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"amy tree" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:21 min | 2 months ago

"amy tree" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Com But I will name the ones in the Tri County. I will name the people who went on the record, pledging to teach critical race theory in our schools. We will start with Broward. Matthew Gross of Coral Springs pledged to teach critical race theory even if it meant breaking the law. Matthew Gross. M. R. Russo. Pompano Beach. Sign that pledge. Staying in Pompano Beach. Maria Nikiforos. But to teach critical race theory. Dania Beach. Cecilia Campbell. Made the pledge. And in Hollywood, Christopher Perez. Oh, Pledged to teach critical race theory. In Miami Dade. Dr Julie Hood. In Miami made that pledge. Also in Miami, Loralee Rampy. Pledge to teach critical race theory. In Miami Beach, Thomas Fiori. Signed the pledge. And in Homestead, Maria Torrez. To teach critical race theory. In Palm Beach County. Starting in West Palm Beach, Eric Bullet. Pledge to teach critical race theory. In North Palm Beach. Marie Coal. Took the pledge. Back to West Palm Beach. Amy Tree your Budget teach critical race theory and in Jupiter, Jason Mata. Now the reason that Have name names. The reason that I have done this Is for you. For you. If you go. Holy cow. I know that name. I know that teacher. To be aware. And I think you can start by pointing out. Two. The schools themselves. These educators Have signed a pledge stating they will break for his law. And teach critical race theory. So if you're going to serve somewhere Pretty good.

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"amy tree" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

06:41 min | 1 year ago

"amy tree" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"Face. Just you? Why didn't I go into an honest business? That's a little the look grams face. Goes after Oh, the coke money remember Harry Reid with the COQ money. A you know coke is the coke brothers were I, think the tenth largest donor in politics there were number ten in the list of the richest donors in politics that the top nine we're donating to Barack. Obama. So it this whole idea of the Colo the dark money of the coke brothers and all this Ted Cruz. Thankfully. was there and just unloaded on White House who of course is flooded with money dark money just means that it it means that they are not required to disclose their donors. They were under certain regulations where they don't have to disclose their donors and crews pointed out that White House is flooded with that kind of money cut nineteen the senator from Rhode Island talked about a big corporate powers. Without acknowledging the contributions from the Fortune Five, hundred in this presidential election overwhelmingly favor Joe Biden and the Democrats. So all of the great umbrage about. The corporate interests are spending dark money. Is Wildly in conflict. With the actual facts that the corporate interests that are spending dark money funding Democrats this this is key because I talked to Democrats I talked to liberals all the time and they're always going to the dark money and they did it after the Hillary Clinton trump election when Clinton was spending twice as much money as trump was it is just amazing. So Ted Cruz won the exchange but White House one, the stupidest Senator Award, and it really was a competition so very tight. So I have to give my congratulations to Senator Whitehouse from Rhode Island what is what's going on here? Okay. Because a lot of people were watching this. And thinking it's so stupid. It's so ugly it's so nasty and low. What are they doing and what they're doing is they're not attacking her they're not attacking her religion they're not attacking her children. The election is simply too close for them to cavanaugh her they can't cavenaugh her. So what they're doing is they're trying to frighten people about what she might do, and of course, the press is picking this up and she's she has been great. She's actually my my son Spencer clave no relation is He is actually framed the mean call your call calling into the Sleigh Queen. I've been going to slay me Barrett, but she's This lake we he's very, very proud. This is now a mean I. Mean I'm proud of him because like he has a PhD and has this wonderful podcast young heretics. He's proud because he spreading meeting but she was slain them. She's just she's just trying to explain to them. This is actually very telling. She's trying to explain to what originalism is what it means to interpret the law as it was written as it was intended at the time it doesn't mean you don't apply at the things that didn't happen at the time like. The fact that we now have twitter and we have to Scott discuss free speech in terms of twitter in terms of facebook, which we will in a few minutes she's just saying that you have to create you have to read the law as it's written. This is cut six wishy. She talks about does not want politics for opinions or feelings don't matter because they're not going to affect her judgment of what the law says is cut six heart of the rationale for courts it here into the rule of law and for judges taking great. Care to avoid imposing their policy preferences is that it's inconsistent with democracy nobody wants to live in accord with the law of amy tree. My children don't even WanNa do that. So I can't as a judge get up on the bench and say you're GonNa live by my policy preferences because I have life tenure and you can't kick me out if you don't like them, she's she doesn't want to turn the court into a legislature. She wants the court to be a court, which means is written law she interprets the written law to read. As close as she can figure it out tablets written it's not the law of amy. It's the law passed by the people who theoretically are responsible to our vote. Now, just want to show you how this translates. Right. You put words into the Democrat medium machine and then outcomes nonsense. You know you put truth into the Democrat media machine outcomes lies. It's really it's really a wonderful process. We now turn to CNN where they're cracked legal expert crack legal expert I can't remember Jeffrey Toobin is asked by Alison Cammarata to explain Amy Kuney Barrett's. Opening statement about her originalism so Alison cammarata reads the statement and then to crack legal expert explains it to us the policy decisions and value judgments of government must be made by the political branches elected by and accountable to the people. The public should not expect courts to do so and courts should not try when you parse that is that spelled doom for the affordable care act? Well, I think more specifically it spells doom for Roe v Wade because it really suggests that. Issues like abortion like gay rights should be decided by the political branches of governments. The ones directly accountable to the people It is the code there is don't expect the courts to enforce rights. If there are rights to be enforced, it should be the political branches of government to do it. So it's really more about social issues than about the affordable care act in particular. So when she says, he's not GONNA to use. The court make legislation that's code for she's not GonNa, use the court to make legislation these rights to an abortion rights to gay marriage. They're not in the Constitution the court made them up the court made them up basically said, they made them up I say you always in the it's in the shadow of the emanation of the number of the what you know. They basically say this now the court is supposed to support the. The court is not supposed to maintain the rights it made up and what Amy Coney Barrett is saying no court just interpret the law that doesn't mean she's going to overturn Roe v Wade I. Don't think actually think that's going to happen though I think it should happen. It doesn't mean she's going to do that and it certainly doesn't mean overall. I think is the one that's so recent and so bad it's such a bad decision. makes absolutely no constitutional sense whatsoever. that. That's the one that that might be overturned, but at the same time so many people now got married. So many gay people now got married. It's very hard thing for the court to do and they usually don't do things that actually throw everything into chaos. So let's just hear one more time from amy. So at least we had some common sense on the show just talking about the fact that is not her job. It's job to interpret the constitution outage up.

