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"zedek" Discussed on Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

05:33 min | Last week

"zedek" Discussed on Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

"Was aaron it's called the zaza doty akin or as a dessert is a donkey. And i don't know what that does adokie in from zedek or zadek. Okay dokey and trial. Would that means is a big where that means. You're of the descendant of aaron. Okay okay for this is crazy. Thirteen hundred and eighty eight years from aaron all the way down to a man name jason. Who's the last one before jason. Okay onus actually was his name and then jason starts the new regime thirteen hundred eight years. How many high priests were there from. Aaron to onus thirteen hundred eighty almost fifteen hundred years. What are you gonna take take again. I guess you're probably the high priest in your mid thirties until you die there. Strezak light works. Is that real. Well you yeah. Well probably not probably mid thirties but older. Because you gotta remember. Your dad has the dot. Oh yeah so. Your dad's gonna go to like ninety or eighty. Yeah so you probably in your fifties or sixty seven probably not that many. I'm not good at math in my head back quickly but probably not that many okay. That's good dancer. Forty-three to be exact. That's around. I was getting his okay. That is a small number. If you think about it yet really forty three over almost fourteen hundred years okay. so then. The sad jesse's which are basically the spiritual mafia religious overlords. They come in and from the years. One seventy two bc. This is going to blow you away. One seventy two bc. All the way to one sixty eight. I mean Seventy ad so one two bc to seventy eight. Now why do i say. Seventy as the in you know seventy. Ad seventy years after yet. When roberts town the curtain was torn. No that was thirty. That was thirty eight. I was close though what happens. Fifty years later or forty years later. I don't know the romans come in. Robert got it. They destroyed the ten straw. The tempur so the whole priesthood. As we know it is destroyed. And jesus said this was going to happen. He said no stones gonna stand on you. Know i'm gonna destroy and rebuild it and they said you're crazy no way you can do this okay. So in those two hundred roughly and fifty ish years okay. Forty two years to be exact. Okay guess how many high priests there were herman. High pride normally would have said one or two but because you're asking them thinking it's a few more than that few more than that as in thirty eight. what yes so in. Fourteen hundred years forty three and two hundred and forty two years thirty eight. What happened okay. Yes the here's what happened in. This is what led to john gone to the wilderness. And this is what we have to get. There was so much corruption where the priesthood went from being handed down by father to a son logically through the family connecting all the way back to aaron now. The priesthood is being bought by this. Saj seeing colt. Now you may know some of the scientists he's in jesus's day anise Kaya office you hear these names. Okay i just read them. Yes and so. These are corrupt men who this is why they killed. Jesus one of the reasons. Jesus is a threat to their economic power. Jesus is a threat to their retirement plan. And so they are going to take him out because he's attacking their financial gain. So what happens is the priest gets bought from the roman leaders. So now they go to. guy name. epiphany epiphanies unease. Can't think his first name. I don't even have as i say. But his his name is epiphanies and he named himself epiphanies. Meaning god manifests. He's very humble man. If you can imagine he's very woman and he started this and then it just works way down from the roman emperors. Okay so john sees this and he says listen. Not only is it wrong. I don't wanna be anywhere around. When flaming fireballs from heaven you know possibly thinking start pouncing this city for the corruption. The very men who are supposed to represent god the very man who are the mouthpieces for the very men who are supposed to stand in the place of people and god are actually using that power for corruption. Well sounds similar to today actually. Yeah i was. I was going to say. he physically separates himself from those men next week on the podcast. I want to learn. Does he besides physically. How does his message differ from that of the priests what they are doing. Can we talk about that next week. On the podcasts. Yes and not only that. We're gonna talk about why. John picks this place on this shore to start his ministry Talk about that next week. Join us next week on the podcast as we get into some of these rich truth. Pull them out from luke chapter three. Thank you for joining us on. Today's podcast if you are enjoying these podcasts. Do us a favor and smashed the like button. Share the podcast with anyone else that you might find will benefit from these and join us next week as we continue in luke chapter three pulling out some of these deep rich truce from god's word..

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"zedek" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

07:18 min | Last month

"zedek" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Sometimes directions can create leaders. Not just follow us. If you want to know the right way. Ask someone who's already been on that journey. The e. y. And microsoft tech directions. Podcast combines knowledge to find the direct route to the summit on ideas for leadership around digital and tech in each episode. We explore the subjects. That matter to help you find your way to a better working world. The e. y. Into microsoft tech directions. Podcast is out now. Download today for more of you. Get your podcasts. And you're on your way to the top jen cutter and welcome to daily tech headlines. We can review on monday apple. Release security updates for every mac apple. Watch iphone and ipad apple credits. Researchers from the university of toronto citizen lab for finding a zero click vulnerability. And i message that was allegedly used by nso group to place pegasus spyware on an activist phone. Xiaomi plans to launch their own smart glasses challenge facebook's ray band stories powered by a quad core arm processor and running android. The device will take photos with a five megapixel camera and also display notifications messages provide navigation translate texts in real time and even make calls with the wearables built in mike and speakers. All this is expected to weigh fifty one grams slightly heavier than facebook's mark losses and no price or release date has been announced epic games announced. It will appeal. Us district judge yvonne gonzalez rogers final judgment in the epic versus apple lawsuit which largely ruled with apple in the case. The appellate court is expected to rule on the judge's definition of the market issue which she defined differently from both companies and possibly clarify the language of the injunction requiring apple to allow links to alternative payment options apple said it still evaluating whether to launch. Its own appeal of the junction. Microsoft confirmed the consumer version of office. Twenty twenty one will be released on october. Fifth the same day as windows eleven. This is the pay wants single license version of office rather than an office. Three sixty five subscription. The company also announced that office long term servicing channel designed for commercial customers who cannot update software frequently is now generally available on windows and mac. Os nintendo added bluetooth audio support to the switch in a new software update now supporting using bluetooth headphones to listen to console audio. The switch can only use two wireless controllers when using bluetooth. Audio and bluetooth microphones remain unsupported with the release version. Fourteen of the unocal standard. We get thirty. Seven new emoji among the additions are biting lip troll saluting face pregnant person heart hands and support for mick skin tone for handshake apple announced the iphone. Thirteen thirteen mini and thirteen pro. All with the new eighth fifteen bionic. Soc start with a base one hundred twenty eight gigabytes of storage get better battery life than last gen and support. Dual sim and e set. The pro adds a one hundred and twenty hertz promotion display and refreshes all three cameras with brighter lenses and a telephoto. The thirteen and thirteen mini get a brighter screen and refreshed cameras with optical image stabilization on the main camera. All models get cinematic mode for video which can change focus after recording the mini starts at six hundred ninety nine dollars the thirteen seven hundred ninety nine dollars pro at nine hundred ninety nine dollars and pro max at one thousand ninety nine dollars. Preorder are open now and shipping begins on september twenty fourth. The apple watch series. Seven starts at three hundred. Ninety nine dollars offers a larger display within embezzles and faster charging able to get eight hours of life out of an eight minute charge. It's also more durable with ip six x water indus- rating and a fifty percent thicker curved crystal face. There's no firm release date for the apple watch series seven other than this fall and apple updated. The ipad mini with the larger eight point. Three inch screen the new eighth fifteen bionic. Soc a usb port touch. Id support twelve megapixel camera on the front and back and support for the magnetically attached. Second gen apple pencil. Pre orders are open starting at four hundred ninety nine dollars with five g. models one hundred fifty dollars more and shipping begins on september twenty four the entry level ipad was also updated with the eighth thirteen bionic soc sixty four gigabytes vase storage and a twelve megapixel rear camera. It still costs three hundred twenty nine dollars and is also available for order now. Adobe plans to launch payment services for dobie commerce by the end of twenty twenty one letting customers natively receive payments on storefronts without a third party payment provider. Merchants will be able to accept credit and debit cards pay pal and then mo with support for pay pals pay later tools protocol sources say. Google plans to add free. Tv channels to google tv currently in talks with several free ad supported streaming television channels on chrome kassy's would reportedly appear in a dedicated live tv menu and presented alongside over the air programming on smart. Tv's google could have deals in place to begin streaming this fall but may way to launch the feature with smart tv partners in twenty twenty to the us. Federal trade commission voted three. To two that health apps are subject to a rule requiring reporting of data breaches this folk clarifies that the two thousand nine health breach notification rule applies to these apps which requires vendors handling health records to notify consumers of unauthorized access and english inventors. Sir clive saint clair passed away. At the age of eighty-one sinclair was the inventor of zedek series of computers which in nineteen eighty was the. uk's first mass-market home computer for less than a hundred pounds. He was also an inventor of electric vehicles releasing the sinclair c five electric vehicle in one thousand nine hundred five and the sinclair psych electric bike in one thousand nine hundred ninety two for more discussion on the tech news of the day subscribed the daily tech new show a daily tech news. Show dot com. Where you can also find the show notes and links to every heaven. Please remember to rate and review daily tech headlines on your podcast service of choice from everyone here daily tech headlines. Thanks for listening. Sometimes directions can create leaders. Not just follow us. The e y microsoft tech directions podcast offers a direct route to the summit on ideas for leadership around digital and tech in the next episode microsoft's global head of ai solutions stella sola and e wise data and ai leader for the americas hugh. Bergen look at ai embassy. Suite e. y. Microsoft tech directions. Podcast is out now. Listen wherever you get your podcasts..

