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"beersheva" Discussed on The Bible Project

The Bible Project

06:22 min | 3 months ago

"beersheva" Discussed on The Bible Project

"He's going to the project. That's right and the eden echoes are just blaring from the these first lines. That god says abram with the word blessing to repeated five times and it's intentionally echoing that eden blessing back from genesis. Wanted to so. I'll bless you all make your name. Great you'll be a blessing. Blessed of bless you the one who treats you curse style curse and in you. All the families of the earth will find blessing to like okay. The eden dream is coming to the whole planet. Come to the whole planet and it's going to happen through this guy and his family. The restoration eden in some form will take place through the sky and his family cause right thus blessing so lines five and six year. I'll bless those who bless you in other words. god's attaching himself in this hope to particular lineage and those who bless and treat god's chosen blessed ones in a favorable way friendly way god will in lease even more eaten blessing. But for those who you know try and undermine even support abraham in his lineage. God will treat the opposite. Here's what's interesting. The first story. Where abraham gets blessed by somebody and the first story where somebody intentionally puts abraham and his family in danger is in genesis chapter fourteen. It's a story that begins in a really unusual way begins by telling you about five kings who ruled far to the east of where abraham is the king of babylon the king of all these kings kerr and they're ticked off because four kings who live in the land of canaan Stop paying their taxes to to these five key these five kings of the far east had a coalition and they were getting rich off the taxes of the subjugated nations of canaan the king of sodom being the first one. Okay here this. Pull up genesis fourteen cars so there was a time when a guy named on rafael with king of she. Nar she nour's where the tower in the city of babylon revolt. Okay that's that's but also guy named are yoke king of lsi cadore mayor king of ilam to doll king of these kings went off to war against berra king of sodom bitter shah king of good maura sheen of king of atma sham ever king of the volume and king of bella zohar. So excuse me. I misstated it's Four kings of the far east versus five kings here in canaan and led by the kings of sodom. Just an epic ancient. Yeah battle toilet is kings and here. the five kings joined forces in the valley of she deem because for twelve years they had been slaves to kadora but in the thirteenth year. They said no more. We're not paying taxes taxes deal independence day so in it goes on in the fourteenth year those four kings mounted a campaign. We're getting you back. Natives come to like get even the other day on planter. Exactly the whole point of this is like here's the kings of the land. Doon doon. What kings do taxes money territory. Power in power. So you know what's funny is And hebrew when you read this these names are. I have some more homework to do. But some of these names are meant to make you snicker berra means with evil and beersheva means in wickedness shin of the king of atma. Chenoweth means hater of the father. These are the bad guys father hater. Yeah they're they're all bad guys. It's just five bad guys versus four bad guy and there you go. It's just a bunch of so it's sometimes nations raging and this nation star wars and rumors of wars. That's right so essentially what the four kings of the east dues they come the tech sodom and who happens to be living there abrahams nephew abrahams nephew nephew. Lot as their poker. And but lot went with abram when abraham received that initial blessing so member. I'll bless those who bless you. Those who treat you as cursed one. God will take it personally and will defend this people. This is a story where abram is chillan under Some oak trees with some other candidates. And what we're told is that they had entered into a covenant with abraham. So you've got a bunch of canaanites. Some of whom we is the war going on. Yup the words going on. And here's abram up in the hill. The hill hip sitting me and a refugee from the war comes and says there's a war happening and well. Your nephews been kidnapped. So abram heard this and he pulled together three hundred eighteen men. Yeah yeah this is when you realize. Abram wasn't just some dude in the hills slouch he's got he's got a little army. Yeah yup he was able to pull together an army of three hundred eighteen gorilla trained whatever grill warriors they do a night raid and it just says during the night. Abram divided his men. Hasn't someone made a movie about this. He attacked them. Chased them pursued them as far as damascus but like one hundred miles north. Wow and he recovered all of the goods and his relative lot and all of possession rescued all the women and and he did a night raid on specifically just the the four kings that attacked the five and and took their stuff. Your four kings of the east four kings of the east yup. So you're supposed to be thinking whoa. Yeah it's pretty That's creek and this is the first instance of a pattern. That we need. Bruce willis to play. This is the first instance of a pattern of god's chosen one going against great odds you gideon and his three hundred soldiers. That fight against the media is echo of abraham and his three hundred eighteen and is repeated over and over again happens a lot to delight pattern of god blessing those who bless.

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"beersheva" Discussed on GSMC Soccer Podcast

GSMC Soccer Podcast

08:35 min | 6 months ago

"beersheva" Discussed on GSMC Soccer Podcast

"Say but yeah so these two teams battling for which was the worst in this group and beersheva come on top granada. Zero zero draw against powell. Don't really do much there. i mean they. They had slightly. I mean it was pretty much even possession even passing accuracy. Aiming balk was certainly a lot more aggressive Granada had a few more shots only to on target though so it was kind of a boring game to watch. Not what you want to see from granada. They head into the knockout rounds. And you know with this. Draw there now in pop to so They could get a bad draw n. Be out of this competition early. You have a a one one draw from napoli real sociedad the also get a late late equaliser in extra time from william hosts. Say not sure if that draw help them. Get into the into the knockout rounds. Because i'm not really sure. Let me check What the head to head battle between marin them were it was zero zero draw and also regardless. Russell's you that we're gonna make it through even if they were tied in points because they did defeat as more one oh in terms of aggregate between the two games So really there was no. There was nothing in it for them to to to tie it especially with As more losing but of course if easy but it was it was late in that game. Easy off more. Were able to get lost so there are still a lot writing for. We also see that in this game so so they got a draw to assure themselves a spot into the knockout rounds. Which you know you wanna see wanna see the best competition there and napoleon we also see that are certainly that next. We have young boys and cf are clues witch. I mean you had some late late goals in this one. I mean there was no goal until the eighty four. Th minute when clues Took the lead in the eighty. Four th minute and then two extra-time goals from the young boys giving them a two one lead oversee for clues not that i would have really mattered. I mean both teams were locked into the place that they were at. But still i mean it. It's kind of like a you know it's a good sign for the young boy to see that kind of fighting them as they now. Head into the knockout rounds. 'cause they're certainly going to need it. Going in their next. We have was the next game. We have milan versus sparked prague and milan take care of business. jen's peter hawes their new signing Gets the goal and they they get the one win and this was. I guess this was kind of important because you know they needed to. They got the lead in the group. And they're going to be pot one now so they certainly will get a much favourable. Draw lil on the other hand. Losing to celtic in the last game of this group stage their only loss in this competition not the way they wanted to end it but that is how things go for them and and now after after being one of the best teams in this group pretty much the entire group stage. They are in pot two after losing to celtic and they lost a celtic three. Two two. i mean just not the way they want to go me timothy. Wailua got a goal for lil in this game in the seventy first minute to give them The tie to two. But then david turnbull gets a seventy fifth minute game winner for celtic to give them a three two win and at least give them some sort of consolation prize as they played terribly in this group stage. I mean i was expecting them to be you know. What does it like a contending third-place team for in the in this europa league group stage but they were clearly outclassed by milan lil and also sparked up progress. They were behind them by two points. and they had clearly the worst goal differential negative nine in this entire group stage. Just not what. I expected at all from celtic. Put still what a terrible way for to end this group. Stage run after playing so well early on they get this loss. And i believe if i'm not mistaken. This is their first loss of the entire season. Let me go to league on real quick to see if they have they lost the game no can a little little lost. The game Recently to Who was it. They lost to up to rest all right. So yeah little are certainly not any after the that. Nice start to the season kinda cool down a little bit But still there into the knockout rounds. That's that's what the main goal was early on and and they did accomplish that goal but it still has to sting just a little bit that they are not able to have that lead and be in pot one Next you have hockenheim and gent and hoffman. Heim just continue to look like one of the best offensive teams in this entire competition just completely dominating gent who the all competition long. They haven't looked like You know they'd been in any sort of felt comfortable here. No no momentum for them. They scored only four goals. Allowed fifteen for negative goal differential even losing to liberec. It's just it didn't really work out for them. Zero points in six matches and oftentimes go out on top of this group not losing a single game getting in six games Next we have lou reds losing to last three to one and in this game last pretty much took care of business in the second half Literates took a early lead in the second. Half of the forty six minute goal but then three goals in the matter of eleven minutes for last gets them the win here not that it really matters because even with the wind and the ant were loss they still finished third. even though it's a close third. I mean all three teams in this that scored that got points and it would double digit points so it was certainly You know at the a what does he at. The at the expense of legal reds has got nine six losses nineteen goals scored against them so they certainly did not play. Well at all but tottenham an aunt worthy teams that go through Because tottenham were able to win against antwerp to go in that battle for the top of the top two teams to see which team can get the top spot in the group and no surprise i mean carlos vicious giovanni lo shell to the young ends on that team getting goals for them The did not start song. They did not start harry kane because obviously those guys need to rest since they've been doing so much for them in the premier league But they're still able to take business. I mean had you had a gareth bale signing you saw lucas jauregui. Harry winks dougherty. They had a lot of great players on that team and Even even joe hart gotta gotta gotta start here and there. I mean Yeah so talk that to victory get that lead in the group and are in pot one and looking very good looking like a favorite in this competition so yeah really from tottenham next. We have Mcabe tel aviv. Defeating sivas border. One to nothing really really wouldn't have mattered. Even if for let me see they had eight. Points won't yeah. I guess it would really matter of sivas. Ford had a big time chance to win against macabre tel aviv. And move onto the next round but they lost two games in a row and really not what you wanted to see from them towards the end of this game But still bet. That's what happened and it's just it's i it sucked for them but still mcabe tel aviv. Were the better team throughout the group stage. And they move on You got what you got. Leicester city the feeding Aka athens to nothing for them to take the lead in the group and just by a hair. Because but i got them tie are tied for thirteen points but leicester city defeated them in terms of aggregate scores. They beat them. Four in the third and matchday three tying with them three three in the matchday four so they had some exciting games..