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"amy tree" Discussed on 5 Things

5 Things

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"amy tree" Discussed on 5 Things

"Listeners that's at USA Today podcast on twitter now onto the show. It was another day of Coney Barrett's second court confirmation hearing on Tuesday and the judge again said her work is about the law not her personal views. It's your job to pass the statutes. It's your job to choose policy, and then it's my job to interpret those laws and apply them to fax of particular cases and they don't always lead me to results that I would reach if I were. Queen of the world and I could say you win you lose or this is how I want it to be because I just don't have the power by Fiat to impose my policy preferences or choose the result. I prefer that's just not my role I've got to go with what you guys have chosen. While I, think part of the rationale for courts adhering to the rule of law and for judges taking great care to avoid imposing their policy preferences that it's inconsistent with democracy nobody wants to live in accord with the live amy tree my children don't even want to do that. So I can't as a judge, get up on the bench and say you're GonNa live by my policy preferences because I have life tenure and you can't kick me out if you don't like them but many of Barrett's personal beliefs have been put on display like these answers to questions from Republican Senator Lindsey Graham when it comes to. Your personal views about this topic, Dion Gun. do own a gun. Okay. All right. Do. You think you could fairly decide a case even though you own a gun. Yes. All right. You're Catholic. Think we've established that. The tenets of your faith mean a lot to you personally is that correct? That is true. You've chosen to raise your FA- family in the Catholic faith is that correct? Can you set aside whatever? Catholic. Regarding any issue before you? Can I have done that in my time on the seventh circuit by stay on the seventh circuit continue to do that. If I'm confirmed to the Supreme Court, I will do that still. How's it feel to be nominated for the supreme core the United States. Well Senator I've tried to be on a media blackout for the sake of my mental health, but you can't keep yourself walled off from everything and I'm aware of the lot of caricatures that are floating around. So I think what I would like to say in response to that question is that Look, I've made distinct choices I've decided to pursue a career and have a large family. I have a multiracial family. Our faith is important to us. All of those things are true but they are my choices. And in my personal. With people I have a life brimming with people who've made different choices and I've never tried and my personal life to impose my choices on them and the same is true. Professionally. Democrats continued to press Barrett on a number of issues including abortion Senator Amy Klobuchar asked if Roe v Wade is a super precedent that can't be overruled I'll make it easier is row a super precedent. Way that it's used in the scholarship and the way that I was using it, and the article that you're reading from was to define cases that are so well settled that no political actors and no people seriously pushed further overruling and I'm answering questions about row, which I think indicates that wrote doesn't fall in that category and scholars across the spectrum say that doesn't mean that rose should be overruled but descriptively, it does mean that it's not a case that everyone has accepted and doesn't call for its overruling on Wednesday. Each senator will be given at least twenty minutes to.

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"amy tree" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"amy tree" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"Don't have the power by Fiat to impose my policy preferences or choose the result I prefer. Role I've gotta go with what you guys have chosen. Why in the world would the American people? Surrender their right. To govern themselves. Their elected representatives and through the constitution to nine people who don't even run for election and who served for life. Why? Should the American people do that? Well I think part of the rash now for courts `ring to the rule of law and for judges taking great care to avoid imposing their policy preferences is that it's inconsistent with democracy. Nobody wants to live in accord with the law of Amy Tree my children don't even WanNa do that. As a judge, get up on the bench and say, you're GonNa live by my policy preferences because I. Have Life Tenure and you can't kick me out if you don't like them. We'll thankfully. Under the constitution even if the Supreme Court strikes down a statute congress can come back and revisit that topic. And do so in a way that doesn't violate the Constitution as determined by the court and ultimately it doesn't happen very often in our history but ultimately, we can amend the constitution itself correct at s cracked. So the. The basis of legitimacy of governmental power is consent of the governed. Do you agree with that? I do agree with that? Not what nine people in black robes. The high nine on the Potomac I think there's sometimes called. The decisions they make? Those are that's not the final word in our form of government. Government of laws not of men. George Barrett, I'm almost through, but I can't pass up the opportunity to ask you a question about the establishment clause. Did with justice cabin on justice gorsuch is well. It's more out of my frustration. One of the couple of times I had a chance attorney general of Texas to argue before the supreme. Court our in a case called Santa Fe independent school district versus dough. This was about. Commonplace practice where the forest football games in Texas students would volunteer. Offer A. Invocation or an inspirational a poem or saying or something like that the. L. U.. Sued the school district and obviously it made its way all the way all the way to the Supreme Court. And I'm not GonNa ask you your opinion. On the outcome of the case. But what troubles me the most what troubles me the most about that experience is when the Supreme Court struck down. Or held that practice unconstitutional and in violation of the establishment clause. Chief Justice Rehnquist..

