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KPFA - UpFront
Fund Drive Special with Chris Hedges

KPFA - UpFront

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 59:58


Chris Hedges in 2012. | Image by Justin Norman is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 On today's show: 0:08 – We feature excerpts of Chris Hedges (@ChrisLynnHedges) in conversation with Mickey Huff at the First Congregational Church of Berkeley on Monday, September 26. Hedges is a Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist who was a foreign correspondent and bureau chief in the Middle East and the Balkans for fifteen years for The New York Times, until he publicly criticized the War in Iraq. Seven Stories Press FUND DRIVE SPECIAL — Pledge $100 and receive the full unedited version of this talk along with several others by Chris Hedges. FUND DRIVE SPECIAL — Pledge $120 and receive a copy of Chris Hedges new book The Greatest Evil is War. The post Fund Drive Special with Chris Hedges appeared first on KPFA.

My God a Podcast! A podcast for Georgia Bulldogs
Kent State Preview with British Bulldawg | 2022 Georgia Football

My God a Podcast! A podcast for Georgia Bulldogs

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 98:38


Jim and John are joined by Chris (@BritishBulldawg) to preview Georgia's matchup with Kent State. This will be Chris' first game Between the Hedges. Everyone sticks around to answer listener questions as well. Come join us at Dawgs Central! Timestamps 0:00:00 Opening 0:06:46 The Matchup 0:09:09 Fun Facts 0:10:42 News & Notes 0:12:01 Offense 0:18:46 Defense 0:23:14 British Bulldawg Interview 0:45:02 Listener Questions 1:20:41 Coach's Over/Unders 1:25:07 Predictions 1:28:02 Wrapping It Up Subscribe! Apple | Amazon | Google | iHeart | Spotify | Stitcher | TuneIn Social: Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | YouTube Merch: My God a Podcast Store Officially Licensed Gear

Joni and Friends Radio
A Glance Heavenward

Joni and Friends Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 4:00


Before The Hedges
Kirby Smart pulls off ELITE recruiting move at first home game | Before the Hedges

Before The Hedges

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 35:12


On the most recent episode of Before the Hedges, DawgNation's Jeff Sentell broke down a very slick move that Kirby Smart pulled at the first home game with some 1-on-1 time with 5-star EDGE Samuel M'Pemba. He's been at every UGA home game since 2015 and never say anything quite like that before. It was impressive even for Smart. We also covered the following topics: -- Why Florida 4-star WR Tyler Williams is so important to the 2023 class -- Georgia's fading chances with 5-star WR Hykeem Williams -- The constant variety of problems caused by NIL and what Georgia does to offset that with its priority recruits -- There is also a new name at No. 2 on the weekly "Top Targets" list. You can catch "Before the Hedges" live every Wednesday at 8 PM on the DawgNation Facebook, Twitter and YouTube pages. "Hedges" also now streams live every Wednesday on the DawgNation.com home page.

" TESTAMONIES ON THE HEDGES AND HIGHWAYS "

"JESUS IS LORD "

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 10:18


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The Official Project Censored Show
The Many Costs of War and the Legacy of Mikhail Gorbachev

The Official Project Censored Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022


For the first segment of this week's show, Mickey talks with Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Chris Hedges shares some of the stories from his newest book, The Greatest Evil Is War. The book is based on interviews with dozens of victims of war, including families of soldiers, wounded veterans, and civilian survivors of battle. Hedges lays out the many costs of war, and having seen it up close, calls for its unequivocal end across the world. In the second half-hour, historian Peter Kuznick explains the often untold historical legacy of the recently-deceased former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev. Kuznick says that Gorbachev not only brought vital reforms to the USSR, but made unprecedented arms-reduction proposals that might have put the world on course to complete nuclear disarmament, had the Reagan Administration not rejected the ideas. Both guests call out the horrors of war and the need for a seriously rejuvenated global movement for peace. Notes: Chris Hedges is a Pulitzer-Prize-winning journalist with a long career as a foreign correspondent around the world, including battle zones like Iraq and the Balkans. His books include War Is a Force That Gives Us Meaning, Death of the Liberal Class, America: The Farewell Tour, and his new work The Greatest Evil Is War. Peter Kuznick is Professor of History at American University in Washington DC, and also directs the Nuclear Studies Program at that institution. He and Oliver Stone co-wrote The Untold History of the United States. Image by Annette Jones from Pixabay

Clare FM - Podcasts
In The Garden - Planting Hedges in Coastal Area's

Clare FM - Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 16:56


On Monday's Morning Focus, Alan Morrissey was joined by Tom Stewart from Keane's Garden Centre in Kilcolgan. On this week's In The Garden, Tom provided our listener's with all the info, tips and tricks for the best ways to plant hedges in coastal areas. As per usual, Tom gave his expert advice for all our listener queries. If you have a question for Tom, contact the show on 0818 400 964 or send a text or whatsapp to 086 1800 964.

Machine learning
Microsoft and hedges fund portfolios

Machine learning

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 9:01


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Evolve to Succeed
Justin Hedges – “Be good to people, for they will be good to you.”

Evolve to Succeed

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 40:18


Justin Hedges OBE is the founding partner and executive chairman of Prevail Partners, an intelligence, strategic advisory and risk management company. Justin was also one of the youngest Royal Marines ever; he retired from the Royal Marines and Specialist Military Units in 2018, and was awarded his OBE for outstanding leadership in operations. His deep insights in the formulation of strategies and operational plans, drawn from top roles in the UK's National Security Architecture, give him tremendous authority on the subject of leadership, risk management and crisis response.

Back to the Roots
#17 - The Music Come-up and Cinema (ft. Stephen Hedges)

Back to the Roots

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 67:20


Stephen Hedges is an aspiring musician, and a good friend of mine. In this episode we talked a lot about music, and of course, movies.

Before The Hedges
How did the priority recruits feel about that Oregon beatdown? | Before the Hedges

Before The Hedges

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 43:37


On the most recent episode of Before the Hedges, DawgNation's Jeff Sentell shared a concise view of what some of Georgia's top targets had to say about that 49-3 beatdown of Oregon. He shared comments from a pair of 5-star 2024 QB targets in Jadyn Davis and Julian Sayin. We also covered the following topics: -- Why Georgia fans don't need to get too excited about flipping 5-star Caleb Downs and 4-star Justice Haynes -- The newly-reshuffled "Top Targets" list for this week -- Where Georgia stands with top WR targets Hykeem Williams and Tyler Williams down in South Florida. You can catch "Before the Hedges" live every Wednesday at 8 PM on the DawgNation Facebook, Twitter and YouTube pages. "Hedges" also now streams live every Wednesday on the DawgNation.com home page.

The Pulse WV Live
Behind The Hedges-Consider Job Part 3

The Pulse WV Live

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 63:26


Scripture: Job 1: 16-20The Pulse ExperienceSermon: Behind The Hedge-Considering Job-Part 3Host: Pastor Jay Mace & Pastor John FowlerFriday, September 9, 2022A Network That Beats To The Heart Of GodFor Booking Information: 304-364-4164Email: info@thepulsewv.comThere Are Three Ways to Financially Support the Pulse-Winfield, WVPayPal:https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=HCXFPAHPH8MYA&source=urlText:https://app.clovergive.com/app/giving/thepulse/THEPULSEWINFIELDWVMail: P.O. Box 561 Eleanor, WV 25070Or Give In PersonCheck us out on social media and our website.Website:www.thepulsewv.comFacebook:https://www.facebook.com/718582154980548/YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpGXhf2uE9oSMh961HaKJogTikTok: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMdxTGwpq/Instagram:356youth_winfield: https://instagram.com/356youth_winfield?igshid=3s8rb0i8xqbvThe Pulse Winfield Kids Club:https://instagram.com/the_pulse_winfield_kidsclub_?igshid=154la475j8arrTwitter:https://twitter.com/thepulsewvApple Podcast:https://thepulsewv-gassaway.simplecast.com/https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-pulse-wv-live/id1527607059Spotify:https://open.spotify.com/show/4YZljk4BeOmao9KAo7NYn6?si=bJu7H3MWT5eezEh357OqKAhttps://open.spotify.com/show/7pbbpIgE2Spzqdmd982w2c?si=-5W7mfxhSJyIk-mREfMmHwGoogle Play:https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5zaW1wbGVjYXN0LmNvbS96NDFMazd0WAhttps://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5zaW1wbGVjYXN0LmNvbS9ockc4RE4xaARadio Public:Sermons:https://radiopublic.com/the-pulse-wv-WemdAJPodcast:https://radiopublic.com/the-pulse-wv-live-GymVAJDeezer:Sermons:https://deezer.com/show/3055022Podcast:https://deezer.com/show/3053812I Heart Radio:Sermons:https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-the-pulse-wv-87312929?cmp=ios_share&sc=ios_social_share&pr=false&autoplay=truePodcast:https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-the-pulse-wv-live-87312874?cmp=ios_share&sc=ios_social_share&pr=false&autoplay=trueAmazon Music:https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/22dca9f0-25f7-4cf0-a927-c896dbccd048/the-pulse-wvhttps://music.amazon.com/podcasts/fe8c94c7-d726-4379-a4c1-04469fd03ee8/the-pulse-wv-live

Sportball
A Wee In The Hedges

Sportball

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 62:35


The Boys Are Back! Join us in previewing the 2022 NFL season.

