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Fresh update on "andrew" discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:26 min | 11 min ago

Fresh update on "andrew" discussed on Here & Now

"To vote like this anywhere rather than putting it in the mailbox about 950,000 Marylanders have voted by mail so far, bringing the total number of early ballots cast in the state. Almost 1.1 million. For NPR News. I'm Emily Sullivan. In Baltimore. National Security adviser Robert O'Brien and the administration's hostage affairs envoy were defending Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's recent actions on Syria. This after the mother of a journalist who went missing their accusers secretary of being an obstacle to her son's release. Who's NPR's Michelle Kelemen? Deborah Tie, says she believes that Pompeo is undermining President Trump's critical outrage to Syria to finders on Austin, who's been missing for eight years. Last week, Pompeo made clear the US won't change US policy to get him home. But the administration's envoy for hostage affair says it was Pompeo who authorized him to go to Syria and hold the first U. S diplomatic engagement in 10 years. National security advisor. O'Brien says Pompeo has played a critical role in the administration's efforts to bring US citizens home AKI campaign issue for Trump O'Brien ads that he and the president have full confidence that the secretary will continue to do that. Michelle Kelemen. NPR NEWS Washington This is NPR. Live from the news on Paul Land core. Several San Francisco officials are denouncing an online attack against to school board members Kkot Shannon Lin reports. Facebook video was posted last week in response to the San Francisco Board of Education's unanimous vote to temporarily suspend Lowell highs, merit based emissions process. The video shows a person burning photos of board members Gabriella Lopez and Allison Collins. Both women had swat because and no to Nazism in sf USD Photoshopped on their pictures. Commissioner Lopez condemned the attack, saying that she and Collins were both women of color were singled out for their vote. I'll take their criticism out of the open to discussing with anyone, in fact, but what I will not take his abuse and this is abuse, A 24 year old man named Andrew Tong took responsibility for the post, saying that he didn't mean Incite violence and has since taken the post down. I'm Shannon Lin news. Hewlett Packard and Hewlett Packard Enterprise have reached a settlement with the US Labor Department over allegations All our apologies. We seem to have lost the transmission with these Paul Land Court will try.

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New York Jets are not trying to trade Quinnen Williams

The Instigators with Andrew Peters and Craig Rivet

00:18 sec | 2 hrs ago

New York Jets are not trying to trade Quinnen Williams

"Rich Cimini is reporting that the New York Jets are not trying to trade defensive lineman Quinn and Williams before the November 4th trade deadline. Williams was the third overall pick in the 2019 NFL draft and his more tackles for a loss. 27 games, and he did his entire rookie season. The Cincinnati Enquirer is reporting that former Bills guard quit in Spain

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Fresh update on "andrew" discussed on Joe DeCamara and Jon Ritchie

Joe DeCamara and Jon Ritchie

00:47 min | 20 min ago

Fresh update on "andrew" discussed on Joe DeCamara and Jon Ritchie

"We'll deal with her later, John. Yeah. I mean, you got 10 and you got to H is Yeah, Well, I think that's two parts. That's Ah, You're going, baby John thinks ain't good. I'm going identical twins baby then but their club clothes answer. Close answers related. Congratulations to Justin. With the answer off, eh? Baby. Have a wonderful rest of the day. John Markson. I creased up next. We'll talk tomorrow on 94 W This's Andrew bogus, with a radio dot com sportsman in most of you probably still don't know the name Mitchell Miller. I didn't know we existed until yesterday. Mitchell Miller was the Arizona Coyotes fourth round pick three weeks ago. A complete non story for most of us until the Arizona Republic reported yesterday that a 14 year old Miller admitted in Ohio Cord toe bullying an African American classmate with developmental disabilities. This was not one bad decision. It was long lasting physical and verbal abuse that Miller imposed on Isaiah Meier brothers. This is not about forgiveness or second chances. It's about the Coyotes blatant hypocrisy because just last month they were celebrating their chief executive being picked for Elite League committee dedicated to stopping racism in the sport. And then Arizona used a draft pick on a white teenager had repeatedly harassed a black classmates. As a pro. You've got what it takes to do your job. But for some jobs,.

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New York City to begin one-time opt-in for switch to blended learning

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:53 sec | 9 hrs ago

New York City to begin one-time opt-in for switch to blended learning

"Parents in New York City whose kids are now learning remotely and would like to switch them to at least partial in classroom instruction will have just one chance to make that switch. The first two weeks of November will be the only time that families will be able to make the change from full remote to blended learning if they don't On their student will be fully remote for the entire school year, which is a change from what we originally had said over the summer. We think that this is better for the sake of stability for all students for families and educators, But state Senator Andrew Gone, Artist says Reducing the opt in periods from 1 to 4 makes it easy on just one group administrators. This is nothing In an attempt for the deal. We can make their lives easier at the expense of making the lives of parents and working families much more difficult. This is yanking the rug out from parent or in 280,000. Students are attending school in person as part of the city's blended

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Fresh update on "andrew" discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:01 min | 53 min ago

Fresh update on "andrew" discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"I think that Jane mentioned that they had gotten a deal. Dak. I think if that's the case I think decision is made a lot easier because he's franchise quarterback is good as he gets back from this injury, they're stuck with it but the fact of the matter is now that they have so way, what does he look like after the injury and? Is it worth thirty, eight, forty million dollars or is it better off that we go and draft a quarterback and that we pay that quarterback over the next five years basically what we pay back in one year and so now they have what they're also realizing how hard it is to go. Just find some quarterback and hope that he's GonNa like oh Look how hard it is to find a rookie quarterback percents a couple of years ago. Three years away from having some success but this a team that got Tony Romo Deck Prescott they got Tony Roma's on Draft Guy Dak Prescott late fourth round pick. You can't tell me that again like us three sitting here right now would say, yeah, I don't want to roll the dice on that side deck but who's to say that within the organization they're not like we can do this again we'll find another quarterback. Oh sure. Absolutely they wanted Paxton Lynch. It would have been disaster. They can see them saying that they wanna Paxton Lynch and they wanted Connor Cook in the fourth round and they got him taken up pick before they went him but I do think that it's interesting when you look at Darnold Mayfield are two guys who are now considered not as good as Josh Allen and Lamar Jackson who went well after them in the first round of that draft and so that's why. I find it interesting when people are saying, oh, just fields trevor. Lawrence? They're great. Go get them and just let walk I. Think the I think the cowboys know enough to go that's still such a gamble that the only way they're willing bad will no no here I'm not GonNa let you finish that Okay Okay Do. Not Dare to Lawrence in the rest of that that. No ever Lawrence if they get one, they're drafting Trevor Lawrence Trevor Lawrence is a once in ten year prospect. He don't you dare put him. Okay. Okay. Now. Okay. So we're going to have to fight. That's fine. Trevor Lawrence is to me like he's the same prospect coming out that Andrew Lock was which Andrew Luck was a really good quarterback. Andrew Luck Andrew Luck was a really good quarterback I don't think that Andrew Luck even before he got hurt ever played up to a level that has played for the last year and a half. and. So it's still a get. You would have walked away for Andrew Luck to, and then it would have been the same thing you wouldn't have gotten. There's Trevor Lawrence I'm sure we'll be a good quarterback but I mean, his floor could be good. quarterback and ceiling could be hall of Famer, but it has less to do with doc being this. This Montana this you know Troy Aikman and for me, it has more to do with the same thing that you get with. Patrick. Patrick. Mahomes. They are true leaders in the locker room. It's natural for them. They galvanized without like. You know being the prick, the galvanize without you know pointing the finger at other people they just they. They lead by example and I think they are infectious room and I think finding that is so hard and the way that doc did that like I said, I mean. Tony. Romo was the guy guys that we're frustrated with Tony Romo with the guy in the end. But for him, just to be able to like literally take that locker room the way that he did and it was it was so evidence that they never even let Tony Compete for that job back. I mean that that to me is the heart that's the secret sauce that you might for you can't find I just think the biggest knock on him is GonNa be. How good is this ankle and foot and do we wanna you know Lena like now there's a doubt. The cowboys had doubts in their heads before about overpaying. This is going to be really decision to make know that's that's why I say I think if they go that direction and they're willing to gamble on a rookie then gambling on a rookie I think was The fact that they're not comfortable anymore with where Dak. Prescott healthwise and I think that if you see them make that pick and you see them going get a quarterback at the top of the draft that to them means that Dak Prescott. Not. WHO Isn't an place anymore healthwise that they thought he could be. Okay I just got throw us Let this go bobby you know I can't stuff go I love Dak, and I want him to be their quarterback forever but seriously. Deck is Andrew Luck never played that level. Fourteen forty twenty six interception. Put Him behind this offensive line with Ezekiel Elliott needs wide receivers stop nope. nope. nope. nope. Changes. nope. Jesse's covered. She's just dialing back in what? For Hugh. Dare. Tabasco captain of the Dak Fan Club is weighing in on like here we go. No Gene. Comparing some awful like Andrew Luck was the man I know I know he he hung it up early and whatnot, but Andrew Luck if he's continues to play as winning at least one super bowl and I believe the same thing Lawrence. Post injury now like I, mean I don't think Po. Post injury he like he didn't have the arm strength anymore he was a solid quarterback, but he had strict anything. I'll give you that he. I think because I was there for the game when he came back and watch that season. Sidelines for CBS. I. Think he really like that that injury rocked to his core and that's I think the one thing that worries me about doc is how much this injury is GonNa rock him. I also think that if there's anybody who is. Resilient enough to not have rock them. It's going to be back. I mean there's for it's it's been as entire career. He he's had that sort of thing but I I mean I will say that I think that. What it I don't think it's a coincidence that the last two weeks you're kind of sensing some locker turmoil as soon as he's removed from keeping that stability and I think that not just what he gives you on the field what they know he gives you with his leadership and things like that that he's healthy and they're confident in his health I don't see how they can justify going well as much as we had leadership issues and chemistry. Issues let's not just remove this player from it. Let's just permanently remove the leadership and the stability gave I just Oh, I have to agree with that I completely agree and I mean they're not getting the number one, pick any with that'll be the jets and then Sam Darnold will go to the Patriots and Bill Belichick trade for them with like a seventh rounder and special teams linebacker, and then he'll win five more super bowls with him but. I do think that if they're at number two or something and they take justin fields or they take the Byu cameras name Wilson. Then I think that it's indicative that they clearly aren't comfortable with his health. How many games we have left in the season and we're already talking about this team tanking and. Yeah we have. We have player fault. Jane did you watch the Games? It's their fault. BLAME THEM DON'T BLAME US I mean, and that's the thing I think that we're already going to start Not Teen tank on purpose like you know I heard Brad Sham make this point. Theory in the last couple of years is related to the cowboys. Are you know what the team tank theory wasn't on purpose because they were fighting till the end trying to get into playoffs but it worked in two thousand fifteen and they reset in two thousand sixteen and we're like, Oh, here's a huge talent pool that now we've restocked roster for the. Next four years. That's a good point too because I think people see ages how bad things are right now and they're dislike this team's GONNA be bad for three or four years or whatever no. You have another draft like this past year with the Ohio, there'll be drafted and if he does come back and he's even close to what he was before. You. Can turn it around you. You can't tell me I'm sure people involved with like so. Are you on the phone with Mike,.

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Gov. Andrew Cuomo: COVID-19 Infection Rates Decreasing In New York Micro-Clusters

Sports Talk with Jason and Ed

00:35 sec | 19 hrs ago

Gov. Andrew Cuomo: COVID-19 Infection Rates Decreasing In New York Micro-Clusters

"Governor Andrew Cuomo is taking issue with the Trump administration, which says you can't control the Corona virus. Lisa G reports, the governor said New York had a high cove it infection rate but has learned to control the virus. Especially now, with micro clusters. It is Covad wack, a mole. One pops up, Bang one pops up bang when pops up bang, Cuomo said. The White House doesn't want to do aggressive testing because they don't want to hear about positive cases He had a masks are an important tool in fighting the virus, and New Yorkers set the example on being the first state to mandate wearing masks.

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Fresh "andrew" from 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:35 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh "andrew" from 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

"Issue in company and other factors not available in all states. Download the radio dot com app and listen to us anytime anywhere alone. News all the time. This is 10 10 wins. You give us 22 minutes. We'll give you the world. Good afternoon 55 degrees. It's 12 40. I'm Susan Richard, and here's what's happening. Deblasio is asking New Yorkers to stay home for the holidays. Details coming up with our Juliet Papa 30. Cops injured in protest Ng over the police shooting death of a black man in Philadelphia. Today's the day the leader of the Nexium cold learns his fate for holding women as sex slaves. A federal judge rejects the idea. The government standing in for the president as the defendant in the lawsuit filed by the woman who says Donald Trump raped her decades ago. 10 10 win Zach you whether mostly cloudy today the high 60 This is Andrew Rodeo. Bloomberg. Ryan's in Kobe cases hit US consumer confidence and that's hitting the market right now. The Dow Down 115. Now T Mobile wants to help you cut your cable TV cord. Quinn's news time at 12, 41 traffic and France and Here's Greg Rice. Well, here's what we see on Long Island's Big three Southern state westbound sort of GM up getting out towards the area of Hempstead Avenue word of a crash Long Island Expressway.

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Victoria takes a deep breath and opens up!

Coronacast

04:58 min | 1 d ago

Victoria takes a deep breath and opens up!

