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Fresh update on "joshua" discussed on KQED Radio Show
"Striking and significant to me that we can have these very powerful reactions to the right kind of pattern or the right kind of turn of phrase in these small exchanges, and those can be really emotionally significant for us, and that can have that can have positives and negatives, right? Can make us vulnerable to exploitation. But it can also help resonate with us and help us to commemorate and remember relationships that have been important to us, Jason so we don't need to wait for you know the perfect simulation to have these kinds of effects that something we're living with already right rhetoric. Jason for Ghani with the Chronicle when you When you read that transcript or hear it. It almost feels to me borderline emotionally coercive. You know that. Like this. This this chat bodies sort of putting out these things that are causing Joshua Barba to feel these feelings without actually it having A true meaning. Mhm. Is that how you ended up seeing it? I don't. I still don't really know what to make of it or what to think of it. I mean, it's been fascinating to listen to Robin and Professor. Elder, Um I mean, I think Professor elders gas is 100% correct. There were there were definitely moments in these conversations where the Jessica Chatbot faltered. Right? Um, you know, she would seem to forget things she would make mistakes. She referred to her sister as quote our daughter. Um, you know, she but every time that happened, Joshua just sort of forgave it and gently corrected her. Uh, yeah, Go ahead. Yeah, I mean, it's it's It's It's he was. He was filling in the gaps right? The brain fills in the gaps, and that's part of what I think made it so powerful. For him, But the the thing that really amazed me and that sort of amazes me more broadly. About this technology is that You know, like, Robin said. It's completely statistical, right. Like in one sense. All all that these language models are doing is what they put on the box. They just guessed the next word and and and they do that, based on this very kind of like cold analysis of a massive data set But at the same time, like the the way that you interact with them is nothing like we expected. A I to be really. I mean, if you think about sort of all of the canonical examples of humanoid robots from TV and movies like, Like, Think about Data from Star Trek, Right? Um, these are these are cold, calculating, you know, emotionless artificial intelligence is right, like the defining thing about data is that he doesn't understand human emotion, and that's kind of how we expected. AI to be, I think, but and in a lot of ways, GFT three is, um is the opposite of that, right? Like it's totally stupid. And in so many ways, it doesn't know how to add two plus two. It doesn't even really know what a noun or verb is like. It doesn't know grammar, but at the same time it seems to have this. Like emotional perceptiveness. It seems it seems to just kind of know the right thing to say at the right moment, And that's that's much weirder and more mysterious and stranger and more powerful than that. I think a lot of us were expecting. Robbins. You won't respond to that. Yeah, You know, I would say that it's actually very useful and noteworthy. We should really zero in on the fact that this is so chewy, so interesting. And even if we don't know the answers were very interested in asking these questions. Like what is this feeling? You know what? What are these strange, new kind of experiences and I think you know, it's not just a I think it's a whole host of digital things, actually vast realms of the whole Internet. I think they feel like ghosts and dreams, actually, much more than they feel like, you know, cars and bridges and, um, you know, I think that's interesting and talking about them. Therefore, in those terms, it's not just fanciful, You know, it's not just the fiction writer saying No. Isn't the Internet a dream? It's actually really accurate and therefore useful, and that language becomes a good lends to start to understand, Like what the 21st century is doing to us. Well, it's interesting because you know, when we first saw the emergence of this kind of new generations of artificial intelligence, it was mostly individual realm. It was training on photos and then being able to spit out these New photos or new landscapes that didn't exist, and people did really see them as dreamed, Right? I mean, they were like, Oh, this is the computer dreaming. Yeah, that's right. And also, you know, we've talked about this a little bit the actual experience of whether you're talking with an AI generated chat bot or if you're doing what I tend to do, which is sort of start a story a paragraph and ask one of these language models to continue it. You quickly see some of the same effects that I think are familiar to almost everyone from dreams. A sense of never, really beginning or ending. A sense of the context sort of slipping away. Any given moment of a dream can be very sharp, actually, like, very vivid and and, in fact, very realistic. But then suddenly you're like in a submarine. You're like, How did they get into a submarine? Oh, well, and you just go with it, because that's what dreams are. And it is It's eerie. Actually, it's Syrian. And maybe telling to see those feelings and those patterns replicated almost perfectly by these, you know, technical constructs. Yeah, Professor Elder. I just wanted you were going to talk about this more when we come back from the break. But there's this concept of the imaginable relationship right? Which is, Can you describe a little bit of that, and then we'll talk about more when we come back from break. Yeah, I think it's a concept that's been really nicely articulated by my colleague, Kate nor lock and it's this idea that this kind of filling in the gaps and interpreting things in light of a relationship isn't just something we do with AI and with with Chatbots. It's something we do with each other. Right. We have these kinds of Mental constructs of our friends and family and loved ones, and those are important to to help us make sense of just our daily relationships. And so maybe it's not a surprise that we already have these, um These mental constructs running that. We were talking our heads right with people we have. We have conversations in our heads are many of us do with people we care about when we're thinking through things, and so when when people pass away in some sense, we're already dealing with the residue. And I think this picks up on Robin's point about The analogy to dreams with AI right, having some some pattern generation and some pattern detection, working without necessarily being anchored. I think there's something similar going on with our social mental models of each other. And that means that in.
"joshua" Discussed on Get Sleepy
"Trees possess an otherworldly charm. It's as though they share a perpetual hope of embracing the heavens or catching whatever may fall in their direction. It is said that settlers who crossed the mojave desert in the eighteen hundreds named the trees after the biblical figure joshua who raised his hands up to the sky in prayer. But what most people don't realize. Is that joshua. Trees aren't actually.
Fresh update on "joshua" discussed on CNN 5 Things
"There are now at least ninety one. Wildfires burning in the us fire authorities say more than one point eight million acres have burned since these fires started and the largest one the bootleg fire and oregon has grown to more than four hundred thousand acres. As monsoon season arrives in the west. There is hope it could stop out some of those fires but there's also fear of thunderstorms will make conditions. More dangerous fire. Warnings are in parts of oregon today. First responders in nassau county new york including police officers might be able to sue protesters and could seek damages for up to fifty thousand dollars if the county lawmakers vote to pass the bill today anyone who first responders believe either harassed injured menace or assaulted them while on duty could be sued. The bill's author nassau county legislator joshua laugh azan told cnn this would add further legal protections to protect the county's first responders as they quote protect us critics. Believe if this bill is legalized the bills broad range of proposed offenses against officers can have a chilling effect on peaceful protests and the exercise of free speech. Usa gymnastics has confirmed. Simone biles will be competing in tomorrow's olympic balance beam final. It will be the first time. She's participated in the games since dropping out of the women's team finals last week since then byles has pulled out a four individual competitions over concerns about her mental health. She's considered one of the greatest gymnasts of all time and won four gold at the two thousand sixteen rio olympics. Tomorrow's event will be her last chance to compete at this year's games. That's all for your cnn. Five things afternoon edition for more on these stories and the latest news you can always visit. Cnn dot com..
