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Travis Myrheim
Homily 26th Sunday Ordinary - Faith and miracles

Travis Myrheim

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 5:05


Luke 16:19-31. What did the poor man know? He saw God's miracles everywhere and had faith in God, not money.

Sermons at Portland Mennonite Church
'How to Do the Dishes: The Kingdom of God in Ordinary Tasks'

Sermons at Portland Mennonite Church

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 22:57


Sermon / Kristen Swartley 

Fr. Joe Dailey
Homily for Sunday Ordinary 26 C

Fr. Joe Dailey

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 10:30


The name Lazarus - in Hebrew “Eliezer” -  means “God helps.” Before Abraham had any sons, he had only one heir to his fortune: his steward, Eliezer. In Jewish tradition, Abraham's steward, Eliezer of Damascus, was an angel. Lazarus, sitting outside the gate of the rich man, was an angel in disguise.I have Mass at St. Andrew on Sunday September 25, 5 pmfrjoedailey@gmail.com

The Liturgy of the Hours: Sing the Hours
9.24.22 Vespers, Saturday Evening Prayer

The Liturgy of the Hours: Sing the Hours

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 15:35


Saturday Vespers I, Evening Prayer for the 26th Sunday in Ordinary, September 24th, 2022. Thanks for praying with us, for inquiries, requests, feedback, please email singthehours@gmail.com. Visit our website www.singthehours.org. To support this work, visit www.patreon.com/singthehours. or for direct support venmo @singthehours Deus in Adjutorium Hymn: "At the Lamb's High Feast We Sing" Psalm 119v105-112 Psalm 16 Canticle: Philippians 2v6-11 Reading: Colossians 1v2b-6a Responsory: From the rising of the sun to its setting, may the name of the Lord be praised. Magnificat: Luke 1v46-55 (English, tone 8) Intercessions: Lord, we trust in You. The Lord's Prayer Concluding Prayers The Liturgy of the Hours (Four Volumes), ©1974, International Commission on English in the Liturgy Corporation. All rights reserved. Readings and Old and New Testament Canticles (except the Gospel Canticles) are from the New American Bible © 1970 Confraternity of Christian Doctrine, Washington, D.C.

The Savage Nation Podcast
Trickle Down Tyranny: How Leftist Radicals Are Tyrannizing Ordinary Americans & How to Fight Back! (episode #480)

The Savage Nation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 55:38 Very Popular


The loss of a nation's pride cannot be restored. Biden has smashed the economy, demoralized the army, and gutted our pride. The media has enabled Biden and the Left to corrupt our nation from within. Savage recalls the ideological godfather of the new progressives Saul Alinsky and his Rules for Radicals; reads from his own Rules for Beating Radicals. Then, what will Putin do when his back is to the wall?  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

SomeOrdinaryPodcast
ASMR Has Gone Too Far (ft. Gibi) | Some Ordinary Podcast #40

SomeOrdinaryPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022


Gibi ASMR joins us to talk about weird YouTube content, what it's like being in the ASMR community, and videogames. A big thanks to our sponsor! Go to AdamandEve.com and use code: ORDINARY for 50% Off 1 Item + Free Shipping in the US & Canada (some exclusions apply).

Rebel News +
SHEILA GUNN REID | Rules for Radicals are also for normals

Rebel News +

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 50:14


Local residents have been turning up to municipal debates in the city of Ottawa to hammer the prospective mayoral candidates about the massive climate change spending plan in the nation's capital. Ordinary citizens are tasked with footing the bill so Ottawa politicians can pat themselves on the back for the difference they think they are making in the war on the weather with other people's money. The cost for Ottawa's climate plan is $53 billion for the city to hit net-zero emissions by 2050, which is estimated to levy a bill of $60,000 to every man, woman and child in the city. And the ratepayers want answers and accountability. The debates have turned into citizens demanding a cost-benefit analysis of climate policies and a social justice examination of the human cost of lithium batteries. The politicians have been caught flat-footed and exposed. Now debate organizers have begun to screen questions in advance to protect the politicians from prickly questions from the unwashed masses. Joining me tonight is Tom Harris from the International Climate Science Coalition. He explains what he has been seeing at the Ottawa debates and why he thinks it's been so effective at revealing just how clueless the climate cult is about their own ideas.

The Stoic Handbook by Jon Brooks
Stoic Gratitude Training: See the Magic of Reality to Find Awe in the Ordinary

The Stoic Handbook by Jon Brooks

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 12:16


Changing the Rules
E: 122 No Ordinary Soldier, My Father's Two Wars, Guest, Liz Williams

Changing the Rules

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 20:27


Transcription:Intro  00:04Welcome to Changing the Rules, a weekly podcast about people who are living their best lives and advice on how you can achieve that too. Join us with your lively host, Ray Lowe, better known as the luckiest guy in the world.Ray Loewe00:20Welcome, everybody. And thanks for joining us here at Changing the Rules. We're lucky enough this morning, we're sitting in our brand new podcast facilities in Willow Street, Pennsylvania, we have our super engineer Luke Cagno sitting here at the board. And he's the person who makes us sound good or not. So, I have to kind of behave when he's around because he can do damage to me. And we have a great guest today. But before we get into our guest, let me remind everybody that the luckiest people in the world, and that's what this podcast is all about, are people who take control of their own lives, redesign them to meet their own specs, and live them under their own terms. And the name of our show, Changing the Rules, is all about the fact that the luckiest people in the world managed to handle rules really well. You know, all our lives we're thrown new rules. Were given them by our parents when we're born. The church comes in and gives us rules. The schools give us rules, our jobs give us rules. And the next thing we know, we have rules all over the place and rules do two things. They tell us what we can't do and what we must do. And Steve Jobs, the Apple guy, the big Apple guy, came up with a statement a while ago and he said, you know, if you're living your life under somebody else's rules, you're not living your life. So we have a young lady today who is certainly changing the rules. She certainly has a fascinating life. And the real interesting kind of summary that I'm going to start with is that she's going to tell you that her life, all of her life was preparing her for a unique opportunity that she didn't know was going to come. But when it came, she had all the pieces together based on her life so that she was able to take advantage of an opportunity. So Liz Williams, welcome to changing the rules. Say hi to everybody.Liz Williams02:21Hi, thanks for having me, Ray.Ray Loewe02:23Okay, so let's start a little bit with your background as you grew up, where and how many family members did you have? Tell us a little bit about your background.Liz Williams02:33I grew up in the Philadelphia suburbs, which was a wonderful place to grow up. I had three sisters, two parents, my father worked nights, my mother worked a lot, and back in those days of the 50s and 60s, mothers didn't work that much. But she did work as a secretary. So I had two working parents, adored all my sisters. I lost my older sister, April, in 2008, which was a devastating blow but I still have two younger sisters. And it was a great place to grow up.Ray Loewe03:05Okay, so you had a relatively happy life growing up. And you went away to college, right? And where'd you go to school?Liz Williams03:11I went to Shippensburg State, which is a state college here in Pennsylvania, loved Shippensburg.Ray Loewe03:16And what did you major in?Liz Williams03:18I majored in urban studies, my father had died. The September I left for college, my father died. So I had to pick a major that I thought would be very, very practical. I picked Urban Studies, which was kind of an up-and-coming thing. City planning, that kind of thing. So that's what I picked and I enjoyed it. It was part geography, part political science. And I loved it, I loved all my college.Ray Loewe03:47Okay, and then you went into the workforce, and basically give us kind of a short version of what kinds of things did you do? What skills did you use in your jobs?Liz Williams03:59The first job where I worked for my County Planning Commission, which was Delaware County, and again, in suburban Philadelphia, I did a lot of actually going to meetings, local meetings, and so forth. And I realized when I was doing that, I love to write. That was the only thing about that job that I really liked. I found after about two and a half years, I was like no, I don't think this is for me. But I did love the writing and I never forgot that. One thing that I did do there that I enjoyed was we, myself, and the librarian there at the planning commission, they actually had a library in there because they had so much materials to store. We came up with a county library plan for the county and it was one of the early library systems. Up until then, local towns just had their own little libraries. But this was a county-wide system where you get a library card at one library and it's good for all of the libraries there. So we did the foundation for that. So that was something I was proud of there. But I would say after about three years, I followed in my older sister's footsteps and I became a flight attendant.Ray Loewe05:18Okay, now we're getting into excitement. Right? Okay, so the early years basically gave you the tools that you needed to write Liz Williams05:28Yes. Ray Loewe05:29And kind of taught you what to do, right? But also didn't give you any excitement in your life?Liz Williams05:36Not much. Ray Loewe05:37All right. So now you're a flight attendant, you're a woman of the world. So who did you fly for? Where did you go? What did you do?Liz Williams05:45I flew for Piedmont Airlines, which was based in Winston Salem, North Carolina. It was a regional airline for the South. It grew to eventually fly overseas. But I only flew for seven years, I'd had enough after seven years, but it was fun. I met great friends. I did get to see some of Europe, some of South America, some of the Caribbean, in my 20s, which was kind of unusual back then. Not that many people got to travel that much at that age, so it did make me meet a woman of the world, actually. And we flew for very little because we had discounts. Sometimes you'd fly for free. Sometimes you got moved to first class for nothing. So that was great. But as I say, after about seven years that kind of got tiresome too.Ray Loewe06:37Okay, so who did you meet on your flights that were interesting stories?Liz Williams06:41Oh, I had John McEnroe, once, who was truly rude. He wouldn't put his tennis racket in the overhead bin like he was supposed to, insisted on it going in the hang-up closet for the garment bags. And you know, I wasn't going to argue with him. I just wasn't going to get into it with him, because maybe he'd report me to the management or something, you know. So I didn't do that. And I had Lynda Bird Johnson, who was pregnant at the time. With her, I think it was her third child, and I never had children. So I never understood why you'd want to have three children. And so I actually said to her, are you pregnant again? It was rather rude, but you know, it just kind of came out. And I also had General Westmoreland on there who was very quiet, he had not done so well in the Vietnam War. And I don't think he was, you know, a very popular person. So he kind of sat to himself, but we all knew he was. But mainly, you know, the bulk of our customers were Southerners. And when I went to flight attendant training, I was from Pennsylvania, so I was the only one from the north and I was the token Yankee. I had never been referred to as a Yankee before and it was a little daunting, but you know, everyone was lovely. They weren't mean to me or anything was just an odd situation to, you know, realize that, oh my, they're different. And I'm different to them. And, you know, they still kind of think like that, but as I say, they were lovely.Ray Loewe08:20Yeah. So anyway, the first part of your life, you had a fairly happy childhood, you know, moving along got a good education and a sequence of jobs that taught you writing. And then you became more of a woman of the world out there. And then something happened. So let me read this for you. You're an author, you've written a book. And this is where we're going here. And the intro to your book over here is as a young man from a gritty Pennsylvania mill town enlists in the Army Air Corps, and heads to Hawaii, the paradise of the Pacific. There he and his buddies defend a O'ahu while it explodes and burns in the bombing of Pearl Harbor, the worst surges, his bombers squadron ships out to primitive Pacific outposts amid air raid, stifling heat, outbreaks of tropical disease. He clings to sanity through letters that he and his wife share. Letters found years later saved in the attic. A poignant event, wasn't it? Liz Williams09:30Yes. Ray Loewe09:31All right. And here's where your life came together in something that is significant, and I know it's truly meaning to you, so tell us the  story and fill in the details. Liz Williams09:46You set me up terrifically here, Ray. After seven years of being a flight attendant, I actually well, it was probably after six years, I started working at a part-time job. Because as a flight attendant, you have a lot of time off, you probably only work three or four days a week. The other days you're off. So I started working part-time at a printing company locally there based in Arlington, Virginia. And I always excelled in English. And I knew that I had loved to write. So I thought, well, I'll do this part-time, it'll be fun. So basically, I was just finding mistakes. But that job led me to look more seriously at my career and find something in writing and editing rather than being a flight attendant. So I did. So I ended up working for well, in Washington, they were known as beltway bandits. They were trade associations or organizations that would have contracts with the federal government. And they would write proposals and so there was some proposal writing I did for a couple organizations, then I went to work for a trade association. Then I ended up working for the federal government, I worked for the General Accounting Office, which is now called the Government Accountability Office, and the Congressional Budget Office. And in those jobs, I basically wrote and edited reports that were read by the public, they were ordered by a congressperson to investigate or study a program that was already in existence. For example, healthcare for the military, or a welfare program, something like that, they wanted to see where taxpayers' dollars being used to the best advantage. So a lot of the people employed by both GAO and CBO, Congressional Budget Office, were auditors, or economists, or technical experts in some way. So they would collect the data to study these programs. And then the writers and editors such as myself would come along and, you know, make it a finished product, make sure it was organized well, make sure the message was right up front, make sure there weren't spelling or grammatical errors. Because those kinds of errors would undermine the report, they really had to be perfect. And I became a tremendous expert in grammar, I know everything about grammar. And I enjoyed that, it was in a way an organizational task, deciding what goes where, and how it should be presented. And I loved it. I loved my work in Washington, I really enjoyed it a lot.Ray Loewe12:42Okay, so how did this get to the letters that we found?Liz Williams12:47Okay, I did diverge a little bit.Ray Loewe12:49Well, that's okay.Liz Williams12:50Okay. Well, in the early 2000s, my mother downsized, and I helped her clean out her house, and she found a big box of letters from my father in World War II. And she said, do you want these? And I said, yeah, I do. Because by then I had become a pretty good writer. And I looked at them, I said, you know, that's going to be a book, I want to write a book and that's what it's going to be. And when I first thought of the project, I thought, well, it'll just be a straight nonfiction book, it'll just be letters. But when I started reading them, they were very substantive. My father was an excellent writer. And my mother was a good writer, too. Now, he had saved her letters that she wrote him and sent them back to her for safekeeping. So I had a very rich collection, I had both sides of the correspondence. And I started reading and I thought, you know, I think this is really a story, it's not just going to be a collection of letters. So the book turned out to be a war story, a love story, and my story of getting to know my father. Because as I mentioned earlier, he died when I was 18, I really didn't get to know him like you would get to know your parent as a young person. And in the course of my research, I discovered that my father was most likely a gay or bisexual man. So I don't share this with most of my readers because it's rather the climax of my book. And I refer to it as a secret most of the times I talk about my book when I give a talk about my book. But for your audience, Ray, I'm gonna go ahead and just say what it is because there are no WWII stories out there that I know of, that have a gay theme. And I have one. And I don't know for a fact the trail was too cold to really track down men who had known my dad as a young man to really confirm this. But the fact is, I asked my mother about it. I asked my older sister about it, who, as I mentioned, passed away. And she's the one that really tipped me off about it. She said, you know, I interviewed her for the book because she knew him better than my other sisters or myself because as I say, he died young. She said, you know, I think looking back, I think Daddy was gay. And as soon as she said that, I was having an epiphany. I literally looked outside through her window at the leaves on the trees and they became well defined. That was the nature of the epiphany because so many things made sense when she said that. How he was so fixated on the fact that I shouldn't be allowed to wear bangs, so fixated on our hair, what we wore. You know, he had four daughters. There's one other book that I know of on the market. It's called Fun Home, that a young lady wrote who she had a father who was gay. Now, she didn't know it as a child that her father was gay. But she became aware of it because actually, he kind of preyed on young boys, which my father didn't do anything like that. So she came from a lot of dysfunction. But her book became a Broadway play and won a bunch of Tony Awards. But it doesn't have anything to do with World War II. This does, there were, according to my research, at least 40,000 men in the military in World War II who were gay, there were probably more. They did conduct tests and screenings to eliminate those kinds of men, so they wouldn't get in the service. But obviously, they didn't succeed in eliminating all of them. And a lot of them served like my father with a lot of dignity and honor and sacrificed a lot for our country. I think that should be recognized.Ray Loewe17:10So here you are, all of your background kind of culminated in this opportunity. And when it occurred, you knew what to do. And the book that you wrote is No Ordinary Soldier: My Father's Two Wars. Right? Liz Williams17:28That's right. Ray Loewe17:29You won an award for your book.Liz Williams17:32I did. In 2018, I submitted it to, I think, three contests. And one of them I placed as a finalist, there was one all-time winner, let's say top winner, and then there were two finalists in the genre, which was military history that I entered. And the award was the 2018 International Book Awards Contest, which is a contest that Publishers Weekly does recommend that authors enter. So it is a reputable contest. And I was just thrilled by the award.Ray Loewe18:02So let's kind of think about this. Well, first of all, you have a book out there, and everybody should buy this book, right? Just because you wrote it, and it's available on Amazon. Liz Williams18:15It has five stars. Ray Loewe18:16And what we'll do is we'll put a listing on our podcast notes when we're done so that people can find this. But I think the thing that's really interesting about you is how your background enabled you to be prepared to do something. And, you know, from knowing you, I think you consider yourself one of the luckiest people in the world because you've taken this career that was diverse pieces. And you're a writer. Liz Williams18:45I am a writer. Ray Loewe18:46And that's what you are going to be from now on. So, cool. So do you have any closing comments before we sum up?Liz Williams18:55I just want to thank you very much for having me, Ray, it's been a pleasure.Ray Loewe18:58Well, we've been talking with Liz Williams. Liz is a person who has written a book, an award-winning book, and it's available on Amazon through Kindle anytime you want to read it. And it's a war story. And it's not fiction. It's true, but it's how do you describe it? Liz Williams19:21It's a creative nonfiction book. It's actually a hybrid. It's a combination history memoir, and what they call creative nonfiction. In other words, it's a true story, but I use creative techniques such as metaphors, similes. It's a good read. It's not boring.Ray Loewe19:38And you're gonna make it into a TV series at some point, right?Liz Williams19:41Ken Burns, if you're listening, I'm available.Ray Loewe19:44Okay, so thanks, Liz for being with us. You're certainly one of the luckiest people in the world and you found your way to doing what you really want to do. And thanks for being here. And Luke sign us off, please. Outro  20:01Thank you for listening to Changing the Rules. Join us next week for more conversation, our special guest, and to hear more from the luckiest guy in the world.

