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"aaron land" Discussed on Suicide Buddies
"Now. You'll get your first refill free. That's your first refill at get quick dot com slash buddies spelled. G. E. T. Q. U. IP dot com slash buddies quip. The Good Habits Company mid some are or is it midsummer and is just spelled that way midsummer midsummer mid some. Are we there yet? Starring ice cube say longer Aaron Lennox. Welcome thank you so much for doing this. Show organically the female. Aaron land fanatic the lady one Aaron Goldberg Airing Lennox Aaron. Thank you so much for coming on the show having me talking about it regularly ever since we started the show and somehow are just now having you on you know. I'm shocked that it's taking this long weird. You only guess where who actually has something to say. We decided to really just you saved. It can be best to do it when the podcast was basically over. Yeah how's your Aaron is. We were both good friends with Aaron and every single time I've spoken to Aaron in the past two years at some point. She's been like yeah. You know the person I was closest to her own life. But you know no big deal. Don't have me on your podcast. What would I add another fucking Bitch Woman's perspective? This is why women don't have jobs. The male podcasting won't allow long been saying in the streets of Los Angeles every day. But we're so happy yelling. Thanks for being here. Yeah it's good to see you thank you. It's great to see you. I consider you my one of my best friends who I never ever see. That's exactly everyone all the time I ate it too often. Okay now how do you feel about Aristotle tending?.
"aaron land" Discussed on Today in True Crime
"Suddenly Christine and the boy were gone but Marianne didn't seem concern. She and Wolfgang join the rest of the Schmidt clan and soon enough Christine was back. She was clearly up to something as she nonchalantly suggested. They take a walk over to nearby WanNa beach after their picnic lunch. Wanda beach was a mile up shore from CRONULLA. A twenty minute hike over the sand dunes. The RAG tag group set out given the high winds. The little kid soon grew tired realizing they would never make it to Wanda Christine and Marianne offered to grab their belongings from the beach so they could head home. The four kids agreed to wait right there. The girls started heading off but in the wrong direction. Ten year old. Peter told them as much but they just giggled as they hurried away clearly. They had no intention of leaving the beach just yet so Wolfgang. Peter uh-huh Trixie and Norbert sat and waited as their sister and her friend ran up over the sand dune and out of sight after twenty minutes of waiting Wolfgang try defined his sister. He caught a glimpse of the girls disappearing. Over the next Dune with the boy who had been hunting crabs. He told his siblings as much and so they waited a bit longer for the girls to reappear. What happened next is anyone's guess? Although the coroner's report colors in more details Christine may have had a few sips of alcohol minutes before her death. She and Marianne were probably enjoying a little harmless flirting. Perhaps the crab hunter tried to make make a move or perhaps he left and someone else was quick to swoop in something escalated and as the girl's turn to to leave. Christine probably heard the rock throwback against her skull before everything when dark in a moment police are called to the site of two shallow graves now back to the story on the afternoon of January. You worry eleventh. Nineteen sixty five. Fifteen year olds Christine sharrock and Marianne Schmidt were murdered in the sand dunes off Wanda beach each their killer buried them in shallow graves. Meanwhile Mary Ann's four younger siblings. Wolfgang Peter Trixie and Norbert patiently waited for hours exactly where she had instructed them to but as the afternoon Bru long ten year old Peter Peter Schmidt decided to go looking for his sister to no avail he could have walked right over her body. Never the wiser close to five PM. Peter decided he and his three siblings would need to head back to the train station to catch the last train back home. He hoped two sister had gotten a ride and would be there to greet them at the door. But when the Schmidt children arrived home at eight PM there was no sign nine of Marianne or Christine by eight thirty that evening. Christine's grandmother reported the two fifteen year olds missing missing the next morning. January twelfth nineteen sixty five. A man named Peter Smith was walking the sand dunes and when he noticed a patch of hair sticking out of the SAM initially he thought it was a mannequin and went over to look but when he started to dust off the head of hair he realized he'd found a corpse. Police were quick to descend on the scene. They began zooming Marion's Ariane's body and soon noticed a third foot sticking out of the sand. It was Christine. They also noticed a long drag mark starting at the gravesite and running up the Dune. Thanks to that mark and the autopsy. The report police were able to piece together an approximation of what had happened. The killer likely attacked Marianne I. They managed to stab stab her over fourteen times once through the heart before slitting her throat so deeply. She was nearly decapitated as she lay. Bleeding out in the sand. Christine likely began to run. The killer caught up to her and the back of her skull was crushed washed. She had been stabbed at least six times. The killer dragged. Christine's body backed down the sand Dune to be buried beside side. Marianne police also noted. How eerily quiet? This particular Dune seemed to be. You couldn't hear the ocean or surrounding beach. The gravesite was perfectly still. Someone could scream down there and no one would hear era thing. The coroner found traces of semen on both women. Although based on the other evidence it seems uncertain whether they were raped raped the murder weapon. A knife was never found and the only lead the police really had to go on was Wolfgang's description of the crab hunter who he described as a surfer boy with long blond hair in a town like Sydney that incriminated just about out everyone. The crab hunter was never found and no other suspect seemed to fit. The case became known as the Wanda beach murders and eventually went cold half a century later. The most likely suspect is serial killer. Christopher wilder her better known as the beauty queen killer. He was living in Sydney at the time in nineteen sixty eight. Wilders wife allegedly called called police to report him she believed he was involved in the murders and told police as much before leaving her husband permanently. Police took took eight months to follow up on the tip however and by the time they went to interview him wilder had moved to the United States. Wilders American killing killing spree officially started in nineteen eighty-four but he likely got away with murder in Australia before that including perhaps On January eleventh nineteen sixty five whether or not wilder was the killer however Marianne and Christine and are still without justice. The real end of their story lies hidden in the shadows of the sand dunes at Wanda beach. Each thanks for listening today and true. Crime I'm Vanessa Richardson. If if you'd like a more in depth exploration of the Wanda beach murders checkout our two-part series on unsolved murders. Today in true crime is a podcast. 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This episode of today and true crime was written by Aaron Land with writing assistance by Maggie Admire. I'm Vanessa Richardson.