God Is Sovereign Over Evil
"Joshua chapter. Sixteen verse one. The allotment of the people of joseph went from the jordan by jericho east of the waters of jericho into the wilderness. Going up from jericho into the hill country to beppo. This could just seem like a simple verse describing the allotment of land. That goes to the people of joseph. But i just wanted to pause and think about this picture. I this was hard to see coming in genesis. Chapter thirty seven right. You remember back in the old testament first book in the bible. When joseph was sold into slavery by his brothers when he was thrown into a dungeon for year after year after year he was stuck in this dungeon. I who could picture that one. He would even live like his brothers at one. Point wanted to kill him and there he was a slave thrown into a dungeon and yet think about genesis chapter fifty verse twenty. What others intended for evil. God intended for good. God was preserving. Joseph god was preserving his entire family he would keep them alive. During famine through joseph being sold into slavery being thrown into a dungeon a god was working in all of this and ways. Joseph never could have imagined in ways. No one could have imagined or would have planned. God was working behind the scenes in ways that would lead to not only his good but the good of his entire family that will lead to the good of his family one day entering into the promised land just as god had promised and specifically here in josh for chapter sixteen verse one. His people his descendants receiving part of that promise land
Fresh update on "joshua" discussed on Seattle Now
"Swim in green lake. At night i thought it was really refreshing and then whenever we go out we were definitely cold because the sun was down and it was going off. There is another couple swimming in green. Lake and knows fabulous. It was like we were there until almost midnight. Melissa termine told me that her green lake craftsmen home has no. Ac and it got up to ninety eight degrees inside so her family swam in the lake and they slept in the basement. And let's say we do. We went to the movies. We went out to dinner where there's air conditioning. I was just about to wrap things up in green lake when i met trade. He lives in green lake now with air conditioning so the heatwave didn't bother him but he grew up in south seattle. You were describing a difference that you saw between what happened in the south part of seattle. And what happened here. Can you would deals with like a money and affluence and and this is green lake. Like you have resources enough to go. Whatever you need even go check. I know so folks that could women check into a hotel. Ac you know what i'm saying. Aflac verse non affluence and in the end wealth could be just as big a factor in how people experience the heat wave as any local variations in the weather itself. Kyw's joshua mcnichols reporting there. The bek shawna's is here. He's a professor at portland state university and the studies. How cities can better deal with heat and climate change. Thanks a lot for joining us. A good to talk to you. Thanks for having me so a lot of what we heard about. In joshua's reporting things you have studied extensively for one the effect of asphalt and trees on temperatures and you have made the case for years that these kinds of things are becoming critical for city planners to consider and this heat dome really felt like a brutal reminder of just how dangerous that can become yes it is a reminder and the tricky part and i'm thinking about now is how sticky these experiences are in our memory. We tend to move from one thing to another really quickly though. We have to keep in mind that this was arguably the first set of climate related deaths that happened in the region and we essentially knew who was going to suffer the most during and potentially die as a result of this heat dome that came through one of the things that we didn't learn until after the fact was that seattle really didn't have a plan for this kind of heat and this you know maybe five years ago would have been surprising because we were generally a cooler part of the country. We enjoyed are temperate climate but that has not been the case. And i'm curious what you think about that. What city should be thinking about now. Yeah you know. It's interesting when i think back. The most infamous of heat waves was an in the. Us was the ninety five nine ninety-five ninety five heat wave that hit chicago and almost killed a thousand people here. We are in the pacific northwest decades later. And we're having the same conversation here. Though the stories we were just hearing about the community members having to kind of figure out on their own. What is that i can do. I can go jump in green lake. Because i live near or i can turn on my ac. Or i can go to the movies like these kind of you're on your own kind of situations are really why we get ourselves into much of the challenge. During an extreme event like a heat wave. And so what i'd love to see is a way for community members to no end to have a set of options that are communicated well that are understood that really allow particularly those that have potential vulnerabilities to heat like the eighty five year. Old person that we just heard about a apartment that was one hundred and fifteen degrees hot like what are the options that communities members have and how do we communicate those effectively across a large region like the seattle metro region and of course one of the easiest ways to check on your neighbors right vivek. Give them a call. Ask them what they need. See how they're doing right. That's social connectivity. That ability to really know whether they're community members in your neighborhood that might be having a little bit of a difficult time during a heat. Wave may not even wake up the next day given their apartment is one hundred and twenty degrees like this is the kind of society. I think we really need to be thinking about nurturing. If we're going to become more resilient to these increasing and intensity of eat there are cranes all over this city. Construction is happening. Housing is being built. What can cities like seattle due to try to be better planners for the future of our climate so cities are really built around a system of growth and the idea of new development happening is what spurs the gdp. So we're having a really big conversation right now that these kinds of questions that we're asking these are the most fundamental questions we need to be asking ourselves. And so if we're having that question of cranes around seattle pushing growth. Are we growing in a way that would allow these buildings to be more climate friendly and are they more he friendly. We're putting materials together. That actually absorbed the sun solar radiation and remitted backout amplifying temperatures in neighborhoods as we're continuing in this rapid growth process that a lot of cities have been captivated by and as a result. Were really starting to see temperatures increase in terms of their differences from one neighborhood to another as a result of a lot of this growth..
God Is Sovereign Over the Universe
"Joshua chapter ten versus twelve through fourteen at that time joshua spoke to the lord in the day. When the lord gave the ama- rights over to the sons of israel and he said in the sight of israel sun stand still at given and moon in the valley of is alon and the sun stood still and the moon stopped until the nation took vengeance on their enemies is not written in the book of just shar. The sun stopped in the midst of heaven and did not to set for about a whole day. There has been no day like it before or since when the lord heated the voice of a man for the lord fought for israel. Oh i love these three verses and when you realize what they're teaching you love them to this picture of a miracle that god brought about in this battle with all these different kings specifically mentioned here in verse twelve that ama- the lord gave the amer rights over to the sons of israel because joshua spoke to the lord and cried out sun. Stand still and moon stan. Still stop and sun and moon stopped like the earth rotation stop so that the sun was there longer by day and god gave the amer writes in to the hands of his people and verse fourteen summarizes it saying there has not been a daylight before or since and listen to this phrase when the lord heated the voice of a man for the lord fought for israel
Fresh update on "joshua" discussed on Seattle Now
"Can sit indoors. Vaccinations are leveling off. And state officials are asking everybody to mask up as the delta variant is driving a v wave of infections. But so far. That's just a recommendation. Some bars and restaurants are taking a stand to keep employees safe and keep their doors. Open the outside investigation into allegations of racism at seattle children's is complete but some of the people involved want the hospital to say more about what it found children's leadership said in a letter friday that the six month review led by former. Us attorney general. Eric holder was finished and that they agreed to all of its recommendations but people who oversaw the review including former governor. Gary locke month the hospital to make the entire report public which so far it hasn't done and if you smelled smoke a time or two over the weekend you're not alone. The national weather service says it blew in from northern california wildfires. On the jetstream means. We could be in for hazy skies the first part of this week. The good news is the smoke staying up high and so far. It hasn't affected our air quality and now patricia murphy. I have to admit when the temperature in my house hit eighty seven this week. I got just a little nervous. I mean a month ago. We were peaking at one hundred eight degrees. That's not just oppressively hot. That's dangerously hot and my neighborhood stayed cooler than some others around the city. Our colleague joshua mcnichols went out to two neighborhoods to find out how people experienced june's historic heat. I'm standing on the south face of.
How to Keep Trusting in Christ
"Joshua chapter eight or swan in the lord. Seta joshua do not fear and do not be dismayed. Take all the fighting men with you in arise go up to a i c i have given into your hand the king of ai and his people his city and his land. Few remember josh. Which after seven because of aikman's sin the people of god were defeated at ai. When they tried to go to battle in that particular place they were defeated. Why because they had sinned against god and god was not with them. God had not promised to give them that land and now as a result of what happened in the last part of joshua chapter seven and judgment toward aken in his sin. Now god says to joshua. Don't be afraid. don't be dismayed. Go up to a. I and i will give it into your hands in. The lesson is crystal clear when you put joshua chapter seven and eight together when god is not for you then you have no hope but when god is for you then you have all hope. That's just simple significant. Truth that we see echoed all throughout the bible. If god is not for you then you have no hope but if god is for you then you have all hope. The point is put your open. God put your trust in god. Seek god honor god glorify. God this is your hope in this life.
Passing the Gospel to the Next Generation
"Joshua chapter four versus nineteen through twenty four. The people came out of the jordan on the tenth day of the first month and then encamped gilgal on the east border of jericho and those twelve stones which they took out of the jordan. Joshua's set up at gilgal and he said to the people of israel when your children ask their fathers times to come. What did these stones mean. Then you shall let your children know. Israel passed over this jordan on dry ground for the larger. God dried up the waters of the jordan for you until you passed over as the lord. Your god did to the red sea which he dried up for us until we passed over so that all the peoples of the earth may know that the hand of the lord is mighty the you may fear the larger god forever so much in this passage so much in this passage to reflect on to pray according to but the picture that i want to focus on. Is this question when your children ask you. What did these stones means. They're setting up these stones as a remembrance of a win. God stop the waters of the jordan river just like he had stopped the waters of the red sea and he made away for his people to cross through and these stones will be a remembrance a marker of the day when god did that so that all the peoples of the earth may know that the hand of the lord is mighty and that you may fear the lord. Your god forever. I tell your children what god has done so they might fear the lord and so that all the peoples of the earth may know that god is mighty
Trusting in God to Lead Us
"Joshua chapter two verse twenty four and they said to joshua truly the lord has given all the land into our hands and also all the inhabitants of the land. Melt away because of us. What our report i. This is people coming back from spying out. The promised land remember the last time they did. This and the report came back. This land is full of big people that we could never overtake. And we can't go in there even though god it promised it to them and they turned back rebelled against him. An entire generation died in the wilderness. And now now. A new generation is on the scene and they go into the land and they see it and they'd come back and they report to joshua truly the lord has given all the land into our hands in other words we believe. God we are trusting. God the lead us as he has promised he would lead. Us is not a good word what happens. When god's people trust him to lead them as he has promised he would lead them and even this picture the lord has given all the land into our hands the reality is god owns that land they know it and they know that the only way they can take it is if god gives it to them in the same way you and i should know god owns all things which means anything good we ever received we ever have is given to us by his hand
"joshua" Discussed on The Burt (Not Ernie) Show
"Joshua had a calling to follow the lord at at this moment in time it was to take a n before you take you take your hand. What's in your hand and you hold out that spirit and you pointed toward the enemy. Okay so we have a calling when it was time to step up joshua did it. Now i don't see a lot of evidence in my bible in well. I have a lot of translations bibles in any of the bible set. I own that he was trying to step up before it was time and see that there's not evidence for that but every time it was time he was right. There joshua was boom right there. Ready and willing. He showed up to his life and not to the life that he wanted it to be showed up his life that god was was ordaining shopped. The life that god has given you. Don't wait to show up to your life until it's the life that you want. Show up now. you have to be ready willing. We have info about joshua and his life in more than just the book of joshua we seem in exodus and deuteronomy and then of course in joshua he was always ready because he was always willing to do what god said to do. Joshua was always ready. Why because he was always willing to do what god said to do. Supporting the spear in the exact direction that the lord told him to point it was easy. Peasy lemon squeezy for him because he already had the spear in his hand..