Two Texts
Unschooled and Ordinary | Disruptive Presence 16

Two Texts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 30:35 Transcription Available


In which John and David discuss how the disciples are seen in Acts 4. The contrast between the lack of the formal training of the disciples with the academic weight of those asking them questions deeply skews the dynamics of their trial. But once again, Acts shows us that the world of the Holy Spirit doesn't work as we'd think. Episode 69 of the Two Texts Podcast | Disruptive Presence 16If you want to get in touch about something in the podcast you can reach out on podcast@twotexts.com or by liking and following the Two Texts podcast on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. If you enjoy the podcast, we'd love it if you left a review or comment where you're listening from – and if you really enjoyed it, why not share it with a friend?Music by Woodford Music (c) 2021________Ads that support our show, or a chance for you to support us:Support the show

In His Grip
Ordinary on Purpose a Conversation with Mikala Albertson

In His Grip

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022


Dr. Mikala Albertson aimed to be exemplary in all she did – marriage, motherhood, her career – but her seemingly picture-perfect life began crumbling when she realized her doctor husband was addicted to drugs and nothing was perfect after all. Listen in as Mikala shares her story of striving and suffering in the hunt for perfection and found that embracing her gritty, messy, complicated, tough ordinary life led her on a journey of healing, redemption, and renewal. In this conversation with Sharon Betters, Mikala encourages listeners that disappointments and broken places are opportunities to finding beauty in the rubble.

Out of the Ordinary
199. Muddling through...the Unexpected

Out of the Ordinary

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 33:50


Key Conversation Points: We're starting a new series about muddling through and lowering the bar for you!  Have you known anyone in real life that has gotten rabie shots?! Christie's is a real life person who has muddled through a bat encounter.  Muddling through is a choice.  It's not always making the best of it but it's just accepting it.  Adult temper tantrums don't move us to peace and doesn't make us feel better.  Lisa-Jo's daughter reminds us in the intense, crazy moment we can say, "It'll make a great story tomorrow." Podcast links: Follow Lisa-Jo on Instagram @lisajobaker and Christie at @christiepurifoy and please leave a review about what you think about today's podcast! Click here to join the conversations we have with listeners every week around the podcast. _______ Sponsor appreciation: We're so grateful to partner with show sponsors that keep making our work possible. Click here to visit join Thrive Market today and get $80 in free groceries! Click here to purchase the book Liturgy of the Ordinary and use the code TISH22 for 30% off the book. Click here to visit Green Chef and use code ordinary135 to get $135 across 5 boxes and your first box ships free! The #1 Meal Kit for Eating Well! Click here to join over 1 million people taking charge of their mental health through the online counseling offered by BetterHelp. Get 10% off your first month. Click here to visit Nutrafol and use the promo code ORDINARY to save $15 off your first subscription. Plus, FREE shipping on every order.

SoundPractice
Prescription for an Extraordinary Life from Dr. Gary Josephson

SoundPractice

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 23:05


Mike Sacopulos interviews Gary Josephson, MD, CPE, MBA, chief medical officer at Nemours Children's Health, in Jacksonville, Florida, about his new book, Ordinary to Extraordinary: Seven Principles for Life Success.  This book is a useful tool to improve one's life. Dr. Josephson provides wise counsel on the “7” principles that guide his life, and suggestions for all individuals on how to view life from ordinary to extraordinary. Dr. Josephson describes adversity, his physician leadership journey, and his work as a Certified Physician Executive (CPE). https://www.o2e4life.com/ Learn more about the American Association for Physician Leadership at www.physicianleaders.org  

Within the Walls of St. Paul's : Sunday Homilies
Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary September 18, 2022 Fr. Patrick Fiorillo

Within the Walls of St. Paul's : Sunday Homilies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 9:03


Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary September 18, 2022 Fr. Patrick Fiorillo

Within the Walls of St. Paul's : Sunday Homilies
Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary September 18, 2022 Deacon Tim O'Donnell

Within the Walls of St. Paul's : Sunday Homilies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 10:56


Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary September 18, 2022 Deacon Tim O'Donnell

NS Wolf Pack
Turn Ordinary Objects into Survival Tools | Waypoint Survival

NS Wolf Pack

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 57:46


Subscribe and stay in the know https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0EbWNSt68OSqyRlBU6Laag?sub_confirmation=1 Known as the MacGyver of survivalism, Waypoint Survival's James Bender turns ordinary objects into tools for survival. See what you can do with chapstick, aluminum foil, and a plastic bag, then get a lesson on how to make a do-it-yourself stove from a tin can. Don't panic. Just prepare. @WayPoint Survival #bushcraft #prepping #survival #survivalskills #prepper LISTEN IN ON THE WOLF PACK PODCAST WITH YOUR FAVORITE PODCAST PLATFORM: Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/087aRMAjLhR810bEQ1Rgfl Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ns-wolf-pack/id1623061121 Amazon: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/91e49212-b338-41e9-a105-b67f8f7a7b97/ns-wolf-pack Audible: https://www.audible.com/pd/NS-Wolf-Pack-Podcast/B09ZSXWFT4 Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/ns-wolf-packPocketcasts: https://pca.st/nm8m8m2m

The 'X' Zone Radio Show
Rob McConnell Interviews - DR. DAVID L ROBERTS - How Ordinary American Kids Are Being Treated Like Terrorists

The 'X' Zone Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 41:26


When the U.S. Patriot Act was signed into law a few years ago, the initial point of the bill was to enhance the power and authority of law enforcement and protect them with a veil of secrecy. But David L. Roberts, Ph.D., says abuse of this power and authority has law enforcement officers treating some kids like suspected domestic terrorists! Dr. Roberts will explain how troubled kids, especially those at the poverty level, are targeted by power-hungry officials, who can interrogate or search them for no reason, and why this issue is actually fuelling youth violence. David L. Roberts, Ph.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist and renowned expert on troubled kids and families. He is the author of AT THE MERCY OF EXTERNALS: Righting Wrongs and Protecting Kids and PSYCHE-SOUL-OLOGY: An Inspirational Approach to Appreciating and Understanding Troubled Kids. He has done local and international TV and radio segments regarding psychological issues, even within the Spanish-speaking communities in the U.S. and Mexico. - www.davidlrobertsphd.org******************************************************************To listen to all our XZBN shows, with our compliments go to: https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv*** AND NOW ***The ‘X' Zone TV Channel on SimulTV - www.simultv.comThe ‘X' Chronicles Newspaper - www.xchroniclesnewspaper.com ******************************************************************

The Automotive Troublemaker w/ Paul J Daly and Kyle Mountsier
Porsche For Sale, Tesla Pulls FSD Team, Etherium Merge Success