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"beersheva" Discussed on GSMC Soccer Podcast

GSMC Soccer Podcast

07:52 min | 6 months ago

"beersheva" Discussed on GSMC Soccer Podcast

"Back. Everyone if you've missed the last segment we talked about the premier league dud will weaken that. We had just told many boring game going on. But still i talked about him. Because of course always covering the premier league here and of course went over that manchester derby that we had that i mean. Can you really call it a manchester derby guys but still we talked about it. And now we're gonna be getting into the rope league group stage recap Talking about some of the final games that went on what the implications were on the groups. Of course just talking about the favorites to win you know talking about some of those teams coming in from the champions league and which teams are in part one and part two as we get into that round of thirty. Two knockout rounds. So let's get going with what went on during match day. Six now out quickly go over. I mean we got leverkusen taking care of business versus slavia prague to take the lead in that group of this game here at the end was going to decide which team was going to be. The you know the top in the group leverkusen. I always followed. They were going to take care of business here better. They're one of the better offencive teams in this entire competition left and they did just that Cska sophia got like a little bit of pride. When here you know just to to get the three points and defeat roma who i mean when when i really look at it they did play some of their good players but i mean for the most part they rested most of their guys because obviously They got to think about Steadier on what they're going to be doing there So this'll be arrested. Most of their top players You didn't see chris chris. Mullin god's sub dean by lopez and really plain and for the most part. i mean. yeah they pretty much sub most of their the the kept most of their players on the bench and see us k. Moscow took care of business. They they got their three points. And you know at least got a little bit of a what is it like. Yeah just just got some pride there so So they get that win standard lesion benfica tiger at a two two draw here and been fica and the blue top spot of the group to the rangers who took care of business versus like polls non as they defeated them two to nothing arsenal complete. Their you know. Just domination of the europa league so far as defeat doomed out to afford a to. I mean it's not like they had a tough group i mean they had mold rapid and ndau all teams that they are obviously much better than they scored twenty goals all their six games. Six i mean they have to do good somewhere right. I mean this is like this is the rest of their season. After what they the way they play in the premier league we talked about in the last segment. This is their whole season here. Thing they have so much writing on this end like this to end in a good way and i mean obviously they took care of business in the group stage but the things could change in the knockout rounds. I mean they do not play. Well win the pressure is on pressure has never been on during this entire group. Stage mean mold yeah. They played well but they lost two and a roaming. Obviously they lost to arsenal and after those losses there was just no threat for arsenal to lose the leading the group. So yeah they take care of business. Here dr win. A single game have negative eleven goal differential while arsenal cruise to a knockout. Rump up. you know appearance Next week got. Ps v taking care of business. The worst team in the group. They win four. Oh and get that lead in the group over nada who drew against by In the final game honestly a little bit. Because i'm always if you listen to me. I'm always a little bit of a root for granada bid. Because i'm always a enjoying the underdog and the teams that don't pay much for you know for their players because they don't have a big budget but still somehow find a way to do well and we're not have done just that but psv get up top four ot win over ac ammonia getting two goals in extra time from joel pineiro and they just screw the off to the knockout rounds next jecha defeating as as e alkmaar and man. What e- just what a way to go out man. I mean easy off mar the the way they were playing all group stage long made me feel like they were going to be the team that out one of real socio outer napoli and they just couldn't hold on two losses and two draws in their last four games just was not enough to give them the points that they needed to move on to the knockout rounds as real sociedad get a draw and just one point ahead of easy achmar. I feel bad for them honestly because they played really well. The defense was solid. Their offense was a little inconsistent but still was was there but they just they needed to take care of business against the worst team in this group a team that has clearly been underneath the other three throughout all the group stage and they get their only win against easy achmar that easy off more a got a red card late in this game for jesper karlsson in the eightieth minute. Rasiah get an extra time goal to get the win. And just rush the hearts of as e outsmart fans everywhere. It's just it's one of those results that you just never wanna see but it just happened to them and and it just it sucks that definitely one of the worst things that can happen there but next had rapid we in and mold tying tutu. It was a pretty fun game to watch. I mean Mold scored early. We rapid we in scored ripe equalized just before the half mold scored right after halftime and then rapid win equalised once again just before the game ended in the ninetieth minute to get the point. Not that it really did anything in terms of Were the place because mold were clearly going into the knockout rounds and we're still just three points ahead of rapidly end so still gotta give a hat your hats off to referee for trying so hard and at least try to make it a competition and they did play a lot better than mold in this game but So they were rewarded for with those efforts with a point but still no longer in the europa league competition Next we have nop elite. No need each verses. Beersheva and niche. Just maybe they were never really in this competition. They were never really in this in this entire group stage in the europa league and and just the they didn't show up for legal at all. I mean three points in six matches the four in a row to end the competition and it was just really bad really really really bad and they lost the other team that that was like at the bottom of the grumman in beer chevron it kind of sucks for beersheva because they started. The group staged great winning their first game. Then they lost four straight after that including two to slavia to to leverkusen but then they were able to beat meech and You know at least get third place a consolation prize..