Death Toll in Florida Collapse Rises to 4; 159 Still Missing
"About a hundred and sixty people were still unaccounted for a day after an Oceanside condominium building collapsed in Surfside Florida the way it is so difficult for Joshua Spiegel whose mom Judy is missing we understand this can be an extremely long process and that this excavation may take weeks if not longer and we're gonna be here fighting every second as to what caused the deadly collapse governor Ron DeSantis says it will take plenty of time to find that out anyone who is affected by this directly once that answer but also we need to know is this a bigger issue or is this something unique to the building first responders are using dogs and microphones in an effort to find people I surely after
Joshua Miller: The Lies That Keep You From Our Greatness
"Title of the book is i call bullshit. Live your life not someone else's and why i chose. That title was purely. Because when i look at the twenty years of working with leaders and individuals across the country And i've read the books. And i subscribe to the models. I've i've walked on the coals. I've been to the seminars. What i found. Is that a lot of these. Books are great in content. They're great in awe insight but sometimes they lack on the substance of application. What do you actually do with what you just learned. And for me. When i was toying around the idea of writing a book Some people approach me a couple years ago as usual. write a book on leadership development or executive coaching. I said It doesn't with me. There's enough books out there to do that. And as i've been thinking about writing a book for close to three years it hit me. One day where i realized what's missing And what. I would like to read personally as a book that just cut through the bullshit that takes the essence of all of these. The great work that that that people in our industry have done but just D- complexities tapes it. Distills down to what's the bare essence. What is it telling you. What is it teaching. And then how do you go. Apply it because an insight without application is is really just an insight. It's nothing else. So i call bullshit is is has kind of a double meaning. It's one is. I call bullshit not so much on people or the industry but it's really on the conversations were having and it's time that we stop living lies and really start asking ourselves pertinent questions. We gotta get more curious about who we are what we're doing. Stop complaining stopping a victim and start getting curious around. What can we do about it. And that's what this book is really drives home.
Joshua H. Adams, SUNY Oswego Disaster-Themed Media
"Minute joshua h adams professor of film digital film production explains why we investigated correlations between disaster themed media and real world events in the mid nineties. America was hit by a significant increase in natural disasters. Hurricanes floods blizzards tornadoes etc. Hollywood responded by producing a plethora of disaster themed films including twister independence day. Volcano titanic dante's peak. The top ten of these disaster films made over one point nine billion dollars at the box office accounting. For over ten percent of hollywood's total income from the thousands of films made over this period. There's no doubt that during times of turmoil national stress disaster theme to media thrives over the summer of two thousand twenty we conducted a piece of research examining the films and video games consumed by the general population during the global covid nineteen pandemic. We collected information on viewing habits from over three hundred participants statistically analyzed and correlated this with data on the participant's personal circumstances. We found that. Over the past year there has been a significant increase in the consumption of disaster themed media in particular media relating to pandemics disease related movies such as contagion. Pandemic outbreak were popular. Perhaps watching these disaster movies helped people to deal with the everyday anxieties caused by the pandemic and speaks to a process needed to take back
Couple Charged With Murder of Kids in Strange Doomsday Case
"An Idaho couple who embraced doomsday religious beliefs have now been formally charged with the murder of two children the children's mother Lori valoe day bell and her new husband Chad were indicted by a grand jury on charges of murder conspiracy and grand theft in the deaths of seven year old Joshua bellow and seventeen year old tightly Ryan Chad day bell was also charged with murder for his former wife Tammy's death prosecutors say the pair endorsed religious beliefs for killing the children whose bodies were found last summer months after they had been declared missing some of the charges stem from failure to notify social security that the children were dead while the mother collected benefits on their behalf according to local media day ballot also gotten his previous wife to increase her life insurance before she died I'm Jackie Quinn
Why UFC’s Paul Felder Realized It Was Time to Retire
"About paulie fell there. What about our guy polly felder. Who says you know what i'm done with this. I'm walking out on my terms. You know i've seen all these other people that he didn't actually say this but it has been a theme as of late seeing all these sort of depressing integrate mma careers and he says. You know what. I feel in my heart. I've done what i had to do. You know the ceilings there. I'm gonna go out there and do other things You know he had hinted at this in the past but he came out on saturday and officially announced the retirement. What did you think of this as we as as we've seen over the last like i said a lot of the pressing depressing results polly felder. Says you know what i'm done. I'm good you paulie. red stash. Texted me after the show where i said. They've offered him the fight against islam. And all these other dudes and paulie right away told me he goes. You know i've been kind of thinking about walking away. that's why. I haven't taken the fight against islam or anybody else. Listen paul felder was never afraid of any. Paul felder will fight anybody who seated on a number of occasions. I mean he fought. Rda on five days notice in loss thirty pounds to make the weight right. So we know who. Paul felder is but when you lose that fire compete especially when you're a guy like paul write a guy who kind of is a blood and guts warrior when you lose that that that desire at fire to be in there in going through the type of fights at. He's been through with mike period than hooker. And all those guys how do you. How do you wrap your mind around the damage that you take if you'll love doing it. No more when his. It's easy to do when you love it. You go home with the bruise you go. You know what. I'm going to recover them to go to this guy because i love it when that's going going in the guy in paul felder who has a fantastic broadcast career. That's waiting for him. He has acting of acting opportunities so many opportunities.
Interview With Joshua and Shelley Engberg of Tiny House Basics
"You've been around making tiny house trailers and so so many of of my kind of email subscribers and people in tiny house engage my online community. Many many of them have bought trailers from you and But i kind of want to rewind. I i love to hear the story about people going tiny so you can you. Can you say more about how you got interested in tiny house living and what you know what convinced you to take the plunge think about the story down who wants to sleep african late in two thousand fourteen. We were married for about three years. That time period. And we were renting a house in the san francisco bay area rent prices at that time or they've gone up a lot since then by they were expensive at the time and we kind of got to a point where we either needed to either move out of state or drastically changed the way we relive and we'd really understand what that meant and we were kind of familiar with tiny houses at that period of time. We re really remember kind of a specific dinner with some friends in berkeley and they were telling us about tiny houses where like they were like hundred square feet. And we're like oh that's cool and all but year not going to happen for us. Yeah and so. It's kind of a passing thought but we we are right. We went to Our families longtime cabin in washington state and kind of just. It was really small cabin built in early. Nineteen hundreds and log cabin in so we kind of were like. I don't like in this small space and then became back home and we were just watching movies at night and that never very next week. We came across the documentary. I think it's tiny. Yeah let your story of living small
Will Deontay Wilder Solve Tyson Fury in the Trilogy Fight?
"In boxing. Deontay Wilder will not step aside to allow Tyson fury to fight Anthony, Joshua and or August, according to Fury's promoter. It comes after a U. S judge ruled that Wilder was entitled to a third fight against fury, and that fight is scheduled to take place. In Las Vegas on the
Judge: Deputies Fired Over School Massacre to Get Jobs Back
"Two Florida deputies who were fired for in action during the parkland school massacre in twenty eighteen are expected to get their jobs back the Broward county circuit judges ruled deputies Brian Miller and Joshua Stambaugh should be reinstated to their jobs with the back pay the ruling is based on a one hundred eighty day deadline for taking disciplinary action against law enforcement officers which was missed in both cases both law enforcement officers were faulted for waiting outside Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school instead of rushing in and confronting gunman Nicholas Cruz a third deputy was also fired not only for driving away from the scene but also for failing to write up a tip that Cruz had been making threats on social media about shooting up a school I'm Jackie Quinn
Joshua Duggar Will Be Released From Jail as He Awaits Trial for Child Pornography Charges
"Josh? I'm having a Jonah blank on his last name. But Josh, he's from the show. Basically, Josh is getting released. Josh Duggar, Josh Duggar, Josh Duggar's situation with Josh Duggar and his child pornography case. It is up against him right now. Josh is going to get released from jail pending trial in his child porn case, but he's not going home. The judge agrees that Josh is not a flight risk, but says that he will not be sent to his home residents. He will be kept at a different residents and have an ankle bracelet. He'll be allowed to visit his own minor Children. As long as his mother is there. You have no access to any computers or anything with Internet access whatsoever. So Pretty dicey situation room. He was teams. He broke the story that he was hit with charges of receiving and possessing child porn following last month's arrest, So yeah, yeah, that's a bad situation. Very bad situation. And, you know, they said this, too, that the family said that he had been battle. I mean, you know, he had said that this was his ex, not excuse, but that he had been battling porn addiction. That was part of why this was going on. And I just I don't see the child connection to that. Yeah, but yeah, so he Well, I guess finding porn with Children was on your computer is pretty telling. And he also molested too. I think of his sisters. Oh, I did not know that Yanks.