"I'm health reported Teigen Tyler Physician and Journalists Dr Norman Swan on this really important for all pride. Victorians. Chief see the twenty seventh of October. Yes. Finally yesterday in Victoria. The Prima Donna Andrews announced the revised roadmap towards bacteria covid normal and it was a real relief for Victorians and the rest of the nation Norman what sort of the highlights of what Dan Andrews said yesterday because it's the comprehensiveness of the opening up, there is no daily dallying now retail hospitality getting back to work. Yes. There are restrictions on indoor numbers and outdoor numbers. But if you live in New South Wales, you're used to that and that will take a while to loosen up but everything just gets going and later on today the numbers in households will become clearer because that is a high risk environment. But if recycle is anything to go by, you won't really notice it too much and it will loosen up with time zones. There aren't any significant outbreaks. Milestone in starting. To have zero cases and the last time, the state had zero cases when on the ninth of June one hundred and forty days ago. So obviously, there's still probably GONNA be filtering through in the next few days but really, really hot. The. Really hot work that they've been doing paying off you know Sommese. Still be virus in Victoria and you will see the odd cluster popping up as indeed they do new South Wales, but eventually, it will get down to almost zero spread. So it's it's fantastic news. But the premiums, right it's constant vigilance is what's required covered normal does not be normal covered normal means social distancing means not getting together to large numbers too. Early it needs ring really careful at home in means continuing to wear masks outside so. Lucky. That they've got mandated masks. New South doesn't yet. You know hair salons can do services when the clients wearing face covering corona cast listeners will remember that we covered the story in a few weeks ago a few months ago I can't remember now but the flat tackle that's right. The in united. States swear to positive here salon workers did not pass the virus onto their clients by wearing masks insisting that their clients wear masks. So it's really important. So these things will protect US moving forward. One of the things that really stood out to me went any Landrus is talking about what the new normal looks like is how much the rest of the country can learn from this because in places that aren't. Victoria and you South Wales. It's been quite a long time since it's been a lot of virus circulating in the community that we know about at least and I know from my own experience living in Queensland that I think there's a lot of complacency that's crept in and it's probably a good time to just refocusing guy this isn't normal life. We still got a kate how God's up try and it could come in to come in on a ship from overseas. You've already seen problems in western. Australia nobody is particularly safe the risk of spread by open borders and I was extremely low, but it does mean we've all got to be careful moving forward. At some point, international borders are going to have to open up we're going to have to learn what covered normal actually means now new South Wales are ready to move in. You saw the football matches you. It doesn't feel to abnormals in in in in New South Wales, and that's the real feeling in Victoria but I think those two states are better prepared for this. Than the other states and we've got to open up the borders and people just will have to be more careful definitely in Australia where in a much better position than other parts of the world where covered normally is no in knee normal live, and in the states, this disease control have expanded their definition of what a close contact means in terms of someone's ability. To spread the virus if they had this definition by the way, these definitions are fairly arbitrary based on evidence. That's not necessarily very solid. So they had a similar a criterion to us which right at the beginning of the pandemic was sh- you might remember which is he going to be within a couple of meters of somebody for fifteen minutes to have a significant. Chance of passing this on and what we know now is the aerosol spread the lows that's be contravened indoor environments but no the redefined were close contact is if you just think about that as the means of spread and there's no question that a lot of spread is through contact and what they've found is that in fact, you can be in close contact with somebody. Over a twenty, four hour period repeatedly. So it's not just a fifteen minute window. It's actually multiple occasions and it comes from correctional facilities where they've shown that tired the infection was probably cumulative infection over a period of time. So it's no longer fifteen minutes. It's still two meters in the case of the United States, but it can be over twenty four hour period not just one fifteen minute window. So multiple short episodes of content

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Fresh update on "andrew" discussed on WBZ Midday News

WBZ Midday News

00:43 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "andrew" discussed on WBZ Midday News

"Of votes already cast. President Trump and former vice president Joe Biden are sparring over the elections defining issue the Corona virus pandemic. The bottom line is Donald Trump is the worst possible president. Worst possible person. Try to lead us through this pandemic. He said that he doesn't do these kind of rallies because they covet. You know, physical so he doesn't do that because nobody shows up. That's what official the ABC News Washington Well, the president tweeted out just a little while ago. A big thank you to The Boston Herald. The Herald endorsing him for a second term in the White House, The Boston Globe throwing its support behind Joe Biden, and we're coming up on 12 38 Joining us now live over at Bloomberg. It's Andrew O'Day. Conference boards. October mentor of consumer confidence shows an unexpected slip Laurie fueled in large part by the new national spike in covert cases following that stock indexes are splitting it now. Right now, Losing 121 has to be 500 down to NASDAQ, though Gaming 60 Even as the U. S economy suffers with 11 million fewer jobs right now than pre Cove it one kind of job is actually hotter than before the pandemic. Enberg Analysis finds that they were one and a quarter million warehouse workers in September, 46,000 Mohr than in February. Prompted by the explosion in e commerce today, Amazon announces its hiring 100,000 more seasonal workers ahead of the holidays to work chiefly in warehouses as well as delivery vehicles. And you wrote a Bloomberg business on W. B..

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Doin' Good by Grasses

In Defense of Plants Podcast

06:07 min | 2 d ago

Doin' Good by Grasses

"All new to me like the past five years of been. that. It's been my job as technician but it's been an education as well and you know doing the various projects and they're a really came to understand too that these grasses are also a lot of the food we eat. You know like corn is an Ghani. So. It would really fascinating and also you know how ecosystems that they dominate learning about the prairies system and the Tigris vary system here what it what it was and I just I didn't have that appreciation before it's it's kind of it's really sad to think about like most of its gone. But what's left is I feel I don't I? Feel like there's just something. So magical about like a remnant prairie especially like in the Midwest, I don't know if he's been to the Flint hills in Kansas unfortunately I haven't and I'm dying to get out there I recommend that even just for like a weekend trip or something it's just so cool I mean it's from song words like where the Buffalo Roam like literally you're standing on Kaban Hill and as far as you can see is just you know grasses and and Bison That's nice. You can hear it with the way you talk about it and it's something that You know when people get bitten by the quote unquote bug of sort of just prairie or grassland ecosystems even if it's not grasses at the focus, it isn't magical thing and then unfortunately you do have that realization like Oh God it's all gone practically but I still get chills when I walk into a remnant prairie I mean if you walk along an old railway or something like that you realize. What this is not fell to plow ever you know it's it's an amazing experience and it makes you appreciate it and I said this since I've moved here. It's almost like the lack of prairie and realize realization people have about what we've done to. It makes people more passionate about a and some of the most passionate botanist biologists, ecologists I know are grassland ecologist. You know these people that spend all their time trying to understand and even try to restore these ecosystems. Yeah. Some of the people that I work with like if I'm in the field collecting and stuff i. I. Tend to kind of go towards protected areas in state parks and such and most of the time people are so helpful and interested and passionate even if they don't know that much about grasses when they. Know when I asked them if they'd like to join a long or something there'd be just so into it. But yeah, I I wish more people in the general public kind of understood the importance of grasses and General I? mean. Sometimes when I tell people I, work on grasses, asking questions about their lawn. A. Yeah. Yeah. Speaking of we were talking before we started recording of. I get a lot of lawn care specialists trying to promote like net. You don't understand what the goal of this podcast is. A well. But it's cool that you dove into this and you found a passion for grasses and and you know whether you truly sort of start to understand them or not like it no matter where you are on that scale, you realize it's a world that you open up. So many doors of discovery and like you said, there's everything from the food we eat to the species that form the backbone of major ecosystems on this planet. You know this is a really important group of grasses and I mean I was embarrassed when he sent that email I started looking I, was like Oh Yeah I. Don't I don't pay enough attention to this and I looked up Andrew Guinea. I really need to because there's a lot of species that are really important things I know things I should probably know a bit better I mean this is a large group and it's really cool one to have fallen into which is a Yeah and they're also beautiful like bigly stem and little. Like this time a year. They're gorgeous and you know I'm really big into like native RV to. Especially, after reading Doug amies latest spoke earlier this year I've started kind of like a string, all my and family. Native but. But I you know even like in Missouri Illinois, you don't even have to try hard to find really gorgeous plants the other native here. Just you know we barely have to do with new yard like I planted a bunch of grass and little bluestone earlier this year is. That's really exciting and it is beautiful and it's something that I think needs to be demonstrated more. So Kudos for setting up sort of like an aesthetic. Gardner. I'm assuming you know and I don't i. wish I could really kind of think back to my early days of thinking about what a grassland would look like or would my perceptions are expectations of it were because it's never the case and its till this day when I get into different types of grasslands I'm always surprised that the structure the. Complexity and just the overall feel of what it's like to have different species of grass oftentimes within close proximity to each other and again, a lot of those are Andro Guinea. So what makes this group? So special I mean you mentioned there's a lot of them. Some of them are really important for crops in our society but there are also from an ecosystem standpoint really important. I mean, is that Kinda what the motivation of working with the Andrew Bogan e is because there's there's other graph groups out there. Yeah. at the Danforth Center you know the big mission there is to work to to feeding the world population with the effects of climate change, growing relations and stuff like that. So a lot of the work there is food focus, but I definitely come from a more conservation approach with that I'm just more passionate about it but. Yes. So these grasses you know there's the big four in various here so that it makes up three of those switch grass dean grasp wisdom. The pretty dominant. Yeah and their mode of photosynthesis while SOC- for really efficient and fixing carbon emissions and the water efficiency

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Why did Victoria hesitate to remove restrictions?

Coronacast

05:29 min | 2 d ago

Why did Victoria hesitate to remove restrictions?

"We've been holding our breath until yesterday for an announcement on as restrictions in Victoria but it didn't come even though the fourteen day average rolling average is now down below five, which was the threshold of opening up. So why has the Premier Daniel Andrews delayed announcing an easing of restrictions as we said, many times on Krona casts that average of five is not really a terribly meaningful figure and as you get done to low numbers, what counts is in fact, the outbreak status of the virus. and. He you got this outbreak in the northern suburbs. Kind of reprises what happened at the beginning of the second wave in that corridor and the uncertainty that comes with it. So I, think you can take a kind of conspiracy theory to this that it's not being transparent or you can actually imagine what's going on there and I suspect this is taking advantage of the situation that we're still in lockdown taking advantage in a good way or in a bad way. Neither really it's more that the don't fully what's going on. It's clear from a few things that we've seen this probably started with the hospital break and then spread to the suburbs, and it just shows yet again can start from small beginnings. This is quite a significant outbreak. They think they know where every getting it from and they've tied at down but that's the key question. The irony here is that if this happened two weeks from now, let's say for example, yesterday they announced the lifting of restrictions and you've got this outbreak two weeks from now there's no way they would have reimposed lockdown. They were done their best to cope with it. I think what they're doing is being simply pragmatic in the saying okay. We've got lockdown going. Let's just not lifted up quite yet tour. Absolutely sure. We've got this nailed because there's no going back from here and I really think it's as simple as that unless we're not getting the full story I just think it's we can't go back. Let's keep it going the other thing that they might be. Thinking about here is chemical back to where we came into the story back in June. July which is if you remember rightly they ring thirty six suburbs I it was ten post codes, but that didn't work back then but they didn't have mask wearing and the weren't very restricted really at that point. So it's not surprising that didn't work but are they thinking right now that they might actually. Continue the lockdown in the northern suburbs of Melbourne and everywhere else go I mean that would be difficult thing for them to do politically and a very difficult thing emotionally and psychologically for a lot of Melburnians. So I suspect it's buying them at a time just to make sure they've got it nailed they've been through a lot of pain already you could imagine that you wouldn't want to throw it away. If you thought that there was the potential for it to flip back up again but it's big ask and you said before Norman that perhaps we need more transparency from Victoria, what do you mean by that I think is more transparency now than there was, but you just get the feeling sometimes you're not getting the whole story. And when you shoot probably be getting more information than you are but I suspect that they. Simply. Don't know I mean the most kind explanation is probably the most pragmatic which is. CONTACT TRACING IS PR- getting pretty good on Fridays are in breakfast which I was hosting I interviewed professor. Yoon. Wallace who runs contact tracing he was talking through how they really do feel the this. The concentration has improved locked and I specifically asked him about this northern suburbs break and he felt that they didn't fight have that under control. So the feeling pretty optimistic on Fridays or something's happened Friday and Sunday, but it may just be that they didn't have all the information and they just won't that another couple of days in lockdown. So we know that coronavirus isn't the only health problem facing people in Victoria because we're human beings and we're dealing with all sorts of things and one of the really big things that perhaps we should be giving. More, attention to on corona cost is the mental health side of things. We've had a question or comment from someone who lives in Melbourne saying the haven't left home since July, and now they're afraid to go out not because I might get covid nineteen. But because they're afraid of what they'll find in the world will their favorite shops and cafes be shutdown will be taming the Christmas shoppers or will they be ghost town? Everyone's wearing mosques they to Costra phobic Agra phobic self-conscious traumatized to contemplate it. So how do they explain that they still can't leave they? Even though they not locked down and how do they get help I'm so sorry to hear this comments and I suspect you're not alone. But you need help. I knew actually help very quickly because what you're showing signs of is really quite an of a serious anxiety issue. And you've got to actually get that sorted out and you can get it sorted out by speaking to a psychologist and entering into some cognitive behavioral therapy with a psychologist can talke through this get down to the bottom of your thought processes and really readjust you're thinking you should not continue to feel like this. First of all is agony for you. Secondly, there's no shame in it, and thirdly there is help. So the best thing I can probably suggest. Is the beyond blue coronavirus helpline where they will be able to find you help and that's on one, eight, hundred, five, one, two, three, four, eight, one, eight, hundred, five, one, two, three, four, eight. If that doesn't help

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Patriots Activate Center David Andrews Off IR, Boston

WBZ Morning News

00:41 sec | 2 d ago

Patriots Activate Center David Andrews Off IR, Boston

"Like to get back to the 500 mark with a win against former backup Jimmy Garoppolo in the 40 Niners. New England's dropped there last to San Francisco's three and three after last Sunday's winning Instagrams, the break periods of activated center David Andrews off the I. R. He missed last three games of the broken from B. C's offense on fire against Georgia Tech. The Eagles 48 points the most They've scored in a game this season. They improved to foreign to fill Djurkovic with a pair of touchdowns in 94 rushing yards. Credito offense, allot of how we ran the ball. David ran really hard Travis in there, They just they just hit the holes and often line gave it to them. I think we could have run the ball pretty much every play well this the top bank loans for next week. Game

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Pence's chief of staff tests positive for COVID-19