The Automotive Troublemaker w/ Paul J Daly and Kyle Mountsier

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 23:47


Happy Tuesday! It's like Monday, but less imminent. Today we're breaking down the upcoming Porsche IPO which is a little complicated. We're also covering why Tesla deployed their FSD team to work on their Humanoid, as well as the basics of what the Ethereum Merge means for you and the planet.Demand for Porsche IPO is outpacing supply as cornerstone investors move quickly to scoop up large portions of the available sharesBasic structure: VW is the selling entity. Public entity will be Porsche AG and its = shares will be split into ordinary and preferred shares. Ordinary shares carry voting rights, preferred do not 455.5 M shares each, totaling 911M  (wink)Porsche AG will sell 25% plus one of ordinary stock  to Porsche SE (the Piech and Porsche family owned entity) to give them blocking rightsSome large investment firms such as T Rowe Price and sovereign wealth funds of Norway and Abu Dhabi are scooping up large quantities of available sharesThe company is valued around $80B therefore proceeds from the sale are estimated to be about $20BRetail shares will be traded on European exchanges Berlin, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Hanover, Munich, StuttgartTesla pulls it's Autopilot team to help the Optimus Humanoid robot team meet an end of month deadlineLast night on Twitter, a Tesla owner asked CEO Elon Musk about a fix for Autopilot, and his response included: Note, Autopilot/AI team is also working on Optimus and (actually smart) summon/autopark, which have end of month deadlinesThe deadline at the end of the month for Optimus is the Tesla AI Day 2, during which the company is expected to unveil its first working prototype of the robot.Tesla also appears to have plans to unveil an updated version of its “Smart Summon” and Autopark features at the event. In another tweet, Musk says “FSD Beta 10.69.2.1 looks good, extending to 160k owners in US & Canada”At one point, Musk said FSD would provide a fleet of 1M robotaxis by year end and now seems to be satisfied with a strong BetaThe Ethereum Merge was a complete success in a victory for power consumption as the platforms switch from ‘proof of work' to ‘proof of stake' now uses over 95.5% LESS power saving an amount of power equal to the annual consumption of New ZealandThe transition, which could have been a massive disaster, went off without a hitch, however still doesn't address transaction fees or speed. Ethereum is now the only crypto currency to accomplish such a feat and many believe this will put price pressure on Bitcoin, which has the highest market capThe transition didn't help the price of the coin which hit a 7 week low of $1,279 on SundayGet the Daily Push Back email at https://www.asotu.com/JOIN the conversation on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/company/asotu/Read our most recent email at: https://www.asotu.com/media/push-back-emailShare your positive dealer stories: https://www.asotu.com/positivityASOTU Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/automotivestateoftheunion

Battle Ready with Father Dan Reehil
Battle Ready a Radio Maria Production - Episode 9/20/22 - Luke 8: 19-21

Battle Ready with Father Dan Reehil

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 25:02


Fr. Dan Reehil discusses the gospel reading for Tuesday of the Twenty-Fifth Week of Ordinary time. What did Jesus mean when He said, "My mother and my brothers are those who hear the word of God and act on it." Stream live episodes of Battle Ready with Fr. Dan Reehil at https://radiomaria.us/ at 9:00 am cst or tune in on radio in Louisiana (580 AM Alexandria, 1360 AM New Iberia, 89.7 FM Natchitoches, 91.1 FM Lake Charles) in Ohio (1600 AM Springfield, 88.7 FM Anna, 103.3 Enon/Dayton) in Mississippi (88.1 FM D'Iberville/Biloxi) in Florida (91.9 Hammocks/Miami) in Pennsylvania (88.1 FM Hollidaysburg/Altoona) in Texas (1250 AM Port Arthur) in Wisconsin (91.3 FM Peshtigo) Radio Maria is a 100% listener supported radio station. If this broadcast has touched your life, please consider donating at https://rmusa.civi-go.net/donate

Beauty Pop with Victoria and Dominique

Today the ladies give their thoughts and reviews on some of the best face serums they have purchased. To check out some of the products mentioned during today's podcast visit the links below: SoKo Glam, The Ordinary, Kristin Cavallari's Uncommon James  E-mail the podcast:  BeautyPopPod@gmail.com Follow us on Instagram: @beautypopod Follow Victoria on Instagram: @OnAirVictoria Follow Jennifer on Instagram: @jenniferhornradio Theme Music by Laddie Keelan

Calvary Church
Heroes, Week 2: Tests of Faith // Charles Zimmerman

Calvary Church

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 29:18


Thanks for listening! Want to know more about Calvary? Visit calvary-church.com to get connected. The actions and skills of our heroes can feel unattainable. But the Bible shows us a different kinds of heroes, ones who were ordinary and flawed, just like us. These biblical heroes recognized their need for strength outside themselves, and God used them in extraordinary ways. Ordinary people, just like us, accomplished extraordinary things. But what made these characters truly heroic? They did not simply point to themselves but instead to the ultimate hero, Jesus. Live on Sunday, September 18, 2022.

Harvest: Greg Laurie Audio
There's a New Kid in Town | Ordinary with Supernatural Courage

Harvest: Greg Laurie Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 25:41


Believers have the privilege of sharing a life-saving message within their circle of influence. But many times, we let those opportunities pass by. Maybe we don't feel equal to the assignment . . . we're just “regular folks” and the stakes are so high. Today on A NEW BEGINNING, Pastor Greg Laurie introduces us to another “regular guy” who stepped out with uncommon courage and did great things for the Kingdom. Let's learn how we can find the courage to follow in his footsteps. Listen on harvest.org --- Learn more and subscribe to Harvest updates at harvest.org. A New Beginning is the daily half-hour program hosted by Greg Laurie, pastor of Harvest Christian Fellowship in Southern California. For over 30 years, Pastor Greg and Harvest Ministries have endeavored to know God and make Him known through media and large-scale evangelism. This podcast is supported by the generosity of our Harvest Partners.Support the show: https://harvest.org/supportSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

A New Beginning with Greg Laurie
There's a New Kid in Town | Ordinary with Supernatural Courage

A New Beginning with Greg Laurie

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 25:41


Believers have the privilege of sharing a life-saving message within their circle of influence. But many times, we let those opportunities pass by. Maybe we don't feel equal to the assignment . . . we're just “regular folks” and the stakes are so high. Today on A NEW BEGINNING, Pastor Greg Laurie introduces us to another “regular guy” who stepped out with uncommon courage and did great things for the Kingdom. Let's learn how we can find the courage to follow in his footsteps. Listen on harvest.org --- Learn more and subscribe to Harvest updates at harvest.org. A New Beginning is the daily half-hour program hosted by Greg Laurie, pastor of Harvest Christian Fellowship in Southern California. For over 30 years, Pastor Greg and Harvest Ministries have endeavored to know God and make Him known through media and large-scale evangelism. This podcast is supported by the generosity of our Harvest Partners.Support the show: https://harvest.org/supportSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Life Talk with Craig Lounsbrough
Podcast Short: It's Not About Being Ordinary

Life Talk with Craig Lounsbrough

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 5:27


It's Not About Being Ordinary It's not about being ordinary, because we all are.  In talking about myself, I'm about as ‘ordinary' as they come.  But, it's not about being ordinary.  It's about recognizing that being ordinary does not limit us to ordinary things.  That's the beauty of it.  We're all ordinary, which gives us everything that we need to be extra-ordinary.  God granted you and He granted me all of the elements, all of the ingredients (if you will) to do what we never thought we could do.  You come packaged with resources that (if used correctly) can accomplish things that are greater than the sum total of those resources.  And if there's some tragedy in all of that, it's that people don't use them correctly, and therefore they never accomplish the great things that were theirs to accomplish. The incredibly disappointing thing is that people look at who they are through the lens of who ‘they' are.  And through that lens (which is incredibly limiting) we don't see all that we are.  We have this vague understanding of ourselves, which leaves a whole lot of ourselves unknown, or ill-defined, or misunderstood, or mis-defined altogether.  And we walk through our lives with this less-than-accurate understanding of who we are.  And that understanding (whatever it happens to be) is typically a horribly marginalized and minimized view of who we really are.  So we might be ordinary, but we diminish the incredible abilities that are inherent in being ‘ordinary.'  Remember, “being ordinary” (as much as we diminish it) “does not limit us to ordinary things.” I think that God wants you to see who you are.  The whole of who you are.  Not just the good, but everything that's maybe not so good as well.  Not just the stuff that we're proud of (if we even have anything that we'd say we're proud of) but all of the stuff.  Not just the successes, but the failures as well.  Not just the bright and shiny things within us, but the dark places too. Because all of that is the stuff of the ordinary.  And God waits to take everything that's ordinary within you and do something extra-ordinary with it because “We're all ordinary, which gives us everything that we need to be extra-ordinary.”  That's what God does.  He takes whatever we are and He makes it into everything that we are not.  He's not looking for us to build all that up so that it eventually adds up to something that God can use.  He's looking for us to surrender all that's ordinary about us to Him (in whatever condition it's in) so that He can build it up to something He can use.  “It's about recognizing that being ordinary does not limit us to ordinary things,” because we have an extra-ordinary God who wants to birth a bunch of extra-ordinary things in your life.      Additional Resources Discover an array of additional resources on our website at www.craiglpc.com.  Find all of Craig's thoughtful, timely, and inspirational books at Amazon. com, Barnes and Noble, or wherever books are sold.  Also, take a moment to explore Craig's Public Speaking Resources for information regarding the resources available to your business, ministry, or organization.

Arden First Baptist Church
Vision Sunday 2022 - Stones of Significance - Audio

Arden First Baptist Church

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 42:10


Vision Sunday 2022 Stones of Significance: Joshua 4 Stones of Significance: What stone will you lay for future generations? 1. God did miracles for the children of Israel, and He wanted them to remember it (v. 1-3). Faith comes before sight. Don’t wait for everything to fall into place before you take your first step of faith. Take your first step of faith after God calls your name and tells you to move! 2. God called the leaders to lay stones of significance that would impact future generations (v. 3-7, 21-24). When God wants to do something mighty in the earth, He always raises up a leader who is willing to lead the people of God’s forward in the mission of God. 3. The children of Israel moved forward with the mission of God in their lives (v. 8-9). In the Great Co-Mission, Jesus tells us what to do—make disciples. He tells us where to go—everywhere. He tells us who to reach—everyone from every nation. He tells us what we need to be about—going (being on mission); baptizing (reaching people with the Gospel); and teaching (the fundamentals of the Christian faith). The Gospel never changes, but the methods must change so that others may understand the Good News in their own culture. Our Mission: To lead ORDINARY people into EXTRAORDINARY life in Christ. B3-Belong. Believe. Become. (the 3 verbs of our mission) Our Vision: We are one family in many locations. Our vision is being a missional community of Radical, Relational, and Relevant Christ-followers. R3-Radical. Relational. Relevant. (The 3 adjectives of our vision). 5 Year Vision Goal: To reach and disciple 1% of our community (60,000) people. ⎫ Active in worship (100%) ⎫ Connected to community (80%) ⎫ Embracing my place through serving and giving (50%) ⎫ Multiplying myself (25%) 5-year outcome: 800 active worshippers by the end of 2026. *Active=attends at least once a month (12 services minimum per year). *Includes those who are engaging in worship in our online ministries. The Adjectives of our vision: R3: Radical, Relational, and Relevant. So what does this look like? What’s our goal? The following is a breakdown of our goals for moving people into greater levels of discipleship and engagement with our mission: > Active in worship (100%)-400+ people. o How are we doing? We now have over 350 people active in worship! > Connected to community (80%). 20+ Arden Groups. o How are we doing? We now have 15 groups this year. > Embracing my place through serving and giving (50%). 200+ people actively serving. o How are we doing? We have around 125 people actively serving. > Multiplying myself (25%) 1000+ Gospel Conversations. o How are we doing? We have had ___ Gospel Conversations. 5-year outcome: 800 active worshippers by the end of 2026. *Active=attends at least once a month (12 minimum per year. This includes in person and online engagement). Our Big 5 Objectives to reach our 5-year vision: 1. Proclaim the Gospel in our community, city, and world (Acts 1:8 strategy). 2. Produce and equip multiplying disciples (Matthew 28:18-20). 3. Invade the 167—Strategically connect with people outside of Sunday services (Acts 2:40-47). 4. Raise up and empower dynamic leaders who have great character, competency, and chemistry (I Timothy 3:1-13; Titus 2:1-10). 5. Launch at least one new church location. We will be one family in at least two locations (Isaiah 61, Psalm 78:4-7). Today’s Big Idea: God has given you a stone of significance that has the potential to impact generations to come. Action Steps: 1) Engage with the Great Commission. Dedicate your life to impacting the lives of others for eternity. 2) Commit to use your stone of significance to impact generations to come. Share the history of God in your life with the next generation. Make sure that your faith rubs off on them in impactful ways! 3) Join our church family and become part of something that is bigger than yourself: A family of God that right in the middle of a move of God in our midst! Preview for next Sunday: New Series: Holy Habits! An exciting 7-week series to help you start off the Fall season with renewed holy habits that have the power to change your daily life!

