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the bomb's right there in the stadium? how can you be sure? parker: i'm not, but wouldn't it explain why marcus didn't have the location of the last bomb? jules: yes, and he wouldn't have known it himself
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when they mentioned the triage on the news. jules, a lot of these people can't be moved easily. it's gonna take a lot more time than we might have. best chance is finding that bomb, and defusing it. jules: okay, boss, if this is a last-minute target, he still could be there. you watch yourself! parker: okay, just send me a photo. jules: now, listen, i don't think talk is an option, okay? he's not gonna wanna be psychologized, especially by a guy in uniform. you are everything that he hates. yeah, copy that. hey, i want you to meet me over there. spike: okay, boss, we'll get a kit sent to you right away. meantime, your tac knifeis your best friend. see if you can get an ohm meter from a stadium tech. (low hum of confused chatter) parker: this is the bomber, his name is marcus faber. keep your weaps ready. we're looking for packages, wires, suitcases. check stairwells, garbage cans, vents. it could be anything, anywhere. all right? communications on channel three. good luck.
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you want maximum damage from a single bomb, right? yeah, right. he knows that bomb will not take that stadium down, and this is his grand finale. parker: yeah. it's gonna be dirty. greg, he's gonna put that bomb up somewhe high, somewhere where everyone in that stadium will be exposed. and the city outside, eddie. i'll keep you posted. (confused chatter) (siren chirps, brakes screech) (siren wails, brakes screech) jules: it's taking way too long. ed: boss, jules and i are on the scene. evac's a mess here. (confused murmurs)
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i've found the bomb, top level, catwalk. you were right, eddie. edi'm on my way up. parker: negative, negative. ed, this one's definitely dirty. i you need to clear everyone awa and get everyone out of range. boss, are you sure? spike, cs 137. i'm sending you a photo. spike: boss, my bomb is defused, i can be there in minutes. up high, maximum damage. (sighs) caesium 137, right next to the c4. i've got access to a timer - three minutes, forty seconds. officer, let's move these people back! clear room for vehicles. officer: copy that. sam: we need to get the most critical out now!
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(siren wails) can you locate the power supply? not that i can see. spike: okay, it's gonna be undernth just like all the other ones. what about the detonator, is that exposed? not that i can see, spike. spike: that's 'cause he's gott in the middle of the c4. okay, boss, the first thing we gotta do, we gotta make sure... the anti-handling devices - we gotta find those first, okay? so i want you to check for leads. do you see any leads going into the circuit? yeah, stand by. spike: yes! okay, perfect. get the ohm meter and i want you to check thatircuit. (slide clicks) (panicked, confused chatter) ed: winnie, we need every available vehicle down here now! (bangs on door) jules: get the door! (breathing heavily)
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ohm meter's holding steady at nine. spike: it means there's no resistance in the circuit. parker: yeah, is that a good thing? spike: that's a great thing, boss. it means there's no anti-handling devices. there's a clear path to the detonator and the power supply. he must've ran o of time on this bomb or something. step by step, what do i do next? (gunshot, parker gasps) (winnie gasps) ed: boss? spike: boss! parker: i'm taking fire. he's here, it's him! (gunshot) ed: sam! sam: right behind you! (firing repeatedly) (firing repeatedly) parker: okay, spike, what do i do? what do i do? (grunts, hit) marcus: get away from the bomb! boss, are you there? boss, you there? (hoarsely) yeah, just took it in the vest.
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spike, what do i do next? just lift the cover, boss! just lift the cover and get underneath to the power source. parker: okay, spike. (gunshot fires) oh! agh! (cries out with rage) (groans) (groaning hoarsely) (whimpers) (weakly) marcus? marcus, listen to me. i know i'm not gonna try to talk you down, and i'm not gonna try to talk you down because i know you don't care. oh, you tried to hurt those around me. you killed kids, you killed people i love, and i know you don't feel any fear anymore because your message is already out there. (spits) that feels good, doesn't it? your will, your messages... will live on.
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sever the wire! cut the wire between the power supply and the detonator. (parker grunts in pain) (wire snaps) (parker moans in pain) (weakly) sorry... sorry it didn't work out because i just stopped your bomb... and my team stopped your other bombs. your message isn't going anywhere. your message is going nowhere. you're done! you're done! (gunshots fire) (parker gasps for breath) (choking) you stay with me! sam: subject neutralized. okay, okay, i got ya, i got ya. we have an officer down! we need ems to the upper level now! i repeat, officer down!
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we need a medic up here now! you're gonna be okay, buddy. you stay with me, i got you. i got you. dean: stay with us, dad, we're here! stay with us. you did it, buddy, you defused the bomb. are you trying to put spike out of a job? huh? i got you... i got you... they're on their way. we're gonna get you out of this. (chokes back a sob) hey, you remember a couple years ago when i had to shoot goran tomasic, and you said to me, buddy, "you might wanna do the math on all the 'i'm fine's.'" i've never said thank you. you're more than fine, buddy. you're more than fine... stay with me. no, you don't.
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we're not done! parker: (shallow raspy breaths) we're not done! no you don't! greg, don't leave me. you're not going anywhere! greg, stay here! stay here! you're staying here! medic!
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and i will turn my eyes away from the harsh light of your day and i have slept through pouring rain it was all that kept me sane and i'm so afraid to love you ed: you know, what have i told you guys about holding hands at the station? we're off the clock, boss. where is everybody? they're just behind. ed, good speech. thank yo it was a tough one. jules: sadie, look who's here! aunt winnie and uncle spike! she didn't fall asleep in the car? sam: she didn't wanna miss any of the action. yeah, she's all like, "where am i going?" what kept you guys?
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nice speech, ed. thank you. i'm learning a lot about this guy tonight. thank you, buddy, you said some nice things tonight. ed: you're welcome. look, i hated to drag you outta your retirement party early, but i just thought that uh... you know, it might be nice, just u.. last time as team one. yep. winnie: here, let me take her. come on, sadie! yes! there we go! (sadie coos) oh, she's adorable! let's go for a walk! (bottles open, cans snap open) ed: guys, to uh... absent friends. mm-hmm. to donna and lou. donna and lou. ed: to the new team leader of team three! sam: thank you. and to the new head instructor at the academy, bravely teaching the next generation.
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and to sergeant lane, for taking team one forward. sarge. all: cheers! i miss it. i miss it like hell. i know you do. but you're here, ed, and you're all here. yeah. parker: and i've got my hand on your backs, just like you've always had your hands on mine.