Macro Hive Conversations With Bilal Hafeez
Artem Milinchuk on Alternative Assets, Farmland and Inflation Hedges

Macro Hive Conversations With Bilal Hafeez

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 38:59


Artem has over 10 years of finance experience in food, agriculture, and farmland. He holds an MBA from The Wharton School, and a BA and MA in Economics from the Higher School of Economics. Prior to founding FarmTogether, Artem was employee #1 and CFO/VP of Operations at Full Harvest Technologies, a now post-Series A B2B platform for​ buying and selling​ produce. He previously worked at Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan, Sprott Resource Holdings, E&Y and PwC. In this podcast we discuss types of investable farmland, whether farmland provides an inflation hedge, leverage levels in farmland, and much more. 

My God a Podcast! A podcast for Georgia Bulldogs
Samford Preview | 2022 Georgia Football

My God a Podcast! A podcast for Georgia Bulldogs

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 79:07


Jim and John preview Georgia's home opener against Samford Between the Hedges and answer listener questions. Come join us at Dawgs Central! Timestamps 0:00:00 Opening 0:10:41 The Matchup 0:16:25 Fun Facts 0:20:53 News & Notes 0:24:02 Offense 0:28:08 Defense 0:32:55 Special Teams 0:36:02 Listener Questions 1:03:42 Coach's Over/Unders 1:10:18 Predictions 1:13:30 Wrapping It Up Subscribe! Apple | Amazon | Google | iHeart | Spotify | Stitcher | TuneIn Social: Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | YouTube Merch: My God a Podcast Store Officially Licensed Gear

One Stream in Bristol
#217: Hedges and Hirst

One Stream in Bristol

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 56:27


I'm joined by, the triumphantly returning, Rob and Paul to discuss yesterday's game. We talk up Scott Conway, as we should. I can't remmeber what else we talked about. All quite silly though, as it should be. Hope you're doing well x

Irish Farmers Journal Weekly Podcast
Ep 619: Farming News - hedges, blackouts and Tirlán

Irish Farmers Journal Weekly Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 18:12


On this week's podcast we hear about upside down toilet brush hedges, Tirlán and the potential for blackouts this winter.

DROPPING IN with Mercedes Nicoll
Paralympic Stories with Bo Hedges, PLY

DROPPING IN with Mercedes Nicoll

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 34:58


Bo Hedges is a 7x National Champion, Para Pan American games medalist, Paralympic champion and gives back to sport in the best ways. Bo is a wheelchair basketball player, listen to his paralympic stories on this episode of DROPPING IN! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Ghost Writers, Anonymous
Ep. 40 - The Enchanted Garden

Ghost Writers, Anonymous

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 7:15


Wherein we peep through the hedges.  Share your blooms at: gwritersanon@gmail.com  Stroll through our Facebook page (Ghost Writers, Anonymous). 

Star Wars Minute
Solo Minute 133: Hedges of the Galaxy

Star Wars Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 33:22


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Two Journeys Sermons
Jesus Drives Out a Legion of Demons (Mark Sermon 22) (Audio)

