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"alber" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"alber" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"In. It's kind of like just even bring up the thought. It doesn't register with them because they've never thought that way before and i said well think about it. If you believe that you don't have to have a relationship with your mother. How how what would what would make you feel and most every client would sake. I made me feel free. It would make me feel like. I relief like a load of bricks off my shoulder. There you go. That's it but the follow through is the big thing on this too because you could even if you change that thinking and change that belief system you have to take action on it so so. Let's get back to ellison kind of what his his his very similar to the story. I just told you that's how would address clients. He would just call them honestly in. He said this in his own words he says you know. I just call clients on their bullshit. You know if they're you know if they're complaining or doing something he'll say we'll just change your thinking about it and it sounds very simplistic and even when i say it now. Listening might say well. It's not that easy. well no. It's not easy but the whole point is if you can change a thanking it becomes easier than what you're doing right now so l. Sad he works to change climate self-defeating beliefs and behaviors by demonstrating their irrationality. Self defeatism and rigidity. And that's so that's so much with clients. I will tell them especially clients who feel depressed and i know this is. I'm not. I'm not saying these things aren't difficult people but somebody who's severely depressed one of the best things they can do. As exercise physical exercise is one of the best things you can do because it releases endorphins and physically. It's gonna make you feel better in clients will come back and say i it it just. It doesn't help me. I'm like need to do it..

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"alber" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"alber" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"At its. It's crazy it's totally crazy. I mean as will ferrell would say oh. Great odin raven and i love that. Use the word crazy to star. Used that word. I deal with crazy. Oh speaking of all our next episode. That just made me think of a good thing. My wife gave me this idea. we're gonna talk about psychological slang terms. That people don't know what they mean Or they think they know what they mean. lean. And and i think i'll throw crazy in there because it just made me think of like. Oh man that person's that person's skill persons bipolar that person's Right right you know i. I don't have this. Life has making one. She said that would be a good show. Top to go over and describe what all of these things mean because people use them in a general sense it doesn't really apply. And which ones should you avoid. Well sure like detrimental as well. And i'll give you the the one that that people could really offend a lot of people understandably it's mental retardation but that used to be a the diagnostic and statistical manual that used to be the actual diagnosis for developmental developmental disabilities So things things of in an honestly within my lifetime these two still call. Call the the mental floor on the hospital psychiatric floors. These still call them. Asylums is late is like the late sixties. That's i don't know it. is that runs. The world the phrase. The little guy escalated quick. That really got out of hand fast. So next episode. We're gonna hit on these these terms that that are and i'll go through and explain exactly what each of these means that can use them correctly. So we're talking today about albert. Ellis albert ellis was an influential psychologist. Who developed rational emotive behavior therapy. And i'll get into the details of what that means the great thing. About albert ellis is..

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"alber" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"alber" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"I found this story today looking looking for a couple of of good winners at the weeks and that this is this is honestly this. Is i find this amazing. It's almost unbelievable. One week matthew. And i had to nominate us for winter the week for doing this segment and bringing some positivity to the world. Oh that's great that's fantastic. I appreciate it. That's awesome So a man paralyzed from the neck down. Excuse me clear my throat. A man paralyzed from the neck. Down has gained the ability to type words with his brain. Okay about as fast as the average smartphone user. All right this minute writing was done. Through science fiction sounding brain computer interface called a bci that picks up neural signals and feeds them into an algorithm which translated them into letters. So it's what it sounds like. They have they have them hooked up to this computer interface where he thinks of it and it types it out boy so the story goes outta says the secret to the success and why this particular. Bci which is a brain computer. Interface was able to produce words at such a faster rate than in the past. Was that attract a brain signals of the patient as he imagined writing them down with a pen a skill which imprint so thoroughly on our motor skill system that remains for years. Well so it's like we've talked on the show many times about memory imprinting in having those those those those images that burned in your brain from your pastor from childhood so the way. They're saying they the way they're doing now is due to imagine writing it with a pen because that is so. It's so imprinted into your brain on how to do that. And what it looks like that that that that gives you it gives more accuracy at works better so the man was. The man was sixty five at the time of the study and then he When he suffered a spinal cord injury So here's here's the crazy part with this computer..

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"alber" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"alber" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"You'll find my podcast page with all of our episodes going all the way back to number one and we are quickly approaching Absolute one hundred were probably thirteen. Fourteen episodes away so could be coming up soon. yeah so yeah folks. If you have just checked in go back you got tons of episodes to go back and listen to And on my website. Also find my store on the store. You'll find all of my nbc three hypnosis recordings you'll find a lot of other good stuff Couple of couple of articles and things like that that you can download some of the stuff's free some of it's paid but but take a look there a lot of cool things on the store and soon to be added to that store and i know i tease this. A couple of episodes ago but Fingers crossed were in the home. Stretch of my book It is almost done being written so it has to go to editor in four matter. And i'm hoping by july it will be out. That's my that's on my calendar in my head but we'll we'll see because it all depends on what happens in those shares once once it leaves your hands. You're depending on other people to fix it up. So i keep an eye out for that now and i'll make an announcement here and also be posted on my social media as well so speaking of social media you can find me on facebook and youtube at motor city hypnotist and an instagram and twitter at motor city. Hypno- that's h. y. p. ano- and as usual as we do every episode. We're giving away a free hypnosis guy that yours free just check the show notes for that link. just click on the link. Enter your email and it will come right to you. We'll email or download actually might start immediately sooner. She do that. So so definitely Take a look at that. It's just a guide of of just hypnosis information what it is how. It works miss misconceptions. It gives you a really good understanding and and just a couple of page. Pdf saw grabbed that. If you'd like to end the most important thing is wherever you're listening. Please subscribe and leave a review if you're on apple. If you're on apple podcasts. Or i tunes. Podcasts you can. I think it's like right now or follow. Follow me like uncle kracker fall because apple has put the he put the hammer down on. What do they call it an unscrupulous advertising practices. They kind of call. It oh okay you know. It's funny because being being A business you know with my clinic in my show side of things and You know i have. I have my facebook fan page. And i run run a lot of traffic through my facebook pages in my group's to my website but Because of this apple. Change my for those of you who are not technical. Just you're gonna gap out here from it at only facebook pixel got disconnected. Oh my pixel tracks. All of my traffic. That comes through. So i can see where people are you know landing on my sight word. They're spending time so they can put information there. Which by tbe the whole issue of. Why way apple did that. Because they don't want people tracking it. Yeah i get that re setup. Which was allen low. He's in allen's in drew allen taco night at the allen household usually yup. Thanks check in and allen as usual. Wait we got we got. He loves the sound or tell al does this. Are you very go. I love you saucy soundbites. Oh yeah absolutely..