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>> announcer: the following is a paid presentation for lifelock, the best identity-theft protection available. identity theft is the fastest growing crime in america. >> i startedetting phone calls from credit collection companies. "you've opened an account here and here and here." they wanted payment. and it was payment for things that i did not do. >> i was hit with 12 different cases of identity theft within three days. how did somebody get ahold of my identity and become me? >> you see those movies about identity theft and, you know, someone living an alternate life and taking over, and i was scared. she had my home address, she had my telephone number, she had my social security number, and she was able to make a purchase for $8,000. >> someone got ahold of my driver's license number and
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be me, giving my information to the police officer. my eloyer told me that i had seven days to clear it up or i would be unemployed. i had to prove that i was innocent because, to them, i'm looking guilty as if i have something to hide. >> in my early days with the fbi, the crooks would go into a bank with sunglasses and a hat, rob the bank, they'd probably get caught, face 10 years in prison. now they steal our identities. >> announcer: 1 in 4 people have experienced identityheft. your age and your income don't matter to identity thieves. just having a social security number makes you a target. >> crime is changing. criminals have moved into cyber crime because they know the risk's low to them and the payoff is much higher. >> announcer: over 100 million americans have had their personal data exposed, and there's a new victim of identity fraud every 2 seconds. >> we're all vulnerable to identity theft, unfortunately. for savvy consumers who really
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financial wellbeing, you have to be proactive and take steps to guard against this problem. >> announcer: in the digital age, our information is everywhere, making us l more vulnerable to identity theft. that's why millions of people have become members of lifelock. it's the best identity-theft protection available. >> it was a very empowering experience for me to have lifelock on my side. >> they're helping protect m number. >> lifelock made it so i can go >> i feel safe. lifelock's there. >> i don't need to worry about this now. i can't tell you how happy that made me. >> announcer: stay tuned and meet top experts in the field of identity theft. learn some of the tricks identity thieves do to steal your personal information. >> so this is how easy it is to skim this card. >> announcer: and learn more about how lifelock detects fraud and helps protect you from identity theft. >> detecting fraud is a lot like squeezing jell-o. as soon as you stop it at one place, it squirts out somewhere else.
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last decade of our research specifically to identity fraud protection. >> announcer: find out more about what a lifelock membership means to you and meet some of the lifelock identity protection agents ready to answer your questions, to help resolve identity-theft problems, and to keep watch over your private information. >> you have this whole team of people on your side, and you know that you don't have to go it alone. i don't know what i would have done without lifelock. >> when i first got the alert from lifelock, my reaction was actually, "ha ha, i got you." since i'd been alerted and lifelock was helping me resolve the issue, whoever was doing that wasn't going to be able to benefit. >> i was a victim of identity theft, and it wasn't fun. i was on my own. i had no idea what to do. and it was a terrible feeling. but it wasn't as bad as when it happened to my daughter, who was 7 at the time. somebody had stole her social security number. i was furious. i was concerned about her future.
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because i had heard about them. i looked into what they offer, and it was the best thing i ever did. >> announcer: now let's join lifelock member tom jourden to learn more about identity theft, the fastest growing crime in america. with tom is former fbi agent and renowned speaker jeff lanza, an exrt in fraud, cyber crime, and identity theft. >> jeff, thanks for being here. >> you're welcome. >> you know, 10 years ago, i didn't even think about identity theft, but then, unfortunately, i became a victim. and now we hear that it's the fastest growing crime in america. why is that? >> a couple of reasons why it's the fastest growing crime in america -- number one, it's easy to commit, and the bad guys know that. the second reason is, it's very lucrative. so once they get your information, especially your social security number, then it's easy to convert that into information. and once that happens, the victim is left with a lot of problems. >> i think most people think if they have a problem, their bank
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take care of it for them, right? >> well, it depends on what the problem is. if the problem is credit card fraud, someone used your existing credit card number or cloned your card, yeah, the bank will take care of that. but that's just one pa of the problem of identity theft. there's a much broader problem, and that is when someone steals your identity entirely. they've got your i.d., they've got your social security number, they apply for these accounts in your name. you don't even know it's happening. you may not figure it out until you get a call from a bill collector, a credit card company that says you're past due on a credit card that you don't even know you had. >> so when you're on your own, you're kind of just blind that this is happening 'cause there's no one out there looking out for you. >> that's exactly right. you know, we have our jobs, we have our family, we have our life. do you want to take hours out of your day, maybe for days and weeks at a time, to try to figure out how to correct the problems that the identity thief caused? if you were gonna do all that, i don't know how much time it would take or even whe you would begin to do that. you don't have the technology to do that. >> so, in general, the advice you would give -- what can we do
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>> the earlier identity theft gets detected, the sooner you can address the issues and stop it from getting worse, and that's where lifelock comes in. they deal with this every day. >> when jennifer learned a fraudulent account was opened in her name, she thought shcould easily deal with it on her own. >> so here i am trying to call and prove that i'm the real jennifer, and they just don't believe me. probably talked to six or seven people. each time i'd have to repeat my story. "i did not sign up for this credit card. i don't owe you any money." that person says, "well, i can't help you, but let me transfer you to this person," and it's just so aggravating. it's like, "just send me to the right person." i almost got to the point where i was like, "let me pay for this $400 and just close the account and let's be done," but the thing is, there were other credit cards out there. you just don't know how deep it goes. when my lifelock agent got involved, somehow she knew exactly who to talk to. i never figured out that, but she knew exactly who to talk to. and she helped me take care of it. >> we work, shop, even pay bills almost anywhere.