Two Journeys Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022


Pastor Andy Davis preaches on Mark 5:1-20, and an account about a demon-possessed man freed by Jesus. We see that demons may have power over humans, but no chance against God. - SERMON Transcript - Turn in your Bibles to Mark chapter 5. This morning we have the joy of resuming our study in this awesome gospel of Mark. We're right in the middle of two spectacular miracles back-to-back, the stilling of the storm at the end of Mark chapter 4 and now the driving out of the legion of demons in Mark 5. I said last time, a couple of months ago now, that the stilling of the storm is the most visually spectacular miracle Jesus ever did. How amazing is it then that immediately after that He does his most spectacular exorcism? That's exactly what this account reveals. There is no other account of an exorcism that even comes close to this one, the driving out of demons from a human being. Nothing else even comes close, just for the magnitude of the power that it reveals and the stunning transformation in one man revealed in Mark's gospel and the effect on the pigs, 2,000 of them perishing in one moment. There's no other power encounter with a demonized human being that even comes close. In terms of preaching, oftentimes at the very beginning of a sermon, a preacher has to speak some words of introduction to ensnare or beguile his congregation into being interested in the text. I don't have to do that this time. I would hope you're interested in what you've heard. I would hope you'd realize that all I need to do as a preacher is get out of the way of the text and just point to the Jesus that it reveals. Some time ago, I was meditating on the juxtaposition of Mark 4 and Mark 5, the stealing of the storm and the driving out of the Legion demon in Mark's gospel. The way it's written here, it's really astonishing because you could see Jesus at the end of Mark 4 standing on one side of the Sea of Galilee and perhaps in a visionary sense as a prophet, looking ahead to what's about to happen. He has to go through a hurricane and drive out an army of demons in Mark's Gospel to save one man. That's it. He saves that one man and comes back; He goes over and back for one man. And that's encouraging. Some of you are thinking, in Matthew's Gospel, there's two guys. I'm not talking about the two guys today. In Mark's gospel, there's a focus on that one individual. I think we're supposed to understand, in the Galatians 2:20 sense, that Christ loved me and gave himself for me. He did that for me. He was willing to go through a hurricane and drive out an army of demons to save me. So we need to just step aside and let the text do its work in us. And what is that work? Remember that the theme of the gospel of Mark is stated right from the beginning, Mark 1:1, “the beginning of the gospel of Jesus Christ”, the Son of God, that's the theme, Jesus as the Son of God. In the spirit of the Gospel of John, as I've said many times, actually all four gospels, Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, they all have this same purpose, though only John's Gospel says it so openly and directly. “These are written that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the son of God, and that by believing, you may have life in his name.” That's the purpose of the Gospel of John, and it's also the purpose of the Gospel of Mark: to bring you to the point where you can confess that Jesus is the Christ, the Messiah, the Anointed one, the Promised one. That He is more than just that, the Son of the living God, and that by confessing that from your heart, you might receive full forgiveness of sins and live forever in heaven and not die forever in hell. That's the reason this Gospel of Mark was written, and that's the purpose of all of the accounts in it. Not only that, not just that we would be able to make in a slogan sort of sense, “Who is Jesus? the Son of God.” That phrase, that we would have expounded before us, really means the infinite majesty of the second person of the Trinity, the infinite majesty of Jesus. It means that we'll be spending eternity finding out how glorious and majestic Jesus is. We've only just begun the greatness of Jesus, the Son of God. That's what we have before us. It's not enough to just have the slogan, “Who's Jesus? Son of God.” Remember how, when on the way to the villages around Caesarea Philippi, Jesus asked, “Who do people say I am?” and Peter replied, “You are the Messiah,” and then a few minutes later he's taking Jesus aside and rebuking him. Now that's a bad look, friends. Peter was underestimating Jesus, the Son of God, all of us do. The ministry of the word through the power of the Spirit is to get us not to underestimate Jesus and to see the infinite greatness of Christ. The infinite greatness of Jesus is what we're seeing here. The effortless power that Jesus has, that He displays here, power that only almighty God could have, effortless stilling of a hurricane and the turbulent sea immediately after that, effortless, just a word and it's done. And then effortless power over 6,000 demons, saying in Matthew's gospel, a single word, "Go," and they're gone. No effort at all, they instantly obey. "The ministry of the word through the power of the Spirit is to get us not to underestimate Jesus and to see the infinite greatness of Christ. " Sadly in the account that we're studying today, we also see mixed reaction. We see many who saw the effects, even the miracle with their own eyes, and responded in faithless fear, driving Jesus away because they didn't want the implications of what it would mean to have Jesus in their region. The unreasoning unbelief was so strong they would rather have, it seems in the end, this demon-possessed, stark-raving homicidal maniac in their region, rather than Jesus, peaceful Jesus, loving Jesus staying in their region. The gospels all make it clear that many people will see the evidence for Jesus and reject. It ends up dividing people into two categories. I. A Demon-Possessed Maniac Terrorizes a Region Let's walk through the text now. It begins with a demon-possessed maniac who terrorizes a region. What is the context? Jesus and his disciples had left the huge crowds to get away to the other side of the Sea of Galilee. Perhaps the disciples thought a time of R&R was coming, a little bit of relaxation, getting away from all of that. Little did they know what was awaiting them as they got into the boat, this raging hurricane in which they thought they were going to die. Then once that's done, as they land on the other side, they're confronted by a demon-possessed maniac of terrifying power. Look at verse 1-2, “They went across the sea to the region of the Gerasenes” and verse 2, “when Jesus got out of the boat, a man with an evil spirit came from the tombs to meet him.” The region of the Gerasenes or Gadarenes, a little village near there was called Gerasa from which we get Mark's term, Gerasenes. There's a larger city nearby called Gadara, which also gave its name to the region, Gadarene. That's why you end up with two different names in the gospel. The demon-possessed maniac is described in verse 2 as “a man with an unclean spirit”. This is a demon, an unclean spirit is a demon. Demons are angels, spirit beings that rebelled long ago with Satan and were evicted from heaven as described in Revelation 12. They're called unclean because their thoughts and their works were pure evil. The encounter begins with Jesus and his disciples getting out of the boat. The demon-possessed man sees them from a distance and comes from the tombs down to the shoreline. This man is an absolute monster. His human personality has been swallowed alive by the demons inside him. Look at verse 3 through 5, the description of his plight. This man lived in the tombs and no one could bind him anymore, not even with a chain, for he had often been chained hand in foot, but he tore the chains apart and broke the irons on his feet. No one was strong enough to subdue him. Night and day among the tombs and in the hills, he would cry out and cut himself with stones. I believe those words describe the most wretched human being on the surface of the earth in history. I can't imagine a more wretched condition to be in than this, worse than Nebuchadnezzar turned into an animal for seven years eating grass, worse than any tortured individual in a prison, worse than anyone suffering from a malady. This is the most wretched human being ever described in the pages of history, I believe. Look at the text, it says he lived in the tombs. No one in their right mind would live out in the tombs of dead people. These are often caves blocked up with boulders or big stones. At best, they would offer rudimentary protection from the elements, they would be cold, they would be dark, they would be hard, no place in which to live. This man is absolutely severed from all human society. He has a family as we see at the end of the account, but his condition has cut himself off from all interactions with them. It says no one could bind him anymore, not even with a chain.The account gives a sense of history with this man. He had originally been bound, or actually many times been bound with chains and even shackles, maybe fetters or manacles, large flat pieces of iron that would be heated up and then pounded by a blacksmith into curved pieces to fit around his wrists or his ankles. The chains would have large strong links in them, sizable links to restrain a powerful man, but this man had broken every chain ever put on him and shattered every shackle, verse 4, “for he had often been chained hand and foot,” but he tore the chains apart, he broke the irons on his feet. Demons gave this man supernatural power. They are vastly more powerful than we people are, physically. They can do amazing physical things. Remember at the resurrection account after Jesus had risen from the dead and the tomb was empty, a single angel came down and rolled back the boulder that was in front of Jesus's tomb and sat on it. So imagine the kind of supernatural power these evil angels give this man. It says no one could bind him anymore, in verse 4, “no one was strong enough to subdue him.” The Greek word here means “to tame” as if he's a wild beast. This implies many efforts to take this man down, perhaps four or five grown men, or more trying to work with this guy. One grabbing an arm, another grabbing another arm, one grabbing a leg, the other maybe coming up behind him and hitting him on the head to knock him unconscious so they could put the chains on him. It's horrible the circumstance here. Then once he's conscious again, if that's indeed what they did, he then in a rage, tears them off and they're all running for the hills. Finally, the people in that region had given up. He's not chained now. There's nothing they can do. They just stayed away from that area. His lifestyle is stunningly sad. It's a human being created in the image of God, but he's rendered to an almost animal-like existence. Luke tells us that he had, for a long time, gone without clothing. He didn't wear any clothing. He was naked with no shame at all like an animal. But furthermore, he rarely slept and he was immersed in self-harm, verse 5, “night and day among the tombs and in the hills he would cry out and cut himself with stones,” roaming restlessly as demons do, seeking rest but not finding it, yearning for rest, going from tomb to tomb, from hill to hill night and day, crying out as if for deliverance. But who could ever set this man free? The most wretched human being I think in history. He is terrorizing that region. II. The Son of God Terrorizes the Demons Point two, then the Son of God comes to terrorize the demons. That's pretty exciting, isn't it? Now who's afraid of who here? The encounter with Jesus is initiated, this demon-possessed monster sees people landing from a distance and comes down to the shoreline, and what he did is really astonishing. Look at verse 6, “when he saw Jesus from a distance, he ran and fell on his knees in front of him.” Now here's the fascinating thing. The more you study this, the more amazing this gets. These terrified demons, and they are terrified, we're going to make that case plainly in the scripture, they are afraid of Jesus, but instead of running away from him of whom they are terrified, they run to him to get closer to him, that's counterintuitive. Why are the demons running to Jesus? Do they want an encounter with Jesus? Oh no, not at all. They are pure darkness, he is pure light. They hate him with every fiber of their being. They do not want to be near pure light, they who are pure darkness. Why then are they coming closer? Furthermore, they make the man fall down on his knees in a display of humble submission, even of worship before Jesus. Think about that text that says “every knee shall bow and every tongue confess.” So that's what these demons are doing, falling down in front of Jesus. Why do they draw near? It's very obvious, they know exactly who Jesus is. Verse 7, “he shouted at the top of his voice, ‘What do you want with me, Jesus, son of the most high God?’” They are terrified of him, and yet they run toward him. This is my theory on why. What else can they do? They understand Jesus's power in ways we don't. They understand omniscience, omnipotence, omnipresence in ways we don't. And the demons understood, Psalm 1:39, “Where can I go from your spirit? Where can I flee from your presence? If I go up to the heavens, you are there. If I go down to the depths, you are there.” Or again, as God says about his enemies in Amos 9:1-4, these are physical human enemies, but we can apply it here to demons as well, Amos 9, this is God speaking about his enemies, "Not one will get away. None will escape. Though they dig into the depths of the grave, from there my hand will take them. Though they climb up to the heavens, from there I will bring them down. Though they hide themselves at the top of Carmel, there I'll hunt them down and seize them. Though they hide from me at the bottom of the sea, there I will command the serpent to bite them. Though they are driven into exile by their enemies, there I will command the sword to slay them. I will fix my eyes upon them for evil and not for good." Oh, it is a dreadful thing to have God as your enemy. Where can you go? There is nowhere to run to, nowhere to hide for these demons, and they know it in ways we don't. So they come to Jesus and in Mark 7, He drives out the demon of the Syrophoenician, the Canaanite woman from her daughter, and the daughter is not even there, and Jesus says to this Syrophoenician woman, "You may go home. The demon has left your daughter." "When did that happen?" "Oh, a second ago." "You didn't even go, you didn't lay hands on her." "Not needed." "You didn't say anything." "Not needed. I just thought it." And the demon got its eviction notice. That's the power of Jesus and the demons know it. "It is a dreadful thing to have God as your enemy. Where can you go? There is nowhere to run to, nowhere to hide for these demons, and they know it in ways we don't. " They come toward Jesus because they have a request to make of him. The demons come to Jesus, making the man shout at the top of his voice, "What do you want with me, Jesus, son of the most high God?" The demons are utterly unruly, they frequently make their human hosts scream or shriek or foam at the mouth. This one's shouting at the top of his voice, clearly they are terrified of Jesus. The reason for the terror is they did not understand Jesus, the Son of God, the incarnate Son of God invading their dark realm. They literally say, "What business have we with each other, son of the most high God? What business do we have? What are you here to do?" The reason for their terror is the power of almighty God and of his perfect and holy son, Jesus. Now you have to understand, demons have very accurate theology. They got the theological stuff right, better than us. James 2:19 says, “You believe that there's one God, good, even the demons believe that, and they shudder.” They get all the facts right, but they're just in an absolute wrong relationship with the God behind the facts. They hate him, but they know the truth about him. And furthermore, demons know their future. Matthew 25:41, “Jesus, the judge of all the earth, the judge of heaven and earth will say to the goats, ‘Depart from me you who are cursed into the eternal fire prepared for the devil and his angels.’” The lake of fire was made for Satan and demons, and that's where they're going, and there's no salvation plan for them. Also, in Revelation 12:12, the devil is filled with fury because he knows that his time is short. We must imagine the demons know this, but now Jesus, in his incarnation and now in his public ministries which have been going on a year or two, this assault of the son of God on their earthly territory is unprecedented. For all redemptive history, demons have been operating in secret, in the darkness, in the shadows of the spiritual realm, doing absolutely whatever they wanted to make life utterly miserable for human beings and to fight against God at every point. That's what demons do and they're still doing it today. But now Jesus has invaded, the Son of God, the Son of Light, pure light, into this realm of darkness and they're terrified. They want to know, what is the purpose? They want to know about timing. In Matthew 8:29, the demon says, "What do you want with us, son of God? Have you come here to torture us before the appointed time?" They are well aware that there's a pit of torture ready now, before they even get to the lake of fire, there is a place of demon incarceration, short of the lake of fire. As far as I read scripture, there are no demons now in the lake of fires, a not-yet situation. Most of the demons are roaming and causing trouble in a hidden way on earth, but there are some that are incarcerated. They've been arrested by the power of God. It says in Luke 8:31, in the same account, they begged him repeatedly not to order them to go into the “abyss.” It's a Greek word, meaning “bottomless.” It's a pit. But the demons in Matthew 8:29 speak of torture, of torture in the pit, as does our text. Look at verse 7, “Swear to God that you won't torture me.” Do you see now the fear that demons have of him? They are afraid of incarceration and torture now, right now, and they don't want it. They're afraid of it, so they come to Jesus to make this request of him. This torture implies demonic agony of which they're clearly terrified. Peter speaks in his epistle of a temporary place of restraint and torture for demons, [2 Peter 2:4]. God didn't spare angels who sin but threw them down into “Tartarus” that's the Greek word there for “the pit” and delivered them to be kept in chains of darkness until judgment. Those chains cannot break, they're restrained and held. They're very aware that Jesus can instantly do this to them at any moment. He has overwhelming power over all demons. The demons are also afraid of losing their jurisdiction. Look at verse 10, “He begged Jesus again and again not to send them out of the area.” Not only do they not want to lose their freedom, but they want to stay right there in their area. They've got a geographical area that they're working. The Greek says that they're begging him earnestly, or again and again, they're pleading with Jesus because they want to stay there. This demon-possessed man is the greatest nightmare of that entire region, a murderous, powerful maniac who threatens them all. But it is also clear that the Son of the most high God is the demon's greatest nightmare, if we could use that language. They are terrified. They are as terrified of Jesus as that region would've been terrified of that man. III. The Son of God Drives Out the Legion Third point, the Son of God drives out the Legion. Jesus commands him to leave and he will soon. He doesn't leave immediately, but in verse 8 it says, “Jesus had said to him, ‘Come out of this man, you evil spirit.’” I think He stated his intention, "I'm going to drive you out," but they're going to have this conversation first, and Jesus wants to have that conversation with him. He demands the demon's name [verse 9]. “Then Jesus asked him, ‘What is your name?’ ‘My name is Legion,’ he replied, ‘For we are many.’” The demons have no desire to reveal anything about themselves, they want to stay hidden. They want to stay in the darkness just like these days. They don't want to reveal anything, but they have no choice. When Jesus says, "What is your name?" They must give it, they must answer his questions, so He demands their name. Angels have names, we know two of them in the Bible, Michael and Gabriel. Demons must have names as well, but here they use a human term, “legion”. And the reason they gave is, "We are many." Legion was a division of the Roman Empire's world-conquering army, a little bit larger than a modern day brigade, which would be about 3,000 soldiers. A legion is about 5,000 to 6,000 Roman soldiers. They had conquered that part of the world. So first of all, it shows theologically multiple demons can inhabit one person. We get that from this, but it also shows something of the demon's personality and mind. Though the demons might ordinarily have been boastful about their cumulative might, they would never have dreamed of boasting in front of Jesus. We are mighty and we are powerful, they're saying, but they're not doing that in front of Jesus, no way. I want you to picture the spectacle in the spiritual realm, the spectacle of Jesus against an army of demons. In 1960, there was a movie called Spartacus, which was about a slave revolt in the Roman era, and the climactic scene is a battle between the slave army and multiple, multiple Roman Legions. It's really quite a spectacular scene over a wide field. You get a sense of the machine-like efficiency of the Roman legions as they come down in formation and then quickly spread out into battle line and come relentlessly toward the slave army. You know as you're looking, you're going to lose. There's no way you can defeat the legions, they're just that powerful. But picture that, all that's unfolding and one man goes out across the field by himself with no weapons in his hand, and that man is Jesus. As he takes a stand and raises his hand and says, "Begone," they turn and drop their weapons and flee and He's left alone on the battlefield. That's the picture I get. If you didn't see that movie," don't worry about it, just know that it’s a massive army, one man goes forward, and who's afraid of whom. Again, just like the storm, do you not see effortless power? Effortless, that's what we've got. The demons come, they throw themselves in front of Jesus and they make this request, a demonic request. [Verses 11-12], “A large herd of pigs was feeding on the nearby hillside, the demons begged Jesus, ‘Send us among the pigs, allow us to go into them.’” So I would say this clearly shows this is a gentile dominated region. No Jews would be raising pigs, because it was unclean for them to eat. These pig herders are there looking at this and this huge herd of pigs is there, 2,000 in number. The demons continue their begging, their pleading, their groveling to Jesus. In Matthew's Gospel, as I mentioned, it's a single word. Go to Matthew's account, in Matthew 8, you're going to see in the middle of a bunch of black letters, if you have a red letter edition, you're going to see one red 2 letter word. It's all Jesus says in Matthew's account, "Go,” and they go."Go,” and they're gone. One word. It reminds me of Luther's A Mighty Fortress Is Our God. "The prince of darkness grim, we tremble not for him. His rage we can endure, for lo, his doom is sure. One little word shall fell him. That word above all earthly powers, no thanks to them, abideth.” That's the power of Jesus's word. When He says go, they've got to go. Awesome. That's the supreme power of Jesus Christ. He draws out the name Legion so that we can be amazed, because we can't see it. You can't see the demons, but you have a sense of what Legion means. What happens next is a display of the power as well—the death of the pigs [verse 13]. He gave them permission and the evil spirits came out and went into the pigs. The herd, about 2,000 in number, rushed down the steep bank into the sea and were drowned. This is to show visibly the scope of the demonic defeat, to make it obvious in the physical realm what Jesus was dealing with here, the death of the pigs, the sheer destructiveness of these demons. “The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy.” That's what these demons do. Some of you have sympathy for the animal owners there, the pig farmers who look like they lost all of that, they didn't lose anything. The harvest came early. They went pig fishing. That's kind of an interesting thing when you think about it. I know the text doesn't say they went pig fishing, but if you're the owner of the pigs, the market price is going to be a little low because there's a big influx of pig meat, but they’ll be fine. So don't think that way economically, et cetera. But again, it wasn't Jesus that destroyed the pigs, it was the demons. Now here's the question, a very significant question. Why does he give permission to the demons to do what they want to do? Why doesn't he send them into the pit? Why doesn't he incarcerate them? We bumped into the same question in the Book of Job, if you remember, why does he allow the demons to roam? Why does he allow them to do damage? It's vital for us to understand what Satan reveals in the Book of Job, that hedge of protection. I look on it as a whole matrix, like a maze of walls of protection that they can't go through. God is controlling the demonic activities, and they're running rough shot where they're permitted to run, and then mysteriously, some gate opens and they flood in like a plague of locusts and do the damage, and then suddenly the gate comes down and they're stopped and that's it. That's what's going on every day by the mysterious purpose of God. They are God's lackeys, though they are not trying to serve God, they are doing his will in some very complex way. When we get to heaven, we'll understand why God let the demons do what they do, et cetera, but that's it. Don't think for a moment it's because he couldn't have stopped them. He could have collected all of the demons in an instant, they'd be in the lake of fire now, but He's using them for his own mysterious purposes. When the time is right, He will send out his angels and they will collect all the demons and they will be in the lake of fire, and there'll be no escape. IV. Two Opposite Human Responses Fourth point, two opposite human responses. The report spreads in the Gadarenes, and the people rejected Jesus. Look at verses 14-17, “Those tending the pigs ran off and reported this in the town and countryside and the people went out to see what had happened. When they came to Jesus, they saw the man who had been possessed by the Legion of demons sitting there dressed and in his right mind and they were afraid. They were afraid. Those who had seen it told the people what had happened to the demon-possessed man and told about the pigs as well. Then the people began to plead with Jesus to leave their region.” This is tragic. Instead of, as they should have done, falling in front of Jesus in wonder and worship, and say as the Philippian jailer said in Act 16, “What must I do to be saved?”, instead they beg him to leave. I suppose it's the same terror that comes on people who really don't understand Jesus's goodness, they're afraid of what he's going to do in their lives, they're afraid of becoming Christians because they don't know what is going to happen. They're afraid, and they drive him out, they don't want him. They're just afraid because they don't understand his goodness. You see how meek and mild Jesus is, He just accedes to their wishes. "Okay, I'll leave." He walks away and gets back in the boat. We need to understand the infinite power of Jesus, but also the incredible gentleness, as we sang earlier, "Come into me, come into me." That's him. He's so gentle. I don't think you ever get a better text juxtaposing the infinite power of Jesus and his gentleness as in Isaiah 40, which talks about how He has all of the stars in the palm of his hand, this kind of thing, the infinite majesty, the nations are a drop in the bucket and dust on the scales and all that. But right in the middle of that, Isaiah 40:11, “He tends his flock like a shepherd. He gathers the lambs in his arms and carries them close to his heart. He gently leads those that have young.” That's who Jesus is. Why do they want him to leave? Along with that, we get the previously possessed man, and he has the exact opposite response. He doesn't ever want to leave Jesus again. He wants to be by Jesus's side forever, forever. Look at verse 18-20, “But as Jesus was getting into the boat, the man who had been demon possessed begged to go with him. Jesus did not let him but said, ‘Go home to your family and tell them how much the Lord has done for you and how he has had mercy on you.’” So the man went away and began to tell in the Decapolis how much Jesus had done for him, and all the people were amazed. This formerly demon-possessed man's a different story altogether, isn't he? I believe more things happened than is recorded here. I think once the demons were out, Jesus preached the gospel to him, explained to him about the kingdom of God, the need for repentance so that his sins could be forgiven, and the man listened and believed. The text says in verse 15 that, “they saw him there dressed in his right mind.” Isn't that beautiful? It's kind of like the prodigal son coming to himself. It's like, "What am I doing here? Slopping pigs when I could be in my father's house." This man comes to his right mind, and again, supports that therapeutic view of salvation. He saves you by healing you, healing your mind so that you can see Jesus properly, you can see his beauty and his power and his love and you want him. He's dressed in his right mind, his sins are covered, that's a metaphor, the “dressing”. I think it's just an account, he's dressed now, he's not naked, but also the covering. His sins are forgiven and he's in his right mind and wants to be with Jesus forever. He sees Jesus properly, he loves him, he cherishes him. All he wants is to know him and be with him. He pleads with Jesus to stay with him. "He saves you by ... healing mind so that you can see Jesus properly, you can see his beauty and his power and his love." Now, three entities plead with Jesus for something. The demons begged to not be driven out of the area and stay in the area and go in the pigs. The unbelieving people asked Jesus to leave their area, and He does it. This man says, "I want to go with you." He says no. Isn't it true that God's ways are not our ways? But instead he has a mission for this man. He sends him out with a mission to do, verse 19, "Go home to your family and tell them how much the Lord has done for you and how he has had mercy on you." “Go win your family. You kind of put them through a hard time. Now go home and show them that you've been healed and win them. Tell your family how God has had mercy on you, how much the Lord has done for you and how he has had mercy on you.” I wonder what that was like when he walked through the threshold the first time, it's like, "Uh-oh, here comes trouble." "No, no, I'm different now." His job is to tell them the mercy of Jesus in his life and to win them. So it says in verse 20, “The man went away and began to tell the Decapolis how much Jesus had done for him and all the people were amazed.” The Decapolis just literally means 10 cities, it's just a region there of 10 cities together. Apparently this man was effective because Jesus is going to return to the Decapolis in Mark 7:31 and there'll be many people waiting there for him to do healings. It's the fruit of this man's ministry. What a testimony this man must have had. I don't know how it began. How would you begin? "I used to be a demon-possessed raving maniac. And now I'm not. Now I'm healed." Imagine the joy of talking about Jesus that he must have had. V. Lessons What are some lessons and applications? First of all, I just want to ask you a question: Do you think demons are less active in our world than they were in Jesus' world? I hope you're saying no, because if you're saying no, you don't understand how much they have deceived you. They're every bit as active now as they ever were then. We Americans are naturalists, materialists, and I don't mean by that shopaholics, I mean we tend to think of things in a scientific material way. We tend to think of stories about demons and angels as a little weird, almost medieval. We definitely believe in the most high God, and then we believe in science, and we don't tend to do much in that middle realm with angels and demons, but they are every bit as active in 21st century America as they were in first century Palestine. They are deceptive and they're powerful, and they are around us at every moment. We need to be aware of them and understand the destructive power of demons. They are there to steal and kill and destroy. I wonder how many of the convicted serial killers or individuals that are incarcerated in psychiatric hospitals or asylums or prisons, I wonder if anyone is diagnosing them based on this. Or are they trying to get the chemical balances right and talk about their childhood or do other things? I’m not minimizing those sciences, but I'm just saying, is there a whole realm of possibility that's unthinkable in 21st-century treatment of individuals like this? For us Christians, let it not be so. We need to be aware that they're around and they're trying to make our lives miserable. We need to say then that demons are every bit as active. They're still here. They're still powerful. They still hate us, et cetera, but they're still terrified of Jesus. They are terrified of him. His power is infinite. He is far above all rule and authority, power and dominion. They are controlled by him, channeled by him. Hedges of protection and walls of protection everywhere, or else they'd run amok on the surface of the earth. We need to be thankful. We need to be aware of how demons could be assaulting you, annoying you, irritating you, making you susceptible to sin, alluring you, feeding you with depression, feeding you with hopelessness, feeding you with ideas of ways of acting out on the flesh. Put on your spiritual armor. Put it on every day, every moment. Be mindful, be not unaware of his schemes. Beyond that, see that the real issue here is worship Christ. Worship of Jesus. The name that is above every name, worship him, have a sense of his infinite power. Just fall down before him, not like this demon-possessed man did an abject terror, but fall down before him because you love him and want to tell him how much you love him for dying for you and rising again. Finally, what reaction do you have to the Jesus in this account? Like this healed man, do you want to spend the rest of your life with him? Do you want to spend eternity learning him? I do. Friends, it is the greatest honor of my life to stand up in front of you week after week and exalt Jesus. There's nothing in my life with more honor than that. I hope that your esteem of Jesus has gone up because we studied Mark 5:1-20 today. So I'm asking you, is that you? Do you love him? Do you know you're a sinner? His bloodshed for you is sufficient for your sins, are you trusting in that? Or like these townspeople, do you want him to go away? Just leave you alone? That's the question you have to ask. Use your testimony with your family. I want to tell my family how much Jesus has done for me and how He has been kind to me. Can I tell you what the Lord has done for me and how He has had mercy? I mean what a great phrase, “what He has done for me and how He has had mercy. I mean He could have mercy on you too.” Close with me in prayer. Lord, thank you for the time we've had to study in Mark 5:1-20. Thank you for what the text shows us about your infinite power and thank you for your kindness to us, weak sinners. I thank you for your gentleness and meekness and humbly acceding to the wishes of unbelieving townspeople who want you to leave. But I thank you for your wisdom in sending this single man out in Mark's gospel, this single man to go win his family. Lord, give us opportunities to share the gospel this week, help us to be bold, perhaps even tell this story and see what people think. But Lord give us opportunities to win the lost in Jesus name. Amen.

