Bihar nash story involving the la county district attorney. George gascon bihar's former husband wanted to hire a hitman to take her out along with her brother turned out. It was undercover detective with lapd. So they've arrested the former husband but the terrible thing here is the undercharging of the case and as you just heard tracy greet explained. That was almost a chance. He was going to be out on very little bail. We got more coming up in your chance at a thousand dollars to john and ken. Kfi texted win money for your chance at a thousand bucks text. The nationwide keyword fun at two hundred two hundred. You'll get a confirmation text info standard data and message rates apply in this nationwide contest. That's fun to two hundred two hundred answer the phone when it rings could be the money even if you don't recognize them number coming from the five one three area code most likely next chance to win at six twenty within common. We're talking to Tracy green she's an attorney marc's law enters into this of course a law to protect victims of crimes. She is coming on the show along with her client. Nesh she apparently is the ex wife of a man by the name of 'cause row barrack and he wanted to hire a hitman to take her out after a long. I guess and bitter divorce that went on for twelve years after their marriage ended and it turns out that the hitman he hired was a police officer with l. a. p. d. and there's video surveillance and in the end he offered to pay for the hitman to do permanent damage shot his ex wife spine or at least enough physical damage so she'll be out for a few years. Never be able to recover but then offer twenty thousand if he had to take her out or his words and the reason that's important because the charging case against him is is more of a charge that he was just going to do bodily harm. No murder right because says if you need to eliminate her go ahead so we got so almost got out a very low bail circumstance what we just found out that it did turn out to be a million dollar bond and he does have a gps monitoring and such. But this is all george gascon nonsense here. He doesn't want to charge him with solicitation for murder which would be a lengthy sentence instead solicitation for Assault a tracy. What what can you do about trying to get the charges increased. Everyone's just at the mercy of guests gone. There's no debate. Yeah i mean. I think it's you know they have discretion and so the the way that it works. Is that the charge right now with two counts for for bihar and her brother of solicit soliciting assault. The max is three years and eight months which means that because it's not a strike you only fifty percent of your time so the max is nineteen months and under under other rules that he did not create Which was called a realignment of sentencing. It means nineteen months. It serves in county jail. I mean he. He could get out as early as ninety days. Oh four oh man his probation eligible. But the max that could be served is nineteen months. Made you feel on just speechless. I mean i don't know what to say or what to think anymore. It's just crazy. I mean i'm just so afraid for my life my brother's life my kid's life. I mean it just seems like no one cares. i mean. i don't know why they're letting him out. Who's going to protect us. And tracy alternate universe. If they had gone for attempted murder what could he have ended up with well. Attempted murder would be a life sentence. it may have not It probably wouldn't have probably been a charge. They could Probably do but Because there is no other action taken but if it was solicitation of murder the max on that is nine years so So then it in the federal federal court system. The max is ten years so And with the state system. It'd be nine years so the max it could be served as four and a half years. It's more of a state prison term. You know and again they have discretion to look at the gravity of it and so What i was told by the supervisors. Because i did go. To the city in the supervisors. They said this is what we believe. The evidence can definitely show their. I think their policy is to only prove crimes that they know that like soaking wet hundred and ten percent that they could prove and because he had said well. I prefer if you just permanently damaged her that that would be enough to give a defense attorney a little wiggle room. The thing is it was so brunel his description about breaking one hundred phones in her body and breaking your spine. I mean that's torture. I don't know if there's a charge called soliciting soliciting torture but good lord. This is just a salt assaults like a punch this is so right and one of the things i mentioned. I said if you're a hitman and someone gives you the opportunity to give you a job and says twenty thousand to just kill someone fifteen to take a half an hour and then break all these bones. You're a hitman you want to get caught. Who's gonna spend a half an hour doing all of that. What do you do take a sledgehammer and bring it over. As i said in the fox interview. Sound like a bad quentin tarantino movie. Saturday saying well. It's almost worse to put someone in a coma or take him out for a couple years. I mean that's just horrific. We'll follow your case. Thank you both for coming. Thank you very much tracy. Is there any women's violence groups. That's you're taking this case and trying to get publicity or putting pressure on gusts going rural those groups. Well not yet. But that's one of the reasons i mean you know. Bihar is a very conflicted situation. She has two teenagers. she certainly doesn't want to do it. But we also want to make sure that the ex husband realizes this is no joke you know just because the bill was originally twenty thousand and the maximum is nineteen months. You know that you know. We want people to know what he's about and what was going on here so i think there. There may be people who i think. Most people hear about this case have been very supportive. The detectives were amazing and if anything they really saved her life i mean. They went to her before and told her what was going on and said he'd called other people and so she ended up having to sort of hide out for a month because she was so scared about this. So i think thank you guys. Thank you both so much for listening to us and let us know about it. Know wish you the best way terrible. Thank you very much for both. Yeah mark morris. So i'll let you know. Okay okay thank you. We got more coming up. John and ken. Kfi ken show continues. John kobylt ken chiampou. Kfi forty five