Growing up in East San Jose, hearing the phrase "Neighborhood Watch" had a different meaning. It meant watching out for one another. Yet in some cases, it meant watching out for the cops. Today on the show, we take you back to my college days when a FACO commented why he thought crime was high in the area where I grew up. His comment led me to explain what Neighborhood Watch means in Eastside San Jose. I also tell you a story of what led to me getting slapped and what came of that day. But more importantly, we end with why I think tacos come with two tortillas! TAQUOTE: "In our neighborhood, once we were accepted, once the taco truck became a fixture in our driveway, everyone seemed to have our back." If you've not heard of Clubhouse (a new Social Network), you should consider joining. But if you are on Clubhouse, please join our Club. It's called Taco Culture Club, and you can also find me at my handle - @10ktacos Download the app here Clubhouse (now open to Android users also). Please join go to www.tenthousandtacos.com or www.10ktacos.com - to our mailing list for the latest updates and be the first to be notified when we start offering merchandise – to help support the show. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter - @10ktacos Please let us know what you think of the show by sending us a note - email@example.com
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Are Americans finally waking up to the disastrous results of government overreach? The Mises Institute's Jeff Deist joins David Gornoski to offer his insights on the latest news such as the disruption of the global supply chain, why inflation is government policy, Joe Rogan's confrontation with CNN's Sanjay Gupta, the gaslighting from the corporate press, and how freedom finds a way. Visit the A Neighbor's Choice website at aneighborschoice.com
David Gornoski begins the segment by responding to a listener's email on what type of foods we can avoid to reduce vegetable oil consumption. Plus, physicist Dr. Weiping Yu joins David to comment on the latest science news. What is the "extraordinary" unknown radio signal that Astronomers have discovered coming from the Milky Way? Is there a fifth fundamental force of nature? Listen to the full segment to find out and more. Visit A Neighbor's Choice website at aneighborschoice.com
What's happening to the global supply chain? Is the post-pandemic disruption and inflation part of the Great Reset? Joining David Gornoski for this episode is John Zmirak, author and editor at the Stream. David and John Zmirak talk about why atheism is a con game and why it destroys the possibility of knowledge; how global totalitarianism follows the rejection of a higher reality; the scapegoating of dissidents; and more. Visit A Neighbor's Choice at aneighborschoice.com
Broan-NuTone believes that better quality air means a better quality of life. They lead the industry with forward-thinking residential ventilation products, customized climate and indoor air quality solutions that are all backed up by award-winning customer service. Headquartered in Hartford, Wisconsin, Broan-NuTone employs over 2,500 people around the world. Dave Jones has been a marketer and brand manager for over 11 years. He has worked in the indoor air quality business at Broan-NuTone for the last 4 years. Dave leads B2C and B2B marketing communication initiatives including consumer audience development, brand management, messaging development, advertising, public relations, social media, event marketing and sponsorships. On this episode of ICONIC Hour, Dave joins Renee Dee to share his insights on how we can all make our homes healthier and more sustainable as part of our Net Zero ICONIC Home conversation. We invite you to SUBSCRIBE! You can find ICONIC LIFE on our website, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest. Follow Renee on Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, & Clubhouse. Net Zero ICONIC Home Partners: Construction Instruction, AFT Construction, Cosan Studio, K&Q Interiors, Refined Gardens Sponsors: Avocado Green Brands, Circa Lighting, Elkay, Crestron, Solstice Stone, Neighbor, Renovation Angel, Interior Essentials, Arizona Fireplaces, Arizona Hardwood, Heat&Glo Fireplaces, Southwestern Mechanical Sales, Expressions Home Gallery, Sub-Zero Wolf & Cove, Pella Windows, Broan-NuTone For more, head to www.iconiclife.com/net-zero-iconic-home/ If you enjoyed today's podcast, I'd be so appreciative if you'd take two minutes to subscribe, rate and review ICONIC HOUR. It makes a huge difference for our growth. Thank you so much for supporting me to do what I do!