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"zedek" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

07:18 min | Last month

"zedek" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Sometimes directions can create leaders. Not just follow us. If you want to know the right way. Ask someone who's already been on that journey. The e. y. And microsoft tech directions. Podcast combines our knowledge to find the direct route to the summit on ideas for leadership around digital and tech in each episode. We explore the subjects. That matter to help you find your way to a better working world. The e. y. Into microsoft tech directions. Podcast is out now download today for more. You get your podcasts. And you're on your way to the top jen cutter and welcome to daily tech headlines. We can review on monday apple. Release security updates for every mac apple. Watch iphone and ipad apple credits. Researchers from the university of toronto citizen lab for finding zero click vulnerability. And i message that was allegedly used by nso group to place pegasus spyware on an activist phone. Xiaomi plans to launch their own smart glasses to challenge facebook's rayban stories powered by a quad core arm processor and running android. The device will take photos with a five megapixel camera and also display notifications messages provide navigation translate texts in real time and even make calls with the wearables built in mike and speakers. All this is expected to weigh fifty one grams slightly heavier than facebook's mark losses and no price or release date has been announced epoch. Games announced. It will appeal. Us district judge yvonne gonzalez rogers final judgment in the epic versus apple lawsuit which largely ruled with apple in the case. The appellate court is expected to rule on the judge's definition of the market issue which she defined differently from both companies and possibly clarify the language of the injunction requiring apple to allow links to alternative payment options apple said it still evaluating whether to launch. Its own appeal of the injunction. Microsoft confirmed the consumer version of office. Twenty twenty one will be released on october. Fifth the same day as windows eleven. This is the pay one single license version of office rather than an office. Three sixty five subscription. The company also announced that office long term servicing channel designed for commercial customers who cannot update software frequently is now generally available on windows and mac. Os nintendo added bluetooth audio support to the switch in a new software update now supporting using bluetooth headphones to listen to console audio. The switch can only use two wireless controllers when using bluetooth. Audio and bluetooth microphones remain unsupported with the release version. Fourteen of the unocal standard. We get thirty. Seven new emoji among the additions are biting lip troll saluting face pregnant person heart hands and support for mick skin tone for handshake apple announced the iphone. Thirteen thirteen many and thirteen pro. All with the new eighth fifteen bionic. Soc start with a base one hundred twenty eight gigabytes of storage get better battery life than last gen and support. Dual sim and e set. The pro adds a one hundred and twenty hertz promotion display and refreshes all three cameras with brighter lenses and a telephoto. The thirteen and thirteen mini get a brighter screen and refreshed cameras with optical image stabilization on the main camera. All models get cinematic mode for video which can change focus after recording the mini starts at six hundred ninety nine dollars the thirteen at seven hundred ninety nine dollars pro at nine hundred ninety nine dollars and pro max at one thousand ninety nine dollars. Preorder are open now and shipping begins on september twenty fourth. The apple watch series. Seven starts at three hundred. Ninety nine dollars offers a larger display within embezzles and faster charging able to get eight hours of life out of an eight minute charge. It's also more durable with ip six x water indus- rating and a fifty percent thicker curved crystal face. There's no firm release date for the apple watch series seven other than this fall and apple updated. The ipad mini with the larger eight point. Three inch screen the new eighth fifteen bionic. Soc a usb port touch. Id support twelve megapixel camera on the front and back and support for the magnetically attached. Second gen apple pencil. Priorities are open starting at four hundred ninety nine dollars with five g. models one hundred fifty dollars more and shipping begins on september twenty four the entry level ipad was also updated with the eighth thirteen bionic soc sixty four gigabytes vase storage and a twelve megapixel rear camera. It still costs three hundred twenty nine dollars and is also available for order now. Adobe plans to launch payment services for dobie commerce by the end of twenty twenty one letting customers natively receive payments on storefronts without a third party payment provider. Merchants will be able to accept credit and debit cards pay pal and then mo with support for pay pals pay later tools protocol sources say. Google plans to add free. Tv channels to google tv currently in talks with several free ad supported streaming television channels on a chrome kassy's would reportedly appear in a dedicated. Live tv menu and presented alongside over the air programming on smart tv's. Google could have deals in place to begin streaming this fall but may way to launch the feature with smart tv partners in twenty twenty to the us. Federal trade commission voted three. To two that health apps are subject to a rule requiring reporting of data breaches this folk clarifies that the two thousand nine health breach notification rule applies to these apps which requires vendors handling health records to notify consumers of unauthorized access and english inventor. Sir clive saint. Clair passed away. At the age of eighty-one sinclair was the inventor of zedek series of computers which in nineteen eighty was the uk's first mass-market home computer for less than a hundred pounds. He was also an inventor of electric vehicles releasing the sinclair c five electric vehicle in one thousand nine hundred five and the sinclair psych electric bike in one thousand nine hundred ninety two for more discussion on the tech news of the day subscribed the daily tech news show at daily tech news. Show dot com. Where you can also find the show notes and links to every heaven. Please remember to rate and review daily tech headlines on your podcast service of choice from everyone here daily tech headlines. Thanks for listening. Sometimes directions can create leaders. Not just follow us. The e y microsoft tech directions podcast offers a direct route to the summit on ideas for leadership around digital and tech in the next episode microsoft's global head of ai solutions stellar solar. Andy wise data and ai leader for the americas hugh. Bergen look at ai for c. suite e. y. Microsoft tech directions. Podcast is out now. Listen wherever you get your podcasts..

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"zedek" Discussed on The Bible Recap

The Bible Recap

06:36 min | 2 months ago

"zedek" Discussed on The Bible Recap

"Today. We finished our twenty fifth and twenty six books of the bible. I'm giving you a high five in my head. Between those two books. We read about the last five kings of judah these five kings are often lumped together because they are the final. Turning point for judah. Joe cy was the last good king and he was a really good one but then all we have after him. Are these four bad kings. There are a lot of j. names in today's reading but as always it's not as important that you remember their names as it is that you see god in these stories. But speaking of jay's some of them are apparently pronounced like a why so. I'm going to give that my best shot. After joe side is is son jehovah has takes the throne. We read about him briefly on day to seventeen. He's barely a blip on the radar because he only rains for three months before the egyptian pharaoh nico who killed his dad joe cya captures him and carts off to egypt where he dies in captivity. Now we're down to three markings. At the time egypt is dominating judah phero nico appoints their new king and even changes his name from eliakim to your hoya kim then nico demands that judah act as a vassal nation to egypt. We've talked about these vassal relationships before where a weaker nation pays money or tribute to a stronger nation for protection that they're often just being protected from the nation. They're paying kind of like the mafia. But then babylon shows up on the scene and dominates both judah and egypt an egypt goes home with its tail between its legs then judah becomes a vassal of babylon but at some point they rebel and babylon turns up the heat. They take him captive along with a lot of the holy vessels from the temple. And now we're down to two markings next on deck. Is your hoya kim sun. You hoya chin not confusing it. All right for the sake of clarity. I'm going to nickname them. Kim and chin after kim dies. Chen is only on the throne for three months. Before babylon comes into besiege jerusalem. He decided to surrender to babylon so they make him a prisoner and they also take the opportunity to destroy a bunch of his stuff as well as some of the vessels of the temple remember back to king has a kaya in second kings twenty. He's the one who got sick and got better and then was showing off all the stuff in his kingdom and isaiah was like you did what at some point. They're going to carry all that stuff away. Well this is that point. This is exactly what isaiah prophesied would happen while chin is in prison. The king of babylon appoints a new king for judah which is our one remaining king he appoints madonia. But as we've seen whenever other nations appoint a new king they tend to change the king's name so this time they're like mad anaya. What kind of name is that. Let's go with zedekiah and as you know that aci with z. is judas final king jeremiah. Prophesied is a lot of tough stuff. During zedek is rain and said keeps blowing up his phone asking for more updates but jeremiah's like there is no update. This is god's word to you and it's not going to change so you can stop hitting refresh. I'm not twitter. But said doesn't ever listen. And not only does babylon destroyed jerusalem just like jeremiah prophesied but said dies a prolonged painful death. Babylon also kills a lot of the other leaders of judah and steals more treasure from the temple only a few people remain in the land at this point and since babylon has defeated judah. They don't have any reason to set up a new king. So they just appoint a governor to watch over things locally. Yesterday we met the guy they appointed get eliah are reading. Yesterday ended with his military leaders. Warning him about a plot to murder him but he dismissed it as ally today. We saw that. It wasn't a lie just like they warned. Get ally and jeremiah forty. Some of his trusted inner circle murdered him. Today we saw jerusalem's fall and destruction but are reading ended with a reminder that god already has his sights set on restoration the final verses of second chronicles point s to king cyrus of persia. Who doesn't know god yet. God appoints him to head up the rebuilding of the temple. I have been so excited to tell you about. My god shot today. It's one of my favorite passages in scripture in second kings twenty-five versus twenty seven to thirty we follow up with the story on qingcheng. You hoya chin. He's the guy who surrendered babylon as soon as things got tough. He's been imprisoned there under the reign of king nebi but today nebi dies and a new king takes thrown in babylon. His name is evil. Merida not a great name but he showed me a beautiful picture of who god is today. Here's what the text says. Evil murdoch king of babylon in the year that he began to reign graciously freed you hawaiian king of judah from prison and he spoke kindly to him and gave him a seat above the seats of the kings. Who were with him in babylon so you hoya. Chen put off his prison garments. An everyday of his life. He dined regularly at the kings table and for his allowance. A regular allowance was given him by the king according to his daily needs as long as he lived you guys. This is our life story. This is exactly what god does for his kids. He graciously frees us. He speaks kindly to us. He seats us at his table. He provides for us daily according to our needs as long as we live. This is the gospel you hoya chin was an enemy king to babylon and bad king by god's standards but he gets to experience freedom and provision and protection. I can't get over this verse. So you hoya chin put off his prison garments and every day of his life. He dined to regularly at the kings table. He took my prison garments my orange jumpsuit and clothed me in robes of righteousness and seated me at his table. I am a prisoner set free dining with the king. This is it. You guys ease where the joy is tomorrow. We'll be reading the book of back. It's three chapters long relinking too short video overview in the show notes that will help set you up for success with our new book so check it out. It's seven minutes long. Okay bible readers. It's time for our weekly check in. how're you doing. What have you learned this week. Spend some time thinking about those things. You've learned so far. Reflect on the attributes of god's character that you've seen and if this week felt confusing and you felt like you had more questions than god shots that's okay ask him to give you wisdom and an increasing desire to know him more. That's a prayer. He loves to answer with a yes. 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"zedek" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