Dane Baptiste Questions Everything
Episode 174 Edd Hedges: Can Love Last A Lifetime? (Live from Wilderness Festival)

Dane Baptiste Questions Everything

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022 54:33


Welcome to Dane Baptiste Questions Everything, a podcast where comedian Dane Baptiste, producer Howard Cohen and a special guest take turns posing questions that just need answering. On episode 174 we are live from Wilderness Festival! This episode is soundtracked by our fantastic live audience and Sophie Ellis-Bextor who performing in the distance. We are joined by Edd Hedges aka the nicest guy in comedy, who brings the golden question "Can Love Last A Lifetime?" In the words of Edd Hedges himself: "This is one to listen to alone."Please rate and review us on Apple Podcasts and beyond. #QuestionEverything @DBQEPodcastDane Baptiste Questions Everything, this has been an Insanity Podcasts production.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/danebaptistequestionseverything. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Singletrack
David Hedges | 2022 UTMB Pre-Race Interview

Singletrack

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2022 14:58 Very Popular


David Hedges is a professional trail runner for Norda and Satisfy Running based in Intervale, NH preparing for the 2022 UTMB.Sponsors:This episode is brought to you by Gnarly Nutrition. Use code Singletrack20 at checkout to get 20% off your next order.Timestamps:(1:27) - whether 2021 and 2022 should be considered "breakout" years in his evolution as an ultrarunner(2:32) - moving to the French Alps for the entire 2022 summer in order to prepare for UTMB(5:19) - opportunities to train with fellow American elite ultrarunners in the leadup to UTMB, wisdom imparted, lessons learned(6:41) - training philosophy, being a "big volume" runner(9:58) - strengths on the UTMB course, expectations on race day(10:57) - whether he will have similar "tunnel vision" for future racesLinks:Follow David on InstagramAdditional Episodes You May Enjoy:#111 - Tim Tollefson | 2022 UTMB Pre-Race Interview#110 - David Laney | 2022 UTMB Pre-Race Interview#109 - Jim Walmsley | 2022 UTMB Pre-Race InterviewSupport the show

Scotland Outdoors
Hydro, Hedges and Drought

Scotland Outdoors

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2022 82:50


Stories from Scotland's Great Outdoors with Mark Stephen and Euan McIlwraith

Buck's Beat
The Buck Belue Show (08.19.2022)

Buck's Beat

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 41:11


Hear "The Buck Belue Show" every weekday morning from 10-11a on 680 The Fan and 93.7 FM, the 680 The Fan App available on Apple and Android, with your Smart Speaker by saying Alexa or wherever you get and listen to your favorite podcast! Get the latest on Georgia sports, newsmakers, and more! Buck's BIG Take Braves had their biggest win of the season last night! We hear from Manager Brian Snitker and Pitcher Max Fried What's Poppin' hitting some of the top stories, news and rumors around the world of sports and beyond including Falcons, Dawgs, High School Football, PGA and more Chip Towers, Georgia Bulldog Reporter for AJC, talks his recent trip out to Oregon to meet with Ducks Head Coach Dan Lanning, where he sees the Ducks could have an edge over Georgia, Georgia v Florida being played in Jacksonville and more Chop It Up presented by Haug Law Group Marcel Ozuna news breaking and Braves beat Mets and start prep for Astros Buck's College Football Nuggets presented by Ace Hardware Looks like Auburn has found their QB Georgia Bulldog Roundtable presented by Georgia's Own Credit Union, Haug Law Group, Georgia Pack and Load, AAA and Attorney Ken Nugent The countdown to Georgia vs Oregon in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game is on! We are 15 days away and we hear Scott Howard with a call #15 Marlon Brown against Ole Miss. Plus a positive update for a running back coming out yesterdays practice NFL Talk Watson, Tommy Nobis, Dan Reeves and more The Final Word The "Inside the Hedges" book signing tour continues See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Atlanta Braves
The Buck Belue Show (08.19.2022)

Atlanta Braves

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 41:11


Hear "The Buck Belue Show" every weekday morning from 10-11a on 680 The Fan and 93.7 FM, the 680 The Fan App available on Apple and Android, with your Smart Speaker by saying Alexa or wherever you get and listen to your favorite podcast! Get the latest on Georgia sports, newsmakers, and more! Buck's BIG Take Braves had their biggest win of the season last night! We hear from Manager Brian Snitker and Pitcher Max Fried What's Poppin' hitting some of the top stories, news and rumors around the world of sports and beyond including Falcons, Dawgs, High School Football, PGA and more Chip Towers, Georgia Bulldog Reporter for AJC, talks his recent trip out to Oregon to meet with Ducks Head Coach Dan Lanning, where he sees the Ducks could have an edge over Georgia, Georgia v Florida being played in Jacksonville and more Chop It Up presented by Haug Law Group Marcel Ozuna news breaking and Braves beat Mets and start prep for Astros Buck's College Football Nuggets presented by Ace Hardware Looks like Auburn has found their QB Georgia Bulldog Roundtable presented by Georgia's Own Credit Union, Haug Law Group, Georgia Pack and Load, AAA and Attorney Ken Nugent The countdown to Georgia vs Oregon in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game is on! We are 15 days away and we hear Scott Howard with a call #15 Marlon Brown against Ole Miss. Plus a positive update for a running back coming out yesterdays practice NFL Talk Watson, Tommy Nobis, Dan Reeves and more The Final Word The "Inside the Hedges" book signing tour continues See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Georgia Bulldogs
The Buck Belue Show (08.19.2022)