everywhere on the iheartradio app. Everything's in place for next hour. We do the voice line people. We do have a hack for the dumpster. How about that. The mob members will come in forget the pandemic are they gonna wear those nylon stockings on their head. The mask in place to keep the vets right. We don't want any this weekend so it kind of looks like mask on and then you put the night on over the hold there. Hold it in. Yeah to secure it in place because it's really It's really. That's what roberts would do in movies for years ago. I remember seeing the movies. They put a mask over their head right. The bank robbers issue look really scary to know. I had a dog once that swallowed my nylons. It was terrible ahead. Haas had put the dog in the hospital head to get it out recoup it out. Yes but it took. It took a while. They had to give the dog a lot of medication. The dog was on steroids. Had some some issues. Maybe like pica like you'd like women who eat sox injury. The steroids made the dog super hungry. And the dog ate my nylons. It was the craziest thing. There'd be careful about where they no. Hey quickly welcome to la. The home of garcetti. In la county da. George gas going off your heard this story but a star player for the baltimore ravens. Jimmy smith came to town the other night. Lax with his family. They got in a car went to their hotel. They got tailed and robbed immediately. Welcome chase yup from the whoever did it follow them from the airport. Must have maybe know who he was that he might have money or stuff with them and he was he Telling the world on social media what he was doing. I didn't give a lot of details of that robbed at gunpoint after being followed from lax to a hotel. Well you're gonna find out that if they ever catch the guy and they probably won't he's not going to get charged if he gets charged is not gonna spend much time in prison exact. All this stuff is encouraged now. It's a punchline right it's Just a fridge a free. Grab big story. This afternoon is kind of a bit of a head shaker. Because vaccination supply verses eligible vaccinated population not matching up to well here in california. We did report last that there are many people concerned that the new age priority that the state went to a while back so that sixty started with seventy five hundred sixty five and older is eligible for vaccines was leaving out. People that had underlying conditions people that were younger than sixty five who might have really severe health conditions. Felt like hey what about me. I'm in danger here. That's who's dying from corona virus. It is people older than sixty five. But it's also people with terrible underlying health conditions so they made the announcement this afternoon that people who are between the ages of sixteen and sixty four who have what they call these conditions that are high risk for morbidity and for the roy talapity will be eligible for the vaccine We're talking about people that have. Chronic pulmonary disease chronic kidney disease of stage four above cancers people that have compromised immune systems pregnancy sickle cell disease heart conditions heart failure coronary artery disease severe obesity type two diabetes things like that will now be but not until march fifteenth will be eligible to get the vaccine so a lot of people who have bad habits are going to get rewarded. That's right you did bring that up last week. Forgot about yes. So the smokers get get the vaccine. I have who have eaten to excess for decades now. They're severely obese and they gave themselves diabetes. Hey here's a prize. You get the vaccine. I you healthy. People who lived right worked out eight to eight. The proper foods survive cove may mean nothing if you get it. Yeah but what. Why don't i get the protection. Why can't she their prize for doing the right thing. Why is there a price for you. Wrong peter i don't know i don't have any problems that we know of this misperception that because you eat a steak every day. It's good to have that colonoscopy mercy what's in there you're gonna be dead at all. It's a good medical theory. Oh steak well. You're going to die. Friday one gigantic paula. By if i do. I'm going to name him after you look thank you and put it in a jar if they remove it with me on a shelf at our office but the point here is we don't have the vaccines You know maybe a month when this goes into effect we might have millions more but now that adding people to the ability list and they're opening up all these nations sites and the rating effects aids yet. But there's a story here and news. Garcetti shuffling their feet going. Just don't fixings. Nobody gave us vaccines. I don't know where the vaccines gotta shut everything down. It's like no all the other media sources and the governments are saying. You guys got an extra two point seven million. That's what they're reporting. Are they wrong. As the cdc wrong. Nobody i've all these reporters. I mean new. Some today had another press conference and reporters are asking. Well how come it's closed in. La dodger stadium. Vaccines what are you going to do. The same thing with garcetti scenes what are you gonna do. Read your own damn publications. Your own network. Look at the websites. Well it says we got two point seven million. There's numbers on a piece of paper there again. There's reality l. A. city wall can't get vaccines to dodger stadium. There just aren't any whether or not there's two point seven million on pay that means in their hand newsom who's not sending distributing improperly and these getting protection. This is more at his gone through lectly don't they. I don't think they come from the state. I i read the state's not really a middleman the d- vastly directly to the low. The governor ultimately the governor is responsible. Somebody has to be responsible. So the governor he he takes credit when things go well in this system and nobody says well i mean the and these people are representing news outlets that are reporting the of the reality. They're reporting that there are millions of vaccines going unused losing and by the way. This has been the same story now for six weeks six freakin weeks and everybody pretends that other not really there. Yeah i know my station says there. Yeah i know my My my website says they're there but they're not really there so i'm not gonna ask him see. Here's a complaint. Yoga pants brought this up. Apparently earlier in the week according to the fresno bee fresno county's allocation was doubled to nineteen thousand doses. This week last week. The county got eight thousand