05:17 min | 3 months ago

"zedek" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"That's right. everybody is eight. Another episode of the final fantasy seven remake podcast on post. Show recaps talk in chapters thirteen fourteen and fifteen today. I'm josh wigmore. I'm joined here by brooklyn's ed pull up champion. That's right down to tant. we did it. Oh my god So much has happened in this latest episode. So little time yet. We're doing some binge recordings at night. Because i will be away in a few weeks so we wanted to make sure that we get your all squared away. Get it square layer. Squaring away Before i get out of here so that we can go uninterrupted through the end of the game. So we're actually recording this on sunday sunday evening july twenty fifth twenty twenty one About an hour and twenty minutes before record patrol by the way Suzeta are going to be hanging out with each other for the next four hours wrongly alone And yeah that's what. This is like a seventy two hours or something like that after we podcast did about the last a little bit of fm seven remake. And you did all three of these chapters one of which is like the side quest chapter tabby my friend. This is a lot was solid hours of game. Play this yeah. You're crushed it. Yeah you did it. You did the stuff I'm i'm immensely proud of you. This is also We are recording these words about what. Let's just get the time stamp on this A little Forty nine minutes. Since zedek tweeted the following. I may have accidentally said i may have accidentally tweeted my way into podcasting a year ago. But i think it's twenty twenty one round howard set a goal of turning me into a purple aired version of himself and today. I'm recording three podcasts. And played beat gives for six hours. So i guess he did it. Yeah mission accomplished now. It's my turn to stay The exactly hill. Yeah we made it Were loving this. I don't know if this is best life but it's the one that we've got is the live we got. Yup that's it that's it said how you doing..

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"zedek" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

07:38 min | 3 months ago

"zedek" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"That is provided by strong cryptography morals that blockchain restaurant and that's why we have confidence that we have and everything that we built so far it's a dissolution of power to out to the old people so all people have this ability to completely hide secrets from each other and that gives a certain equality to the world and a a fair playing field on which people can interact with each other. The moment you concentrate powerful abilities like that in the hands of few people. That's where you get the corruption three get a lot of the harmon devastation. This why again. I don't like taxation because it starts to pull in collect resources into a group that has all the weapons all violence and other resources. And i don't care how how good the intentions are. That's gonna lead to a lot of gretchen. And yes my Caddishness is hitting agree couples. Like a real cat because we hilarious. If it was like a timer that he headed his foot. That was like it's time guys and has been a a lengthy interview always raid interviews We do have a couple trademark questions that we ask and in Will agai gate is Airborne him or her voice. Our guy scott guyot's zedek boy. Okay yeah let's start with the first one is what you do actually difficult and however you want to interpret that yeah. I think what i do is difficult. I feel a little like. I think it's difficult things. That are more difficult than me for sure. And it doesn't mean that. I'm good at the difficult thing but yeah i think what i do is difficult. Nice there's only one person that's like no easy job in the world. The job was that. What was that person doing. I don't remember on a was rising and look back to you. Mail Allow this question Evolving so much but in ten words or less. Can you describe dow yeah A dow is a decentralized economic organization. Just need three eight. Dow is even if we were. Yeah all right. Well thank you for your time. Is there anything else that like you feel. We should have asked. You have liked to have talked about that. We didn't know this was a good conversation. I like getting into the philosophical stuff. I would just say like anyone listening. She'd go check if they're eligible for airdrop could achieve dot com description. Can find me on twitter at eric where he's and happy to be on the show thankfully one last thing. I'd be a bud if i didn't say but jet black from discord said. Thank you for the fox. He's old i guess he's been against. He's been the shapeshifts for very long time. You have to be in our slack. And he's a fan of the show and he wanted to say thank you so sounds like martha. Yeah super happy. She served airdrop the by the way. Something that came up that daniel caught before you came in the first vote is happening in the discord. Is that correct. Talk about that. For a second. Yeah the first vote is this guy. Offered to make ten teased to commemorate the i ten governance items that passed the shapes of doubt which is kind of a cool way to commemorate it. So it's vote to pay him. I think twelve thousand fox. Total twelve hundred bucks per token might be sixteen thousand and he will issue the token to the creator of the first of the ten proposals. The pass okay. Well has been as kind of a cool idea. Go to vote for it. The discord and vote then. Hey you do you like chips like do you really like trips. Where to the point where you're eating chips so much that you look around and there's crumbs and you're like hookah those crumbs there. Did i put those there. And i'm and i'm here to tell you. Yes yes you did because you chips and if you like cheetos especially flaming hot cheetos then. You should tell people to subscribe to this channel. The bitcoin podcast because one out of a thousand. That's where we get thousand subscribers. One of them is going to get a hundred bags at cheetos. Flaming hot cheetos baby. Thanks yourself how. How many cheetos is that. I'm here to tell you. it's like a million calories. If you ate it all you would most definitely not be healthy. But we're going to send it to you because flaming hot cheetos are amazing. So that's right. Share this around. Get us two thousand subscribers. We'd like to have a thousand subscribers. If we had a thousand subscribers that means one of those thousands of drivers is getting a hundred bags of flaming. Hot cheetos so you know. Do you guys do that. Youtube stuff enjoyable. It's got some commercials able af manscaping. Yeah yeah dot com. How about this a lot of things that cryptos doing well and mouthing is like there's a lot of things cryptos does well right now and it's all money may stuff right The it's weird to meet is trying to think of a world where like. Oh i've got. I've got these tokens that represents all of ford's gaylord 's and each token is a gaylord that ford owns and gaylord is a big car carries stuff. Yeah i didn't either. Well we didn't know what hotel tell in my opinion. That's all i've ever known. Gaylord is still nice hotel so you know you. You put a pallet and a box on a pallet and you put stuff in yourself a gaylord well dressed him gaylord hotels the first thing that pops up. So we'll see how this is. What is the gaylord. The norman norman french origin joyful or high-spirited gaylord box is basically a bulk. Sized corrugated box traditionally gaylord boxes are large or bulk size and allow for the ship products in the large single container or on appellate name gaylord of gaylord as evolved into a generic term for any pallet size box for bulk shipping of storage box. Whatever sure yeah had to watch gaylord for about ten hours straight. When i did a time study as a consultant. One time it was terrible. 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"zedek" Discussed on Health Hats, the Podcast

Health Hats, the Podcast

07:34 min | 6 months ago

"zedek" Discussed on Health Hats, the Podcast

"We may get there eventually. But for now i think there are a lot of people who either make decisions very casually. Think about it very much. Who genuinely want to consume information responsibly. Arched or where to trust. Who are overwhelmed. All of my friends and family who email me and say joy is this true. Can you check this from me year. Is this an okay source of they wanna know but it's it can be genuinely quite difficult to tell what the source of information hasn't whether it's credible so if your audience is journalists and teachers and their audience is consumers how for those people who are susceptible to learning more about trust and their self awareness of how they trust. What are the guide posts of that. Our work is based on a foundation of transparency and engagement so transparency is how do you pull back the curtain on your vacations and your processes and your decision making it away that builds credibility and engagement is. How do you join conversations about your work to offer counter narrative about all that starts with understanding audience feedback and mis perceptions in this assumption. So you notice that your audience thinks that you make decisions based on money that obviously you must cover stories that will make you a bunch of money. You're gonna sensationalized stories in had newsrooms korean from people saying you're sensationalizing the pandemic because it drives ratings will what is your counter narrative. So news director comes back with a message that says actually the local business market is really struggling because of kobe. Bad affects our advertising and our income down this month so we don't have a financial incentive to a counter narrative that is educating people. How you operate so we talk about. What is it people. Think about your work. And what do you wish they knew about your work. And how do you. How do you take time and build into your process journalists. What it means to tell that story. You have ethics out. Interesting is your ethics policy published. What does it cover. And how do you draw attention to it. You link to it from stories where you reference it. Do you talk about it on air. Do you put it in your email newsletters or do you hope that buried on your website somewhere that people find it and take the time to consume it and understand how it relates your day to day decisions which is like a microscopic number of people right either. The people who love you hate you probably not busy people just wondering how to decide what you when they get their facebook feed and your headline. Is there whether it's reputable this business of self awareness like that to me. I don't know why but that really hooks me first of all in away self awareness. It's just it's about listening and this case to yourself and when you're talking about this news manager that's somebody who's listening to the consumers of news right. That's hard to do you're busy. Yeah and energy that particular means director actually and about how he makes time for engagement and he says basically that he doesn't understand why he would be in business if he didn't make time for it and that sunday's that's mostly what he does. That is if you want. Stay in business. Isn't it worth your time to defend your reputation. The news the local news businesses not in great financial shape. They need to be worried about keeping audience. Not losing it and if you're losing audience because of some basic misperceptions people don't know why there would be a paywall on these sites. People will leave comments saying you're so greedy doesn't advertising pay the bills. Why do you. Why can't why are you even sharing the story if i can't read it. Do you have a counter. narrative about what percentage of your budget comes from community support. Why you rely on. And how many local people employ. What would happen if you didn't do it. The fact that people get five free articles among free so they must care about local news. If they've reached the paywall right all these things you can say in responding and so you can either see the conversation to your critics and let them attack your integrity in the comments on your hosting you can see it to your credit or you can show up with a counter narrative and be part of the conversation. Correct the record. Don't let them have the last word about your integrity. Another thing that that was important to me in my development in terms of understanding was that there was a difference between factual and trustworthy. And since i'm involved a lot in the research community i realized that there's very little that's factual compared to commentary. What does what do the facts mean. There's more of it. There's more about what what do the numbers what does the with. Somebody is laying out is a fat. What does it mean. What's their interpretation of it. There are people who don't trust facts by sodium. Is this level on my phone. Sodium one hundred thirty eight okay. But that by itself doesn't really mean anything to me. It's zedek good number a bad number. So then that's pinon that's interpretation but so how does that fit in this trying to manage it sometimes interpretation or opinion and it's sometimes just context like four people of your age weight or whatever it and otherwise other health conditions. Let's put that sodium number in context. It's not your doctor in helping you interpret. That is not just issuing an opinion about whether it's good or bad. She is trying to help you understand where it fits in what it might mean so same things. To in journalism. There are lots of ways to lie with facts so lots of ways to say here is how many people are coming across the border and let people draw conclusions that if they lack the knowledge to say. Oh there's always a search this time of year or that was because of this. Bill signed by this administration or something then. It can be irresponsible to put information out if people might draw their conclusion and putting it choosing how to put it into context is absolutely matter judgments. i think it might be oversimplifying. Say it's a matter of a. I think that whether you have a goal of informing people persuading people as the real difference. Every journalist has their own expertise their own perspective on the world. And there's no way to separate us from who we are as human beings and so absolutely you're getting something of people's humanity as they make decisions what to cover and how to cover it. But i do think. There's a difference between contextualising information and opining on it with the goal of persuading people to think a certain way that makes sense. Yeah with the sodium. it could be. What was it yesterday or last year. And what is it now. So it's a difference. It's not just a point in time it could be a continuum and so then it's means something different when you look at where it's headed or the direction it's going or whatever so your doctor just extend the analogy if she wants you to really walk away from that interaction having learned something. She's going to anticipate ask you questions. Enough know what assumptions you might jump to about sodium number. She might be thinking. We'll test it again next year because it's never been high before it's probably no big deal and you could walk away going. Oh my gosh. i'm going to die. My name is high. And that's where.