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us more vulnerable to identity theft. jim stkley is paid to think like a hacker. he's been featured on investigative reports revealing where we're the most vulnerable to cyber crime. >> no one thinks they're gonna fall victim to identity theft, but check this out. in a caf\ like this, you know, people have this idea that they're safe when they're online. they feel it's being provided by the local caf\ here, so it should be safe. the reality is, though, that something like this -- this is a wi-fi device -- can be brought to a local caf\, set up right here in front of people without them even knowing it, and instead of them connecting to the wi-fi in the organization, they'll be connecting to this wi-fi device instead. what if they type in login credentials? i've got them. if they type in a password, i've got it. if they type in credit card information, i'll get that, as well. all of this information can be captured by the criminal, and en they can use that information to commit identity theft. i do these scams to show people what's going on out there. criminals are continually finding new ways to rip people
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and the bottom line is, you need somebody in your court. that's why lifelock makes so much sense. >> these real lifelock members all volunteered to share their experience in this show. stay tuned to hear more true stories, learn more about how identity thieves work, and find out how lifelock can help protect your identity. >> announcer: identity theft is the fastest growing crime in america. are you at risk? you could be if you bank or shop online, have health insurance or fill out medical forms, if you have a smartphone or use public wi-fi, even if you file your taxes online. no matter how careful you are, your social security number and yo other personal information is out there out of your control. just detecting the problems not enough. how do you resolve an issue if you have one? >> i signed up for lifelock. we have someone in our corner to help fight that fit. >> announcer: a lifelock membership means you have a
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identity-protection agents ready to answer your questions, resolve identity-theft problems, and to keep watch for threats to your identity by monoring more than a trillion data points a day. that's why millions of people have become members of lifelock. it's the best identity-theft protection available. the minute you become a lifelock member, you have exclusive members-only protection services, including 24/7 access to u.s.-based identity-protection agents, real people with experience and identity-protection knowdge to answer your questions, proprietary lifelock identity monitoring with a technology that detects threats to your identity, plus dedicated lifelock restoration specialists to immediately get on the case if your identity is ever stolen and to work with you to set things rig, all backed by our $1 million total service guarantee. >> every lifelock membership comes with a $tomillion tal service guarantee. that means if your identity is ever stolen, lifelock will spend
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help set things right. >> announcer: lifelock memberships start at only $9.99 per month. and listen to this. through this special tv offer, when you call right now, you can get your first month free. you'll get 24/7 access to u.s.-based identity-protection agents, proprietary lifelock identity monitoring, dedicated lifelock restoration specialists, the $1 million total service guarantee, and so much more. >> i feel like not having lifelock is kind of like n wearing a seatbelt in a car. why would you do it? >> announcer: join in minutes. protection starts immediately. use promo code "free" to get the first month of your lifelock membership free. as an extra bonus, call right now and get this document shredder -- a $29 value -- as our gift. so don't wait until someone uses your identity for their benefit. get your first month free when you become a member today. with memberships starting at only $9.99 per month, there is a plan for everyone. >> with lifelock, i wanted to
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helping us be proactive and protect our identy. >> announcer: or visit golifelock.com. use promo code "free" to get your first month free, and a free shredder with annual membership. join now. protection starts in minutes. >> so, you might think that your credit card is safe if it never leaves your sight, but the reality is, in the wrong hands, all it takes is a second for it to be stolen. that'll be $7.49. >> great. >> skimming is when a criminal will take your credit card and they'll run it through a device... so, this is how easy it is to skim this card. sorry about that. ...a then that device is gonna record everything that was on your card. they can then use that information to go out and shop online or even make their own credit cards to make purchases in the next store they go to. i do these scams to show people what's going on out there.
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finding new ways to rip people off. >> it's something that's out of control. i can't protect my identity all the time with everything that i do. bad people are gonna get your information whether you want them to or not. i have really a teammate in lifelock knowing that they're keeping an eye out for things, things that i couldn't do myself, and having them on my side, and it really is that [sighs] i can just relax and take one worry off my plate. >> the technology behind cyber crime is extensive, but what out lifelock's technology to protect you? well, dr. stephen coggeshall, lifelock's chief analytics and science officer, is here to explain how lifelock's proprietary technology is helping fight identity fraud. dr. coggeshall, thanks for being here. >> my pleasure. >> tell me about lifelock's proprietary technology. >> well, we do a variety of things. and what we do is really cool. we go to our more than a trillion data elements in our data bank. we'll look at all the other things it's connected to in th
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applications we see, we look at what's going on at the address, has anybody else used that social security number, is there something strange about that e-mail? and we gather all that information together and put it through some pretty complicated mathematical formulas, and we come up with a probability score, the likelihood that that's a fraud attempt. >> and then you alert me as a lifelock customer if you see something out of the ordinary? >> that's correct. if a member gets an alert, they have the opportunity to say, "oh, yeah, that's me." but if it's not them, if they're sitting home watching tv and they get one of these alerts, they can press a button and contact lifelock, and we start the process of shutting that fraud attempt down. lifelock started from the very beginning specifically to protect our members from identity fraud. that's our reason for existence. >> my cellphone goes off at just past 6:00 a.m. and it's text alert from lifelock. someone attempted to use my name and social security number to open a credit card. they filled out an application online with a $10,000 limit. lifelock caught it, notified me,
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credit card from ever being issued because we caught it early enough in the processing phase. >> when your identity's been stolen, you want a knowledgeable, trusted friend on ur side to get you out of the mess, and this is the big difference between monitoring your own credit and lifelock. a lifelock membership means you have a whole team of identity-protection agents ready to watch for threats to your identity, to answer your questions, and to help resolve identity-theft problems. lifelock members like me get a dedicated agent based right here in the u.s. to help resolve any threats to your identity. meet identity-protection agents daniel, pua, and sarah. they're part of a team of agents who address identity threats and help lifock members if an identity theft occurs. an alert? i mean, when do you get involved, and how does that work? >> once our members notify us that it was not them, that they believe it's identity theft, is when we get started. then you'll speak to somebody like me, and i'll call you and whole process.
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documents are needed, and we get it done much quicker than a member ever could on their own. >> i know the questions to ask, i know the people talk to, i know the numbers to call, and i can make it just so much easier for you. and i'm also willing to stay on hold for you if you need. >> wait a minute. say that again? >> yeah, i'm willing to st on hold as long as it takes on your behalf if necessary. >> 'cause that is the worst part -- staying on hold. >> it is. [ chuckles ] but i'm happy to do it. >> you're happy to do it? >> yes. i am. >> now, sarah, i know that you are a veteran. you, i assume, work with a lot of veterans and people in the armed services. >> i do. up until a couple years ago, social security number was on identification cards. it's sad that people fighting for our country have to worry about that, but we are more than happy to help and see them through it, to carry the burden, and that way they can focus on the mission, and that's why i love what we do. >> and when you go home, sarah, at the end of the day, what makes yosay, "that was a good day"?
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i love it. and every time i close one and i can't wait to call my member, it ally is just gratifying knowing that taking the burden and helping them through the process and being able to make that phone call, "hey, your case is closed" is priceless. i love it. >> what's impressed me most about lifelock is they're also gonna be there to help you afterwards if something happens. the credit monitoring agencies, they're just gonna go, "no, you had an issue. it's on you." whereas lifelock says, "let us help you." >> every single time the lifelock agent, if we've had to stay on the phone too long with the other company, the agent will always say, "let me take this, angela. i'll call you back when i get them back." and i just feel like they respected my time and me. >> they know everything that there's no way i could know. i don't have to think about, "how do i fix this?" i turn it over to lifelock, and they'll help me. >> announcer: identity theft is the fastest growing crime in america. are you at risk?