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"alber" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"alber" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"Happening. My friends it as david wright. The motor city hypnotist. And we're back with another episode of the motor city hypnotist podcast and We're we're back in detroit while we were last episode. But if you're listening to this audio it's probably one episode later but yeah back downtown. Detroit looking out the window at partial skyline past the building so rather than being stuck in my office. I come downtown. I m jamie. You know what i did miss about being down here other than hang out here just having fun. Sure in the bar detroit. She began shipping company. This way we are our studios in the top second. Florida trait shipping company maze thai food. And oh that's going to mention bangkok ninety-six. What i missing was her tyrol. Yes know for those of you who know who are in this area. Many of you may not be. There's a great. Thai restaurant in dearborn might be dearborn heights. Telegraph near ford road. Kind of not quite that far but But they have like a satellite restaurant here and and and this is something. You can't get it the main restaurant but what they have. Here is a pad tyrol like a pad thai burrito. It's and it's like it's i eat. Yeah and i. Well i got in. I have to do after portion myself. Because daddy gets a little thick Hard time finishing it would definitely be as far as calorie countenance probably couple of meals for sure. I'm sure you agree. I should break it into three. Yes i do. Break it into two. It takes good though when you're eating at that's fantastic pad thai. Come down to destroy stretch. I'll give them a plug even they don't know it. Yeah good come down. Detroit shipping company and ninety six for sure and then. Yeah there's burgers. I'll dump tacos good food down here and his Jamie mentioned last episode. It's a beautiful day to day. The table recordings like eighty eight partly sunny and and people are out in wandering about and enjoying the city and joined. The weather is good to see the city. Live down here with each other. It's good absolutely so. Yeah that's where we're at with jamie mattis out this episode Back at some point. He's he's doing a gig. Yeah he's out and he's plays out playing the to he's he's Turn disks something like that. I think you said he had a prom right. Yep oh good from yeah. Yeah yeah good for him. The kids all fun. Oh he'll keep moving. So here's with jamie is with me. If i didn't mention that matters out Let me tell you folks where you can find me on. My website is motor city hypnotist dot com on the website..

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"alber" Discussed on #M?llistMist - der Podcast

#M?llistMist - der Podcast

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"alber" Discussed on #M?llistMist - der Podcast

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"alber" Discussed on #M?llistMist - der Podcast

#M?llistMist - der Podcast

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"alber" Discussed on #M?llistMist - der Podcast

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Late Rapper DMX Honored in Memorial

WBZ Morning News

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Late Rapper DMX Honored in Memorial

"And family pay their final respects to rapper DMX, a memorial service held Sunday for close family and friends of DEA. Max. It followed a closed funeral service Saturday for the rapper Real name Earl Simmons, who died earlier this month after spending about a week on life support. DMX is influence and impact resonated in the streets of New York. Throughout the weekend, DEA Max, who was 50 leaves behind a fiance and 15 Children. Matt Piper. CBS NEWS New YORK fashion designer Alber Alba's has died. He was a

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Bronx Boosters: Yankee Stadium becomes mass vaccination site

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Bronx Boosters: Yankee Stadium becomes mass vaccination site

"Yankee Stadium is hosting a different type of crowd starting today the virus pandemic has hit the Bronx hard so it's ball park is now a mass vaccination site today is a special on opening day as Yankee stadium's ever seen Yankee manager Aaron Boone was among those at the stadium as borough residents like Goldie Alber gadi lined up for shots not so much for Lawrence Francis who gave up after standing in the rain as it gets ready for Super Bowl Sunday the NFL is offering all three of its stadiums as vaccination sites seven are already being used to from Baltimore to New England Sager made ani Washington

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"alber" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"alber" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"With a good amount of sunshine looks beautiful right now we are at sixty one degrees in Sacramento heading to a high of seventy nine degrees on news ninety three point one K. of P. K. okay time now for a little news from your neighborhood Alber Parnell joins us and what if you found yes this coming out of the Sacramento bee so children are playing the fairy tale town once again the park which was closed in Saint Patrick day was able to open its summer camp programs after receiving clearance from the Sacramento county public health department because it's fun camps provide childcare but of course they can't are doing extra sanitary majors in precautionary measures because of cold in nineteen K. Cleveland those rides a little more yeah I was just kind of I mean with with little kids that's hard to do to keep everything sanitary shall engine non pandemic days forget about it today I think the zoo is open as well and movie theaters jams all of that stuff they're allowed to open but sometimes they're not ready to open yes some of these businesses that are allowed to open in stage three coming into this weekend may choose not to just because there are a lot of things to have in place and in order to follow the state guidelines and so some might just not be ready or maybe not not with the rush of that first weekend that everybody can get out right right they have to train their staff than a lot of times there's some expense the in the offing to how for short hair signage on things in training you need to do for sure there's a cost all right the kids intact we're gonna be talking about that coming up how kids are getting sick here and how you can tell if they've been on a line all night long other than the fact that they're sleeping and I'll have that coming up right after this it was twenty four seven coverage data George Ford in police custody back based coverage the issue of police brutality taken up in protests around the world the information you need finding a better way for foreign nations when you need it.

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"alber" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"alber" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Alber Parnell has more would you have for us yes this coming out of the Chico enterprise record so to acknowledge the compliments of Orville seven hundred high school indoor adult school graduates downtown Orville be hosting a drive in movie nights were off for school so this is pretty interesting because they will be showing movies but the stars will be the graduates because they'll be showing videos that include their grad their virtual graduations pictures of them in their capping downs while I am there student speeches as well up on the big screen on the right yeah that's right love that very good member that poll came out from C. N. N. couple days ago show Joe Biden up by fourteen points over president trump right yes president trump's campaign has sent a cease and desist order to CNN so they said it's filled with all kinds of that information it's inaccurate so stop it and the sentences we stand by our poll meanwhile Joe Biden said last night that president trump is going to try to steal the election he is he gonna steal it is that he's gonna steal it oh gosh how's he gonna steal it now he doesn't really say how is that but he but look out for it it's gonna here comes this here comes the facets of presents and trying to take it this dealer at all right where do we go I know this nonsense doesn't and we did we hear that in twenty sixteen yes we did okay up on that okay all right where can we go a lot of this one it was scape in more ways than one let's look at the new travel trends is the lockdown is lifted we're gonna go deeper in three minutes social distancing face masks working from home six months ago they weren't even on our radar even after everything opens how long will they be with us we are here to keep.