The Twenty Percent True Podcast Season 8: Magical Mysteries Episode 1: The Case of the Magical Neighbor Support the show: Patreon The blog: Twenty Percent True Twitter: @CaryAndTheHits Facebook: facebook.com/twentypercenttrue Music by Komiku
Hey y'all!!! Week two baby!! And it's a special episode today as I have my first ever guest. She's talented, smart, and (somewhat) funny, my neighbor, Oluchi!!! We discuss our favorite music, TV shows, and internet drama this week. I catch her up on the ridiculousness that is Riverdale and she tells me her top 5 songs from the past week. We also spill the tea on PRETTYMUCH, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, and Kim Kardashian, so stay tuned for a beefy episode. I'll see you soon!
What is a mannequin doing in a bed of Canada's "overwhelmed" hospitals? David Gornoski starts the show by explaining how the Fed's endless printing of money serves no one but the greedy corporatists and the political status quo. What is the data from Taiwan revealing about mandating medicine? Should we be content with our liberties being gradually taken away? What are the chances of Trump running again for President and what would it mean for the Republican party? Is peanut oil safe to consume? Visit A Neighbor's Choice website at aneighborschoice.com
Why do so many Twitter profiles claim to "resist" when they want you to comply without question? former WWE wrestler Glenn Jacobs asks. What are the latest developments in the Southwest Airlines pilots' strike? How do we salvage the rule of law from the passion of the crowd? Jason Jones, host of the Jason Jones Show, calls in to talk about these issues as well as the latest Dave Chappelle Netflix special and more. Visit A Neighbor's Choice at aneighborschoice.com
Cassie's been in DEEP on the AITA (Am I The A*hole) thread on Reddit, and it's FASCINATING.It's a bunch of real-life scenarios people are in where they could EASILY be the a*hole, but maybe – just maybe – once you hear all the details, you'll understand it a little better and they won't be SO much of an a*hole! Or maybe not.Up today: Their neighbor's tree was spreading into their yard. It was so bad that their daughter tripped on the roots and broke her wrist.So what did he do? Cut the roots of the tree, and his neighbor is PISSED! Does this make him an a*hole? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/the-bert-show.
What would you do, when your dead neighbor dropped by to say "hi"? This episode we have a story all the way from United Kingdom that confessor shared with us on her experience about a surprise visit! Followed by an uncle that loves his place so much, even after he is gone, he still comes back to have a look! 3rd confession features a story which ends with a question, "is she from Myanmar?", leading to our Know Your Hantu which tells us a little bit more about an entity named Ma Phae Wah and a few more other spoooooooky confession.
David Gornoski starts the show with a reflection on the establishment's attempt to control what trends on social media. Join David as he reports on the latest news stories from around the country, including Florida's fight against government overreach; the futility of mandating medicine and nutrition; and more. Can diet reduce the symptoms of bipolar disorder? How do we handle the social pressure of seed oil consumption? Listen to the full episode for Tucker Goodrich's answers to these questions. Check out Tucker Goodrich's blog at yelling-stop.blogspot.com Visit A Neighbor's Choice website at aneighborschoice.com
Jim Babka, the president of DownsizeDC.org and a friend of the show, joins David Gornoski to talk about the Southwest Airlines strike, why young Americans are not going to work, the dominance of the market by crony capitalism; and more. Also in the show, James Kourtides of the Rooster's Crow podcast calls in to talk about the labor shortages, the Fauci movie reception, whether we are close to the apocalypse, and more. Check out James Kourtides' YouTube channel here. Visit A Neighbor's Choice at aneighborschoice.com