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"zedek" Discussed on The Impossible Mission Omni-Feed!

The Impossible Mission Omni-Feed!

04:51 min | 9 months ago

"zedek" Discussed on The Impossible Mission Omni-Feed!

"Yes when you talk about movies. Movies had a great deal of problems. Because when you go back to school pre s sixties. The didn't keep all the films. Does all sorts of examples of lost films was all sorts of films which are beyond repair. And they're in. Somebody's basement that they original master prince and also higgledy-piggledy not was a of prey movies taken an interest in rest. What's the word. I'm looking for restoration. it's prosperity is making chew. You've got all of these things a priority. Yeah video games. Aren't that much like movies. Aren't because you know there was a big fire about the fact. that scott pilgrim was deleted. It's been recently. It's going to be Reinstated anytime pta was deleted on the whim of the developers yet. to where. where's where's the prosperity floors games just saw of deleted on an indoor existent nima and that's why one compatible on that level a modest on that level i mean. It's one of the reasons i you know. I have this constant complaint. I bemoan the fact that when people talk about gaming june the eighties and nineties. They only have talked about console gaming They forget that there was the commodore sixty. Four from this is probably. Isn't it low. i will. I will flog that horse until people sit up and take notice that there was an entire section of video games from that era people blatantly ignored. An even now still gets ignored. And there're some classic games from youtube put that heart is going to look like Cheeses guy from russia. The christ by the end of it. You're going to be. It's going to be a red flag thing for it'll be it'll be a holy thing. He's here's the here's the point right. His point there is nowhere now where i can go back and play any games from zedek spectrum while the commodore amiga commodore sixty fall short of getting one of those coming up sixty four many things all finding the cassettes on ebay buying a commodore sixty four all illegal. And but the thing is where west. Those rum's there is no actual kind of legal. I i use the term loosely way. Oh there's no archive of these things. And i would love it if someone like microsoft. All sony said you know what we're going to start releasing old amiga games as kind of this cultural This video games archive thing when the should do that anyway. That changes be moved. Changes begin museums. The should do that anyway. But you see what i mean. Everything is so hidebound and kind of cliquey and it noise me but the thing is when you turn it on over mediums you turn the mid behavior of the video game industry on over mediums and you realize how bloody stupid video games really are. Just just and book is seven years old. Okay the book now any more you have to go really hard to find it and it basically been deleted off the shop shelves all plays new using the buck analogy. That's been used for other aspects video game industry stupidity movies sam movies amount seven years old. If if that was the case right you'd have like the first three years of and the mcu which people saw fund of when exist anymore. I'm a short memory using your book example on in the whole aspect of Dlc and stuff like that wouldn't exist it doesn't exist in publishing didn't exist in movies you you know when you buy blu ray of movie you get that movie. Don't buy bits of the move. Well you don't have to buy extra fitna movie as as downloadable and dea now but you have preorder bonuses where people try to get the first prince.

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"zedek" Discussed on Hogsmen Podcast presents Talk To The Hog

Hogsmen Podcast presents Talk To The Hog

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"zedek" Discussed on Hogsmen Podcast presents Talk To The Hog

"Know and I remember. I said john zedek from combat zone. A vhs. Tape highlight reel hell. Yeah yeah with myself. An dragging myself in spanky brand kendrick Myself in A couple of others stuff like that and he wanted me out there and the thing the thing is is like when i went out there there was a lot of guys maybe with the exception of low key and homicide and a couple of others that were trying to do a certain style and it was your sloppy so when i went out there and when dragon went out there we gave them the south. I was supposed to happen in philly. But nobody could do more than we're trying to emulate you know what i mean and that was like the american like a quote unquote strong style. You see what. I mean so after all that happened and everything like that it was. It was just crazy. Everything kinda just skyrocketed at all for that because they wouldn't me back before they did dragon. You know what. I mean and think i also think you know Having a relationship with a messiah like a good friendship with messiah in the backseat boyz Divert our transit and and giant kashmir and adam flash and all these guys that that kinda helped me solidify my spot out there. So you're talking about sloppy you're sitting there trying to trying to do a certain style. Commit to a certain style with their little sloppy. I would never say that to people. But like that's what the promoter was telling rey right but we're and we're not naming names. Did you see that as well The heart was there. The intent was there. Yes so mike. And i were talking yesterday in our on our car. You never talk. What are you talking about right. Mike never talk. that's why he has a funny is. Everyone looks at might might never know. He's the foyer new. He'll talk you out he to me every episode has got to get him on a car writer when he's just on. Yeah so so I feel like it's almost the opposite. Now everything is to produced. Everything is too polished. Almost like i was saying. Like i feel bad because you know my style is very basic. N- obviously And then there you guys can go. You guys can do tons of shit. But i feel bad because i'll see some stuff with these guys post. I check this shit out from last night and like it's super spotty. Yeah but i'm like damn do that. Look like it looked very fake. It looked very rehearsed. It looked like you practice that for an hour and a half before he got in the ring. And like there's a place for that and people you know. I can understand why people have..

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"zedek" Discussed on DeaconLive

DeaconLive

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"zedek" Discussed on DeaconLive

"That's up tiger tiger king a tire kingdom always say that and and Oh, they should do. They should do a movie they should do whatever they should do a series. They should do something that we want more. We want more joe exotic, and then they brought back a small one at one time one off episode with Joe McHale he talks to the actual people after the show you know because they record the show like two years ago a year and a half ago they talked to. All the characters that were on the show and You know what's his name got brand new teeth and he's not gaining more. He's he's dating some cashier that was at the place will step up I guess the other guy I was working for auto mechanic. Another guy got sober tiger Joe, exotic still in jail and the girl or whatever didn't she didn't think she declined the interviews but now everyone's Oh they should do a movie they add now you ask and you shall receive Joe Exotic. It's official Joe Exotic starring Kate mckinney from Saturday night live. She's the where she was a weird one in the homestead stormtroopers ghostbusters remake she was the weird nerdy one and the ghostbusters remake she is now been cast to do. Carol Baskin and listen this starring Kate McKinnon is Carol. Baskin has been formally ordered to series, and we'll Ariza cross platform venture on NBC, USA Network and Streamer Peacock the rollout for the series starring McKinnon is an example of how moving forward NBC universal is trying to optimize its portfolio and get the most eyeballs on programming and increasingly cluttered landscape a premier date for eight episode drama has not Yet been determined also unclear as just held across platform rollout will work the limited series titled Joe Exotic Based on the wondering podcast of the same name Role Joke Zedek who America got to know the wildly popular Netflix's Docu series tiger king has not yet been cast for this limited series. Nicholas. Cage will play the part in a different scripted series. The drama series starring McKenna's Baskin is based on. True events following the big cat enthusiast as she learns that fellow Exotic Animal Lover Joe Exotic is breeding and using his big cats for profit. So she sets out to shutdown his venture inciting quickly escalating rivalry that carol has a checkered past ever own very goal. So the bringing back. Joe. Exotic to do little eight eight part series so I guess they're going to walk through fictionally based I'll. Shut up based on stuff that they uncovered during the the taping of the Joe Exotic thing. So they're going to do a fictitious they're gonNA write a script. Hey, you know and it's going to be a not a mock you series machi memory, but it's going to be a reenactment I. Guess is what it is. So that's coming out. Let's see what is this essay see her kingdom seen. No doesn't say what is coming out but keep it keep your eyes and ears peeled for that on NBC USA and the Peacock, the new network. That's the live streaming series that they have on NBC universal all right. On that no. Let you guys get back to what you gotta do. Each..

