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My Family Thinks I'm Crazy
"banacci" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy
"Okay now here comes where the weirdness comes in big right and stay with me everyone. It's really is really something to this. We just need to figure it out. This is cutting edge cat whole lick catholic cat whole lick. There are all these reports if you go looking of the templars and even other secret societies with initiation rites about kissing the asshole of a cat. Why would this happen. And were cats not very important as a religious icon in ancient egypt was the is the talk. So plasmas this parasite known by the royal houses. They know that it doesn't affect their people the way to fix their slave race. Is it something that you have initiate do. So that they're more his okay. We need to back up. What talks of plasma. Maybe not everyone knows about it. It is a parasite that causes reckless behavior and attraction to cats among other problems ex actually every mammal that we care for in like a livestock or a pet way. They've all got a schedule of how to deal with. Parasites had remove parasites. How to protect from parasites. What about you though. Whatever taking an keeping an eye out for you and parasites does that ever come up from your no white coat. Oh yes i mean. My friend alex stein coast to the conspiracy castle podcasts. I think he definitely has talks. Oh plasmas we've talked about this on this show with multiple guests. So what do the. What's the you because the predator class. What are the royal houses. Really air sites on earth and they are who controls the government's the polly tix ali many takes bloodsucking nasty insects. Right so anyway all down. I love it. No and you know what else. You're bringing the mind that horrible not that it was horrible but it was just kinda graphic episode of south park where they're all getting high up off the cats and have them like strapped to these like weird or letting you know i mean. Yeah it actually yet. Oh my gosh chad's wow weaving spiders. Welcome folks check. Check out slick dissident on youtube. That guy needs to look at him. he's so good. Wow wow yeah this is. This is making a lot of sense and you know what it also brings to mind. Cause parasites are in this same sort of realm not to say like that they're equal but in a yin yang may be sort of way like fungus an parasites kind of have these same qualities yet like fungus has maybe more benevolent qualities. We can eat it. We can trip off of it it. There are toxic mushrooms out there. But it is interesting like these Mushrooms and parasites seem to be in. This may be sub layer of consciousness. Almost like our cons are like two. D beings what are your thoughts on on the like the multidimensional component of this. Oh man well. That's that's a good question. Probably going to take a lot. But i'll do my best to be concise. I want to think about that word parasite because it just now that i'm on the green language vibration right now. I'm seeing things from that perspective of right and left brain at the same time. Not just the left brain colloquial definition of a word so pair Site hair of sites to is double vision. Conflicting contradicting information. Left right polarity haired. I'm as opposed to the is single the all seeing eye the inner site right. So if we're inflicted with parasites by parasites is that a symbolic aspect of the division program. That is the exact way that these parasites actually take power from us. And it's the exact way that are vulnerable. Our weakness and i won't say vulnerability but our weakness and our loss of will and loss of self hood memory loss in the literal sense. Talk about the electric field. More if you want to. But the what damages that is compartmentalization division internal division. Lack of communication within from one part to another and a parasite is symbolic that. In my opinion it's a divided vision divided communication question. Let's get back to that are cons right. and how how. Maybe these these things that we know as parasites and and fungus how because clearly we see how fungus has this sort of multidimensional capability at least when it interacts with our consciousness or seemingly. So i wonder you know what these you know. We can't call them plants. They're not plans. But what these single cell organisms. What their spiritual or multidimensional nature is. And maybe if that plays into this idea of an arakan controlling this reality were. I mean the empire love the way you broke that down even parasite pair a site for those. I mean you had santos banacci i've had santos on syncretism is a huge component to understanding this. But you know back to that question. What do you think the multidimensional nature of these single cell organisms like parasites or fungus. What are what are they. Can i answer that in line. Seven more years. Because i'm gonna do some. that's my next job. I try to maps over this out. 'cause it's all very murky to me too but you know i can answer from personal experience that the the mushroom never tried to hurt me right. I remember one of the first times i ever used them. And i'm not like a heavy user. Either but i time one of the first times i use them i was taking on this visionary experience might have been the very first time i ever did it. Actually where i went on this inner journey through the astral realms. I didn't even know what it was. At the time. I thought it was kind of like this fever dream. Guess it was. But i was shown these goddesses that were representatives of different psychoactive. Plant medicines that. I was going to try in my future in my pretty near future turned out and they came to me and i never expected intended to try any of those things. Mushrooms was like a big deal. That i even decided to do it. I had been. You're pressured by a certain friend for awhile. Finally gave in and yeah then. I had his vision of all the different ones that i was eventually going to try whoops. I dropped something and it all came true in that order so that was.
"banacci" Discussed on No Agenda
"And weather on the sad broadcasting live from the heart of texas hill country here region number six in the morning everybody. I'm adam curry in northern silicon valley. Where the return. Zephyr just went by coming in from denver. And jesse wait a minute. Is that a report or is that not a report. If not a report this this later. I don't know why going by but it's going in the other direction that does never reported on the liver doesn't ever show up during their show. Isn't that like a few banacci retracement. Come on come on. We've got some gay by this. This isn't there you go squawk box. Cnbc pay attention. We've got to reverse fibonacci on these zephyr economic report. Bitcoin fifty thousand eight hundred twenty nine hard nelson. Exciting star of the show will be more exciting when they'd suffers going the other way which should be any minute. What's interesting about the one going this way. There's a couple of days also when it comes from seattle and you have to kind of differentiate too imprint. Sure this is the zephyr except the thing. That's interesting is that the male luggage car on the return. Train is at the end of the train is not after the engines. Wonder why that everyone should know this. You know hey. Come on man from the johns fomer corner this is. This is big news. We have not heard the fomer coroner which john c. divorce jc comparing story for abc's do better tomorrow checks out. Abc cbs and nbc. On thursday morning the first thursday of the week and lets us know what the big stories are. I have to say is becoming noticeable. We talked about this before on the show that the racial makeup of the show of all the shows is leaning considering the percentage of blacks in the united states. it's leaning very black is majority black on all shows across the board across the big three. Yeah i would. Just give you the rundown. Cbs to to blacks one white on. I just want everyone understand. That you are now counting blacks. Okay just wanna make sure that we were doing accounting blast did i have a i have a commentary at the nbc. Four to two and then abc's to to to but they have a lot of correspondence and they also have michael strahan who actually accounts. Because he's so big he's actually to band. And if i may add if i may add we have indeed found evidence that They put michael strahan in address. What's your yeah. There's there's there's photographic evidence. They put him in address on some stupid show. Abc by the way with their They have the they did. Get you the three by three. I'll talk about it but they They they tend to try to humiliate the black members of the cast. The way i see it. I could be wrong but i but my commentaries. The blacks the black dub blacks like the gays blacks have an excellent job of pushing way into majority owners kind of ownership of the airwaves. Not ownership of the network. Let me ask you a question. Did you really think that pushed their way in or do you think that they were. They had a red carpet. Rolled out because omg diversity. I think is a combination of two. But they they took advantage of an. I congratulate good words. I'd be. I'll say this except for the one guy. There's one guy. I mentioned before i bitch about this one guy. They're all great hosts this one guy but they're all great hosts and they put up with an in the case of michael strahan day. Put up with a lot just to be famous. This guy doesn't need the money Really really really putting up with it. He puts up with all right. So do we have a final tally now of blackstone white. Yes we'll hold on just a train coming and there's maybe the real. Yep i'm jealous. Standby zephyr aboard counting. What will it be. We had the retracement on the fibonacci. Same old same same old same old eight cars. My head is spinning by three former reports. This is nutty ash. show already. so the final. Tally is six seven. Eight to five and are mentioned. This no asians about to ask. Yes and no asians. Well there's this whole who's gonna end which is by the way this whole thing is interesting to me because the to follow this somewhat closely is that they've gone from the multicultural look and they've just pretty much dropped. It except for hoda does not. There's the number multicultural. Look people in other words in a multi-culture for anyone out. There wants to follow. This is a person that you don't really know what. But if they look a little bit African american little bit asian a little bit way mexico say hispanic. Latin undertones are preferred by the executive Other big explain for people who are new to this program. We talk as television executives. This is exactly the conversation that's going on. Abc cbs nbc. So we're not. We're not racist giving you insight us because we've seen it we've watched we we've lived they were. We've lived at we could be. We could do these jobs easily. Yeah but we we've chosen to serve the public instead jessica vow of poverty. Bauer poverty okay. Let's start with cbs. All right shark shark shark shark shark or shark week again discovery. I don't know. But i might be bit sharks. They talked about sharks. A lot of great wykes a lot of great whites. Lotta great whites on a grade one. They're all east coast to west coast record number of great whites and then the guy do this voice. He says you can expect company in the water of coverage. Not scaring people enough anymore and then they went from that to talking about peace. That make Beyond me and all the would identify went to a commercial but they were going to do next. Report is gonna be on. Ps and how important they are to making fake meat. We have to protect the ps. Are they now an endangered species because they're critical fake meat. No they're not critical. They're not. They're not talking about the by the way they never fit. They didn't finish the shark thing by blaming global warming. At least that i tell mass i missed opportunity so nbc go to pop start. Nbc has become the old version of good morning. America where they just do a bunch of celebrity news and so they did They had That six people on the stage. But did you call this pop start. That's what they call it. Pop star dart despite the way which is lame jassam come with had a. They had a reading. Is it sponsored by pop tart by any chance. Know you'd think it would be. Yeah.