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"alber" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"alber" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Sam Shane along with Kristina Mendoza here on the Cape became morning news so when you were able to travel again you may want to head to this place called love valley I know I can't wait to hear about that that's coming up in our next segment Alber print else going to join his new little news up from your neighborhood right now what he got Albert yes so the Sacramento by Comey brew bike is back in business owners have decided to open their doors as a pop up shop to sell liquor to go they say they're working together until the sag grew by towards are approved by the government to re open it is fit for social distancing but until then they will be a pop up shop for your liquors needs to have for your liquor needs have you ever been on the road yes it's so fun it's a whole lot I remember some friends invited us to do it I was like I don't know how this is going to go and is it going to be fun it was a black it's like guilt free because you're burning off the calories while you're taking them in life is a little strange that liquor it's okay to have liquor to go now well you know I interesting how they and they have to I guess they have to serve it to you in a certain way were they taped it all up and going because we did above local restaurant we walked to the restaurant on Cinco Tamayo to get a Margarita mostly because we wanted just to support the restaurant course course that's what if you want to search for but yeah the way they packaged it up it's it's it does not encourage drinking I while walking or anything else it encourages you to take it home and then drink it right all right we're going to take you out coming up next to a place called love a valley it was built with the past in mind and your you'll need a horse to get there we'll have that coming up news ninety three point one KFBK available everywhere on the iheart radio app number one for podcasting KFBK and I heart.

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"alber" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"alber" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"From your neighborhood Alber Parnell joins us now is our technical producer and our news from your neighborhood guy yes and this is coming out of the Sacramento bee so we might be in the middle of a pandemic by Sacramento residents they'll have to move their vehicles once a week for city services our race getting hit with a ticket the city of Sacramento has stopped issuing parking tickets for over two metre payments and some other infractions but he continues to issue tickets the cars parked in no parking zones on the day of the week parking is prohibited so crews could pick up recycling yard waste before street sweeping so yes continue yes they do some over the car right that makes sense stuff done well and I got to get their revenue from their dark parking deck right that's not going away news by a Monmouth university poll out shows fifty percent of voters in crucial swing counties backing Joe Biden forty one percent trump that's three hundred counties that they took a look at wow in the last time around it was a toss up between Klein Hillary Clinton and trump this is not good news for Donald Trump no but I have heard that his positives have gone up well yeah you know and national crises that's not unusual with his core base definitely yeah yeah well there's also you know Andrew Cuomo was now in the next thing I know that report this morning that says he could come out of a brokered convention right he's getting a lot of high marks for how he's dealing with a pandemic in his state and analysts on both sides Republicans and Democrats say he's a he's a threat to Joe Biden wouldn't that be a turn of events yes Sir certainly was not very interesting or they say they have a deal the white house and the Senate leaders say they're about to pass a new stimulus built to give relief to unemployed Americans and struggling businesses but we've heard that before will it really happen or have a live report three minutes stay connected with three news ninety three point one KFBK when your smart speaker at home say Alexa play KFBK on I heart radio hi Christina Johnson here from my friends at the bell brothers they have an announcement for all of the customers from bell brothers plumbing heating and air we're all spending a lot more time in our homes due to the corona virus situation and the bell brothers want to help you maintain the cleanest environment possible an air purifying option like an air scrubber connects your existing heating and cooling system and like the name suggests scrubs pollutants out of the air that are circulating in your home it uses a high intensity UV lamp it is effective against some viruses bacteria and mold and use a safe oxidizers to neutralize odors it is important to point out that it has not been proven to kill this new coronavirus however it has been shown in laboratory research to be effective against similar viruses bell brother centers over the research and they are happy to talk to you more about the research and provide the.

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"alber" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"alber" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Hopefully yeah we're gonna get in the mid seventies that'll be nice effect all right let's get over to news from your neighborhood Alber Parnell joins us now and this is encouraging for the folks in Roseville yes yes this coming out of the Auburn journal so the city of Roseville the Roseville police department are trying to increase pedestrian safety in Roseville after a woman was hit by a car and critically injured were across the street in downtown Roseville so last week the city council approved a seventy one thousand dollar purchase of new L. E. D. crossing signs FOR six cross roads around the Civic Center in downtown Roseville so before you joined us this morning last week we had a show a story on the show about the number of pedestrian automobile accidents and deaths in America it was sky rocketing up yeah like by a lot like thirty percent many think it has to do with the cell phones now yes Sir he will be distracted yeah when I ran into walking a rental couple polls looking at my seat belt four of them that is that right could be more I'm not remember some of whom I had a friend who saw in LA Ron Howard do that he was on his cell phone he ran into a pole and he looked up and he just started laughing at himself can't you see him doing that he seems like a pretty good natured guy well and he's busy so I'm sure on that latest movie right right right right but then I saw this in USA today most drivers don't yield when a pedestrian crosses the street but drivers of expensive cars are the worst offenders yeah this is I don't know a little bit about slow a little bit of class journalism hair I have put into classes against each other we should be wary of those Bentleys I know journal of transport and health another journal journal transported health found only about twenty eight percent of drivers yielded to pedestrians in a crosswalk that is horrible yeah well well go to Manhattan but the cost you know what that's like well yeah take your life in your own high now they pocket you and Reverend give you that one single finger salute but the cost of the car was a significant predictor with the likelihood of a driver yielding going down three percent for every one thousand dollar increase in the value of the car so now you know now you know if you see a Mercedes run out chance stay back stay back stay away thirty years later it was back on the curb the new labor law in California independent contractor say it is killing their livelihood by some lawmakers want to change it and others say let's just get rid of it altogether the very latest in three minutes Sanders.

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"alber" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