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"beersheva" Discussed on Israel Story

Israel Story

04:39 min | 11 months ago

"beersheva" Discussed on Israel Story

"I was born burst shave I grew up in Beersheva that's God defeats new today. . God. These . a fifty years old but forty years ago when Gandhi was just ten UA sent out on an errand that basically landed him where he is today. . Major said to buy milk. . Find the puppy and just take the puppy, , bring it to my mother and she said, , no, , no. . No, he's , not going to stay here. . Sorry and she took me together with the pappy today shelter. . Bersheva the SPCA or southbound clean is the society for the prevention of Cruelty to animals. . They mainly give shelter to abandoned an injured cats and dogs and try to find homes for them. . They also have a lot of educational activities and raise awareness for the wellbeing of animals. . The Israeli chapter was actually founded long before the state. . In, , one, thousand, , , nine, , hundred, twenty, , , seven during the British mandate. . With route anyway God the mother stepped into the local bill chef branch in God couldn't believe his eyes. . Remember was shopping so so many dogs barking and barking and I was so sad like I understood it's a good place for them. . was begging begging to be they want to say come in and play with them and talk to them, and , maybe hug them. . So dennehy I realized that I. . Need to come almost every day, , and then I start to come almost every day after school instead of school. . Saturdays and holidays. . That was my oldest childhood. . Gaddi became extremely committed volunteer leaving the shelter working with the dogs around. . Selling cookies and lemonade to make. . Sense for the dogs and cats <hes> everything everything. . Really, , see my heart I don't know something that I always say Kenneth See animals suffering and they need help and not to do anything and did you convince your mother to <hes>? ? Let You keep the dog I try to but didn't success but after. . A she they agreed that the we have a dog, , we adopted a dog. . A in Bursch Chevron and we have a dog but. . The first one that you said, no, , , it's changed my life. . I think. . I think she today's vca. . You knows maybe <unk> take me there got the ultimately left bill ship and moved to Tel Aviv. . But one thing hasn't changed from then I did leave the. . For the last twenty years he served as the organization's spokesperson and let's just say he's been pretty busy since the pandemic struck into Gerona time. . It's starting very bad. . A lot of people start to abandon. . The animals was scared at what what's going to be now going to have so many animals that people want to throw away people are scared if they can bring this to them, , you know the Koran they the Koran out they I don't know just Keb ages not contagious people. . Emphatically, , it'll be the number of abandoned animals spiked and amid all the uncertainty and chaos of those early days. . Got The and his colleagues tried to reassure the public retell. The . people don't be afraid it's not contagious from. . To human beings and for you. . Don't be afraid. . And then something happened suddenly spca shelters around the country were packed but not with abandoned animals instead, , they were packed with people. . Seeking to adopt a quarantine companion, , you know people want to adopt dogs and cats in the time I think the virus Gerona did something great for the abandoned animals almost all day shelters in Israel are M. T. now adoption adoption adoption option option adoption, , everyday adoption, , lot corruption I. . Never See before never never never seen before unbelievable it's something that. . I don't know what to say thanks Kona while it's very good for those indicates that they don't want the corner state for sure I. . Don't want say they want the dogs cats find good place

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Alone, Together

Israel Story

04:39 min | 11 months ago

Alone, Together

"I was born burst shave I grew up in Beersheva that's God defeats new today. God. These a fifty years old but forty years ago when Gandhi was just ten UA sent out on an errand that basically landed him where he is today. Major said to buy milk. Find the puppy and just take the puppy, bring it to my mother and she said, no, no. No, he's not going to stay here. Sorry and she took me together with the pappy today shelter. Bersheva the SPCA or southbound clean is the society for the prevention of Cruelty to animals. They mainly give shelter to abandoned an injured cats and dogs and try to find homes for them. They also have a lot of educational activities and raise awareness for the wellbeing of animals. The Israeli chapter was actually founded long before the state. In, one, thousand, nine, hundred, twenty, seven during the British mandate. With route anyway God the mother stepped into the local bill chef branch in God couldn't believe his eyes. Remember was shopping so so many dogs barking and barking and I was so sad like I understood it's a good place for them. was begging begging to be they want to say come in and play with them and talk to them, and maybe hug them. So dennehy I realized that I. Need to come almost every day, and then I start to come almost every day after school instead of school. Saturdays and holidays. That was my oldest childhood. Gaddi became extremely committed volunteer leaving the shelter working with the dogs around. Selling cookies and lemonade to make. Sense for the dogs and cats everything everything. Really, see my heart I don't know something that I always say Kenneth See animals suffering and they need help and not to do anything and did you convince your mother to Let You keep the dog I try to but didn't success but after. A she they agreed that the we have a dog, we adopted a dog. A in Bursch Chevron and we have a dog but. The first one that you said, no, it's changed my life. I think. I think she today's vca. You knows maybe take me there got the ultimately left bill ship and moved to Tel Aviv. But one thing hasn't changed from then I did leave the. For the last twenty years he served as the organization's spokesperson and let's just say he's been pretty busy since the pandemic struck into Gerona time. It's starting very bad. A lot of people start to abandon. The animals was scared at what what's going to be now going to have so many animals that people want to throw away people are scared if they can bring this to them, you know the Koran they the Koran out they I don't know just Keb ages not contagious people. Emphatically, it'll be the number of abandoned animals spiked and amid all the uncertainty and chaos of those early days. Got The and his colleagues tried to reassure the public retell. The people don't be afraid it's not contagious from. To human beings and for you. Don't be afraid. And then something happened suddenly spca shelters around the country were packed but not with abandoned animals instead, they were packed with people. Seeking to adopt a quarantine companion, you know people want to adopt dogs and cats in the time I think the virus Gerona did something great for the abandoned animals almost all day shelters in Israel are M. T. now adoption adoption adoption option option adoption, everyday adoption, lot corruption I. Never See before never never never seen before unbelievable it's something that. I don't know what to say thanks Kona while it's very good for those indicates that they don't want the corner state for sure I. Don't want say they want the dogs cats find good place

Gandhi Beersheva Tel Aviv Major Bursch Chevron Gaddi Dennehy Kenneth M. T. Gerona Israel
"beersheva" Discussed on Israel Story