Georgia Bulldogs

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 41:11


Hear "The Buck Belue Show" every weekday morning from 10-11a on 680 The Fan and 93.7 FM, the 680 The Fan App available on Apple and Android, with your Smart Speaker by saying Alexa or wherever you get and listen to your favorite podcast! Get the latest on Georgia sports, newsmakers, and more! Buck's BIG Take Braves had their biggest win of the season last night! We hear from Manager Brian Snitker and Pitcher Max Fried What's Poppin' hitting some of the top stories, news and rumors around the world of sports and beyond including Falcons, Dawgs, High School Football, PGA and more Chip Towers, Georgia Bulldog Reporter for AJC, talks his recent trip out to Oregon to meet with Ducks Head Coach Dan Lanning, where he sees the Ducks could have an edge over Georgia, Georgia v Florida being played in Jacksonville and more Chop It Up presented by Haug Law Group Marcel Ozuna news breaking and Braves beat Mets and start prep for Astros Buck's College Football Nuggets presented by Ace Hardware Looks like Auburn has found their QB Georgia Bulldog Roundtable presented by Georgia's Own Credit Union, Haug Law Group, Georgia Pack and Load, AAA and Attorney Ken Nugent The countdown to Georgia vs Oregon in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game is on! We are 15 days away and we hear Scott Howard with a call #15 Marlon Brown against Ole Miss. Plus a positive update for a running back coming out yesterdays practice NFL Talk Watson, Tommy Nobis, Dan Reeves and more The Final Word The "Inside the Hedges" book signing tour continues See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Medical Money
#47A- Insurance Update 2022 with Graeme Hedges

Medical Money

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 23:38


Today's Guest: Graeme Hedges- Insurance & Financial AdvisorEmail: graeme@hedges-assetplanning.comPhone: 1800 INVEST (or 08 8267 2000)Website: https://hedges-assetplanning.com/In October 2022 another round of changes is happening to income protection insurance policies . Yes, that's just weeks away.This episode is divided into 2 parts for easier listening.47atypes of personal insurance income protectionlife total and permanent disabilitytraumaneedle stickchanges to income protection policies since 2020upcoming income protection changes in October 202247bthe process of getting an insurance policyown occupation vs any occupationlevel premiums vs stepped premiumsreviewing an existing policyways to reduce your policy premiumslistener questions answered

Georgia Bulldogs
The Buck Belue Show (08.18.2022)

Georgia Bulldogs

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 41:07


Hear "The Buck Belue Show" every weekday morning from 10-11a on 680 The Fan and 93.7 FM, the 680 The Fan App available on Apple and Android, with your Smart Speaker by saying Alexa or wherever you get and listen to your favorite podcast! Get the latest on Georgia sports, newsmakers, and more! Buck's BIG Take the streak ends but Max Fried is back to save the day! Ben Ingram, Voice of the Atlanta Braves, joins Buck to talk about the latest additions to the club, the current series against the Mets, looking ahead to the Astros and more Quarterback Club get your shades on as Buck gives an indepth look at Georgia QB Stetson Bennett College Football Top 5 presented by Ace Hardware hitting some of the top storylines, rumors and news around college football in the "Deep South" Georgia Bulldog Roundtable presented by Georgia's Own Credit Union, Haug Law Group, Georgia Pack and Load, AAA and Attorney Ken Nugent The countdown to Georgia vs Oregon in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game is on! We are 16 days away and we hear Larry Munson and Scott Howard with a calls around #16 Kirby Smart the player and the Head Coach. Plus the biggest concern for Buck as the season approaches is this position group Chop It Up presented by Haug Law Group Grossman has been a boost to the Braves. Another great job by Alex Anthopoulos and we hear from both Manager Brian Snitker and Robbie himself Buck's College Football Nuggets presented by Ace Hardware big news coming down for the Big 10 on a very lucrative media deal  The Final Word The "Inside the Hedges" book signing tour continues See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Atlanta Braves
The Buck Belue Show (08.18.2022)

Atlanta Braves

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 41:07


Hear "The Buck Belue Show" every weekday morning from 10-11a on 680 The Fan and 93.7 FM, the 680 The Fan App available on Apple and Android, with your Smart Speaker by saying Alexa or wherever you get and listen to your favorite podcast! Get the latest on Georgia sports, newsmakers, and more! Buck's BIG Take the streak ends but Max Fried is back to save the day! Ben Ingram, Voice of the Atlanta Braves, joins Buck to talk about the latest additions to the club, the current series against the Mets, looking ahead to the Astros and more Quarterback Club get your shades on as Buck gives an indepth look at Georgia QB Stetson Bennett College Football Top 5 presented by Ace Hardware hitting some of the top storylines, rumors and news around college football in the "Deep South" Georgia Bulldog Roundtable presented by Georgia's Own Credit Union, Haug Law Group, Georgia Pack and Load, AAA and Attorney Ken Nugent The countdown to Georgia vs Oregon in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game is on! We are 16 days away and we hear Larry Munson and Scott Howard with a calls around #16 Kirby Smart the player and the Head Coach. Plus the biggest concern for Buck as the season approaches is this position group Chop It Up presented by Haug Law Group Grossman has been a boost to the Braves. Another great job by Alex Anthopoulos and we hear from both Manager Brian Snitker and Robbie himself Buck's College Football Nuggets presented by Ace Hardware big news coming down for the Big 10 on a very lucrative media deal  The Final Word The "Inside the Hedges" book signing tour continues See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Buck's Beat
The Buck Belue Show (08.18.2022)

Buck's Beat

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 41:07


Hear "The Buck Belue Show" every weekday morning from 10-11a on 680 The Fan and 93.7 FM, the 680 The Fan App available on Apple and Android, with your Smart Speaker by saying Alexa or wherever you get and listen to your favorite podcast! Get the latest on Georgia sports, newsmakers, and more! Buck's BIG Take the streak ends but Max Fried is back to save the day! Ben Ingram, Voice of the Atlanta Braves, joins Buck to talk about the latest additions to the club, the current series against the Mets, looking ahead to the Astros and more Quarterback Club get your shades on as Buck gives an indepth look at Georgia QB Stetson Bennett College Football Top 5 presented by Ace Hardware hitting some of the top storylines, rumors and news around college football in the "Deep South" Georgia Bulldog Roundtable presented by Georgia's Own Credit Union, Haug Law Group, Georgia Pack and Load, AAA and Attorney Ken Nugent The countdown to Georgia vs Oregon in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game is on! We are 16 days away and we hear Larry Munson and Scott Howard with a calls around #16 Kirby Smart the player and the Head Coach. Plus the biggest concern for Buck as the season approaches is this position group Chop It Up presented by Haug Law Group Grossman has been a boost to the Braves. Another great job by Alex Anthopoulos and we hear from both Manager Brian Snitker and Robbie himself Buck's College Football Nuggets presented by Ace Hardware big news coming down for the Big 10 on a very lucrative media deal  The Final Word The "Inside the Hedges" book signing tour continues See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Medical Money
47B- Insurance Update 2022 with Graeme Hedges

Medical Money

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 38:58


Today's Guest: Graeme Hedges- Insurance & Financial AdvisorEmail: graeme@hedges-assetplanning.comPhone: 1800 INVEST (or 08 8267 2000)Website: https://hedges-assetplanning.com/In October 2022 another round of changes is happening to income protection insurance policies . This episode is divided into 2 parts for easier listening.47atypes of personal insurance income protectionlife total and permanent disabilitytraumaneedle stickchanges to income protection policies since 2020upcoming income protection changes in October 202247bthe process of getting an insurance policyown occupation vs any occupationlevel premiums vs stepped premiumsreviewing an existing policyways to reduce your policy premiumslistener questions answered

Buck's Beat
The Buck Belue Show (08.17.2022)

Buck's Beat

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 39:37


Hear "The Buck Belue Show" every weekday morning from 10-11a on 680 The Fan and 93.7 FM, the 680 The Fan App available on Apple and Android, with your Smart Speaker by saying Alexa or wherever you get and listen to your favorite podcast! Get the latest on Georgia sports, newsmakers, and more! Buck's BIG Take Braves continue their hot streak Chop It Up presented by Haug Law Group Michael Harris II cashes in! The Mort Report presented by Atlanta Painting Company 680 The Fan NFL Insider Chris Mortensen talks the latest news, rumors and storylines from around the NFL Buck's College Football Nuggets presented by Ace Hardware great news coming down for the City of Atlanta  Georgia Bulldog Roundtable presented by Georgia's Own Credit Union, Haug Law Group, Georgia Pack and Load, AAA and Attorney Ken Nugent The countdown to Georgia vs Oregon in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game is on! We are 17 days away and we hear Scott Howard with a call from the 2021 National Championship season against rival Florida involving #18 Nakobe Dean. Plus Georgia Men's Basketball Coach Mike White joined Buck to talk about finally getting to get out on the court and work with his team this summer, what he feels will be the strength of his team, the recent release of the non conference basketball schedule for the Men's program and more Max Scherzer vs the Braves the numbers for the Braves vs this MLB Ace may surprise you The Final Word The "Inside the Hedges" book signing tour continues See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Georgia Bulldogs
The Buck Belue Show (08.17.2022)