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"amy tree" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"amy tree" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Can people do that? Well, I think part of the rationale for courts adhering to the rule of law and four judges. Taking great care to avoid imposing their policy preferences is that it's inconsistent with democracy. Nobody wants to live in accord with the laws of Amy Tree. My Children don't even want to do that. So I can't as a judge, get up on the bench and say you're gonna live by my policy preferences because I have life tenure and you can't kick me out if you don't like them. Well, thankfully. Under the constitution, even if the Supreme Court Strikes down a statute, Congress can come back and revisit that topic. And do so in a way that doesn't violate the Constitution as determined by the court, and ultimately, it doesn't happen very often in our history, but ultimately we can amend the Constitution itself. Correct. That is fret so The basis of legitimacy of governmental power is consent of the governed. Do you agree with that? I do agree with that. Not what nine people in black robes. Oh, hi. Nine on the Potomac. I think they're sometimes called Decisions they make those That's not the final word in our form of government, correct a Allah a government of laws, not men. Judge Baird. I'm almost through, but I can't pass up the opportunity to ask you a question about the establishment clause. I did with just cabin on justice Gorsuch as well. It's born out of my frustration. One of the couple of times I had a chance is attorney general of Texas to argue before the Supreme Court. Our case called Santa Fe. Independent school district vs dough This is about Commonplace practice where the force Football games in Texas students would volunteer to offer a In vocation or an inspirational A poem or saying or something like that. The L U Top sued the school district and obviously made its way all the way all the way to the Supreme Court. Um and I'm not going to ask you your opinion. On the outcome of the case. But what troubles me the most? What? Troubled me the most about that experiences when the Supreme Court struck down Or held that practise unconstitutional and in violation of the establishment clause. Chief Justice, Rehnquist said the constitution requires neutrality. Toward religion, but the courts approach Speaks of hostility toward religion. Could you just talk a little bit about the establishment clause generally with not in regard to any particular set of facts, but sort of what? What the courts over time have tried to do, too. Teo. To enforce the mandate of the Constitution. Well, Senator Cornyn when I interviewed for my job with Justice Scalia He asked What area of the court's precedent that I thought, you know, needed to be better organized or that sort of thing and Off the cuff. I said, Well, gosh, the First Amendment And he said, Well, what do you mean? And I fell down a rabbit hole of trying to explain without success because it is a very complicated area of the law. How one might see one's way through the thicket of balancing the establishment clause against the free exercise closets, a notoriously different, difficult area of the law. And to the extent that you know, there is tension in the courts cases on giving you no better an answer. I assure you that I did to Justice Scalia that day. It's been something that the court has struggled with for decades to try to come to a sensible way to apply both of those clauses. Well, I wish you well, Thank you, Senator. Chairman. I'm going to reserve the rest of my time Cornet for planning purposes If it's okay with committee will have Senator Durbin Senator Lee will break up about a half hour for lunch and collapse in the White House. Is it, okay? Are you okay with that? Deanie break? That's fine, Okay? Thank you, Ms Chairman and thank you. Judge Bird and your family for Senate Democratic with Dick Durbin of Illinois, now beginning his questioning Judge Amy Cockney Barrett at Senate Judiciary Confirmation hearings for Amy Cockney Bharat to be nominated. Choose a Supreme Court live coverage of the hearing on Bloomberg Radio. Thatyou might violate your oath. Where could this idea have come from? Could it have come from the White House could have come from the president's tweets of what he expects a Supreme Court nominee to do politically for him. That's where it comes from. That's where it originated. And you've said very clearly today without equivocation. You are not going to be influenced by President Trump's importuning or the imp returning of this committee or anyone else, which is what we expect you to say. This notion that this whole idea of your being used for political purposes is a democratic creation. Read the tweets and you have plenty to work with. Read the tweets. The second thing I would like to say is I'm going to spend a lot of time defending the affordable care act, although I think it's the most important single vote cast as a member of Congress period. But I will say that when the chairman opened up on it and said what he did I was puzzled. Three states get 35% of the money. How can that possibly be true? Well, it turns out because those states decided to extend Medicaid coverage to the people who lived in the states and his did not. And as a consequence, fewer people in South Carolina have the protection of health insurance. And those that do are paying for their services. And those that don't or not, which imperils hospitals and others in the process. So I would say there is an explanation, mister. Why Some states are spending more and incidentally, there was a Republican governor of your state. Indiana by the name of Mike Pence decided to break with other Republican governors. Extend Medicaid coverage under the Affordable Care Act, I think was right thing to do for Indiana as it was for Illinois, but that's part of the reason Let me just say that the affordable care really is at the heart of this is you can tell on the Democratic side. We really believe the Supreme Court's consideration that case. Is going could literally change America for millions of people I have with me today. Another group, I'd like you to at least be aware of because they're pretty amazing people. But, um This is the Williams family live in Naperville. Not too far from Chicago, Cathy unless Williams have four sons from left to right that Joey Tommy and Mikey Man who's 27 was diagnosed with Type one diabetes when.