The Parade was cancelled- but the celebrations go on! Enjoy our panel conversation featuring Pastor Hannah Kardon, Blanche DoBoys, and Shea Evangelipstix during our All UVC Drag Worship service at Wicker Park! This week, continue celebrating all of who God made us to be! Malia (Shea Evangelipstix) is an Afro Latina American Transwomen native of Springfield, Illinois, that spent most of her life in Colorado Springs, Colorado. In 2015, Malia moved to Chicago. Being the oldest of four loved and loving children, Malia has developed a great appreciation and passion for helping others. Although Malia has many passions like performing Drag, singing,acting, making clothes, cosmetology, spending time with friends and family, crocheting, painting and drawing just to name a few. her most harbored and embraced passion is dance. It has been a lifelong dream of Malia to be the founder of her own liturgical dance company. She is in the very early stages of doing the hard ground work to build up her dance company and bring her dream and purpose of changing the world and building the kingdom of God through Dance. PP: $rytheminfaith Blanche DoBoys is a Chicago drag queen originally from rural Indiana. She is a performer who loves both lip-syncing, speaking, and live singing, as well as a designer who creates all her own looks and wigs. “Thank you so much for including me! I am so grateful to be in a church body that not only allows, but affirms and celebrates queerness and expression!” Instagram: @blanchedoboys. Venmo and Paypal: @BRJ97
Has Hollywood met its match? This week, we're talking about Squid Games, the new viral show tearing up the charts, and set to become the most successful show in Netflix history! What's the reason for this show's unexpected and sweeping success? What is it that has gripped the nation? And is this a sign of the future - more movies and shows outperforming American-made films in Hollywood? We discuss it all.Plus, John shares his recent unique finds from shopping local. From weird sauces to candy, records to small-shop coffee, one trip earned him a lot of personal pleasures. And it all came from shopping local, and supporting local businesses. And you should do the same! We discuss it all, and much more on this week's episode. Join the discussion!Follow us:FacebookInstagramYouTubeOfficial WebsiteSupport the show (https://www.nosignalrocks.com/the-catchup-podcast/)
The Peaches is pretty distracted, as it's almost lunchtime and the whole family is gathering after church. John reads some mail from a Neighbor who regrets learning how comedy is made... Sometimes accepting the truth requires a full grief cycle. Next, John shares a quote from a preacher asking for help engaging the young families who have started coming to his church. (Specifically, the preacher wants "doctrinally sound" videos and other resources to share with the newcomers.) Why is John being so hyper-critical this week?! John's point: church leaders already should have doctrinally sound resources in their possession--whether they have new families visiting or not. Amanda's point: many church leaders have been told it's right and proper to defer to "the experts" when it comes to dispensing resources. We live in a culture that values outsourced knowledge more than homemade tools. For whatever reason, we think it lends a certain credibility when we can share a well-produced video made by SOMEONE ELSE, rather than creating something of our own. Pause. John needs to go get a drink before he chokes to death. Okay, now he wants the Peaches to tell the story of the tomato in the toaster. But first, we need to pause again to retrieve the pizza. When we finally resume recording again, it has been a couple of hours. (We can't keep secrets from you, Pkarlgh!) But we eventually get around to discussing the tomato in the toaster. Collin, who's seven-years-old, is starting to show signs of maturity, and we are optimistic he's going to be a free-thinking adult some day! This reminds us of great advice from Pastor Doug Wilson: give your kids FEWER rules. Make the principles broad, and trust the children to be smart enough to reason for themselves. And that's pretty much a wrap, Pkarlgh!