Crossview EFCA Church
Ordinary – Bartimaeus

Crossview EFCA Church

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022


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Embrace Church Evansville
Ordinary | WK 5 - Audio

Embrace Church Evansville

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 38:58


Rivercrest Presbyterian Church's Podcast
Ordinary Faith | True Faith Follows | James 1:19-25 | September 18, 2022

Rivercrest Presbyterian Church's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 33:30


Christians are called to be doers of the word and not hearers only, but in order to do so we need to receive it, remember it, and then respond to it.

WorkingPreacher.org Sermon Brainwave
Brainwave 863: Ordinary 26C (Sixteenth Sunday After Pentecost) - September 25, 2022

WorkingPreacher.org Sermon Brainwave

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 28:17


Join Profs. Karoline Lewis, Joy J. Moore, and Matt Skinner for a conversation on the Revised Common Lectionary texts for the Ordinary 26C (Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost) on September 25, 2022. This episode was recorded over Zoom on June 30, 2022, for Working Preacher. Watch the video version on Youtube. Time codes: 0:00 Intro 01:12 Gospel: Luke 16: 19-31 12:45 First Reading: Amos 6: 1a, 4-7 17:16 Alternate First Reading: Jeremiah 32: 1-3a, 6-15 23:02 Psalm: Psalm 146 25:42 Second Reading: 1 Timothy 6: 6-19 28:17 Outro

SomeOrdinaryPodcast
Try Not To Get AGE RESTRICTED Challenge (ft. Wendigoon) | Some Ordinary Podcast #39

SomeOrdinaryPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022


Iceberg and online horror expert Wendigoon joins the Some Ordinary Podcast once again to help us desperately avoid getting age restricted.

Live Hour on WNGL Archangel Radio
Episode 590: 9-16-22 Friday_LACM_Tom McDonald_Dr Chris Shannon_Fr Frank Sophie_9-16-22

Live Hour on WNGL Archangel Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 51:22


Tom McDonald recapped the Emmy's. Dr Chris Shannon continues our series based on his book, American Pilgrimage. Fr Frank Sophie provides our Sunday Gospel reflection for the 25th Sunday in Ordinary time. 

Help & Hope
Ordinary on Purpose with Mikala Albertson

Help & Hope

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 35:00


Dr. Mikala Albertson aimed to be exemplary in all she did – marriage, motherhood, her career – but her seemingly picture-perfect life began crumbling when she realized her doctor husband was addicted to drugs and nothing was perfect after all. Listen in as Mikala shares her story of striving and suffering in the hunt for perfection and found that embracing her gritty, messy, complicated, tough ordinary life led her on a journey of healing, redemption, and renewal. In this conversation with Sharon Betters, Mikala encourages listeners that disappointments and broken places are opportunities to find beauty in the rubble.

Catholic Women Preach
Reflecting God's Justice with Mary J. Novak

Catholic Women Preach

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 7:21


Preaching for the Twenty-fifth Sunday in Ordinary time, Mary J. Novak encourages us to be a reflection God's justice: "The question almost daily is how are we to act with God's justice in a world that for some of us, is much more comfortable without it? The psalm and the second reading really do provide the essential way. First, the psalm guides us, as does Catholic Social teaching: to center those who are made poor by our systems and structures. And the second reading guides us to pray. We pray for the spiritual freedom called for at the end of the passage in Luke, to serve God and not mammon, the medieval word for the worship of wealth or riches." Mary J. Novak serves as Executive Director of NETWORK Lobby for Catholic Social Justice in Washington, D.C. NETWORK was founded 50 years ago by Catholic Sisters to effect structural change at the federal level. Prior to joining NETWORK, Mary served Georgetown University Law Center as a Mission Integrator and Adjunct Professor of Law with a particular focus on Ignatian spirituality and pedagogy at the intersection of psychology, spirituality and the work of justice. Mary studied and trained in theology, spirituality, and spiritual direction at Santa Clara University and the Washington Theological Union. She has extensive experience in pastoral ministry, including the ministry of spiritual direction and circle processes. Visit www.catholicwomenpreach.org/preaching/09182022 to learn more about Mary, to read her preaching text, and for more preaching from Catholic women.

Red Pill Revolution
Ancient Aliens, Royal Pedophiles & Nursing Home Strippers | UFO's Over Ukraine | The Inventions of Sumeria | Chinese Nuclear Fusion Fuel |