Israel Story

09:56 min | 1 year ago

"beersheva" Discussed on Israel Story

"Hey guys it's MSCI. Today is the Almasy Cohen the Israeli national remembrance or moral day for fallen soldiers and victims of terrorism. Obviously it's a very strange almasy Cohen. This year people have been instructed to stay home so that typically packed military cemeteries all around. The country are largely empty. The morning is more private this year. Less collective and with that we wanted to bring you one of our favorite stories. The story of one fallen soldier Sika in the bond that was created following his death but before we replay the story. I just wanted to say that as many of you know Israel decided to bunch. It's grief and it celebration together to juxtapose. Yoshua and a week later. You'll Mazi Cohen with your Matt. Smote Independence Day which follows immediately afterwards. Some people think that transition is too jarring schizophrenic. Others believe it's the most beautiful symbol of Israeli. Nece I've thought both of those things in my life and sometimes I think them at the same time but because no matter how we feel about it you'll not smoked will indeed start tonight. I wanted to remind you all to join us tomorrow. Wednesday April twenty ninth for is Rep. Eliza we've been working around the clock to prepare a truly remarkable daylong virtual independence day extravaganza thousands and thousands of folks have already gotten their tickets. And you should too. We'll be hosting its Perlman NAS. Daily Joe Nathan. Moshe Safdie Amari Stoudamire Lucy Amish Nobel laureate Dan. Shiffman guilt vade. We'll have short concerts by David. Boies on Shannon Street. A cooking class with chef. Neil Masika a self portrait workshop with artists on upheaval in many other surprises throughout the day. So trust me. You won't want to miss out. Tickets are available at Israel. Palooza dot org that's I s our AP A. L. O. Z. A. Dot Org all right. Now that we've jumped ahead to Yo Matt smote. Let's settle back into the solemness of Yoma Zico on with the story which we first aired in twenty eighteen by my then girlfriend now wife Federica Sasso. The story begins at the bubbles nightclub in Thailand. It's two thousand three. Suzy who had just graduated college was a member of the Peace Corps and I was stationed up. North New York Chiang Mai which was amazing. Getting Mingo is all day and sit in the jungle and I discovered post Army Israelis. It was very easy to spot them. Suzy cise curly haired son. Kiss guys wearing only Kyw Lake Tank tops and type. Pan Always having a good time super confident so one night. She was at this club with a bunch of other Peace Corps volunteers and it was like loud music. It was horrible. It was shitty drinks. It was gross and sweaty but everyone went and partied until like three in the morning and it was in that Uber. Romantic setting that suzy. I laid her eyes on a skinny handsome intense Riley Tiki. And I just hit it off. Immediately he asked what I was doing in highlands and I was like well. I'm a teacher and he's like we don't look like a teacher. Nasr like we don't look very Jewish so we started dancing or something. I don't know I was just like what does that mean. I don't look like teacher. Did you kiss that night? I don't know we're still conservative. Yes I don't know probably did something right. We were like twenty three and twenty to a few days later. Suzy got an email from seekie. Saying like. I have to see you again. I'm GonNa come visit you and I was like the male is very forward but he was really fun so invited him to my village and he showed up. And that was it. That's how we met. Ck L. Seemingly Oceans. Set them apart. Saiki had been a tank commander in the idea of and was now in the middle of his big post army trip doing that. Exact same time. Susie had been an Undergrad at the University of Tulsa. He was Jewish. She was Christian. Well I was Baptized Lutheran because my dad requested that we were baptized Thrim. But my mom is a devout Filipino. Catholics so we were raised in the Catholic Church. Suzy basically knew nothing about Israel like I just assumed it was this dusty old Middle Eastern country that no one would wanna go visit whereas Zeki on the other hand was a big Zionist. He was very passionate about me knowing. Israel knowing Judaism you know when we spoke of Our Future Together and what was possible. He was always very much lake. Yeah but we have to go back to Israel. Israel needs people like us that's right it didn't take long before these. Thailand flink turned serious and they began talking about sharing a life together. There was a lot of chemistry. I think that's when you kind of know you met someone who is going to change her life forever because it was really this instinct chemistry in this instant passion in this instant willing to like figure out how to make it work and they did long distance see shortly after they met seeking back home to Israel and began. Studying Management and behavioral sciences had been good in university in the negative. Here's his mom. Theater was very very good student. And in the meantime half a globe away susie kept on teaching English in her small tie village but their love for each other. It just grew stronger and stronger by the day. We kept leg video diaries. And then every seven days we would send them put on a cd-rom. After a few months of these proto flogging. Suzy came to visit sickie in Israel. He's like you must see everywhere in Israel you took your little car from Beersheva to Haifa meeting. All of his Army Friends Dead Sea everywhere like I had to do everything I had each warmer I had I had to have bumper reading. This is what we're doing. Let me show you is like Susie had a great time in Israel but even more so she had a great time with thicky. Always thinking of like the next big thing you know. He's like very happy very in touch with his emotions. He's always happy to just hang out. He's really laid back. It was refreshing. Did signed. Moshe Secrets Barons were surprisingly welcoming of this non Jewish girl from Oklahoma and no ticky. He picked Susie saw okay. Susie actually remembers a bit more pressure to the turns to me when I meet it. She said family is everything. I was like okay. I don't know what that means everything back in Oklahoma Suzy's family also had some adjusting to do. My father was German born older guy. He grew up in world. War Two Berlin. So awesome is like how do you feel about me-meeting Israeli and Suzy? I don't care spring me grandchildren. When I came to Israel to visit my dad called in Speak to Tiki in two key like holds a phone away from him and he's like your father keeps trying to speak Yiddish Timmy. But I don't speak Yiddish. I guess my dad was like you're Jewish. Doesn't everyone speak Yiddish soon? After she returned to Thailand from her visit in Israel. Suzy received a phone call from Oklahoma. They just said like you need to get on a plane. Dead's had a heart attack. He died a few hours later. I Went Oklahoma. Me and my brother lay cared for mom that month and helped her sort things out and seekie from faraway east. Rail was suzy's rock. I just remember him talking about Bush should speak. He could never match losing his father because so much and I just remember be mad at him and telling at least you're the lucky one and you have your father and he's like I know and I'm so sorry anything I even said in that conversation like. How do you not know what it's like to lose anyone you're from Israel and he's like I know but I don't and I'm sorry? I don't think he'll ever forget that conversation..

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"beersheva" Discussed on Follow the Leader w/ Eli Mandelbaum

Follow the Leader w/ Eli Mandelbaum

08:54 min | 1 year ago

"beersheva" Discussed on Follow the Leader w/ Eli Mandelbaum

"Like one of the highlights that you thought like wow you know I did? I even think that was possible when I started so some of the water because I I didn't know anything about water. I become somewhat knowledgeable about it and to change the water catastrophe that this was basically catastrophe. Asif Bowie I didn't notice the recently when I read a book called be watered by a sequel that in the history of the world no civilization -tations faced a water catastrophe and survived. The the Jewish people had nowhere to move so we had to deal with a catastrophe and so prices Mrs presented catastrophe and I said how we were able to make those changes. The negative sixty percent of the land of Israel sixty and only six percent of the population was there today. We started working for Chevron eighteen years ago it was one hundred ninety. One one thousand people losing three presenting a year today. It's two hundred fifty thousand people the fastest growing city in Israel and Jewish National Fund. The bill the seven Mile River Walk just opened a twenty nine Acre Lake Shop where I will tell you where we sat. There was nothing but garbage. There and we Abraham's will. There was the lock fences is three hundred ten thousand visitors we have a thirteen thousand seat. Amphitheater we've changed the the image of Beersheva together with the people showed up and we can walk it are people are lay. People can kill you the streets of show the restaurants and the places because they don't don't stay Justin bieber crucial I am. They're going to Russia. I who would've imagined that when I saw the lane open last month I right and looking at eleven years of my life I tell you the details of the plan. I could tell how deep it is. How many screws and cement we use? But I'm always amazed because when you're able to do it you say well and then you look around at the people that did with you and they're saying well and then they're saying let's go to the next one let's go to the next one and so away. Inspiration comes from that excitement that it's not ever looking at anything anything and saying well done. It is well we done. Let's keep going. That's how the Jewish people been around for thousands and thousands and thousands of years. I agree with that and I told him one more your management style. I mean do do you. you courage creative thinking I mean you you definitely are not a one man shop right. You have a team of all team professionals and executives senior management. So I will tell you that I only want people who are going to come in and challenge. There's no desirer you'd cannot stand to around Russell Robinson if you're not ready to come toe to toe and challenge. I wanted to be prepared. I will in you got any my people work for me. I will challenge. Angela and I will really go toe to toe with you on because I want you to come back and be prepared if you're not gonNA go back to prepare but if you're coming chameleon with the problems without even thinking solutions you will not lasted a Russell Robinson if you're coming to be with problems with potential solutions it may not be the solution that we may have have to work it out. But don't come to me with the problem when you thought solution look at and be part of. We have a great executive management team. So I'm very very proud to. It's not like a token I mean I have the same amount of women I do. Men My new seal always a young woman Aw CBO's the guy's been with me for the day I started. We have all different kinds of people from different backgrounds and we come together and sometimes it becomes some heated pieces. That's great and we're all into that. Let's come come a solutions when you when you bring people on what qualities you will. I view them as leaders in their own right or them you know what are the some of the qualities I mean. There's two part question is you know what do you look for when you bring people on you know into your company besides extending total too. I totally get right. You don't want someone who's just against person. Yes people want people who want to become. I want people who can see issues. I want people. I interviewed a lot. You're telling me why here at such a great place and I'm sure you know that could be part of the addition to just. I don't want to change. Thanks no organization should ever sit on wanted has our from our it department small it department but our systems of software where what we've created is something unbelievable every day we're challenging ourselves to be better to our operation weak moment half by the way I have. We have fifty seven offices. This is rallying United States but we have zero square footage. What does that mean? Is that our people work in four administration centers handle awesome so if you call Denver Colorado. You're calling Van Nuys California when you have an event in Denver Colorado with fifteen hundred people coming up. One patient comes out of Denver. It comes out of Van Nuys California. Now what invitation goes back to Denver. It goes to the bench. Platter is in California the Administration. Help all the information sir. I have my people in Denver who are working in the fundraiser in the programmatic but we have four administration centers. That about that means because today's world you don't need to. They have that whole day of somebody's sitting outside of your desk and have to have people that are competent to do the work. So that when you go to a gain of Denver go to Jennifer Ben in Seattle or New York work they look the same they feel the same. It's the same professionalism different ministry centers and by the way when there is a snowstorm in in Chicago which is one of our centers and they can't go to work. The phones are switched over by four. That's a lot of of different kinds of working models that you you have to happen. It's the twenty first century model. All of our communication on marketing. Were were you know we we look at it. How do we share with? What's going on with Israel Moon? Learn to win special in uniforms is putting on a Jane something Janus. It's going the same. Google search thing that comes from our executive management that's great professionalism and that's the challenge. We have to keep changing God and so one of the things that I was reading. I was researching this. You work a lot are with disabilities or working. What made you what made you WanNa go there representing not just one doe for this one aspect aspect right? You're focused on a number of different things and that was back to the Jewish aspect. I mean we're a nation but it had to get involved with the work with disabilities great question because it's A. It's a question about the way you started vision so I constantly get a story that we don't do any projects we do. Vision and under vision are a lot of projects. I'm working disability. They'll give you for instance and how it works. We don't do disabilities in Jerusalem Salaam or Tel Aviv or Haifa. Somebody tell you the difference. The difference is is that we do a one of our affiliates laid negative. It's a place there's nowhere no. We're like it on the face of the earth for people mental Disabilities Rehabilitation Hospital. There and I can tell you for hours. It's the finest place on the face of the earth. The residents for the family for everybody and it was an iphone and talk about it or we shall I more but it's an offer king and when it started off a keen had community of twenty eight thousand with an unimplemented twenty five percent when Ali gives complete with Israel. Bill Taste also be over thousand house. Employees almost three hundred and fifty of them will be dodgers versus when we started of kingdom doctors. Nurses Seventeen now so you get change in the entire area and population and to a triple Mitzvah. Help people disabilities when you were working with our therapeutic riding center for down in the Ara Bob. It's because if you have a family of five and one of the members of the family have disability. What do you do you move? If if there's no services you know what this five we're going to population growth. So we are working with disabilities also a rippling effect of what our vision issues and so. It doesn't come out of nowhere.