"aaron land" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Morning what is this is it so this is the waitresses love waitress there was a if I can find this here a now I can't find it in the eye by email by myself something I can't find it I I I I email check everything and I know I did it because I did it today and I can't find it maybe you didn't do it all right there's a it was a home in Anaheim and he the guy actually tripped his own alarm so the cops show up there's over a hundred and fifty guns inside the house officers who responded to an accidental burglary alarm at a home in Anaheim say they'd found more than a hundred and fifty guns thousands of rounds of ammunition as well take a look at these pictures that they've given us that happened Monday near Broadway and archer police say they found one hundred fifty six firearms and they say many of them are illegal assault rifles yeah it's a ghost guns were there is some guns without serial numbers and California is the worst state in the entire country they get caught with illegal guns they will throw your **** in jail or prison for a long long time seconds are now working with the eighty after they say at this point there's no indication that these guns were used in any crimes doesn't matter someone still going to jail for a long time officers arrested fifty four year old Aaron lands and forty two year old Daniel Moore for illegal possession born this guy's doing some speed rap in tonight yeah Sydney with a cop and I right across from ago let's go over it one more time one more time officers arrested fifty four year old Aaron lands on fifty four is a little old to be in the legal gun game four year old Aaron lands and forty two year old Daniel Moore for illegal lands in more dusted and if they're going to get spent a lot of time ma'am cops hate that kind of crap all right there's a you to family in an eight year old male and a twenty six year old this is Nick crazy crazy crazy story that's what you want to be when you grow up did you know the top answer in twenty nineteen AS YouTube star and some top answers a you tube star right no one asked what they want to grow with the when they grow up yeah because those YouTube kids make millions of hundreds of millions that's what you want to be when you grow up did you know the top answer in twenty nineteen AS YouTube star and some parents or even quitting their jobs to make their kids dreams come true but how do you do it I sit down the parents behind the most successful YouTube channel on the planet night here we go popular with you to that so we need more parents quitting their jobs so they can make their gather as stupid kids are gonna have a kid just so I can talk him off to you too I did yeah late wise well right yeah you can't get a Porsche yourself you're kicking it you're one.
"aaron land" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Major crisis in terms of the increasing use of drugs particularly among our young people in nineteen seventy president Richard Nixon signed the controlled substances act in nearly all scientific research in the U. S. into the effects of psychedelics on people stop it wasn't until two thousand it's scientist Roland Griffiths won FDA approval to study psilocybin this whole area of research has been in the deep freeze for twenty five or thirty years and so as a scientist sometimes I feel like rip van Winkle and when she saw results yeah red lights started flashing this is extraordinarily interesting it's unprecedented in the capacity of the human organism to change it just was astounding it sounds like you are endorsing this for everybody and let's be really clear on that we are very aware of the risks and would not recommend that people simply go out and do this Griffiths in Johnson screen out people with psychotic disorders or with close relatives who've had schizophrenia or bipolar disorder study volunteers at Johns Hopkins or given weeks of intensive counseling before and after the six hour psilocybin experience psilocybin is given in a carefully controlled setting one two three times to date they say there's not been a single serious adverse outcome so I'm gonna check you in we were told we couldn't record anyone participating in the study while they were on psilocybin because it might impact their experience but we were shown how it begins without the psilocybin questions lay on a couch with the blindfold to shut out distractions put the headphones on and headphones playing a mix of coral in classical music a psychedelic sound track with the train guide merry because a mono watching over you okay so give me your hand so I'm gonna take your hand everything is done the same way it was for the L. S. D. experiments scientists conducted in the nineteen fifties and sixties some of the most dramatic results have been with terminal cancer patients struggling with anxiety and paralyzing depression a star since the colors and the geometric designs in the cycle this is so cool and how lovely and and then visions began this was diagnosed with stage three lung cancer in two thousand and thirteen during hurts psilocybin session she found herself trapped in a nightmare her mind created an ancient prehistoric Aaron land and there's these matters with pick axes just slamming on the rocks so in this field absolutely real to you absolutely rail I was being shown the truth of reality life is meaningless we have no purpose and then I look and I'm still like a witness beautiful shimmering eight jul and then it was sound and it was booming bombing bombing right here right now that was being said yes you are alive right here right now because that's all you have and that is my mantra right day it seems so implausible to me that a single experience caused by a molecule right ingested in your body could transform your outlook on something as profound as staff that's that's kind of amazing author Michael Pollan wrote about the psilocybin studies in a best selling book called how to change your mind as part of his research he tried psilocybin himself with the help of an underground guide the kind of things a cancer patients were saying like I I touch the face of god you were skeptical about when you hear phrases like that yeah for love is the most important thing in the universe when someone tells me that I was like okay so you don't you don't go for some of the phrases and now it makes give me the **** as a writer and I really struggle with that because during one of my experiences I came to the earth shattering conclusion that love is the most important thing in the universe but it's that's hallmark card stuff right in and so and yet while you were on it and afterwards profoundly true and it is profoundly true guess what the reason it's on the hallmark card there is a reason and one of the things psychedelics do is they peel away all those essentially protective levels of irony and and cynicism that we that we acquire as we get older and you back to those kind of all my god I forgot all about love Holland said he also experience with the researchers described as ego loss or identity loss quieting of the constant voice we all have in our heads I did have this experience of