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"zedek" Discussed on A Touch of Grey

A Touch of Grey

07:52 min | 1 year ago

"zedek" Discussed on A Touch of Grey

"Continuing now with touch of grey, the talk show for grownups here again is the host and founder of our program Carol Marks in conversation with Dr Steven Kuzin and what you what you get to know and you get awful lot In your broken talking about something else that is really bobbies a lot of people and that's the price of of drugs and there is direct to consumer. Advertising and I thought we discussed something that you wrote about in your book that really stuck with me that was about perversion. which is a medication derived from jellyfish clangs improve your memory. And it's all over TV and radio. Wise that who actually did the affection his studies? four and two. So called memory drug. First thing to be a and that's a great question. The first thing that the aware of his. Who ran the test? In this case, it's a company that makes the drug. And the results of those tests for negative. And so what the company did, they took little tiny subjects they tried to ice right little tiny groups of people. To See if selected groups there might be some effect. And those your sexual but no one considers that to be reliable actionable. Or something that A. Consumer can count on. Trevor Gin to me. Claims it improves memory. It doesn't. It's illegal prevalent to make claims. and. In fact, it's being sued by Truth and advertising. Because of the fact, they make these because what scares people more than developing Alzheimer's or another type of dimension I'm scared my mom had. Me To get. Oh Yeah. I mean look I mean it's a now they have a new state of commercials which employs another terrible terrible thing that is generally considered to be. Unethical they take individual patients who are giving their individual testimonials regarding out provident health them, what a waste of time. Medicine that helps people you're not gonNA know it by one person's example, and in fact, one person who stays at helps them this. Medicine has to show affected this. On a population wide basis and individual testimonies not scientific. Then not supported by the ethics and by data and it's destructive and I find it. In fact, when the commercials and Television which I'm bunching Moi during this pandemic. I just knew it. Because I can't I can't stand watching it because it's so deceptive and it's so appealing to so many people. Cleverly. I'm with people end up in the hospital through the project. She. Well, don't get to something that I said I was GonNa talk to you about earlier, and that's the amazing information in your book of. Last chapter because you have a huge section. Of Publications. which many doctors us and most patients don't know about. which rates best screening tests that provide the most honest and useful information. So. What are some of them and and entourage and? Free. Understand one of them is very much based international charity. The Commonwealth nations. The National Health Service currently during this pandemic is so popular in the Commonwealth basis that people are just praising them. They're they're. Sending in the tributes money neither. I'm healthier the United States the first responders now getting the justifiable praise they deserve. But in Britain and that's health services walk, they have resources that are free. The British medical. Journal Lancet most of their articles are free and the thing not free at least the abstract is free and so you can get a good idea by going to factor saying I read in The Lancet. About diabetes in the first drug to try and why am I getting this was that when that form is the standard of care? Because you see those Zedek commercials, a lot of people see those commercials and say, that's the one I'm GonNa ask for when it's time for maybe get on therapy. When the reality. metformin is the one that most physicians start and has the longest surface track record. So. The Land of British, Medical Journal, even the United. States the Journal of the American. Medical Association Jama just type in Jama and many of the articles were free and all of them have a free abstract. For Complete Freedom of searching and totally free and a one stop shopping site for the MED page today. That's magic page today it's the daily newspaper, your doctor or at least should read. It has headlines if the day. That you guys needs to know and there's also a search. So, you have to do is type in the question or disease, and it'll search archives and come up with the most timely information. unbiased. Your doctors don't respect it. You could make a pretty good into not respecting your doctors. Some people as you buy subscription to journal that like you have. To be a couple of hundred bucks a year, and that's not nothing but it gives you access to about a dozen. Full text articles, educational material videos and things like that. The only way to be part of the equations present yourself to your provider in a way that shows your player. In a way that shows you. The issues in a way that means that not only is it important for a consumer to right excuse me to ask the right questions. Is Important to know the answers before you ask a question and know that this great range of correct answers and so if it was just asking the right question, a physician before provider is your answer. That's not sure decision making. Decision Making is knowing the range of correct answers and working together with your provider to find out the one that's right you and sometimes doing nothing right as many problems. Look for example, if I may just for a moment. During this pandemic. There's no elective care. And, the questions now electric cares then helping dummy people by. The hospitals going broke. And that's because medical care. 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"zedek" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"zedek" Discussed on Pantheon

"Sort of like. Jesus Christ superstar, but if it was only about the followers. I think palace said that those other rock operas like Jesus, Christ, superstar, and what's the One? God spell got smell. That's right. He thought that those were just sort of watered down, and he wanted like a real message to go out who? Palace sorry, along with a few others moved to Vancouver, island in Canada, and formed a new commune called Highway Missionary Society. The sheep were no more, but a new band was started called servants. They put out six albums and were known for two things number one. They were the first Christian rock band to use a laser light show. Oh that was them. And number two. They gave Petra their start. A psych. Put you in the Rock Hall of fame right there. Pal Asari continued in the Christian rock music industry, starting another record label promoting bands like the news, boys and White Cross and narrating a documentary about Lonnie Frisbee who's one of the most well known in earliest of the Jesus Freak Flyers. Perhaps there was no one single cult leader that intrigued us more than the man known as Zen Dick. He truly is an irresistible force. Lawrence Wolfing Was Born in El Paso Texas in nineteen twenty, but mostly grew up in Los Angeles. His father was a golden gloves, boxer and an opera singer and his mother was a bookie. By the time he reached thirty two will hang had already spent time building hot rods, flying small engine planes running a nightclub where he also sometimes sat in on drums for jazz bands. And joined the family business as a bookie himself. Wolfing slowed his pace and began writing. At first it was mostly Beatnik poetry and lyrics he'd spent time at coffeehouses, hanging out with other artists, and in nineteen, fifty seven, he and his. Girlfriend moved to Paris. It was there that he was introduced to Jen's Bergen. Some other also ran beat writers. While in France, he wrote a quest among the bewildered, which was a memoir because who doesn't want a memoir about a writer that no one's ever heard of. From Paris wilfing studied with an Ninh who encouraged him to hold off on the memoir and start working on a novel instead, it would be much more marketable. For nearly a decade spent in Spain wolfing worked on his novel called Zen Dick, which was the name of the protagonist. Wolfing was very proud of his nine hundred page Tome and sent it off to publishers. When they all asked that edits. Be Made wolfing now. Calling himself Dick refused and withdrew it from publishing houses completely, he never tried to have it published again. Xenophobic move back to la where he met an aspiring actress name Carol Merson the two were smitten immediately with each other and stayed together for nearly forty years. In nineteen sixty nine, the two started Zantac Farm in artist Commun- designed for physical, psychic, psychological and Cultural Mavericks. Xenophobic already changed his name to Goof Zedek and Carol had dropped the sea in change hers to Aero Wolf. Clever. Lever. They. They're confused about what they. Are. They S.'s are the KS. I'm I'm with errol. There so on fusing. Can you please? Okay. It was on the farm. That ZANEX creativity really blossomed. He wrote poetry songs essays in even started back on his memoirs. He also painted and started playing music, even creating his own instruments, one of which was used for a lot of his recordings. It was called an Itar. Didn't like g you either apparently. Which is an eight stringed cross between a Sitar in a guitar. During this time in addition to releasing hundreds of hours of recorded monologues. He's woes Zedek, also started releasing albums. His best album. Strontium rain is frighteningly enchanting. Long Evil Sounding lyrics music with his voice more often, talking than singing, often playing Satanic Tremolo or haunting echoes. There was a black Sabbath undercurrent two pieces of it, but ZANEX music is much more interesting and experimental. Here's a clip of just such a track. The eleven minute strontium rain. The.

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"zedek" Discussed on G.I. Joe: A Real American Headcast

G.I. Joe: A Real American Headcast

06:32 min | 1 year ago

"zedek" Discussed on G.I. Joe: A Real American Headcast

"Jersey to live with me barracks. It stretches stretches credibility, even gi Joe. Yeah. Although I'm looking at the issue, now discounted marveling over the. The the where we said the cartoony aspect of it, and if if you have your issues in front of you, and for people listening at home, and look at page twenty, and you have firefly in Stroz tree, hitting the ground and sliding down the mountainside and dropping off a cliff, then if you turn to page twenty one, you have spirit returning to the campsite where it's clearly night, you can see the ink and everything. There's a fire lit and then page twenty two. detro- and firefly in the still falling out tall, is that mountain. Straight night. And if that's the case how they survived because that is a long fall. Now you're gonNA. Let your own out, too. Because another sign this is rushed. Is that last panel to? After the fall? district says and other survive to. They look off as if they see others. There's no others in the panel. There's no sign of others almost like you're supposed to be a maybe a plume of smoke from their. Something, but it just nothing there. I almost wonder if because. If. Springer was artist on the previous one as well as just. The previous issue is just so well. Well, written and I won't end, but also just. Will illustrated that. Took so much time on thirty, two or thirty one that when he hit three two. They're really up against the clock. Oh we got. Up because thirty, one is done by Rod Wingham. Okay. Yeah I completely. Don't know what the Hell and talk. something. Weird's going on on the editorial. Somebody just dropped the ball into. Oh wait wait. We're doing this monthly. Possibly Minute Notre quick. Notes on this. As we talked about not a candidate cover MOGAYON's any further. I do love the softness. Earned Just this whole, his whole Zen edgy about everything. Refer Display Spirit here is spirit iron nice. We talked about this last month. My question is if if it is a rights issue why the cartoon didn't seem to have that problem. Could. Not Mistake needs you for spirit? Unless, it was animation a nation. On the side of caution or something, yeah! I do you like house? Officer explains why he gives the guns back to Cobra. As he's pulled the bullets out of airborne is they have guns we do. They don't have them. It's a mystery. Another question for you jets, we find the page number real quick. On page. Cobra commander in the truck. On there this page Tim. Bottom left corner when d'artagnan jet get off the motorcycles and overcoming your. Own. Little Blind is Cobra commander filing his nails with now he's muttering checkers or something like either. Or some cheese, because I see a knife. In it looks like there's A. Caveat caviar yeah. Okay. That makes more sense. Because on panel file. I. Don't know spreading cracker. Yeah, how is he going to eat it? Because as we know from lights camera. It's not pleasant experience watching covert manner. EAT getting right in the face masks. Unless. He's got the up today at eight the four. That's hidden inside. Yeah. Talk. Remember! You had the little drink. Maybe should look to. Drink. y'All Cover commander strike me as the type of villain. Who would you caviar through a straw though? Just mess with people them go is eat low. It looks like he's got. It looks like he's got a bottle of wine or champagne a champagne glass. And then old school like Tia sorry. It's gotTa Zedek. Spectrum straight from England. Sweet. The crafter, even over now having problems now he's eating. That makes more sense than even look like he's finals. First Way's legs all proper. Funded Gloves. Hell branded office chairs though van. Oh very much. So one of those guys new office share, but you can judge how big a town is by how many exits earn it? Apparently Springfield has has thirty two exits, thirteen and fourteen. Free smaller town. Thoughts on this is. The whole billy supplies you talked about this whole thing leading up to him plenty on Shooting Cobra commander. Nothing I don't care. I don't know if I buy is soft master explaining how for died. I don't know if I buy that. Larry Hama the. Guy But let's. I don't know if I buy that. The fact that he was he, he realized that wouldn't solve anything to kill him, so he just died. I. Don't know about that. I do like lady. Jaye, and very catty, the scarlet, when they first meets introduction of Lady Jaye, and airborne. That was great. Such a big to do. What's questionable for scarlet? Say You know who the hell are. Restricted Yeah Lady Jaye. Calls or Toddrick? TAWDRY! And Real quick my final thought on this I liked that last Alaskan where he's like. You're not our debt. I am now. The.