Red Pill Revolution

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 86:42


In this week's episode of the Red Pill Revolution Podcast, we GO DEEP. We touch on everything from King Charles appointing Prince Andrew; An El Paso Teacher fired for promoting the term MAP, UFOs being sited and tracked over Ukraine, a nursing home apologies for bringing in a stripper, and even the ancient Sumerian Race and their unbelievable technological advances. Subscribe and leave a 5-star review! ----more---- Our website https://redpillrevolution.co/    Protect your family and support the Red Pill Revolution Podcast with Affordable Life Insurance. This is attached to my license and not a third-party ad!   Go to https://agents.ethoslife.com/invite/3504a now!   Currently available in AZ, MI, MO, LA, NC, OH, IN, TN, WV Email austin@redpillrevolution.co if you would like to sign up in a different state   Leave a donation, sign up for our weekly podcast companion newsletter, and follow along with all things Red Pill Revolution by going to our website: https://redpillrevolution.co    ----more----   Full Transcription      Welcome to the revolution. Hello and welcome to red pill revolution. My name is Austin Adams and thank you so much for listening today. I appreciate it so so much. We have some very fun and interesting things to talk about today. Some things about the Royal family on the backs of queen Elizabeth's death last week, some things about. I don't know, strippers at old folks homes. And then we will also talk about a little bit about UFOs, a little bit of everything today. So you are in for it. It's gonna be a great show. Thank you so much for listening. The first thing I need you to do before we jump into it is just go ahead and hit that subscribe button for me. All right. Takes five seconds of your day. It means the world to me. That's all I need you to do right now is hit the five star review button and subscribe takes five seconds. Like I said, if you're on apple podcast, Spotify, leave a review. If you are watching this on YouTube, go ahead and hit that like button wherever you're at. I appreciate you so much. And again, welcome to the revolution. We are going to jump right into it. Here are the articles we're going to discuss a nursing home has apologized after hiring strippers for their residents. . And we will discuss that. We actually have a video today, which you guys are in for a treat for. Um, there's some very, very happy old folks in this old folks home. And when I decide to put myself in one, many, many years from now, I may just have to figure out which one this one was, because it looks like they're having a great time. Um, the next one is discussing that prince, or I'm sorry, not no longer prince king, Charles himself is now, uh, seemingly going to a point prince Andrew into a high level position. And if you don't know anything about prince Andrew, you will in just a few minutes, there's a couple articles that we'll discuss on that. We are also going to talk about the Pakistan, former prime minister getting caught red handed, uh, with some documents. Now, normally I don't really care about the Pakistani former prime minister at all. Uh, but this was a, a pretty interesting one. So, um, we'll find out why he got caught red handed, uh, basically, um,  yeah. Basically putting, uh, documents out there during a legal case that didn't even exist. So we'll discuss that. We will also talk about El Paso, firing a teacher for going and calling pedophiles maps to their students and trying to convince them to do the same. So again, we will discuss all of that in a few more things, including UFOs and China, potentially finding a nuclear fusion fuel with limitless energy from the moon. All right. So lots of interesting stuff, stick around. Thanks for listening. Hit that subscribe button. If you didn't already, I forgive you, but if you don't do it now, I may not. All right. I forgive you, but just hit it. I appreciate it. Sincerely. All right, let's get. Welcome to red pill revolution. My name is Austin Adams. Red pill revolution started out with me realizing everything that I knew, everything that I believed, everything I interpreted about my life is through the lens of the information I was spoon fed as a child, religion, politics, history, conspiracies, Hollywood medicine, money, food, all of it, everything we know was tactfully written to influence your decisions and your view on reality by those in power. Now I'm on a mission, a mission to retrain and reeducate myself to find the true reality of what is behind that curtain. And I'm taking your ass with me. Welcome to the revolution. All right. Let's jump into it. Episode number 44 of the red pill revolution podcast. And I appreciate you more than, you know, the very first article that we are going to jump into today is going to be a nursing home. Apologizing, not sure why after hiring strippers for their residents. So we have heard of drag shows for infants and children, but what we have not heard of yet is strippers for old folks homes. and this is probably my favorite new video. There's a hilarious video making its round of a stripper, basically shaking her boobs  and doing all sorts of things in front of these old, old men and women in their mass. It's quite quite hilarious. So we will watch that in just a. But I do find it interesting, right? The, the, uh, drag show for children is such a hot topic. It seems like there was literally never a drag show for children. Right. Because it's a sexualized show until very, very recently. Um, so, and, and there's probably a very obvious reason why there's absolutely no reason children should be involved in drag shows, you know, but maybe that's me being crazy thinking that we shouldn't sexualize. Toddlers and infants, but who knows? So let's go ahead and watch this video here. It is quite hilarious of this nursing home debacle  and then we'll talk about some of the comments that came up in this, and then we'll move on to some more serious topics. But I thought we, you know, we'll start this one off light today. and I'll kind of talk you through what we are seeing in a, uh, you know, PG 13 fashion here. Although it's not, it's not that wild, you know, you can find it. It's not that crazy, but pretty hilarious stuff. All right, let's go ahead and pull this article or this video up. It seems like it's in a different country, but it's, uh, basically. This young woman, she looks like some type of, I don't know, I don't know if she's Asian or something, but they're speaking a different language and she's literally shaking her butt in front of these old folks on these old folks sitting in their wheelchairs. And there is just this man who is so excited to be there with holding this woman's boobs in her hands, hand. this is comical comical. Now I don't know why this isn't a thing. I think there's a company here. I, I don't know why this is not a thing already. There should absolutely be an entire stripper company. Designed to go to old folks homes. I don't know why we're like thinking that shouldn't be a thing. I don't know why these people feel like the need to apologize for hiring a stripper. Um, the only thing they should be hire, or the only thing they should be apologizing for is not hiring enough strippers. Cuz there was only one there and there's plenty of people to go around. Uh, they should absolutely bring in more people. Um, so , I don't know why they, they feel the need to do this. Now let's look through some of the comments here. Somebody says. Flips sake. They're old. They aren't dead. Yeah, of course. Why wouldn't these people enjoy themselves? You're on your way out. You might as well have a good time. Um,  let's see what somebody else said. This is coming from Reddit, Reddit slash face Palm, and somebody said, are we face palming for the apology? The hiring is exemplary.  uh, the next comment says maybe next time, mail strippers for the ladies too. Maybe that's what they forgot and why they have apologized.  all right. I think that's enough on that topic, but I think it's awesome. 100%. I am absolutely behind the strippers at old folks homes, way, way more than I am behind the children going to drag shows. Right. We see all these like horrific videos of, of literal children going to drag shows and giving money to these men. And in 90% of the time at these drag shows, they are highly unhealthy. And, and must we say overweight, and even in some cases, a Dr. May call them obese, but majority of the time it's obese obese men who are shaking the, what they did not have given to them by God, in front of children, asking them for money for sexual acts in front of. It's like literally one of the most horrific things. And like I said earlier, we didn't see that literally a year ago. We didn't see it at all. There was no drag shows, you know, shaking of, uh, you know, butts in front of children that was found to be acceptable a year ago. It's literally so baffling to me how this even became a conversation that we need to have. Um, and everybody who attends these with their children should absolutely have CPS called in them. Although there's another conversation about whether CPS is literally just designed to traffic, children for profit. Um, I heard somewhere that each child that they actually take away from the children ends up being like a hundred thousand dollars or Mo like it, it might have even been like a million. Um, every time CPS takes a child away from their family, they make money off of it from the, the country, from the state, from the federal government or the state government. They're actually profiting from taking children from their parents. And, you know, we went through a whole, you know, the whole vaccination thing. We had to look at it. Luckily, we're in a state here where they have exemptions for children, surprisingly enough, for in the state that I'm in, but they do, they have exemptions. They even have philosophical exemptions for vaccination, but there has been several, several cases. I did a ton of research on it when we decided not to give our children, the COVID vaccine. Um, for many, many reasons, the first being, it's not a vaccine, um, it's mRNA gene therapy, which has never been done before, you know, do your own research on that and make your own decisions for your own children. Um, but with my children's history and everything else, we decided not to do it. So we had to go and actually physically research what could happen if the state decided to come after us for that and have come to find out we fall under exemptions. Really nice to be in the state. I would never move to a state where that's not the case because they've actually, I looked at all of the laws in our state and I looked at all of the previous legal proceedings in cases against parents for not vaccinating. And there was like nine cases in the last hundred years or 70 years when this became a law where they attempted to do so now luckily a majority of those cases, they did not win and the parents actually ended up winning the case. Um, but just tells you how far the state is willing to go to profit from stealing children from their parents. It's horrible. So, you know, do a little bit of research on that. And I, I think it's, again, worth an episode, almost diving into what CPS actually is, what majority they go after, because it's a lot of times it's directly affecting minority communities, disproportionate. Um, you know, but I digress. So let's go ahead and move on from our nursing home strippers and we'll move into  the Royals family situation this week, uh, queen Elizabeth died. If you were hiding under a rock this week, or you're listening from the future in a time machine. Now, listening back, this is, uh, Wednesday, September 14th, 2022, that this is episode is happening and the, uh, queen died last week after almost 70 years, Ofra allowing prince Charles to become king Charles. Now some of the controversy that's coming up from that is that king Charles now, uh, you know, is now looking to so, so king Charles is now going to appoint prince Andrew to step in for him first, if he is ill or out of the country. That's right. The same prince Andrew, it says who was a close friend of Jeffrey Epstein and used $12 million of tax based income. To settle a sexual assault case with Virginia guff, the same Virginia guff, who was at the Galea Maxwell trial testifying directly. Right. You know that one. So king Charles is going to appoint a literal pedophile to potentially step in from now. We'll actually look into what that means. Um, and, and what the actual title is that he'll be getting. Um, but we'll read some of the comments here. It says he was already a counselor to his mom, queen Elizabeth II. The Regency act of 1937, decides who can be counselors. Apparently there's not a clause that has to do with, you know, paying off children for doing illegal sexual acts on them, you know, and being part of international sex trafficking rings. Maybe that should be a clause. I don't know who am I, although if you go and read the Ashley Biden journal, uh you'll know that. Our royalty, our princes and princes, our presidents and their family are not also immune to these types of acts. Um, but it goes on to say that three of them are non working Royals. Um, you guys need new legislation, so prince Andrew or prince, and can replace Peto prince. Now princess Anne is a, uh, somebody who goes on and say for real princess, Anne is a G does a lot of low profile Royal's work, charity work, zero scandals, not a big spender. Um, I could be propaganda by the news, but she seems humble and hardworking. I think she may have even been the one who was, uh, allowed to stand beside the princess, um, in one of these proceedings for like one of the very first times. Um, but quite interesting. Uh, don't really know why a king of a nation. Potentially put a pedophile in the possession of power, but you know, once you find out that maybe potentially majority of them are culprits in this type of thing, uh, you know, it starts to be much more believable. Now this article goes on to say that king Charles II appoints prince Andrew in new important role. And another article says that prince Andrew can still be deputized for king as counselor of state, but princess Anne can't under new rules. And then, um, we'll go ahead and jump into one of those articles here. So it goes on to say that king, uh, king Charles I third ascended the throne after his late mother queen Elizabeth, the second passed away at her country estate in bald morale Scotland. The 73 year old was officially announced as the nation's new sovereign last Saturday, September 10th. And following his proclamation, the new head of state was supposedly appointed his younger brother, prince Andrew as counselor of state. Robert Peston journalist and political editor for ITV news, posted a thread of tweets explaining the situation. And he says the Monarch points, five counselors of state to stand in for him when he is unwell or out of the UK, Peston began, they are his spouse. Plus the top four in secession to the crown who are age 21 or over these include prince Andrew and his daughter, princess Beatrice. It says that, uh, but not prince and who is probably the most widely respected in all of the Royal family. Many would say, this is not, especially since the 2013 secession of the crown act ended Premo, gen premature. Not sure what that is though. Um, only for those born after 2011, uh, interesting. He says it continues that. So if king Charles were incapacitated, Andrew would step in as king. Not Anne. He ended his thread with the question. Do you think most British people would approve? I would certainly hope not says taken to Twitter. Many users shared their answers to passions questions. One responded, I most certainly would become a Republican under those circumstances. No way would I accept Andrew as a standin for the king? This is nuts. A second person wrote in his first week as king Charles has had two hissy fits about pens, sacked dozens of his staff at Clarence house. And now is rehabilitating prince nons. Good call is your majesty. Yeah, I saw him do that, where he was like sitting there signing documents and like pissed that there was some stuff on the table and like waved in somebody else because how dare he have to move the King's hand to move a, you know, pen off of a desk. Um, it goes on to say that a third waited or wants to wait for an outcome tweeting. Let's see what the actual outcome is. I don't think people will stomach Andrew being in that line. I'm pro monarchy. I may be, it may be a legal glitch or point of clarification may be needed, but certainly needs to be changed. Andrew had also, uh, previously served as this Queen's counselor of state, along with king Charles Prince William and prince Harry. Hmm. Um, so who better to take on the throne  than a potential Jeffrey Epstein associated pedophile literally paid off Virginia guff in a settlement claim during, uh, a legal proceeding to hush hush, the conversation surrounding him sexually assaulting a minor. Hmm. Now that could lead us into our next conversation, which, you know, would be a little bit deeper than that, about this, you know, whole map situation, which we'll get into here in a minute. Um, but let's see if there's any more substance to these articles. I don't know anything about this princess Anne. Um, but it sounds like, you know, maybe she's the one who a lot of people are rooting for, or that other person said maybe I'm being propaganda. You know, I like that word propaganda  that seems like it's a, a very fitting word in these types of situations. Um, but how terrifying is that? That literally not only the king of England, but you know, seeing over Canada, seeing over Australia, seeing over, you know, 14 different Commonwealth, uh, realms is what they referred to it as, um, would potentially be prince Andrew also known as PTO Andrew, because as we've stated, he's a pedophile. I don't know. Quite terrifying. What a horrific PR move by, you know, during all of this. Now I did see something about king Charles. I, I just can't say that seriously, king Charles, I feel like I'm in a Disney movie. It seems so bizarre that we have Kings and Queens and princesses and, you know, Royal family, you know, all based on blood lines. That's the, that's the weird thing about the Royal family is it's literally all based on bloodline. You cannot move your way into a position of power. It's literally a Royal bloodline. And we talked about this an episode ago, where if you go back far enough, according to these, you know, conspiracy theories, you know, even people like Cleopatra. And, uh, there's like basically 12 Royal families that have had these bloodlines go down and down for generations. There's a CIA document about it, which is quite quite interesting. Um, so I'll have to check that out at some point there's like a 217 page book that is, uh, put into the cia.gov. Documents, you can go to Google right now, or even better go to brave search right now and type in CIA Royal bloodlines, FOA, OIA, freedom of information act. And you will find the document that I'm discussing here. Anyways, do some research on that. Happy to discuss it with you All right. Let's move on. Dr. Fauci and ran Paul and here is the clip, uh, but she's had the flu for 14 days. Should she get a flu shot? Well, no. If she got the flu for 14 days, she's as protected as anybody can be. Cuz the best vaccination is to get infected. And if not, if she really has the flu, if she really has the flu. Now, what this is, is this is ran Paul grilling, Dr. Fauci very recently regarding this, like today, I believe it's today. He's showing him on an iPad, the, to his own statements from like a few years ago, saying these things about the flu. Okay. So take that into consideration. When you're listening to this vaccination is to get infected yourself and, uh, but she's had the flu for 14 days. Should she get a flu shot? Well, no. If she got the flu for 14 days, she's just protected as anybody can be. Cuz the best vaccination is to get infected yourself and not get