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E3 is over, and all of the latest and greatest video games of the next year have made their debut. What looks good? What looks great? What looks like it shouldn't have been made in the first place? Find out today as we review E3 this year.
Afterwards, we will have special guest author Tom Knighton (author of Bloody Eden, Bad Moon on the Rise, and more). The topic is Sad Puppies and the Hugos. What are sad puppies (aside from youthful canines with mood problems)? What do they have to do with what some consider to be science fiction's greatest award? Will Sad Puppies win? Or will their adversaries destroy the Hugos before letting "outsiders" into the clubhouse? Tom Knighton will be sure to unravel the complicated situation.
Foolish politicians continue to lead from behind- they contiune to corrupt our values and culture by pushing their idelogical agendas both here and abroad- the cost of those actions is one that America continues to pay at is own peril. The sad tragedy in Oregon is yet another example of how far we have fallen as a country as we continue to surrender our values and undermine our belief system, at the cost of lives
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Shhhh! Sad, Shocking and Sexy (re childhood abuse) with author Kelly Flook
"Shhhh! is a sad, shocking and sexy story about what happened to a child born into an upper-class, Southern farm family when she didn't 'act like a lady.' In 1940 her father married his maid - twenty-seven years his junior. He was a proud 'ole peacock. She was his young hen. Her mother lived to be the 'proper wife,' the 'proper mother.' They were to be 'ladies.' Mother was. Kelly's sister was. She wasn't.
Her book is for the 39 million survivors of childhood sexual abuse reported at the end of the 20th century living in the USA alone. This is an invitation for those who suffer to begin healing.
For more information visit: http://www.kellyflook.com/
Welcome Listeners! We are reading...2 Corinthians: Chapter 2 Summary
The Painful Visit
Okay, the real reason that Paul cancelled his visit to Corinth is because he didn't want to have another "painful visit." At least that's what happened the last time he stopped in Corinth. Ouch.
Apparently, there was some kind of disagreement between Paul and a male member of the Corinthian congregation. Paul doesn't go into details (we're guessing the Corinthian gossip mill has already made this news known). He also doesn't name his opponent, so we'll just call him the Offending Brother.
We don't know what happened, but we do know that what was really upsetting about the whole incident was that the Corinthians ended up siding with the Offending Brother instead of Paul. How rude!
Paul cancelled his travel plans and did what he does best—he wrote a letter. This letter made him super sad though and he cried a ton while writing it.
The Tears Did It!
But—good news—the letter worked. Paul hears that the Corinthians have kicked the Offending Brother out of the church.
Okay, but now, Paul tells them they should work on bringing him back into the church (wait, what?). Oh, you know. Forgiveness and all that jazz.
Paul heard all this news first hand from his friend, Titus (who had been to visit Corinth). Needless to say, this made Paul very, very happy.
But really, this is all God's handiwork. He has led Paul and his fellow apostles on a victory march through the streets. God loves a parade, apparently.
Paul and his cohorts aren't like some apostles who are really just "peddlers of God's word." They're sincere and truthful. They come from God. Now that's a solid resume. Thanks to Shmoop.com
In the "YARD GOATS!" edition, Jeffrey and Chris actually recorded before the announcement of YARD GOATS, so this podcast is mostly full of sad things (unless you are a Swedish soccer fan). We touch on Zack Wheeler's torn UCL, discuss our most gut-punching moments as a Mets fan, and consider Wilmer Flores, Mets Opening Day shortstop (again). There are some happy things, we suppose. David Wright hit a big dong, Lucas Duda will probably be good again, and Ronny is an Amazin' Avenue reader apparently (and has some damn stylish glasses). Oh, and definitely stick around for a discussion of Aderlin Rodriguez batting practice laser shows.
28:1) There will be a very sad dau in Ephraim! The Leaders of Ephraim are very proud but they are drunks. Ephrahim is like abeautiful flower, but it will die. It will not always be beautiful. Ephraimis at the top of a velly whre there are good plants. But wine causes its people to fall over...
Sometimes when God send a word of warning and judgement to His people the word is heard by the people as foolish and they receive it as a person who is drunk on alcohol and it does not make sense to them. But God is not speaking to a drunk people but a people who are sober and ready to hear His word unlike the days of old. Be sober band be vigilant ...
Rummy, ice cream, martha reeves, the pope, 4 million dollars, alarming freezers, tim allen, and more.
A sad story.....
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According to Dictionary.com—
Summer is “a period of fruition, fulfillment, happiness, or beauty.” Winter is “a period of time characterized by coldness, misery, barrenness, or death.”
Do You Suffer from SAD?: Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a form of depression that can appear gradually, or all at once, during the fall and winter months.
Meditation: Winter’s key to moving outward, not just inward. You go to the source of creativity, bliss, and intelligence when you meditate. They are productive qualities of consciousness, and they support you when you call upon them. Calling upon them happens in outer life. In a beautiful way, winter is the best time of year to learn how productive inner silence can be, because it’s the time of year when nature gathers itself inwardly. Follow its rhythm, not passively, but as an avenue to deepening your life experience.
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Tuesday, on "The Family Meeting" I'm "coming out" about my MIA. There is a difference between depression and feeling sad. In the African American community there is stigma that it is a "weakness" so the rate of suicide amongst the men is greater than other ethnicities. Children get depressed too. Parents might dismiss their child being sad and in actuality they are depressed. Just because you can't see it, it doesn't mean it hurts.
TOPS RADIO LIVE - Fear from speaking TRUTH publicly is a sad situation