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"amy tree" Discussed on Hollyweird Paranormal

Hollyweird Paranormal

11:03 min | 1 year ago

"amy tree" Discussed on Hollyweird Paranormal

"Well to the point where he lives in ten years have won. I barely could stand and when she had to make that tough decision to put him down. You know it was. It was a tough two years for her to process but she said you know Tammy I have a story for you About Mickey and has no way. She's like yeah maybe uses for your product so a year after losing Mekki Initi- moves to Chicago. She said he knows the first week of me waking up my bad my new apartment and then she's like I want to tell you what it always do. When he was alive he the first thing he would do wake up with me and Fart? He had rely on the most horrible rancid farts. And she said Tammy I woke up and I smelt this rancid sent in the air and it was at first I was like did I take no as she was like. I remember this set. She's like it's Mickey She's like you fucking asshole out of all the things as you can. Do you decide a love it too far. So what was I knew. It was him and it was like I. You know he came with. He's with me in Chicago like it just shows that you know he was just there to tell me that he's okay and that he's with me but what a way to fucking tell me and then she said later on that we leader on that week she was coming home late from work and She says she was coming into her. Apartment is pretty late and you know. She was walking in her living room dark. Turn on the light. She heard what sounded like little dog tags Jingling Damn and she just knew. She's like Mickey. Is that you. And then she turned on the light and there's nothing around but she was like that with him still letting me know that he miss he was there. That's crazy. Yeah and she had showed me the little tattoo opin that she got on his arm and yeah she you. No that was her story of Mickey. And and you know Ballast Justitia. Great counter for Jill story just really show that our loved ones are always there and they're always watching us. That's very sweet like Jill. That last is very sweet. Your loved ones and those that you love like they really are always with you and I don't really handle things and in very well like I always link I find it like I have. I feel like I have so much love in my life right now which is not always necessarily been the case ace in many ways it has been but this is like the most supported in loved. I felt in a very long time. And it's just like one of those things like people come in and out of your life and it's just such a shitty feeling knowing that things have to end and But they kind of don't either after doing this podcast. I've really been researching death lake. Just having a good understanding like even like Zachariah either at which side cycle you know. It's it's a part of life and you know learning Abou- how does and honor them like those are things that I've seen cocoa like you know. I'm half Honduran that in Central America you know we go and clean the graves of our loved ones. We hang out with them. We bring flowers we bring you know whiskey cigar food every day. Am and we honor them. And that's that's something that helps with the process knowing nine. Okay that you know. They're always remembered and stuff also. This sounds really callous and I always say it with like you know I try and be careful when I say because I don't want people to think I'm like disrespecting their loss or whatever but honestly all if you have recently lost a pet get another one. Yeah it's really tough. It's really tough. They told my husband. I'm like if MIA passes I'm adopting even. I'm adopting senior dogs outs. And that's the thing that you think that it will feel a maybe this is just been my experience so if this isn't true for you obviously like we all have to find her own patents. But I have found that it doesn't feel like you're forgetting or loving your first dog less. It just helps you focus. Focus that grief into love that that dog will love you back. Ads Saying why we got our dog. I think we've talked about this. Are often energy was such a sal against like the sort of chaos in our lives at that time and even like our house our apartment. I'm at the time I just felt like a crypt and it was like you would come in and we were just so like he set your loving dog. He really like brought whenever I drop off at his house. I know it is dead dead dead. We literally cannot keep that front window clean because they just put their dirty little pause on his aim here with dislike store store this one wipe it the next forty five seconds. Yeah Yeah Yeah. That's what I told Charlie like I give me the ones that have been in shelters for such a long time. I have so much love in my heart for animals. Like that's what I'm GonNa do is just process that into love and they will give it back in. I don't know again I'm not trying to toby. WanNa live their lives but it has been my experience that if you if you lose a dog yet another one it really like I. It helps the other other dot our cat totally any dockers Diana cat person. There's ton of cats out there now tarantulas. But anything in this one. I'm GonNa have you read. I forgot we had this one. When hauled some things and it's you know in relation to what we just talked about? It was a really sweet story. But it's just goes to show you how people come back and just you know they have certain messages they wanna tell us you know This is called some some things Do we know who the spy gate. Okay no name just little miss something I love it. I make sure everyone gets their high. Yeah Police on during noted thank you listeners. I will take that into consideration so my life has been pretty blessed. I grew up with both of grandparents and even my great grandmother all alive and well. My Mom's mom and dad would write family newsletters cute or simple messages and sign them off with one four. Three one I four love three U. Q.. My Mom's mom was also an avid gardener. Her favorite flower she Grew was the purple Iris. February of two thousand seven. My Grandmother was taken to the hospital. After years of battling ovarian cancer she steadily drifted into unconsciousness consciousness. While there my sister my mother and my aunts and my grandfather and I kept round the clock vigil near her. Oh my aunt is very much into sewing and quilting and while we were in the hospital she had had a bag of fabrics with her. Even though my grandmother was unable to respond my aunt was speaking to her about things to do when she would go out and was feeling better she he was describing the silk material. My cousin had sent her. That had peacocks all over it. Ultimately though my grandmother wasn't getting better and she would not be coming home again who we were informed by the hospital care worker. There was nothing more that could be done but to make her as comfortable as possible. Her hospice stay was then set up. A couple of God hospices like such a gift and then a couple of paramedic transport workers came in to help her be moved to the hospice. I don't remember the name of the man but the woman's name Badge Red Peacocks Patricia Cox. We spent the next several days in hospice. All huddled together around her on February seventh Vince. She passed away her memorial services on Valentine's Day several years later July twenty ten. A storm came through a night. My parents home had damages. A huge huge tree fell. The tree went down in such a way that not much was impacted. Had it fallen any other way it would have come through the roof and or severely hurt or killed. My parents got surveying amy tree area. My mother happened upon a single purple iris in full bloom. Lino skip to twenty sixteen. My father's mother's health is is now also declining. Due to location my parents became the go-to helpers for her and my grandfather. My grandmother had Alzheimer's and was placed in a care facility. My mother was also able to assist and help her move and she would frequently be with her. My Grandmother was staying in room one. Clean it looking take. My Grandmother was staying in room. One four three hundred and she would pass away directly outside her room. Was a painting. Want a thinker necessities. The senior spirits reminded that they are still with us. As you fairly sweet. I'm handling this fine Emotionally okay no the answer is no my husband. It's my husband and I are binge listening from the beginning. That's as I mentioned. In our previous messages passages one thing I wanted to mention was my changing sensitivities who fund so story. For many years I could focus on almost con- I could focus on almost any the person and see not auras but shapes things or people behind or beside and somehow tell people things I had no idea about beforehand things about people and beans attached to them never anything really feeling but knowing however in recent years I have reached an area depression that I felt needed to get medical help combatting yes grow broke it that help love that. I love people get help. You know it's it's an talk about love it yes my sensitivities change and pretty much went away then. Dan Do elaborate insurance then. Due to a loss of insurance I got off medication. I didn't regain my previous abilities. I've always had an interest the paranormal. So I've always sort of been connected to weird stub my best friend no longer. I'll call her. Lucy lost her uncle few summers ago when he died he wasn't immediately really found in his home. Lucy Kelly she never got to say goodbye. After he passed. We traveled to the cemetery. I had an APP that worked spirit and that worked like a spirit box shuffling linked through the radio stations. Oh my God we just did this bridget. We just did that. Cool Abbas crazy. I asked if she wanted to try and communicate with him. Lucy and her uncle used just say to one another. I love you and the other would say love. You more started the APP and she reached out to him. This would be a new experience for me. I had never felt when I was about to my ears instantly felt clogged awed not sickly. But as I put my head in a box or a container suddenly crowded and then uncomfortable of gut wrong. And if you're wondering he. He said he loved her more. I know we had no further contact with whom we assumed it was her uncle and then the discomfort went away. Damn that's crazy I know isn't that it's not amazing though the secret cities of this union of how it works a.