seeing my ego burst into a little cloud of post it notes I know it sounds crazy and what are you without an ego your yet to be there researchers believe that sensation of identity loss occurs because suicide been quiet these two areas of the brain that normally communicate with each other they're part of a region called the default mode network and it's especially active when we're thinking about ourselves and our lives and it's where you connect what happens in your life to the story of who you are yeah we will develop the story right over time about a time when our house was like and one person we are how we react in that the fact is that interesting things happen when the self goes quiet in the brain including this rewiring that happens to see that rewiring Johns Hopkins scientists Matthew Johnson showed us this representational chart of brain activity the circle on the left shows normal communication between parts of the brain on the right what happens on psilocybin there's an explosion of connections or cross talk between areas of the brain that don't normally communicate this is just startling right is that why people are having experiences of seeing repressed memories are past memories are people who have died or that's what we think it in even the perceptual effects sometimes the synesthesia like that this seems sound people see sound yes sometimes why don't you know that means right yeah right yeah maybe the ego is one character among many in your mind and you don't necessarily have to listen to that voice that's chattering at you in criticizing you and tell you what to do and that's very freeing it was certainly freeing for Kerry Pappas cancer has now spread to her brain for crippling anxiety about death is gone it's amazing I mean I feel like death doesn't frighten me living doesn't frighten me I don't frighten me this frightens me but this interview for example it doesn't hello all it turns out most of the fifty one cancer patients in the Johns Hopkins study experienced significant decreases in depressed mood and anxiety after trying psilocybin two thirds of them rated their psilocybin sessions as among the most meaningful experiences of their lives for some it was on par with the birth of their children to this day it involves in may it's still alive in yet still absolutely alive in me does it make you happier yeah and and I don't necessarily use the word happy comfortable like comfortable I mean I've suffered from anxiety my whole life and comfortable that to me okay I can die him comfortable I mean it's huge it's huge and now a page from the diary of flow the ghost is back this house is protected through progressive but that doesn't mean the haunted house would you explain that radiator like clanking sound or the moon colored light in the hallway that's gone by morning maybe he never bundled home and auto when he's doomed to suffer an eternity without the savings to the number just seventy percent on car insurance when you bundle home and auto through progressive I.
"aaron land" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Relatives who've had schizophrenia or bipolar disorder study volunteers at Johns Hopkins or given weeks of intensive counseling before and after the six hour psilocybin experience the psilocybin is given in a carefully controlled setting one two three times to date they say there's not been a single serious adverse outcome so I'm gonna tuck you in we were told we couldn't record anyone participating in the study while they were on psilocybin because it might impact their experience but we were shown how it begins without the psilocybin questions lay on a couch with the blindfold to shut out distractions put the headphones on and headphones playing a mix of coral in classical music a psychedelic sound track with the train guide merry because a mono watching over you okay so give me your hand so I'm gonna take your hand everything is done the same way it was for the L. S. D. experiments scientists conducted in the nineteen fifties and sixties some of the most dramatic results have been with terminal cancer patients struggling with anxiety and paralyzing depression a star since the colors and the geometric designs in the cycle this is so cool and how lovely and and then both visions began this was diagnosed with stage three lung cancer in two thousand and thirteen during her psilocybin session she found herself trapped in a nightmare her mind created an ancient prehistoric Aaron land and there's these men with pick axes just slamming on the rocks so in this field absolutely real to you absolutely rail I was being shown the truth of reality life is meaningless we have no purpose and then I look and I'm still like a witness beautiful shimmering eight Joel and then it was sound and it was booming bombing bombing right here right now that was being said yes you are alive right here right now because that's all you have and that is my mantra right your best day they seem so implausible to me that a single experience caused by a molecule right ingested in your body could transform your outlook on something as profound as death that's that's kind of amazing author Michael Pollan wrote about the psilocybin studies in a best selling book called how to change your mind as part of his research he tried psilocybin himself with the help of an underground guide the kind of things a cancer patients were saying like I I touch the face of god you were skeptical about when you hear phrases like that yeah for love is the most important thing in the universe when someone tells me that I was like okay so you don't you don't go for some of the phrases and now it makes give me the **** as a writer and I really struggle with that because during one of my experiences I came to the earth shattering conclusion that love is the most important thing in the universe but it's that's hallmark card stuff right in and so and yet while you were on it and afterwards profoundly true and it is profoundly true guess what the reason it's on the hallmark card there is a reason and one of the things psychedelics do is they peel away all those essentially protective levels of irony and and cynicism that we that we acquire as we get older and you're back to those kind of all my god I forgot all about love Holland said he also experience with the researchers described as ego loss or identity loss quieting of the constant voice we all have in our heads I did have this experience of seeing my ego burst into a little cloud of post it notes I know it sounds crazy and what are you without an ego your yet to be there researchers believe that sensation of identity loss occurs because suicide been quiet these two areas of the brain that normally communicate with each other they're part of a region called the default mode network and it's especially active when we're thinking about ourselves and our lives and it's where you connect what happens in your life to the story of who you are yeah we will develop the story right over time about a time when our past was like and one person we are how we react in that the fact is that interesting things happen when the self goes quiet in the brain including this rewiring