11:22 min | 2 years ago

"alber" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Welcome back well worth researcher Timothy Alber Reno of course she works with Steve Quayle their partners and mysteries all round this planet and we've been talking about giants Stargate so we got so many other things to talk about but back to the giants Timothy for a moment some of them obviously did not get wiped out in the flood because of that story with the pilot in Afghanistan who found a dead giant who obviously was the offspring of other giants where are they now yes and and that story actually Steve broke that story with the pilot on your shows yes ago absolutely and and we featured him in our last film it'll be on holy see yep SO two in our in our film series and what's really interesting is that that story continues to unfold and we're finding verification of the story and grab a crew of corroborating data that is coming in and that of which you you are familiar because your and Ellie Marshallese film yeah the the let the latest edition of his wives watch your series seven right and that you guys were talking about the canned a harder giant event in which the soldiers discovered this giant in the cave and one of them I think was skewered by the giant and they eventually killed it and well the other day we weren't sure we've been communicating with Ellie more silly and we weren't sure if they were referring to the same event if if there if his guide was referring to the same event as our AC one thirty pilot and the other day we've got a phone call from our pilot and he was very excited and he told Steve that he had purposely held back withheld information from us because turning certain details pertaining to this giant in the whole scenario why because he wanted to be able to verify if other people were coming out and talking about the same event he wanted to be able to verify whether or not they were telling the truth whether or not they had actually been involved in in this scenario pertaining to this giant and again he called excitedly the other day talk to Stephen said Steve the guy that Ellie more so we had in his film is telling the truth he mentioned to the very good to very details of our pilot had purposely withheld for the purposes of verification this other gentleman in March so it's film brought those two details up during the interview which absolutely in in in our pilots mine verified that his story was true which is exactly what police do sometimes him in cases where they hold back information from the media for example because they don't want people to know about certain things at the crime scene that's right and that's exactly what what are eighty one thirty pilot did and we had no idea there were some very particular details he did not tell us or anyone else and again he's in our film his stories in our film and we've got some very exciting things coming up involving us with with Ellie March to solely and both of our sources for this story so this story is not going away this the the the it's famous as famous now's the canned a hard giant story it's not going away it's actually becoming more and more verifiable and that's exciting to us because this is a this was a giant that was killed a back in two thousand five range and the end and it was it was over ten feet tall dipping Wade we know for a fact because our pilot the the AC one thirty pilot who was sent in to Bagram airforce base to pick this thing up he didn't know what he was going to pick up he was told that he had some high value cargo that he had to go and pick up it was confidential he flew in and he was met on the tarmac by what who he described as the baby sitters these military what he what he believed were military intelligence guys who were signed to stay with that body the body of the dead giant which was partially covered by a tart and so they waited I mean he had a way to put it on his airplane they waited and the thing weighed a thousand pounds I mean imagine sows impound guy ten to twelve feet tall and this was precisely the data that was coming from Ellie marsilli source and and again the description of the giant and those details that that are a pilot with held have been have been validated verified by this other individual so we're excited about this because this isn't you know we're not talking about the the ancient past here we're talking about a relatively recent events so if there was one giant in the case of Afghanistan then I have to believe that there are more and not only in the case of Afghanistan before half all over the world in in different parts of the world and and I believe George that the part of the reason why the giant was discovered the Cajun sometimes many times actually you will hear witnesses who have seen giants in contemporary times such as people in the Solomon Islands New Zealand Sardinia all all over the years even in Peru these giants delivery giants are often is associated with caves with networks of caves and underground tunnels in this in a vast network of of of an underground realm that they seem to be moving through and that's why we don't really counted the much on the surface last week Timothy I had a story that researchers in Antarctica they are talking about some kind of massive object deep under the ice there they don't know what it is they don't know if its remnants of our asteroid they just don't know what it is some people think it's a huge you are full have you done any work in that area that well Steve Steve as you know just finished his his book empire beneath the ice which is a fantastic book for anybody interested in what might be hidden under the ice in an Antarctica and expect as it relates to the **** but we believe and I believe very strongly that under the ice of Antarctica are the most impressive megalithic structures on earth including paramedics including all kinds of of agents technology aged technological artifact there literally frozen in time I believe that I think that our government has known about it for a long time we think the **** discovered some of it when they went over there created there submarine bases and their other bases on the ice and in Antarctica and so it doesn't surprise me at all that at this point in time were little by little specially with the satellite system that we have around the earth now we can we in I mean you can go right now on Google earth and and and look at high resolution pictures of of the wasteland of act of Antarctica it's it's going to be I think he's kind of revelations are gonna start coming out all the time about an article this particular object was creating some kind of a a magnetic anomaly I believe and so they they have they believe it's something very large possibly piece of technology did you see George every other month they came out with the story on that that to what appears to be a very large made in Antarctica and all college things going on also happening in an article you've got all these world leaders going down to Antarctica and also the Patagonia is South America I mean this is a very strange thing why are these people going down to basically the the closest you can get to an article without going to Antarctica is the Patagonia region in South America there a tip at the very bottom tip of South America why are all of these world leaders so interested in this region of the world something very interesting is going on and and I think that I think that beneath the ice in Antarctica there is a thriving civilization I think that there are entities this technology and things have been going on there for a very long time in secret why didn't you just said the key thing why are all these things secrets the giants what's going on and Antarctica why don't they just come out and say Hey this is what we think's happening well because what are they hiding there's numerous there's there's there's there's many different explanations I think that name and then and they can all be perfectly valid but is this I mean there there's a vested interest up by the ruling elite to control the masses not only financially but also in terms of history they in order to control the future you have to control the past this to be effective what George Orwell said sold the control of history people don't realize how tightly controlled the information is that they are allowed to know pertaining to the prehistoric past I mean it is it is it is SO sealed and shot we have discovered all over Europe in this in this in this film that's coming out here probably in April this episode three in our film series we're on the island of Sardinia and you wouldn't believe the things that were that are coming up in Sardinia and the testimony that we're getting from people I mean we're talking thirty forty fifty years ago these individuals were routinely encountering the bones of giants fifteen to twenty feet anywhere from ten to twenty feet tall and the bone there were so many bones that they were massing them in piles and burning them and many of the bones both skeletons in fact we're going into the Catholic churches and disappearing the next day I mean there's all kinds of crazy things going on the confiscation the cover up of not only the bones of giants but I'll be of the advanced technology that existed in the antediluvian age is one of the greatest cover ups on earth we have a saying that the grading the greatest cover up of history are the greatest cover up in history is on the cover up of his a vested interest the control knowledge because that's what it's all about the control of knowledge do you believe that there's a secret space program to him I do I absolutely believe there's a there's a secret space program I believe that we have bases on Mars we believe we have bases on the moon and I believe that we probably been mining and doing all kinds of things for a very long time I mean the moon and Mars a very analogous to Antarctica the deepest reaches of Antarctica the average Joe doesn't have a chance of ever getting there so we only know what we're told again work we only know what were allowed to know about these things so it would be very easy in my mind for the military and other interests to be attitudes have activities going on in space that the public has no idea go far beyond the weaponization of space I'm talking about building basis on Mars building bases on the moon reverse engineering certain kinds of technology I have no doubt that that kind of thing is going on and has been for a very long time it's unbelievable worked at U..

Timothy Alber Reno Steve Quayle researcher
"alber" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