"banacci" Discussed on No Agenda
"And weather on the sad broadcasting live from the heart of texas hill country here region number six in the morning everybody. I'm adam curry in northern silicon valley. Where the return. Zephyr just went by coming in from denver. And jesse wait a minute. Is that a report or is that not a report. If deserve not a report this this later. I don't know why going by but it's going in the other direction that is never reported on the liver doesn't ever show up during their show. Isn't that like a few banacci retracement. Come on come on. We've got some by this. This isn't there you go squawk box. Nbc pay attention. We've got to reverse fibonacci on these zephyr economic report. Bitcoin fifty thousand eight hundred twenty nine hard nelson. Exciting star of the show will be more exciting when they'd suffers going the other way which should be any minute. What's interesting about the one going this way. There's a couple of days also when it comes from seattle and you have to kind of differentiate too imprint. Sure this is the zephyr except the thing. That's interesting is that the male luggage car on the return. Train is at the end of the train is not after the engines. Wonder why that everyone should know this. You know hey. Come on man from the johns fomer corner this is. This is big news. We have not heard the fomer coroner which john c. divorce jc comparing story for abc's do better tomorrow checks out. Abc cbs nbc. On thursday morning. The first thursday of the week and lets us know what. The big stories are say is becoming noticeable. We talked about this before on the show that the racial makeup of the show of all the shows is leaning considering the percentage of blacks in the united states. it's leaning very black is majority black on all shows across the board across the big three. Yeah i would. Just give you the rundown. Cbs to to blacks one white on. I just want everyone understand. That you are now counting blacks. Okay just wanna make sure that were doing accounting blast did i have a i have a commentary at the nbc is four to two and then abc's to to to but they have a lot of correspondence and they also have michael strahan who actually accounts. Because he's so big he's actually to band. And if i may add if i may add we have indeed found evidence that They put michael strahan in address. What's your yeah. There's there's there's photographic evidence. They put him in address on some stupid show. Abc by the way with their They have the they did. Get you the three by three. I'll talk about it but they They they tend to try to humiliate the black members of the cast. The way i see it. I could be wrong but i but my commentaries. The blacks the black dub blacks like the gays. The blacks have an excellent job of pushing way into majority owners. Kind of ownership of the airwaves not ownership of the network. Let me ask you a question. Did you really think that pushed their way in or do you think that they were. They had a red carpet. Rolled out because omg diversity. I think is a combination of the two but they. They took advantage of an. I congratulate good words. I'd be. I'll say this except for the one guy. There's one guy. I'd mentioned before. I bitch about this one guy. They're all great hosts this one guy but they're all great hosts and they put up with an in the case of michael strahan day. Put up with a lot just to be famous. This guy doesn't need the money Really really really putting up with it. He puts up with all right. So do we have a final tally now of blackstone white. Yes we'll hold on just a train coming and there's maybe the real. Yep i'm jealous. Standby zephyr aboard counting. What will it be. We had the retracement on the fibonacci. Same old same same old same old eight cars. My head is spinning three by three former reports. This is nutty ash show already so the final tally is six. Seven eight to five and are mentioned. This no asians about to ask. Yes and no asians. Well there's this whole who's gonna end which is by the way this whole thing is interesting to me because the to follow this somewhat closely is that they've gone from the multicultural look and they've just pretty much. Dropped it except for hoda. there's not. There's the number multicultural. Look people in other words in a multi-culture for anyone out. There wants to follow. This is a person that you don't really know what but if they look a little bit African american little bit asian a little bit way in mexico say hispanic. Latin undertones are preferred by the executive Other big explain for people who are new to this program this we talk as television executives. This is exactly the conversation. That's going on at abc. And cbs and nbc. So we're not. We're not racist giving you insight us because we've seen it we've watched we we've lived they were we've lived at we could be. We could do these jobs easily. Yeah but we we've chosen to serve the public instead jessica vow of poverty. Bauer poverty okay. Let's start with cbs. All right shark shark shark shark shark or shark week again discovery. I don't know. But i might be bit sharks. They talked about sharks. A lot of great wykes a lot of great whites. Lotta great whites on a grade one. They're all east coast to west coast record number of great whites and then the guy can do with his voice. He says you can expect company in the water of coverage. Not scaring people enough anymore. And then they went from that to talking about peace. That make Beyond me and all the with. Then i went to a commercial but they were going to do next. Report is gonna be on. Ps and how important they are to making fake meat. We have to protect the ps. Are they now an endangered species because they're critical fake meat. No they're not critical. They're not. They're not talking about the by the way they never fit. They didn't finish the shark thing by blaming global warming. At least that i tell mass i missed opportunity so nbc go to pop start. Nbc has become the old version of good morning. America where they just do a bunch of celebrity news and so they did They had That six people on the stage. But did you call this pop start. That's what they call it. Pop star dart despite the way which is lame jassam come with had a. They had a reading. Is it sponsored by pop tart by any chance. Know you'd think it would be. Yeah.