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"beersheva" Discussed on The Promised Podcast

The Promised Podcast

11:27 min | 2 years ago

"beersheva" Discussed on The Promised Podcast

"That song is has eased by Bina thome who are well on their away from being last year's reality singing show stars to being this year's plain old stars will listen to them over the course of the show but now it's time for our first discussion so emily should we on the left support the two-party solution well. This topic has been a fantastic source of infotainment which seems as just everyone's jammed these days on all all sides of all ponds in pessimistic scenario. The Israeli Labor Party could be wiped out in upcoming elections in an optimistic scenario. The party could hang hang on by the seat of its pants so rights journalist and news presenter alone Aslan Levy in an essay and tablet called the last great hope of the Israeli left. Here's the problem with that state of affairs to get into the Knesset at all a party needs three point two five percent of the vote anything less than that and whenever votes the party gets expunged from on the record as if they're voters simply stayed home which in my view bodes well for ranked voting system but that aside in Israel this is is not just a theoretical possibility in the last election two right wing parties that pre election polls predicted would make it into the Knesset failed across the threshold of three point. Two five percent sent one of them the new right falling short by only two thousand votes. If all those votes had been counted Benjamin Netanyahu would now be at the start of another other four year term. If the Labor Party falls short of the three point two five threshold this time around than Benjamin Netanyahu will surely win for your term in next month's election in other words this shit matters which is why so many people have been so eager for so long for all the parties in the left including Labor to amalgamate into one last week. The liberal leftist minutes party merged with former Labor prime minister who blocks newly established democratic Israel party along with Labor defector factor. MK Stop Shoe who took charge of the Israeli Green Party to create something that they call the Democratic Union or the Democratic camp. You know the kind of summer camp you want to send your kids to since then the pressure on Labor Party leader Amir Peretz to join this mega party at the left has been oddly a lot like jared Kushner's quote unquote peace plan every time you think they're finally giving it arrest it rears its ugly head right before Israeli elections as as was discussed here last week before the Democratic Union came into existence pets had already orchestrated a merger of his own joining the Labor Party to the Social Democratic but silent about the Occupation Party of only Levy advocacy's Geisha his strategy in doing this as he was eager to explain to anyone who would listen was to create a party that would appeal. We'll both to longtime Labor voters and to the quarter million voters voted in the recent elections in April for the tubes. Luckily lead centrist social and economic justice parties parties of Levy Abacus and Moshe Cochran neither of which party is running in September Levy advocacy's having joined with Labor of course and Cologne doc loan having joined the Likud their votes to be one in the periphery pets insists the periphery of course being euphemism for cultural and economic outsiders who've often historically been neglected or excluded like these look him Russians Ethiopians and by pens account Bedouin another Palestinian citizens of Israel. Oh quote I won't join with minutes and block parrot said because there are two different paths the seats they will get will come from blue and white right. It's a zero sum game. The Path we're on gives us a chance to get seats from the other side of the political map pennants also said that quote if I join today with the Democratic Union. I would be doing the very worst thing I could do. In order to depose Netanyahu pellets analysis seems to be that there there are in fact two pools of potential voters left. The one presumably contains traditional leftist voters mostly. Let's be honest live in or near tel-aviv Fenner generally well off high educated Shkin Azeem who read out. It's good a peace demonstrations in Europe. If not make plans to move their these folks will will vote for the Democratic Union the other pool includes middle class and lower middle class workaday types who maybe live in lots or Kiryat Shmona read the art vacation in Israel or perhaps a package deal to Turkey and maybe even send their kids to religious schools folks and that pool would never vote for the Buji Ashkenazi canarsie leftist so the Democratic Union but maybe just maybe would vote for the Labor Party headed by pets with only Levy advocacy see said number two rarely has a fateful political decision been so clearly defined according to those who last week joined forces on the left only a grand unification -cation could save the left according to a male parents who so far continue to choose not to join forces with the rest of the left only earning on two tracks a so called to pool all solution can save the left so which is it is amid appendixes dream of expanding left by appealing to periphery that hasn't voted for the left in great numbers is for almost fifty years. Just a fantasy or on the other hand is the Democratic Union a makeshift party that will probably successfully appeal to traditional leftist voters orders essentially little more than a way to capture what remains of it disappearing electorate as it dwindles before our eyes the safest way for Labor to ensure that it passes the the electoral threshold is to run together on a joint list with the Democratic Camp but the best way to achieve the second goal to attract new voters to the left. Is I think for Labor to do it. Parents is doing to run as an independent party and ideally to change its name brand to get rid of its historical baggage but there's a couple of problems one. There's not enough time to rebrand the Labor Party and impart clear new messages and an alternative vision that would attract attract those voters. I don't know how how he expects to do it. In the month and a half remaining till elections number two labor survive last time because despite all of the changes in Avi Gaba as unpopularity and the gaveled strategy which led many traditional Labour voters to decamp for blue and white trying to depose Netanyahu labor still got in because it kept part of its base but the base that had kept according to whatever accounts I'm familiar with were not people who are GonNa vote from your parents and Orly Levy advocacy because see their secular voters lifetime Labor Party voters kibbutz members and I'm not clear that they would ally themselves now with with parrots and advocacy's he had some success reaching out to me is rocky voters when he was head of the party but that was a long time ago Israel different place and I'm not sure he can pull it off this time but it it might be worth a shot. I think you're right on but here's the interesting thing that I'm your parents is saying he is saying some of the voters from the periphery who have for generations now voted for the Likud really right wing. He's saying if you go to stay. They wrote where I grew up where I was mayor and if you go to a lot and if you go to Beersheva you'll meet many many Americans who are basically really genuinely left. It's not that we need to bring them back about all about social issues certainly but including about matters of pieces well there there and they have been alienated from the Labor Party Hardy by the whole history that you talked about one of the Labor party but with someone who looks different someone who looks like them at the head of the Labor Party and the number to Orly early Levy our because he is someone who looks like them and the number three is also means rocky. You have the top three people of the Labor Party being meteorically. It is possible to bring not all of them but some of those people what I'm your parents says is home to what they really believe. Now whether or not this is true is not entirely clear by the way I would like to add that one of the constituencies. I think that the Labor party is counting on is drew's voters who are extremely furious at the Netanyahu government who have traditionally I voted in fairly large numbers for the Labor Party and he's saying you know we can bring those people by emphasizing their needs and emphasizing not just social issues but but also how terrible the nation state law is we can bring those people home to the Labor Party and I think he might be right. I hope he's right emily. What do you think I think it's a creative idea. I think if in the end it ends up just simply reshuffling within the left than we have an accomplished very much you know we've seen for decades that it's very very hard to draw votes votes across the blocks in Israel and attempts to draw votes from the right to left have generally been mostly futile so it's a big gamble to put you know all the eggs in the basket of the periphery and you know if I borrow from Dahlia Scheindlin the right keeps winning in Israel because Israelis are right wing that that said you know the opportunity here does exist and I agree that combining periton Abbasi's parties with the rest of the of the left would be would be difficult what you quoted by from Dahlia is I think exactly the point that I'm your parents disagreeing with. I don't know who's right but I think he's saying you know what these Israelis who you assume are dyed in the wool right. Wing people are not as right wing as you and I think one of the things that also does address some somewhat clear distinctions between between two parties and the left one which is more Social Democrats social welfare oriented party which would be the new the newly defined newly led Labor Party and the other which could be a more liberal rights party which is also running on the banner of saving Israeli Democracy which tends to be an issue that is of concern sern more to the Ashkenazi educated class. I don't like to call them the elite but that doesn't seem to be something that is resonating with is rocky voters as is a major concern so so so you can actually make a choice and stay on the left and vote for one of these two parties or opt to what happened up to what a lot of people did in the previous via selection which is vote for the biggest party that you think might depose Netanyahu by giving getting the chance to actually form the government and go back to blue and white and I just WanNa add on you know from my personal perspective the problem for me remains that the idea of a left coalesce around opposing the occupation entering negotiations and making peace still feels virtually nonexistent and for someone like me who's politics focus on ending the occupation and seeing equality justice and thriving democracy none of these mergers make me feel more confident about the future of Israeli democracy or the state of human rights at least in the short term. I think I'm your parents actually is in favor of peace and he doesn't hide that but it'll be interesting. Finding the campaigns will begin in a couple of weeks and we'll hear what how they're trying to present themselves though I think that will find that emily is exactly right that no one is talking about that but it could be a step in the right direction. Listen to this yellow dot should work Hewlett. Dot May Not Haschisch heal dot. Moore wrote the off Oil Awful Sean McCartney Saheb Shit Yellow Dog Meat Gubbio but they thought they were gonNA kill but surf the the email Berlin move la.