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onlinehave health insurance or fill out medical forms, if you have a smartphone or use public wi-fi, even if you file your taxes online. no matter hocareful you are, your social security number and your other personal information is out there out of your control. just detecting the problem is not enough. how do you resolve an issue if you have one? >> i signed up for lifelock. we have someone in our corner to help fight that fight. >> announcer: a lifelock membership means you have a whole team of lifelock identity-protection agents ready to answer your questions, resolve identity-theft problems, and to keep watch for threats to your identity by monitoring more than a trillion data points a day. that's why millions of people have become members of lifelock. it's the best identity-theft protection available. the minute you become a lifelock member, you have exclusive members-only protection services, including 24/7 access to u.s.-based identity-protection agents, real
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identity-protection knowledge to answer your questions, proprietary lifelock identity monitoring with a technology that detects threats to your identity, plus dedicated lifelock restoration specialists to immediately get on the case if your identity is ever stolen and to work with you to set things right, all backed by our $1 million total service guarantee. >> every lifelock membership comes with a $1 million total service guarantee. that means if your identity is ever stolen, lifelock will spend up to $1 million on experts to help set things right. >> announcer: lifelock memberships start at only $9.99 per month. and listen to this. through this special tv offer, when you call right now, you can get your first month free. you'll get 24/7 access to u.s.-based identity-protection agen, proprietary lifelock identity monitoring, dedicated lifelock restoraon specialists, the $1 million total service guarantee, and so much more. >> i feel like not having
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wearing a seatbelt in a car. why would you do it? >> announcer: join in minutes. protection starts immediately. use promo code "free" to get the first month of your lifelock membership free. as an extra bonus, call right now and get this document our gift. so don't wait until someone uses your identity for their benefit. get your first month free when you become a member today. with memberships starting at only $9.99 per month, there is a plan for everyone. >> with lifelock, i wanted to have somebody on my side who was helping us be proactive and protect our identity. >> announcer: or visit golifelock.com. use promo code "free" to get your first month free, and a membership. join now. protection starts in minutes.
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ve been affected by data breaches. if you're notified of a breach, you're nearly 6 times more likely to be a victim of identity fraud than those who are not notified. and once your information is out there, it's out of your control. that's why you need protection. >> you know, i've always heard of these data breaches at retailers. you always think it doesn't happen to you. and it did. my information, as well as that of many others, had been breached during a christmas shopping season by this major retailer. and that's when i said, "i have to protect my family." i called lifelock. it was so simple, and i actually was kicking myself that i didn't do it earlier. sometimes i even like hearing the ding, knowing there's an alert. lifelock makes me feel safe knowing someone is concerned about my future and that of my children. >> you know, jeff, last time i was part of a data breach, i got this letter, and they offered me identity-theft protection. i mean, what do you think about that from the company that just got breached? >> well, by the time you got the
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weeks have gone by since the company even realized it happened, and they don't usually realize it's happened until well after the breach has occurred. so the point is, it's too late. i mean, you've already had your information out there. could already be a big problem. the point of identity-theft protection is being proactive. that's what lifelock does. it helps you figure out if someons trying to steal your identity, and then if it does happen, they help to resolve it. >> i went to the doctor, and they told me -- i got a letter that there was a breach and that my information may have been compromised. i was very relieved that i had already signed up folifelock. >> so, here's one scam that criminals will do. they'll buy an 800 phone number, which will actually forward to their cellphone, and then they'll call up and leave a voicemail to you telling you there's a problem with your banking account. they'll leave that 800 number in hopes that you'll call them back. so you should have received a security i.d. when you got your voicemail. so, once they answer the phone, the first thing they're gonna want to do is they're gonna want to verify that you are who you say you are. for security purposes, i just
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people are very used to that, so they'll say, "sure, my social security number is" whatever it is, and just like that, they have that before people even have a chance to think, "maybe i shouldn't have given that out." yeah, no problem at all. you have a great day. thank you. bye-bye. and just like that, we have her social security number. >> protecting your identity is a smart financial move. personal finance expert, best-selling author, and journalist lynnette khalfani-cox helps her clients with their financial portfolios. here's what she had to say about identity-theft protection. >> you might be doing a lot of things right. you might beaving, planning for the future, investing. all of those things are great. but if you haven't taken time to protect yourself against the risks that are out there, the very real risk of identity theft, then you haven't really secured your family's finances in a way that's smart. identity theft is a threat to your fincial wellbeing because it not only affects your credit rating and impacts your ability to get loans, it could also hamper you in everyday
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renting an apartment, getting a mortgage, or even getting a job that you might need. the people who get financial help for any aspect of their lives, whether it's taxes, whether it's managing credit card debt, whether it's planning for retirement, they actually tend to do a lot better in reaching their goals, and likewise, the people who have expert help to deal with the problem of identity theft, those folks also fare so much better because they have a team of experts who know the groundwork, who know what to do in a way that the typical person just doesn't know. lifelock helps alert you about potential identity-theft problems, and that early alert is crucial because you can take action and do something immediately to prevent the problem from getting worse. >> i've been a lifelock member now since 2008, and i can't imagine being without lifelock any more than i can imagine racing down a highway without a seatbelt. i mean, if somebody breaks into your house, you can get a new
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if your car is stolen, you can get a new car. but you only have one identity. you're not gonna be able to replace it. so protect it with the bes >> when your identity is stolen, you just feel so violated and just so helpless. but knowing that you have lifelock, it just -- you have this whole team of people on your side, and you know that you don't have to go it alone. >> we feel protected, and we feel like there's almost like a blanket of security around us. >> it's just really great to know that they are there and we can call on them whenever we need it. >> i would compare lifelock to having that big older brother walking side by side with you on the first day of school so that everyone knows "don't mess with him." >> choosing lifelock to protect our identity was one of the best decisions we've ever made. >> ts is financial protection that you can't afford not to have. it's kind of like the people who say to me, "uh, i'm too
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i say, "you can't afford not to save." likewise, you can't afford not to protect your credit health and your identity. >> the value of lifelock to me -- it's priceless. what's the value of your credit? what's the value of your family's credit? >> i've been attacked seven times since 2011. and each time, lifelock was there to help me. i'm gonna be a lifelock member for life. >> what is more important than making sure the only you out there is you? >> announcer: identity theft is the fastest growing crime in america. are you at risk? you could be if you bank or shop online, have health insurance or fill out medical forms, if you have a smartphone or use public wi-fi, even if you file your taxes online. no matter how careful you are, your social security number and your other personal information is out there out of your control. just detecting the problem is not enough. how do you resolve an issue if you have one?
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we have someone in our corner to help fight that fight. >> announcer: a lifelock membership means you have a whole team of lifelock identy-protection agents ready to answer your questions, resolve identity-theft problems, and to keep watch for threats to your identity by monitoring more than a trillion data points a day. that's why millions of people have become members of lifelock. it's the best identity-theft protection available. the minute you become a lifelock member, you have exclusive members-only protection services, including 24/7 access to u.s.-based identity-protection agents, real people with experience and identity-protection knowledge to answer your questions, proprietary lifelock identity monitoring with a technolo that detects threats to your identity, plus dedicated lifelock restoration specialists to immediately get on the case if your identity is ever stolen and to work with you to set things right, all backed by our $1 million total service guarantee.