"banacci" Discussed on No Agenda
"And weather on the sad broadcasting live from the heart of texas hill country here region number six in the morning everybody. I'm adam curry in northern silicon valley. Where the return. Zephyr just went by coming in from denver. And jesse wait a minute. Is that a report or is that not a report. If not a report this this later. I don't know why going by but it's going in the other direction that is never reported on the livers isn't ever show up during their show. Isn't that like a few banacci retracement. Come on come on. We've got some by this. This isn't there you go squawk box. Cnbc pay attention. We've got to reverse fibonacci on these zephyr economic report. Bitcoin fifty thousand eight hundred twenty nine hard nelson. Exciting star of the show will be more exciting when they'd suffers going the other way which should be any minute. What's interesting about the one going this way. There's a couple of days also when it comes from seattle and you have to kind of differentiate too imprint. Sure this is the zephyr except the thing. That's interesting is that the male luggage car on the return. Train is at the end of the train is not after the engines. Wonder why that everyone should know this. You know hey. Come on man from the johns fomer corner this is. This is big news. We have not heard the fomer coroner which john c. divorce jc comparing story for abc's having to do better tomorrow checks out. Abc cbs nbc. On thursday morning. The first thursday of the week and lets us know what. The big stories are is becoming noticeable. We talked about this before on the show that the racial makeup of the show of all the shows is leaning considering the percentage of blacks in the united states. It's leaning very black is majority black on all shows across the board across the big three. Yeah i would. Just give you the rundown. Cbs to to blacks one white on. I just want. I want everyone understand that. You are now counting blacks. Okay just wanna make sure that were doing accounting blast did i have a i have a commentary at the nbc is four to two and then abc's to to to but they have a lot of correspondence and they also have michael strahan who actually accounts. Because he's so big he's actually to band. And if i may add if i may add we have indeed found evidence that They put michael strahan in address. What's your yeah. There's there's there's photographic evidence. They put him in address on some stupid show. Abc by the way with their They have the they did. Get you the three by three. I'll talk about it but they They they tend to try to humiliate the black members of the cast. The way i see it. I could be wrong but i but my commentaries. The blacks the black dub blacks like the gays. The blacks have an excellent job of pushing way into majority owners. Kind of ownership of the airwaves not ownership of the network. Let me ask you a question. Did you really think that pushed their way in or do you think that they were. They had a red carpet. Rolled out because omg diversity. I think is a combination of the two but they. They took advantage of an. I congratulate good words. I'd be. I'll say this except for the one guy. There's one guy. I'd mentioned before. I bitch about this one guy. They're all great hosts this one guy but they're all great hosts and they put up with an in the case of michael strahan day. Put up with a lot just to be famous. This guy doesn't need the money Really really really putting up with it. He puts up with all right. So do we have a final tally now of blackstone white. Yes we'll hold on just a train coming and there's maybe the real. Yep i'm jealous. Standby zephyr aboard counting. What will it be. We had the retracement on the fibonacci. Same old same same old. Same old eight cars i turn. My head is spinning three by three former reports. This is nutty ash. Show already. So the final tally is six. Seven eight to five and are mentioned. This no asians about to ask. Yes and no asians. Well there's this whole who's gonna end which is by the way this whole thing is interesting to me because the to follow this somewhat closely is that they've gone from the multicultural look and they've just pretty much. Dropped it except for hoda. there's not. There's the number multicultural. Look people in other words in a multi-culture for anyone out. There wants to follow. This is a person that you don't really know what but if they look a little bit African american little bit asian a little bit way in mexico say hispanic. Latin undertones are preferred by the executive Other big explain for people who are new to this program this we talk as television executives. This is exactly the conversation. That's going on at abc. And cbs and nbc. So we're not. We're not racist giving you insight. Yes because we've seen it we've watched we we've lived they were we've lived at. We could be. We could do these jobs easily. Yeah but we we've chosen to serve the public instead jessica vow of poverty. Bauer poverty okay. Let's start with cbs. All right shark shark shark shark shark or shark week again discovery. I don't know. But i might be bit sharks. They talked about sharks. A lot of great wykes a lot of great whites. Lotta great whites on a grade one. They're all east coast to west coast record number of great whites and then the guy can do with his voice. He says you can expect company in the water of coverage. Not scaring people enough anymore. And then they went from that to talking about peace. That make Beyond me and all the with. Then i went to a commercial but they were going to do next. Report is gonna be on. Ps and how important they are to making fake meat. Yeah we have to protect the ps. They now an endangered species because they're critical fake meat. No they're not critical. They're not. They're not talking about the by the way they never fit. They didn't finish the shark thing by blaming global warming. At least that i tell mass i missed opportunity so nbc go to pop start. Nbc has become the old version of good morning. America where they just do a bunch of celebrity news and so they did They had That six people on the stage. But did you call this pop start. That's what they call it. Pop star dart despite the way which is lame jassam income with had a. They had a reading. Is it sponsored by pop tart by any chance. Know you'd think it would be. Yeah.
My Family Thinks I'm Crazy
"banacci" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy
"Completely exact but sort of what book was there from. I'm just writing the energy. Plus time equals art. That's great what this is called the time in the technical sphere. Yeah this is a great book by jose as And you know. I've been looking through this a lot talking about it on my patriot show and how people can get more in tune with the thirteen moon cycle. Because that's part of the empire's deception is creating this calendar that throws us out of harmony and demagnetize us with the natural calendar the harmony. That is the universe that we're in it kind of is like A whirlpool cycle units constantly spinning upwards into Wherever it's going. I mean that's for us to determine i think that's kind of like the lava traction stuff but i feel like i. I missed the boat on answering the second question. The first question maybe sort of i think the two are very much intertwined but i mean it's interesting you say that about sort of like a whirlpool or sort of that twirling motion. Because recently i've been covering in my public episodes. Quick connection for the audience about a the work by dan winters and now he speaks about you know anti gravity technology and things like that again. Many different ways to harness the the the the way in which they propelled aircraft off the ground but again magnetized versus demagnetize. Ation working like an elastic band again. Similar to even what you have upright now in your background brother the You know as above so below right the yin and the yang so to speak right that sort of balance and it seems like again on more technological side but we could also say i guess. Electric universe theory side as well that when the craft propel. There's another end of it as well where it's sort of like that magnetized movement so it's interesting that you bring that up but it was The questions were electric universe theory and your perception of or your thoughts on on time. Okay so then. Yeah on the electric universe theory. Yeah i've had a couple conversations on my podcast. My family thinks crazy about that and It's definitely fascinated me. Ever since i've i've learned more and more about it Specially knowing what i know about tesla and his technology and you know again not the expert but to me the european structures. Yeah yeah to to me. The megalithic structures are indicative of something like that you know because when we look at saimaa mix i mean look at how electricity and vibration and pattern and like all. These things fit together in a syncretic way just had a santos banacci my podcast talking about syncretism that episode out actually the same days this one so people should check that out but it's definitely It's definitely something. I think makes the most sense. And then if we want to really connect The mythologies and the indigenous cultures perception of paradigm and worldview. It fits in everything they say it means thunderbird and you know all of these different stories From many different cultures. I'm not just talking about north america here. You know it's all over the world you have stories of like lightning being that you know creates things and you know not that we need to rest our hat on mythology and story but for me i think when you start trying to understand the story of your life and how it fits into the larger story that is the human story you start to notice signs symbols and synchronous cities the lower case s.'s that fit into the upper case s. That is the story now. And i think when you start to notice those s.'s. You start to connect dots and you might feel like a crazy person like connecting all these random dots. But if you trust your intuition at the very least you're gonna change your life for the better if you have positive intention to. I think that's the other thing is like. That's that's true for me so if that makes us an electric universe you know. I think that that that's what that means to me. You know like we're electricity. You know you see how watery acts electrcity. Our bodies are seventy eight percent water. In what happens if you get too much voltage get fried so i mean there's even like people that their whole foot has turned to stone a guy's foot turn to stone because he had so much voltage running through worked for power company. You know a lot of unfortunate accidents from those guys at work On a with electricity and it seems to be superhuman sometimes. What they're not superhuman supernatural. What happens to them. But it's very natural within on electric universe paradigm it's only in this materialist universe paradigm. Where things like you know this. Petra fixation or Zero electric type situation ryan kind of weird but when we start to reexamine what we know Through the electric universe lands seems to me like things. Start to line up more. Make more sense so no not the expert in my opinion though. Yes definitely and that's something that i do plan on talking about. Learning more about on my shaolin santos actually mentioned that so for like in passing but it was worth. It's worth listening to folks. If that's good good. Endorsement of my shell will please check it out. Episode seventy seven santos banacci also talked about led zeppelin. I don't know if If if that. But when. I when i saw dave zet i kind of like in a battle. Resolute led zeppelin will resonate with some of my audience for for sure. Yeah well in like Maybe what's the word you know pl- In like a. Of course i'm dyslexic. I'm forgetting the word dyslexic. That's dyslexic in way. I saw your name zad and thought of led zeppelin. So i just thought i would bring that up and see if that resonated absolutely absolutely i just honestly i. I was going to wrap it up. I just had one more question. And i totally straight with you. I think i'm going to have you on again a bunch of times because we can just keep going and going and going On we should even do a whole playlist their series if you ask me. But paranormal versus not versus rather. But would you put the classification of paranormal and inter dimensional.