Hollywood 360

00:32 sec | 2 d ago

Pence's chief of staff tests positive for COVID-19

"Vice President Mike Pence plans to maintain an aggressive campaign schedule this despite Mr Pence's exposure to his chief of staff, mark Short, who tested positive for the Corona virus. The vice president's office says. Under CDC criteria, Mr Pence is considered a close contact of his chief of staff but won't quarantine Mr Pence's office says the vice president doesn't have to quarantine because he's considered an essential worker correspondent Andrew Stewart, the vice president. Tested negative Saturday. More than six

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Breaking Down the Final Debate

Squawk Pod

06:03 min | 4 d ago

Breaking Down the Final Debate

"Want to get straight to of course the big story I don't know how late you stayed up but I stayed up to the very end president trump and vice president biden facing off last night in their final debate of before the election joining us right now to focus on the issues that matter most your money pollster and political strategist Frank Luntz Frank let's get straight to it some of the top moments from the debate this one from the first hour take a look at this. They said. Elected if he's elected, the stock market will crash. Say. Very quickly. The idea that the stock market is booming this is only measuring what's happening where I come from his scranton and climb on the people don't live off the stock. Market. So, branch I. Maybe we should start here who won this debate in your mind the mind of the undecided. From One But he did not win by a significant mark. It's not GonNa Change Votes, which is the real question in the real question who's going to win this election and did the debate have an impact? and. The answer is that it it still looks like it's going to be Joe Biden still up Psychic Donald trump ended up being his worst enemy. By the way, there were two separate debates last night. If you watch for the first twenty, twenty, five minutes envy you say that you stayed up late to watch the whole thing the first twenty or twenty five minutes Tom. Trump was calm names collected as answers were. Seis, you actually had to lean into listen to him. I was in the hall and I was watching the people around me and they were all sitting forward. Debate went on got more and more agitated with Joe Biden clearly the the idea that there is that the you'd him bothering him and Joe Biden while he did not give answers kind of answers that the public wanted they were good enough. That he did well enough that I don't think it changes the trajectory though. What does your another clip right now and then I wanna walk through what what you thought about it and what those around you thought about the economy came up again when the candidates made their final case of the night. Success is going to bring us together. We are on the road to success, but I'm cutting taxes and he wants to raise everybody's taxes and he wants to put new regulations on everything. He will kill it if he gets in, you will have a depression, the likes of which you've never seen your 401k's. We'll go to hell and it'll be a very, very sad day for this country. President. Biden. Same question to you. What will you say during your inaugural address to Americans who did not vote for you? How say? I'm an American president. Represent All of you whether you voted for me or against me. And I'm GonNa make sure that you represent. I'M GONNA. Give you. Hope we're going to move. We're GONNA choose science over fiction. WE'RE GONNA CHOOSE HOPE OVER FEAR WE'RE GONNA choose to move forward because they have enormous opportunities, enormous opportunities to make things better. We can grow this economy. So, which was the more effective final a final effort. That encapsulated the election and did not show. The Donald trump chest, your four case will go to help. With Donald Trump being explicit being accusatory. Of being very strong but but being negative. And you had Joe item in the language he used I'm an American President I represent all of you. And that Biden approach I believe is the reason why he's leading in. Anywhere from eight to eleven or twelve percent. Now are undecided looking for answers and we're looking for specifics. Frankly they were looking for solutions to what's going on and they didn't feel Joe Biden provided them, and what I think is happening is that it's a choice tween sonal, you don't want and policy your freedom. Donald Trump still presents himself. In a way that others wondering too I want more more years, BIS versus policies that they don't know at aren't. Clear, and frankly Joe Biden may have to really verify them taxes ever talked about supreme. Ever talked AB- statehood. DC. Or Co now, you're going to jump in. In the end. You believe that Donald Trump himself last night but. I. Go ahead Andrew. Frank. What about I? Mean there were allegations obviously from both sides about corruption The president tried to go hard at several points against vice, President Biden in relation to his son and some of these. Reports or theories depending on. Where you stand about them and then of course vice president. Biden went back at at at at at the president about corruption to some degree or arguing that there was corruption inside his own administration. Did I either lay a hand on each other now because what what went on with hundred buying still never clarified Donald Trump was successful in raising the issue he wasn't successful in prosecuting issue is a big difference. So that our focus group participants, they still understand what hundred didn't don't understand the connection between. This connection between hunter and his father they wanted to know more they were upset. Joe. Bind. Didn't explain more but did change their votes. No. In the end I think that former trump voters and undecided because that debate I think they're gonNA come home but Donald trump needed to to radically change the condition of this race in eleven days the advertising do speeches won't do it. The rallies won't do it. The acts won't do it. So that, you gotta give trump a minor victory because he'll bring a few voters home and it will close the race a little bit. But in the end I think Joe Biden won the

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A Look At The Last Presidential Debate

Monocle 24: The Briefing

08:59 min | 4 d ago

A Look At The Last Presidential Debate

"Last night in Nashville us, President Donald, trump, and the man who hopes to replace him former vice. President Joe Biden debated for the second and final time. In this presidential campaign, it did meet the unexacting challenging challenge Rav of being a less rigidly undignified spectacle than the previous encounter between the candidates portions of it indeed could almost have been mistaken for some sort of discussion of. Policy but did we learn anything from it and is really imaginable that it changed any minds or moved any needles on joined for a thorough examination of last night shenanigans by Monaco's news editor Chris Chumash and US election correspondent, Thomas Lewis, and Chris. First of all to you in the studio of what if anything stuck out for you this time last time it was all about the bickering and name calling what was this one about so to start. With it was simply the news is that there was no not as much and name calling as last time. Frankly I wish we could have three debates like last night's it was actually a substantive debate with quite strong policy differences exposed between the two that were interesting and it also what I what struck me was it signalled how the parties, how both parties have really shifted stances in a couple of different ways. So there was some. Interesting exchanges, for example, even on on foreign policy, which we hadn't heard before on North Korea where trump for example lauded the fact that he had met with North Korea's leader Biden was the one to say you know he would only meet with the North Korean leader if they were preconditions attached, this is a complete reversal compared to Obama and the way that Republicans tend to be the tough one saying they wouldn't meet with leaders in the past. Racism was an interesting discussion on race as well. We're both sort of showed how much the country has shifted by both sort of highlighting the fact that they actually want to be. Put to put it in one way a bit softer on on crime to to be a bit softer particularly on drug crimes things like that that you know in the nineties the US took a very tough stance on and put a lot of black Americans behind bars both sort of highlighted their software. Abilities here in order in order to to cater to that to confront racism in the country. So there are some interesting policy shifts that I found in. Thomas what do you ascribe that difference in tone of this debate to worthy to candidates president trump in particular I guess. Taking a deliberately different approach or had they been backed into it by the changes in format? I think was the certain certainly Andrew. An element of being deliberate by Donald trump particularly because I think it's played so badly for him last time around during this railroading performance that we saw in Cleveland Ohio the start Tobe. So I think it was intentional. On his part and on Joe Biden's parts to I think the intention was to really just hammer home that the failings in the United States that moment essentially trump's fault and trying to tack every little element of it back onto the president as being unable to be an effective leader I thought Donald. Trump, was the one. Who really started coming back to his own talking points and I thought there were two or three kind of quite clear lines there I thought it was clear that Donald Trump was trying to portray himself as this kind of insurgent outsider. Once again, like we saw in twenty sixteen, which struck me as quite. Weird because he has been president for four years of course but it seemed to work for him last time and I think that's something he's not grasping for to try and cement his support within his base. We also saw him try to bring in Joe Biden's son. Hunter. Bite. and have been some fatty sort of suspicious revelations as an emails that actually many people now believe Iraqi the work of disinformation players but he brought that up several times and I, thought the. Moderator Kristen Welker ABC News She did actually pretty well to allow people to respond to the more outrageous things either candidate was saying, but she didn't let that dominates and I thought that really let the debate itself thing really. Well, let's troy rewarding the behavior. He wished to see more of our ye sensible discussion of actual policy. We have a couple of clips from the candidates they talked about immigration. This was what president trump had to say her children are brought here. By coyotes and lots a bad people cartels and they're brought here and they used to use them to get into our country. We now have a stronger borders we've ever had. We're over four hundred miles of brand new wall uc see the numbers and we let people in, but they have to come in legally and they come in through. WAS President Trump for Chris returning to basically the talking point with which he launched his campaign for president in the first place, which was the the specter of mass illegal immigration teaming over the Rio Grande is it still working for him? Well, I think that was what made this interesting because as as he say, immigration has sort of fallen down the list of priorities of concerns of Americans over particularly the last year of course for. Obvious. Reasons the economy taking taking center stage. This sort of exchange between Biden and trump was very interesting for that because it brought it back into the four reminded people perhaps of other things that have happened in Donald Trump's presidency. This clip particularly was about the fact that there are still some five hundred children that have not been able to find their parents. After having been separated at the border. So this was a very frank conversation, a challenge to Donald Trump to talk about his policy, but it was also something that he seemed unapologetic about quite happy to have this discussion because I think as you say, immigration is a topic that launched his campaign. It's been an important topic. He argues that he got the border. Under, control he did also make an interesting common that people could still come legally which I found somewhat interesting as well because it shows that perhaps even he is recognizing you know in many ways this debate, he was a little bit softer and less inflammatory in his rhetoric. Then he has been in the past he did though have also a bizarre. Remark a bit talking just about the children of the border saying, well, they're in very good conditions. They're they're in clean rooms So there's some strange. They're definitely some strange remarks within this but yes, I encourage people to listen to the immigration exchange. Well, this is what Joe Biden had to say on the same subject he's five hundred plus kids came with parents. They separated them at the border to make a disincentive to come to begin with. Bay Real. Tough. We're really strong and guess what they cannot not coyotes didn't bring them over their parents were with them they got separated from their parents. And it makes us a laughing stock in violates every notion of who we are as a nation. Tony swear eleven days out from polling date. Now, obviously, as we know, tens of millions of Americans have voted already, which makes the but the third, slightly less climactic than it may have been in previous years but they're all too contrasting visions. The candidates were trying to pitch here I mean Joe Biden to appropriate the talking point of Value Republican president is is clearly pitching the kinder gentler nation isn't he? He is absolutely and I think. They're actually was as Chris mentioned part of a section where Joe Biden really was really very well, he was interrupted a few times by Dominic shrimp, but he really kept his own and he really came across incredibly forcibly about sort of how opponent idea in principle separating telling children away from patterns at the border really is I that does plays and you say into his this idea that's. Donald. Trump is this sort of aloof man who lives in his own bubble whereas Joe Biden someone and he kept making this point over and over again he kept saying that I don't care if you vote for me if you don't vote for me blue states red state. That's not how I see the United States and I think that was quite effective. Donald trump didn't really seem to. Be He did soften lots of elements of his answers on some topics Chris alluded to but he wasn't really I'd be surprised if legions of new voters now come into Donald Trump's because of his performance last might think we've with Joe. Biden. He did paint nuanced detailed picture of of kind of this person of empathy and in the sort of different nuances in ways that that unfolds through him. And through his agenda for president so I think as you say, the fact that so many people this record number of people have voted or ready that probably does take the steam out a little bit of just how consequentialist debate was last night when we talk because he did at the start about needles moving and and big sort of campaign bombshells happening this late stage I'm not sure. It would have had affect last night, Thomas Lowest Chris show Mac. Thank you both very much for joining us.

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How Doris Burke Became An Accidental Pioneer

The Lead

05:14 min | 4 d ago

How Doris Burke Became An Accidental Pioneer

"We'll. So Dana I can you tell us a little bit about your own relationship with Doris Burke Yeah? I'm Lucky Kavita I. Mean I worked at ESPN for eight years. So Doris was one of the people that I interacted with frequently. I mean we had so much in common with our love for college basketball and we would just chat at games or she shoot me a text. Love that story that you did today you are. You're just you know you did a great job you knocked it out of the park or I would text her. So we've gone back for years and She's just always been the same. That's the coolest thing I can say about Dr is I don't care if she's super popular people are making t-shirts. Drake and all this, and she's still the same that she was when I first met her how would you describe her on air personality and her style in the booth I think what people like about Dr She's She's she's very intelligent and on point about all of her observations, he's got US billy. Donovan says excellent lower body strength and he doesn't reach over. Don't give the official even a window cut the angle. She is not loud. She's not there's no stick to her tough shot contest. Yes. Yes she says something and she really hones in her. She really calls somebody out everyone's Kinda like both. To Me is where Andrew Wiggins has stood in the corners on several possessions. Like steals reporter to. And if you talk to people in the game, they actually say that they they are very respectful of her opinion and they know if she has a problem with something, then there's a problem. We'll Dana you recently wrote a profile on doors for the athletic I. can you tell us a little bit about her background and her early days? She's like a lot of us or at least like me you know kids that grew up just interested in sports. Super. Star Sable. Start Tonight number eleven she moved from Long Island to the Jersey shore to a small town happened to be a park across the street and a basketball hoop and it was like divine intervention right? She hadn't really played a lot of basketball growing up in Long Island. But when she moved, she was young enough that she just that's where she went and there was never a sense of Oh Doris girls don't play sports. It was just whatever you're busy go outside and play sable from outside. and. So she just became a really good ballplayer where really good basketball players are often developed, which is on the playgrounds took all comers boys girls didn't care. The BUZZER GUARD SABLE Head. And grew into a good enough. Basketball players to get a scholarship to providence. We forget that that was a really big deal for young women. Athletes are just weren't a lot of them. That wasn't normal and she recognize it immediately as what it was. It was a ticket for her to get to college and pay for college and established herself in a career. She wasn't there was no WNBA obviously, she knew that this was the path for her future in her life and she just kinda followed it along. Well, she definitely likes to make fun of herself when talking about in her plane, I had it all going on bad hair bad teeth bad clothes, and the only thing I care about whether my jump shot would ever Mack my triple driveability. She does she downplays herself. She doesn't think she wasn't. You know whatever she wasn't the greatest player. You know she was more of a thoughtful player than a an athletic player that sort of thing. Yeah. I mean she's very self deprecating even about her broadcasting career, which is just hilarious. But again, that's what makes Dr. Stars is that she doesn't take herself too seriously. How did she get her start in broadcasting accidentally which I think I can relate that myself but in her circumstance she was coach she went back to providence to be a coach but then she got married and she got to look around. You know this was back when there weren't a lot of. MOMS that were coaches, you know a lot of coaches, maybe one or the other they couldn't do both and she really thought I want to start a family. So she stepped away from coaching and by Dumb luck at the same time Providence decided you know what? We could put a couple of women's basketball games on the radio and we need somebody to do the radio for us and Ella Dar's. You're sitting there. Why don't you do this and she did and she jokes pie five people are listening you probably honestly not wrong. Let's be honest providence women's basketball and some regional network probably not like drawing huge numbers but she loved it and it was easy and it was comfortable and that just sort of Begat one opportunity after another and an big break came because one of the men's basketball. Analyst for the Big East Games couldn't make it into a providence men's game and they were desperate and that she tells us hilarious story was at the emergency room with her son. He had fallen off the weight bunch cut his head open blood everywhere. She's GONNA to bloody shirt and they told her to come down and do play by play and she said, well, I can't play by play but I'll do the color and boom she's on TV and there she. Is I mean no intent to climb some corporate ladder it just sort of opportunity presented itself and she took it.