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The Mises Institute's Tho Bishop joins David Gornoski to talk about the "Let's go Brandon" meme; the real agenda behind the Facebook "whistleblower;" the possibility of an alliance between libertarians and populists in battling government overreach and Big Tech censorship; and more. Visit the A Neighbor's Choice website at aneighborschoice.com
It's time for Science and U and Dr. Weiping Yu returns with another refreshing analysis of the latest science news. Is transmutation of elements possible? If transmutation is possible, how can it be used to solve the climate crisis? To what extent is magnetism ingrained into the nature of the cosmos? Listen to the full segment for Dr. Yu's answers to these questions and more. Visit A Neighbor's Choice website at aneighborschoice.com
Why is Joe Biden always reading scripts in front of a White House set? Is the Biden administration creating an illusion of democracy? Join David Gornoski as he looks at these issues and offers his analysis. David is joined by A Neighbor's Choice writer John Dasgupta who talks about the tension between China and Taiwan; why we should consider Jesus' nonviolent option; why censorship doesn't work, especially when it comes to science; and more. Visit A Neighbor's Choice at aneighborschoice.com
A few weeks ago, I was in a contraption with a few folks my age and older who were voicing concerns about all the “information” kids get online. During that conversation, statistics were thrown around about how much data we're subject to. Apparently, every person creates something like 1.7 MB of data every second, which amounted to 2.5 quintillion data bytes per day. ThatIsA Lot At some point, someone said something about kids knowing too much. I don't remember the exact phrase but it was something along the lines of “it's just too much information. They're overwhelmed.” That.. gave me pause. Something about it rang true, but not entirely. You see, I wonder if the hang-up here isn't that there's too much to know; I wonder if it's that I feel responsible for caring about all of it... or even too much of it. And saying I don't care about everything can be a slightly troublesome thing to say. Because “everything” is a very long list and it includes things you might think are REALLY vital; maybe even essential. So, as I confess my limitation of care, I just might be telling you that I don't care about the things you care about the way you care about them or to the same depth… and now… now we might have a problem. And that… that's overwhelming; to feel like I have to overextend my care or even pretend to overextend my care in order to remain true to my tribe. What if I care about the hungry teens in Pleasant Hill / Martinez, CA who are sleeping in cars around the corner from their local HS instead of at home so they know they can get to school on time … but my heart isn't drawn to the clean water crisis in Sub-Saharan Africa?What if I spend the lion's share of my charitable, care time and energy in the area of child exploitation and human trafficking and, because I do, I don't know enough about trans persons or biology or the science in the mix? What if I don't care about what you care about? And what if it scares me to tell you that? What if it's not the amount of information available to us. What if it's the degree of responsibility we feel we have to have for that information; I don't have the time or energy or the resources to effectively and consistently care for more than a few things. That's just true… and I know it's true. I also know it's true that there are absences on (or from) my care list that have been disappointing to more than a few people. And that's been a point of stress at times; Moving the question from “what do I care about?”To “what should I care about?”Author and Missiologist Michael Frost gets a lot of questions that basically boil down to the question of care. Because he's in the field of teaching religious-minded about responsible “mission,” he regularly converses with folks who are searching the world around them for urgent needs to fill so that they can participate in the Grand Work of Redemption and Restoration. Rather than prescribe to folks attention to “that which matters most,” Michael turns the question towards people To whom are you called? Who will go with you? Michael redirects issue-focused conversations to the people whose actual, human, soft, and precious lives are affected, altered, damaged, or saved; the people whose fundamental value is the foundation of value for any and every “issue” or idea in all of human history. This is why I have been so richly blessed by David Dark's commitment to Reality. It is her complex and sacred humanity that is David's doorway into care for issues and ideas like criminal justice, responsible citizenship, and a more comprehensive expression of what it means to be “Pro-Life.” “To love a person” David has written, “is to love a process.” Yes. Also, to love a person is to enter into a world full of ideas and dilemmas and issues, but to find them in their proper context; encased in the soft, impermanent flesh of humanity.So…What if we're not so much overwhelmed by the amount of information available to us; what if we're simply distracted by it. And in our distraction, we lose touch with what enlivens us; what grounds us what makes any and all of the 2.5 quintillion daily data bytes worth a thing.That our hearts are not build to simply KNOW the world and those who live in it; we are built to care for the world and those who live in it…. So far as we are capable.