"banacci" Discussed on The Allusionist
"What happens two zero to let it catch on. After such an inauspicious beginning in europe the renaissance happened about three hundred years. After banacci had the renaissance the printing press and at this point it was undeniable. How advantageous zero was all the great things that could bring to. Society with zero came along the hindu arabic positional numeral system which made math way easier so the efficiency brought by zero at had this great effect on engineering science astronomy architecture. You name it. We could reach bigger numbers and we could calculate things faster and with better position. It was like the next best thing to a computer so you. Since the renaissance. How things been going for zero. I think after it was accepted there could have been no more doubt about whether this was a number. You know really the great thing about it is that it opened up our minds to start thinking of math in a more abstract way. What is the number. Is it just a practical tool counting. Does it only exist in our minds or is it a real thing if it's only in our minds then why can't we apply logical puzzles to it and see what other properties it has. If it's only in our minds why can't we add new numbers into our world. That may not be used for. Counting may not be useful for some practical reasons but can be useful for other things. When you open up your world two zero then you can also open it up to negative numbers and then later on even complex numbers imaginary numbers which to this day still has students in a span of you know. Is this serial number. I was one of those students when i was in school. But you can no longer say that you know the square root of negative. One isn't a number because we used to say zero wasn't a number equals zero the terminator which is some strong talk. It counts back but will case. Well i think lots of students now if you ask them what makes zero dangerous. I think they would respond with dividing by zero dividing by zero. At least i was taught was illegal. Math which i love that. I love that phrase illegal math. Yeah you take detroit to divide something zero. Yeah there's many stories of errors disasters befalling people who divide by zero actually in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven. A division by zero error caused the uss yorktown to stop stranded in the middle of the water with the film propulsion system. For almost three hours it had to be brought to a nearby harbor for thirteen years at managed to serve in the. Us navy never experiencing such large incident but all it took was leftover zero left in the system by some engineer. Who didn't take it out. And the computer tried to divide by zero and everything failed respect zero or else to be fair to it does have its compensations. It's really beautiful. As they said it's it's sort of our first step into opening our minds to something that may contradict our previous worldview. But you know when we open our minds to something new it can actually let us see the world in a way more interesting complex. Beautiful way and zero davis that that's right a little nothing a little nothing. Thanks kind tennis about zero and two nine moon math from her but with the added visual interest of drank you can find on instagram tick-tock youtube on twitter at nine kind. That's kyi any on nine. Kind believes mr sponsored by dumbass makers the most comfortable socks in the history of feet and the most comfortable t shirts on my body right now. I'm troubling at the moment. I'm so my pretty cold with rather unpredictable weather so far this week we've had hundred kilometers an hour. Winds driving rain snow and occasional sunshine. Just to keep us guessing. So every day. I've been wearing one of my super soft bombast t shirts under my clothes. Because the t shirts on bulky tool that they all warm. 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WGR 550 Sports Radio
"banacci" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Welcome back into the three winners, starting at Radio Show in a week to college football. Week one in the NFL. Damone Roberts. Paul Norman with you the number 8883663733 glad you're in 8883663 is the number Three for free today in college three for free tomorrow in pro Jimmy tags under the radar game, that is a special bonus game that you have to be a part of Philly and Atlanta. Atlanta 3.5 point favorite Your over under 48 a half in that game one o'clock tomorrow. Paul Norman, I don't know There's anybody better in the NFL than you and your team and your brother in college football. You in the NFL put you up against anybody. And I'm not just saying that. Ah. I mean, this is a week one. We say it all the time. If you're going to get involved, do it in week one. Don't wait till week five or weeks, six. Do it now, Especially. We're going to give a 30 Day account number for free today. That means they can play four weeks of your NFL absolutely free And that's the reason we're doing is because how many times we said it like guys will call, So we five or six? Yeah, I tried to do it on my own. But You know, I was willy nilly. And you know when I was up by doubled up when I was down, I you know, I I You know, I didn't play as much as I should. In the next game. Just born one and I'm down money. That's great. You know Lebanon here that unbelievable. It's amazing people out there thinking, Yeah, I've done that. It's look the businesses, this is a beatable market. You know, I have people, you know, Say to me, how could you possibly commanded? Compare this to any other financial market, And the reason we can compare to any of the financial market is because it is the odd the line on a game is the price of the stock. It's like anything else. There is ways to track Elliot Wave theory in this thing you can you should Banacci extensions in the same here, people Out there, you know in the financial world, saying you can't compare the two, but you can and and it's frustrating to me because they just only know that they only know their world. So you know, I'm not going to get into the arguments all the time over it. But there really is a way to beat this market. If you have the right staff, the right team and the right approach and it comes out the money match. But it comes down to play a greater comes out to understanding. Every team comes out to understanding, you know, be into like Yes, Situational analysis where you'll see a team that a team that won two games in a row at home. Beat the spread twice goes across country, and they're playing a team that lost two in a row. It's a perfect example of overvalue on the value first market and you find incredible values playing a dog in that game at home, so I looked as I I just want you to know there's a million of those trends and stats and his ways to beat this business. But you've got to be consistent time is on our side. And if you play us for 30 days for free, you'll see that we're going to beat the number. That's the God's honest truth. I'm sorry. No, no. Yeah, Absolutely. That's that's why I wanted to bring it to you. You're absolutely right. But I wanted to get to this Pittsburgh Buffalo before we run out of time in this segment, Buffalo 6.5 Point favorite over under 48 1 o'clock. I think back to that game last year when the Steelers really needed a win last December. What a buffalo do Everybody thought this game the Pittsburgh would go in and win that game. Buffalo 26 15 loss on him. 35 almost 35 a half minutes for time of possession for the Bills offense. So what does that tell me? Pittsburgh has got to be able to run the ball. Time of possession will be key in this game. This is a Buffalo team obviously favored to win the FC East. They have now posted wins over Pittsburgh and each of the last two seasons. What do you see here in this game? Paul Nolan talked about having to run the ball. I mean, Devin Busch, you know, and then Najee Harris. I mean, this is going to take a lot of pressure off a big old Ben and look, Ben's obviously in better shape this year. There has been a long time what we said last year going into the season, his accuracy had been in question He had missed so many open guys to previous two seasons. Constantly hurt. He looked like more like a guy who was, you know, you know, coming in second place in your bowling league for a while, you know, wins every beer trinket and buffalo wing eating contest, but he looks definitely more healthy. But let's look strong. It looks more physically fit. I'm sure the T V 12 method has helped him a little bit, You know, but the end of the day. I mean, this is a This is a team that rebuilt its entire offensive line villain, a waiver gone. Uh, pal, she gone to Castro going filer gone. I mean, this is a they re built an entire offensive line, and they talk about getting way more vertical 13 14 mile an hour winds to me. It's It's just It's kind of strange that this game came in, You know, you know, last year, 41 points when and honestly, it was more of a slog game as well. It should follow. It should have been coming in around 34 35 points, you know, so I look at that offensive line being rebuilt, and I think to myself that that's the perfect recipe for keeping Ben In Czech down mode. I don't know how much Najee Harris is going to get. As obviously a rookie. I think they're going to have to probably limit his his, um what he's going to do I I wonder if that offensive line being rebuilt. Keeps Ben in just that in, check down mode and not getting vertical down the field. Yeah, well, that's why I like this shocking to me to him Talk along those lines and meanwhile, you know, Alan just keeps getting better, And that offensive line is outstanding. Williams Morris. Feliciano looks like he's about to break out your Dawkins. I I just I like this team in general. I think this team has done a great job rebuilding itself, not just through like slightly through the jet but through free agency. This bill's team is impressive. If you want this free pick, I guarantee it to win. Give us a call. Right now. Those of you interested the numbers Pittsburgh 10 and three at zeroed underdogs since 2000 and 17 Alright, it's the three winners. Dot net radio show. We've got more games to break down Triple 83663 is.