that happens to see that rewiring Johns Hopkins scientists Matthew Johnson showed us this representational chart of brain activity the circle on the left shows normal communication between parts of the brain on the right what happens on psilocybin there's an explosion of connections or cross talk between areas of the brain that don't normally communicate sister startling right is that why people are having experiences of seeing repressed memories of past memories are people who have died or that's what we think it in even the perceptual effects sometimes the synesthesia like the the scene sound people see sound yeah sometimes why don't you know that means right yeah it right yeah maybe the ego is one character among many in your mind and you don't necessarily have to listen to that voice that's chattering at you in criticizing you and tell you what to do and that's very freeing it was certainly freeing for Kerry Pappas cancer has now spread to her brain for crippling anxiety about death is gone it's amazing I mean I feel like death doesn't frighten me living doesn't frighten me I don't frighten me this frightens me but this interview for example it doesn't now all it turns out most of the fifty one cancer patients in the Johns Hopkins study experienced significant decreases in depressed mood and anxiety after trying psilocybin two thirds of them rated their psilocybin sessions as among the most meaningful experiences of their lives for some it was on par with the birth of their children to this day it evolves in may it's still alive in the it's still absolutely alive in me does it make you happier yeah and and I don't necessarily use the word happy comfortable like comfortable I mean I've suffered from anxiety my whole life and comfortable that to me okay I can die him comfortable I mean.
"aaron land" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Philosophizing of the metrics and the results all these years decades later of the world crisis that continues with this look at the map in the second world wars nineteen thirty nine to nineteen forty one. The US is attacked in nineteen forty five the destruction of Berlin. And they firebombing of Tokyo, and the atomic bombs Joseph Stalin is also in both parts of the war body switches sides, and that is so peculiar you go again and again up against that irony. Victor, what to take of Stalin the fact that he was participating in the torment and the butchery in Poland. And then he became alkyl Joe. And even worse. He he was supplying forty percent of the Third Reich fuel needs when they were conducting the Blitzer were Britain. So literally those donors and Heinkel bombers say, no fire London more fueled by Russian oil and refined gal. So the point is Churchill was a realist. And so when the Soviet Union was invaded by Germany in June twenty second there were a lot of people in Britain, enemy United States that was still mutual isolation. It should but these to fight it out and Churchill came to the conclusion almost immediately that Germany would win if that were the case because the Soviet Union lack things like aluminum it left aviation fuel it lacked radios boots and that the United States and Britain could supply key areas of its material, and then that would siphon off the Third Reich army, and he understood in. Another thing that neither United States or Britain invested forty percent of their military budgets and Aaron land power had ever been continental powers by that. I mean, there were five million Germans in the German army, and it was the finest army in the world, maybe the finest ever scene, and it would take the Red Army to kill two out of three German soldiers, which is what they eventually did finally. Churchill enrolls about to lesser extent. We'll we'll never comfortable with stolen because he was he cut a deal with every major belligerent in the war. I mean, he had a nonaggression pact with Germany and by extension with Italy. He cut in April of nineteen forty one a nonaggression pact with the Japanese turn their attention toward us. He cut a deal with us, of course in Britain, which he's sort of violated, and certainly as January February nineteen forty five when he went into eastern Europe. So and he hadn't thought well, I mean the Soviet army had never fought well outside the borders of Russia. Very dismal performance in Poland in nineteen thirty nine. It has done very poorly in Finland it hit back along long side earlier in the Spanish, civil war. So. A lot of people's minds. It was sort of well, it will run through the Soviet Union lead. I'm let's just let them fight. It was a great. I think insight of Churchill and that that might be true. And that might be worse even. Then seen the Soviet victory. So he made that decision almost immediately to arm the person that had wanted him to be destroyed just weeks. Earlier the decision later on working with Stalin to make demand of unconditional surrender. You present the case that that that created ferocity that had not been seen in previous wars because they were destroying absolutely everything. They were not going to negotiate and yet during that period. Stalin was always certain that he was going to be portrayed by a separate piece. He thought Roosevelt was going to betray him. And he thought Truman and fact, I think he's still thought they were going to betray him when Truman replaced Roosevelt in the Potsdam conference Stalin was an unreliable ally was that this is revisionist a little bit just for a moment. Victor was that a weakness of the ally caused to deal with Stalin through these three year four years. Yeah. In in one way, it is I can sympathize with that you because he was a project. So. Yes. Everything that he would like to do himself. He impugned. Other people even though we were very pretty much straight with him. But again in the in the allied way of thinking is at most we're going to be able to get ninety American divisions, and maybe thirty Canadian and British divisions. And that's not going to be enough to get to Berlin, given our responsibilities. Remember stolen did not help those responsibilities and the Pacific in Italy in the metal training under the water with the submarine campaign camping strategic bombing campaign. So we were willing to do almost anything possible to supply the Red Army and keep stolen in a very one dimensional war. Well, we fed those trucks Britain ran those convoys. They kept him alive through forty two three hundred three hundred seventy five thousand American. Trucks. And remember what the height of the irony and that was after the nonaggression pact with the Japanese in April of nineteen forty one day facto turn their attention to Pearl Harbor. They never broke that agreement. So think of the irony that also the warships were Leeming, Portland and Seattle Laden with goods the Soviet Union going right through the waters in which American ships were burning Japanese subs. Japanese carriers, and they were on touched by the Japanese is a major weight of weather stomach and unloaded Soviet material. And they did not break that pack either side until the last two weeks or Davis Hanson, the second world wars when we come back the villains..