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comes with a $1 million total service guarantee. that means if your identity is ever stolen, lifelock will spend up to $1 million on experts to help set things right. >> announcer: lifelock memberships start at only $9.99 per month. and listen to this. through this special tv offer, when you call right now, you can get your first month free. you'll get 24/7 access to u.s.-based identity-protection agents, proprietary lifelock identity monitoring, dedicated lifelock restoration specialists, the $1 million total service guarantee, and so much more. >> i feel like not having lifelock is kind of like not wearing a seatbelt in a car. why would you do it? >> announcer: join in minutes. protection starts immediately. use promo code "free" to get the first month of your lifelock membership free. as an extra bonus, call right now and get this document shredder -- a $29 value -- as our gift. so don't wait until someone uses your identity for their benefit. get your first month free when
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with memberships starting at only $9.99 per month, there is a plan for everyone. >> with lifelock, i wanted to have somebody on my side who was helping us be proactive and protect our identity. >> announcer: or visit golifelock.com. use promo code "ee" to get your first month free, and a free shredder with annual membership. join now. protection starts in minutes.
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there's a lion that kills our sheep. [roar] you killed a lion. a lion. word of this will spread. you will be famous. [crowd chanting] is your name david? i feel like anything's possible. the people are turning on our father. old kings must die to make way for the new. i'm a humble servant of this court. i fought for my country and for my king. hail! the philistines march upon us. we have 30,000 men. wherever you come, we will be there. yaaah! you know nothing about love. father loves his concubine more than you. i need you now. is could get me killed. so could refusing your queen. meet my general, goliath.
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where is he?! yaaah! did you really think you could just come into my house and take what is mine? tt(a \ w.4 tt:c^5zh=cd"''wvmx n@ebm@k%3< this is my family, the o'neals, just your typical irish-catholic family. could you donate your tips to poor children in ethiopia? honey, don't be pushy. it's her soul that's going to hl if she doesn't give you money. but we were about to go from this to this. we're getting a divorce. i'm gay. i'm anoric! what is happening here? unfortunately, the acoustics in here are amazing. i made pancakes in the shape of jesus to get over his male anorexia.
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ohh! hunting for shenanigans! looking for anything special? we just got in these adorable poofs. we already have an adorable poof and it's his first day back at school. ha ha. i'm sorry. our son is gay and we're getting a divorce. dad, could you get me some crime scene photos? oh, i don't know about that, honey. it might be a little unsettling. ohh--[bleep] [retches] i made it in shop class. i'm gonna throw up. announcer: "the real o'neals." two-episode premiere wednesday, march 2, before and after "modern family," on abc. tt(a l v7 tt:c^5[hwsch7y1a.ypk@exx@+alp [music playing] tt(a v@, tt:c^5zh=cd"''wvmx n@ebb@kb(x this is my family, the o'neals,
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could you donate your tips to poor children in ethiopia? honey, don't be pushy. it's her soul that's going to hell if she doesn't give you money. but we were about to go from this to this. we're getting a divorce. i'm gay. i'm anorexic! what is happening here? unfortunately, the acoustics in here are amazing. i made pancakes in the shape of jesus to get over his male anorexia. this is my fourth jesus. ohh! hunting for shenanigans! looking for anything special? we just got in these adorable poofs. we already have an adorable poof and it's his first day back at school. ha ha. i'm sorry. our son is gay and we're getting a divorce. dad, could you get me some crime scene photos? oh, i don't know about that, honey. it might be a little unsettling. ohh--[bleep] [retches] i made it in shop class. i'm gonna throw up. announcer: "the real o'neals." two-episode premiere wednesday, march 2,
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tt(a ,!q)t tt:c^5zh=cd"''wvmx$n@efm`dld@ announcer: coming to abc, your typical irish-catholic family. what are you getting, kenny? she usually just orders for me. i'm gonna let her order for me, too, but then i'm just gonna turn it into whatever i want. say hello to the o'neals. 4 cards, please. you gotta go high, father phil. well, i took a vow poverty. does your lexus know that? where father knows best... is dad wearing skinny jeans? yes, please. hey, can i get that for you? mother knows more. you know what's even brighter than those sparklers? the light of christ. but nobody knows this. we're getng a divorce. i'm gay. i'm anorexic! what is happening here? i think kenny said he's gay, and it also sounds like you're getting a divorce. do you want this open or closed? i made jimmy pancakes in the shape of jesus to get over his male anorexia. this is my fourth jesus. ha ha. aah--uhh! hunting for shenanigans!
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they're doing nothing! looking for anything special? we just got in these adorable poofs. we already have an adorable poof, and it's his first day back at school. ha ha. i'm sorry. our son is gay and we're getting a divorce. you're grounded until you believe in god. aah! uhh! did you know kenny was gay? do these capris make me look fat? dad, could you get me somerime scene photos? oh, i don't know about that, honey. i think they might be a little unsettling. ohh--[bleep] [retches] i made it in shop class. i'm gonna throw up. "the real o'neals," two-episode premiere, march 2, before and after "modern family," on abc. corned beef! 1, 2, 3-- tt(a
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i didn't get to be chair ofhe bingo bonanza by losing my cool. aah! aah! aah! you're grounded until you believe in god. announcer: the mother of all comedies is coming to abc. why do you smell like the devil's chowder? "the real o'neals," two-episode premiere march 2, before and after "modern family," on abc. tt(a l!s[< tt:c`5zh=cd"''wvmxcoxpt!bmh)4 it's the most unexpected new comedy to come to tv since the last most unexpected new comedy to come to tv. what? ha ha ha! abc's new family on the block is straight... don't worry, she's gonna be my responsibility. the last time you said that, we had a shotgun wedding. you're grounded until you believe in god. aah! aah! oh, no! i made it in shop class. i'gonna throw up. "the real o'neals," two-episode premiere wednesday, march 2, before and after "modern family," on abc.
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now in production from abc studios and the network that brought you "scandal" and "how to get away with murder." do you? i'm him. joan allen stars in the riveting new series... the premise is, our youngest son was abducted 10 years in the past and has been msing and presumed deceased. how do we know it's him? we ran a dna test. it's him. hi, adam. hi, mom. this is a personal family matter. the mayor will make a statement when the time is right. thank you. one of the really interesting things about the show is that no one is who they appear to be. exactly what was the nature of your relationship with my son? there's this ongoing mystery, and several of them.
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is it actually him, or is it sort of like an imposter? from the moment we saw him at the hospital, there's just been something off about him. it's full of complicated characters. nobody's a villain, nobody's a saint. alison: its this family drama, but also a political thriller. how well do you know the people you love? secrets will be revealed. soldier, keep on marching on the doctor who verified adam warren's dna test, they called him this morning for comment. and? he doesn't exist. yay! i want a big piece. ouch. i want the frosting. yay! i want a big piece. i want the frosting. "the family," special premiere
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tt(a l!r5$ tt:c`5zh=cd"''kves3bx0t!!#7]8 10 years ago adam warren vanished. man: adam! then he found his way back. why did you stop looking for me? i was waiting. forgive me, fath, for i have sinned. what if it's not him? he is different. [siren] don't ever, ever say that again. y,he famil" special premiere thuray, march 3, on abc. tt(a !rb( tt:c`5zh=cd"''kves7=8;$"!#ktd yeah. see you later. watch adam. 10 years ago their son vanished. now he's come home. hi, adam. hi, mom. [crying] and one family's mysterious past will be exposed. he is different. what if it's not him?