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Artist and glaciologist illustrate ice loss from glacier in Peru

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 4 d ago

Artist and glaciologist illustrate ice loss from glacier in Peru

"As the climate warms glaciers are melting fast over a thirty year period peruse Calcutta ice cap lost about a third of its area. To put that in perspective artists Meredith, like of Chicago worked with glaciologist Andrew Malone, he provided satellite images and data. She then Used Three D. Animation and gaming software to create a virtual world with the city of Chicago looks like it's built on top of the Calcutta Glacier. This provides viewers with a sense of scale. So they can visualize just how massive the glacier is and how much of it has been lost, and so it sort of displaces the viewer from the world that they know but keeps it enough of a familiar context so that somebody who lives in Chicago can look and say, Oh, yeah I know what that distances. into show, how much isis disappeared into able to calculate the volume of ice that has been lost and then convert that into if that much ice were to fall as snow in Chicago that it would return allegation I think of six hundred feet. In their virtual world falling snow buries the city until only tops of skyscrapers are visible. Seeing an image can really illicit an emotional reaction and I think that that's where change can come from.

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National Mole Day with Andrew Geary

Podcast Gumbo

03:30 min | 4 d ago

National Mole Day with Andrew Geary

"Hi Paul this is Andrew in today is National Day. Now my first thought this day is in honor of Pucks Itani Phil, but then are moles and ground hogs, the same underground inhabitant. Or could it be honoring one of the greatest land air battles of all time went to bias the mole attack tiny town in Rocketeer George Michael saved the day on arrested development. Now. I know Netflix puts it Tada on everything but did they also put their stamp on National Day? I look forward to you sending me straight Paul. I Fan true according to the Internet malls in groundhogs are often lumped together in discussions regarding wildlife problems that result in turn up damaged landscaping. This is because they both utilized tunnel systems and caused damage to plants, roots, and beautiful lawns but that is where the similarity ends, but I severely digress. Today. October twenty third is national. Mall Day which has nothing to do with furry creatures. Today's all about chemistry specifically avocados number, which is the number of particles in one mole of substance the numbers approximately six point zero, two times ten to the twenty third. Get it ten, twenty, three. If you WANNA learn how to celebrate this day. Look no further than the lab out loud podcast were in one episode they discuss mold day and how they have celebrated it. You could also research Amadeo Gaudreau and put out a social media post using the National Mall. Day, Hashtag. My guest today is Andrew. Geary. Andrew is the host of the seismic sound all podcast now prepare yourself for a second seismic sound off episodes our in depth conversations in applied geophysics intimidated yet. Luckily, for you, I asked Andrew. Where someone like me who try to cheat his way through high school science classes could start. He wrote back the following and I quote our episodes tend to range from various associations, specific highlighting our annual conference to broad scientific subjects, addressing racism and geosciences. But the best place generally to start is our episodes focused on humanitarian projects we manage here is one looking at building a canal Peru that's a good start. Unquote. For Third Recommendation Andrew Sticks with science and recommends an episode from the Your Day podcast called what whales on nine eleven. While many of us reeling from the terrorist attacks in the United States something very unique was happening underwater. For today's extra all's I'll let you decide if you would prefer watching Netflix's with Andrew or May. We, have had A. Exchange about the German show dark. I loved it but punted few episodes into season three because it was just too confusing. Andrew has tried to me to keep going but remember his brain works a lot better than mine. But one thing should be said, it seems we both are big fans of the blue family. Come back on October thirtieth for maybe one of the most divisive pieces of candy ever.

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Epstein ex Maxwell denied getting Prince Andrew sex partners

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 4 d ago

Epstein ex Maxwell denied getting Prince Andrew sex partners

"The former girlfriend of Jeffrey Epstein denied knowing anything about alleged sexual misconduct with underage girls calling the accusations lies in a twenty sixteen deposition Elaine Maxwell was deposed in twenty sixteen denying allegations she introduced Britain's prince Andrew to underage girls accuser Virginia Jeffrey has accused Jeffrey Epstein of arranging for her to have sexual encounters with numerous influential men and allege that Maxwell recruited girls and schedule those encounters the deposition has just been made public and even though names were blacked out slate has reported it could decide first some of the redactions involving prince Andrew and former president Bill Clinton who had flown on Epstein's private planes Maxwell has pleaded not guilty to recruiting girls Epstein died last year in prison hi Jackie Quinn

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The $20 billion missing from this economy

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:48 min | 4 d ago

The $20 billion missing from this economy

"Los Angeles I'm Carl Rozelle Thursday I believe the twenty second of October has always to have you along everybody. We're going to start today with a story about something in this economy that is not there that isn't happening and what that means. We're going to set it up by noting that seven hundred, Eighty, seven, thousand people lost their jobs last week and made first time claims for unemployment benefits less than the week. Prior, it should be said, and also that the Labor Department adjusted downward is numbers for the previous couple of weeks. And that's good. It really is but the number of people on government assistance because they have lost their jobs is still stratospheric. Lee High millions of them are running out of benefits and as you know, those extra six, hundred dollars a week went away in August. And that to get back to the thing that's missing is sucking billions of dollars out of this economy compared to earlier in the pandemic how many billions? Marketplace's Mitchell Hartman gets the lead story today. The answer is. Twenty billion dollars a week. That's how much is not getting into out of work Americans, pockets since a bunch of federal assistance programs for the unemployed started running out in midsummer Andrew Statler at the Century Foundation says based on Treasury data, they were getting twenty six, billion a week that as come crashing down to just six billion dollars, it's much less support to. Families and to the economy than we had six hundred a week in federal pandemic payments expired at the end of July the President's partial replacement program ran out of money last month also folks laid off back in March and April are now running out of their twenty six weeks of state jobless benefits some but not all are getting a thirteen week federal extension. Unemployment benefits now average three twenty a week across the country. It's even less for gig workers on pandemic on employment assistance and that has made a huge dent in the purchasing power of households suffering unemployment says Mark Hamrick. Dot Com, they are really having to scrape to get by these days just for basic needs such as pay for shelter, pay the bills to put food on the table and forget about luxuries. That's exactly what Brooke Wetzel has seen play out in her florist business in La when the economy started to open up late spring sales picked up but since August things have gotten pretty slow people might have that you know extra fifty to seventy five dollars per fire arrangement. So woetzel's working part time now spending the. Rest with her homeschooling kids I'm Mitchell Hartman for

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COVID-19 in Victoria, Australia

Coronacast

09:23 min | 5 d ago

COVID-19 in Victoria, Australia

"Gratified Friday that's right. Twenty third of Tober pardon the PUN number really pushing towards the grand finale Victoria in terms of stamping out the lost. Stubborn pots of coronavirus is still spreading down there. Yes, and there's clearly still virus around in the northeast corridor. Expected of totally disappeared from there and the pop up clinic, and that's that's the way it's going to go forward US way it's going New South Wales in Swiss going to go forward in Victoria and it's a good thing that they're onto its and jumping onto things quickly. So what we're looking forward to on Sunday from Andrews hopefully is certainly moving forward the restriction relaxations he talked about November I this weekend, but I suspect you might see but more than that in terms of. Restaurants spars that sort of thing where you just might see a speeding up or much more much better defined pathway to those opening up in the near future because Victoria is in pretty good shape we did he gets day battle outbreak in a housing block area in Melbourne is this just like we don't need a look down to get on top of those riot if the public health machine is working better now than it was before the and also if you've got the community onside and they're willing to cooperate because the realized the implications of very much larger knock time. So it's the fuel for the fires. When people are living in densely populated circumstances so it could spread incredibly quickly. So going to get on top to get on top of it quickly, but the capacity to do so is much better and there's less distraction around in Victoria. There's a lot of distraction around when you those terrible outbreaks in addition to the other outbreaks in abattoirs and elsewhere in Victoria there's. A lot going on towards the last time there outbreaks in those densely populated towerblocks these days the capacity is there to focus more and have fewer distractions around because there's so much less virus circulating the virus is circulating you know where it's come from right and so I sort of moving towards our kind of steady state of figuring out our relationship with this virus here. And hopefully, looking at opening up our internal borders at some stage in the near future. WHAT ABOUT INTERNATIONAL BORDERS? There's still lots of Australians overseas. There's. All. Students. WanNa come here. Tourism operators here are really struggling and I'm sure there's some. Really want to go overseas as well. WH- should've reopening paddle clack for Ustralia more broadly. Well, it's a very complicated landscape. You Go to feel for these thirty odd thousand students who went back many of them are quite unwell. Don't be exposed to covid nineteen in the places where they're at and they desperately want to get home to their families and they feel cut off. The problem is that we tend to have a one-size-fits-all to our overseas entries and it should be possible to open up a more strategic way if the politics would allow it and I'm not blaming the politicians here is a difficult situation and you've got to do something about stranded. Australians. Overseas. But a lot of them are in countries which have a high prevalence of SARS covy to like the UK European, the US and places like that. Tends to be where strain school some of them are in Asia and lower prevalence countries. So when you're sending a Qantas plane over to London to pick up people, you're bringing back in the plane presumably, they could take three or four hundred people bringing back hundred and seventy five because the crews got to be protected and the people on board to be protected bear in mind that all of the tens of thousands of who've already. Return the only been three or four hundred infections in. Australia. Yes. We hear about the movie dates true but it's low numbers trouble with that is as we've seen Victoria, you only need one episode of escape from Whole Hotel, it's not the family escaped by the virus did circumstances and you've got a real problem on your hands. So the risk is high, but the risk is particularly high when you're bringing back people from high prevalence countries. You've got a lot of international students in China. You'd have to exclude those in India because that's a high prevalence country but China is a low prevalence country. The should be a way of bringing back international students quite soon from China with judicious testing intensive testing, maybe limited quarantine with intensive testing, and there are ways of doing that but perhaps turning over halls of residence colleges to their limited quarantine that you might. Introduce Singapore certainly New Zealand. Pacific. Islands that you could open up these places quite quickly, and of course, if a stranger stranded there, those would be your first priority. You could probably stand up on this plane over and fill it up particularly wear masks and bring it back with a far more than one hundred, seventy, five on board, and almost a full complement of passengers. Because the risk is so low, so should be possible to a risk adjusted system where for safe areas, you have one way of managing it and from high-risk is another and this probably no alternative if you're living in the UK or Europe and want to get back to coming back on a on a very low load plane. So this is different to travel bubble. Is that it's a bit more like you still have to quarantine, but it's just not does we don't have to have as high stringency because the risk is lower it needs a lot of thought it's not straightforward and the highest priority has to be stranded strings overseas. It's just intolerable that we don't solve that problem and it's a bipartisan shoes not party political but equally. Doing. This, which minimizes the risk from already low-risk countries. The should be a way to manage risk more carefully an a nuanced way depending on where people are coming from. So it's not an open bubble, but it is a lower intensity of corn team. So let's take some questions from audience and what better way to rip through a few to do him as a quickfire Friday round you ready ready to go now. Jeffries asking you mentioned the other day that masks need to be washed at sixty degrees Celsius to make sure the virus free but domestic hot water services limited to fifty degrees. So I wanted to be hand washing his cloth masks in water hated in the kettle or what I think that random mackel worked find that sixty degrees was what did the work but you'll find that detergent in warm water should do it the same way it's just that extended washing cycle I think. So fifty degrees, sixty degrees who knows whether it makes any difference the. Point that Ryan McIntosh was making here is a quick rinse in the hand basin. There's not enough specimens a farmer and wants to know why if humans contracted card from animals? Why are the mammals supposedly don't get the virus and has anyone bothered to test shaped cattle pigs and so on record low testing of animals corona there's a lot of coronavirus infection in animals. Pigs get a similar co diseased covid nineteen, and in fact, there is a pig vaccine as far as I'm aware to a respiratory syndrome similar to covid nineteen, but it's not SARS coffee to. are lower than will species have been tested and not find to carry this dogs can be infected but don't seem to retain the virus very well whereas cat. stew. Agricultural, animals don't seem to be a big problem to corona virus is prevalent in lots of different species. This person's flying to dial in from CD next week's visit family added about it. What precautions should they take for the flight? Well, I think for any flight my view is that you should wear a mask threat flight and just be careful about hygiene and Qatar saves on Colonel Cast a few days ago when you flush the toilet. Religious so you don't have an erase allies. And I think this question is asking about sewage testing how can test for the virus with all those millions of latest of water and other chemicals and just take a small test tube and still be able to identify the virus Yup it's mind boggling but they're able to genetically to actually look for the fragments of the virus I think that this is done with antibodies that pickup the virus, and then lie top when they've picked up the. Joys a big fan of Corona cast and her son is a paramedic in London and has had a very mild case of covid nineteen. But she's heard recently that everyone who gets five nineteen has long lasting effects in the front of their brain. Is this true please cleared up her because she's worried you can stop worrying Joe it's far from through a percentage of people do get long-term. Effects. And it's really not known yet what the percentage is, but it's not the of people and one more question Norman Magin one infectious person walks into a room with ten others spends a considerable amount of time seven, get the virus and three. Why don't those three becoming victim? Is it because I got better immune systems probably just the play of chance, but it could be that you've got some genetic. To the virus always somebody in society with a new virus, who's got genetic resistance to that virus by the play of chance, these are mysteries to which we don't know could be that they just didn't inhale quite as many viral particles as others who knows it is a difficult question hasn't indeed uses it. Just another one of the many mysteries that still surround covid nineteen