"aaron land" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"While the eagles have the experience from last season's Super Bowl run. Most of this year's bears have learned about playoff the ball via word of mouth like offensive lineman. Charles Leno junior who's convinced the big men in the middle will be a deciding factor Sunday at Soldier Field from what I hear this intensity wraps up for sure trenches because you know, a lot of stuff is done in the trenches games won and lost Leonard junior and the bears back to practice will in forty. We'll hear from the coach Matt Nagy a little later on the game on Sunday bears eagle's playoff at Soldier Field. Sunday, three forty kickoff. Twelve thirty pregame looking forward to that bear Sunday on WBZ of the playoffs. Bears five and a half point favorite. They're dealing with injuries Aaron land Allen Robinson. Anthony Miller Taylor. Gabriel and a few others question marks hoping to play. None of them have been ruled out the eagles go with Nick foles quarterback after banging his ribs and leaving last weekend's game despite a cold grey day and afford a two loss to Boston. The winter classic net. Notre Dame stadium was a thrill for the Blackhawks. And captain Jonathan Taylor is not too hot today. Who have to find a way to get away? And we're in that game fella agree control for you know. The majority of the game. So. Fallen short doesn't feel too good. But again aside from all the other opportunity had guys that have played in outdoor games before. I think this one's at the top as far as how special the tapes at a post with the game-tying shot at half of the minute and a half left over seventy two thousands filling in the stands this hawks gift to Owen four all time in winter classics, the Oxford pick it up against the New York. Islanders tomorrow in Brooklyn, Notre Dame, coach Brian Kelly. According to a six seventy to score report is a coach of interest in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers search Rose Bowl to Ohio State twenty eight twenty three over Washington. Final game for urban Meyer. Head coach Dwayne Haskins. Two hundred fifty one yards three TD's along horns upset the BULLDOGS Texas over Georgia twenty eight twenty one in the sugarbowl host the magic tonight you'll hear it on six seventy to score they beat the magic by ten just less than two weeks ago. I'm all of the bears Josh list. Newsradio seven hundred zero five.
"aaron land" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Know, you're not gonna hit every ball out of the park as Dan. A lot of holding a lot. I mean, the Cody parkey things sticking sticking in people's craw. But for the most part is hard to find an executive that's had as many hits this year. Right. I saw some of the the bloggers Aaron landing and some of the other guys I follow on Twitter debating if he's going to get executive of year. I think it's it's gonna win in a landslide. Because most of the good teams have already acquired the talent. You don't pull the Khalil Mack trade and then sign Robinson and signed Berkman signed Gabriel and hire a new head coach. I don't know if there's a way you could have a greater off season impact. I think he's gonna we it's gonna be a landslide. Here's another. Another example of being able to see all sides of the story doesn't mean to Kevin was a good pet. Doesn't mean that Leonard Floyd was a good pick. Doesn't mean the giving Cody parking nine million dollars was a prudent financial decision. You also have to acknowledge all the really good things that were done this off season by that front office. Right. Absolutely. What do you got? What you good gentlemen. Sometimes in the NFL the good teams just win even though it's not very pretty. And then exactly what the Los Angeles Rams and Kansas City. Chiefs did yesterday as they both moved to nine in one. Meaning we have a nine and one showdown in Mexico City next Monday nights. I was annot Cooper cop. True..