11:22 min | 2 years ago

"alber" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Welcome back what what's researcher Timothy Alber Reno of course she works with Steve Quayle their partners and mysteries all around this planet and we've been talking about giants star gate so we got so many other things to talk about but back to the giants Timothy for a moment some of them obviously did not get wiped out in the flood because of that story with the pilot in Afghanistan who found a dead giant who obviously was the offspring of other giants where are they now yes and and that story actually see broke that story with the pilot on your show yes go absolutely and and we featured him in our last film entitled the unholy see yep SO two in our in our film series and what's really interesting is that that story continues to unfold and we're finding verification of the story and grab a crew of corroborating data that is coming in and data which you you are familiar because your and Ellie marks always film yeah the the let the latest edition of his wives watcher series that's right and that you guys were talking about the canned a harder giant event in which the soldiers discovered this giant in the cave and one of them I think was skewered by the giant and they eventually killed it and well the other day we weren't sure we've been communicating with Ellie more silly and we weren't sure if they were referring to the same event if if there if his guide was referring to the same event as our AC one thirty pilot and the other day Steve got a phone call from our pilot and he was very excited and he told Steve that he had purposely held back with health information from us concerning certain details pertaining to this giant in the whole scenario why because he wanted to be able to verify if other people were coming out and talking about the same event you want to be up to verify whether or not they were telling the truth whether or not they had actually been involved in in this scenario pertaining to this giant and again he called excitedly the other day talk to Stephen said Steve the guy that Ellie more so we had in his film is telling the truth he mentioned to the vet the two very details at our pilot had purposely withheld for the purposes of verification this other gentleman in March release film brought those two details up during the interview which absolutely in in in our pilots mine verified that his story was true which is exactly what police do sometimes Tim in cases where they hold back information from the media for example because they don't want people to know about certain things at the crime scene that's right and that's exactly what what are eighty one thirty pilot did and we had no idea there were some very particular detail he did not tell us or anyone else and again he's in our film his stories in our film and we've got some very exciting things coming up involving us with with Kelly March to solely and both of our sources for this story so this story is not going away this that the the it's very much it's famous now's the camera hard giant story it's not going away it's actually becoming more and more verifiable and that's exciting to us because this is a this was a giant that was killed a back in two thousand five range and it and and it was it was over ten feet tall the thing weighed we know for a fact because our pilot the the eighty one thirty pilot who was sent into Bagram airforce base to pick this thing up he didn't know what he was going to pick up he was told that he had some high value cargo that he had to go and pick up it was confidential he flew in and he was met on the tarmac by what who he described as the baby sitters these military what he what he believed were military intelligence guys who were assigned to stay with that body the body of the dead giant which was partially covered by a tarp and so they waited I mean he had to wait to put her on his airplane they waited and the thing weighed a thousand pounds I mean imagine that he has somehow been pound guy ten to twelve feet tall and this was precisely the data that was coming from LA martial its source and and again the description of the giant and those details that that are a pilot with held and have been have been validated verified by this other individual so we're excited about this because this isn't you know we're not talking about the the ancient past here we're talking about a relatively recent events so if there was one giant in the case of Afghanistan then I have to believe that there are more and not only in the case of Afghanistan before haps all over the world in in different parts of the world and and I believe George that the part of the reason why the giant was discovered a cave in sometimes many times actually you will hear witnesses who have seen giants in contemporary times such as people in the Solomon Islands New Zealand a Sardinia all all over the years even in Peru these giants delivery giants are often is associated with caves with networks of caves and underground tunnels in the back network of of of an underground realm that they seem to be moving through and that's why we don't really count of the much on the surface last week Timothy I had a story that researchers in Antarctica they are talking about some kind of massive object deep under the ice there they don't know what it is they don't know if its remnants of our asteroid they just don't know what it is some people think it's a huge you awful have you done any work in that area that well Steve Steve as you know just finished his his book empire beneath the ice which is a fantastic book for anybody interested in what might be hidden under the ice and then Antarctica and expect as it relates to the **** but we believe and I believe very strongly that under the ice of Antarctica are the most impressive megalithic structures on earth including our mates including all kinds of of agents technology aged technological artifact there literally frozen in time I believe that I think that our government has known about it for a long time we could not be discovered some of it when they went over there created there submarine bases and their other bases under the ice and in Antarctica and so it doesn't surprise me at all that at this point in time were little by little specially with the satellite system that we have around the earth now we can we in I mean you can go right now on Google earth and and and look at high resolution pictures of of the wasteland of an of Antarctica it's it's going to be I think this kind of revelations are gonna start coming out all the time about an hour to cut this particular object was creating some kind of a a magnetic anomaly I believe and so they they have they believe it's something very large possibly piece of technology did you see George the other month they came out with the story on that that the what appears to be a very large made in Antarctica and all college things going on the altar happening in Antarctica you've got all these world leaders going down to Antarctica and also the Patagonia is South America I mean this is a very strange thing why are these people going down to basically the the closest you can get to an article without going to Antarctica is the Patagonia region in South America there a tip at the very bottom tip of South America why are all of these world leaders so interested in this region of the world something very interesting is going on and and I think that I think that beneath the ice in Antarctica there is a thriving civilization I think that there are entities there's technology and things have been going on there for a very long time in secret why didn't you just said the key thing why are all these things secrets the giants what's going on in Antarctica why don't they just come out and say Hey this is what we think's happening well because what are they hiding there's numerous there's there's there's there's many different explanations I think that men and men and they can all be perfectly valid but this I mean there there's a vested interest of by the ruling elite to control the masses not only financially but also in terms of history Hey in order to control the future you have to control the past is to be effective what George Orwell said so the control of history people don't realize how tightly controlled the information is that they are allowed to know pertaining to the prehistoric past I mean it is it is it is SO sealed and shot we have discovered all over Europe in this in this in this up film that's coming out here probably in April that episode three in our film series we're on the island of Sardinia and you wouldn't believe the things that were better coming up in Sardinia and the testimony that we're getting from people I mean we're talking thirty forty fifty years ago these individuals were routinely encountering the bones of giants fifteen to twenty feet anywhere from ten to twenty feet tall and the boat there were so many bones that they were massing them in piles and burning them and many of the bones both skeletons in fact we're going into the Catholic churches and disappearing the next day I mean there's all kinds of crazy things going on the confiscation the cover up I'm not only the bones of giants but I'll be of the advanced technology that existed in the antediluvian age it's one of the greatest cover ups on earth we have a saying that the grading the greatest cover up of history are the great cover up in history if the cover up of his calls a vested interest the control knowledge because that's what it's all about the control of knowledge do you believe that there's a secret space program tell I do I absolutely believe there's a there's a secret space program I believe that we have bases on Mars we believe we have bases on the moon and I believe that we probably been mining and doing all kinds of things for a very long time I mean the moon and Mars the very analogous to Antarctica the deep reaches of Antarctica the average Joe doesn't have a chance of ever getting there so we only know what we're told again we're we only know what were allowed to know about these things so it would be very easy in my mind for the military and other interests to be it'd have activities going on in space that the public has no idea of far beyond the weaponization of space I'm talking about building basis on Mars building bases on the moon reverse engineering certain kinds of technology I have no doubt that that kind of thing is going on and has been for a very long time it's unbelievable worked at U..