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Former President Barack Obama Fires Up Crowd At South Philadelphia Rally For Joe Biden

KYW 24 Hour News

01:08 min | 5 d ago

Former President Barack Obama Fires Up Crowd At South Philadelphia Rally For Joe Biden

"Barack Obama campaigned in person for Joe Biden in South Philly last night. Hey, what W's Andrew Kramer tells us this was Ah Drivin rally with a big Hello, Philadelphia. Former President Obama kicked off this 30 minute rally where he stressed over and over again the importance of getting out and voting 13 days until the most important election of our lifetimes. And you don't have to. You don't have to wait. November 3rd to cast your ballot. In fact, he told everyone to vote as soon as possible. He talked Obamacare and how President Trump has been trying to replace it for years to no avail. I got a big reaction when we spoke in favor of the black lives matter, Protests that reaction Ah, mix of cheers and hunks from Johnny King Marino and the rest of the crowd. It's really exciting, and I think what's great is that it's you know, everyone social distancing, they're being really careful. On DH. It's nice that you know politicians would be concerned about the people that are there. Signs everywhere, told people to stay in their cars. But once the former president hopped on the stage ah lot of people got out and headed to the barriers to get as close as possible. Outside citizens Bank Park Andrew Kramer, can one of you news radio. Pope's

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Among Us game watched by 400,000

All Things Considered

01:41 min | 5 d ago

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Among Us game watched by 400,000

"Ocasio Cortez and Ellen Omar played the popular video game among us with big names, streamers. NPR's Andrew Lemonde has the story, everyone. It all happened pretty quickly. On Monday, representative Acosta Cortez asked on Twitter if anyone wanted to play the game among us with her on switch to get out the vote. Congresswoman is a known gamer, but she'd never played among us before and said it looked like fun. A bunch of people flooded her replies. And by the next evening, Okay, I go here and I'm supposed to pretend to do stuff, right? Just Tio back up a bit. Among us is a two year old game that's gone popular since the Corona virus pandemic you and other players complete tasks, But every game one or two of you are secret impostors who have to kill the others. The rest of the players have to figure out who the imposter is, and kicked him off. The ship That would include AOC. It made a certain is that he saw us. He kills someone, and we got a vote her off there, right. And if they see the kill happen, the event drew huge numbers, a twitch spokesperson said. At one point, representative Ocasio court says had 435,000 people watching Hassan Piker was one of the streamers playing last night. He's a popular political commentator on twitch and help get things set up. A lot of people are not gonna be ableto authentically get on twitch and be able to just throw something like this together In 24 hours, I was amazed I was shocked Piker who says his audiences generally 18 to 24 year olds on the older side for a twitch. Says the event proves the platform as a viable tool for campaigning and for cultivating future voters. But it'll only work if the candidate is genuine. People on switch are pretty good at sniffing out actual imposters. Andrew Limbong

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"andrew" Discussed on Andrew Hackett's Illimitable Living

Andrew Hackett's Illimitable Living

07:28 min | 2 months ago

"andrew" Discussed on Andrew Hackett's Illimitable Living

"People most of whom did know each other or connected to my podcast, hang out and chat and do cool things and go to the beach and so yeah, Hello Stranger is heading in a direction where it's not just about conversations but also about experiences and that's why I love this idea of the van is magic t shirt because on the other side of hello anything's possible. I'm calling this fan my magic van excited for the idea of. Doing shows from it on talk poor doing dinner parties bring people together. But I love connection and I love saying hello and I will say it and until I, can say no more for the rest of my life. Look a love the and I totally get an are completely understand on the same when you start experiencing real connection. It becomes addictive. It almost becomes like a drug in many ways because it's so beautiful. It's so delicious to be in that moment schering that energy with a complete stranger. And you know whether they old or Young Milo female. It doesn't matter what color where they come from what the sexual orientation is or any that it's just. There another human being. That has a range of stories, ID's and feelings and all that sort of stuff and they just want someone to explore with. You know it's not a sexual thing at all. It's a it's a soul. By thing that I believe is based around the `promise of unconditional love which I also believe. Is Lacking in today's society but still very present in the background it's just waiting for us to say it again and say, Oh, I, come with me buddy. Let's go meet some people and and have a chat. Ya Yeah I. Agree I definitely believe that even underneath people that that hurt others like some of my family members even underneath people that I don't get along with is love and and some people can't express that because of their own suffering which they haven't dealt with but that doesn't mean that it's not there. I completely agreement. Or? What's next for you your podcast? I got a bit of a circuit in mind and Australia. What are your thoughts on all of that? Yeah well. I kind of have no idea what's next but then I also have a lot of an idea was so. Looked the original plan with the van was to travel north slowly. And KINDA circle around the East Coast and record conversations where feature podcast episodes likely to be mostly with people I meet along my journey and I've already met some really cool people that I'm going to line up podcasts recordings with like the guy met at the gas station a couple of days ago. And I'm very much go to be developing the community alongside the podcast where I really want to throw dinner parties for a group of people that may be haven't interacted and don't know each other and bring them together with some cool. Maybe it's an underlying theme. Or. Maybe not and you know all also disclaimers I'll be all act appropriately in line with covid. Government policy and restrictions but one of the things I'm actually most excited about doing. Andrew, and I don't know whether this will start at dinner parties or whether this will become a thing. Next time I could ask to speak on that is instead of me speaking at a dinner party instead of me speaking at an event, I, really want to maybe a little envelope underneath someone's chair and then I bring them up and I surface stuff inside of them that then impacts the audience rather than me and so as I do 'cause I've done a bunch of speaking in the past as more things like that I'm really keen to lean into that modality because then it's like okay I, don't really even need to be there I'm more. Of a facilitator than a speaker and I'm just you know if if Sally works at Your restaurant and you're disconnected well, what if through a conversation with sally ever becomes connected then when I leave Sally Still Bear and you stay connected as opposed to me bringing all the answers and so I'm excited to do a bunch of stuff like that. Maybe we maybe I'll do some live podcast recordings on top of my van with some pretty cool vehicle in the east coast. But for now, honestly, I have just been focused the last couple of days and the last week on am I safe? Do I have food? Do I have money in my bank account? Where am I sleeping? What am I? Doing the next day I'm a healthy and a very much gone from big picture impact to just alright. Alive and well. and. That's been very humbling. especially given some of the stuff I've done in the past, but I am slowly finding my feet and you know I'll take my time and be patient with it. But hopefully, by around the middle of next week, I'll get into things and keep making a Ruckus at a larger scale besides the working out whether you know. I'm sleeping in a place where the place they're gonNA, wake me up in the middle of the night. Actually really admire that level of freedom I. Really to you know if you know I've been there done some of that my. what was it may twenty s particularly spent a lot of time backpacking around south. He stays your and Lauriston fit and have very fond memories of that time but more. Sigh. The lack of talk is the lack of an anchor just pay now to go wherever the the wind would take me and It's something that I long for every now and then be qualms with you. It's a real aspect of family. Now I've got a fulfill my obligations and that. But. I'm looking forward to the day that I get to push the lost one willing truly out of the nest. Just don't do it the way, my Stepdad it. I'll definitely be doing it probably. A bit of a softie myself. United. I'll probably be doing it for to light actually but On looking forward to the opportunity of having a little bit of my own time and spice to travel the world with. To to do one thing as well sir. And what it would you? Andrews. That's all great and space and exploration can largely be be a way of being, and so you know I'm sure you do this. But even while I lived at home, just finding ways to integrate that modality into my day to day life. So for example, focusing on core tasks in the morning and then leaving the afternoon open to spontaneity is a practice that I've heard recommended widely I've done a bit of but. Yeah like not everyone has the opportunity to live the way I'm living at the moment and I am very grateful for it. Truly. It's very much a once in a lifetime opportunity just with my job situation being able to work remotely and the podcast and then and. The kind of thing but it doesn't have to be and you can be working on to five job and miserable and lonely and DM strangers on Instagram moorhead out once so. Yeah you can go all in like me and be crazy and I'm all for that. But it also doesn't need to look like this. It can look any way at all. Of course. Yeah. Absolutely. A Canon you're right it's it's easy to thinking to. Dream or look forward to the moment. But of course, we can create the moment in our minds. We can create the moment in are in special way. I've personally lightly particularly over the last twenty months had a real craving for.

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"andrew" Discussed on Andrew Hackett's Illimitable Living

Andrew Hackett's Illimitable Living

05:51 min | 2 months ago

"andrew" Discussed on Andrew Hackett's Illimitable Living

"Water crash and flow like have that power and intensity in velocity and I will make things happen like very confident in my ability to produce results. But I'm also like water in terms of flowing and being like, cool. Where's Mar Environment at what do I wanna do how feeling and living from that place is just so beautiful and so colorful at there is such a norm especially for young men like myself interested in personal development of these things you have to take off like okay. I need to do some form of meditation and I'm not dissing any of this stuff. I've done a fair bit of meditation I need to cold showers and then need to build a business. So what I'm going to do is out all my friends into a facebook group in pretend on some life coach that has three secrets to success and it's like, no, like it's so easy to follow someone like Tony Robbins or or follow some on like Steve Jobs or or someone else that you look to some famous basketball player someone what's harder is letting go of that and letting go of the certainty and following yourself following your intuition and stepping up to deal with whatever. Comes in in your path along the way, and there's been a lot I've been dealing with it. That's Fisher. You know what I agree to letting go. All of The way we have been raised educated indoctrinated. into a way of thinking and suddenly for May, one of my biggest struggles was accepting my journey that accepting the fact that maybe I've actually got something to say that people will listen to accepting the fact that maybe I can teach people some things. And it was only when I started to fully embrace that the people really started to fully listen and it's just growing from there. Too often, we are to ready to think that the answers we're looking for are outside of us that someone else has to tell us what those answers are in the same way too many of us to ready to blame external things, people events. For the situation that's going on in life, which, of course. Our Experience Alaw experiences purely based around the way we think. About those events lies people post things that are happening to us and I mean, let me let me give some merit to this thesis because it's easy to talk about it as someone that maybe hasn't been through some of the things like Oh. Yeah. It's a nice concept, but let me be real like I've been in Australia for ten years. I only just got my permanent residency granted three or four days ago during the whole period of uncertainty with covid a wasn't even on job keeper or job seeker or the Australian government's form of support. Two days before my podcast launch my step dad had heart problems and almost died and ended up in the emergency room. The day of my podcast launch. My mom had a double New York. And Dallas Hectic and then I got home and then my stepdad started becoming abusive which got in the way of my mom's recovery and I had no choice. But to not be able to support my mom and leave home after having no fun foundation financially anyway or time-wise because I went all in on the podcast and then like four days out of leaving home, I got a call from the doctor telling me that I had cancer which. then. The next day turned out actually know be cancer but the doctor got it wrong and so I've been through some stuff like literally insane stuff and what I love is like all the people don't know that and that's okay like I will smile at someone and bring so much joy to their life and they will not know what had been through at all but that's what I mean and and you know I've got into this modality Lali where. It seems almost irrelevant what circumstances come up and I don't mean that in a kind of cocky arrogant way I mean. Really like Andrew, you know whenever something new was dealt to me even if it was just the fact that I woken up by cops because I was in the place that I thought it was able to sleep in the van but I wasn't like I'm just really non-reactive for the most part nowadays and Oakdale with with and so people see my instagram stories about hollow strange when people see a podcast coming out and people see me smiling on the street but people have no idea what I've been through and for me, it's such victory to be able to. Be The wind in that way to say, no, you know these are just my circumstances. I'm actually GonNa, take a circumstance like having to move out of home, and then how can I turn this into an adventure? Van My vans actually called A. Mitsubishi Star. Wagon. Platform. Literally to look at the stars and the stars also happen to be the back on my podcast. I've had so many crazy experiences I'll be sitting on top of my van having a cup of tea and someone will pull over and asked to take a photo and I'm turning the van into mobile podcasting studio and you know I'm I'm getting a a sound system. System for it suck and meet strangers strangers along the way that it may be good music or singing or they wanNA play guitar and then turn it into a stage and duminy performances and it's like, how can I take the deck of? Cards that I've been doubt and play it to the best of my ability but not by pushing hard by were yes. Being intense and bold and all that. But also by surrender and letting go and that's that's been really the next stage of my journey that I've been on the last couple of months and it's just made life. Incredible. You know what I love about this twenty two years of age, and you'll figuring out what most people don't figure it out. At all let alone at the age of forty or sixty or eighty. The beauty behind these one aspect you talk about use it in a very condensed fries, but we'd talk indefinitely the same language. IS WHEN PEOPLE START TO.