"aaron land" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Com. And we'll see. I think we broke even last week, right? And the how we, how we doing. Playing well, and they got a good quarterback. They got a couple of good quarterback. If they're nowhere near people were steam. The league nowhere near there are a few teams that are play them de GATT the pretty little lady that forget to hit the brake pedal and just blasted through all big fellas and Ryan into the Heba any machine, a monk are, oh. Oh, oh. Told you guys have a reaction. Oh, my. He's fine. Okay. She hit a bunch. Probably put eyeliner. I'll be there. Keeping have gainer like like a diving move, Honey. I'm on my way. I'm doing something. I'll be. That's right through the corkscrew. So that's at the top of a a long uphill, and it's a fast, long uphill, and you don't see the turn. You just see a big banner that goes across the track. That kind of says, all right now the place to start slowing down, but you don't see the turn d, c, top of a hill, do you think she froze? I mean, know her. He line for sure. Her break. I guess she lost her break. Now you would say, well, then you gotta downshift which you should be downshifting, but she has like a paddle shift. So it's not like the same as taking a sticks. You have to just drop it in a second, let the clutch on the rear wheels with lockup or whatever. And then I guess one could have shut the car down. She had probably us a second of one point, two seconds to do something like shut the car at the emergency, whatever or down. It was her first race, I think. So I remember reading. She probably wasn't that familiar with the car and your hands. Don't go to the right button on the dash, and maybe she downshifted. I don't know. Maybe the car wouldn't let her down ship because of the RPM choose polling or whatever it is. Surprising is usually something you can do. But again, you're on the gas all the way up the hill, all the way up. And then in one second, you go now break. In downshift and she braked and there's no break. And now you have point seven seconds to figure it out. And I guess she didn't. She wasn't slowing down at all though. She hit that now she hit the tire barrier, which is good. The reason we all react is she bounced fourteen feet into the air Carwyn sailing Aaron landed, and she's okay, but thank God. That's why use your car people. All right. Let me tell you about madman. Yes. How does how does the Dale die on that? That that one accent that he had the accident that he had didn't even look as bad as this one. This was looked like she should have should have been dead, broke. Her neck dot died that she was going full speed into a wall. Whereas Earnhardt I mean, it didn't even look like he crashed to be honest. It just looked like it did not look into the wall and was in then he passed. I don't understand what hash wall because she crashed into had some give to it. He he didn't. He okay. The they're a grad. Well, first off, they now have these crash berries. I interviewed the guy who made all. This stuff in the have a look..
"aaron land" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Tactics major. Gabriel Brown Along with his team leader master, chief Brit Sliwinski Live from the. White House East Room thank you thank you all and we also remember the six others who along, with John gave their, lives on, that snowy really really cold Afghan night petty officer fresh last Neil, Roberts specialists Mark Anderson Sergeant Bradley crows senior. Airman Jason Cunningham technical sergeant Philip switchback and corporal Matthew Commons our nation is rich with. Blessings but. Our greatest blessings. Of all are the patriots like John and all of you that just and frankly many of the, people in this room, my exclude, myself and a few of, the politicians Cool. I John carry our freedom, on their shoulders March. Into, the face, of evil. And fight. To. The very last breath so that, we can live, in freedom, and safety and peace. Now it is my privilege to, ask Valarie join me on stage to accept the congressional medal of honor on behalf of the hero she loved and the hero our nation will. Forever remember technical sergeant John Chapman thank you please Please. Founder thank. You The military aid please come forward. And read, the. Citation. Thank you The president of. The United States of America has awarded in, the name of, congress the medal of honor posthumously to technical sergeant John H Chapman United States Air Force for conspicuous gallantry and Intrepidity, at the risk. Of life above and beyond the call. Of duty Technical sergeant John Chapman distinguished himself by extrordinary heroism as an air, force special, tactics combat controller attached to a navy see, Aaron land seal team conducting reconnaissance operations in Takur Ghar Afghanistan on March fourth two thousand two during insertion the team's helicopter. Was ambushed causing a teammate to fall into an entrenched group of enemy combatants pillow sergeant Chapman and the team voluntarily, reinserted onto the snow capped mountain into the heart, of a known enemy stronghold to rescue one of, their own without regard for his own safety sergeant Chapman immediately engaged moving in, the direction of. The, closest enemy position despite coming under heavy fire from multiple directions he fearlessly charged an. Enemy bunker up a steep incline in deep, snow and into, hostile fire directly engaging the enemy upon reaching the bunker sergeant Chapman assaulted and cleared the position killing all enemy occupant It's with complete disregard for his own life sergeant Chapman deliberately moved, from cover only twelve meters. From the enemy and exposed himself once again to attack a second bunker from.
"aaron land" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Wall township in a, Facebook post the department does not identify, the drivers but they do send prayers to the family of the. Civilian vehicles collided as one was traveling down a, main road and the other emerged from a. Side street the state will decide by the end of September which counties are included in the first installment of, new program providing tuition free community college. To students higher education secretary is a. Kia Smith Ellis says applicants will be considered based on their ability to enroll recruit and support students and their plans to keep costs reasonable into. The future so we'll be looking at how much the plan. Will cost it was a different Collins and also their clan for Hawk Down in. The future as we think about how to build this program out to more colleges tuition MP's will begin to be covered in the spring semester for students with incomes, under forty five, thousand dollars not all counties will take part initially as the twenty million in. The state budget can only cover around half Them resorts, casino hotel and draft kings are the first companies approved. To release sports betting phone apps and websites in New Jersey the company say they're. Testing the apps through, an invitation only system which you can, request on the draft kings website and may be released to the. General public after several days of testing the state attorney general's office is suing six parties over. The pollution of New Jersey's water Aaron land all cases involve companies whose operations have damaged their surrounding area it's, the largest single day legal action the. State has taken since previous research damage. Resource damage cases were announced in two thousand eight July twenty eighteen was the twenty fourth wettest on record since eighteen ninety-five assistant state climatologist Matthew. Gerbeau she says no big records were broken for both rainfall. And heat the like two thousand eighteen really had a classic variety of summer weather. We had an ongoing heatwave to begin the months mainly dry conditions the first half of the month then warm and humid conditions with widespread and at times heavy showers, during the second, half of the month the only records.