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"amy tree" Discussed on Hollyweird Paranormal

Hollyweird Paranormal

11:03 min | 1 year ago

"amy tree" Discussed on Hollyweird Paranormal

"Well to the point where he lives in ten years have won. I barely could stand and when she had to make that tough decision to put him down. You know it was. It was a tough two years for her to process but she said you know Tammy I have a story for you About Mickey and has no way. She's like yeah maybe uses for your product so a year after losing Mekki Initi- moves to Chicago. She said he knows the first week of me waking up my bad my new apartment and then she's like I want to tell you what it always do. When he was alive he the first thing he would do wake up with me and Fart? He had rely on the most horrible rancid farts. And she said Tammy I woke up and I smelt this rancid sent in the air and it was at first I was like did I take no as she was like. I remember this set. She's like it's Mickey She's like you fucking asshole out of all the things as you can. Do you decide a love it too far. So what was I knew. It was him and it was like I. You know he came with. He's with me in Chicago like it just shows that you know he was just there to tell me that he's okay and that he's with me but what a way to fucking tell me and then she said later on that we leader on that week she was coming home late from work and She says she was coming into her. Apartment is pretty late and you know. She was walking in her living room dark. Turn on the light. She heard what sounded like little dog tags Jingling Damn and she just knew. She's like Mickey. Is that you. And then she turned on the light and there's nothing around but she was like that with him still letting me know that he miss he was there. That's crazy. Yeah and she had showed me the little tattoo opin that she got on his arm and yeah she you. No that was her story of Mickey. And and you know Ballast Justitia. Great counter for Jill story just really show that our loved ones are always there and they're always watching us. That's very sweet like Jill. That last is very sweet. Your loved ones and those that you love like they really are always with you and I don't really handle things and in very well like I always link I find it like I have. I feel like I have so much love in my life right now which is not always necessarily been the case ace in many ways it has been but this is like the most supported in loved. I felt in a very long time. And it's just like one of those things like people come in and out of your life and it's just such a shitty feeling knowing that things have to end and But they kind of don't either after doing this podcast. I've really been researching death lake. Just having a good understanding like even like Zachariah either at which side cycle you know. It's it's a part of life and you know learning Abou- how does and honor them like those are things that I've seen cocoa like you know. I'm half Honduran that in Central America you know we go and clean the graves of our loved ones. We hang out with them. We bring flowers we bring you know whiskey cigar food every day. Am and we honor them. And that's that's something that helps with the process knowing nine. Okay that you know. They're always remembered and stuff also. This sounds really callous and I always say it with like you know I try and be careful when I say because I don't want people to think I'm like disrespecting their loss or whatever but honestly all if you have recently lost a pet get another one. Yeah it's really tough. It's really tough. They told my husband. I'm like if MIA passes I'm adopting even. I'm adopting senior dogs outs. And that's the thing that you think that it will feel a maybe this is just been my experience so if this isn't true for you obviously like we all have to find her own patents. But I have found that it doesn't feel like you're forgetting or loving your first dog less. It just helps you focus. Focus that grief into love that that dog will love you back. Ads Saying why we got our dog. I think we've talked about this. Are often energy was such a sal against like the sort of chaos in our lives at that time and even like our house our apartment. I'm at the time I just felt like a crypt and it was like you would come in and we were just so like he set your loving dog. He really like brought whenever I drop off at his house. I know it is dead dead dead. We literally cannot keep that front window clean because they just put their dirty little pause on his aim here with dislike store store this one wipe it the next forty five seconds. Yeah Yeah Yeah. That's what I told Charlie like I give me the ones that have been in shelters for such a long time. I have so much love in my heart for animals. Like that's what I'm GonNa do is just process that into love and they will give it back in. I don't know again I'm not trying to toby. WanNa live their lives but it has been my experience that if you if you lose a dog yet another one it really like I. It helps the other other dot our cat totally any dockers Diana cat person. There's ton of cats out there now tarantulas. But anything in this one. I'm GonNa have you read. I forgot we had this one. When hauled some things and it's you know in