Georgia Bulldogs

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 39:37


Hear "The Buck Belue Show" every weekday morning from 10-11a on 680 The Fan and 93.7 FM, the 680 The Fan App available on Apple and Android, with your Smart Speaker by saying Alexa or wherever you get and listen to your favorite podcast! Get the latest on Georgia sports, newsmakers, and more! Buck's BIG Take Braves continue their hot streak Chop It Up presented by Haug Law Group Michael Harris II cashes in! The Mort Report presented by Atlanta Painting Company 680 The Fan NFL Insider Chris Mortensen talks the latest news, rumors and storylines from around the NFL Buck's College Football Nuggets presented by Ace Hardware great news coming down for the City of Atlanta  Georgia Bulldog Roundtable presented by Georgia's Own Credit Union, Haug Law Group, Georgia Pack and Load, AAA and Attorney Ken Nugent The countdown to Georgia vs Oregon in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game is on! We are 17 days away and we hear Scott Howard with a call from the 2021 National Championship season against rival Florida involving #18 Nakobe Dean. Plus Georgia Men's Basketball Coach Mike White joined Buck to talk about finally getting to get out on the court and work with his team this summer, what he feels will be the strength of his team, the recent release of the non conference basketball schedule for the Men's program and more Max Scherzer vs the Braves the numbers for the Braves vs this MLB Ace may surprise you The Final Word The "Inside the Hedges" book signing tour continues See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Atlanta Braves
The Buck Belue Show (08.17.2022)

Atlanta Braves

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 39:37


Hear "The Buck Belue Show" every weekday morning from 10-11a on 680 The Fan and 93.7 FM, the 680 The Fan App available on Apple and Android, with your Smart Speaker by saying Alexa or wherever you get and listen to your favorite podcast! Get the latest on Georgia sports, newsmakers, and more! Buck's BIG Take Braves continue their hot streak Chop It Up presented by Haug Law Group Michael Harris II cashes in! The Mort Report presented by Atlanta Painting Company 680 The Fan NFL Insider Chris Mortensen talks the latest news, rumors and storylines from around the NFL Buck's College Football Nuggets presented by Ace Hardware great news coming down for the City of Atlanta  Georgia Bulldog Roundtable presented by Georgia's Own Credit Union, Haug Law Group, Georgia Pack and Load, AAA and Attorney Ken Nugent The countdown to Georgia vs Oregon in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game is on! We are 17 days away and we hear Scott Howard with a call from the 2021 National Championship season against rival Florida involving #18 Nakobe Dean. Plus Georgia Men's Basketball Coach Mike White joined Buck to talk about finally getting to get out on the court and work with his team this summer, what he feels will be the strength of his team, the recent release of the non conference basketball schedule for the Men's program and more Max Scherzer vs the Braves the numbers for the Braves vs this MLB Ace may surprise you The Final Word The "Inside the Hedges" book signing tour continues See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Atlanta Braves
The Buck Belue Show (08.16.2022)

Atlanta Braves

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 41:10


Hear "The Buck Belue Show" every weekday morning from 10-11a on 680 The Fan and 93.7 FM, the 680 The Fan App available on Apple and Android, with your Smart Speaker by saying Alexa or wherever you get and listen to your favorite podcast! Get the latest on Georgia sports, newsmakers, and more! Buck's BIG Take Braves KO the Mets in Game 1 and we hear from Manager Brian Snitker and P Spencer Strider Chop It Up presented by Haug Law Group Updates on Max Fried, Kyle Wright and Ozzie Albies Buck's College Football Nuggets presented by Ace Hardware Dawg Nations Mike Griffith talks the latest out of Athens including insight from the first scrimmage, disrespect to Herschel Walker and Georgia/Florida being played in Jacksonville College Football Bounce hitting some of the top stories in college football including  Auburn Tigers Tennessee Volunteers LSU Tigers Florida Gators Oregon Ducks Georgia Bulldog Roundtable presented by Georgia's Own Credit Union, Haug Law Group, Georgia Pack and Load, AAA and Attorney Ken Nugent The countdown to Georgia vs Oregon in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game is on! We are 18 days away and we hear Scott Howard call a long touchdown catch by #18 Isaac Nauta. Plus WR Jermaine Burton finally talks about his decision to leave Georgia for Alabama. Atlanta Falcons WR room is in a rebuild too even if the origination doesn't like that word The Final Word The "Inside the Hedges" book signing tour continues See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Buck's Beat
The Buck Belue Show (08.16.2022)

Buck's Beat

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 41:10


Hear "The Buck Belue Show" every weekday morning from 10-11a on 680 The Fan and 93.7 FM, the 680 The Fan App available on Apple and Android, with your Smart Speaker by saying Alexa or wherever you get and listen to your favorite podcast! Get the latest on Georgia sports, newsmakers, and more! Buck's BIG Take Braves KO the Mets in Game 1 and we hear from Manager Brian Snitker and P Spencer Strider Chop It Up presented by Haug Law Group Updates on Max Fried, Kyle Wright and Ozzie Albies Buck's College Football Nuggets presented by Ace Hardware Dawg Nations Mike Griffith talks the latest out of Athens including insight from the first scrimmage, disrespect to Herschel Walker and Georgia/Florida being played in Jacksonville College Football Bounce hitting some of the top stories in college football including  Auburn Tigers Tennessee Volunteers LSU Tigers Florida Gators Oregon Ducks Georgia Bulldog Roundtable presented by Georgia's Own Credit Union, Haug Law Group, Georgia Pack and Load, AAA and Attorney Ken Nugent The countdown to Georgia vs Oregon in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game is on! We are 18 days away and we hear Scott Howard call a long touchdown catch by #18 Isaac Nauta. Plus WR Jermaine Burton finally talks about his decision to leave Georgia for Alabama. Atlanta Falcons WR room is in a rebuild too even if the origination doesn't like that word The Final Word The "Inside the Hedges" book signing tour continues See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Georgia Bulldogs
The Buck Belue Show (08.16.2022)

Georgia Bulldogs

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 41:10


Hear "The Buck Belue Show" every weekday morning from 10-11a on 680 The Fan and 93.7 FM, the 680 The Fan App available on Apple and Android, with your Smart Speaker by saying Alexa or wherever you get and listen to your favorite podcast! Get the latest on Georgia sports, newsmakers, and more! Buck's BIG Take Braves KO the Mets in Game 1 and we hear from Manager Brian Snitker and P Spencer Strider Chop It Up presented by Haug Law Group Updates on Max Fried, Kyle Wright and Ozzie Albies Buck's College Football Nuggets presented by Ace Hardware Dawg Nations Mike Griffith talks the latest out of Athens including insight from the first scrimmage, disrespect to Herschel Walker and Georgia/Florida being played in Jacksonville College Football Bounce hitting some of the top stories in college football including  Auburn Tigers Tennessee Volunteers LSU Tigers Florida Gators Oregon Ducks Georgia Bulldog Roundtable presented by Georgia's Own Credit Union, Haug Law Group, Georgia Pack and Load, AAA and Attorney Ken Nugent The countdown to Georgia vs Oregon in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game is on! We are 18 days away and we hear Scott Howard call a long touchdown catch by #18 Isaac Nauta. Plus WR Jermaine Burton finally talks about his decision to leave Georgia for Alabama. Atlanta Falcons WR room is in a rebuild too even if the origination doesn't like that word The Final Word The "Inside the Hedges" book signing tour continues See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Cleveland Baseball Mornings: An Indians Fan Podcast
2022 Season Game 114 - Cleveland Guardians vs. Toronto Blue Jays (7-2 W)

Cleveland Baseball Mornings: An Indians Fan Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 26:55


It's Game 114 of the 2022 Season and the Cleveland Guardians take another series in this second half, beating the Toronto Blue Jays 7-2 in the finale. On today's show we're talking about Gausman's reverse splits, Bieber's Fastball velocity, Hedges getting some great bounces, and naming our MVP on the day. If you want to share your thoughts on the game or anything Cleveland baseball you can find me on Twitter @daveyberris, you can email the show ClevelandBaseballMornings@gmail.com, or leave a message on the anchor app and we'll play it back on the show. Merchandise is now available at https://clevelandbaseballmornings.myspreadshop.com/ for T-shirts, Hoodies, Coffee Mugs, and More!!! Now available on iHeart Radio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-cleveland-baseball-morning-70571254/ Now available on Amazon Music: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/17e3d70a-dd9e-4ed3-a6fc-2ef5d6f58bb8/Cleveland-Baseball-Mornings-An-Indians-Fan-Podcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/clevelandbaseballmornings/message

Buck's Beat
The Buck Belue Show (08.15.2022)