doses. Do you know what l. a. Got sixteen thousand doses. Okay said we got nine hundred thousand the week before this is unacceptable so change the system or learn that other cities with smaller populations are receiving more doses than our entire county with a larger population. Newsome's the governor changed the system. There are standing rally. Goes in oregon. Do you all set. It was getting it fixed when biting took over biden. Said he's got a plan. I gotta plan. What's the plan. So why are you sending so much to fresno in la s. This is newsom said typical fashion. Everything's dynamic it. Depends upon what the state of california gets again. The state doesn't have those vaccines the federal government distribute these vaccines through their networks. So that's how they end up in the city and the county use of the state right state is not the middleman apparently directly on the federal government to providers saints only do with the seasonal flu vest. So you call them and say we've gotta fix this. We have nothing in la and where all the hidden ones. Where's the two and a half billion that's missing see. This is a chance for newsom to say. Hey not my fault must be somebody else. trump trump's gone. I guess i don't know and then all the all the newspapers and tv stations are covering for him. The networks are covering for him. This is not going in the other states. All right how about that. This is not going on in the other states. Some states felt they were short. They're not. I'm looking at percentage of shots. Used here okay. But i'm just saying. I've been reading stories at some other. Governors are complaining. they're running vaccine new york. i know had to shut down some faculty. he's got row. How does that get zero. Maybe maybe go to fresno county your you go up to sonoma's maybe they have extra seats. This could be cleared up. This is remember they got a gps chip and all the boxes and they have a barcode on everything so everybody should know where vaccines are. This is yes this nonsense. We got more coming up. John and ken their lion. Kfi nora the. John and ken show john kobylt and ken chiampou. Kfi am six. Forty live everywhere. On the iheartradio app. I recall petition signatures coming up versus vaccinations news about the recall. A couple of things going on you might wanna hear about get the moist. Line people to roll in here. We're going to hack for the dumpster. All that's coming up the five o'clock hour. We're gonna play some audio again from the white house. Press secretary of the spoke hole for biden. Is jen psaki. This concerns the open border. I don't know if a lot of people are following this very closely but you would not believe what's going on at the by the way the biden people have already set up tents because it's being overrun again. The virus are coming here in big numbers. I heard that the arrest last month with highest in ten years seventy eight thousand arrests in january at the border they are coming in by the tens of thousands because they think biden is going to give protection. Well guess what he did. Remember trump policy which was a good one. If you're looking for asylum you gotta stay in mexico over time to hear your case. Well biden's reversing that they're coming in a upwards of twenty five thousand people it will be leading to the united states and told to come back for their asylum hearing which they don't they probably because most of the people who get an asylum hearing lose because getting asylum is a very specific set of and judges a strict. So most of the time if you show up for the hearing you're going to get the boot so they don't show up for the hearing. It's it's just an open borders policy. That's what biden is done. He's got an open borders policy and all the things trump solved. He's opened up again. And now we're going to be responsible for all these people so this is the audio of the white house. Press secretary trying to explain this problem. That is clearly going on at the border. What i was referring to was the data of how many people versus how many people are coming into the country. And as i mentioned yesterday the day before it is the vast majority are turned away at the border. They can give you more specific numbers on that and that is not i. Guess what you're perhaps seeing if you're looking at a portion of the border but what they are tracking in terms of numbers and data This is why we continue to convey that. This is not the time to come. The president is committed to putting in place in partnership with our department of homeland security in a moral and humane process for processing capacity ornamented. Right on it means. We're just not equipped to process people at the race. The pace that we would like to Yeah she claims they're turning away the vast majority of people showing up at the border but clearly just being overrun of putting up tents to house them. But there's such a huge number. It doesn't matter if you're stopping the majority see. That's a cheap weasel phrase because lead the president of mexico. Andress manuel lopez obrador said. That migrants believed the borders are open under biden. Clearly and that's why she stumbled in her answer. How do you explain that. The word is getting out there. That people should come here. They're going to get into the us because it doesn't matter what biden says it matters what he does. What did trump do trump sealed. The bar border off in various ways. Yeah he stopped the asylum process. He was building a wall. He got mexico. Caravan stop caravans from honduras and el salvador Did concrete things. It doesn't matter what you say or didn't say we're sending out the word at what she said she goes. Oh no we're telling them now is not the time to come boy. That's now is not. i know she's a weasel. She knows what she's doing. She knows it's an open border policy. But you can't say it. So this is what makes me crazy but but now suddenly the networks are all timid right. The networks are not pressing her. They clearly have an open border policy. There's no sent everybody down. There with trump was president to engage is. What is this terrible treatment. They're getting but now they do not want open borders. Most americans did not vote for biden to get open borders when we come back. It's five o'clock which means we'll give you the numbers on the recall versus the vaccination so we got some recall news to talk about then. We'll have our visit for the moist. Sign people. We gotta hacking dumpster to john and ken. Kfi debra mark has news.

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