George Clooney: World's Worst Pandemic Roommate
"Brace yourselves. y'all george clooney is inviting you to his lake como house. He's also minute brad. Pitt is causing trouble for him. At a mall so georgia's teaming up amazed to raise money for his clinic. Foundation and one lucky winner will score trip to lake como to have dinner with george and amal at their house but before you enter the contest be ward. george is being called. The world's worst pandemic roommate the sooners. This pandemic is over you to come celebrate with a mall in me at our house in late. Have you over to our place a little get together now. One of my favorite things about meeting new people is that you never know when a lifelong friendship is going to blossom. In fact by total dumb luck. I actually ended up spending most of last year stuck rooming with this random guy. And we're basically best friends now but don't take my word for it. Just ask him. Do i recommend hanging out with george clooney. No i do not. I guess. I forgot how strange people could be q. Believe a mall wanted me to throw this away throwing this out no way man the whole video so cute and if you're the winter what is the first question you ask george in a mall. How'd you tame that'd beef. I mean not that. George clooney was like a wild as but he was free and he was out in the streets. And if you don't know what these streets me call your your favorite black person and ask them. What does this mean when you're out in the streets a lot of times we always say like you can't change your man you can't you know. Stop a man for being who he is but it seems like when they intersected it was that we saw this whole new side aclu so it kind of gives me. Oh i know all feel. I would love to hear her perspective because she may he may have just been so head over heels for her from the beginning she may have just been like it. Wasn't that hard basically. He was just pursuing me. Like crazy and it is what it is.
'Boxing News' ft. Combat Sports Insider Deon Clubbs (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #13)
"Big terence crawford fan elephant in the room. Is we all want to see the task. Force earl spencer. Who is tasked. Crawford's bob arum aerospace is now heyman so let's pbc de espn top rank two different companies. And they don't talk that. Well bob air hill talk to somebody like eddie hearn's who's matchbox and that's why we're going to have the fury verse. Anthony joshua fight which will be happening soon helping the site but pack. I mean he has won. The belts task cropper. Only has one belt. Its way for our task offer to pillow more emphasis on how necessary that fight is to unify. Forty-seven welterweight division. I think if pack. Yeah winds i mean. Sorry one of the best boxers of all time but if he beats terence crawford somehow he'll solidified himself as how pound. I mean this may weather and then pack. Y'all right there for this generation. Yeah dan i honestly think that terence crawford will not come with the same protests when keith armand fault pack. Y'all was outclass outmatch. I'm saying a right now first clubs bangers clubs bangers on the list i care score for will win this fight In might go the distance. But i think tears crawford will will have pack yao dump by lisa sixth or seventh round. He starts a little later and then he wants he figures you out it's over with in pac l. Might be rabbi. He might be there with calmer. Gregor the wraps might be sectional. They all my internet things about life thing about how much they drink tonight before. Who knows what. I think pat will be going to sleep. Who could slum writer six or sound around that fight and crawford who have to belts. It'll be more if assist as far as him fighting Earl spencer fight really needs to happen for you have just one chance. I don't like all these these all. These belts and safety and buys are fine but we want one undisputed champion and had way divisions got right there startling towards that path with a anti josh will sisa fury and i think the wealth way forty seven trend towards that way hopefully by next year once cry a patio like trash that he has dispose disposable. Jettison get out here. that's to happen by next year. Oh yeah my brother. I completely agree. We got to have that match. We boxing match in our lives and i agree. I believe that terraced coffer will stop mini. Pack y'all i believe many we'll put up a good fight but yeah i don't think he has what it takes. I think he's a little too old to stop. Terence crawford crawford at the ball in booths. Podcasts he's really good. And i really like him and so yeah i think he's gonna stop him and i i hope so. I'm very excited. So we can have him versus like you said errol spence and see that joint in twenty twenty two fo the win- anyways so we have a huge fight coming up either this year next year. The heavyweight division is finally consolidating and we have tyson fury versus anthony joshua which will be the biggest fight in u. k. boxing history. So my friend. Tell me how we feel about the heavyweight division. How well they're doing art. We can't okay. Starts out first of all omar. Would you
Josh Fight: Hundreds Gather In Battle For Their Name
"Hundreds of people fight in a field in nebraska over the named josh. A lot of josh's gathered to brawl over the right to their name over the weekend. Dozens of people in fact named joshua they met in lincoln nebraska and they held a battle over the name joshua on april twenty fourth. The winter not surprisingly was josh tiny. Josh to be exact. He's a five year old boy. He was coronated with the burger king crown after a massive pool noodle fight. They use pool noodles. Guys know at pool noodles are they were invented to float their flotation device primarily but quickly. Most of us appropriated these devices to smash cousins in the face. Anybody else just me. Okay josh from all over the country. I'm talking about the u s survey and there are a lot of josh's in the us of they flocked to air park in lincoln nebraska. For saturday's of the joshes. How did this come about. I'm so curious it seems very fun.
Nats' Strasburg to IL with shoulder inflammation
"Trail one. Nothing bottom of the second and EJ Joshua Hus leadoff homer, the French for the Diamondbacks. Palo, A Speedo, making the spot start for the Nationals. Stephen Strasburg going on the injured list with right shoulder inflammation. He's a 46 pitches now, after two frames the Nats Trail one Nothing
"joshua" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast
"Yo what's happened to my people all right today. We have a brand new friend of ours. And i feel like he's going to be a good friend for a while. His name is joshua b lee and He actually runs a company and new venture called standout authority but he is not new to the game at all. This guy goes way back so this little brief on what we're chatting about this thing is going to be all about. Lincoln had a engagement stoked on actually getting the right people to listen to you. And you know you can actually get real engaged linked in not the Spammy bought stuff that you see all the time so this is actually getting back in the lincoln. And you'll hear why it's mahas and you'll you'll. I'm sure get a lot more as well. In addition it just linked in overall even if linked in your jam. Don't click away because what joshua talks about. Is this human algorithm in the way that he connects in a unique way his whole the thought process and procedures beyond how he does this where he he can. Basically connect with anyone on linked in and he has a strategy to essentially Get into their world and you know figure out. Some kind of way they can collaborate or work together as a client Some kind of relationship. It's basically the backbone of business and life vehicle human He goes deep into it. So definitely not doing justice there but little quick bio and john joshua he's been in the game for a long time so in two thousand three he actually was working with a little known company by the name of my space. Hello that was one of his clients and also google. He was managing over a hundred million dollars an advertising spin and actually controlling thirty five trillion with a t online impression so basically. He knows what to do with traffic. He's seen a lot of it and even more now. So he's doing this for some of the the biggest legends in the marketing space. Dan sullivan joe. Polish john maxwell tons of company or a goal. Not i mean like basically. Everyone needs to be better humans these we should especially right now and it's his whole thing is he doesn't believe it's b. two or b. two c. it's h. two h. Human the human. I like that so check out his training. Everything is doing that stand out. That is stand out. Authority dot com. And of course. We're taking.
"joshua" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast
"Really talked about it except that we both knew that that was a great thing for me We i guess you know. During all those years of kind of feeling akali. I might have mentioned it once or twice but because we go to the scene and and we were at that dinner together you release the was working in my life Impassioned and and the now ailing all. He's the most deported So i'm just really really fortunate to have a partner. Who wasn't and i know there's so many pastors arturs who you know you like the in have saying with mum in my case i i know they're in the episcopal church. There are a lot of gay and their partners have been very very supportive. And i don't know their stories. But i i i do know that when i was going through all the paperwork or the episcopal church go through this certain period At there was there were questions. We all have to answer like fourteen as as one of which was happy. Written by your spouse okay. That's wise yeah though You know. I know but from the very beginning It there was no argument. He's actually so happy. I'm in it because he sees that. I'm happy when i'm happy. he's happy. Oh yeah that's right. So i'm very fortunate you know that's wonderful. Can you say a little bit about the to innovative ministries that you've got going this a slice of heaven. Yeah yeah yeah yeah. I started baking funny years ago. When i lived in new york city and i have remained speaking ever since the beginning fools and while i was a designer I was thinking cooking classes in classes at night near city. I just loved it very much. they were gifts from edward. Actually so i continued baking about five years ago. I started realizing that everything. I baked which is primarily like layered cake. Is that these roles. Whatever you know. Martha stewart thing that That it really gave joy to a lot of people who were sick were like gave up hope in their lives. We were not joyous. And so i. I kind of saw that. And then now with pelvic nineteen My aunt right before that was Was was joined in assisted living home and then they disallowed anyone from visiting her and she couldn't even get out of a room to neighbor. The i really felt sorry for a lot of older people but started baking and then dropping things off and the next thing you know he episcopal church just recently honored me this ministry by giving me a small grant continued as evangelism work so this that was very really urging the second when you mentioned about is the artists group that is in my church. I was asked by the feast. Who years ago. If i would start a group like this because my church over city south that is note mostly made up of creative people art film industry though it was just very nap over artists group arts industry. I said yes do it. And i have I have Of been doing it for for for this time. And it's been a great blessing for a lot of people who come and we talked about spirituality along with our struggled after being commercial artists of right now we have most the visual artists and writers and performance artists. And it's been a community where we can honestly about it different issues like out. You know like when you don't feel creative when you don't think you have talent you know. Am i really an artist of mauer's god part of all of this. I was in the struggles of our our lives. Every day. those become a great community I have just recently passed. Batons his feet people who are going to take it over because the next step of my discernment. Is there any other shirt for year to how so while i've gone the work of well there's also a wonderful and amazing I imagine once you get ordained get a chance to design your own vestments. I popped in the beautiful. No i have. I have a feeling that all about the jews. Okay well it has been more than delightful. It's been terrific and wonderful just to have this extended conversation with you. Joshua i think your life arc has been amazing. And they're so consistency. I hear the the the value of honesty and and depth and authenticity just ringing true throughout and just being more and more clear and obvious. I wish you all the best in your studies and Your marriage and see what else. God has in store for you. Are you on social media in any way if people want to follow your Adventures yes. I'm actually on I'm on my website. Is joshua wong design dot com. Okay that one is all about. My work is designed and then on that Homepage is a link who sake and not which is A gallery Website and that has all my industry so A wonderful yes. So you can. You can go to. Those things will include those links in our show notes. Okay right right. Well it's been a pleasure it is by honor to. It's no you little better. And.