In this episode, David Gornoski is joined by John Dasgupta, a writer for A Neighbor's Choice, and the two discuss the state-hijacking of health institutions worldwide. David and John also talk about how the Gospel accounts gave rise to the universal concern for victims of violence; how this concern for victim is twisted by the state; how creativity and storytelling will help us reach the kingdom of God; and more. Visit A Neighbor's Choice website at aneighborschoice.com
David Gornoski starts the episode with some breakdown of the news coming in from around the country, many of which are related to growing authoritarianism in the pandemic. Have scientists come close to curing neuro-degenerating illnesses like dementia and alzheimers? Can Australia come back from the ever-increasing surveillance state? Should the government ban ideologies like CRT from spreading in schools and universities? Why is Sweden a step ahead from other countries in terms of properly handling the pandemic? Visit A Neighbor's Choice at aneighborschoice.com
Welcome to another episode of Action and Ambition. In today's episode, we are joined by the Co-Founders of Neighbor, Nick Arambula and Chris Lee. Nick's exposure to the furniture industry began at a young age, watching and later helping his mom build a furniture business while Chris was introduced to furniture building while managing a team of carpenters on a factory floor. Both became friends while working at Tuft & Needle and decided to combine their skills and shared values to launch Neighbors, a furniture company specializing in premium outdoor furniture and goods crafted for a long life outside with family, friends, and neighbors. Tune in to find out more on what inspired these friends to build their company from the ground up!
A trillion-dollar coin could be minted by the government at any time. Joining David Gornoski for this episode is Jon Croft who calls in to talk about the corruption scandal in New South Wales, Australia; critical race theory running amok in schools; lockdown tyranny around the world; and more. Also in the show, Tucker Goodrich joins David to talk about how breast cancer develops with seed oil consumption; the obesity problem in China; the social pressure of seed oil consumption; and more. Check out Tucker Goodrich's blog at yelling-stop.blogspot.com Visit A Neighbor's Choice website at aneighborschoice.com
What are Pfizer scientists saying about our natural immunity? How do we get out of the abusive relationship with government? How do we deal with the constant push by the government to break up families? Join David Gornoski as he reflects on these questions while also commenting on today's trend of "following your own bliss;" the lessons of "Citizen Kane;" and more. Also in the show, James Kourtides calls in to talk about how he was denied a life-saving product at a pharma store due to institutional misinformation. Subscribe to the Rooster's Crow podcast on YouTube. Visit A Neighbor's Choice at aneighborschoice.com
We hear your cases every weekday at 7:40am. Today's case, Brad has been trying to be nice and supportive of his newly divorced neighbor, but he might be getting too dependent! The neighbor comes over unannounced, expecting to be fed and is always unloading on Brad and his wife all about his Ex! How can Brad and his wife be supportive, but establish some boundaries? If you have a case you'd like to bring to Morning Court, contact us at WROR.com/Court All this and more on the ROR Morning Show with Bob Bronson, LBF, and Brian Podcast. Find more great podcasts at bPodStudios…The Place To Be For Podcast Discovery
What does it mean when the Bible says "God is love?" Are we islands unto ourselves or are we rooted in a transcendental source of community? Join David Gornoski as he reflects on these questions while also commenting on the need for empathy whilst navigating through the hate-filled news cycle of our time. Is unconditional love too good to be true? Is it possible to endure pain and still maintain love for our neighbors? Visit A Neighbor's Choice website at aneighborschoice.com
“Who is my neighbor?” is a question at the heart of our faith that Jesus uses to teach us about what it means to care for one another, love one another, and grow closer to God. In Chicago, with our history of redlining and segregation and deep neighborhood cultures, it's an especially provocative question. On Sunday, Pastor Emily spoke about our partnership this month with the #FoldedMapProject which invites us to understand ourselves not only as in the context of our own neighborhood, but also in relationship with neighborhoods across Chicago. How can we practice belonging to one another, carrying one another's burdens, calling people in - and expecting our community to do the same for us? Starting where we are, with what we have, is a great first step to reflecting God's love in our neighborhoods. . urbanvillagechurch.org
Thank you for joining us today! We are starting a new series called "Love Thy Neighbor." In part 1, Pastor Samuel shares that we need to love ourselves in the same exact framework and spirit that God loves us. If you haven't already, please rate and consider subscribing to this podcast.
Some people talk about change, other people make it happen. In this interview you'll feel Jahmal's passion, empathy and vision for Chicago and how all of us can make a lasting change right where we are.