relation to what we just talked about? It was a really sweet story. But it's just goes to show you how people come back and just you know they have certain messages they wanna tell us you know This is called some some things Do we know who the spy gate. Okay no name just little miss something I love it. I make sure everyone gets their high. Yeah Police on during noted thank you listeners. I will take that into consideration so my life has been pretty blessed. I grew up with both of grandparents and even my great grandmother all alive and well. My Mom's mom and dad would write family newsletters cute or simple messages and sign them off with one four. Three one I four love three U. Q.. My Mom's mom was also an avid gardener. Her favorite flower she Grew was the purple Iris. February of two thousand seven. My Grandmother was taken to the hospital. After years of battling ovarian cancer she steadily drifted into unconsciousness consciousness. While there my sister my mother and my aunts and my grandfather and I kept round the clock vigil near her. Oh my aunt is very much into sewing and quilting and while we were in the hospital she had had a bag of fabrics with her. Even though my grandmother was unable to respond my aunt was speaking to her about things to do when she would go out and was feeling better she he was describing the silk material. My cousin had sent her. That had peacocks all over it. Ultimately though my grandmother wasn't getting better and she would not be coming home again who we were informed by the hospital care worker. There was nothing more that could be done but to make her as comfortable as possible. Her hospice stay was then set up. A couple of God hospices like such a gift and then a couple of paramedic transport workers came in to help her be moved to the hospice. I don't remember the name of the man but the woman's name Badge Red Peacocks Patricia Cox. We spent the next several days in hospice. All huddled together around her on February seventh Vince. She passed away her memorial services on Valentine's Day several years later July twenty ten. A storm came through a night. My parents home had damages. A huge huge tree fell. The tree went down in such a way that not much was impacted. Had it fallen any other way it would have come through the roof and or severely hurt or killed. My parents got surveying amy tree area. My mother happened upon a single purple iris in full bloom. Lino skip to twenty sixteen. My father's mother's health is is now also declining. Due to location my parents became the go-to helpers for her and my grandfather. My grandmother had Alzheimer's and was placed in a care facility. My mother was also able to assist and help her move and she would frequently be with her. My Grandmother was staying in room one. Clean it looking take. My Grandmother was staying in room. One four three hundred and she would pass away directly outside her room. Was a painting. Want a thinker necessities. The senior spirits reminded that they are still with us. As you fairly sweet. I'm handling this fine Emotionally okay no the answer is no my husband. It's my husband and I are binge listening from the beginning. That's as I mentioned. In our previous messages passages one thing I wanted to mention was my changing sensitivities who fund so story. For many years I could focus on almost con- I could focus on almost any the person and see not auras but shapes things or people behind or beside and somehow tell people things I had no idea about beforehand things about people and beans attached to them never anything really feeling but knowing however in recent years I have reached an area depression that I felt needed to get medical help combatting yes grow broke it that help love that. I love people get help. You know it's it's an talk about love it yes my sensitivities change and pretty much went away then. Dan Do elaborate insurance then. Due to a loss of insurance I got off medication. I didn't regain my previous abilities. I've always had an interest the paranormal. So I've always sort of been connected to weird stub my best friend no longer. I'll call her. Lucy lost her uncle few summers ago when he died he wasn't immediately really found in his home. Lucy Kelly she never got to say goodbye. After he passed. We traveled to the cemetery. I had an APP that worked spirit and that worked like a spirit box shuffling linked through the radio stations. Oh my God we just did this bridget. We just did that. Cool Abbas crazy. I asked if she wanted to try and communicate with him. Lucy and her uncle used just say to one another. I love you and the other would say love. You more started the APP and she reached out to him. This would be a new experience for me. I had never felt when I was about to my ears instantly felt clogged awed not sickly. But as I put my head in a box or a container suddenly crowded and then uncomfortable of gut wrong. And if you're wondering he. He said he loved her more. I know we had no further contact with whom we assumed it was her uncle and then the discomfort went away. Damn that's crazy I know isn't that it's not amazing though the secret cities of this union of how it works a.

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"amy tree" Discussed on Hollyweird Paranormal