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joan allen. "the family." special premiere thursday, march 3, on abc. tt(a ,"]/x tt:c`5zh=cd"''kves/28k4"`meq@ yay! i want a big piece. i want the frosting. i want a big piece. i want the frosting. i want a big piece. i want the frosting. i want a big piece. i want the frosting. i want a big piece. i want the froing. [overlapping voices] i want a big piece. i want the frosting. announcer: "the family." special premiere, thursday, march 3, on abc. tt(a
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yaaah! i am the prophet. and i am the king! i do not fear you. it's not me you should fear. there's a lion that kills our sheep. [roar] you killed a lion. a lion. word of this will spread. you will be famous. [crowd chanting] is your name david? i feel like anything's possible. the people are turning on our father. old kings must die to make way for the new. i'm a humble servant of this court. i fought for my untry and for my king. hail! the philistines march upon us. we have 30,000 men. wherever you come, we will be there. yaaah! you know nothing about love. father loves his concubine more than you. i need you now. this could get me killed.
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meet my general, goliath. who will fight me?! where is he?! yaaah! did you really think you could just come into my house and take what is mine? tt(a l"_]0 tt:c^5zh=cd"''wvmx naebm@kue$ this is my family, the o'neals, just your typical irish-catholic family. could you donate your tips to poor children in ethiopia? honey, don't be pushy. it's her soul that's going to hell if she doesn't give you money. but we were about to go from this to this. we're getting a divorce. i'm gay. i'm anorexic! what is happening here?
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i made pancakes in the shape of jesus to get over his male anorexia. this is my fourth jesus. ohh! hunting for shenanigans! looking for anything special? we just got in these adorable poofs. we already have an adorable poof and it's his first day back at school. ha ha. i'm sorry. our son is gay and we're getting a divorce. dad, could you get me some crime scene photos? oh, i dot know about that, honey. it might be a little unsettling. ohh--[bleep] [retches] i made it in shop class. i'm gonna throw up. announcer: "the real o'neals." two-episode premiere wednesday, march 2, before and after "modern family," on abc. tt(a \"_*< tt:c^5zh=cd"''wvmx$nbe&#`d43@ announcer: coming to abc, your typical irish-catholic family. what are you getting, kenny? she usually just orders for me. i'm gonna let her order for me, too, but then i'm just gonna turn it into whatever i want. say hello to the o'neals. 4 cards, please. you gotta go high, father phil.
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does your lexus know that? where father knows best... is dad wearing skinny jeans? yes, please. hey, can i get that for you? mother knows more. you know what's even brighter than those sparklers? the light of christ. but nobody knows this. we're getting a divorce. i'm gay. i'm anorexic! what is happening here? i think kenny said he's gay, and it also sounds like you're getting a divorce. do you want this open or closed? i made jimmy pancakes in the shape of jesus to get over his male anorexia. this is my fourth jesus. ha ha. aah--uhh! hunting for shenanigans! they're coming for us! they're doing nothing! looking for anything special? we just got in these adorable poofs. we already have an adorable poof, and it's his first day back at school. ha ha. i'm sorry. our son is gay and we're getng a divorce. you're grounded until you believe in god. aah! uhh!
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do these capris make me look fat? dad, could you get me some crime scene photos? oh, i don't know about that, honey. i think they might be a little unsettling. ohh--[bleep] [retches] i made it in shop class. i'm gonna throw up. "the real o'neals," two-episode premiere, march 2, before and after "modern family," on abc. corned beef! 1, 2, 3-- tt(a l"^3( tt
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tt(a "^d$ tt:c`5zh=cd"''wvmxcoxp$###&w< it's the most unexpected new comedy to come tv since the last most unexpected new comedy to come to tv. what? ha ha ha! abc's new family on the block is straight... don't worry, she's gonna be my responsibility. the last time you said that, we had a shotgun wedding. you're grounded until you believe in god. aah! aah! oh, no! i made it in shop class. i'm gonna throw up. "the real o'neals," two-episode premiere wednesday, march 2, before and after "modn family," on abc. tt(a ,#y-\ tt:c`5zh=cd"''kvesct8+2# i>7< soldier, keep on marchin' on now in production from abc studios and the network that brought you "scandal" and "how to get away with murder." do you? i'm him.
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the premise is, our youngest son was abducted 10 years in the past and has been missing and presumed deceased. how do we know it's him? we ran a dna test. it's him. hi, adam. hi, mom. this is a personal family matter. the mayor will make a statement when the time is right. thank you. one of the really interesting things about the show is that no one is who they appear to be. exactly what was the nature of your relationship with my son? there's this ongoing mystery, and several of them. who abducted him, what happened to their younger brother, is it actually him, or is it sort of like an imposter? from the moment we saw him at the hospital, there's just been something off abt him. it's full of complicated characters. nobody's a villain,nobody's a saint.
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how well do you know the people you love? secrets will be revealed. soldier, ke on marching on the doctor who verified adam warren's dna test, they called him this morning for comment. and? he doesn't exist. yay! i want a big piece. ouch. i want the frosting. yay! i want a big piece. i want the frosting. "the family," special premiere thursday, rch 3, at 9/8 central on abc. tt(a
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what if it's not hi he is different. [siren] don't ever, ever say that again. "the family," special premiere thursday, march 3, on abc. tt(a l#[_4 tt:c`5zh=cd"''kves7=8;t#`m3?l yeah. see you later. watch adam. 10 years ago their son vanished. now he's come home. hi, adam. hi, mom. [crying] and one family's mysterious past will be exposed. he is different. what if it's not him? don't ever say anything like that again. joan allen. "the family." special premiere thursday, march 3, on abc. tt(a \#[(8 tt:c`5zh=cd"''kves/28kd#!#0n0 yay! i want a big piece. i want the frosting. i want a big piece. i want the frosting.
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i want a big piece. i want the frosting. i want a big piece. i want the frosting. [overlapping voices] i want a big piece. i want the frosting. announcer: "the family." speciapremiere, thursday, march 3, on abc. tt(a l#z1, tt:c\5zh=cd"''tvm`
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you will be famous. [crowd chanting] is your name david? i feel le anything's possible. the people are turning on our father. old kings must die to make way for the new. i'm a humble servant of this court. i fought for my country and for my king. hail! the philistines march upon us. we have 30,000 men. wherever you come, we will be there. yaaah! you know nothing about love. father loves his concubine more than you. i need you now. this could get me killed. so could refusing your queen. meet my general, goliath.
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where is he?! yaaah! did you really think you could just come into my house and take what is mine? tt(a #zf tt:c^5[hwsch7y1a.ypkce8#@+.0< [music playing]tt(a ,$e#@ tt:c`5zh=cd"''kves7=8;4$!#!dx yeah. see you later. watch adam. 10 years ago their son vanished. now he's come home. hi, adam. hi, mom. [crying] and one family's mystious past will be exposed. he is different. what if it's not him?