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"beersheva" Discussed on The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"beersheva" Discussed on The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

"The business off freeing companies and freeing users from all the pains associated with having to use passwords. I've spoken to nearly seven hundred and fifty business leaders on the show, and I think I can safely say that that secret double octopus gets the award for the most original name of go to ask. What's the story behind your name and date, the company now the story of the name, you know, that's interesting. I've been through a few startups and naming is always an interesting aspect this particular name started as a code name for a research done in academia company routes or in university of Beersheva in the south of Israel, specializing in Cyprus. Security, and it was a code name that was given to the idea that when two sides want to communicate say you want your your phone to talk to your company server, very securely, or whether they're going to do is going to be like to occupy that the just connecting and multiple arms to each other. He was h connection to sort of like deliver parts of a key Bill together in this way, a very strong, very secure communication. So it's very technical concept, and it was sort of an internal an intellect codename. And as we started to meet with customers and partners the name just stuck in. Parlor, we're trying to think about, you know, this is a very serious subject. It's a mission critical cybersecurity infrastructure, but people just loved it. Then you know, that that gave me the idea, you know, sometimes you do just the opposite of the best practice in marketing, and that also actually comes up with with mitigate idea because it's the name is long. It's different. But you know, it it it kind of works. And and that's it. That's a good octopus. So we'll ease secret octopus. What problems do you solve an apart from your name? What makes you you need from the solutions out there? Yeah. You know offense. Occasion is the first thing we do whenever we access any computer system. Whether the words antiquated mainframe.

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"beersheva" Discussed on The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"beersheva" Discussed on The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

"The business off freeing companies and freeing users from all the pains associated with having to use passwords. I've spoken to nearly seven hundred and fifty business leaders on the show, and I think I can safely say that that secret double octopus gets the award for the most original name of go to ask. What's the story behind your name and date, the company now the story of the name, you know, that's interesting. I've been through a few startups and naming is always an interesting aspect this particular name started as a code name for a research done in academia company routes or in university of Beersheva in the south of Israel, specializing in Cyprus. Security, and it was a code name that was given to the idea that when two sides want to communicate say you want your your phone to talk to your company server, very securely, or whether they're going to do is going to be like to occupy that the just connecting and multiple arms to each other. He was h connection to sort of like deliver parts of a key Bill together in this way, a very strong, very secure communication. So it's very technical concept, and it was sort of an internal an intellect codename. And as we started to meet with customers and partners the name just stuck in. Parlor, we're trying to think about, you know, this is a very serious subject. It's a mission critical cybersecurity infrastructure, but people just loved it. Then you know, that that gave me the idea, you know, sometimes you do just the opposite of the best practice in marketing, and that also actually comes up with with mitigate idea because it's the name is long. It's different. But you know, it it it kind of works. And and that's it. That's a good octopus. So we'll ease secret octopus. What problems do you solve an apart from your name? What makes you you need from the solutions out there? Yeah. You know offense. Occasion is the first thing we do whenever we access any computer system. Whether the words antiquated mainframe.