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"andrew" Discussed on Andrew Hackett's Illimitable Living

Andrew Hackett's Illimitable Living

07:53 min | 2 months ago

"andrew" Discussed on Andrew Hackett's Illimitable Living

"I don't think I've ever had anyone seen come trying to scam them I you know I am quite a few people instagram as well and and some of the time. They don't reply look Andrew I mean. There's definitely people that see the vision of Hello Stranger and don't get it and it really confused I got a message from one of I. Just didn't. Guess, whatever one of my aunts and she was talking to me about she said, the problem with with podcast is that we need to keep our walls up because it's bad to trust people and I'm like okay. But. No I've I've never run into any strong criticism they the this thing strong criticism. My God, was some message on instagram. I think it was calm with one of my videos saying on one of my podcast videos saying this this stuff is crazy. This is stupid. He has no idea what the fuck is doing, and also one of my brothers good friends similarily I heard was talking shit about me behind my back about how I have no idea what I'm doing with my life. So No. Not really does not to say won't come but For where I'm at in life and who I am at the moment I, think it's largely irrelevant and. I know what I'm up to a no amount to create this positive impact and I'll backed up. and. The impact that I'm out to create hostile become more important than my cut a human desire to just be like, appreciate it all the time. You know it's an interesting thing coming back to that comment. You've got no idea what you're doing to me that immediately says to me the you're going to be an enormous success because in the study that I have done of successful people over the years, and in fact, my latest book from the Field Series Cold accepting your success quite deliberately because it's about getting people to change the version of success because I fund a lot of people. Look at success like the Richard Branson Tony Robbins Vision success and I think called caught. I've got a chance of achieving that. So they just aren't they don't get started. But every single person that has ever been successful in this world at one point. Had the thought I've got no idea what I'm doing. But you know what I'm GonNa do it anyway. Exactly. That's what I mean. Really in a lot of aspects I mean you know what you're doing in some ways, but you probably haven't fully seen experienced undestood where this is really going. You, just. Following you intuition on what to do now and I think there's a lot of admiration in that. There's a real mastery in that approach as well. Just one step at a time. No getting too caught up on. All the big ideas of where it might. Through but just allowing that spice to develop and grow like the conversations you have on your podcast show. Totally an for me, you know become really fascinated by the concept of geology lately and and I would say that I know exactly where I'm going and I also have no idea at all where I'm going and it's both of those at the same time it's not about balance it's not about one of the other But also what I would add to that is I'm okay not knowing like genuinely because why do I have to know and so many people are just addicted to that certainty and I feel like once I've grasped onto it that a lose sight of the vision it's like you know there's the saying. When you jump off cliffs. So metaphorically speaking so easy to be scared of hitting the bottom but then you realized that there never was a ground hit in the first place, and so you just end up continuously freefalling and needing to trust that. And that's totally been where I've been at the past few weeks for sure and definitely past couple of years as well. But when you're freefalling, if you try to grasp onto something if you try to grasp onto a branch or a tree. Or a rock or something or allege right? Like you're grasping onto some form of certainty you lose touch and you lose the the endless Russia of the wind on your face and so I'm constantly bringing myself back to not know it. We we know so much and we feel so little like. I don't need to have it all worked out I'm happy I'm incredibly filled. My life has so much joined so much meaning despite the suffering of being through the last few weeks, which has been insane. and. I'm just GonNa just going to be and and see where that takes me and it'll go where it goes and I know it's going to be awesome and I know what it looks like. But I also don't know at all and I'm perfectly okay without contradiction you know I love that because there's real freedom that comes with that. When we grasp onto that certainty, this two things that I believe happen is one we suddenly limit and contain hustles to whatever that he is contained at this no. Does now banned list or limitless Niger to certain deities what at ease. Plus when you grossed that certainty, you don't allow yourself similar to what you assign to be carried on the wind to be influenced by your intuition. As to what we just go here or why don't we just go there now look. I live in a world. I've got three teenage boys. I've gotTa I. You know the words that I do people and stuff often capes my wake fairy regulated. But. I seriously. Crave. That uncertainty and embrace it, and sometimes I even break things will pull things apart to create the level of uncertainty that sake because the regimented approach me just doesn't work. In the same way that some weeks. You, know what I'm going hit off to Poland and stuff like that catch up the tame over there and stuff like that, and do some videos do some work. because freedom with what is that going to even look like So I know exactly where you're coming from and you know for what? It's worth. I actually really admired I think there should be more of it. I think more of us. Kind of let go of the wheel sorta speak, of course, the branch and you'll particular case and just. Loved where the wind might take us I think the world will be a much better place and it's so funny. You talk about the wind like that injury for much of my life I had this analogy of. Won't tell the full story now but basically overcoming what looked to be a a Ice Hockey Championship Game Dot, we were GonNa, loose and it looks like we're GonNa lose the coach called a time out and said Look we've lost the Swan undefeated the whole season and I was captain of the team and basically ended up winning and there's a beautiful story in that. But for much of probably the the second decade of my life. So from ten to twenty, it was. A Very Macho about you know this idea that in life, you can either be the leaf blown by the wind or you can become the wind and it was about, how can I become the wind and how can I be willing to be responsible for things that I'm not even necessarily responsible for to be at the cause of my life and how can I get good at communication and leadership in making anything happen and become a force of nature rather than just A. Human that's just dismal and complaining that the world won't cater to my every women need. Lately Andrew I've realized that life isn't just about being the wind and become the wind and not you want to have the ability to become the wind and to be the wind but also be okay Bingo leaf and then you know people again jump into balance like Oh Andrew. So. You have to balance being the wind and leaf and I'm like, no no, it's. It's both at the same time. Bruce Lee talks about be like water crash and flow like have that power and intensity in velocity and I will make things happen like very confident in my ability to produce results. But I'm also like water in terms of flowing and being like, cool. Where's Mar Environment at what do I wanna do how feeling and living from that place is just so beautiful.

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"andrew" Discussed on Andrew Hackett's Illimitable Living

Andrew Hackett's Illimitable Living

06:41 min | 2 months ago

"andrew" Discussed on Andrew Hackett's Illimitable Living

"So it started way back in I think was around. Or February, and just on a ridiculously long hike that day around Loppers So eastern Sydney and I heard that there was this dinner party for about forty complete strangers out far west. It was a very long drive. So I rushed home how to shower Clothes on and headed out to dinner party. I remember walking in and thinking okay this is not too many people there I saw like two or three people I thought maybe they didn't get the towed out they wanted and assay the my lead with hog and then I walk outside and there's another thirty to forty people sitting outside chatting and you know I told myself I was GONNA leave that Dinner Party by eight or nine PM 'cause I had a long drive home and I was tired but I was so raptured and so intrigued by this idea of bringing a group of people together from a variety of different walks of life and having them connect with no agenda. And I got chatting to the host this guy named Raj and rush just seemed really interesting and intriguing to me, and so I met him a couple of weeks later on or actually sorry it would have been a month or two later once covid started hitting him locked out and I said hey man I'd love to chat more about your life and your philosophies and and you know what led to the dinner party with forty strangers and I said, let's record it for the fun of it. and. So You know we just did I recorded zoom call. I just was using my air pods audio quality was horrendous pot that was that and I just fell in love with the idea of having a conversation with no agenda where the focus is just listening and seeing where we up because I, think Andrew. So often it's easy to treat people as objects and a podcast kind of become this way of you. Know. Okay, cool like let's interview all the people that have purple chairs are all the people that have toll chairs and you treat people like chairs. We treat people like fixed objects and we think that if we can just get something out of them, like how do they glue that like to that leg? How do they carve this? That will have the answer and you know life will be perfect when? I think that as human beings, we are much more fluid than we are fixed and when I can provide through my podcast, a context where I'm truly listening to the other person and we're nothing's off limits and we can go wherever we go and the conversations more important than the fact that it's recorded, it provides beautiful space where the conversations I've had so far I've had a believe nineteen now. Just amazes me each and every time where they end up. Each and every time. I agree with you know it's one thing I love about the work that I do with people and I do a lot of work. Helping fix broken souls so to speak. The life experience on this planet is far from satisfactory and leaving very fulfilled or anxious or depressed. But every single one of those people they've got a blood running through them to just waiting to be activated waiting to be. Released into the throw of limitless potential and. I just. I have one of these videos is probably one of my more popular videos on Facebook, for instance and. I talk about. Just offering love to someone. Is One of the simplest equations. And it's the one thing that he's done the least nowadays. You know we have had drummed into US particularly with his home virus mass that's going on world wide. We are being told we really shouldn't connect with anybody anymore. Yeah. We sure as hell shouldn't hug them. We shouldn't shake hands with him. In fact, we shouldn't even be in this space. and. I've I've personally find myself really challenged by that. Because it's doing is it's Disconnecting further. disconnected. World. And connection is the only thing. The soul cries. It's the only thing. The sole wishes to happen Do. You see that you see that there has been a fundamental shift is what you're doing kind of trying to show the world. That we need always to rebel against that shift. I think. I. Think Rebelling is probably the wrong language at least in terms of my mind because rebelling suggests that there's something we need to fight against where what I'm more talking about is something that's always there like if you go out. Some random night and you look up at the sky, you'll see the stocks and and the stars are always there and equally connection and law that modality of being in way of operating in the world is always there and it's always possible and a hundred percent. That's what I'm out to create in the world. I mean you know I feel like human beings at the moment it's so easy to. Roll with me on this analogy for a second it's like we each have a ladder. Right we're trying to reach the moon each of a ten foot ladder and climb to the top of the ten foot ladder and the man the moon still so far away, and so then they work out okay. Can I steal someone else's ladder can just reach a little bit higher and nobody says, what if we just stacked the ladders and then climb together and I feel like when people put aside their differences income together not only does it make life so much more fulfilling an adventurous, but it's also what the world. Needs, I mean Einstein, has his quote and I'm paraphrasing, put it something like the most important decision we can make our lives as if the world's a friendlier a hostile place because if there was a hostile place, all technology, all everything as we evolve is about you know raising walls whereas if there was a friendly place than everything can become about lowering the walls and I believe without a shadow of doubt that the world is a friendly place and you know we have barriers as human beings to living in the world and and part of that just because it's about survival but even just cultural norms today. It's so easy. So easy to view us a separate when I've said, hi to probably at least a dozen people already this morning and people have been friendly people offered advice to me and life just get so much more colorful so much more colorful when we view the world in that way. Yeah look. I agree. Might Look a love your perspective on that but. Could be honest with me. Yeah. Not Everybody's friendly with the hello backer that you've probably the few. People think Oh my Go-to Guy, what is what the hell is up to definitely did they do they think you're trying to scam them?.

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"andrew" Discussed on Andrew Hackett's Illimitable Living

Andrew Hackett's Illimitable Living

07:15 min | 2 months ago

"andrew" Discussed on Andrew Hackett's Illimitable Living

"We. We know so much. We feel. So little like I don't need to have it all worked out. I'm happy I'm incredibly fulfilled. My life has so much joined so much muting despite the suffering of being through the last few weeks which has been insane and I'm going to be and and see where that takes me and it'll go where it goes and. I know it's GonNa be awesome and I know what it looks like. But I also don't know at all and I'm perfectly okay without contradiction. And, welcome to unlimited living I. AM Andhra Heck and I'm here talk to you about everything the world needs to discuss about living a life free from fees restrictive boundaries so that you can not only looks live, but so they can become truly illimitable. I am here in Sunny Australia and I want to take you on a journey diving deep into the mysteries of the universe and we live within it. Me On a journey towards living a truly limitless life on the illimitable living podcast. Good, I, and welcome to illimitable living the show that goes where others wind to bring you. The discussions we all need to. He's a you can have the discussions yourself the you really need to have. A wanted to finish my last interview for the season two with a strong finish. You will know me by now I love meeting people I. Love the energy and you mind can bring to any conversation I love seeing where that can gar. But in today's world, not all of us want that anymore not everybody wants to meet someone new and more importantly today's new weld vacillation and fear most of us have lost that special feeling the comes with meeting someone new and we've replaced it with the Self Conscious Fia of that special moment. Collectively, and individually, we have become social pariahs and I think for that to change. It will take someone truly special to break that mold someone who accept someone who they are and loves them unconditionally with they want to participate in the occasion on not. Now you will know me, you know I am that type of person, but as it turns out. I'm not alone and not only there someone else someone truly special they have made it. They live mission to break down the barriers that we have built to connect with everybody on a very different level. Today I welcome my last interview of the year and I have saved the very best for last I will NGO race from Hello Stranger podcast to share his story that we can all learn from. Get I andrew it is unreal on heavier on the shy might have we. Andrew I it truly is such an underprivileged to to be here with you and you. WanNa look my life the past few weeks. It's so unpredictable that we would be here having this conversation and I love love things that just don't add up and so yeah, it's great to be here with you. All right. Tell US introduce yourself to Melissa's and tell us what's your story what brought you to way you are now yeah Andrew. So I'm I'm twenty, two year old I grew up in. Canada. on an eighty. Acre farm and Growing up on a farm. There's always just the sense of playfulness in doing fun things and everything from you know jumping into the MoD when it rained a lot Amir this beautiful river or climbing on Hay Bales and and you know bringing other kids to the farmer parties and a with the sense of playfulness and really the sense of intrigue about the world and. I definitely had a period when I was really shy but as I started to break out of that I realized that men other people are scared of other people and that people want so much in life nowadays but it's so easy to get caught up in individualistic bubble as opposed to really taking the time to recognize and appreciate the DAB in the beauty and the inspiration in the people around us and I I really feel and I've definitely experienced that there's a magic in saying. Hello. Because on the other side of Hulo, anything is possible and I looked up some stats We'll have roughly a hundred thousand hollows in our lifetime depending on how long we live and and how outgoing we are, and all that kind of thing but I really believe. If each hello was square on a scratcher lottery ticket that if we took the time to scratch off the resin dot underneath the surface of everything we we'd find something wonderful and we'd find something beautiful and you know if we bring it to where today I bought a couple of weeks ago. I've had what is without a doubt the most intense two to three week period of my entire life bar none and I've been through in the past. But this has just been next level and you know on the way to the gold coast I remember just pulling in to get fuel and. Walked into small service station in the middle of nowhere and this guy says automated I'm like, Hey, man how you doing? I'm super friendly and. It turns out. He was actually from the same part of India. That traveled to to comedy with the Nobel Peace Prize winner back crazy stuff like that a couple of years ago, and so now he's coming on my podcast and we became friends and he said I wish you could join you on on your adventure but I have to work And so it's really cool because how many people would just walk in pay for fuel and then leave you know of course. Yeah. I. Mean We all do it. Tell me. and. By the way, there's nothing wrong with that there there are times when. If I said, hello to as many people as I wanNA. Say hello to I would get nothing done. Yeah I mean nowadays go round I was I was on the beach this morning and it's come out so many cool potential podcasts and this one guy said to me and asked me what, I'm doing with the vad and then met this other couple and then The police woke me up at two. Am this morning because I was apparently parked illegally. So I go into Oh, I wonder if I can get that guy on his podcast and you know there's something to be said for for being intentional as well. But the hallows Oh there and and and especially nowadays people are craving connection. It's so easy for people to feel lonely and so if people can just be five percent more open minded and five percent more willing to engage in those types of interactions I believe it just opens up a whole world. Yeah I agree with. You might find lows very much like the smile. A lot of is just on smiling as each other anymore. So when I smile at people, they SORTA I take a bit of a step back. Their initial reaction is what does this guy want? and. Then suddenly they start to realize, oh no, that's that's a different type a smile. That's not that's not a demanding small. That's not a small of expectation. That's a small of welcome to my spice. And you know a love that about your show as well. So you'll show is cold. Hello Stranger..