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joan allen. "the family." special premiere thursday, march 3, on abc. tt(a
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i didn't get to be chair of the bingoonanza by losing my cool. aah! aah! aah! you're grounded until you believe in god. announcer: the mother of all comedies is coming to abc. why do you smell like the devil's chowder? "the real o'neals," two-episode premiere march 2, before and after "modern family," on abc. tt(a \$g&$ tt:c`5zh=cd"''wvmxcoxpd$bm9xp it's the most unexpected new comedy to come to tv since the last most unexpected new comedy to come to tv. what? ha ha ha! abc's new family on the block is straight... don't worry, she's gonna be my responsibility. the last time you said that, we had a shotgun wedding. you're grounded until you believe in god. aah! aah! oh, no! i made it in shop class. i'm gonna throw up. "the real o'neals," two-episode premiere wednesday, march 2, before and after "modern family," on abc.
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man: adam! then he found his way back. why did you stop looking for me? i was waiting. forgive me, father, for i have sinned. what if it's not him? he is different. [siren] don't ever, ever say that again. "the family," special premiere thursday, march 3, on abc. tt(a $fh< tt:c`5zh=cd"''kves7=8;$%`mo2x yeah. see you later. watch adam. 10 years ago their son vanished. now he's come home. hi, adam. hi, mom. [crying] and one family's mysterious past will be exposed. he is different. what if it's not him? don't ever say anything like that again. joan allen. "the family."
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is he worthy to me? praise. oh yeah. sing this song with us. we have come worship. we have come time to worship worship we have come to praise him and bless his holy name we have come to worship and lift a hand of praise we have come to praise him and bless his holy name worthy worthy to be saved
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wanting to be saved so blessy his holy name he's worthy worthy to be praised he's holy worthy worthy to be praised so bless his holy name we have come to waporship and lift the hands of praise we have come to praise him we have come to praise him and bless his holy name we have come we have come to worship and lift up hands of praise we have come to praiseim
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he's worthy worthy to be praised he's holy he's worthy worthy to be praised so bless his holy name he's worthy worthy to be praised he's holy only you can pray he's worthy worthy to be praised so bless his hol name >> put your hands together. we have come to worship the name of the lord together. sing this. we have come to worship him
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we have come to wore hipship him we have come to worship we have come to wship we have come to worship we have come to woreship him he's worthy we have come to worship we have come to worship we have come to worship we have come to worship we have come to worship praise his holy name we have come to worship praise his holy name
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we have come to worship raise his holy name he is worthy he is worthy >> amen. say that tonight whef wherever you're watching? we welcome you tonight those from literally around the world, here in the united states, internationally, from australia last night, we've already started getting calls from australia, and we welcome all of you who are watching from australia, from the united kingdom, our friends and partners there. we welcome our military who's watching in bases around the world. we had so many e-mails yesterday from circumstances of people's lives. get ready tonight, this is your
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tonight is your appointment for god to step into the circumstances of your lifend your family and your finances barley harvest. so much we could talkuch we could talk about tonight about that but i want you to know that god has a harvest for you tonight. i want you to get tha deep down in your spirit. god has a harvest for you tonight. i'm not hearing too many amens in this place. you know f you don't believe it -- let me just say f you don't believe it, don't expect it to happen because it won't. you've got to believe god's word is true. when a man of god like dr. mike murdock, who's here with us tonight, stands and brings you the word, you have to believe the word. if you don't believe the word, if you have no fah to believe, don't expect to-t to happen. you have to wrap your faith with expect miracle number one tonight. you're getting to witness it live. >> well, listen, let's welcome the southeastern university choir right now as they come back to minister and song and you get ready to worship the
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amen amen come on, give a shout to the lord in this place tonight. hallelujah. praise you jesus. praise you j you tonight, wherever you're watching around the world. i'm so grateful tt the lord has sent dr. mike murdock here to us tonight. once in a lifetime special relationships come into our life, and his relationship and mine, i believe, is one of those specl kinds of relationships. it's one that i treasure. so many things that dr. murdock shares have been such a mentoring and a mentorship in my life, because i believe that as he preaches, wisdom is the principle thing. and that god has anointing of
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and i love to just sit at his feet sometime and drink in that wisdom that god has for us. i pray tonight that you'll open your spirit to reive the wisdom of god that he has to share with you tonight through his servient, dr. michael murdock. welcome him as he comes to share the lord with you tonight. amen, dr. murdock. >> turn to proverbs chapter 4. proverbs chapter 4. the ministry has been incredible tonight. all of it, all of it. i want to say about the choir, you're just not ather choir, i'll tell you that for sure. i found you delightfully unpredictable. lord, you don't bore. excellent, extraordinary, and thankful. and what i'm going to share
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very helpful to you where you are in your assignment as you're in preparation. really listen careful tonight because i feel like the lord will have a word for you. i really do. this has been -- i feel so strong, feel so strong about today and you're at your house. you're wise to give us the next 20, 30, 40 minutes of your life. the only part of the bible that works is the part you know about. the only part of the bible that works is the part you believe. good eyes don't guarantee great ears. a lot of folks see good and can't hear. huh? so there's a part of the gospel you can know about.
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gospel you don't know about. you can never rise above your persuasions and repetition creates perssion. truth doesn't. everything i say tonight will be truth, but that doesn't mean it will change you. billy billy graham has preached truth and many never walked the aisles. jesus preached truth and most of them rejected him. truth is not a changer. i wish it was. but millions hear truth and don't change. repetition creates persuasion. to some of you will i sow a seed. to others it will be repetition. and i want to really massage into your spirit tonight truth.
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he creates them. decisions decide seasons. it wasn't god's idea to heal the blind man. it was his idea, the blind man. are you really that slow? you know f you're that slow it's going to be a wasted trip for me. look at someone next to you and say, your ignorance is a burden to you, isn't it? go ahead and look at someone, right there in your house and say, your ignorance is a burden to you, isn't it? never be afraid of a demon. be afraid of being stupid. he said, my people are destroyed destroyed -- pardon? are you serious? for lack of knowledge? i thought it was a lot of demon spirits?