"joshua" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast
"We. We don't make sense to them. No and so when when people when people who are not shirt or christian or whatever you know they they see us as we go they see us as not even in touch with the real world and that's lost. What the message. Of jesus whether they accepted whether they follow jesus or not is their own decision between them and god but But it's it's exactly a out christian especially evangelical have to really learn to let go and live in live in limbo limbo is where jesus it. Yeah you know. And and that's the fear of a lot of and i'm not picking on evangelical. Because i think the i can compare it with the pistols. Kurt episcopalian. it's it's okay to be in limbo. Plenty of the. They have great to live with gray and not everything having to be black and white. Yeah and and that's the thing about you. Know my own experience with evangelical. Is that when you say you know god created you. This god loves you this way. That's gary you know because that's not literal. That's not you know that's that letting go of of their it arm around what they think. The bible says well. Here's here's another simple way. That i have taken to trying to describe the difference. We're talking about here is is if if you happen to be a christian protestant or catholic. The the whole cornerstone of this. Faith is that godson divine took on human flesh right the incarnation and he became fully human. So the irony is that for many who claim to know this christ and believe this message they actually look less than human they look like a robot right so so it's like what don't don't you feel this can can't you see right and it's like no. I'm not allowed to feel that. Like i have a bible verse that says and that's and and to me there can be no greater tragedy then to kind of have faith in someone who took on our humanity as a way to show god's love right and then to say well the way. I show that i follow that in karnik. Deity is for me to look like i'm not humid. It's like pharisees like it is yeah now. We're getting to the end of our time. I gotta ask you this question. Joshua i when i was going to seminary i had some classmates who were like yourself. This was like second career for you as like third career. Okay and somewhere had been engineers before you know. Some had been whatever and their spouse when they accepted the proposal of marriage Were not be being offered this invitation to step into ministry marriage right and and some of them those spouses ever made the adjustment like hey. I married an engineer. Now a pastor's wife you know. So we're where is edward in all of this as we talked about the reaction of your professional colleagues but edward did not marry a pastor right right and edward didn't sign up to be a passers husband right so i'm just curious yeah You know we never.
"joshua" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast
"Guest. Today is joshua wong and joshua we want to welcome you to our podcast. You are like the quintessential kind of person we wanna talk to on this show. Well thank you so much for that nice introduction. Yeah now let me explain why i say that. It's not just hyperbole. You are clearly someone who has been gifted with immense creative artistic abilities This this podcast started to really showcase asian reckon creatives and you are that in spades my friend and in time you know as a lifelong christian myself and someone who was a pastor for more than forty years. I'm also intrigued with kind of your spiritual journey and wrong. Even who don't have a particular affinity towards christianity. What have you. I think they're also interested. They're curious to hear what those of us who have that that commitment and at the same time had had to kind of navigate various challenges and roadblocks to us. Still kind of being in in that lane. I think they're also curious to hear that so. I'm so excited that we get to have this conversation. Well good i. I am glad to be here. I'm glad to share with you. My journey well Let's start with the fact that you were born in another country and then how you ended up here sure. I was born in hong kong. And when i was four years old my family in nineteen sixty four Decided to immigrate to the los angeles. So i just Follow along basically as a four year old kid. It was interesting. I mean. I look back. And i definitely think there is it not only. Was it a journey across you know Part of the world but it also forever changed My identity from being both american. Us citizen and also retaining by chinese background. And you are able to utilize that whether they call bike bicultural and bilingualism in your profession quite well yeah you know. I grew up in a home where my father was a minister in the jellicoe church so That really helped me retain my chinese language ability. Even though i was i was i came at such an early age. And i don't write or read the way. My older siblings do but I was always my father's translator in church so the yeah so my father was a was a really really charismatic minister he always joked laughed and everybody loved him and because of how fast he speaks in how relevant his messages. It was really really hard to find an interpreter that could keep up with him so That helped me retain my chinese. So how old were you when. He roped you into being his interpreter. That's a very good question. I have to think back definitely. It was more around when i was around. Probably nineteen or twenty years old. Okay yeah yeah. So he burn through a lot of until he. yeah well. It was around that time that my father's church started having an english more of an abc congregation. American born chinese talk So because of that we had to have the two languages. But i think prior to that i mean this was this was you know he. He was He was a pastor in la. I think since the seventies so back then it was mostly a different world back then but when we started having a english more english speaking creation i had to pitch in. Okay see so. I'm kind of the reverse of new generation can't speak a word of chinese. I think of things in the moment have a manuscript right. And so the few times that i would have an interpreter. I would just have the worst time. They had the even worse time interrupters but ken. What's wonderful is the fact that i think that that is in itself a conversation because even to this day you find a very very different difficult Interpreter difficult time to find interpreters in chinese churches because because a lot of interpreter A lot of people are are not really raised in america. They are like still very chinese and so they interpret they are two lane fee and they don't go into the concept they just keep like being literal. So that's why even to the stay. It's frustrating to hear someone trying to translate. Yeah now is your dad. Still alive no no. He passed away about fourteen years ago. Oh okay What was his name is name. John wong john wong. What would the churches that he served. Shot chinese alliance. Yeah yeah i. I was friends with the english. Pastor of the one. Out in the valley larry remarked. Oh yeah yeah. Yeah yeah yeah. My father started that shirt. Oh my goodness really yeah. My father was the chinese billy graham. Oh in southeast asia. Yeah he he before he became a full-time evangelist at the end of his the latter part of his life he was a church planter. Okay well he started about. I actually my mother just wrote a book about him. And i'm translating the book but he is. He started about a dozen churches and one of them was in the san fernando valley. Okay yeah. I figured there had to be some kind of cross connection their dad. Yes i thought. So when i was thinking about you i thought you. There is some kind of you know. It's a small community. Yeah yeah so while you're doing this you're also ever since you were a little kid. You're showing this artistry right. This creative bent Was your dad or mom ever expecting you to follow in his footsteps and then by then you're at art center college of design in pasadena very good question because My father never never gave any of his children. Any pressure in the ministry. Yeah so There are five kids and none of us are in the ministry except for me going boards of professional up profession so No i felt like all ing about five eighty five years ago. I felt the calling. Because i i. I wanted to resist being minister because i saw on my father had to live his life and and the difficulty of being a pastor though. I really really appreciate. You can So i really do not want to be a east at all but my journey also took me to the piscopo church. Which was the. I never really thought of either. It was really my only choice because it was the episcopal church that accepted out. Bq people yeah. Yeah so was your father still alive when you came out and then we got married and and all of that yes part of it My father was a wonderful wonderful pastor. he was not your typical chinese pastor like stuffy pastor so in a out of five of june i think in i have had the most similar personalities so we got along really really well so when i Fought and fought inside my heart about coming out and thinking that god at booed change it didn't work then. I was ready to give god and i was on the brink of giving up god and.
"joshua" Discussed on Free audio sermons: Get free audio sermons and free audio Bible studies!