Buck's Beat

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 41:13


Hear "The Buck Belue Show" every weekday morning from 10-11a on 680 The Fan and 93.7 FM, the 680 The Fan App available on Apple and Android, with your Smart Speaker by saying Alexa or wherever you get and listen to your favorite podcast! Get the latest on Georgia sports, newsmakers, and more! Buck's BIG Take Braves have gotten back on track with a 6-game win streak Atlanta Falcons Curtain gets pulled back during preseason game Chop It Up presented by Haug Law Group Braves prepare for a big 4-game series at home against the division leading New York Mets  College Football Top 5 presented by Ace Hardware  Arian Smith injury Deep South Program on the rise? Latest on LSU QB competition Good ole Rocky Top Bulldog Standout during camp Georgia Bulldog Roundtable presented by Georgia's Own Credit Union, Haug Law Group, Georgia Pack and Load, AAA and Attorney Ken Nugent The countdown to Georgia vs Oregon in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game is on! We are 19 days away! 19 has been a great number for great players at Georgia, unable to pick one Georgia 19 we her from 3, Brock Bowers, Hines Ward and Scott Woerner Buck's College Football Nuggets presented by Ace Hardware injury strikes the Clemson Tigers during fall camp The Final Word The "Inside the Hedges" book signing tour continues See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Atlanta Braves
The Buck Belue Show (08.15.2022)

Atlanta Braves

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 41:13


Hear "The Buck Belue Show" every weekday morning from 10-11a on 680 The Fan and 93.7 FM, the 680 The Fan App available on Apple and Android, with your Smart Speaker by saying Alexa or wherever you get and listen to your favorite podcast! Get the latest on Georgia sports, newsmakers, and more! Buck's BIG Take Braves have gotten back on track with a 6-game win streak Atlanta Falcons Curtain gets pulled back during preseason game Chop It Up presented by Haug Law Group Braves prepare for a big 4-game series at home against the division leading New York Mets  College Football Top 5 presented by Ace Hardware  Arian Smith injury Deep South Program on the rise? Latest on LSU QB competition Good ole Rocky Top Bulldog Standout during camp Georgia Bulldog Roundtable presented by Georgia's Own Credit Union, Haug Law Group, Georgia Pack and Load, AAA and Attorney Ken Nugent The countdown to Georgia vs Oregon in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game is on! We are 19 days away! 19 has been a great number for great players at Georgia, unable to pick one Georgia 19 we her from 3, Brock Bowers, Hines Ward and Scott Woerner Buck's College Football Nuggets presented by Ace Hardware injury strikes the Clemson Tigers during fall camp The Final Word The "Inside the Hedges" book signing tour continues See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Buck's Beat
The Buck Belue Show (08.12.2022)

Buck's Beat

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 41:42


Hear "The Buck Belue Show" every weekday morning from 10-11a on 680 The Fan and 93.7 FM, the 680 The Fan App available on Apple and Android, with your Smart Speaker by saying Alexa or wherever you get and listen to your favorite podcast! Get the latest on Georgia sports, newsmakers, and more! Buck's BIG Take Braves have a 50 game race to the finish line that starts tonight in Miami What's Poppin' a quick hitting look around some of the top storylines, news and rumors in the world of sports and beyond Chop It Up presented by Haug Law Group as the Braves head down the 2nd half of the season they must do this when it comes to their NL East Rivals Buck Belue Show Top 5 presented by Ace Hardware a quick hitting look around some of the top storylines, news and rumors in the world of sports Georgia Bulldog Roundtable presented by Georgia's Own Credit Union, Haug Law Group, Georgia Pack and Load, AAA and Attorney Ken Nugent The countdown to Georgia vs Oregon in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game is on! We are 22 days away and we hear Larry Munson with a great call for #22 Olandis Gary. Plus Georgia OC Todd Monken met with the media yesterday and talked about his offense. Buck's College Football Nuggets presented by Ace Hardware one of the best QB competitions in all of college football is happening under Brian Kelly down in Baton Rouge The Final Word The "Inside the Hedges" book signing tour continues See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Atlanta Braves
The Buck Belue Show (08.12.2022)

Atlanta Braves

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 41:42


Hear "The Buck Belue Show" every weekday morning from 10-11a on 680 The Fan and 93.7 FM, the 680 The Fan App available on Apple and Android, with your Smart Speaker by saying Alexa or wherever you get and listen to your favorite podcast! Get the latest on Georgia sports, newsmakers, and more! Buck's BIG Take Braves have a 50 game race to the finish line that starts tonight in Miami What's Poppin' a quick hitting look around some of the top storylines, news and rumors in the world of sports and beyond Chop It Up presented by Haug Law Group as the Braves head down the 2nd half of the season they must do this when it comes to their NL East Rivals Buck Belue Show Top 5 presented by Ace Hardware a quick hitting look around some of the top storylines, news and rumors in the world of sports Georgia Bulldog Roundtable presented by Georgia's Own Credit Union, Haug Law Group, Georgia Pack and Load, AAA and Attorney Ken Nugent The countdown to Georgia vs Oregon in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game is on! We are 22 days away and we hear Larry Munson with a great call for #22 Olandis Gary. Plus Georgia OC Todd Monken met with the media yesterday and talked about his offense. Buck's College Football Nuggets presented by Ace Hardware one of the best QB competitions in all of college football is happening under Brian Kelly down in Baton Rouge The Final Word The "Inside the Hedges" book signing tour continues See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Atlanta Braves
The Buck Belue Show (08.11.2022)

Atlanta Braves

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 40:50


Hear "The Buck Belue Show" every weekday morning from 10-11a on 680 The Fan and 93.7 FM, the 680 The Fan App available on Apple and Android, with your Smart Speaker by saying Alexa or wherever you get and listen to your favorite podcast! Get the latest on Georgia sports, newsmakers, and more! Buck's BIG Take all about a BIG debut for the newest Braves, Vaughn Grissom and we hear from both Vaughn and Manager Brain Snitker Buck's College Football Nuggets presented by Ace Hardware both the LSU Tigers and Auburn Tigers have QB competitions going on in camp as the season quickly approaches  Chop It Up presented by Haug Law Group Good thing Brain Snitker did not listen to Buck about Marcel Ozuna and Kirby Yates comes back strong Quarterback Club get your shades out! A look a Wake Forest QB Sam Hartman Georgia Bulldog Roundtable presented by Georgia's Own Credit Union, Haug Law Group, Georgia Pack and Load, AAA and Attorney Ken Nugent The countdown to Georgia vs Oregon in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game is on! We are 23 days away and we hear Larry Munson with a famous call of a game ending interception from #23 Tim Jennings. Plus Buck feels this player is the most versatile player for the Bulldogs for the upcoming season. Atlanta Falcons Preseason gets kicked off in Detroit against the Lions, what should you watch for? The Final Word The "Inside the Hedges" signing tour continues with a stop in Buckhead at Irby's Tavern See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Before The Hedges
5-star Georgia CB commit AJ Harris shares why he's a 'Dawg | Before the Hedges

Before The Hedges

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 48:05


5-star CB commit AJ Harris joined the show live on the most recent episode of "Before the Hedges" on DawgNation.com. Not only is Harris the highest-rated commitment in the current class, he's also one of the. most well-spoken young men one will ever come across. Harris sat in with "Hedges" and covered a lot of ground, including the following topics: -- Why Samuel M'Pemba would be such a good fit in Athens? -- What does he think about the recent decommitment of 4-star DL Tomarrion Parker? Would Parker be a good fit at UGA? -- Why was Fran Brown so crucial to his decision? -- Would he rather see Georgia-Florida in Jacksonville or on a home-and-home basis? You can catch "Before the Hedges" live every Wednesday at 8 PM on the DawgNation Facebook, Twitter and YouTube pages. "Hedges" also now streams live every Wednesday on the DawgNation.com home page.

Buck's Beat
The Buck Belue Show (08.11.2022)

Buck's Beat

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 40:50


Hear "The Buck Belue Show" every weekday morning from 10-11a on 680 The Fan and 93.7 FM, the 680 The Fan App available on Apple and Android, with your Smart Speaker by saying Alexa or wherever you get and listen to your favorite podcast! Get the latest on Georgia sports, newsmakers, and more! Buck's BIG Take all about a BIG debut for the newest Braves, Vaughn Grissom and we hear from both Vaughn and Manager Brain Snitker Buck's College Football Nuggets presented by Ace Hardware both the LSU Tigers and Auburn Tigers have QB competitions going on in camp as the season quickly approaches  Chop It Up presented by Haug Law Group Good thing Brain Snitker did not listen to Buck about Marcel Ozuna and Kirby Yates comes back strong Quarterback Club get your shades out! A look a Wake Forest QB Sam Hartman Georgia Bulldog Roundtable presented by Georgia's Own Credit Union, Haug Law Group, Georgia Pack and Load, AAA and Attorney Ken Nugent The countdown to Georgia vs Oregon in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game is on! We are 23 days away and we hear Larry Munson with a famous call of a game ending interception from #23 Tim Jennings. Plus Buck feels this player is the most versatile player for the Bulldogs for the upcoming season. Atlanta Falcons Preseason gets kicked off in Detroit against the Lions, what should you watch for? The Final Word The "Inside the Hedges" signing tour continues with a stop in Buckhead at Irby's Tavern See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.