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"zedek" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

09:29 min | 1 year ago

"zedek" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Ray on WBZ newsradio ten thirty very very quickly congratulate Anthony Zedek Attleboro hit thirty one the four back to the room this hour to the New England home show that will be from Friday March twentieth through Sunday March twenty second at the empower fieldhouse at patriot place in Foxborough sales visit New England home shows dot com congratulations Anthony let's get right back to calls and we gonna go to Mike in Rhode Island Mike procedure patients older than usual next and I talked about it Mike hello we're doing great Mike what's your thought on all of this we're talking about tonight all right here in the show since the beginning when it began I usually don't catch your show until the last hour because usually when I get off work as much as I wanted to call in before it couldn't because of being at work okay but I think it was a call or second to last hour that he mentioned about we should have a federal law that can charge did you guys for doing what he did however I'm not gonna say this thanks to the guy who caused the accident and killed those people but hello hello hello so it's got to be fair across the board so if I created the same law I'm going to be held responsible for protecting charge everyone else will be so if you go and do something like that and let's say grandpa goes to McDonald's and end up going to the McDonalds as you mentioned earlier what do you what what it on the flip side dishes yeah what did not get charged with manslaughter and yeah you you the line is breaking up a little bit Mike hopefully we can get get a better line here with you in a in a second but yeah the the point is that on things motor vehicle homicide that is area of state law and if you try to pass a federal statute which would say that it's illegal it's illegal alien or someone who is not a citizen would have would be charged with homicide vehicular homicide while a citizen would simply get the the civil traffic violation it would be all sorts of an equal protection arguments their due process arguments and I think that log if it would be to be passed to be very difficult to write that law would be a constitutional and so that's I I know I remember the call who suggested that but I think there would be serious constitutional barriers without what's frustrating is it seems to me that when in the state of Florida you can plow into a car going seventy miles an hour and you just heard the call it before us Rick from main point out that he had been stopped previously I'm assuming Rick recounted accurately what Todd Lyons the be I yeah I was waiting on a call at that time and I heard I heard that the last call away he said right so that the the only one about it the police are responsible well sure yeah I mean if if this guy had three warrants it but again I want to talk to Todd Lyons myself and hopefully we get him on tomorrow night we will have the U. S. attorney in the first hour tomorrow night into allowing I believe in you know I believe people are always trying to tell me the truth is they heard it and I'm sure that a rich sound like a pretty smart guy that he heard it correctly but I will be very happy but I can hear it from Todd Lyons and and follow up with some questions myself the problem is that Florida has this law which to me it seems crazy now the only thing I can think of is that Florida has a fairly high elderly population and it could be that they needed to turn the nation that legislatively okay an accident like this sometimes the actual like this causes the state legislature to renew the Ilorin and pass the struggle law which would apply to everybody citizens noncitizens immigrants legal and otherwise okay exactly and also on the immigration side just to be quick you you I was looking for a shuttle is my first time calling by the way a lot of first time callers than like a red head im immigration far I've heard a lot about the callers call in so I just want to be quick so one point is yes we have a big huge problem here in the United States to immigration no doubt about it but the problem is that a lot of people look at people crossing the border so you have the guy in the White House the president talking about building a wall building a wall building a wall well let's go back to the story that we just talked about this guy actually entered the country through an airport through through immigration at an airport and he'll be stated visa forty forty percent forty percent of the people I'm going to back you up here forty percent of the people who were in this country illegally are visa overstays exactly so I mean it's it's nice to talk about the wall against the wall of initial I'm a service member myself so I I get the part of defending the country but I've also been around stationed in different cities so I see things from a different perspective at times and my parents are are both immigrants so I mean I have a soft side and I have a hard side but did did your parents come here legally good luck Mike did your parents come home of course they did come here legally I wouldn't be in the military no no no no no but that's the point I'm trying to make but what I'm saying is I believe in immigration my grandparents my great grandparents came here as immigrants I believe in immigration I do believe in immigration but there has to be a distinction between immigration brings a lot and and immigration brings a lot like for the area that I mean a lot of immigrants including my parents came here they brought things from their country so you you get introduced to think about it and now it's been years so I introduction is there it's like Mexicans you know you're you're used to the Mexican food Chinese food Mike this is no argument what I'm saying is that you cannot you have to separate immigration legal immigration from illegal immigration I made the point earlier tonight you go to the bank can you make a withdrawal from your bank account at the ATM I go to that same bank that afternoon with the gun in the mask I make a withdrawal they call it bank robbery they both withdrawals of money but but French but the but to bring people here illegally hi there the point I make all the time when immigration question comes around and I always bring it up because people are always against illegal immigrants it's fine I'm not saying I'm not taking sides or what not I'm against illegal immigration go ahead I'm not totally fine that's totally fine I am too I mean I think parents are legal but I I totally get it however if you look at this country right now we're in the millennial age can you tell me one millennial that's going to work at a farm chicken fruits and vegetables or what not there's no millennial out there that's probably going to want that job badly so they have to bring the people in our understand you got to do it legally but this country has to open its doors yeah Mike this is the answer to that this is the answer to that we should have a program where people not only came in to pick lettuce in southern California or Texas blueberries in in in Maine if we need people to come in and pick products produce we bring him in and we give them credit for it so that if somebody has come in over a certain number of years they've almost burned eight eight a pass to commit illegally get your saying I mean if the lottery this is not brain surgery yeah why would you do that where are people that come here is a similar situation like if they come here the nurses but they all did hear a nurse and a nurse on a work visa but then after so much time they could actually apply and become a legal resident is safe so it's so we the person who picks produce also has a value to our economy to our society to our community we're all in you and I have Mike on the same page here I hope you listen more and more and more tonight so you but you realize we are on the same page okay but but I am in awe joy let alone as much as I can but I'm at work he started out very well you know you can listen listen bike to you we do podcast I get every hour of the show is posted at night side on demand dot com okay thank you thank you very much we appreciate your call okay very quick break here we we're gonna stick with this but I'm also going to have the numbers on the other side about the corona virus I had the latest numbers and I'm going to ask the question are we reacting appropriately I'll I'll phrase it that way Vincent and Cheryl we're we're gonna talk about what you want to talk about but we come back I'm going to give you the latest numbers on the coronavirus worldwide and I wanna get your reaction these because I think they're interesting coming back on my side side.

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Navigating the Dark Side of Astrology