"But in that instance in that time, you are responsible for fleeing for refuge to the city of refuge and like a child would their mothers legs clean to the legs of the altar. And grab a hold and don't let go and then they would be responsible for staying there in the hope imagine the hope of one who accidentally killed someone who knew the avenger of blood was on them. Coming after them and how purposefully they would flee to that city of refuge. Would they wait? Would they delay with and perhaps take a detour from time to time? No they would move as Abraham did with godly purpose to accomplish this thing that they. May Have Hope And that's how we ought to respond when Jesus Brings US Alvin. We should respond in kind just as if you're a very life depended on it. Because in fact. More than just your life depends on it, your turn future depends on it and so when we are not right with God, we need to make it right and if that's that we haven't become a Christian or that we need to return to him whatever the case. The purpose in our hearts must always be to be right with God first and foremost. In Joshua Chapter One. We end up with a situation where a man in the Old Testament shares a name with a man in the new. Testament it's very direct representation but Joshua. In the Old Testament his name in the new in Greek would be as Zeus, which is Jesus. Their names are identical. Jesus's name basically means. Jehovah is Salvation Joshua and you see it most express most easily express for, for instance, in Hebrews chapter four and Verse Eight. For if we had given them Rask's than, he would not afterward have spoken of another day and if you read it in the Greek. And actually in some translations, they translated Jesus and that would be if you're reading through it for if Joshua had given them rest that he would not have afterward have spoken of another day..
"joshua" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos
"Definitely prefer close up at infancy. Union focus on. Born builder more of a personal relationship with them. With that Seddon can obviously also built a relationship with a whole entire audience as well. Style, boone is just. Very different and I personally am not as comfortable in front of. Audience on stage. For married. All. I'm sure that takes a Lotta practice, too. Because I think a lot of that again I am not. There's always society in general always has curiosity. Right of how the hell did they just do that? So then? You guys like Damascus Magician. If you've seen that show, no. Have you seen it Joshua yet the masked magician that came out, and he reveals all the a lot of the big mid magic trick. OSCE pissed a lot of people off well, he I'm sure. He pissed off a lot of magicians because he showing the secrets behind. How they do it, and that's the one one golden rule isn't isn't it? Is it still a rule like you don't reveal a magician secret? Still this adapted. as matching professors goes on my. Hell I view personally. Is. I think it's obtained to reveal it. If the person who? So, initially it goes like you show me a trick. I'll show you. Know for the greater good of the the magician, community or yeah, yeah community. Yes, I was like I'll show you how to do this and perfect. If you show me your, you know your sharing trades of the secret for Seattle Trade Rather. Yeah, now if you are starting out and you can't share one obviously than. Personally I. I. Mean I want you to learn summer social easiest learning new. Show me that you can. The effort into learning that even that easy. And I. Mean there's tons of things that are like. Very very simple that. Seven year old can do. I would like to still people's wallets. Pickpocketing is a whereas yes. Very famous addition. Magician on a? Gregory Wilson on she. Specializes in Max very Kevin would steal people's women, and then I would I would still people's wall. But that type of that type of illusion or Magic is more distraction. Right you. You put something over here, so they're paying attention to this so that you can get in over here. It's not yet a lot of misdirection Islamist That's a lot of. Direction. On this direction in. A different way than matches. As far as good. Yeah! We. I was fortunate when.
"joshua" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"I go to Texas I. Don't know just get in the car and drive west. Young Man God telling you end up much better place Yeah, that's the wildest, and also you know the the. Woman killed her husband. This is what we're supposed. You think mean. She's pretty gleeful about. When they're interviewing her to lie. To the septic tank he he like. Writer. How could it hand? Madame. You would only know that if you try. He would only know that if you were standing in front of the meek like Dammit, I can't get the whole hand in there. Just like everything about that show was mind boggling. Mr Jackson your amazing. Go, have a healthy baby. Thank you. We will tell Jodi said. Hi will do Her. Twitter is just killing me. Oh Yeah. She's she's This is the difference between us and the are your age gap like the the total social media savviness. and. Rely on their the best times, but now that we have nothing but time on our hands. Watch out like do not cross my wife on twitter. Forget about the Ouchi. Jody Turner Smith in charge of coronavirus would be done. On honestly, she wrapped up by this I know. Thank you again. hopefully next time I'll see you in person. Not Yes, you know what I can't wait can't wait to see you in person and be able to give you. All, thank you same here. I can't wait until until we can get past this moment in time. That Joshua Jackson little fires everywhere is available on who loop coming up next week. Actor lgbtq Hollywood Trailblazer Wilson Cruz for now. Don't forget to follow me on twitter and Instagram at mark, Malcolm for the latest entertainment news head over to variety dot com be well and be safe. See.
"joshua" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"Right. What if you if if she's just your only your only tackling the issues of class right which is a whole story there right. So there's there's plenty of a juicy and meaty things there but it went as soon as the character becomes black and obviously by extension child becomes black you you bring in bit race and class and then the intersection of race and class right and it just makes the whole story. I think incredibly richer and by set by having said in the nineties and introducing the idea of race into it or more essentially into it. What you also do is because we've learned the language around microaggressions if you said this in twenty twenty right a lot of the ways in which the kids and as all children are who are just reflections of the things that here in their home or just reflections of their parents all those cringe worthy moments Like I I had one in in episode episode episode for which I guess we last week's episode The where bills in the process is at the dinner table in these up in arms about this Chinese Person. And you know that's not the word he's looking for But like all of those things that are that are cringe-worthy to us in twenty. Twenty folks won't learn the language around how not to be cringe-worthy we actually haven't really changed the behavior patterns very much so I think you know by putting it just that little bit in the past. Give licensed to really look at these things in a more frank manner Because they couldn't you know it could not be more topical than than what well overall going up until two weeks ago and then world changed because it's even when when especially Elena race. He says a couple of things. And you you you just and you're like that's so auto as if that's not happening now right well. That's that's what I mean. Is You know we we We always WANNA give our credit ourselves particularly white people. I WANNA give ourselves credit for being farther along culturally than we are right now and so this have brilliant scene between recent Kerry where Reece's characters offering her the the house manager job and me very rightly as like you want me to be your made and as an audience member. You're just like oh right but if you walked into most homes in Los Angeles and look at who's hiring and who's doing the work that I manage exists so so yeah I mean I think these women are brilliant and the women around him are brilliant and they understood what what what they could achieve by by choosing to tell a story that set in that time because it allows you the ability to to make the characters a little bit out of pocket right. I'm while still be still talking about the things that are concerned to us today. So now did the young kids on set even a cruel intentions were was. I don't think they I think I did. I got I mean this phase of my career where anybody under thirty really but all these kids were like eighteen below at the think. Jade is nineteen. I can't remember exactly but all kids They were like yeah. I I think I've heard of DAWSON'S CREEK ANYTHING. That was my. My mom really liked that show. That's where I'm at A. Why does that because I have to tell you? I don't think I've ever even told us. So when Dawson's Creek started I was the entertainment editor for magazine called twist the teen magazines tighter kind of thing and I remember. Wbz WB WB publicist clauses. Were shooting the Prom scene of Dawson's creek you guys hadn't been on the area they said. Do you WanNa come and follow interview. Everyone editor-in-chief know Going to be big didn't go and have a set the PROMESSI that's obviously stayed with me for carrying for twenty years. Man Let it go. You know what I use it. I use it now when like brings up a new. You know new actor or new show and I'm like listen. It could be my Dawson's creek that's just you know because you never know. I mean we had no idea when you're cheating what we were about to do and then I'm talking about nostalgia mighty ducks. Will we see Charlie on the Disney? Show I don't think you'll see dizzy. Plant Room But I do know the. I wonder if they were actually able to finish their production. Yeah I know that they were shooting up in Vancouver And I don't know if they were able to get to rap but I but I do know that it it is getting done which I think is great. It's you know and as it should be. The next generation of kids is exactly right. This wild when you see things like like like their parents much Dawson's creek mighty ducks got this whole new generation. Which moved they're going to watch. You're moving is and they're going to get into a judge so here's like weird thing about surviving long. Had One is the cycle of generations to because everything is current always now those minded movies like I'm always surprised when a six or seven or eight or nine year old. He'd be like. Hey Charlie as we kind of. Don't make really kids movies like that anymore. Right it's either it's either TV show or it's an animated show but there isn't really like a directly for young teams in below bears stuff just went away and then then it's like six or seven years ago. My friends kids started being like. Hey man what's your show. What fringed much Dawson's creek again and I guess it was it. A one of streamers picked it up and it just became a new generation. Like I don't even understand how at seventeen now you would relate to anything that's going on the tree social media presell phone right I. It must seem from the stone age if you're a seventeen right now because guess like it's called vintage to Jack you're from old Hollywood Hollywood. Exactly let me tell you. What are you binging right now? I know I said you guys been watching Tiger King Finished the last night and watch the entire thing. We binged at the first week ten dubbing. I cannot wrap my head around basically anything in that. Show one that man and that woman exist and and that they're the subculture of people who have giant ferocious man eating animals as their house pets too that there is such a thing as a Gay. Libertarian Cowboy match head limited tournament Gunslinging gunslinging Poly Poly Hammer with always kind of like young guys. No seriously like dude. Did you see Joe? He has no TS. I mean MAC is a powerful drug my friend but when JOE started out he was a handsome young Fella which makes me think that the like the talent pool in Oklahoma is pretty pretty shallow because if you're eighteen year old gay man and Joe Exotic is you're like yeah you don't like there's got to be a better way. I go to Texas. I don't know just get in the car and drive West Young Man. God killing you end up much better. Place yeah that's the wildest and also you know the the woman killed her husband. This is what we're supposed. You think. Mean she's pretty gleeful about when they're interviewing her to lie to the septic tank he he like writer. How could it hand madame? You would only know that if you try. He would only know that if you were standing in front of the grand dammit. I can't get the whole hand in there just like everything about that. Show was mind boggling. Mr Jackson Your Amazing. Go have a healthy baby. Thank you we will Tell Jodi said Hi will do Her twitter is just killing me. Oh yeah she's she's This is the difference between us. And the are your age gap like the the total Social Media Savviness and she's breweries on their the best times but now that we have nothing but time on our hands watch out like do not cross my way on twitter. Forget about the Ouchi. Jody Turner Smith in charge of coronavirus would be done on honestly. She wrapped up by this. I know thank you again Hopefully next time I'll see you in person. Not Yes you know what I can't wait can't wait to see you in person and be able to give you all. Thank you same here. I can't wait until until we can get past this moment in time. That Joshua Jackson is everywhere is available on. Who loop coming up next week actor. Lgbtq Hollywood Trailblazer Wilson Cruz for now. 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"joshua" Discussed on KQED Radio