it. If she really has the flu, if she really has the flu, she definitely doesn't need a flu vaccine. If she really has the flu, she should not get it again. No, she doesn't need it because the, it it's the BA it's the most potent vaccination is getting infected yourself. So when we look at this, we wonder, you know, why you seem to really embrace basic immunology back in 2004 and how you, or why you seem to reject it now. And as a matter of fact, Reuter's fact check looked at that and said, Fauci, 2004 comments do not contradict his pandemic shame, actually words don't lie. If you look at the words behind me, we can go over them a little bit at a time. She doesn't need it because the most potent vaccin vaccination is getting infected yourself. It is true. It is true Senator. It is a very potent. Way to protect. But when you're trying to tell us that kids need a third or a fourth vaccine, are you including the variability or the variable of previous infection in the studies? No, you're not. So what I love about that is the fact that Dr. Fauci is just shaking in this piece of paper in his hand, coming from Reuters, like Dr. Fauci, aren't you Mr. Science, aren't you the only person who knows about science in this whole world, didn't you claim to be the, what did they say? If you question Dr. Fauci, you question science itself, like aren't you, the guy, not Reuters, not some random journalist who decided to, you know, try and make the world believe that there three year old needs another vaccination to be safe from a, a thing that literally doesn't even exist today. That, that the CDC itself said, you don't even need the quarantine, even if you have it. Right. But you're sitting there trying to justify it. And not only trying to justify it like Dr. Fauci, do you know that this is not. Facebook jail court. This is literally Senate. This is a Senate hearing, not the hearing on Facebook's fact checking. Right. He literally brought the fact that he brought that piece of paper with him to shake in front of the court. The fact that he did that and said, well, Reuters actually says a journalist with no experience in this says that you are wrong. Like you, you said it with your own words. How can you sit here in front of us and say that Reuters is going to like, um, you know, actually Reuters said that what I meant there is different from what I actually said, no, justify your position. Maybe, maybe you should back it up, not utilize Reuters in a fact checker. Like that's how far off we've gotten. That's how 1984 Orwellian we've gotten is now that somebody's going to sit in front of the Senate and utilize a journalist. Article to try and justify their own statements. So they don't have to back it up. And they're gonna use these like abusive, uh, tactics done by these journalistic companies like Reuters to, to try and Gaslight you into thinking that, oh, I, you know, Reuters knows what I meant, not, not myself. So I'll let them explain it. You know, it's like, no, literally you used your own words there. Like it it's, it's so crazy to see that he went on to, to use Reuters of all things to justify, not even backing it up himself. Like he's literally a, according to him, a scientist. And he can't even justify his own position on a statement that he made of with his own words, saying that you do not need a booster. You don't need a vaccine if you got it, because that's the best protection that you can get is actually getting it right. And not taking that into consideration when you are actually deciding to give children experimental drugs. Right. It's it's so, so wild to see that. But I love the fact that Fauci was shaking on camera. I love that. It makes me feel so warm inside just to know that he was so uncomfortable that his body could not even handle it there. And, and then the  other thing that I want to talk about, and, and I'll talk, touch on this just super, super briefly is that there was a clip going around of. Of an employee from Chick-fil-A employee, a Chick-fil-A employee took down this guy that was committing, like trying to steal the keys of this woman who had this children in her car. If you haven't seen it yet, it's gonna start making its rounds over the next few days. It's it's a Chick-fil-A employee who just jumped at this guy, like completely when he tried to like steal this woman's car with her baby in it, and just like threw him to the ground, stood on top of him and just, you know, my pleasure to him. could you just imagine him whispering that in his ear as he took them to the ground? Just amazing. Unbelievable. Um, but you know, I digress now, the very next. Is going to be Pakistan's former prime minister, Noah Sharif's family have produced documents to prove innocence concerning ownership of properties in London. The documents were signed in 2006, but the Kalibri font used in the document was released in 2007. So basically, uh, the document was dated 2006. And the font that was used in a document was 2007. So it completely showed that he fabricated this document. So we'll get a little bit more context here and then we'll talk about it. Um, it goes on, uh, to say that in July, 2018, um, three members of the family were fined and sentenced to jail Nawaz for 10 years, Miriam for seven. And her husband captains Dar for one year in the event, field department's case, as they could not show that the posh London property had been bought legitimately while Nawaz was sentenced for owning assets beyond income, the other two were held guilty for AB Bement and not cooperating with the prob agency. It was in this case that Miriam had presented a trust deed dated February, 2006 in Microsoft's Calibri font, which became commercially available only in 2007 Noah and his kin were jailed, but in September of 2018, the Islam bad high court ordered their release in suspended their sentence pending final adjudication for the, um, of the appeals against it. Hmm. So there is your. Breakdown  of why we are even discussing a former prime minister of Pakistan. Now, a few of the comments that you'll find on this thread here are a little funny that somebody says, that's why I always stick with times new Roman. Yeah. Just in case you find yourself in a court settlement and you don't want to have to deal with a, you know, great lawyer finding out that the font that you used pre or postdated the document that you signed  or forged even better. Um, . Um, pretty, pretty wild. You know, what, what, what hot water you must find yourself in there to legitimately use font. Like how stupid would you feel right to know that you made that big of a mistake, right. And how easy is it to just, just use time, new Roman, you don't have to get fancy here, guys. We don't need your Colibri. We don't need your comic Sams. We don't need any of that times. New Roman all the way across, you're safe from lawyers coming after you for utilizing the wrong font.  all right. So I found that to be interesting. And let's see if there's anything else of note in here. Um, so somebody says, so that's what good lawyers are for. Yes. That is exactly what good lawyers are for finding out that the person used the wrong. Interesting. All right. Anyways, I won't stick around on that one. I just found that to be quite, quite interesting now on the backs of the prince Charles or king Charles situation, let's go ahead and discuss this. There was an Al Paso teacher who was fired over, telling their students to use maps instead of the word pedophile. Um, for a comment in the classroom that touches off a firestorm says Fox news. We'll go ahead and we'll actually listen to this here. Uh, but we'll listen to where she actually says that to him. And this article even goes as far as showing, um, what the husband commented on a thread in a local Facebook group, which I found to be interesting too. So here is the article. It says Al Paso teachers firing over pedophiles comment in classroom launches, a firestorm response. It goes on to say that El Paso's independent school district board of trustees said the allegation is being investigated thoroughly. An El Paso teacher in Texas was informed of her proposed termination after telling students to call pedophiles, minor attracted persons, according to the city's school district. But some witnesses say her remarks were taken out of context. Now she literally says you shouldn't call them pedophiles. It's O you, we shouldn't make fun of them just because they wanna have sex with a five year old. She literally says to a high school student it's wild. It goes on to say that in an 18, second clip shared on TikTok, the Franklin high school teacher identified as the El Paso teachers Associa, uh, by the El Paso teachers association as Amber Parker, she'll never have a job again, um, can be heard telling students that they're not allowed to label individuals as pedophiles. She reportedly made the comment during a lesson on the play, the crucible. We're not gonna call them. That Parker said in the video, we're gonna call them maps, minor attracted persons. So don't judge people just because they want to have sex with a five-year-old. She says, what in the world kind of world are we coming to? We'll listen to the video in just a second, but it says first came the suspension. Then El Paso's independent school district board of trustees unanimously voted to fire Parker following her remarks on the evening of August 29th, 2022, the El Paso independent school district was made aware of a classroom situation. Impromptly initiated an investigation. Um, after a thorough investigation was conducted on September 6th, 2022, during a special board meeting, the board of trustees approved a decision to notify a Franklin high school teacher of proposed termination. The process will continue in accordance with the Texas education code, any allegation and potential misconduct is investigated thoroughly. And the safety of our students is the top priority as this is a personal matter, no further information will be shared at this time. So it goes on to talk about, um, some students were saying that it was taken out of context and then it gives what her husband actually said. Um, but let's go ahead and listen to this clip. It's again, it's 18 seconds long. And we'll see what this teacher had to say about maps. What? Stop it, Diego. Yeah. We're not gonna call them that. We're gonna call them maps. No mono attracted persons. No. So don't judge people just cuz they wanna have sex with a five year old. Oh, call . That was the perfect cut. You hear the guy go? What the fuck?  that's wild now. Thank the Lord that we're seeing retribution in this case. This is exactly what needs to happen across the board. And thankfully it didn't have to come to school board meetings in this, in this situation. Right? A lot of these situations have come to school board meetings, right? The sex books in children's libraries. Right. We've seen many, many videos about, uh, parents going in speaking up against those videos. Um, there's some crazy, crazy books that they're putting in children's libraries talking literally about sodomy and about sexual positions to five and six year olds in elementary schools. It's horrific, but thankfully, thankfully it didn't have to come to this case, at least as far as I know, it seems as if this school board caught it right away and, you know, surprised surprise they did it in Texas now. Um, I don't see how any of that could have been taken out of context. You can't say, you know, so don't judge people just because they won't to Hey of six, we had the five year old. Yeah, I'm gonna judge you. I'm gonna judge you and I'm gonna do way worse than that to you. If it's somebody that I know I'm gonna do far, far more to you than judge you. Yeah, dude, I'm not even gonna get into it cause that's called implication, but horrific, horrific thing to say, and to say it to an entire class of children to say it to an entire group in a high school setting, what kind of precedent is that setting? You're literally talking to minors saying it's okay. It, it, it's not only okay, but don't even judge those people for doing that to a child for literally putting the child in a position where they're going to be hurt worse than anything you could possibly imagine giving so much trauma for the rest of their lives that they're gonna have to deal with and unpack in a way that somebody who didn't deal with that could never have to imagine, could never have to imagine. And she's sitting in front of an entire school or an entire class of children saying that this should be acceptable and they shouldn't be judged. Not only that, but we're not even gonna use this term in case we hurt their little pedophile feelings. Like what in the world now, um, it goes on to say that the school district board of trustees voted to fire Parker following her remarks on the evening, uh, the El Paso school district was made aware of a classroom situation and promptly initiated an investigation. This is coming from the district's chief communications officer who told Fox news digital after a thorough investigation was conducted on Jan, uh, on September 6th, during a special board meeting, the board of trustees approved a decision to notify the teacher of proposed proposed to termination. The process will continue in accordance with the Texas education code, any allegation and potential misconduct. We already talked about that. Moving on, some students went on to say that her words were taken out of context. The teacher was expressing. This says how it was ridiculous, how they, how we might not be able to call people pedophiles that we will probably have to start calling them maps because is offensive to them. The class agreed. That's not what it sounded like now, if that is what it is, maybe you shouldn't be saying that in a group of high school students. Um, but if you are being sarcastic and then following that clip by saying, yeah, this is disgusting. This is gross. What they're doing, you know, we're absolutely going to call these people pedophiles and we're not gonna give into the woke ideology that is saying that we have to change the terms that we're using to describe the literal worst people in the world, doing the worst act in the world with the proper term for doing so and fear of you hurting their feelings, if that is the case. And she was being sarcastic. Yeah. It's definitely a distasteful joke. Should she lose her job for a distasteful, sarcastic remark? No, but if she is sitting here in front of a class of high school students protecting pedophiles and telling minors that they should also do the same, right? Literally the people that pedophiles go after minors in this case, um, Now it says that Daniel call vice president of El Paso independent school district board noted that while the lesson plans are approved by administrators, Parker appeared to stray from it in the particular class call had previously offered Parker. The benefit of the doubt saying the video had appeared to omit some important context and that it seemed Parker was only pretending to advocate the position. Now it did seem like she had some tonality there that seemed a little sarcastic, but I'm not gonna be the one to protect her update on my last post, after hearing from some of the students that were in the class, including my own nephew, I believe now that the teacher had appeared to be promoting and normalizing pedophilia was pretend, uh, I believe now that the teacher that appeared to be promoting in normalizing pedophilia was pretending to advocate a position. She didn't actually believe in, in order to challenge the students in preparation for them reading the play, the cruc. The video that many of us saw was missing. The important context. I regret the negative attention that the situation is brought to the teacher and wish her well. I'm told she is a great educator, but he ultimately voted in favor of firing her saying any reasonable person that heard what the seven trustees heard would've voted to terminate Amber Parker. Now Parker's husband. Jason said that Parker's comments were made to challenge students. Mr. Daniel call. I happen. The sick, the sick, what Mr. Daniel call, I happened to be the husband of the teacher in question Parker road on Facebook, I can tell you that we were shaken to our core about these accusations. It is both scary and disturbing that ANED 18. Second clip could destroy a 30 year career when taking completely out of context, she ex is exemplary as a teacher and truly cares about the students. Needless to say, we have spent many sleepless nights because of this cruel release to social media of the 18 seconds. We pray that you and the rest of the board will see this for what it is and not allow the edited video to destroy an innocent woman, her career, and her family in the process. I want to thank you personally for the updated post to begin to write this wrong. So it says that controversial classroom moments have been captured across the country. In recent years, driving parents to school, board meetings, demanding more of a say in their children's education. Um, Let's look at some of the comments here that says, this is a big problem with society, anything, and everything can be manipulated, um, input online or in the media to be the opposite of the actual facts. And once it is out, any correction, um, or apologies are buried and people are left with false impressions of circumstances. Uh, it also says that, um, want to know what's wrong with education today. After speaking with students and witnesses, I have come to believe that the teacher was being satirical and not expressing a view she held, but rather the opposite. I hear she is a great teacher, da, da, um, okay. That doesn't give us much information at all. Um, so it also says, so it is illegal to help a map with a cellulose nitrate and nitroglycerin assisted copper CLA PB projectile traveling at two times the speed of sound striking them with the frontal bone exiting the exci the bone, or is that still murder? Oh, I think that's called a gun.  um, interesting. All right. Anyways, so. This is, this is, this is, you know, good that these headlines are starting to lead in this direction. Right? Good. That we're starting to see pushback from not only the parents going to parent meetings, but also the school boards going in realizing the pushback that they're gonna have in these situations. Now, if this is a case where that teacher was being sarcastic, poor taste, poor timing, let's not even talk to children about the idea of normalizing pedophilia in the classroom. Obviously, you know, not the right way to go about that. Um, but should she be fired for having a sarcastic remark talking about maps? Eh, I don't know. But if she's saying that, you know, the, the sentence alone, maybe you shouldn't be talking about, you know, what did she say? So don't judge people just because they want to have sex for a five year old or with a five year old. Yeah. That's not funny. That's not a joke. That's not sarcasm. That's not that's wrong time and place. If you wanna do that at a bar and played devil's advocate on an argument, you know, you deserve to get ripped apart by whoever you're doing that with. Maybe you don't need to lose your job over it being sarcastic on that note. But in this case, don't talk to children about not judging people who wanna have sex with a five year old. 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That's the nature of war, but scientists in the country are looking to the skies and seeing something that they even didn't expect. Inordinate number of UFOs, according to a new pre-print paper published by Kiev's main as astronomical observation in coordination with the C's national academy of science. Say that three times fast. Uh, let's try it. Um, Kiev's main astronomical observation.  