Hollyweird Paranormal

11:03 min | 1 year ago

"amy tree" Discussed on Hollyweird Paranormal

"Well to the point where he lives in ten years have won. I barely could stand and when she had to make that tough decision to put him down. You know it was. It was a tough two years for her to process but she said you know Tammy I have a story for you About Mickey and has no way. She's like yeah maybe uses for your product so a year after losing Mekki Initi- moves to Chicago. She said he knows the first week of me waking up my bad my new apartment and then she's like I want to tell you what it always do. When he was alive he the first thing he would do wake up with me and Fart? He had rely on the most horrible rancid farts. And she said Tammy I woke up and I smelt this rancid sent in the air and it was at first I was like did I take no as she was like. I remember this set. She's like it's Mickey She's like you fucking asshole out of all the things as you can. Do you decide a love it too far. So what was I knew. It was him and it was like I. You know he came with. He's with me in Chicago like it just shows that you know he was just there to tell me that he's okay and that he's with me but what a way to fucking tell me and then she said later on that we leader on that week she was coming home late from work and She says she was coming into her. Apartment is pretty late and you know. She was walking in her living room dark. Turn on the light. She heard what sounded like little dog tags Jingling Damn and she just knew. She's like Mickey. Is that you. And then she turned on the light and there's nothing around but she was like that with him still letting me know that he miss he was there. That's crazy. Yeah and she had showed me the little tattoo opin that she got on his arm and yeah she you. No that was her story of Mickey. And and you know Ballast Justitia. Great counter for Jill story just really show that our loved ones are always there and they're always watching us. That's very sweet like Jill. That last is very sweet. Your loved ones and those that you love like they really are always with you and I don't really handle things and in very well like I always link I find it like I have. I feel like I have so much love in my life right now which is not always necessarily been the case ace in many ways it has been but this is like the most supported in loved. I felt in a very long time. And it's just like one of those things like people come in and out of your life and it's just such a shitty feeling knowing that things have to end and But they kind of don't either after doing this podcast. I've really been researching death lake. Just having a good understanding like even like Zachariah either at which side cycle you know. It's it's a part of life and you know learning Abou- how does and honor them like those are things that I've seen cocoa like you know. I'm half Honduran that in Central America you know we go and clean the graves of our loved ones. We hang out with them. We bring flowers we bring you know whiskey cigar food every day. Am and we honor them. And that's that's something that helps with the process knowing nine. Okay that you know. They're always remembered and stuff also. This sounds really callous and I always say it with like you know I try and be careful when I say because I don't want people to think I'm like disrespecting their loss or whatever but honestly all if you have recently lost a pet get another one. Yeah it's really tough. It's really tough. They told my husband. I'm like if MIA passes I'm adopting even. I'm adopting senior dogs outs. And that's the thing that you think that it will feel a maybe this is just been my experience so if this isn't true for you obviously like we all have to find her own patents. But I have found that it doesn't feel like you're forgetting or loving your first dog less. It just helps you focus. Focus that grief into love that that dog will love you back. Ads Saying why we got our dog. I think we've talked about this. Are often energy was such a sal against like the sort of chaos in our lives at that time and even like our house our apartment. I'm at the time I just felt like a crypt and it was like you would come in and we were just so like he set your loving dog. He really like brought whenever I drop off at his house. I know it is dead dead dead. We literally cannot keep that front window clean because they just put their dirty little pause on his aim here with dislike store store this one wipe it the next forty five seconds. Yeah Yeah Yeah. That's what I told Charlie like I give me the ones that have been in shelters for such a long time. I have so much love in my heart for animals. Like that's what I'm GonNa do is just process that into love and they will give it back in. I don't know again I'm not trying to toby. WanNa live their lives but it has been my experience that if you if you lose a dog yet another one it really like I. It helps the other other dot our cat totally any dockers Diana cat person. There's ton of cats out there now tarantulas. But anything in this one. I'm GonNa have you read. I forgot we had this one. When hauled some things and it's you know in relation to what we just talked about? It was a really sweet story. But it's just goes to show you how people come back and just you know they have certain messages they wanna tell us you know This is called some some things Do we know who the spy gate. Okay no name just little miss something I love it. I make sure everyone gets their high. Yeah Police on during noted thank you listeners. I will take that into consideration so my life has been pretty blessed. I grew up with both of grandparents and even my great grandmother all alive and well. My Mom's mom and dad would write family newsletters cute or simple messages and sign them off with one four. Three one I four love three U. Q.. My Mom's mom was also an avid gardener. Her favorite flower she Grew was the purple Iris. February of two thousand seven. My Grandmother was taken to the hospital. After years of battling ovarian cancer she steadily drifted into unconsciousness consciousness. While there my sister my mother and my aunts and my grandfather and I kept round the clock vigil near her. Oh my aunt is very much into sewing and quilting and while we were in the hospital she had had a bag of fabrics with her. Even though my grandmother was unable to respond my aunt was speaking to her about things to do when she would go out and was feeling better she he was describing the silk material. My cousin had sent her. That had peacocks all over it. Ultimately though my grandmother wasn't getting better and she would not be coming home again who we were informed by the hospital care worker. There was nothing more that could be done but to make her as comfortable as possible. Her hospice stay was then set up. A couple of God hospices like such a gift and then a couple of paramedic transport workers came in to help her be moved to the hospice. I don't remember the name of the man but the woman's name Badge Red Peacocks Patricia Cox. We spent the next several days in hospice. All huddled together around her on February seventh Vince. She passed away her memorial services on Valentine's Day several years later July twenty ten. A storm came through a night. My parents home had damages. A huge huge tree fell. The tree went down in such a way that not much was impacted. Had it fallen any other way it would have come through the roof and or severely hurt or killed. My parents got surveying amy tree area. My mother happened upon a single purple iris in full bloom. Lino skip to twenty sixteen. My father's mother's health is is now also declining. Due to location my parents became the go-to helpers for her and my grandfather. My grandmother had Alzheimer's and was placed in a care facility. My mother was also able to assist and help her move and she would frequently be with her. My Grandmother was staying in room one. Clean it looking take. My Grandmother was staying in room. One four three hundred and she would pass away directly outside her room. Was a painting. Want a thinker necessities. The senior spirits reminded that they are still with us. As you fairly sweet. I'm handling this fine Emotionally okay no the answer is no my husband. It's my husband and I are binge listening from the beginning. That's as I mentioned. In our previous messages passages one thing I wanted to mention was my changing sensitivities who fund so story. For many years I could focus on almost con- I could focus on almost any the person and see not auras but shapes things or people behind or beside and somehow tell people things I had no idea about beforehand things about people and beans attached to them never anything really feeling but knowing however in recent years I have reached an area depression that I felt needed to get medical help combatting yes grow broke it that help love that. I love people get help. You know it's it's an talk about love it yes my sensitivities change and pretty much went away then. Dan Do elaborate insurance then. Due to a loss of insurance I got off medication. I didn't regain my previous abilities. I've always had an interest the paranormal. So I've always sort of been connected to weird stub my best friend no longer. I'll call her. Lucy lost her uncle few summers ago when he died he wasn't immediately really found in his home. Lucy Kelly she never got to say goodbye. After he passed. We traveled to the cemetery. I had an APP that worked spirit and that worked like a spirit box shuffling linked through the radio stations. Oh my God we just did this bridget. We just did that. Cool Abbas crazy. I asked if she wanted to try and communicate with him. Lucy and her uncle used just say to one another. I love you and the other would say love. You more started the APP and she reached out to him. This would be a new experience for me. I had never felt when I was about to my ears instantly felt clogged awed not sickly. But as I put my head in a box or a container suddenly crowded and then uncomfortable of gut wrong. And if you're wondering he. He said he loved her more. I know we had no further contact with whom we assumed it was her uncle and then the discomfort went away. Damn that's crazy I know isn't that it's not amazing though the secret cities of this union of how it works a.