"At mac found dot org this is one a I'm Joshua Johnson in Judaism naming ceremonies happen at temple shortly after a baby is born Abby hava Stein had a renaming ceremony at the age of twenty four in our tradition leaving Egypt wasn't and historical events alone in our tradition leaving Egypt was a personal existential leaving as well the whole door rather high of a down the road to the smoky even though we have he I mean it's right the family she grew up with was not in attendance Abby grew up as a specific boy this ultra religious sect of Judaism does not acknowledge the existence of transgender people she followed the life path set out for her marrying at eighteen becoming a father and a rabbi today she lived as a transgender woman and is no longer part of the city community Abby Stein joins us from NPR in New York she is the author of becoming eve my journey from ultra orthodox rabbi to transgender woman Abby welcome to the program thanks for having me can you give us a clear sense Abby of what gender and gender roles gender norms look like in the Hasidic Jewish community sorry how much time do you have it usually everything in the community from the way you address starting at age three from your place in society which school you're going to go to what do we gain a study in school where you send a synagogue or more specifically how often you go to synagogue while for for the command are obligated from age thirteen to pray three times a day most acidic women if they go to synagogue once a week that's a lot most of them don't even do that your place once you're married while both men and women are expected to get made around eighteen and have a lot of kids women are expected to do all the housework do all the cooking while men either stay and study or go out to work there is no overlap both physically and even metaphorically there is no connection between men and women since I was six years old I was told to not play with girls even some that were my first cousins as far as I can tell an act to try to study it for a while to for the community is the most gender segregated society in North America and they take it to an extreme how did you begin to realize that there was a discrepancy between your biological sex and your gender identity my realization was actually quite different than that my realization with a lot more and around each three even I started realizing that everyone's treating me as a boy which is very interesting and I think a lot about how much from that age do I really remember how much is my brain playing games that me but from what I hear them there I very clearly remember thinking why do my parents my teachers my siblings why does everyone think that I'm a boy it just didn't make sense to me in a way that I can't even make sense of it now what does that really mean to a three year old child and each to be I'd have the first physical kind of manifestation of gender which isn't a community boys though and have any hair cuts until the age of three and then I have my first hair cut and we get this like side curls staff to thick man we hear and I have this cutting my because while I was fighting with my parents I didn't want that it was just very clear to me somehow that everyone made a mistake my realization was a lot more I'm a girl and everyone is telling me that I'm a boy as opposed to Hey I'm not a boy and a girl I do want to say something that I think it's very important specifically given when we have this conversation a national stage which is that unfortunately I think people have developed these ideas that there is a one size fits all when it comes to trans people in obviously and we heard from Alex before interview the like because I think the non the non binary experiences sometimes even more intense and less understood by some people on the outside but in general there's no one way for people to feel while I felt it into a really young age that's not the story for everyone there's some people who to identify as women ask transforming who I haven't figured it out until their teenage years and sometimes even a lot later later in life just really important to point out but for me it was there from a really young age certainly for sure there can be a lot of confusion as a real aides to the various ways in which gender can manifest itself you have said as I understand that if the Hasidic community identified itself as trans phobic he would actually be a step forward that's pretty that's pretty severe yeah I use that as a joke a lot so for me growing up until around two thousand eight when I think that was the first and I'm exactly to your if it but when the first attempts to legalize gay marriage in new York's tie it there with it that was the first time I learned it gave people even exist because there was some people usually on the fringe of the fifth in the community you wanted to go for the community to engage and come out against it they are rumors at the at that I hear that a time I've no idea of there were right or wrong that it was a card I believe the Catholic cardinal I'm from New York to try to get the fifth at a community in came to visit trying to get the specific munity to speak up against gay marriage but the mainstream of the community establishment decided to ignore it and not because they supported gay marriage but they felt that it's so far out for them that it doesn't matter and when it comes to transfer people I didn't know the tribespeople excess until twenty twelve which was the first time I went on line which is another thing about this is that the community that since the internet became kind of a household item and I remember the first time in nineteen ninety nine and two thousand when the conversation start about the internet they put up a fight against the internet kind of banning it so I had no access to the internet until twenty twelve when I was twenty years old and that was the first time the first thing I Google plus whatever boy can turn into a girl and that's when I learned that they are other people like me so I always joke that I would be a sin I mean it's not totally it's part of it is serious that I was when I was twelve years old I had a teacher who went on a transphobic rant which sounds ridiculous sometimes that someone is trying to focus I don't even like tolerance I always focus and celebrating people and celebrating identities yet in a community like the top where they don't even talk about it just talking about it will mean that we recognize that we accept step I wouldn't know that I'm not alone that I would know that other people like me so I used to say my first goal is to get the call for the community to hate trance people because that will mean that other young kids in that community who were struggling will know that they're not alone and as I like to say thankfully four years later it's mission accomplished they are at least some for for the people who are transphobic which I know and I've heard back I've heard stories of young kids I someone told me awhile ago the story of a seven year old asking the teacher in class is it true that a boy could turn it can become a girl and it's forty think a conversation that I know is helping so many bowed in that community and a fundamentalist communities across the country and across the water I totally hear you in terms of just putting the word in people's mouths I mean I I was having a conversation you know not too long ago about the value of terminology of being able to name something because when you name something whether it's reclaiming the word queer or whatever it's a way of coalescing power because if there's a word for what you are there must be other people like you because that word exists and so what makes you feel like you're part of something that is not just you adrift in the universe but that you're part of something bigger I wonder if that identification that kind of realization that you are part of something bigger is part of what motivated you to ultimately leave the Hasidic community was was there a last straw or a a moment of realization or did it just kind of gradually happen over time yes and no and I would say to me there were two parallel journeys that would not necessarily to separate journeys never it very heavily influenced one by the other so when I was younger I always have different ways of dealing with it I think that the only reason I stayed relatively normal growing up but the fact that I had a creative imagination of trying to make sense of what I was feeling and whatever for a while I was planning a full body transplant for another while I was focusing on how I'm gonna get reborn as a girl and so on I had no actual all like scientific or any other context for what I have a feeling that when I was around twelve dad discomforts and that feeling of I am one thing that everyone else is telling me that I'm something else left to ultimately question and everything I was being told because to me if my parents and teachers could be wrong of something so existential about who I am gender wise they can also be wrong about god and about religion and about everything that has to be installed so I started out on this journey of questioning and reading books that I wasn't supposed to which is very easy to for for the community because they're more books that you're not allowed to read the book that you why and slowly I developed this process of questioning everything I was told to look to fly so by the time I reached age twenty by the time I went online I was already at a point where my religious beliefs my T. logical believe they're very different and out of the community the final kind of punch line the final straw from you with my son's Burt or as I like to say for now he's a son and he seemed very comfortable with that and and that was to me making it really hard to deal with folks not just with gender but also with religion gender was very obvious because we love to gender babies before they can see if that's the our focus on the gender of babies is ridiculous in my opinion this is the boys and a girl that whole yeah my gonna have a pink dress real blue Nestle I mean we all know what happens if you put a boy that thing Nasri right it's terrible it says that the focus on it and that was weighing heavily on the but at the same time having to raise a child in a community that I don't believe in their values regardless of gender it was both of these together the end up leading me to leave the community but the reason why I left the wasn't actually because of gender I think gender is what triggered an eight year period of questioning and studying and reading books from like Richard Dawkins the god delusion to at books on biblical criticism and so on Sir Richard Dawkins one atheist author yeah of site sort of sort of internet yeah and I actually read his book and he right talk in my book about it I couldn't beat English at a time and speak English and reading list I am and then at the but actually a three year period after I left the community when I wasn't observant at all I am ironically by now more observe and in in some ways I like to say I celebrated if instead of observing but still I'm more involved in Judea now than I was in twenty twelve but it still took me three years until twenty fifteen until I felt comfortable coming down and the reason for that was to fault first of all because of I didn't just leave because of gender but also realizing once I reach the so called outside world that trans people are still not accepted me talking of twenty twelve and I think so much of a change since twenty twelve we're talking here before transparent to orange is the new black before any of these visibility that we had over the past decade didn't really exist yet yeah and dat is a big reason what stopped me so to some extent people always expect you didn't come out until age twenty three and twenty four because of your community that I'm like partially and partially because we as a society we as an American society in every one of the fine if need to do a lot better when it comes to transfer actually from Virginia beach Virginia left this in our inbox I have been an atheist irreligious anti theistic person in my entire life and the main reason for that is being raised a Roman Catholic household it seems to me that all religions seem to really use religion as justification to for intolerance and to promote these ideals that does allow for any differences actually thanks very much for sharing your story with us hi tweeted.