Timothy Alber Reno Steve Quayle researcher
"alber" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"alber" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Alber Parnell now get news from your neighborhood he's our technical producer this morning and joins us live hello good morning good morning so this is coming out of the Modesto bee so Modesto CA have a museum showcasing its American graffiti heritage by June long overdue yes they the proposed plan we have the first phase of museum finished by mid June is estimated that two thousand visitors will come a year to view mementos of the cruising a race and culture in Modesto that was inspired by the nineteen seventy nineteen seventy three movie by Modesto native George Lucas yep that's how we started the movie that's where his movie career began with the cruise in on the strip there are so many car clubs in California and I love them all it's it's so much fun to see some of this class in the time that those people's but it's like a love affair I now read the Dallas morning news is reporting this morning not everybody's leaving California apparently okay that's good California the most inbound moves of any U. S. state according to atlas van lines but California also the largest number of out of state moves by the big nation Miley gosh so you try to number you try to make sense of that right crazy meantime I've kind of fascinated about this story about crafters around the world did you know there's an organization called the animal rescue craft guild I didn't know that that exists I didn't either until this morning but there are these the one to do the day net yet the nets they build boxes and apparently people all over the world are now sending these items to Australia to help the animals so I mean they're needing a little little clubs yes or call what they're Kuala millones Wallace that a burn their hand over the campfire yes and that's what they do is right member and they were using those things for the the animals of a recovering from burns at they have little snuggly homes because marsupials they like pouches so they they're building pouches and birds nests and and knitting needles are click on the clock and over the world they're sending them from the U. K. a lot from the United States Hong Kong France Germany I I love it I mean and you could go to the Facebook page actually happen for the animal rescue craft guild and they show some examples of items that you could make if you're so inclined is that what I search on the Google you could well you can search their search on Facebook the animal rescue craft guild okay yep they just let me be a member I'm gonna try to talk to some of these folks okay what I'm not surprised I'm not crafty darn friendly that there alright do you plan on using your frequent flyer miles the share loyalty programs are being re told in the new year is big carriers like United Airlines change up the rules on you what you need to know to make the most of your miles in three minutes.

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#PayUpHollywood Attempting To Change Pay And Working Conditions For Entertainment Industry Assistants

The Frame

06:44 min | 2 years ago

#PayUpHollywood Attempting To Change Pay And Working Conditions For Entertainment Industry Assistants

"Assistance in the entertainment industry are overworked underpaid and and often have to run personal errands for their bosses even after they leave for the day. That's according to a new survey of more than fifteen hundred assistance. It was released this this week by the grassroots movement called pay up Hollywood. The campaign started as a twitter Hashtag back in October and has been gaining momentum since then Katie kilkenny is an associate editor at the Hollywood reporter where she covers labor and she explains how the Hashtag grew out of an episode of script notes. A podcast asked about screenwriting. A assistant wrote in saying you know I think one of the big issues. That's going to be coming forward in the next few decades in Hollywood is that we're gonna I have to talk about the low pay. That assistance are facing in how that is related to rising cost of living in Los Angeles and from near the hosts which cacus Craig Mason. Who are both really powerful writers in Hollywood? Read that note and ask for more people to talk about their stories of being an assistant in Los Angeles they just got an overwhelming matic. Email and a writer named Alber who is on the board at the Writers Guild of America started Hashtag called Hashtag Champ. Hollywood so a couple of days before Thanksgiving script notes facilitated a pay up Hollywood town hall where assistance had a chance to talk about some of the issues. And here's what one woman who didn't provide. Her name had to say about burnout. We almost have like three jobs at once. Like not only. Are we working our day. The job for forty to sixty hours a week and not making enough and then therefore doing work on the side like babysitting driving etc but we also have the work of our own careers. I and I think that is what leads that burnout. Because we're not only expected to have this day job that puts all these things in place for us to move forward and then on top of that we're expected to have like an hour to write a day or or to fund their own short films and make them on the weekends like that is just like impossible. I think impossible's inaccurate word word for what she's describing. What some of the other issues that came up around the Hashtag and around the town hall so I think a big one is the question of access? Hollywood has been talking talking a lot about its diversity issues wanting to get more folks into the pipeline of diverse backgrounds. But what we're looking at. Here's the situation where you have to to be able to afford to be an assistant in the first place to get that first leg up in the industry and so Paige Hollywood has just released a survey of one thousand thousand five hundred fifty one assistance and they found that seventy percent of the people who were surveyed were white and that fifty two percent were receiving financial -sential aid from family and friends to make ends meet as they were assistance in Hollywood. So I think we're seeing that this industry in order to diversify does have to become more accessible or economically manically accessible to folks who aren't coming in with with that aid so that to me was notable as well as the fact that a lot of assistance were also talking thing about this sort of demeaning conditions that were expected of them. Hollywood has pay your dues culture and I think a lot of folks remember at its in difficult conditions when they or assistance and so sort of expect. There is a lot to go through that as well. But in the survey it showed that one hundred and four respondents had an object thrown at them in the workplace. So I think that we're looking at conditions assistance or not only being pretty badly paid but also they are facing conditions that are pretty rough. We're talking with Katie kilkenny at the Hollywood reporter about pay up. Hollywood there are other things that really jumped out to me. One is that almost ninety three percent of those. The people surveyed said they work more than forty hours a week and fifteen percent said they were working more than sixty hours a week and hero's something that was really troubling. Almost almost a quarter said that they had reported an increase in substance abuse. So it sounds like the job is really taking a terrible terrible toll on the people who are in this line of work completely. I mean I think these numbers sort of show something that assistance have been talking to each other about for a long time and so I think for a lot of this is not a surprise but this survey really shines a light on some of these issues and the fact that things need to change and it sounds like some show runners are actually saying this is unsustainable and maybe even immoral absolutely so I talked to a few folks. We'd been vocal on twitter with their support and basically found out talking to them that they were advocating for higher wages on projects that they're currently developing and these are Adam conifer who Folks might know true. TV's Adam Ruins everything. David H Steinberg. who was a CO show runner? Netflix is no good nick. And the writer producer producer Creator Ayelet Waldman who was an executive producer on Netflix. Unbelievable Waldman in particular told me that she was trying to get her assistance twenty dollars an hour plus benefits and hover was saying that he was trying to just various aspects of the job to make it more. Tenable you said in your story Lori that you had reached out to the major studios and talent agencies for comment and let's just say they weren't flooding the phone lines calling back. have any of them. Had anything anything to say. One Agency is doing something and they didn't provide comment for the story. But you know I heard via sources that for which is the talent agency that represents spoke John August who helped movement as well as Liz Alpert who coined. The HASHTAG has conducted in anonymous pace survey of their assistance. And and I will also be receiving and looking at the results of the pay up Hollywood survey and I imagine that in weeks to come others will speak up more but for now they our remaining mum and even if the hours are horrible. The working conditions aren't great. A lot of people want these jobs right because it's so hard hard to get into the business and this is one possible path for people who want to become creative people in Hollywood definitely. They're extremely competitive jobs and often a line that is used with assistance to speak up about work. Conditions is that you know there were thousands. That will take place but it's gotten to the point where the wages are the same as they were twenty years ago in some cases That's what we're hearing from. These stories while the cost of living in Los Angeles has skyrocketed. And so these assistance missiles argument is that the situation is untenable at the slain. Katie Kilkenny is an associate editor at the Hollywood reporter. Katie thanks so much for coming on the show as much for having me

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Do you think video games lead to violence in society?