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"beersheva" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:49 min | 2 years ago

"beersheva" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"What's wrong shopping days left Christmas? Oh, you haven't gotten all year? Joy, no completed. My wife is a huge fan of stockings. And I mean, not like wearing them. I mean, the opening of the little thing. Now is that that's my task this week is to get that stuff that thought everything else, I think should be taken care of or he's taking care of. Now. Do you just have to take care of the wife's as stocking or do you take care of the kids as well? Yes. And yes and the dog does the dog stocking. Yes. Did I touch on something? No. It's just the dog knows that he has a stocking. And there are there are times in the evening when he will sit himself next to the fireplace and stare up at his stocking knowing that it's his that's really sweet and wine. So like a child, so it's fun. But it's a little were crazy. I think I don't think. So I think most people probably do stockings for their pets. I think it's kind of common. But my wife is she was willing to break the rules for the dog. She's well, do you want to give him a toy? No. I don't want to give him a toy right now. It's christmas. I mean, it's not Christmas. We do it until Christmas. Right. You're so me, I'm not I'm just following the rules lady. I tell her. We have a lot to get to today. I hope first of all let's just get this out of the way you've got some work to do. You've got to come hang out with us on Thursday because we are going to have a gas news, and Bruce this time BJs restaurant and brew house in orange come on down. Grab a beer have some lunch. A position enjoyed the show. We're going to have a great time. We always do and we'll have special gifts we will have gifts. And if you're in the middle of your shopping, I mean, you wanna put it off until Thursday that's fine as well. Because it's right there at the outlets at orange. So you can do all your shopping combined have lunch for four hours. And then go finish your shopping, which sounds like a great day. Maybe shopping always goes a little bit better. If you have a beer, I so yes, that's the only way that my wife and I got through our wedding registry. When we did it at the time was we we went to Abreu house beforehand. Gordon Beersheva actually in Sacramento Zony. We all of that stuff. That's coming up on Thursday. Our news and Bruce at BJ's and orange on Friday. We're doing our Christmas. Carol. During the show. We'll be doing a live. And then throwing it up on a podcast show as you're driving around maybe over the river through the woods to grandma's house later on you can listen to it again that's coming up on Friday, but we start with what could also happen on Friday. The threat of a government shutdown of the federal government will shut down at midnight Friday, if there's no resolution in this fight over the border wall funding. The White House is insisting that congress provide that five billion dollars to build the wall despite resistance really from both from both parties a White House. Senior adviser Stephen Miller saying yesterday that the Trump administration is going to do whatever is necessary to build that wall to stop this ongoing crisis. They're calling it of legal immigration. Yeah. His com. Did you see his hair, by the way? Now. Clearly, he had spray painted black on the top of his head to hide the thinning hair. That's unfortunate, very odd. I am getting we're gonna do would ever is necessary to build the border wall to stop this ongoing crisis of illegal immigration now. The president last week said he would own this fine. Shut down the government put my name on that shutdown. So the Democrats really don't have any reason to to make a deal with him. I if they're not going to be the ones, I don't think that look bad the longer the government is shut down. Well, especially when he's going to go on holiday. He'll be playing golf. Do you think people care about a government shutdown or do you think it's embarrassing? Do you think it doesn't affect many people? How do you think it's gonna play even if you've got sections of the government that would remain open because some of them have been funded through December through September. I believe things like the military and VA services. Things like that. Those you I think a government shutdown would be more headline generating than it would actual hardship. Generating you're going to have people who work for the federal agencies. So we're going to have time off, but they're going to get back pay once they eventually go back to work. So it's hard to say that that you're going to see a massive massive effect from a government shutdown. So do you think it hurts? The president at all that he is owning this and will be spending time golfing over the holidays and the optics. I would say this. I would say if you were to ask me two years ago, if the president was going to get in the middle of the road and say, I am taking this government shutdown. I'd say that's just the stupidest thing I've ever heard. Nobody wants to be the one responsible for a government shutdown but stuff does not stick to this guy. Right. So. I mean, he's taking a different tack to it. The idea that he's gonna stand out in front of it and say, yeah, you guys want to pin it on me. I'll wear it. I will take it. I will wear that mantle as the guy who shut down the government because he believes, and I think he's got a lot of there's a lot of people out there who believe that border security is one of those things that's worth shutting the government down over. I believe more people care about the wall being built than care about a government shutdown because it's in the weeds, and it's a little wonky. And I think that's a gamble that he's making. And I think he probably will win with this. Because I think the people that want the the wall to like that show of strength of not backing down of not giving in what I think is interesting is the argument over the the the semantics of it even that meeting out Oval Office meeting last week where Chuck Schumer Nancy Pelosi, we're talking about border security, but not specifically the wall, the president brought up you guys are talking. We're talking about the same thing you're saying border. Or security. All I'm saying is the wall. Yeah. So if that's the case, if the if the president can frame that argument in that way, I think you're right. He's totally gonna win this thing. But at the same time, a government shutdown is not is never a super positive thing. I don't know anybody who's going to celebrate it. But in terms of what people are going to care more about. Yeah. I mean, the the border security is going to be one of those things that they can hang their hats on. All right. We'll follow all the developments coming out of Washington on this story throughout the day and more. So in watch coming up at twelve thirty but coming up next HQ trivia was a huge thing when the year began as trivia contests. Huge with millennials. It's on an app at twice a day all the founder of HQ trivia has been found dead of a heroin and cocaine overdose in New York get into his life. When we come back. Gary, and Shannon will continue Amy king has an update on the news. California regulators have cancelled the plan to charge a. Fee for text messaging on mobile phones, the California PUC reverse to course, after an FCC ruling last week that classified text messaging as an information service, not a telecommunications service. Former FBI director James Comey is being questioned again about his handling of the Hilary Clinton Email investigation in the early stations stages of the Russia investigation Komi is behind closed doors with members of the House Judiciary and oversight committee's a same sex couple from Arizona's meeting with the head honchos that Mattel the couple says for their upcoming wedding. They had to buy two cans to create a wedding set. The so Cal based toy company got wind of it and have agreed to meet with a couple about creating for the first time a same sex KENDALL, wedding set.

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"beersheva" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"beersheva" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Election. I hope there isn't any meddling at all. But it's worth noting that the president signed an executive order month ago that will require a report from the director of national intelligence within forty five days after the election on whether any meddling took place. Mr. Bolton confirmed. The two presidents will meet in France a few days after the vote. The BBC is land the second in command of the Islamic state group in Somalia has been killed in the capital Mogadishu Mahad Moallem who's on a US. Sanctions list was shot dead by gunmen who are also believed to be members of IS correspondence. He it's possible that the killing was related to a power struggle among the jihadists, you're listening to the latest world news from the BBC the financial times newspaper in London has said that the British government is drawing up plans to charter ships to bring in food and medicines in the event of a UK departure from the European Union without a deal at a cabinet meeting. Ministers were warned that the heavily used route from the French port of Kelly could quickly become blocked by new French customs controls. The Irish cabinets has asked forensic investigators to dig up the site of a former Roman Catholic home for mothers and babies were almost eight hundred infants may have been buried over several decades from Belfast, here's Chris PGE, the bond secure sisters ran a home for unmarried mothers in the time in county Galway several years ago, a local historian, Catherine Corless, find death certificates for almost eight hundred babies and young children each three donder. They died mostly from sickness or malnutrition at the home between nineteen twenty five and nineteen sixty one scientists examined the site and detected what they described the significant quantities of human remains in underground chambers woman who'd been in the home and relatives of children who died there have been pressing the Irish government to authorize an excavation. His really officials believe that a lightning storm accidentally triggered Palestinian militant rocket fire from Gaza, which escalated tensions in the area last week one of the missiles badly, damaged a house in the Israeli city of Beersheva Israel retaliated with air strikes on Gaza and the Palestinian was killed. The French government is announced plans to ban electric scooters on pavement, the transport minister Elisabet born to parliament, she would create a new category of motorized vehicle to take in all scooters, skateboards segues and similar forms of transport. She said the government couldn't like devices that can reach speeds of thirty kilometers an hour put pedestrians at risk. Some fifty thousand of them were sold in France last year. BBC news..