I said it wrong the first time. Astronomical observa, astronomical observatory in coordination, astronomical observatory in coordination with the country's national academic. Society of science. The paper does not specifically address the war, but in the United States, the Pentagon has long hinted, speculated and warned that some UFOs could be advanced technology from foreign military, specifically China and Russia, though. It hasn't been really given any evidence that this is actually the case. The Ukraine's paper is particularly notable because it is not showing that science has continued to, uh, to occur during this war, but also explains that there has been a lot, a lot of sightings. We see them everywhere. The researcher said we observe a significant number of objects whose nature is not clear. The paper is titled unidentified, aerial phenomenon, one observations and events come from observations made by NAS main astronomical observatory in Kiev, in a village south of Kiev called VIN. RKA. According to the papers authors, the observator took on the job of hunting for UFOs as an independent project because of the enthusiasm around the subject. Yeah. Interested. You got my interest. It goes on to say that it describes a specific type of UFO. The researchers call Phantoms. That is an object that is completely black body that does not emit and absorbs all of the radiation falling on it. The researchers also observed that the UFOs that seeing are so fast that it's even hard to take pictures of them. The eye does not fix phenomenon lasting less than one 10th of a second. The paper said it takes four tenths of a second to recognize an event. Ordinary photo and video recordings will also not even capture. The UAPs to detect UAPs. You need a to fine tune, the equipment, shutter speed frame rate, and dynamic range. Wow. So video cameras, recordings, photos, and even your eyes cannot see the UFOs that are flying across Kiev right now. And there's an astonishing number of them. It says wild. So the researchers did just that using two media monitoring stations in Kiev, in Veka, we have developed a special observation technique taking into account the high speeds of the observed objects. The paper said the exposure time was chosen so that the image of the object did not shift significantly. During ex exposure. The frame rate was chosen to take into account the speed of the object in the field of view of the camera in practice. The exposure time was less than one millisecond and the frame rate was no less than 50 Herz. Not sure what that means. Not a photographer. The scientist divided the phenomenon they observed with two into two different categories. Cosmics and PTO. We note that cosmics are luminous objects brighter than the background of the sky. We call these ships names of birds, swift Falcon, and Eagle. The paper said Phantoms are dark objects with contrast from several to about 50% says using camera stationed, roughly 75 miles apart allowed the scientist to make repeated observations of strange objects. Moving in the sky. The paper did not speculate on what the objects were. Merely noted the observations and mentioned the objects. Incredible speeds. They went on to say that flights of single group and squadrons of ships were detected. Moving at speeds from three to 15 degrees per second, Phantoms were observed in the troposphere at distances of up to 10 to 12 kilometers. We estimate their size from three to 12 meters and speeds up to 15 kilometers per second. Wow. 15 kilometers per second. If you break that down is something like, I don't know. It's like 1.8 to times, something like that. I don't know. So it's basically like nine miles per second. That math is probably terribly off. And I'm so sorry if you're somebody who goes by the metric system, I am not. So just trying to help you guys out  it says the easy explanation would be that these are missiles or rockets or something else associated with the war. But the scientists insist that their nature is not clear. UFOs are back in the public conscious. After a string of sightings were caught on camera by Navy pilots. Congress has demanded answers and the Pentagon responded by saying this is seen, that has seen some strange stuff, but needed more time and money of course, to, because they don't have enough money to send to Ukraine and also look into potential, you know, UFOs entering our airspace with alien beings inside of them. At the same time  to study the phenomenon appropriately. Congress gave them both. And the Pentagon open to the a, a R O oh, the a a R O is that we talked about this about a week or two weeks ago where the Pentagon basically opened an entire subdivision section specifically to study this phenomenon of alien UFOs, not, not potentially, you know, China and Russia, uh, military aircraft, they already sub sectioned off the potential of that. Right. They said that we believe that some of these are not of human origin. They defy the laws of physics as we know them. Okay. Wild, wild stuff. And they're starting to come out and talk more about. All right. The article goes on to say, um, a recent addendum in the Senate intelligence budget report said that the thread of UFOs was increasing exponentially and that the Pentagon's new office needed to focus on the UFOs that aren't manmade. Yep, exactly what we just talked about and exactly what we talked about a few episodes ago. So go ahead and listen to that one. When you're done with this one, um, Boris, the lead researcher of the paper declined to comment. This says that there's an update from nine 13, which is yesterday says the original version of this article stated that the Kiev study was a joint venture with the Pentagon and NASA. It was not vice has corrected the story and regrets this era. Wow, good on you. Vice way to go way to go. Now, one thing that, you know, speaking of corrections, there's been a lot of articles recently talking about how IRA Mein was allegedly put in. I think it was the CDC or the who said that IRA Mein is now an allowable substance when it comes to COVID and has helped significantly. Now, um, the correction that was made was basically that they are still not recommending it. They still want to do trials. That was the big correction that a lot of people made. Um, but they're saying that it's potential. Hmm. Um, but there's been a few people like Russell brand came out and made like an apology statement. Um, Russell brand's the actor. Awesome dude. One of my favorite favorite podcasts. I've like tried to categorize myself as a podcast and I'm like, I don't want to technically be Tucker Carlson. I don't want to technically be a political podcast. I want to be more like there's one person I can put myself in a category with. That's like kind of a mixture of like libertarian politics, not left or right. Mainstream narratives also kind of conspiracy based with a touch and little bit of like globalism pushback  and some good humor. Hopefully you think so. Um, it's Russell brand Russell. Brand's got a great thing going, if you haven't listened to his podcast, go check it out. It's definitely, uh, a bit on the same genre and topics that we discuss here. Pretty interesting stuff. A mix of politics, current events, pop culture, and a little bit of conspiracy stuff. If you know what I mean. All right. Now, Um, pretty wild stuff. The, the, the UFO situation is just wild to me. You know, there's been so many conversations, so many articles, so many, you know, governmental institutions that are pouring money into this now that are saying, and making this conversation mainstream, you cannot ignore it at this point, right. Whether they're pushing an agenda or not, because for how long they've known this stuff's going on, right. From Roswell to, you know, literally, um, who's the guy that went on to Joe Rogan. Um, uh, gosh, I blanking on the name. Um, but there's been so many people that have come out and said that they were a part of this, uh, you know, from anything from seeing UFO Aircrafts, you know, how long have those sightings been going on? Uh, Jeremy Corbe was the guy I'm thinking of. Um, and he basically is one of the most, uh, mainstream people talking about this. He's had so many good conversations, really good, uh, footage that he's caught on it, um, breaks down these things very, very well. Um, so. If you haven't heard that go listen to the Jeremy Corbe podcast, uh, with Joe Rogan, it it's quite quite interesting. Um, and he even talks to somebody else who claims to have been a part of it at Roswell. So that's pretty wild too. Um, and that was with, uh, who, what is that other guy's name? Of course I'm like, just trying to think of names that of people I can't recall. Um, but it's pretty crazy. He like says that he basically went in and saw the UFOs, saw the, um, saw Bob Laar is a whole documentary on it. Bob Laars documentary by Jeremy Corbe and they go into how he was literally taken by. It was like the, um, by the military, by the CIA or whoever was conducting these operations. And because he was like in the newspaper for building rocketships  and so, um, he, they, he basically went into, um, area 51. And said that he saw the ships, he saw, literally believed that he said saw aliens. It was like years and years ago, but he said that he saw them, um, in, in, so there's, uh, all of these things that came out, like the chemicals that they, the chemical compounds that he talked about prior to the government even saying they existed. So there's all these really weird correlations and all of these things. And Bob Laar is a very interesting character. Um, he doesn't seem to want a ton of attention off of it. He seems to just be like, he, he legitimately seems to be telling the truth. Um, it's a very interesting conversation. Go look up that documentary too, giving you lots of homework assignments today. Sorry. um, so, um, then we'll go ahead and talk about this in just a moment, which is the, the China situation with moon chemicals or. Nuclear fusion stuff. But one thing I did wanna show is that, you know, apparently Dr. Fauci, Dr. Fauci, Mr. Science himself is getting still grilled by Ram Paul, which I love. And you'll see in this clip, he's literally shaking due to this conversation. So let's go ahead and watch this Ram Paul article take a little bit of a shift from the alien stuff, um, which would kind of have been a nice segue into China going to the moon and finding this, but let's, let's, let's stop that segue. And let's go ahead and look at this. Yeah, actually, you know what, let's talk about it. if you have not heard China discovered a stunning crystal on the moon, which they believe could give us unlimited energy of nuclear fusion fuel. Now this article is by vice and it says that the find makes China the third country to discovery a new mineral on the moon. And the country says it's analyzed the soil for rail rare helium three. Interesting. It says that China has discovered a crystal from the moon made of a previously unknown mineral while also confirming that the lunar surface contains a key ingredient for nuclear FIS vision, a potential form of effective or effectively limitless power that harnesses the same forces that fuel the sun and other stars. The crystal was a part of a batch of lunar samples collected by China's change five mission, which landed on the moon in 2020 loaded up with about four pounds of rocks and delivered them to earth days later, each carefully sifting through the samples, which are now the first moon rocks returned to earth since 1976. If you believe that scientists at the Beijing research Institute of uranium, geology spotted a single crystal particle with a diameter smaller than the width of a human hair, the crystal is made of a novel mineral Chan change site. Named after the Chinese moon goddess change or changey, I don't know how you pronounce that. There's a hyphen between C H a N G and then the hyphen, and then E it also inspired China's series of lunar missions. It is confirmed that as a new mineral on Friday by the commission of new minerals, it's a weird commission, um, nomenclature in classification, which is, uh, brought down to C N M N C  of international mur neurological association. According to the Chinese state run publication. Global times change site is the sixth new mineral to be identified in moon samples. And the first to be discovered by China before China, only the us in Russia could claim to have discovered a moon, moon mineral. It is a transparent crystal that formed in a region of these Northern lunar nor near face. That is volcanically active about 1.2 billion years ago. Um, let's see what this article continues to say, which is according to the state media, the new lunar samples also contain helium three, a new version of the element helium that has long fascinated scientists and science fiction creators because of its potential as a nuclear FIS vision fuel source, the hypothetical form of power aims to harness energy released by atoms that merge under tremendous pressure, such as those in the interior of stars. Starlight is a ubiquitous product of nuclear fusion, but human made fusion reactors will still likely take decades to develop assuming that they are fusible at all that sad. If these reactors do become a reality, helium three would be a good fuel candidate because it produces less radioactive byproducts and nuclear waste compared to other atoms. Whereas helium three is incredibly scarce on earth. It is abundant on the moon, a disparity that has stoked dreams of mining the minerals on the lunar surface. Along those lines, China has joined the United States and other nations and expressing interest in extracting resources from the moon. In the future. Very, very interesting. Now, a couple article titles that I'll go through here, and I'm not gonna dive deep into these articles, but I just want you to know them. It says that China is planning to turn the moon into a giant space shield sounds like some star war shit. Um,  uh, and another one is also, um, space junk, crashing all over the world, upsetting everyone. You know, I, I'm not that upset about space junk. Haven't heard about it much other than the fact that it's an unbelievable amount of space junk surrounding our earth. If you haven't heard about that, there's literally, there's a, I'm pretty sure there's a, a map that you can look at of the earth. And it shows all of the space junk, which is like little things that we've sent up in pieces of, uh, satellites and things like that. Like when they're done with a satellite, they're done using it, all of the satellites we've ever put up there, they just leave them there. Even if they break down, even if there's things that go on with them, um, pretty, pretty wild stuff. Like they almost be like the, when they go to plan a mission. To go into space. Oh, allegedly. Um,  when they go to plan the mission, they do math calculations because they track all of the space junk and try to figure out. How, what timing of day based on the trajectory, the speed of the, uh, the speed of the rocket or whatever, um, to try and make it. So it does not hit space junk because even if it hits a marble size of space, junk going 35,000 million miles an hour, however fast they go, it's going to destroy, destroy the, um, destroy the ship. So they have to calculate it based on the timing. And there's so, so much junk in space, um, that it's very difficult for them to time. Um, another article here from this is from a little while ago, it says Mars formation that looks like alien doorway spotted by NASA Rover. How do we not hear about this stuff? There's so much wild things going on in the world today that it's. I, I am so under the idea  this is a simulation, the simulation theory is so interesting to me because what is the likelihood there was like literally horse and buggies, like a hundred years ago, right? 1922 people were literally riding horses almost. And now just so it happens to be the timing that we're alive, that we get to see the most interesting technological booms ever. Right. You wanna go back and talk, you know, and it's like a hundred years ago is literally your great grandparents. Your great grandparents were alive a hundred years ago for sure. A hundred years ago, right? Maybe, maybe not maybe your great-great grandparents, but maybe your great grandparents, depending on how old you are. Um, and maybe your parents even right. A hundred years is not that long ago. Right. And 500 years is not that long ago, either 500 years ago is literally your great, great, great, great, great grandparents. That means five people had sex and now you're here  and all of a sudden we went from all living like the Amish or the Indians. And all of the sudden, since the 15 hundreds, we are looking at space formations, nuclear, fission rocks, talking about aliens, visiting us. I'm literally speaking to you through a plastic piece of, uh, you know, bullshit that nobody know how knows exactly how it works. You know, it's like, it's so wild that we live here today in this reality on this timeline that it just seems so unprobable to me, I just don't get it. There's, there's literally no way.  the likelihood that I am not a Amish person on a farm, you know, 1500, you know, and even the fact of like 2000 years ago,  being that far again, that's not that far. That's literally not that far. Not that far. Right? 25, 30, 30 sexes ago.  that's gonna be the way that I, I, I think of time now is how many people had to have sex between now and then for you to be in that era 30 sexes ago, you could have been living in a. The same time as Jesus. And now they want to tell us that like, you know, literally the worth was the earth was, you know, however many, you know, years old. It's like, nah, I don't believe ya. I don't believe ya. I don't think so. There was an article that came out there was like 30,000. Um, they found the body that, you know, was kind of disputing all science on humanities, you know, uh, timeline. It was like 30,000 years old or even, maybe even longer than that. But there's some really interesting scientific articles and things that have come out that, that even say that it's longer than that. Right. That, that say that the pyramids were really from like there's, there's all of the sentiment that's been eroded underneath. Like there's like pyramids under the pyramids that are coming. and, uh, they they're like challenging all of the science, all of their religious beliefs. All of the things that we talk about today is being the timeline of humanity, right. It it's, it's pretty wild stuff. Um, and, and it's something they'd be interested in because, you know, we even go back into the conversation from yesterday of like the, or yesterday of last week and the queen and the reptilian species. it's so funny how easily you can jump into reptilian, Illuminati, reptiles, uh, controlling the world. Um, but there's like this whole idea of the Sumerians and the Sumerians being visited. And the Sumerians are like one of the very first humanity, like, uh, very first peoples, um, that humanity believed existed and the Sumerian race being visited and given technology that, that we can't even comprehend today. The, the ancient Sumerian societies had mathematical equations to map out the cosmos and, and like, let me look up the timeline of like, when, um, the Sumerian, uh, We're even around, um, because it's, it's so wild when you look up the actual history of, of ancient Sumeria. Um, this says it was like 2,350 BC. So 4,005,000 years ago, um, in Sumer, uh, the Sumerians were people of Southern Mesopotamia whose civilization flourished between 4,100 to 1750 BC. So six, 7,000 years ago, um, like the ancient Sumerian technology let's, you know, let's, let's dive into it. I got a little bit of whiskey left. Let's dive into the ancient Sumerian technology.  we, we might as well, let's see if I can find it. Um, let's see, ancient Sumerian technology. And if you're still here with me, I appreciate ya. This is fun. Let's do it. Ancient Sumerian technology. Um, let's go ahead and see what, uh, is questionable. Let's see what we can find here. So a few of the articles that are coming up is ancient Sumerian technology, nine ancient Sumerian tech, uh, inventions that changed the world. Um, let's see, there's like photo there's like hieroglyphics of the Sumerians with, you know, weird technology and seeing like, um, Kymera reptiles and, and different beings and g