My Family Thinks I'm Crazy
"banacci" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy
"Next week santos banacci. I've reached out to santa. his work. Really put me on like it really opened the door trimming and yeah like i o. I o everything my works. Who did my work so different from him and jordan. But you don't chris from forbidden moose. Yeah that's actually one of the first places that i ever really his before i listen to podcasts. I would just like look for stuff. On the internet. And read books and i would always read forbidden. News articles never listened back then even though it was probably possible to. But i i yeah. That's i love that. So chris was at a conference in a ufo conference and jordan maxwell is there and he posted the picture facebook so i texted him and i said you have to tell about me. I've been trying to reach out to. I know he's old. I know he doesn't answer emails. I know he's got health problems. But i wanted to know about so. He liked told him all about me. You have my email which is really cool. And it's far santos goes. I've talked to many times. I do decoding of the book of matthew and i sent him at first and he wrote back he was like this is accurate. This is really good stuff you know. He's always been very he's always been very good very positive for be so i i owe everything. Most you right on law. I hope to have santos on the synchro mystic exploration of the ever expanding now my new patriot show and It's basically we split up in half seeing get half of it free and the other half towards the end paid for. But we're going into synchronicity. And the actual metaphysical psychology and tools. That you can use to change your life for the better. I mean syncretism and synchronicity. I wonder where the to collide. I know they're not actuaries. Ain't fish ranchos. Santos is an expert on gradually syncretism. I should say yeah. Yeah and that's that's exactly anew yourself. I mean you do a great job of adding those synchro syncretism mystic truths into your books. I mean doug aunt we don't have the time to read right now in my life. You know a fiction series of five books. But i'm happy to dive into them when i have time and i'll be sure to write a review and let you know exactly what i think. Mica 'cause i wouldn't want to sit here on rockford and bullshit you mike like. I've read your book. But i'm so happy and so gracious that you sent me the the ones that she did and then of course in our putting me in in the little acknowledgments there was so cool man. I'm i was so psyched. I told my parents late. Look i'm in a book my name you know. It's just it's so great and did they. They did they said of your parents. Still take your racy. I yeah i mean it will. It'll believe any of this stuff so it's hard to explain both my parents. My mom is super. My mom is religious but she's also super super spiritual like she does session. Work your that ancestral were. Yeah yeah. I'm i'm very interested in getting someone on my show to talk about that. Okay so it's basically like we now know that trump could be passed out through dna right and it's basically like working with the at the real world to heal the traumas of like grandparents in grandparents so that they don't affect you So my mom does that for me. You know so. She's very spiritual but she still religious. My daddy super religious. Do you think that's played a part in your ability to get in touch with that other side literally. I'm literally who i am. Because of my parents I never took religion. I never did. And now. I have a way to explain it right. I i feel very much the same way i mean. I definitely love my parents. You know. i hope people don't get that from the title of the show. I'd certainly do but in the ways that they're opposite to me. I recognize that those have been the factors in the forces that have shaped me to be the way i am and maybe a little bit of who i was before incarnated here lead through but i definitely think that you know touching on these subjects can put you at risk like high school middle school. Even i was always the type of person who was into things that other people weren't so for me. This is comfortable waters. I don't care of always kind of been iconoclastic even down to miami. I am six eight. I stand out. Typically six eight seashell. So jesus christ so yeah you. I won't be hard to find when we do meet up In long island. Mike us but yeah some after wear high heels. Do this practice. Yeah well please. If you could dress up that'd be great. Please dull but either way young man i mean. That's that's why i asked that question. That's why i try to highlight folks like yourself on this show to give people some familiarity in these unfamiliar waters and show people that you're not alone diving into these sub jackson. Ryo whiff if you put your mind to it it can come out to be something productive and like conspiracy theorists. Aren't these wack jobs that are you know. Living in their parents basement. You know cursing the world into their fifties. You know with nothing right. You've gained from it. I think so. Many people have changed their lives from the bat further. Better and you know in the back burner still believe in of this stuff even though it might not be their primary source of income getting into conspiracy theories as easily. It's not an easy way to go. But it's definitely not illegitimate it's sunny. And it's very valuable specially in this aquarian age so mica dude. We've been going for a little while here. I appreciate you stop and you know everything you're doing to join me. I know it was last minute but we had to make this happen. It's been too long back in february. Was our last conversation on the sheriff. So here i am now on rock finn and this is going to be the first episode we put on rock thin so dude and act which for joining me and like he said folks can get your books on amazon dot com and they can reach out to me direct right and i think that's the best way to do it. You know get that personal touch and also check mike out. He's not hard to find. You can find them on all media united where we have every appearance that he's ever done and more. I appreciate you being part of all media united and and just being a part of the family you know here and my family thinks i'm crazy air and all your immortalized in a book. Now since then. That's it island. Yeah and i hope to join you. In the ranks of arthur's one day is definitely inspiring. Thanks man. I appreciate it. I on wall. Hey i'll let you get back to your day. And i plan on seeing you in long island soon with that folks. Thank you for tuning in to the my family thinks. I'm crazy podcasts. Sports on rock thin and patriotic and all the other ways either way peace out. Join us on the journey my heroes. Thanks for listening. Aunt robot voices weird. Better join us on our patriot. If you want to say behind the scenes patriots.
How To! With Charles Duhigg
"banacci" Discussed on How To! With Charles Duhigg
"Talking about it. And that's our next rule. You need to talk about identity and different people's experiences mazarine and tim a right things. Like theater or movies are useful because they give specific examples and then launch a conversation. But that doesn't mean the conversation is going to be easy so when we come back we'll dive into how you can go from talking about this to taking action when the effects of implicit bias become apparent. Stick around this episode of how to is brought to you. By bush's beans finally glorious summers upon us and that means flipflops sunglasses short shorts and good old summertime fund and no summer meals really complete without the classic taste of bush's baked beans to the sweet slow cook center of the barbeque universe with the sweet taste of bush's baked beans by their side. The savory flavors of burgers and brought can reach delicious new heights. Bush's baked beans are secret. 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Tim a few years ago. Tim's theater was rehearsing for an updated. Production of a streetcar named desire and the director cast of black actress to play the upstairs neighbor and she asked him a rehearsal. She's like how is it that. I am living in the same space with this white woman. In what is our relationship light given stuff in the sixties. This is a good question since they took the play out of its original era the nineteen forties and set in the nineteen sixties which changed the racial dynamics and the director didn't really he was like. Oh i don't know. I mean you spreads you're just you know it's like he didn't he didn't wanna look at the way that race was interacting at that moment and i don't think i knew what to do in that space to support the conversation. I was just like oh that's interesting. I didn't even think about that so you didn't really say no i didn't say anything. It's it's hard to get past the the shame or the field feeling like you could have been better. Well but what would you say now if it happened today what would you say i. I know. This is a really interesting point and i think we need to examine this. This is absolutely relevant to how we are telling the story and what it means for this actor to be fully invested in their part and for their other actors to understand what the relationships in the space. And this is exactly. What now know because we've discussed the concept of ally ship right that when a black woman raises a question like this it becomes an automatic learned. Almost kind of response for a bunch of people who don't share that identity to be able to say i think that's a legitimate question and you can just change the power dynamic in a in a little group and i think that kind of thing can actually be done by really just practicing it until it becomes like pudding on your seatbelt or brushing your teeth in the morning. We don't think about these things but we do them because they've become bicho. It does take a little bit of boldness to speak up as a white male to speak about these issues. Because i know some people hesitate thinking. Oh i don't wanna i don't wanna be the white person jumping in here and giving my opinion. Yes yeah but it's it's got to be easier than for my dark skin husband to tell people that what they just said was sexist or racist and he does that all the time I think white people get tons of credit for speaking of these days and so if anything it'll only make them be more endearing young and i hope to that we're getting to a place where directors or people who have power in room can hear it can hear what might feel like criticism or rebuke and not. Make it about a personality thing. You know the ability to be wrong and to keep movie. I think is is something that's important goes along with this. Do you feel tim that someone could say to you. That what you see you know what you just said was transphobic. What you said was sexist. Do you feel you're prepared to handle that. You know people. I really love and no entrust do feel comfortable saying those things to me and in i really value it but it seems to be something that needs a certain quality of relationship now at the same time if i am saying some.