"aaron land" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Talk radio five sixty s Chevaux We're starting the show by talking about. Black I land members saying blacks will take what is, they're they're coming for the. Whites the already killing white. Farmers white farmers are leaving and they're applying for lands in Australia and. Russia they move there with their or, cattle and it's a genocide by any any, description we're talking about. That and of course liberals are going to, say, well it's their. Land they're entitled to kill. People that's the liberal. Way they don't think through what they're. Saying they don't think through what they're. Saying now before you jump to conclusions and start accusing me of being a, racist I think you ought to look at a. Mirror I have spent many a night in all black villages in the Fiji Allen's for many. Years never had a problem. There they didn't hate me and I didn't hate. Them in, fact we got along real well Going back to the nineteen sixties and, seventies when I was a. Plant collector medicinal plant collector. Somehow the hatred didn't seep out into Fiji their Melanesian people they're all. Black people genes are different how come, they don't have hatred I mean they'll land was taken away from. Them to but they don't hate the world, how, is that possible. Now there is strife and. Feed Fiji between the. Fijians and the Indians and as eastern. The ends when I say Indians should. Be more specific and at led to a revolution in addition to that there's, a lot of strife in all countries that strife. There but the issue is not about racism it's about realism that people will wind up starving. To death in South Africa. And they'll have to beg for food that's what's. Going to, happen if history is any Indicator of what's going to. Happen let me start, with a couple of callers and we'll start with Jonathan on, WABC Jonathan line six go ahead please. Out of New York City Michael I'm a big fan love your show but, I'm so tired of hearing from European. Without their help Africa will. Fall to its knees Well hole let's. Stop didn't that happen in Rhodesia Who are they going to sell their crops suit where you just made a statement. That the Africans don't need the help. Of Europeans so I'm asking you a. Simple question. Didn't that happen in Rhodesia Zimbabwe's doing okay They're not. No they're not they're on the world stage. Begging for food what are? You talking. About They're not begging. Come on knock it off Wait? A minute what do you. Like come on it's a fact of life what? Are you making it up out? Of thin are they out of the air? What do. You, think you're in a? Cafe north beach now where are you talking? Who do you think you're, talking to here Zimbabwe is a basket case What, happened. Jonathan you're still there Jonathan, if you have any facts. I'd like to. Hear them I'm trying to I'm trying to give. You my point of view I don't mind your. Point of view. Don't base it upon emotion base it upon reality Rhodesia is a model for what will happen in South, Africa Rhodesia when it was farmed. By white farmers produced enough food for everyone in Rhodesia and, then some, they exported food when the same communist nonsense was proposed by. ZIM by Mugabe the murderer the mass. Murderer and the whites were, driven off the farmland What happened does Imbaba On the. World stage importing food Michael I. See this is the problem with stupid, liberals He, made believe he, didn't, hear a word I said and? He said, Michael can. You hear me Mike on, WABC see, let's, see if you have an ear go? Ahead Mike. What's your opinion you're you're talking about The last, guy, was speaking about smoke Rb only reasonable. Governor, became it. Became a bathroom kids because, all the, European, countries because Mugabe was back in England After he did And they were put an embargo on their sell an all you just happen that could feed, themselves the world the, back at all the European countries European turned against Switzerland It wasn't so let let's pause I'm not gonna argue with that point but, I will ask you are you supporting Mugabe now I'm not supported him but don't make it seem as well, because he took hold, it now wasn't Mugabe a mass murderer But that's. Not the, point we're talking about well not the point but let's not, turn him into some wonderful Obama he was a mass murderer not only. Of whites blacks as well anyone who, opposed him he had murdered, in the sense of it's? Working fight Israel's taking, ran back with what what then God give it to them how many thousands years before for them For women holding out. What's, the comparison about, Israel now I'm not following you taking some God. Gave it to them tell, ten thousand years ago Aaron land up. Palestinian land kicking back. To pet from all the Palestinians let's be let's be. Accurate let's go back to the, nineteen forties before Israel was founded the, Palestinians lived on the land for ages It? Was not a thriving land it was an arid land producing very. Little and when the Jews, came to that land though, more specifically when they returned to their homeland. They became, very productive farmers. They turned it into a flowering garden of Eden through very hard work and very advanced methodology of farming They're still, taking land you're still taking. Land that's now you're changing the argument again why didn't the Palestinians export food when they had the land But once I have something I. Could do whatever, I wanted to need somebody I need, it back up all it matters now you're changing the, argument against so you. Don't care in. Other words if the South African starved? To, death, as long as the, people have a sense. Of pride that's what. You're saying you took America how many. Years after changing the discussion again again you changing the subject Thanks so you would you would? Rather see a whole. Population starve to death rather than the, land be. Productive and everyone have food to eat okay, I understand that as very good very good that's the mentality was seeing here, in America under Bernie Sanders. And the millennials. Who know nothing it doesn't matter what the results are. Of their politics, matters is do they feel good as, they take away the power from the white male that's, all that matters that's. All that matters. Is baked yourself feel good it doesn't?.
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"aaron land" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.