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"andrew" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

02:42 min | 3 months ago

"andrew" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

"Come across something. I'll make a little note or mental note or something down or marketing my bob like we go back and look at this more study, some more talk about it and That's a lot of it whatever book. I happen to be reading Whether something on Eschaton. or Some kind of like a devotional or kristen live like Steve Lawson's new life in Christ. Rabbits will pop up in a wrap up here and there on I'll. I'll take for awhile and study on as I'm getting ready to podcast that'll. Deal with issues are just study, those do some topical studies. so that's kind of bad. It's kind of a mishmash of. Of different things against that. Re, different study bibles like you do Andrew I, don't I? Don't guess I do that Macarthur, Study Bible and Use that. I don't. I don't really have another study by. We'll use per se but. I mentioned. That I that I do that and someone all of a sudden. I got a package of about two dozen different study bibles. Most of them were from home because I mentioned I like the Holman I mentioned this and someone went out and got all of these different study. Bible so I actually have a large stack of I've I've actually haven't been able to get through that stack. Yeah! So. My wife's can said I can't buy more bibles and and the. The preaching on a week when we go to church are. Whatever the pastors preaching on Kathy now both take notes and that'll. Will. Explore some of those things. Maybe you throughout the week, so our pastor Brian Hughes. We listened to I. Still Listen to Jim Osmin on the Internet. Even though we've moved away, he's going through. Hebrews right now, and it's fantastic and so yeah, just different things. And he's having a conference right now. With a Brit. WHO's talking kind of funny at his pulpit right now? Paul Taylor. So Joking Jim and I said I would I would come to the conference except I didn't know if I can understand his language, you know. I needed I needed translation well, obviously, obviously, that got back to Paul because Paul, texted me yesterday, and said Hey, are you going to come here to do translation for me? Funny. All right so here's a question. What Bible College be recommend for me as a teacher to attend in person or online..

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"andrew" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

05:24 min | 3 months ago

"andrew" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

"Who is the man and dressing worthy man? They escorted him out and as he's being out, he's preaching the Gospel on the way out well. There's a difference there 'cause. This is someone that's leading people astray. To to damnation that you may have a church that they're not the they're. You disagree with them, but it's not damnable It doesn't lead them to hell, so that would be the difference. I'd make their. this next question. We can't answer, but I'm GonNa, read it and ask the person get hold of me. Cindy asks. I'm a sudden. I was going to join a church, but my doctor Says No. What should I do? What you should do is email me. just at Info striving for Trinity Dot Org. August that we the that's why we can't answer that because there's just not enough information. we don't know what your situation is that the doctor would say no just in. Here's a question that came in I was asked to you, but I have a feeling. You're going to throw back at me. So this is in the category of world, religions cults in movements when. The question is Justin. Do you plan on addressing Hebrew roots? Yes. It's IT I won't say it's not. It's not my front burner necessarily, but it is something I've looked at in. In all probably end up doing podcast on it, but. It's it's bad Juju, but but yeah, that's that's definitely. Wait wait wait. You're GonNa Talk Hebrew roots again with the bad juge knew. What do you want against my people? The Bad Juju. About, Hebrew roots no less than calling you do. I gotTA learn to stop saying that around here. Will give you a resource. For this only resource I know on Hebrew Roots Movement again. It covers my face, which is good tourism. Tour is I've gone. No are else, Walberg. We've done to podcasts I've had him on my rap report podcast and the title that we use of that podcast was tourism and I had him on politics live, and the top title was tourism. Tourism is a term. He came up with to describe HEBREW ROOTS BLACK HEBREW ISRAELITES. All these groups that want. Want to put themselves back under the law, and it is the only book that I've seen on the subject. It is an excellent excellent book handles things wonderfully and I recommend you getting it so just look for the book. Tourism are Christians required to keep the the law of Moses and so You can go to tourism book dotcom Tour Ism. Book Dot Com. And you can pick it up there. And let Robert Know that I send you a way..

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"andrew" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

04:54 min | 3 months ago

"andrew" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

"Just knew anything you want to add to that. No, no, not really. It's Yeah, just kind of depends largely on how much time you have. If you've got, you know just a couple minutes passing with someone, you can have to do it differently than if you're sitting down over meal and half. An hour with him so. If I'm doing open air in a Matt Near light, everyone's just waiting for the light to change. I got thirty seconds. You know it's going to be we all sin, we all four for fall short of God's glory. We break his law. That would make us criminals. We Li- we steal therefore need to get a right stay with God. How do we get into right stay with guy? We can't do it. It ourselves because we're ready criminals. We need someone who's perfect. Who can pay a fine? That's almighty God. Jesus Christ came in the flesh fully. God can pay the fine fully man he can. He pay the find for us? Being fully got. He pays it for all eternity. We must turn trust in our cell phone. Our good works and turn and trust Jesus Christ. And believe in Christ. We repent and have eternal life. That's basically all crane thirty seconds. If I have weighed more time to get into more details, just follow up. That is what reasons would you recommend for those who would be apologists? Raise, recommend from those who would be apologists. With this for the next hour. Yeah. Oh, my goodness Yeah there, there's A. There's a number of apologetic books out there course Ray, comfort has the evidence Bible That's a good resource Andrew. You've got resources on apologetic. It striving for eternity dot org. So maybe Andrew.

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"andrew" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

10:14 min | 10 months ago

"andrew" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

"Christians understand the responsibility to be clear to be always ready to give an answer and to give that answer directly with clarity not with confusion and we understand that even as confusion is to be avoided and clarity is to be demonstrated we understand that. The worst form of confusion is an intentional confusion and intentional ambiguity. Welcome to wrap report with anger REP report we provide biblical interpretations and applications. This is a ministry of striving for eternity and Christian pushing podcast community content or to request a speaker for your church go to striving for eternity door. Okay we are back back. I am Andrew Report your host of the.

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"andrew" Discussed on Andrew Hackett's Illimitable Living

Andrew Hackett's Illimitable Living

01:34 min | 11 months ago

"andrew" Discussed on Andrew Hackett's Illimitable Living

"That money to empower our people to make people feel good about themselves to connect people back to HR. That's what success is now I employ you if you want to be successful and I know you to first of all figure out what success means two year Find fees delve deep into them work through them overcome them. You do it from his point of view. Don't just focus on the mind focused on the body as well. Your body deserves to be loved as well and looked after. If if you carrying too much white lose the white. If you haven't got enough energy change your diet so you can have more energy. Someone said to me a few years ago when I was explaining to them. What my big dreams were my idea of success plus the thoughts that I wanted to change the world and I said to me and you are you looking after yourself and I said you know what I do I I ate orrick high and an exercise much not probably probably drink too much and I said to me Andrew? If if you're going to be that successful there's nowhere in the world you're gonNA physically manage it if you don't start looking after you so you've course looking after yourself now. So that when you get to that point. You've got the energy to that. You've got the.

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"andrew" Discussed on Andrew Hackett's Illimitable Living

Andrew Hackett's Illimitable Living

07:42 min | 11 months ago

"andrew" Discussed on Andrew Hackett's Illimitable Living

"I think to just get a hit around that. We're always very supportive. They love me very much so there was never any doubt in. That is just annoyed that my mom needed time particularly to just quietly process it. My Dad's a very practical man. He's he's a good man but he's very practical Manzar. Although I know he was seen in his own way Mom was always gonNA take a little longer but She now sees it the way I see it and I see it as a necessary. Dina the everything that happened including my m my unconscious state state for some twenty s after that quite often reach into a bottle to forget to disconnect. It's very common. A lot of the other survivors. Elida found out a lot of them got heavily into drugs as well and various other. The instructor would never really my thing to be honest with you. The alcohol worked. It was a beautiful white Silk Medicaid and My mom soon realized you know after many discussions with everything that that she started to say the way I see it and and for me I would lead from all of that was a process that can only can only be said to be. I A remarkable self-awakening realization of things that at the time I never never would have begun to think I could realize but the big realization for me was that I the abusive incident itself was was quite clearly orchestrated by the universe to make me who I am today to. I needed to go through what I went through so that I can understand what I need to understand to be able to. Now be up to do for people what I can do for people and I I regret that for for one second although it was Although it was very difficult at the time and you can probably tell. It still has a certain rawness to me because it's not something I talk about very often despite have been in my book you know it's not it's not something that everybody needs another day tells off but it's But the story in itself creates a almost a personal power to narrow the you know if I got through that and that has made me who I am today really these nothing out there. There's nothing out there that can do that again. Could even come close to impacted me the way it is. It's almost like it was does. It was the event that created this night belief. I had for so many years as I was almost like a superhero with Nar caused not knowing water Y. O. L. But I used to have these these fabulous dreams of flying and everything which is not an uncommon thing. I think for a lot of kids but I just I always always believed that I was destined for bigger things. I just. I just couldn't get past that trying to define it to realize it and it wasn't until I really started to embrace the idea of helping someone else. In the case was I knew that this thing was rising up within me and I knew I had someone by Mossad by physically and spiritually so physically Klay was my wife at the time who was a great friend and she she always rather unwittingly deed her part on knowing what was going on and then spiritually which was these angel. The KIP visiting me. My drains to raise show me that it was time to to get on with it the forgery. Whatever is ahead no idea? I had no idea at that time. What it all meant ain't what it would look like wear up and although I have that level of clarity now I see it circulated? It's like a movie in my head. Almost what is the common how it'll work it. That clarity has taken years in years and years of extraordinary work extraordinarily inner work personal growth work personal development work. Or what I prefer to refer to as personal redevelopment only because you know in a lot of aspects were already developed developed in our unwinds we need to just redevelop castles to be able to really find nothing life and it was that underlying lying on. I don't know if you've ever seen the movie. Unbreakable with Bruce Willis Security Guard guy. Who just he knows? There's something more going on. But he just he just doesn't feel worthy he's really sad crystal the time He's not sure what's going on but he just. This is in a pool within him. That says this so much more that there the there is there is a cause for you and then eventually throughout the movie he starts to tap into these kind of powers he hasn't been able to connect necked by touching with in a lot of cases. The bad guys and seen what they have are about to so much like a psychic sort of clairvoyance. That's what it was. It was this feeling within him when he figured this out. It is a It's a remarkable feeling of limitless. Potential of invincibility. You do you arrive with your superhero costume on all of a sudden an a- although I never really had much of the like her or anything like that it's a really strong earning date with me and it. It was really important for made a find that overseas. And it's still something this developing but the the real realization for me was is this. I believe there is that hero with an absolutely everyone. I believe everybody has that Uni but just into from wise it means different things to different people because it comes from different different places from different upbringings from from different cultures. And I it was when I started to fully really understand and grasp that I really started to realize I said I have a role to play in enabling empowering people to find that within themselves and that that was something I could Nino now. We.

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"andrew" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"andrew" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

"And I do a live. If show every Thursday night. Eight to ten eastern time people can come in and we basically just have an open forum where anyone can ask anything as zones. We don't have a pre scheduled debate or something like that and that becomes a podcast so you can listen to those anytime at your convenience. I've a podcast for podcasters. Because we train people how to do podcasting in our Christian podcast community and therefore we have a podcast called so you want to be a podcast and that is another podcast. I do have a couple more than it'd be working on within our community but we run a group on facebook colds. You know you Christian podcast community where we discussed podcasting and I am trying to be accessible to folks and so because of that with if you're interested in any of the things that we have you can get a hold of us you can get hold of us at our website striving for Dot Org. You can follow me on twitter. I'm at at Andrew Rappaport. I'm on facebook. Were I try to stay. Active in the striving fraternity group on facebook. So those ways. You might be able to get hold of me if there's any way that I could have helped to you if there's any at this that you heard and you said you know I want to know more about Jesus Christ I've heard of him. I haven't had a a great view of him or I've heard he's a fairy tale. I don't believe he was real. Whatever is the view that you have? If you'd like to have someone that you WanNa talk to you can reach out. You can always contact like me and I will do my best to answer your questions because the most important message you could ever hear the message of the Bible the message that God God himself died in your place that God himself paid a fine. You and I can never ever be able to pay. We'd take us all eternity. He paid that that once in time that you and I could be set free that you and I could be in a right. Stay with God we could be forgiven. So many people deal with guilt of Sin. Yes in that they have. They have so much guilt over things they've done and some people turn to drugs or alcohol or different things like that but you you can be forgiven and you can be released from the guilt of sin more importantly you could be a wright state with God the way to do that is to stop trusting yourself as a good person. Stop trusting in your good works as thinking they'll save you. Don't trust that you're your genealogy or I was raised Catholic and therefore I'm going to go to heaven whatever. It is raised Muslim whatever the religion is. Don't trust that the only thing you can trust in is a payment. He made that was made by God himself when he became a man died on the cross. The reason it's important is because of who he is he's as Almighty God. And so for that reason you have to turn from trusting those other things and trust in. Jesus Christ repent is. Wouldn't that means when we turn. That's the word repent so we repent and we receive. Christ he died in our place. We believe if we put our trust in him. If you've done that please contact me. Definitely contact this podcast so that they know but I want you to think about that. There's no more important message than the message of the Gospel. The good news of Jesus. Christ I thank you for listening. Keep checking this.