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"amy tree" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

Serious Inquiries Only

04:47 min | 3 years ago

"amy tree" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

"Thomas it's your best friend jeremiah just calling about some of your opinions on you know the democrats in how you know we need to vote people in and i kind of agree that we should do our best to vote in the people that will make our system the most favorable for people but i think some of what i don't think you're expressing is that blood of people who are actually like socialists on the left you know all the people i unless book groups actually it's it's not even like an issue of who's more carrying or who has better policies but it's it's an actual question of the actual system like a capitalist system you know a lot of people on the left actually wanna see you know workers controlling their industries and their factories instead of you know the one percent ceo's and jock brokers and everything controlling workers wages and everything it's that they see the whole system as broken choosing who you want to manage a broken system so i think that's where a lot of the frustration comes from i'm with you all probably vote people in when push comes to shove but it really might be frustrating to some of your socialist listeners that you don't it it seems to you don't seem to be directly addressing them or at least not in a way that would make sense to them i know people like peter coughing or whoever might be able to explain this better to you it's not necessarily even fringe there's people like chomsky who promote worker controlled societies things like that i know this is a long voicemail so i guess i'll own ended up but just some things to consider by jeremiah great to hear from you as always funny note this is actually received this voicemail before the amy tree sep sewed on socialism so i don't remember what it would have been a response to but i'm sure i talked about far lefties and voting and stuff like that so but i just think it's funny that it wasn't as a result of that episode jeremiah just had socialism on his mind as usual but just getting but i mean i have a lot to say about this i hope i'm not repeating myself from that i amy therese episode where talked about where we talked about socialism here's what i'll try to try to summit up as best i can i don't know okay i am not qualified to say this isn't something that i consider my area or that i consider even being all that informed on when i when we talk about restructuring the entire economy somehow so that workers control the means of production i guess is what you'd say so i don't want to speak as though i feel like i'm gonna thority on that and have come to the conclusion that the current capitalist system is better i do very much believe in markets but i don't know if there's some like i'm just uninformed i wanna have maybe a different socialist to do more basic stuff like i don't know how that model would work but what i do have an opinion about is if that's a change that you or anybody wants to see happen i feel like there's i guess two ways it could happen maybe i mean maybe there's more but i feel like it's it's either revolution you know like taking over or something which i think is laughable and insane and not gonna happen like an armed actual thing i just don't don't think there's any chance of that or there would be achieved through the current system and i could see that possibly happening but the way to do it is to gains port and i don't think that it makes any sense to shun both parties in that effort you know you've got essentially most of the country is loyal to one of two parties and in one of the parties it's a libertarian mad max scenario where they're getting rid of all regulation and making the rich get richer and all it's like that and then in the other party you've got a guy in bernie sanders who has socialist in his you know in the name of what he considers himself who was able to gain serious support like actual support two years ago so my my only point with all that is like either way like even if i either agree with this socialist conception of.

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"amy tree" Discussed on Women at Work

Women at Work

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"amy tree" Discussed on Women at Work

"And good hr with it and if they're afraid that hr will turn a deaf ear to it to mentioned that they mentioned it to me because now and it gives them some accountability gives hr some accountability and if they were you know just two devastated by the whole thing to gun nature i would i would get a sharp and partly because this right thing to do partly casses your obligation who as a manager the sing i i dealt with more frequently of dumped dealt with this twice is the person who comes to me in says hey i gotta tell you something but jeff to promise not to tony one and then proceeds to tell a you know a a horrific story of of predation now in which case item that as can ignore and went directly to in one case hr in in the other case the boss yeah and i think that just a point about that conversation when someone does tell you whether they tell you don't it's sherrad or not just say thank you for telling me knowledge that this was a hard thing for that person to do that such a good end that they they're nervous that you won't believe them that they'll get punished and put that at ease because that's going to help them make a better decision about how to handle it going forward yeah i that such a great point amy tree when do you approach the person who has been accused of that behavior if you're also their manager i think you have to talk to hr about how to handle that if you're talking about a case of of sexual harassment if there's behavior that's unclear if the person has come to use says i'm not sure you can go to that person because it is your job as a manager to set team norms and so you can go to the person who's been accused again if it if it's a legal issue you do have to involve hr but if it's on the liner unclear you can go and say i've heard this you don't have to tell who the keyser is i don't know if it's true or not.

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