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what? >> lack of knowledge. >> again, tell someone next to you -- it won't be a devil that put you down, it will be your stupidity. now, don't get mad this early. pace your anger over the whole evening. sort of spread it out. imagine the universe -- let's just throw a figure out there. imagine 17,000 miles of sky. imagine 50,000 scrolls hanging from the floor of the heavens with knowledge. imagine those scrolls of
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the "a" roll, imagine a scroll a thousand miles lon imagine the scroll saying angels and everything there is to know about angels. we know a few things. there's probably nine levels. you got the guardian angel, the warring angel, worshipping angels. suppose you move over to the blood and you see everything about the blood of jesus. we know theaw of the blood. something must die for something else to live. it's the chain of life. the mosquito dies so the lizard can live. the fish dies so we can live. it's the law of blood. something has to die for something else to live. imagine thousands of topics, the holy spirit, the only person
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you. see, he's the only one that knows what's in you and what's not. the holy spirit is the easiest relationship you'll ever have in your life. cidentally, he's not a bird. that's going to shock you. that's going to really shock you. i don't mean to mess up your head. but he's not a bird. there's nothing wrong with a bird but he's not a dove. tell someone next to you, say, you don't have totay stupid. go ahead, look at them and say, you don't have to stay stupid. he's not wind. he moves like wind. and his entry into a room doesn't necessity exit from another. he's not fire. he purifies like fire. he's not water. he cleanses like water. he is a person. is he the invisible jesus who
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talks. we're made in his image. so whatever your image is, that's obviously the way he is. he's a person. he's a person. he's not wind with an eyeball. he's not a cloud with a mouth. now, most people don't know that. woo, woo, what's that? holy spirit. he's a person. john 14, 15, 16 calls him the spirit of truth. jobe 34 makes it verylear, 33 and 34, that he's the spirit of life, he's the one that create and designs humans. he's the one that designed
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a very intriguing person because he designed the squirrel and the dinosaur. so you know his imagination is fierce. just think the one who designed the rose designed the skunk. now, that's a wide spectrum. holy spirit's interesting. you're not going to be bored. i know we think heaven's a big place where everybody walks around in white robes. god has a long white beard. but he's fascinating. 's a person. imagine all theall the scrolls of knowledge, imagine going to a scroll over there and it's 1,000 miles long and the word atop is assignment, everything created contains an invisible instruction. everhing created is a solution.
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my glasses solve a problem. everything -- a pen -- my ears hear. my mouth speaks. my mind thinks. my hands reach. my feet walk. mechanics solve car problems. dentists solve teeth problems. everything created is a solution the fact that youe here, god saw something no one could solve, so he created you to solve that problem. ere's never been a you before. that's why nobody understands you. nobody like you has ever arrived. your assignment is decided by god and discovered by you. jeremiah 18 through2, in your mother'somb. you don't decide what you are. you discover what you are. what you love, what you love to think about is a clue to an invisible gift.
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clueo an invisible passion. your assignment is always geraphical. you don't belong everywhere. you belong somewhere. even jesus didn't do well in places. that's why he left nazareth and went to capernium. where you are matters as much as what you are. can you be the right person in e wrong environment. they broug some fish to my property. they laid there gavening like fish do. i stared at the fh with many thoughts. can't walk, can't talk, can't fly, and my thoughts are, boy, fish are really stupid. i wish i didn't use that word so much, but it just comes to
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when i dropped the fish into the water, the genius emerged. beuse when you are where you have been assigned, you have no rivals. nobody can compete with you. your assignment's always to a person or a people. if your name is moses, your assignments is to the israelites. if your name is aryn, your assignment is to moses. not everybody needs you. your kitten, no. you're completely unnecessary to some people. you're not going to be missed by many. he ss, i don't want to come to this service tonight. no, you don't belong. there are folks that don't miss you at all.
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there's a -- you belong to -- you're assigned. one young man said, mike, i'm called to the whole world. i said, wow, jesus jr. you're not called to the whole world. if you are, the rest of us can go to honolulu. how do you know to whom you have been assigned? whose pain do you feel? whose tears affect you? whose enemies are you willing to confront? whose success consumes you? yourssignment will always have an enemy. enemies are glorious things. they're gates of your future.
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in the kingdom the only people rewarded are overcomers. until a goliath comes into your life, you have to stay a shepherd boy. sheep is your future unless you're willing to address an adversary. see, when you ask god for a future, he'll schedule an enemy. the difference between seasons is the enemy you're willing to overcome. so when an enemy walks in your life, get excited. that means god's used up the benefits of your present season. it's time for a change. enemies are not walls, they're
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let's pull down another scroll. tonight that's the scroll i want to address. my father is an enter sesintersessor, never spent a day in the hospital, prays six to ten hours a day. there's a scroll he's never read. i want to talk to you about that scroll. there's thousands and millions of people that have dreams and goals, but no money to obtain them. there's pastors that want to build chumpbsrches but don't have any money. many mothers go to bed at night wishing they could put their kids through college, but they don't have any money. i wish i could tell you if you prayed for money, you'd get it. but you haven't, have you?
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then bill gates must be the number one intercessor on earth. richest man in america. did you know some of the most spiritual pele on earth are broke? did you know it's possible to have a clean heart and empty hands? one woman came to me, she said don't you think if god wants me to have money, he'll give it to me if he don't, he won't? i said, that sure sounds logical to me. if god wants to you comb your hair, he'll comb it for you. you know, my greatest fear of hell is being with all the fools at one time. i can take the flames. it's being with all the stooges of the earth. forever and ever. now, that's hell.
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boy, just imagine being with idiots. and no exit. one man says, don't you think the lord gives money to people he can trust? if he can trust you with it, he'll give it to you. i says, oh, that explains why the mafia has it, missionaries don't. i want to tell you a little story of my life tonight. and i really felt impressed, and i get excited when god lets me because i don't get to do it too often. i'm one of seven preacher's kids. my father's a paster and has been my whole life. i have four sisters, two brothers. i'm number three. out of the seven i am the smartest, out of the seven, of the seven children.
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know that? because i treat my mother and daddy better than all the other kids. that's how you know the smartest. whoever treats the parents the best, that's the smartest. you got six kids, one that treats you good, there's your brain. the bible says if you honor your mother and father, it will go well with you all the days of your life. it is so easy to succeed, it hurts. all you have to do is be good to your mommy and daddy. proverbs 4, verse 7 is the theme of our ministry. out of the 800,000 words in the bible, takes you 56 hours to read it through, that scripture, somebody said, what got so you craving wisdom, being so stupid? i made so many mistakes, it's unreal.
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mistakes -- i can't hardly -- can't wait till tomorrow to see what i did stupid today. you're always doing something stupid. it's just a matter of when you find it out. i hate my mistakes but i make them. i try to avoid them, but they just are there. but proverbs 4:7 says something fascinating. wisdom is a principle thing. hold it, hold it, wait. i need help. no, wisdom is the principle thing. he didn't say faith was. he said wisdom. he didn't say money was. he said wisdom. he didn't even say the power of the holy spirit was. he said, wisdom. what is wisdom? wisdom is the ability to discern difference. the difference in right and wrong.
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decision and a wrong decision. the difference in a moment. let me give you an example. the the fharacies got to talk to jesus. imagine talking to jesus, god on the earth, face to face. imagine having a minute to say anything you wanted to, ask him any question. imagine being face to face with jesus and getting to ask him anything you wanted. imagine that privilege of access. that minute. why did you heal him on the sabbath sabbath? is that not unwise? i'm going to try to class this thing up. give me a few minutes. really stupid, isn't it?

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