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"beersheva" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"beersheva" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That's next on the BBC World Service. BBC news with a McCue. The US secretary of state has arrived in Turkey to discuss the suspect of killing of Saudi journalists Jamal Khashoggi who hasn't been seen since he entered the Saudi consulate in Istanbul two weeks ago. Mike Pompeo is due to meet president to win. Turkish officials believe Mr. kashogi was murdered by the Saudis. Mr. Pompeo has already raised the matter with the Saudi Crown prince Mohammad bin Salman in Riyadh. The Israeli military says it's carrying out airstrikes on Gaza in response to rocket fire from the Palestinian territory earlier in the night, a rocket launched from Gaza hit a house in the southern new for any city of Beersheva. The clashes come at a time of increasing tension at the Gaza border. The candidate in Afghanistan's parliamentary elections has been killed after a bomb was planted under his office chair the Taliban said it carried out the attack on Abdul-Jabbar Carmen in Lashkargah city in the southern province of Helmand, a Taliban stronghold the first shops to legally sell cannabis in Canada have opened with people queuing outside shops at midnight. When the law was relaxed Canada is the second country after Uruguay to allow some shops to sell marijuana for recreational purposes to stop massive prophets going to organize crime. The British Prime Minister Theresa may will urge other European Union leaders to give ground on the issue of the Irish border when she addresses them at a summit in Brussels later today Brexit talks deadlocked over the border. But the EU says it's up to the UK to bring new ideas to the table. The United States has said it intends to begin negotiations on three separate trade agreements with Japan Britain, and the EU and a few months time. President Trump's preference for bilateral deals is part of a more protectionist trade policy. He's carried out since taking office negotiations with Britain would start once it has left the EU in March next year. BBC news. Hello and welcome to in the studio from the BBC World Service the series that meet some of the world's most creative people and follows them as the work unthinking..

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"beersheva" Discussed on Israel Story

Israel Story

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"beersheva" Discussed on Israel Story

"Flick church suzy basically knew nothing about israel like i just assumed it was this dusty old middle eastern country that no one would want to go visit whereas zeki on the other hand was that big zionist he was very passionate about me knowing israel knowing judaism you know when we spoke of our future together in what was possible he was always very much like yeah but we have to go back to israel israel needs people like us that's right it didn't take long before these thailand flink turned serious and they began talking about sharing a life together there was a lot of chemistry i think that's when you kind of know you met someone who's gonna change your life forever because it was really this instinct chemistry this instant passion in this instant willing to like figure out how to make it work they did long distance see shortly after they met seeking came back home to israel and began studying management and behavioral sciences at been good in university in the negative here's his mom tirtza was very very good student and in the meantime half a global way suzy kept on teaching english in her small tie village but their love for each other it just grew stronger and stronger by the day we kept leg video diaries and then every seven days he would send them put on cd rom after a few months of these proto blogging suzy came to visit saiki in israel he's like you must see everywhere in israel we took your little car from beersheva to haifa meeting all of his friends the dead sea everywhere like i had to do everything i had a short warmer i had i had to have bumble every day.

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"beersheva" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"beersheva" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Plot he's gonna what will happen to that good luck they are the no it was interesting to drive the sage that they i mean it wasn't desert so there were pockets of fans but interesting just on the skirts of bear shave of the communities bedwan people and living in space these are not recognizes villages by these government they don't have any kind of services no running water no electricity or anything they're allowed to to live there and they are nomadic people who've lived in the desert for many many centuries shall i recap the die in one hundred mil thing but bear shave are we guy from israel guy pelly lives in in jerusalem couple of days you hear from him in our episode two zero on monday but he messes me to beersheva is a site of recently commemorate the hundredth anniversary of the baffled beer shaver the last great cavalry charge when australian light horse brigade take charge of the turks and nine hundred seventeen wars and world war one that you go then look up on good good good well the title of the top then stage three of the jiro from beersheva to allot two hundred twenty nine kilometers a couple of million faces in the breakaway today guillaume boy van of the israel cycling academy team and rico bobbing of body csf and marco frat porty of andro knee well he wasn't in the break yesterday but the other two sofar so formulaic they had long old ride help with thai wind time's pretty lumpy elliott viana set two thousand meters climbing i've.

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"beersheva" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

WBAL 1090AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"beersheva" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

"Lot of areas but were such an easy punching bag and if that's the perception c 4 it's also the reality and it's something we have to change and it's not just going to change because it amazon decides to come here or apple decides to come here now hopefully one of these companies will come here and that will help but there is not a magic wand know how dare that's going to fix it has to come entirely from us and i think one of the things that was positive and try to find the silver lining is you know i'm trying to be tried last june in this was that the mayor did acknowledge and fake governor larry hogan that was interesting after this after the criticism coming from baltimore county executive kevin chemnitz who is a candidate for governor i heard other whom we a say leftleaning okay have placed governor hogan has the reason why this did now i find that of beersheva and save on a couple of levels one is larry hogan came out da one on this campaign and it has always been harmonious between he in the mayor but they held hands at adelaide they were in on together he actually went out of his way to say i support the baltimore city site over montgomery county and prince george's cameras george's county i want a in baltimore now if people are going to criticize the governor today that has one of the twenty finalists in his state i think that's a bit of serb because last time i checked he's the governor of maryland and not the mayor of the city of baltimore but for people of power and because some of rain is back to the red line i find that pizza general osama say get which you have a checklist of things are gone in baltimore lay might be dissuaded you laissez dissuade you for making a decision violence of the city schools freezing a people input in the street in front of hospitals i'll take redline comes no jack pesos hussein this futuristic tycoon he saying you know what it's there that's.

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"beersheva" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

The Pat McAfee Show

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"beersheva" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

"Other gordon and he's going to do like four homework assignment not about like tomorrow in the press conference as you can get bush what you on your shirt worn about grenell traders your duper meaning if you watch for did you watch for the deeper meaning did you get to tailor you should enjoy your life maybe because you never know what's going to happen maybe of their sleep your alarm clock and it's a shame day ground out staked asia may sense now welsh does your make shine that is hilarious trucks all on right now chuck ghana was on one right now everybody enjoyed my press conference is really use about it gave real ones he's about your is he's given ones that are today with or yesterday was um there's no crying and baseball league of their own they asked how the players were handling losing he over sri only girl ill tom hanks yeah and niece he starts yelling added robot yugai jewish guidry she she charged crying in on he says there's no crime baseball and actually get shore research caring about them show she makes the shame mistake again but now they're french shirley jewish egregious teeth and just start shaking that's a shia everybody's matt everybody shropshire at all we try to find the answer chuck is going to be on one for the next five weeks it's going to be incredible the one after the season the one after the season ends is going to be right news just going to be oregon your 212 it all we atram obstacle schwerin thirty schalken and we want all a bit of run area who knows on probably not gonna be back we all know that let's stretch i'm a good idaho family amount of good john pry junction beersheva drink beer.

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"beersheva" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"beersheva" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"I'm john batchelor with my colleague and co host and friend thaddeus mccotter wjr the great voice of the great lakes this is the allow report with malcolm hoenlein conference of presidents major american jewish organizations the generous support of el al airlines the national airlines of israel one hundred years we begin immediately with a memory at a commemoration and a celebration one hundred years i know thanks to an informant these last hours when the and zach troops for general allenby leaving cairo on their way to conquer from the ottoman empire what is now israel passed through best sheva on october 31st 1917 there's more coming in 1979 malcolm or quietness with it but i thought this was spectacular because malcolm we're talking to an australian audience and a new zealand audience as well as than israeli audience and here we are in new york celebrating i'm told there will be anzac troops present for the ceremony it will be a spectacular ceremony for the people of bathsheba which i know because i've been there thanks malcolm is within reach market range of the cutthroats so he had has spanned one hundred years under attack or in the in the in the in the fire of enemies of israel in the united states and is pleased to welcome the anzac to abc's net that a wonderful obscure holiday malcolm that we've now emphasize size in new york and how the world works perfectly good evening to you about good evening actually it is being marked in israel in a very notable way with all sorts of events being planned and the leaders of both new zealand and israel are there this was a battle that was fought or on october 31st and mateen seventeen and be a in fact mountain division up the road from beersheva to have grown and that was the commemoration of of what happened during the battle of versus the ottoman empire and australia new zealand the united kingdom i think and ottoman empire in germany were on the other side so david muir where indian troops as well i can remember the photographs malcolm a game i don't know if they would they were or so much as they were in.

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