One Life Radio Podcast

05:44 min | 3 years ago

Do you think video games lead to violence in society?

"Today. We're talking about the video games and violence. Okay are violent video games a problem for our kids. These days still on. I think violent video games are problem in general not not just for our children before adults. I think that if you want to say that anytime we're exposing someone to violence that can make them a little more aggressive than that's true but are we're going to say that violent video games are the reason that you're seeing some of the things that we're seeing society with these shootings than i think that's an argument that you know there's different sides of the fence where the bandera did a study alber bandera scientists who did a study back in nineteen thousand nine hundred sixty one were. It's called the bobo doll experiment where the bobo doll experiment okay and so it was looking at observational learning social learning theory where essentially if you watch children watch parents become aggressive then what happens they'll they'll repeat those behaviors so we know that once kids witnessed certain aggressive things that they're more likely to repeat those behaviors immediately after after watching it but is it to say that over time those aggressive behaviors will stick with them. Research doesn't support that wow that's very interesting <hes> so you know you so you talked about <hes> violence and and you know what you surround yourself with it brings me back to how we opened the show our spiritual daily by ana v mendoza which was does can you say it again for us yeah so it was just to be mindful of your ingesting mind body and soul because it's it's really important net really impacts the way you think your lifestyle your quality of life. Every hamlet affects you on every level. So if you're ingesting a lot of violence you will become violent highland. Don't you think it's it depends right because if we're saying that if i'm if i'm in a violent home in which i'm watching my mother and my father fought a lot arm in in a violent community than in those situations i may be combined because i feel like i need to be violent in order to survive so now we're talking about. Survival opposed to me watching violent movies. These are playing violin video games a lot of times. There's a separation where kids can understand that. Hey this is video game. A lot of times with video games are viewing. Those is simply outlets. That's an outlet for me. Take out my frustration. Nowadays keys are not outside playing football and baseball they used to they're going inside so now what happens they're getting on the game and they're yelling screaming at the game so now they can go to school and they can function so for us to kind of look at it where any bilingual that that we're exposed to can cause us. I think there are certain situations where we're we're more likely to be violent if we're exposed to certain things than others and i think in home in environmental violence is definitely more bay predicted than video games. Well you know that makes me think of one. One of my favorite books suffered the children by maryland wedge which was renamed <hes> pills or not for preschoolers. This is a very old edition but says when i'm doing therapy i'm thinking of two levels of meaning all all the time of a child is angry and explosive. I immediately out asked myself who else in <hes> in his family. She's speaking of little boy who else in his family might be angry. Explosive explosive even though the other family member may express those feelings in a different fashion and says we saw this with joey who's outward anger reflected his father's inner rage about his job while that's think about that so a you see a kid on the playground and he whether he's cussing up a storm or he's he's doing inappropriate things. You're always wondering hey what is this kid witnessing at home right what's going on and sometimes you have their witness at home but there's other times where maybe they're picking up on those behaviors and other other places but i think even more importantly is you sit down and you act kid. Hey what's going on. Why do you think this is okay the ability to want to correct behavior. I think sometimes we're quick to go behind closed doors and say it start judging instead of asking the question like hey are you okay. Why do you think that's appropriate or hey let me talk with your parents about what's going on because again. If there's a behavior behavior that we noticed what the child is problematic. Why not try to correct it but let's try to correct it in an appropriate way. Do you feel that there is a correlation between all the school shootings and all the violence is that we have in our world now <hes> and and video games the increasing <hes> i mean so many kids have these in their hands and adults to as you said case you talked about at the beginning beginning <hes> when we first started talking about this that adults to that should be aware of the violence that they're ingesting okay so there is is there a correlation. I believe yes there is a correlation elation but correlation doesn't necessarily mean that that's the call so again. There's only twenty percent of kids who <hes> twenty percent of the kids who engaged in these mass shootings means <hes> play video games right. That's a very small number and then when we look at the las vegas shooting. That was a sixty three year old man so a lot of times. If we're looking for something something to blame we will we will find something to blame. Instead of looking at a person is more likely to commit violence due to substance abuse the anything and then here we go. We're talking about school. Shootings a lot of times in this thing. That kinda bothers me. We see in the media. There's a lot of discussion about hey. That's mental health mental health so what that means is for the person who is out there suffering suffer winning and depression there now fearful to go talk to them in a health professional because the fear is hey. They're gonna put me in that group. If i tell them i have mental health they're going to think i am more likely likely to be a mass shooter and i think the narrative is giving is is creating the problem with the stigma set of helping the people that committed the crimes of the school shootings weren't most of them on <hes> pharmaceuticals as well. Well i five percentage or even. I'm thinking they might even be like every one of them. It could have been but is it prescription prescription or is it more so when you have kids nowadays who are engaging in recreational drug use as far as like prescription drugs and things of that nature that are given to their parents or their grandparents not surly them so again. Substance abuse doesn't increase violence yeah

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Dunkumentary: the first dunk in women's college history