"In brazil where they took aaron land that had absolutely nothing growing on it and they were eight they put they planted trees and grass and put cows on tour to rome in the whole forest came back because you know they need they need you know the nitrogen from the the feces is what you know fixes the soil and they need them walking around on land and i mean i think that i think that's tremendously promising so let's talk a little bit donen differ road because you know saturated fat is bad according to experts but vegetable oils are good according to experts that we should be consuming a lot of these polyunsaturated basically megan six refined oils like soybean oil which is ten percent calories corn oil south oil sunflower canola oil and they're all saying these great we should consume more them what do you have to say to that well okay so going back to answer keys when they said avoid saturated fats you're supposed to replace them with vegetable oils right that was the idea going back to the nineteen sixties well this is where the food industry does come in a little bit just to start off this story so the the the vegetable industry was kind of born in the early nineteen hundreds right the first vegetable oil product was crisco right so you see that those oils were used for the industrial revolution they were lose to kate machinery and then they figured out how to harden them to make them and they learn how to bleach them and make white and then they thought and it was actually proctor and gamble that that figure out how to do that they were going to make it into a soap soaps made from oil and said they look an awful lot like lard let's try to sell it as a food so they started to sell it as a food and yes so it turns out that they contained that it's what they hardening vegetable oils is done through a process called hydrogenated in that produces trans fats but so these these trans fatty harden oils were started to be sold to americans in nineteen eleven so quinson ly heart disease starts to take off right right around maybe like ten years later we started seeing increases in death from heart disease so then proctor and gamble figures out how to just sell oil is oil so what.
"aaron land" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories
"Answer was looking for a way to protect the fbi position and could have seen cannabis as of vehicle to secure his legacy more so than an actual threat to the public and whether calculated or not answers racist remarks xenophobic tactics had a huge effect on the public's perception of marijuana and its users it's probably a combination of theories one and to the prohibition of marijuana was a complex issue that spanned from nineteen thirty to nineteen thirty seven before the marijuana tax act was passed and the debate has continued ever since this episode of conspiracy theories has been almost a hundred years in the making even today the criminalization of marijuana continues to be a hotly debated topic and everyone has an opinion some states have maintained a hard line on we'd while others have begun to repeal marijuana prohibition the national conversation on marijuana is continually changing and we've only scratched the surface on the number of conspiracy theories surrounding this famous plant thanks for tuning into conspiracy theories if you like the show don't forget to subscribe you can also find us on facebook and instagram at par cast and on twitter at parkas network let us know what your favorite theory is and join us next week as we explore another conspiracy theory until then remember that truth isn't always the best story and the official story is always the truth conspiracy theories was created by max cutler is a production of cutler media and is part of the par cast network it is produced by max ron cutler sound design by kenny hobbs with production assistance by ron shapiro and paul moller additional production assistance by maggie add meyer and carly madden conspiracy theories as written by aaron land and stars molly brandenburg encarta roy.
"aaron land" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"This weekend when he had the discussion of the former running back marshall lynch which john lynch with aaron land and kevin lynch hired some of the pregame there was a lot of lynch discussion earlier wwe and and that's i i think even ted was saying you guys can't be you know like madonna geico by one name here we needed fola and full on explanation on the on the lynch area but i wanted to get to erin lynch you guys laid out this was approved game and we saw fifty nine running around the inactive and with our instead of with dr with solomon solomos um we dj jones of inner was it i liked the front seven of the forty nine ers in this game and it was after not getting anywhere near newton in week one day had russell wilson running around a lot they did they did and you know they were that was sort of the healer this game it could this defensive front this young country permanent many late on putin could baby effect elegant and often to lima struggling in and they definitely were i announced now if you start fading a little bit of a that heard wind can you continue to do that uh that's going to be their challenge in um you know yet adding had a really good difference front is where it's going in the nfl right now you know offense of lines are down there a lot at off the fine around the lead and they're being overpowered by these more athletic different a crunch you're seeing in the nfl and out i think that's the case with forty nine or no there linux struggling a little bit but they're defend to front young and fast and allocated and they really showed it in aaron lynch showed it uh in that game against the atl this portion of the fruits of brooke shows we are joined by our mandarins kevin lynch is.
"aaron land" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Prevent him getting a nuclear weapon the only option left is really focusing on pressure and especially pressuring chinese bank that support naples kimber she immigration started to take steps in this direction last week sanctions on chinese and russian firms are good start but i believe we can do much more i know we can do much more including issuing top biased against chinese bank sauteed north korean financial transactions i believe there's much more we can do to get worked at maximum financial pressure what the same time in continuing to increase our military cooperation with our allies of the japanese in the south koreans in particular engineering deploys many assets as we have available to us through that area of the world although we have two destroyers aged class destroyers that are now out of commission because it collided with commercial vessels which is incredibly troubling and i know i'm approaching record on your program it all comes back to rebuilding the military and getting to create a 55 ship nate and the other things we need to do other capabilities that we can't of loyd in order are ilie including our ability to shoot one of these missiles out of the air the next time out there but you made all gets back to that and yet or presence in order precisely to respond to crises there is a bloomberg news story this morning by anthony ca patio and rock senator on that says that the pentagon faces a sixty five billion dollar and cut unless we get some kind of a relief from the budget control act you did pasture six hundred fourteen billion dollar bill uh but the budget control act is still there mandating cuts of nine to ten percent in midjanuary matt as the secdef says you can't operate this way as stopgap continuing resolution doesn't let anything work does that does that get fixed congress we gotta fix it madison or more damage to our military that any enemy in the field could have hope to do this group of us in the house saw led by turner a subcommittee chairman offer tackle aaron land who are trying to bring this issue to the floor my hope is that congressional house leadership will support at another some questions on action time inc but plumbing now i mean how much more evidence do we need.