Bridging Realities: An Accessible Astrology Podcast

08:43 min | 2 years ago

Navigating the Dark Side of Astrology

"This summer I had a very very important date that I was Indus set for an event in my life and what I wound up doing because I knew this was such an important date in an important event in and being an astrologer I think about these things I decided to dive into the world of predictable astrology or predictive astrology rather and before I get into the details of this topic and what I think is the dark side of astrology I wanNA make it very clear that individuals who practice this type of astrology I have huge respect for an individual's use it I think that if it works for you and is a positive experience for you go for it I however as a individual with a background in psychology and a in really eight deep in the studies of neuro psychology and how the brain actually functions and works and then ultimately perceives reality I have you come to learn that the site of astrology can be very unhealthy for a brain for a number of reasons so let me first explain the story so I was setting the date for this important event and so I went in I started learning a lot about election astrology and Zodiacal releasing again the individuals who use this I respect hugely and so that's why I went in and started to learn about it I was like okay let me let me get into this because my background is very much more about psychological astrology and when I look at charts looking more at your psychology your families ecology how that has shaped your perception of reality and so on and so as I delve into these two topics it was a very interesting study and because I am an Aquarius I went into this topic as a scientist and so I went back in my history and I wrote out really really bad odd moments or periods in my life and really positive periods and win I linked them up to these two tools to election all ends Michael Releasing election astrology that releasing to see does that did that work out were those challenging periods mirrored in my astray Elegy and where the positive periods and turns out they were and what became kind of intense following that was looking at the transits in the Zedek releasing periods to come and as I looked into those future events I got freaked out they can ally really really really freaked out about Oh God oh God this looks like it's not going to be a good period or that looks like it's going to be a good period and all that did was to very negative things for me one took me out of the present moment and as any buddy who has been studying the self help in psychology and spirituality we know that taking ourselves out of the present moment went will lead to suffering right that is the entire philosophy of the Buddhists for example right if we are popping ourselves into the past I or into the future we are not in the moment more missing the point or missing the point of life when we can't just be here present in the moment I think that is a really really really really important thing that we all have to really think about as we're studying astrology k the second thing about it the I found to be very challenging and dangerous is that I looked into the future and I planted seeds of fear into my psychology deep okay and this is how psychology works from what we know now we know now that as our thoughts let's and our feelings that create our reality these thoughts and feelings have been programmed into us to be fair into a very haunch place of our brain these thoughts and feelings could be from I was raised in a family with a lot of money and I know people with a lot of money I'm comfortable with people with a lot of money and this is my reality I grew up taking trips to Peres into Japan and to you know Asia and we're whatever right and that is comfortable and I've sat in First Class and I've been surrounded by people first class and I know that to be my reality I've met people in my life who will have exposed me to inherited money and maybe it's an ferreted thing in the family I'm part of some long history of successful oil tycoons or something like that right and so that psychology is going you see the world through that perspective in it's going to think and feel about the world through that perspective on the other hand let's see were raised an incredible poverty my and from that perspective we've only seen poverty we've been fighting for our food fighting for our shelter acting like there is no money in the world believing there is no money in the world all of the people around us will also believe that and keep feeding that the reality right because we think and feel that the world is not abundant right that you know life has been against us it's been against our ancestors it's been d Lee inherited that we have been against our we have been treated against and so we go into the world feeling that way right and so we start to income feel about poverty and feel that that's what we have that we are poor right and so you can take that scenario and you can feed it into literally every single story that's going to be about everything from relationships to work to friendships community etcetera etcetera etcetera those impressions that get planted onto our psychology in in our psychology in through our DNA literally will shit left and shape the way we see the world our thoughts and our feelings create reality okay this is so so oh so important for every single one of us to think about because it's true and if you can you can start to read some of the amazing people out there era of course I talk about Dr John Martini all the time he's fantastic Bruce Lipton the biology of belief and then Joe Dispenser Who's doing such a great job on social media getting his message out there because all of these guys are saying no no no your world is a reflection of your thoughts your perception of reality is your percents option that's it if you see the world as challenging there's a very good chance that the world will be challenging right and it's not just thinking so feeling right if you see that the world is abundant with opportunities and an amazing connections and amazing humans is a good chance you're next variance that more often right and so when we start to think about astrology because astrology Israel there's no way out of it there is no possibility that we can look at astrology in once we really get not believe in it right because win the winter comes we can predict that because of where the Earth is outer space in cycles and patterns and so on and so forth right and so because when we moved even to the winter we can't necessarily say are think and believe it's summer right unless we traveled to a nice location at that moment but when it's wintertime we can't think ourselves out of our feel ourselves out of the fact that it's very cold outside that is a strategy right so astrology does have in a strong Amee in nature does have profound effect on how we're seeing the world around us and this is the element of what we call co creation and how do we take the astrology and the astronomy information and link it and transmute it and transform it into the place of what we think and feel and use that in the most empowering way that we ultimately can

"zedek" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

The Agostinho Zinga Show

14:07 min | 2 years ago

"zedek" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

"Gay. Always has been always shit doesn't make any sense. It is regurgitating veteran motos and trying to, you know, set up to sneak as limited edition to get into q up. So they can use as Moncton material and justify of inflate, wages, whatever it is. Right. But this little shirt, I've seen them do homage to Berlin is incredibly weird and interesting, and I don't really know what what the point of the is. I saw something mentioned yesterday that supposed. This is a conversation with Honey bijon, the DJ bother them. Again, that doesn't make any sense to me in the press thinking of again, I don't really read what he's writing the articles cause he's usually anything of any sort of note for that monk. But let's see what about this collaboration. Here nike. Takes was a Nike takes a historic trip to Germany. We have a Nike AmEx one eight t b o end right fishing in spades. Shades of green pink underneath a gray mesh diffusion was created as I owed to the tradition of celebrate color by and Bristol song conception, which again run stand of and not so Commissioner Blackman green transparent white was unity of freedom across all Incapsula reminded the clubs miracle power again. The now they're gonna drop 'em exit twenty six of a March in the retailers. I followed by a wide release of guess, what they're gonna do whatever. Or they're going to again. It's just, you know, just if you're going to do this whole like community fostering thing just released them only in Berlin. They're going to reach the first. Later after why just do just have just have certain Clark lectures launch in location at them into launching. And then that's it. And then that way you can actually foster real organic of desireability by actually gonna want to buy these shoes they're gonna want to fly over to Berlin. They're gonna want to maybe a proxy issue and get it shipped over. That's what's going to happen. I don't know whoever. And again, why am I if you go to Berlin, right? The first thing, you know, is is that people that go to clubs or hang around dumbly wear bright color trainers. It's totally a thing. Because most of the people that go to these nightclubs or these warehouse spaces, they're fucking dirtiest. Fuck grimy, the amazing places, but they're grimy budget even to get there. They're not the most Keno cleanest streets, right? The spaces are really dodging grind people spilling Grigson been pace all over the place. So the idea that you'd go into a club wearing white airforce one is a bit weird. Right. So in the same reason why you wouldn't necessarily wear suede upper AmEx one eight meshing right now going gonna attract dirt like a fucking vacuum. It doesn't make a suck up there fucking vacuum. It doesn't make any sense, right? Why you'd have a Callaway of Berlin shoe encapsulate that that doesn't really work? Well, and the the best example of a Berlin kind of inspired shoe was added that they did recently wasted the colors from the the subway from their potion on the subway and kind of adopted those. The go. It was. Zedek or something that works in some regards. But this is like why are one AT? Why this color doesn't make any sense unity? Do you don't need to say unity in Berlin? That does like Paul DNA. Right. It's not even something that even preach about insecurity. Like, that's the reason why Belen such as a citizen the world because everyone is able to go there and be exactly who they want to be in a free safe space. And it's just like why are one eighty why that call away while they max one m accident Afghan? If you go to Berlin, you don't see many people when Ziva outside the snakeheads, right? It's a slow really a thing that you see general people worry just again, just like, you know, just ineptitude of these companies sometimes when it comes to release these trainers unite. What does this even mean, I hate to think what they're gonna do with their London shoe hate to think is it going to be an AmEx one or some bullshit, and they're going to do the colors of the fucking London sky, the grayness of Britishness come on. Anyway, nothing about I said, the better. Gonna come on the Mark for those of you guys that by every single AmEx? Regards of the where you're gonna buy any way. But I'll skipping that one next on the list here, she I don't speak about Keith Flint, but because of difficult I been confirmed, but you know, that's too much hardness to talk about next or the Duckie. Here we go journal Renzo debuted a new a new Calloway of the. Of his fear of God one for Nike. Am I like what Jerry Jones is doing? Right. I think it's a general thing most people do anyway in general, most kind of style influences where most of the color ways are being announced are being revealed when he's in motion when he's a in and around town, go into senior events, and this is a great little tie in promote in the Nike women's or the US the Nikes EDS women's Kissel, ever that may be called the thing in Paris wherever launch and during a thing Nike, flew out. Jerusha being one of the main collaborators, and he obviously went there and debuted a new color of the shoe, again, something I really like the Schuman. I'm really a big fan of it. I think he really smashed and did a really good job. It might not be something. I generally would wear day today, by the way, he's married them up with these sweatpants, Amish shimmying is are things are part his come over collection, which I'm definitely sure they are. And then he's got the vim kerchief jacket, which is one of my favorite pieces from visiting out. There is fucking grossly grossly overpriced. But you know, that that's what do by ulcers. He actually waited for top from other Browns. It's just on the always wearing his stuff hits a toe. He loves a bit of Islam here and there, but these shoes look fucking awesome. I like the color, so it's like an old grey upper with an off-white or sell mid sole and occasional reps around this outside of the shoe is black again, it kind of gives it more of an athletic ninety s kind of caught Phil. And again, just looks some fucking like a cool shoe just like a really journalists or ship if he could make a perfect. Of Nike for himself. This definitely would be the one again, no confirmation on the date of when it's going to be released. I like to hit there with the white Susan the scientists perfect shoot at you made in nook of mission so far on what day is contribute list, but just a little sneak peek of him walking towards the event yesterday in Paris. And it looked fucking awesome. Really fun of why did they shoot Nexen list here? This is the screen, but Bubba. Ooh. Might one of my favorite shoes. Ever. Right. One of the things. I regret selling my com defining moments pack Jordan's where he came in through the impact they came back in the day where one Jordan would be one number. They would never know both equal twenty free. I regret selling module before. But this is easily one of my favorite shoes of all time. Probably one the shoes that kind of got me started into being a sneak ahead in general this maybe the air trainer. One tried to cross trainer in this kind of looked like a development of the China. Again. One of those best Nick designs time, the Jordan four when I is my best design covers ever my life and the bread is out there while the best color is out. Don't care what anyone says so much. So that, you know, every nation sneaker from even the supply this actually from even the the trip less has taken inspiration from a bread, right? That Calloway of Ruas come from the Jordan Calloway, right? Yes. But that's how influential that sneaker was of rule. Some a big fan the bread cut away of the Jordan full. And it's coming back again. Now again, I'm not somebody. That's a big fan of Jordan. Retro the day. They have over the years fleeced and an kind of you know, over saturate the market when it comes to Jordan's officials appeared in time where Jordan brand were in his intent on sending out sub pop the par material product retro Zain, Jordan futures withstood Hoover, I'm up in another time it shifted and now Jordan friends, kind of slowly, but surely not wanting to buy some of the retro, why Jordan brand flood the market with crap off the crapper sneakers out there that don't resell that well, but I think they're they're kind of, you know, their understanding or nourishment of the kind of pass and trying to rewrite the wrongs in terms of this mother coming out now is good. It's going to right way. Maybe a high quality of the over finished products. And of naturally, the the most important thing, I think for most journal retro Brian infused. Yes, is that the reintroducing the Nike air logo on the back of the hilltop, which is something that love as kind of been feeling of especially so much show that people go go and buy retro all they going by oggi's vintage pairs of Jordan ones or Judaic Jordan freeze, and then kind of glue on the kind of newer souls or to make sure they can wait just so they have the Nike air on the back for me. The most important thing of the retro is the to- books this from Bahia usually when they make them, especially the loss of their using nowadays. I've heard lows are fixing stupid reports that they got rid of the old last. They can't retold him again. But Nike make a billion dollars every year your efforts alone. They can they can afford to make to make a new tolling or new smashes awebber shapes. They use a make of the Jordan. So that you have that move a flexing away because usually making that weird banana toward the front, and it looks really bizarre. If you get them. Even if so some soda after always by Jordan's assize below once half size down just get that flat Tobin. And obviously that results in my knuckles scrunching up at the front. I really hope that they figured out and sold out in the end, they shoes from the look on the looks of it looked like they figured out again, I can't tell because they stopped the toe books, but it look, okay. From here. I've not images are actually from Nike. I don't think they are from night. Because no, the laces are fucked up delays again or something you look at when you're looking sneakers, I realise realise Shuman. I'm sellers properly. But I don't care. It's got knock you on the back of it. I'm gonna buy that is best. That's basically the end of the Mets risen. They're gonna come out on may level at select retailers hundred dollars each again for me is like a no brainer over some sneakers on again what he's fucking retro of nurse on because a board of about. I've always been a big final four retro, especially the break. Callaway would not get it back a bit. And you know, good quality materials are flat out, a flat kind of letterbox that is kind of improper orient kind of parallel with the crown and bending up a Cup or Nana, I'm gonna instantly by so again, check those out if that's something you're wearing kind of income in may Levin may eleven for the journal for breads next to the doc here as quickly move on time is of the essence. Nope. Don't talk about that. Oh, Karimov spring summer nineteen Japan. Right. It's fucking weird. Right. So so let's do soulless featured in high based and it just caught me drift. I didn't notice was thing. But if your run out if you're someone is involved in fitness space, and you go and buy fitness equipment. If you've got the sports directs one of the brands that they have this always on sale by lows of kinda running gear from its caramel, Ryan's usually just bullshit stuff like leggings and top. It doesn't really last that long. I wash some few times in the fucking it goes shape, yet hosing your fucking tight sooner or later, but it appears if carry is actually a legit Brander might have his own little purple label. I mean, look vice addition in Japan so much so that they got four questions been featured on Hiep's, which is fucking bazaars is like seeing Salinger have Japan. Addition facial hype. It doesn't make any sense. But again, I guess, you know, in Japan, it's maybe looked as a high bar brand. But I know here for sure if you wanna get like a cheap running bag or cheap running trainers. This is where you get them from when you're what you call it. When you go to sports I wrecked in the UK. But so far looks fucking awesome. Just like regular Japanese are street. Wrecks of look lows of great low jackets. I this here. The right it looks fucking incredible. Right. Really fucking good stuff moments bed and most the stuff you see mistreatment brands out the moment, again, this is just carry more regular stuff look at the backpack. Even that was like really good like really fucking good stuff. Again. I'm not sure why this is this is always been a thing of they've had their Lou Japan edition. But this was fucking cool. Really, really cool. Karamoja padded addition check it out of C available nuns. Oh, look at those Charles's panel trousers must've on the front of a little Navia detain of back that looks incredibly cool. I love that starting with the orange Santa's as well while I can I'm not sure if this is always been a thing. But is looked for an awesome. I love everything about this. So I reckon Rukmini check it out, KOMO Japan edition emotional. Why this is something I've missed of time. Again, I'm going to be the the press release there because usually don't try to inch new information. But if you guys know of any reason, why this is existing why we get the sheets. This right here in the U K. Let me know because this looks fucking cool again, it'd be hard to get hold of two proximity stuff from the from Japan this my favorite jacket here load up against shit. They slash shows or so annoying. Happy Sunday drug it's up again. Whereas yet this here's my favorite. I think of ru dislike gray jacket would the massive puck pocket. He to look look that look that is just as quintessentially Japan, isn't it, right? Quinson Japan, like a copycat and nice of a nice kind of rain junket aside pouch short socks and some ACIG's type trainers, again, brilliant Britain collection, recommend you check it out looks really fucking call carry more deprive spring summer nineteen anyway as dumb, I b because I need to head off that might be episode 169 objection was English. Oh, thanks so much for tuning in. It's been a pleasure to have the company of you for this little episode today as ways for vision, regarded meaning chat, my website, X nosing dot com. DJNS weekend in public. I'm only using this out gallery thing that I'm not allowed to invite anyone to more than a k by a puff Napper privacy. See you again next week on the DJ circuit, but podcast wise back in tomorrow, efficient gone me, check, our sexual dot com. Use my audible referral code. Audible dot com for says Aggie or Budo force has aided GD whites. Get one free book credit and affected free trial. Check out check in check it out. And I'll see you guys again tomorrow forever. I've never episodes of the show piece.