"joshua" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"So I will say this though. Okay. I think that DeLeon white Joshua's the bigger fight because the Ness ask that question, but in all honesty, and I could be wrong, and I'm happy to have UK fans. Call in until me, I'm wrong. I honestly feel that the Joshua Miller fight is more import. But right now for Joshua's careers, a whole not that he's fighting Miller per se, but that he's fighting in American on American soil. I think that that exposure so much more important right now, the Dillian fight the Dillian the white vite will be there. And it's going to be just as big now as it would be, you know, at the end of the year. Okay. In assuming white, you know, take softer touches to make sure he holds onto that. You know? Right. It'll be there. You know, it'll be just as big, but the momentum that could be created with finally getting Josh on American soil in exposing him to the American fans in such a major way that that would be huge, especially on that New York market. I think. On a Mike you. Here. I can say what you what you go on from. Because look, man. At the end the day, whichever five we give Miller be Miller. Beer, white. I'm happy with it. I just want these people to go ahead and make the mind. You know what I'm saying? We've been waiting waiting waiting for the while the ferry to announcement wave for AJ to to to to make announcement wait for Dilling white to maybe make a spy who knows? But something has to happen either about to me in my opinion. But by the end of this weekend, we have come days up. So I think the frustration stems from you know, the fact that look we we did he shows every morning and in the last few weeks we've reported that fury in while reported, but we've gone off the assumptions that fury Wilders dead in the water. You know, that Joshua white is all the certain that Joshua and fury is more likely than fury wilder like we've had such a roller coaster ride with all of these key players that you're absolutely right. Like the time. Is now like stop keeping us on the hook. But that said I really feel like Joshua for him to at the end of the day..
"joshua" Discussed on KQED Radio
"This is one A. I'm Joshua Johnson. Rachel Mitchell is continuing her questioning of Christine Blasi Ford trying to suss out the precise. Details of the night of this assault already. It seemed like she may have found a discrepancy between the letter that professor Ford sent to Dianne Feinstein and her recollection of things today, particularly the conversation that Brett Cavanaugh and Mark judge supposedly had as they were walking down the stairs after this assault in the letter. It stated that there was a conversation. But just now in testimony professor Ford said she couldn't hear it because she was upstairs, and they were heading downstairs. So clearly the GOP line of questioning is aimed at trying to suss out or poke holes in whatever the original account was looks like we're going to go to a break in the hearing shortly recess but let's listen back in for now. Place called the naval research center on Clara Barton Parkway. Okay. Was that a house or an apartment, and it's at my parents home. Okay. Okay. Durbin chairman, I ask consent to enter into the record. Letters of support for Dr Ford from her classmates at school. Twelve hundred alumni the school one hundred ninety five of your colleagues, students and mentors. Fourteen hundred women who men who attended DC schools and fifty members of the school faculty who are calling for full FBI investigation. Asking certain these into the record without objections ordered duck Ford is difficult as experienced must be in want. You to know that your courage in coming forward has given countless Americans the strength to face their own life shattering past and to begin to heal their. By example, you hit brought many families into an honest, and sometimes painful dialogue, the should have occurred longtime ago, I'm sorry for what this has done to you.
"joshua" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Readings here we go again hey brother lee second half of just joshua and hopefully you will remember our theme for the day the watchman we need watchmen individuals who sound the alarm and say america you just cannot keep doing what you're doing and think that you will survive i'm sure i'm through with the preaching part i'm going to do low commentary here in the second half but i'm also looking at you know a portion of scripture i just concluded reading the book of joshua i'd just repeatedly read through bibles from cover to cover i can't even now remember the number of study bibles i've read from cover to cover over the years right in my armchair there in the bedroom there i have at least nine different bibles and mice five or six different translations and that's just my passion and my love but i was concluding the reading of joshua the other day and i was looking at how joshua because the parallels between the blessed america and the bless israel so similar and i i don't think that is by accident israel as well as america as a nation at some time in their existence acknowledged god as their leader and their king and as you know the suffering of israel is not by accident if you know your bible i know i know god is a god of love for god's hall of the world he gave his only begotten son saint john three sixteen you can go all through the bible eight jeremiah thirty one and three the lord have appeared underneath saying yeah i've loved you with an ever lasting love therefore with love and kindness have i drawing the all you know the famous twenty third psalm the lord is my shepherd and so we know god is a god of love but we have we looked at that this god that created the earth is a god of great raff and we we we we we have given verbal massages so long on sunday morning trying to make folks feel good when sometimes they need lease all my god i better get my act together we do them an injustice if we just pink the face of.
"joshua" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"And ashes in headbowed moaning and groaning saying lord we all your chosen people why did we lose the battle in god said to joshua joshua the problems not with your enemy a little low a 'yes nothing to me but the problem is in your camp you should be more than a conqueror but because the people of god when an amalgamation in it well not in that let me to say that correctly the people to god did a meme malcolm may but one man achon uh disobeyed orders i told you to take your military force in to that situational whoever you would designate they were supposed to go over there and that don't take any such things as prescribed according to the command of the lord and achon did just the opposite of what god commanded and he went over and saw something that he thought was attractive and he he knew he was wrong because he he apparently snuck at out and and buried it but god so no one would be good if we really believe the proverbial reid who said the eyes of the lord our in every place bill holding the evil and the good proverbs i believe fifteen and the three times we act like god does not see everything and we sure uh don't act like the hebrew right ahead at correct uh in hebrew foreign twelve for the word of god is quick and powerful and shop of than any to ids short piercing even did the dividing asunder the sole end the spirit and the joint i am the ma and is a designer now here here here's the mindboggling part about god and is a designer of the thoughts and intent of the heart intense other hawks gone not what you intend to go on doing god knows you'll thought process you over bridge that reach slayer drums up man of others and many is a manifestation of the utterence from your lips but god reads it your thoughts and your intentions before they're ever executed an manifested verbally or through some type of physical action do you really believe that god had rejoin mine he knows your thoughts of a far off he no oh my god in heaven can you imagine so so do you think god is comfortable with your thought process yufei.
"joshua" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Looking at live through the lens of script chip nba l did not believe on you'll pass to the wideout church in it so at the six eleven ese rol street and you always welcome to come and that was enough contact information all website is joshua was trail dot org joshua wish trail dot org you wanna know more about listen kind of get a glimpse what we look a little lake then just go to joshua wish trail one word joshua stray all not board and also he'd like to send us a personal email mom my email address is brotherly at joshua wish trail dot org one word brother elite one word brother lee that was trailing joshua straight all is one worried joshua straight overturned t are a high in all joshua was trail and joshua ends so it would jay ole miss h you the it's a joshua was trail cat and he would look to hear from you there is a donation donut owned up front of the josh was trail website until i get it changed to another then the a just can't overlook that week we'll get would've pay pal eventually get it changed over but helpless but we've dropped from thirty thousand aunque about eleven ten thousand come with their bumped and be great if we could finish this up this month and we win after run into our major fundraiser in october so help let's make calm reach our goal and keep moving on down freedoms highway should know we have were all other stations and now just a broadcaster bill it's over thousand dollars a week so you know we and we have secretary you know an excited cetera sent out we set out and you always welcome to colin offline number as you i'm a black conservative and the history of the lack americans have been turned around so what i'm going to give you a classic example.
"joshua" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"It's time for just joshua on way and talked sixteen hundred with your host pastor leave on you will let's journey together as we advanced down freedoms highway and explore today's events from a black christian conservatives perspective and now pastor leave on you'll greetings grace peace and mercy beyond the again this sunday this is your host brotherly and you're listening to adjust joshua black conservative talk coming from a june dale christian perspective looking at life the through the lens of script chair and has always encouraging you to be up and about the business of going to the house of warship and giving praise and thanks to our guide who has allowed us to have the privilege of living in the greatest nation in the history of the were i love to saw listen i love those and then issues to praise god will give thanks undergone for he's good at his mercy into a foot elbow let the redeemed of a lot say so we had he averaged being that from the hand of the enemy and then the summer seau's hole with that men would praise the load for his goodness and for his wonderful works children of a man and so we haven't gone that is worthy to be praise so give thanks to god for all of the good that you are right now in joni and hey again conservative top looking at life through the lens of script to him and a from a jude dale christian prospective a living in the united states of america and i.