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The Jesus Storybook Bible Podcast
54. Prayer Is a Lifeline to His Love: Tish Harrison Warren

The Jesus Storybook Bible Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 13:09


Writer and Anglican priest Tish Harrison Warren says prayer matters—even when it seems like God isn't listening. Tish shares the hard season that pushed her into a new perspective on prayer: that we don't pray to change our circumstances. We pray because it brings us into a closer relationship with God. We pray because it changes us.   Quotes “Christianity is not a performance. It's union with God.”  —Tish Harrison Warren “Oftentimes, God feels so wild and mysterious and big, and I feel so small that I kind of don't know where to start with prayer—which I didn't really feel when I was younger. So I think God has gotten maybe bigger and more mysterious to me. But I think that might be part of Christian maturity.” —Tish Harrison Warren “I didn't know how to trust God. I didn't know how to talk to God, and I didn't know where to start. And so in the midst of that, the prayers of the church became sort of a lifeline for me.”  —Tish Harrison Warren “We are asked by God to pray for the things we feel we need and the things we want. And even in the person of God himself, in Christ, we see that God allows deep suffering in our life. And so holding that together is difficult.” —Tish Harrison Warren “I think prayer is about entering into the presence of God.” —Tish Harrison Warren   Tish Harrison Warren's LinksTish Harrison Warren's website Tish Harrison Warren's Facebook Tish Harrison Warren's Twitter Tish Harrison Warren's Instagram    Resources Mentioned in This EpisodeLiturgy of the Ordinary by Tish Harrison Warren Prayer in the Night by Tish Harrison Warren  The New York Times  Christianity Today   Connect with Sally Lloyd-JonesJesus Storybook Bible Facebook Jesus Storybook Bible Instagram  Sally's website Sally's Facebook Sally's Instagram   *Episode produced by Four Eyes Media*

Behind the Bliss Podcast
Seeking God in the Ordinary with Matthew West | Episode 200

Behind the Bliss Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 34:06


So often we hear about seeing God move in the highest highs and lowest lows of our life. But what about those everyday moments? Sometimes it's so easy to get swept up in the everyday that we forget God meets us there too. Musician Matthew West is joining us today to talk all about how to seek God in the ordinary, mundane moments of life! Shownotes: behindtheblisspodcast.com/shownotes/200 BTB on Instagram: instagram.com/behindtheblisspodcast Rachel on Instagram: instagram.com/rachel.awtrey

Out of the Ordinary
198. Still Sharing a Seat at the Table

Out of the Ordinary

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 42:30


Key Conversation Points: Why do we keep going with this Podcast Marriage? Lisa-Jo and Christie have learned their dance and we still claim the best stories grow out of ordinary life! There is no golden ticket around the corner and that's as it should be.  This podcast is like a table and each week we sit and look at our completely regular life and think it's enough.  We keep going because we need these reminders too!  Thanks for sitting with us for four years and here's to SEASON FIVE!  Podcast links: Follow Lisa-Jo on Instagram @lisajobaker and Christie at @christiepurifoy and please leave a review about what you think about today's podcast! Click here to join the conversations we have with listeners every week around the podcast. _______ Sponsor appreciation: We're so grateful to partner with show sponsors that keep making our work possible. Click here to complete the quiz with Aisling Interiors on the space you want to redesign, then use code “ordinary'' at check out to receive 10% off any booking.  Click here to visit join Thrive Market today and get $80 in free groceries! Click here to purchase the book Liturgy of the Ordinary and use the code TISH22 for 30% off the book. Click here to visit Olive & June for 20% off your first Mani System. Salon-perfect nails from home is now a dream come true with Olive & June! Click here to visit Green Chef and use code ordinary135 to get $135 across 5 boxes and your first box ships free! The #1 Meal Kit for Eating Well! Click here to join over 1 million people taking charge of their mental health through the online counseling offered by BetterHelp. Get 10% off your first month. Click here to visit Nutrafol and use the promo code ORDINARY to save $15 off your first subscription. Plus, FREE shipping on every order.

Beyond the Ordinary
How her love of basketball took Nadine Selaawi from Egypt to the US – and back

Beyond the Ordinary

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 12:40


Meet basketball player Nadine Selaawi, the teenage schoolgirl from Egypt who challenged cultural expectations and went to the USA to follow her dreams. Inspired by her family, Nadine became a record-breaking athlete at college, and now she's preparing for the Red Bull Half Court World Final back home in Cairo.This is a long read taken from Red Bull.com. Read this article at https://www.redbull.com/int-en/nadine-selaawi-egyptian-basketball-profileDiscover more about Beyond the Ordinary and find every episode at redbull.com/beyondtheordinary

Intentional Performers with Brian Levenson
Dr. Michele Borba on Thrivers

Intentional Performers with Brian Levenson

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 67:40


Michele Borba, Ed.D. is an educational psychologist, former classroom teacher and Mom who has spoken to over one million parents and educators in 19 countries. She is recognized for her solution-based strategies on raising resilient kids, and recipient of the Sanford N. McDonnell Lifetime Achievement Award in Character Education. Dr. Borba has appeared over 150 times on the TODAY show and featured in outlets including New York Times, Dr. Phil, Washington Post, Time, and Dateline. She has written 24 books, translated in 20 languages, with her latest being Thrivers: The Surprising Reasons Why Some Kids Struggle and Others Shine.   Michele had a number of amazing insights during our conversation. Some of them include: “It's a different world that we're raising our children in than in what we grew up in” (8:00). “Our kids will be faced with adversity. We can't sugarcoat it. We can't rescue them. We have to prepare them for life” (9:00). “The highest correlation with [adverse mental health outcomes] is how we deal with negative experiences” (11:05). “The first thing we need to do is help our kids learn to handle adversity, because everybody is going to have a negative experience” (11:15). “Let's start being preventative” (12:00). “It's not one challenge that bothers us, it's the build-up” (13:20). “Thrivers are made, not born” (13:40). “Resilience is teachable” (16:15). “The thing that's going to keep [kids'] passion alive, their grit alive, is knowing who they are” (19:25). “Figure out who your kid is, not who you want them to become” (19:40). “That's when your grit is the strongest, when you're doing something you love” (20:55). “You have to feel compassionate for yourself. If you feel okay about who you are and take care of you and your own needs, you're actually going to be more likely to reach out and feel for another person” (25:45). “Are you managing your stress and taking care of yourself? Because if you don't, your stress feeds over to your kids” (31:10). “Breathe so your kids can breathe” (31:40). “You need to recognize your own stress level” (33:00). “Find what works for you and stick to it as a routine and a ritual” (34:00). “A sense of hope is core to resilience” (36:00). “Ordinary things can be extraordinary and make extraordinary magic in overcoming adversity” (46:15). “We've got to give our kids a repertoire of coaching strategies and buffers. They're all teachable” (46:40). “Empathy and curiosity are powerful together” (55:30). “When stress builds, curiosity goes down” (59:30). “We're more curious when we're with other people” (1:01:15). “You've got to make failure an option. You're never going to get better if you can't make a mistake” (1:02:15).   Additionally, if you'd like to do so you can connect with Michele here! You can follow Michele on social media on Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn. I'd also encourage you to read all of Michele's books, including her most recent ones: Thrivers: The Surprising Reasons Why Some Kids Struggle and Others Shine, UnSelfie: Why Empathetic Kids Succeed in Our All-About-Me World, and Building Moral Intelligence. You can find all of Michele's information on her website. Thank you so much to Michele for coming on the podcast! I wrote a book called “Shift Your Mind” that was released in October of 2020, and you can order it on Amazon and Barnes and Noble. Additionally, I have launched a company called Strong Skills, and I encourage you to check out our new website https://www.strongskills.co/. If you liked this episode and/or any others, please follow me on Twitter: @brianlevenson or Instagram: @Intentional_Performers. Thanks for listening.

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
The Office's BRIAN BAUMGARTNER: Celebrating the Ordinary

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 70:22 Very Popular


Brian Baumgartner (The Office, Off The Beat) joins us this week to reflect on how the celebration of the ordinary with a show like The Office has led to its resurgence as one of the most popular shows today, even years after it ended. Brian shares stories landing his role as Kevin and talks about how the show has gained a second life with podcasts, NY Times best sellers, and his very own chili cookbook. We also talk about our shared backroom run ins with Jack Nicholson, how separation from his phone by going golfing eases his anxiety, and Brian's catalyst moment that moved him from theater to film and television. New York Times Best-Selling Author Brian Baumgartner's new chili cookbook, Seriously Good Chili Cookbook, is available everywhere on September 13. Visit seriouslygoodchilicookbook.com for additional information and to order your copy today! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Quantitude
S4E01: Ordinary Least Squares: Back Where It All Began

Quantitude

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 51:25 Transcription Available Very Popular


In the opening episode to Season 4, Greg and Patrick delve into ordinary least squares estimation: where it came from, what it attempts to achieve, and where it can take us from here. Along the way they also discuss Golden Retrievers who are neither golden nor retrieve, Olivia Newton-John, sub-conning out their own work,  the meat sweats, sh*t you should know, being intolerably self-righteous, losing your camel, saying ham in French, Calvinball, Frank finding Gauss's corpse, crudely describing regression, and Sexy Hulk. 

Calvary Church
Heroes, Week 1: Pants on Fire // Josh Crum

Calvary Church

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 31:17


Thanks for listening! Want to know more about Calvary? Visit calvary-church.com to get connected. The actions and skills of our heroes can feel unattainable. But the Bible shows us a different kinds of heroes, ones who were ordinary and flawed, just like us. These biblical heroes recognized their need for strength outside themselves, and God used them in extraordinary ways. Ordinary people, just like us, accomplished extraordinary things. But what made these characters truly heroic? They did not simply point to themselves but instead to the ultimate hero, Jesus. Live on Sunday, September 11, 2022.

Plant Yourself - Embracing a Plant-based Lifestyle
Is It OK to be Ordinary?: Dr Ronald Siegel on PYP 532

Plant Yourself - Embracing a Plant-based Lifestyle

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 67:55


Our society tells us to excel; to be special; to reach for the stars. But what's the cost of setting the bar so high? Does it make us happy, or allow us to connect with the people around us? Can we be OK with being ordinary?

River of Life Missoula
These Ain't Your Ordinary J's

River of Life Missoula

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 40:56


In part 3 of the Armor Up series, Pastor Jason talks about our kicks. The Bible says for shoes we should "put on the peace that comes from the Good News."

Conrad Life Report
Episode 92

Conrad Life Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 18:56


Topics: neighborhood report, stoop hangs, watering the school garden, Dolce Brooklyn, Nicky's Unisex, Roger Waters at Madison Square Garden, trip to New Haven, Old Heidelberg, Ordinary, Modern Apizza, Norwalk Cove Mini Golf, first day of school, Sunny's, Strong Rope Red Hook, Live at Gilley's by Kris Kristofferson, Eight Freedoms by New Freedom Sound, How Do You Burn? by Afghan Whigs, I'm So Free: The 1971 RCA Demos by Lou Reed, Back On The Road To You by Freedy Johnston, The Individualist: Digressions, Dreams, and Dissertations by Todd Rundgren.

St. Francis de Sales Church
2022-09-11: Ordinary – 24 – C – 2022

St. Francis de Sales Church

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 18:26


Fr. David Sizemore

It's a Matter Of...
Out Of The Ordinary - Nicola Kilner, Co-Founder and CEO, DECIEM Inc.

It's a Matter Of...

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 33:26


Leadership can be learned, but some people are just born with the innate capacity to lead. Being a natural leader often has a, you know it when you see it quality. Instead of learning to become an effective leader, they have the instinctive ability to inspire others to follow their vision.The charisma of such leaders can have both a light and dark quality and Nicola Kilner, the Co-Founder and CEO of Deciem has had to navigate both. Nicola joins Kelly Kovack to discuss going through the incredible ups and very public downs, and how she has used empathy, honesty and radical transparency to build a formidable global brand, and a strategic exit to The Estée Lauder Companies. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

SomeOrdinaryPodcast
Sneako Is Out of Control (Ft. YourBudTevin) | Some Ordinary Podcast #38

SomeOrdinaryPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022


YourBudTevin joins us to talk about YouTube and Twitch's broken policies, dodging age restrictions, and insane anime dubs.