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"zedek" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Stack

Monocle 24: The Stack

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"zedek" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Stack

"Newspapers can in the best sense become a medium of the past. And they are even if it might sound bit flat, a medium of decent. Ration- experts are convinced that only weekend papers and weeklies have a future. If at all people only find time to read the paper on the weekend. That's why they neatly set aside the articles they want to read on a Sunday the day before because they then have to read the Sunday paper. I they'll only be able to read a fraction of the articles. They laid out on the Saturday. So they set them aside for the next weekend. And of course, the same applies to the following weekends. You can put into together the wonderful principle of delayed gratification has been reversed and the newspaper addiction shows. It's dark side. The addict is confronted with a mountain of unread articles and has to learn to ease his guilty conscience. He does. So by declaring the pile a collection. All those are. Five's Phil apartments, in some cases. Half a room have discredited numerous newspaper, readers messy newspaper collection can be holy overwhelming. But it's never complete the idea of ever coming to the end of a semblance. Newspapers seems absurd collections remain fragmentary. But they co right are biographies. I'm still holding onto a couple of articles from a supplement of the long discontinued Bosley item written by an author named our whole Schmidt, whom I admired he never found out about this admirations, but that's also part and parcel of newspaper. Reading the silent admiration for an author this brings to mind low-tar, Baya, whom I also admired a couple of his articles are sitting in house moving crate in my basement slowly turning yellow as I rummaged around the box. Also, find a couple of ancient fanzines one of these which like the others was written on the typewriter. Cutout stuck together? Xerox is called down nasties the narcissist. Chef. Thousands biggest newspaper, of course, it's really the smallest newspaper in the town of chef written laid out and sold by a single person. And the fact that it's filled with the same old trash is testament to the humor of this secondary school pupil others rarely appreciate the value of such relic. No, one makes me more aware of that than t who are met in Latin closet university. He was not only able to understand Latin, but also speak it and relatively fluently the room of the shared flat. He could home was almost empty besides mattress and few items of clothing, he only possessed plastic bag that had a few belongings in it. I remember that he read a lot of hand care. He also read hand care on a bus trip to the south and wound up his friends by not looking up from his book, even as they were driving through the most beautiful landscapes does such behavior. Annoy us they urged him to have a look around from time to time which he did. But there went straight back to his book. T- didn't have a direct line to reality. You had to tell him. Something was nice. He then accepted the judgment incapable of forming his own opinion on a matter. He was in his own way, a person with a great deal, of empathy someone who lived for others and made them stand out. But at the same time, he was a person so devoid of opinions, but you couldn't help but see him as the worst conceivable newspaper reader, a good newspaper reader isn't someone who regurgitates an opinion, but someone who forms their own opinion through reading and yet T had a phenomenal memory, whatever he read or overheard stayed with him. He was indifferent to it just as he was towards material possessions, he'd got his hand kiss from the library. And so it wasn't surprising that his newspaper collection consisted of a single article an article about pitas attic from developed worker, which he kept in a plastic bag. The carried around with him. I no longer know why t- kept this article about Zedek in particular. He wasn't a theater goer. The fact that it was not go from developed Volker is however hardly surprising. It was a left wing liberal paper. There was very popular among students back then..

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"zedek" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"zedek" Discussed on WJR 760

"With underwriting and part from AT and T Michigan earlier today we had a parade of flags that went by with all the flags of the nations around the world. We also heard a beautiful rendition of the national anthem from children from PAM's academy here. Knocked it out of the park. They did the crowd even cheer quite loudly. When one of the young ladies set, the very high notes of the national anthem. It was amazing able to sing that here in the cold soon. We'll have the pledge of allegiance, and that'll be led by the children and nieces and nephews of the governor elect and the governor elect right now, we're hearing the rabbi Amy big men of congregation shreds Zedek in east Lansing for our state as we begin this new year. As we welcome new leadership for our state. We also remember that each of us must serve the state of Michigan through serving the communities of which it is comprised by helping those who were elected to lead us. As we begin this new year. We renew our dedication to making our state a better place for all. Our leaders be blessed with good health, and fortitude, dedication, and crisis, wisdom and compassion. Strength, and I saw variance. May two thousand nineteen be a good year for our state our country and our world for me..

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