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"andrew" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

13:12 min | 1 year ago

"andrew" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

"We finally get to the ice cream shop. We're sitting in the front of ice cream. James Shopping I I do remember telling him as a nice story for him but I believe in facts. I actually told him that. Ah He's explaining these things that the chuck ended up. I told him that I was God's chosen people. I was in like Flynn. I was taught to believe that I was going to heaven. Because my Judaism and for that reason I really wasn't putting much wait in what he was saying about someone that died for me so that I can go to heaven or be right with God because I thought it was a ready right with God just because I was Jewish. Wish never mind the fact that almost burnt my house down twice once. We've put it out with fire extinguisher. Second Time Fire Department. I improved in my ah might sin crimes against God and others i. I was not a good kid but I thought my Judaism was going to get me to heaven. Chuck made a comment. That normally would have enraged me yet. This time. It didn't. He ended up saying that as I told him I was in like Flynn. He the same. What if your mother was right here right now message and you walk away? Your your mother would have died in vain. I really like hearing that. But Chuck Challenge Jalan me in a way that no one else had done before and for some reason I stayed clear in my thinking I didn't blackout. I remember clenching my fists Jason Turning around and then re released the fist and as he said that I kept I kept thinking and theologically theologically this. That wouldn't have been right what he's saying if if your mother died so that I'd be right here right now listeners. Message than she would have died in vain if I walk away. Ah kind of not the best thing to say not really theologically accurate. But I do remember. I didn't want her death to be in vain. Remember I thought that somehow it was my responsibility bounce -bility that she died and this is the thing sometimes happens with death is you never know how the surviving guilt can occur so I wanted to at least hear him out and so I needed to know more about this God man named Jesus because I had viewed this Jesus re being raised Jewish. There's nothing more than Hitler's God and May surprise of you who are Jewish but a being raised Jewish generation after the Holocaust when we were raised to believe that. Jesus Christ we saw Jesus Christ as the God of the Catholics and the Catholic Church funded nauseous funded Hitler and therefore we were always taught in Hebrew school that this is what the Jesus funds the killing of of Jewish people. Jesus Christ too. Many Jews represents the holocaust the inquisitions the Crusades where Jews would be killed by the Catholic Church that's how is viewed and so it was really hard for me to WanNa believe anything about Jesus saying believe in Jesus was offensive to me. Now I'm a logical person and so I basically said to chuck if you give me a logical reason to believe I will believe I'm so glad that God actually has a sense of humor. People say really. Where do you see see that you don't see him laughing in scripture but there's a thing thing of irony here's it me? As at that age I was a kid. Very very proud of my intellect I have a hundred in sixteen. IQ So because of that. I was very proud of that. Very proud of my Abilities to reason and things like this. And here's chuck. Who never finished the sixth grade? He's he's a sixth grade. Dropout barely reads but reads his his Bible. He knows his Bible well enough and that was a neat thing. That the fact that here you got a kid who thinks he's the smartest thing in the world getting taught the most important portent thing in his life from a guy who has barely passed the six great or didn't even finish sixth grade. I should say and so. Chuck extorted to show me prophecies. We're going to the Old Testament and the New Testament and basically what was going on. I'm running statistics in my head and I'm I'm realizing is in some of these. Things are just coincidence and some of these things could be self-fulfilling. Now I ignore the self fulfilling one's because if they're self-fulfilling anyone can make them happen. So what do I do I'm looking at the ones that categorized as coincidence and I figure out what are the calculations these things and I start running them in my mind and I realized allies that it we got beyond what's called statistical impossibility which tend to forty eighth power. It is statistically impossible to fake all of of these fulfillment of scripture on just ones that are put in the category of coincidence like where Jesus Messiah would be born. What family line things like this? He had no control over those things. I I ended up saying chuck. Stop were beyond statistical impossibility. The New Testament had had been written by God. I didn't believe in Christ but I believe New Testament I ask. What does the New Testament teach and chuck start to explain about the death breath of Jesus Christ on behalf of my sins where I have broken? God's law lying steal and do things like that I've broken his law and that Jesus Christ raced by his death being an eternal being he could pay that fine for all of eternity because every time we break God's law because God's infinitely the holy it has an infinite consequence and that's why either we pay for all of eternity or an eternal being as it once in time and that's what he is explained. Explain with Jesus Christ being eternally God can pay that for not only me but for others as well and so as he's explaining meaning that he talks about his death he talks about his burial. He talks about his resurrection and at the resurrection. I stopped them. I understood understood that Christ might have died for my sins on that cross but the resurrection did. People don't raise themselves so I tried to explain away the resurrection. I explained a way without having ever reading of the the different arguments against the resurrection. I I argued almost all of them wrong tomb Maybe really dying. He walked away All the different ones. I have one that I believe is still original with me. My last argument was say maybe. The sales stole the body by digging underneath the tomb stealing the body They dug underneath. Come up through center. Take the body Out and Chuck says in Three Days Andrew. They didn't have heavy equipment back then and I dropped my head into my hands. And he says what's wrong and I realized sized that the resurrection was the proof that Jesus was who he said he was Almighty. God it's sitting there on the steps of a dairy queen for first first time my life I would do able to come to grips with my wife Sorry my my mother who died six years earlier. I could deal with her death all of a sudden. You didn't seem to bother me. But more importantly I realized that I was in a right state with God God. I prayed that Christ would forgive me. I turn entrusted him and him alone now. My Judaism definitely not my good works. Because I didn't have too many of them not not being a good person. Because I didn't have that. But I was trusting my Judaism I had to turn from trusting that too trusting. Jesus Christ now. I'm not sure where my mother isn't that. May It'd be hard for some to here to think about. As far as I know I believe that my mother is probably gonNA spend turning the lake of fire which is horrible to think about but unless she relieved in the Gospel. That's where she would be an as hard as it is for me. To think about it is is the way reality works. God is a just judge and he's going to be angry at the wicket every day and we have to pay that fine unless last it is paid for us now. The resurrection is really the proof of this. I say this about my mother her because she didn't as far as I know know about the message of Christ's death burial resurrection. Your Jesus his resurrection his message. What he said you can look up in the gospel of John? There he said in John Fourteen eighteen six. I am the way the truth in life. No one comes to the father except through me one must believe that Jesus Christ is is who he said he is in John Six forty seven. It says he who believes in me has everlasting life so everlasting knife not living forever. It's not being in heaven. It's it is actually knowing God and him whom he sent. Jesus Christ now. Many the people have been raised knowing that Jesus was a famous person some may know he was a Jewish person. One of the most well known verses this verse John Three Sixteen for God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son that whoever believes leaves him should not perish but have ever lasting life. Yes Jesus is a famous person known because the world the entire world actually was changed because of what he you did and one thousand nine hundred eighty four. I came to realize what that meant for me. That Jesus this Christ Almighty God who became a man actually died in my place and paid the fine. I should pay. And that's when I went from being an enemy of God to a child of God you can have that to by turning from trusting whatever it is whether you trust in your good works your genealogy thinking you're a good person turn from those things and trust Jesus Christ Jesus alone and you can have a turn in life that God has done many things with me. Since that time I've been able to get into ministry. I've been a pastor of a church. I now work. For and the founder and executive director striving for eternity ministries. And you could find out more about me and the ministry at Striving Fraternity Dot. Org We actually have have my testimony written out there on the website and God has been able to use me to travel round the world to to be able to teach and preach I evangelize in many places pretty much wherever I go. I've just recently come back from two weeks in the Philippines with my friend. Justin Peters we were doing the disarmament conference in taught on church discipline. We did a training for evangelism and so God has now used me to be able to travel the world to be able to share. The same thing that happened to me can can happen to others that they too can have attornal life. God has opened up doors for me not only to travel the world and share that message but I also do it through the technology we have means of through our website. We we have classes. We offer that we can teach people here from the United States literally around the world with her Striving Fraternity Academy. We have classes on how to interpret the Bible and systematic theology. How to disciple someone? We do have a class on world religions. I've written a couple of books that are out. What do they believe which is on the major Western religions? What do we believe which it deals with the Basis Sisak Theology Christian faith which is really helpful for folks to know what Christians actually believe and those Zurve able at the website but what God has also opened up with the technology is the ability to do podcasting great way teaching and we have started. What's called the Christian podcast community? I'm the executive director of and I have a couple of podcasts on my own. I've Andrew reports rap report which is usually about an hour long show. Oh weekly but then I also do a daily show which is Monday through Friday only two minutes long so if you like something short he can get Andrew rap reports rap report daily. That's the shorter one where you can do. Both I also have one called politics live which I do with a friend of mine from Com Dot Org Matt Slick. He.

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"andrew" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

18:59 min | 1 year ago

"andrew" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

"Faith when false religions ring your doorbell do you know what you're Muslim and Jewish friends believe you will if you get Andrew Rappaport book what do they believe when we witnessed to people we need to present the truth it is very wise to know what they believe and you will get Andrew Rappaport book.

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"andrew" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"andrew" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

"Should we be saying oh well because we have the flip side. We the people that tried to avoid event together because while you know i stay at home with the family saturday as a family decks of action seems to happen on saturdays <unk> free but you can you can go have plenty of other times of the week. You don't have to do a a whole lot of andrew to evangelize. It doesn't take very long. You could go to your local watt and just walk in there by a cup of coffee handed gospel track to the person the counter you really wanna get have some fun you can do like i do and just turn to the lady at the counter and say goodbye the coffee for the person behind me. Just give him one of these tracks when i leave just blessed by coffee. It's really funny to just watch their reaction as you walk out and the personnel realizes that coffee was just bought. I watched awesome like i used to watch him all morning because i used to go to war. We're going to work and do this. They'd be looking for what we can't believe. Someone did so every once in a while. I'll get an email from someone you can have very quickly. The reality is this would you don't ignore evangelism for the sake of the family and you don't avoid the family for the sake of evangelism. There's a balance. Here's all these people that we ended up seeing they try to figure out what's the priority is it. Is it god church. Family work or is it god family church work. I always find it interesting. That worked seems to be on the bottom but you look at most guys lives in. It's really like work and then nothing else underneath it. You don't have the priority is it's really simple. Oh god that's it. Sometimes guys can put work for sometimes he's going to family. Sometimes he's going to put church. I sometimes it. He's going to mix that up on you. How are you going to know well you get into the word of god you start studying the word of god you start praying off in and you look get every circumstances they would have the lord having to hear sometimes even though you plan to go out and evangelize and you have a team the people you're going to meet up with and something happens at home. That's more important then. Don't go because there are people that make one of two idols in this area. There are those people that make an idol of their evangelism. I mean there are going to go out. There evangelized does that is that becomes their god. It's not really about leading people to christ for many of what it is for a lot of folks but will you see some people that make an idol out of their evangelizing. Some make an idol out of their family both the wrong so am i telling you that you shouldn't be evangelism yes and no if if.

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"andrew" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"andrew" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"This july addition we have our very own andrew klavan hey andrew we'll be taking questions for an entire hour so please remember our conversation is live for everyone to watch we like to be inclusive that way even though we are conservative and supposed to not include you guys but we do but you can only be a part of the conversation if you're a subscriber what does that mean you need to go click the lincoln video description to ask questions and signed up and be sure to tune in next month for episode with michael knowles it's going to be tuesday august twenty first at five thirty pm eastern two thirty pm specific specific pacific time and it'll be mean michael on this couch in his studio this catches kind of become a staple of the conversation don't sit this close to mike alone and comfortable i mean i've said numerous times before can we just give me some space to yourself to say the tomb repeatedly earlier he was trying on shirts and he's like what should i wear or should i wear this and i'm like yes we're all the search just covered all up i was part of the valentine's day promo don't need to relive that nightmare anyway but it's good to have you here to be your yes it has although i see from time to time wandering wandering people under what i do around here just wondering it's important job somebody's got to do your first crash rate i'm ready great this is from ben he says hi andrew in the past you've said that works of fiction like our three in legends helped bring you over to christianity can you give us some more details about that yes sure i mean i started reading the tough guy writers because i was looking for male role models and a lot of their books were based on three and legends so i turned to our three and legends and all the are three and legends are center around christian iconography the holy grail and things like that that ultimately led me to read more about christianity just because i wanted to be a writer and know more about the culture to understand the background of it yeah it seems that this was at the core of every work i saw and i just thought well i'm going to be a writer i want to know what people are writing about that's when my my father caught me reading the new testament and screamed at me for half an hour absolutely he was he was afraid i would convert salim turns out a question from steven who do you see playing you ben and michael and the authorized daily wire by out i think for me it does bruce willis definitely because he's got he's got the hairline thinking we'd have to find a young jeff goldblum for for band just gordon levitt that's excellent excellent suggestion you'd better answer than mine i will see your answer and and nause gotta be kidding still donald trump supporter scott bales donald trump no you need somebody young and vibrant like you know gosh who's that girl who played the never mind wait a minute himself to patient five something you'd probably want to be that person that plays himself the late and wonderful fred thompson played himself in in a movie that's right that's right isn't that how he got his acting start i believe the i think that's how he got his acting start we'll have to google that but if you wanna get you know experience an acting and writing like yourself should someone like me.

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"andrew" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"andrew" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"The room as if kennedy's retirement were cross between a jewish wedding and the mama mia sequel the other news is the donald trump has agreed to july sixteenth meeting in helsinki with president about vladimir putin of russia hearing of the meeting special counsel robert muller jumped excitedly from his chair and cried quote a ha at last i have proof that trump is colluding with the russians unquote he then ordered a raid on the white house surrounding the rose garden with g men carrying tommy guns who shouted at president trump that he was surrounded and should come out with his hands up when someone explained to muller that it was legal for trump to meet with putin was actually just normal oh foreign policy muller responded quote well then i guess this raid was pretty stupid and i should get back to spending millions of taxpayer dollars investigating things that never happened and charging people with crimes that wouldn't have existed if i hadn't been investigating them for no reason in the first place unquote president trump says that he's looking forward to the helsinki meeting with putin so they can discuss putin's plans for throwing the midterms decay oss trigger warning andrew klavan and this is the andrew klavan show also say thompson these so all right the cleveland weekend is upon us already hard to believe this week has been so packed with news just went flying by but we have george weigel today great interview with george weigel a catholic intellectual who will discuss what went wrong with the west really really interesting guy very eloquent very intelligent there's catholic can is you know they have this two thousand years of tradition weighing on it lifts them up unless it's knowles and then he just drags.

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