30 For 30 Podcasts

05:29 min | 3 years ago

Dunkumentary: the first dunk in women's college history

"Of perhaps the first women's dunk in college basketball history. It is also a bit of a mystery caper as well, I'll say that there is lots of controversy and lots we don't know about who the first woman to dunk is certainly Cheryl Miller is in the conversation. There is reporting that she did. So in high school. Cool. But this is about a college dunk about someone far less famous than Cheryl Miller and about something that was caught and lost on tape. Kate feagin, one of our favorite reporters tells the story. And again, if you like this one, you can check out the whole donkey memory series at ESPN dot com slash documentaries. Let's get to Kate story. This one is called missing milestone. It was two thousand nine in a sports reporter named read Albert Godley was researching a story for the Wall Street Journal. This is read talking to sportscenter that year, and the theme was that women's college basketball going above the Ren. And of course, he can write that without, you know, Google searching the first woman to slam dunk. He learned that the first dunk can happen twenty-five years earlier. I notice, you know, researching it in fact checking that there just wasn't that much information about it. And then it was sort of shaky and you'd read, you know, one story, and it would have won facts. And then a contradicting factor and other story read decided to find out what he could from someone who'd actually seem the dunk and I ended up talking to kitty blakemore kitty blakemore former coach at West Virginia university. It was a player on kitty squad who threw down that first dunk in a game. And I kind of asked her, you know, kiddie lake WI fi. Is it so shaky like aren't there no photos of this thing? And she said, well, there was this video. And I said great where where's that? Can. We get a hold of inch said, well, I tried to get the tape. And that's a whole nother story. Do you want to hear that? Kagin and MRs documentaries of podcast miniseries from PS PIN at celebrates the dunk in all its glory. This episode is the story of an early milestone in women's basketball in how it was lost to history. We'll get back to read Alber Gotti, the reporter in a few minutes. But our story of the first in the missing tape actually starts in nineteen Eighty-three. Coach blakemore was building her women's basketball team, the mountaineers at West Virginia university, a friend tipped her off to a tall teenager from Ohio who she might want to recruit. Her name, georgeanne wells. I kind of was like course to playing basketball because my height and being probably at in fifth grade six feet, maybe that was pretty tall by senior year of high school georgeanne was six foot six and still growing. In fact, she was about a head taller than most of the other players on the court and West Virginia wanted a really tall player in the back of coach blakemore is mine was the idea that maybe her little team could make history they can have the first female player to ever dunk blakemore successfully recruited georgeanne, she'd never dunked in high school the blakemore new the coaching staff could train her slam dunk, slam dunk slam done after a while. I mean, you're slammed up you're not used to doing that. I it can wear and tear almost like blisters on your hands with all this hard work and practice that I was doing better happen soon. Practice was no problem. But games were different. Every time. She tried to dunk in the game. They would grab hold over shorts or. Hold of her. So she couldn't dunk. Let's the back for minute and understand why at this point in women's basketball. No one had ever dunked. First of all the WNBA didn't exist yet and wouldn't for almost another fifteen years, but even college ball which had been around for a while. It was still developing. In fact, this was a critical moment because title nine had passed about a decade earlier so title nine states that any educational institution that receives federal funding is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of sex. This is Cheryl cookie in associate professor of American studies at Purdue in practice the new title nine law requires public schools have proportional funding athletics. So for example, if you've sixty percent girls in your school girls, receive sixty percent of funding as a result girl started playing more sports after the law passed when you have more girls more women playing sport and more access. There's an increased talent pool and the level of of competition is raised as a result. I think it also. So shifted the cultural expectations around what girls and women were capable of. Jan was part of that very first generation of girls witting creased access to playing sports. It was a moment. When women's basketball was developing and growing away at hadn't previously enjoyed gen she played her own small part and pushing the game forward. In her sophomore year with the D one mountaineers her squad traveled Elkins West Virginia there they played the university of Charleston golden eagles a detour team.

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"alber" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"alber" Discussed on KCRW

"This is NPR and from KCRW, I'm Cheri Glazer with state and local headlines the first of three consecutive storms is rolling into southern California. And that's raising concerns about potential flooding. Mandatory evacuation orders have been issued for some neighborhoods in around the holy fire. Burn area, including Glen, Eden, Alber hill and parts of Glen Ivy and a flash flood watches in effect for all the recent burn areas till three this afternoon. National weather service meteorologist, Kylie dilemma. Says today storm could pack a significant punch. There's definitely come back to say could bring heavy downpours that could potentially trigger some mudslides or rock sites. We should get a break from the rain during the day tomorrow. Another storm is expected rolling tomorrow night and hang around through Saturday. And yet a third is on tap for Sunday and Monday delerme as says, the three weather systems will give the area good soaking add to five inches for total through Monday, especially over the mountain areas. The storm that's coming. Tomorrow is expected to be the strongest of the three it'll be accompanied by windy conditions, including gusts of more than sixty five miles an hour in the mountains as well as snow in higher elevations. Speaking of California water officials are heading into the mountains today to measure, California snowpack winter snow provides drinking water for much the status and melts in the spring and summer and flows into reservoirs. The.

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"alber" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"alber" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Hate for somebody come over here. Right. My daughter murderer, mama. And then go back over there. And I get colds. Yeah. I'll thank the wall is out there. In fact, there's strong evidence that immigrants and undocumented workers are less likely to commit violent crimes, then US citizens. These communities are about as far from the Mexican border as you can get in the continental US Canadian border is just up the road so people here don't have much actual experience with undocumented migrants. The Trump voters I talked to accept his claim that people coming from central and South America. Pose a serious danger. I've got cranked grandchildren and great grandchildren now, and I fear for what's coming down the road. Marines portrayed is a farmer in canton, New York. He's furious at Democrats for blocking Trump's demand for five point seven billion dollars for the wall. Here's Alber TRAN describes Trump's opponents in congress. These smart asses with college degrees. If the president feels like he needs to shut the government down again. To twist their arms are you forward or do you think that's a bad idea? Absolutely. You know, it's like a kid that doesn't listen. He's got a hurt before he understands. So if the country's got hurt a little bit, and it's a small price to pay. Yup. Voters like these are in the minority in the US as a whole survey show. Most Americans hated the partial government shutdown and the majority blamed President Trump, and even some Trump supporters say they're not sure he played this fight the right way, the border wall. I mean, yeah, I wanna be protected. You know, just like everybody.

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Bax, Terence Crawford and Andrew Putnam discussed on CBS Sports Radio

CBS Sports Radio

02:14 min | 4 years ago

Bax, Terence Crawford and Andrew Putnam discussed on CBS Sports Radio

"Sports play thank you huge we start baseball the angels continue to roll the halos going for their sixth straight win they visited the twins albert skies went to deep left beal this was way out there all deals alber bulls connects per solo home run and gives the angels a to nothing lead here in the sixth inning that's victor row house angels radio network in kinzler also homer the angels go on for the two one win their sticks than row the blue jays won three straight after a four three walk off win in ten innings over the orioles the tigers also walked off on the indians for two and twelve thank the jamar candle our ios two run homer jd martinez belted his leagueleading twentyfirst homer the red sox doubled up the white sox four to raise got by the mariners seven three the royals blanked the as to zip astros four rangers three and al bryce harper his nineteenth homer the nationals defeated the giants seven five the padres edge of the marlins five four cardinals six reds four the cubs blanked the pirates to zip behind seven scoreless innings once again from john lester is good right now it's not like we've reinvented any wheel or try anything new just feel like i'm for the most part executing pitches and when they do you know hit the ball hard it's right so at the same time i feel like like i said i feel like i'm executing pretty well lester as tossed fifteen straight scoreless innings the brewers power past the phillies twelve three g man show a pinch hit grand slam the bax took out the rockies twelve seven braves five dodgers three and for the second time in four years we have a triple crown winner and horse racing justify wins the one hundred fiftieth running of the belmont stakes going nearly wiretowire for the victory trainer bob baffert also one with american pharaoh back in two thousand fifteen overall is the thirteenth triple crown winner in history gronkowski finished second hoff berg third tennis numberone seats motor halla beat american sloan stevens in three sets to win the french open on the men's side it'll be number one rafael nadal against dominic theme for the men's title golf three rounds complete at the st jude classic dustin johnson andrew putnam tied atop the leaderboard at fifteen under boxing terence crawford be jeff horn by.

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