"banacci" Discussed on Throughline
"Mathematics would continue to flourish in the middle east and asia in the centuries after queries me and would be conquest and trade that the concept of zero would arrive in europe. I think it came westward. Saddlebags of most the arabic travelers on routes to the west bringing the abacus with them keeping it a secret because it gave them a power encounter relation over the people. They were haggling with arabic. Merchants had an all over the westerners they came to because they could do calculations with the macus based on zero but like most secrets. It didn't stay secret long. Near the end of the twelfth century and italian merchants son with a personal interest in math traveled with his father to the muslim world. His name was leonardo of pisa or fifth. Naci banacci fibonacci means the son of the good old boy. More like goodfellow. Okay son of the goodfellow. That's right okay. I got you when he goes to the east and mixes with cultures. He learns about zero and his mind was completely blown. That's right and he called himself be goal. Meaning blockhead if you look at the portraits of fibonacci survive. You can see them on the internet. They'll noticed this wasn't a physical description. It was something else. You've look at his face. i use all. That's the face of a ironist. Yeah he calls himself lockhead because he knows these things that is not legitimate to no not legitimate to know why well this is the eleven. Hundreds and much of europe is completely taken with the idea of holy war against the muslim world. The crusades the catholic church basically saw mathematics based on zero is simply dangerous sarasin. Bajic sarasin was a term used by europeans to describe persians arabs. Turks basically the brown muslim people from the east so the eastern world had learned to use zero to deal with chaos to create some kind of order but while that was happening. Much of europe has taken zero to be diabolic at a source of chaos and a devil is the spirit. The denies the gauging zero is at the head of the negative numbers zeros. The king of negation is emptiness is emptying the universe of meeting. That is the source of meaning mis-read mistaken mistaken as the source of chaos. Fibonacci is still considered a key innovator in the history of mathematics he created the banacci's sequence in which each number in the sequence is the some of the two numbers before it. So stay with me here. Zero plus one is one one plus one is two one plus two is three two three five. Three plus five is eight and so on into infinity. It's wonderful it's wild. Each number is some of the tube before it well da vinci one and a half centuries later recognizes that the pattern of branches on a tree are arranged it. Exactly that fibber. Naci sequence one one two three five eight because that pattern gives the greatest exposure of the leaves so sunlight order out of the chaos of nature. Fibonacci put his ideas together in a book called lieber about key or the book of the abacus in it. He argued that arabic numerals and mathematics were superior to their roman counterparts. His book had a big impact and probably influenced innovation from other european. Mathematicians like davinci yet all the he was careful not to get on the wrong side of religious authorities are no. I'm just under blockhead merchant from from pisa. Pay no attention to me. That's okay but you know the feeling the compulsion to.
The Kame House Podcast
"banacci" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast
"What shoes did she have on in her. Casket that's why your father hasn't any knees. He can breed glove boom. He can double dutch all right. Welcome to call me house this week. We talk about crystals foray into gundem ran needs a rewatch based sandy. And this week's recap of episodes five and six of keep your hands of iso can enjoy the show tommy house and we're ready to give you that scuba bob orlando's screaming. This is below. Hi i'm rid. this is crystal. I am incredibly like this. This is like a week. How'd you get here. listen My week is buried somewhere ashtray. You know what i'm saying is it makes it. I feel like he doesn't. But what i'm going to say is is. They went by a blurb at the same time. It was really slow. It's all about the about the about the feeling and i got you I feel like. I locate feel like malul addicted to my job. Why what you mean. I just think i am. I think i think the money and the fact that like good at it maybe the job and the fact that they do pay Yes what it is belong because this is the confidence i promise you. If you went to a different job was like if we saw getting paid for this regularly you'll be like just fine now. Is your we below. Oh shit yeah. It was fine. I got a new phone. I've been degraded for two weeks. Yeah going on nice nice to talk to people. Yeah i like. I think our love it It's i think the thing that aggravates me the most was fat the lake i could be onto it and i couldn't Hammer music playing anywhere. I go. I always have headphones in Have music playing 'cause I was so accessible like on my phone just like polo spotify. Like having a speaker have anything this locally saved on your phone. I couldn't even access that. I can access anything on my screen smoking. Damn it wasn't the right frame services a phone itself to get it and did some whole fucking shit who worry. I just need to buy from store next time. you know. It sucks no no. It does assume. Let me tell you what it really does when you are forced to pay for something really expensive and it's like mandatory mandatory or you have to you have to have your phone or your car insurance right Not car insurance never car insurance. Are you crazy. Dislike that some different esam. Shit you gotta pay and then you don't get nothing for it like you get like okay. You get money if a nigga hit you with a car but you don't get nothing for like something you can just tangibly having your hands. It's something really liberating about just knowing. Like i got. Gotta drop this money in being dr especially for something somewhere in the back of your mind you probably wanted anyways if you have a computer right and the ship breaks new. It costs some group. It costs a grip Got damn money gone. But at the end of the day you got this brand new toy play with That is what i think about in those types of situations it's bittersweet because this like fuck yeah saying this money but fuck are got the money and it's like ooh nagy play with this new ipad. I get to book around my new phone. we'll get. He said his damages chris. yup does feel yup. That's one of my rare moments of optimism. That i feel good. Now live this. Hopefully alphabet yagi my order rate. You know i'm back on grade Just been playing games all week. One of my game came out and Finish it all this. Is that the ranch water. I like it rich. Water is i mean. The one. I may i was scared. I was like That's i did fucked up to my friend. Today it turns out. I didn't you don't hear friend. So what about you your week. I'm the same as well as you. my weakest a little bit. I'm just going through some chaos in juice. It's a little bit above me though right a little bit. But it's a little bit above mid. I did have a silver lining this week. I think that life is about to give me a break. I pray the life is about to give me a break. I need it Buds if you know things go well. I am moving in the direction of my dreams net. Some crazy shit is crazy. Dan the look at it. That is some crazy shit and all the things that i went through last year. I i hope that the being able to you know working from home while also you know multitasking. Growing the podcast. I hope that like there. I hope all their work is help. It's paying forward now. Yeah because i would love to multitask with the podcast. And you know the other thing i want to do. But that's not business. I mean it's the friends business. Banacci friends business. Yes or no so if you know all goes well. Then the rest of y'all will be invited to the discussion but Fingers crossed fingers crossed. So the could listeners of yawkey sanjay girl. Some ju ju some prayers please do anyways. That's my chaos with a silver lining. Yup all right. Yeah first thing up is news what you got i this week. Not a damn thing. All right arthur discount. Oh yeah yeah. We talked about that before we recorded from my bed. What's his last name. his name was. Arthur he's read. It is free. Just god this nigga arthur andersen. That's the name of the show. Arthur andersen yeah. Let me say daesh you would you we. We let you say that. We can't stop. His last name was read. It's easy to figure it's our i. We oh wait a minute. So we ordered an author okay..
Music in Motion Columbus
"banacci" Discussed on Music in Motion Columbus
"My voice featuring ken. I'm gonna mess looking major maegerman at the j. is kind of a hard g is okay got got may you can call them precious. We'd like freshest cans. That's what he calls himself the duchess you cannot touch now. That doesn't surprise me with cats but world my voice From your album mask a fantastic track. And i love the. It's almost like a. It's it's a horse. That's it's not galloping. But it's not trotted eaters inbetween if that makes sense led the tempo in the beats and to me. That's just the way you kind of accent certain aspects of it. It's like i'm almost afraid to look around the corner. I don't wanna listen to your stuff like outside woods after dark with no moon. Have you seen the video. Yes i have okay. Yeah because it that might add to the the scary effect Video well the so. So the song. I'll tell you the story behind that the the song really is about just finding your voice having a voice having getting to the point in your life or your back against the wall and you've got no choice but to just you know let let it out and you know gotta lay down right so That's that's what the song's about but I met a young student filmmaker. aj banacci And saw a couple of short films one was called Why can't i think of the name. Anyways was short. The ritual the ritual and And it was just dark in black and white and You know kinda gothi like that and it was filmed at durand eastman park. I don't know if you've heard of that because you're from the area There's a there's a legend there about the white lady Who is roaming the park at night. Because she lost her daughter. Their daughter died in a car accident. And in this you know years and years ago it's just of urban folklore but there's There's an old mill. They're a what the the remains of a wall from an old mel the stonewall that they call the white lee castle and that's where the ritual was filmed an extra world. My voice was filmed. I saw his short film. And i said you know can we. Can we build off of this. And there's actually some she scenes from the ritual that are in the in the video that yeah so i kind of built that little story around it where i'm looking for things to sacrifice and then i sacrificed and I'm i'm hoping that it sort of parallels the sacrifice that people have made all through history on to have voice into give others voice all the thing is to have a voice in two inch. You use your voice you. It doesn't come easy you right Very very much and varying degrees of sect price. We've take another break unfortunately Hey couple back on the other side hear more about the over projects. Of course the world premiere is coming up. Don't go anywhere kids stick around this. Is the music show. Your mother warned you about bud. Light presents real men of genius gene. Today we salute you. Mr paranoid of the ocean guy wind surfing parasailing bodyboarding. Not you you prefer. Activities like flailing shivering and whimpering bravely you step into the water one wrong move and you could be pinched to death by a hermit crabs. Was that a piece of seaweed that brushed against your leg or a giant man eating ill so crack open an ice cold bud light though swimmer us minimus because someone has to man those shallow waters and that someone is you mr bush. Carter's georgia owned radio stations in town palm.
Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"banacci" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"They get all kinds of funding from the joint task forces and no. This isn't a bunch of is right on. Man bless tanks the joint task force anyway. They get all kinds of funding from them Things like the department of homeland security grants the edward burne justice assistance grant that gets civil asset forfeiture. I don't think they'll admit that they're getting a bunch of loot to do this federal enforcement but they certainly are. Yeah they are. They certainly are and i mean. We've seen it here in keene new hampshire just with the events of a month ago when to not one but two bearcats these tanks bearcats showed up at the free talk live studios equipped with battering rams one month ago a month and a day. Yeah and banged in the The windows the doors and the windows. They threw iron hooks through the top window and pull the window out the federal government program where local communities received funding to You know to cover a tank to this for the listeners. I just want to mention the town of keene new hampshire where this all went down. Twenty three thousand people thereabouts might be twenty five number but it's it's small it's quite literally a mayberry in new. It's a quaint news. In town is what it is slim to have to bear cats tanks if you will probably the other one in the neighboring county but okay but still like it just shouldn't happen at all banging people's doors down for you. Know a victimless crime. If a crime at all the lawyer says no crime at all our number twos are you tired of governments. Murdering people around the world stop using their money. There is an alternative. Bitcoin is a stateless. Free-market non-political currency. Bitcoin cannot be inflated or controlled by any government by using their money. You are helping the state. stop doing it. You have an incredible alternative available now learn it use. It spread it get started with bitcoin. Bitcoin dot com. That's bitcoin dot com. 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The numbers reflect that southwest border apprehensions are coming off the business month march in twenty years law enforcement agents here say we're now headed into what they normally see as the busiest time of year back in washington. Republicans are badgering the administration over reversing trump era immigration policies. Republicans say they want the white house to reinstate. The us remain in mexico policy. That was a trump era policy. And that's where migrants apprehended in. The united states are brought to mexico to wait for their cases to be decided. Fox's rich edison reporting meanwhile multiple shots were fired at west road small and omaha nebraska. Saturday leaving one victim dead and another recovering from a leg injury and the two suspects are at large and from security footage. Suspects fled from the mall. We are looking for those suspects. Were still working on. Identifying tenant new banacci from the omaha police department says omaha is a safe place and shootings unusual. Plus new corona virus numbers have been released and the pandemic has surpassed a significant milestone sobering figures that have been compiled by johns hopkins university. Show that over. Three million have died of covid nineteen worldwide and with setbacks in the global vaccination effort as well as an increase in cases in countries such as india france and brazil officials fear. Those numbers will only grow higher. But the true number of fatalities. They say may never be known. That is due to china officially concealing the number of cases and resulting deaths from the current coronavirus virus after it first surfaced and wuhan china in late two thousand nineteen here in the us over thirty one million of contracted covert over five hundred. Sixty five thousand have died from it. That's fox's carry mchugh. America is listening to fox news. You running a business. 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Patrisse cullors bought four homes for upwards of three million dollars. the founder herself is firing back. These claims calling them defamatory quote. I've worked multiple jobs across many organizations in my life. I'm also a published author a writer producer professor public speaker and performance artists. I love my working all of these areas. And i work hard to provide for my family. Fox's alex hogan and canada's most populous province ontario has retracted. Kobe restrictions that band playgrounds and allowed police to require anyone not at home to explain why they're out an provide their address a comes after backlash from health officials and police departments. Who say they won't be using their new powers to randomly stop people. Meanwhile the man responsible for the pdf file as co founder of software company. Adobe has died software so widely used you take it for granted. It's the portable document format better known as the pdf and sadly charles. 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Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast
"banacci" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast
"Right by that park. And so it's like a low income housing apartment blah blah blah. And so she will come out all the people all the and all the you know the homeless triay in the street trade and the pimps they all new hire and she will always be sitting down there just sitting on the bench talking and gossiping like all lady like just really talking air by. Hey how you doing your momma been doing. And she'll have like a rap not like this but similar to like a turban or something but in luxurious fancy as mu. That's kind of blowing on the ground in her bed and she would be a key key and she. She passed away too but But she was just a a staple in the community. Anytime you went downtown. You will see her. You see her sitting on that bench so seeing her there was kind of like. Oh that's ability. This is a queer person that i see that god a trans version almost kind of like non binary. Because she would. She would identify as trans. She would talk to the girls like we're sisters so it was just feel like she was coming out. Now she might be nonbinary. Banacci might just be training. Because you know what. I'm saying like a like Not a transplant. Buying any person but she. I think she would be more comfortable week. Going further athlete. I this is just me. Projecting what i think she might wanted to do but she was quite a inspiration just seeing those things and last but not least. I don't know if you remember on jerry springer like this is sometimes you got to look into some prob problematic problematic representation but just the fact that. There's nobody on there like you. Even those problematic representations are you know something and so one of those something there was this classic video of this trans woman who was messing around with this woman. Her name was britney and these and she came on the show once before but then jerry brought her back because it was so popular and her girlfriend. Her sister to girlfriend was pregnant by her. On the show and south brought these two sisters or girls on the show on the stage to talk shit to tell their opinion about britney so they come on the they come on the stage and they before they sit down. They do this like synchronized move talking about freak. How like both of them do it and pointed at brady. And as soon as they do it britney says bone and bass her. Y'all got to watch. It is a classic a super super classic very springer episode of brittany. So you start on youtube sergeant brittany or trans transsexual on jerry springer and it they get enough i. It's just a classic episode of jerry springer. And i loved it. I thought even automatic representation. I loved it. I'm praying nearby. Transsexual jerry springer whereas geico watch the real quick.
"banacci" Discussed on No Agenda
"At the good one. I hadn't heard that i like it. And it set would be show titled tackling kamli and she and there's collections a lot of collections on the internet of her just going worse than hillary. Hillary was a calculator right but but she was it was more. It was more circumspect. It was like it was. You can see what what hilary thought was funny at the moment You like the dead people. Somebody's died the died he died. That's great that's hilarious. So that makes sense but campbell is so she just cracks up the middle of nothing. She's laughing about this and that and it's all these crazy cackle sonata. Good look to be honest about it. She's not very serious. Let me see. I do see us of face bag link. Who was this wayne. Do pre asks if she's suffering from that now there's not there's not a long a right wing nutjob. I didn't get his job to white route. Wha i mean. I thought ring i thought about it. Because we've played this commercial. Commerciality replayed it. Yeah banacci mention. A dad is She could be suffering from something. That's causing this because when it happens it's really an outburst is not like Somebody said something funny. Well listen never when somebody says something funny well. Here is serious questions cracks up here to signs and symptoms. The cardinal feature of the disorder is a pathologically lowered threshold for exhibiting behavioral response of laughter. Crying anger all of the above. Getting she cry once yes an effect. I don't remember when but i remember clipping it affected. Let's see camel crying see. Come lot cry Crying reporter are you sure. I remember crying over. Some some situation is could now head some rally and somebody died or something. She was in tears. here this is very interesting and affected individual exhibits episodes of laughter crying anger or combination of these without an apparent motivating stimulus or response to stimuli. That would not have elicited such an emotional response before the onset of their underlying neurological disorder in some patients. The emotional response is exaggerated in intensity but provoked by stimulus with an emotional violence congruent. With the character of the emotional display for example a sad stimulus provokes a pathologically exaggerated weeping response instead of a sigh which the patient normally would have exhibited in that particular instance however in some other patients. The character of the emotional display can be incongruent with and even contradictory to the emotional balance of the provoking stimulus or may be incited by stimulus with clear balance. For example a patient may laugh in response to sad news or cry in response to stimuli with no emotional undertone she sick and it's and it can also be part of dementia. Would it be crazy if she's the one with dementia and joe is just slow an old. That would be great. That's no agenda material. But this is a problem because they can twenty-five joe but we can twenty-five camera right behind that does has she ever had traumatic brain injury stroke Probably not she has a daughter right bs. Women who have children have micro strokes. Yeah i've heard you mentioned this before. Well we but i think it's worth looking into. You know she is the vice president. She's in charge of immigration. How's that going well. They took her off that. Oh what. She's removed already. What she didn't like she was never there was a long. I didn't have missed clip of this great. This was They had a dana perino on with the money. Honey crypto cougar and they discussed how they how she was never really put on to never put on. There was no real task force which just kind of blunder that that she was looked like she was assigned. This was a horror it was a huge blunder was insulting. I'd say so they did. She's not doing at the moment. So then what is she doing what. She's not doing is moving into the into the vice president's residence. She's still not near this. Yes she is report very bothered that she has not. This may be part of her. Pba very bothered. She hasn't been able to move into her official washington residents over two months after the inauguration. Now you gotta ask yourself one. Is it because these renovations really are taking so long or two. She doesn't want to unpack where she's really going to be sleeping in a few weeks you tell me too. Good one you tell me. She says apparently the quote was. She's getting frustrated. Living out of suitcases for more than two months after inauguration day as she wanted to kitchen change in the kitchen brother according to two administration. Staffers harassed ask for work to be completed on the kitchen kitchen kitchen. Yep that's sign of someone who can't cook won't one of the other my goodness fun world out there. Okay good now. We have to follow this in the take long hit. I'm going to do this. That's right and i'd like to take this moment to say in the morning to you and thank you for your courage. The man who put the sea in the cackling. Emily ladies and gentlemen john c dora korean tomorrow ships booths and graphic near south to james nights out there in the morning to the trolls inaugural room. How you doing trolls to seattle there. Could you please put your hands in the air. So i can count you everywhere. Let's see we have two day. Whoa sixteen seventy seven. It is thursday but people either back to work or don't care seems low. isn't that low. I mean sunday was over two thousand. Which is what it should be to stain. Sixteen seventy seven. That's our standard numbers. That are standard. Okay all right. How's the how's the pbr. A good i'd like to. I'd like the pbr in the in the newsletter. You kind of get into it. Well i you know that that kind of fit into the newsletter. What it was about. Yeah i. I'd like to thank the did that. Pbr our camera is convoluted name. 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BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast
"banacci" Discussed on BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast
"Ozaki banacci machine go stories on gay issues paying stories wakabayashi funny stories and yoki bochy which agreed star. I get a feeling that nashi means stories. And yeah so excuse are pronunciations. I'll say that. Now because there's a lot of japanese throughout this and we are definitely not well-versed in machado got. I'm going to butcher some shit in and of course there are a number of supernatural stories. Some which we'll discuss today that discussed creatures such as yokoi monster spirits. You'll get into more later. Tango which are heavenly dogs and utes which are ghosts just a few oh urinary. Da along with the country's religions a lot of historical texas also basis for japanese folklore thalji for many many years like most cultures. A lot of these stories are passed down through oral tradition Storytellers would travel from village to village telling the stories along with providing illustrations of the sales. Oh okay that's fun. yeah One of these historical tax was completed in eight twelve Common era eight twelve called the koji. A records of ancient matters the kogi contained stories of the world's creation The origin of the gods in japanese emperor ancestry just for an example according to the koji in the beginning heaven and earth were formed from a permeable whose life then emerged from the earth. While in the heavens three deities appeared followed by two others which became the separate heavenly deities after them came to seven generations of the ages of the gods to singular deities and then came of that came from a substance floating us and five male and female couple deities. Wow in addition to jiechi there was also new hungry or not hunt sake. Critical of japan that was completed in seven twenty common era that in addition to myths and also is attributed to helping establish the genealogy of the imperial family. I did not hear any mention of Venus creating all of them. What eloquent tear felony. So yeah happy science. He created all of this shit. I keep thinking like at least the us creating thing. It just sounds to me like a metaphor for semen could be the like in there to just proper to talk about it. So it's the who's One thing that i learned. I thought his co. As in japanese culture everything in nature has a comey which is a deity or spirit which has resulted in a huge pantheon in which some claim there are millions of different commies sunol millions of dot. Communists is nice in regards to deities. the two. most important are easily. Doggy and his sister is of course to have created the islands of japan. And many of the gods and goddesses in addition to all the major deities and spirits there are also a number of minor deities called tango ten. You are mischievous deeds. That are said to be part. Human and part bird that live in trees in the mountainous areas and often played tricks on humans. But don't like to be tricked themselves One of the creatures that came from the buddhist tradition is that of the which is said to be more a more threatening group of spirits. They are portrayed as large horned demons that can transform into either both both humans or animals. And you've probably seen the masks. You see those often. Yeah the only can be invisible can steal human souls and are often associated with bad things such as death and disease Japanese folklore mythology is quite important to the japanese culture which can be seen in how it's represented in art drama literature and so on speaking of literature. Japan has quite an extensive literary history and has been credited in creating. The first novel called the tale of gingy. The first novel ever..
Reverie True Crime
"banacci" Discussed on Reverie True Crime
"Her he had worked as a quote unquote child prostitute and that he feared for his life noreen and john. Gosh were divorced at this time and john has no idea whether or not this happened what noreen would find on her doorstep. A few years later. Mike confirmed this story. The authorities only had her word to go on about what happened when she says johnny stop by. She still stands firm in her belief that johnny was kidnapped to be a part of a child. Sex ring and the investigation was only stifled because there were big names involved in what happened to her son and in the child sex ring the private investigator they had hired was supposedly the one that told her. That's either what happened or likely happened. I think ever since then it's been something she can't shake it definitely does make sense. But i don't think the pe-. I should have said that if he didn't have some kind of evidence to back that up johnny's parents still believe he is alive. Somewhere and i'll edge is because the i had told them this and they believe it so much they just can't explore any other avenue but maybe johnny really did show up and speak to his mom. None of us can positively say that didn't happen and at the same time it could have never happened. Authorities have not said the child trafficking or child sex ring. Theories are not possible but they simply don't have enough evidence to say that's what happened on september first two thousand six. Noreen claims that someone dropped pictures off by her front door. She posted some of these pictures on her website. These photos are disturbing to say the least. She says there's a black and white picture that is of johnny when he was twelve. He was bound gagged and had a human brand burned onto his shoulder. Another picture is of a man who may have been deceased with something around his throat. Noreen suspected that he was one of the people who molested johnny later on. Noreen would say the first two pictures were found on a child porn website on september thirteenth. Two thousand six a letter with no name was mailed to the moines police. It says quote gentlemen someone is played a reprehensible joke on a grieving mother. The photo in question is not one of her son. But three boys in tampa florida around nineteen seventy nine to nineteen eighty challenging each other to an escape contest. There was an investigation concerning that picture made by the hillsborough county sheriff's office. No charges were filed and no wrongdoing was established. The lead detective on the case was named xaluva. This allegations should be easy enough to check out. end quote nelson's alva- did confirm. The letter was accurate and he investigated the black and white and nineteen seventy eight or seventy nine nelson said quote. I interviewed the kids and there was no coercion or touching. I can never prove a crime in quote. There was a documentary that came out and twenty fourteen called who took johnny in the documentary and is told that one of three of the boys in the pictures were identified by police. Not the boy that noreen things is johnny. She still thinks it is johnny and the picture. There's a theory that suggest it was the work of pedophile working and the top branches of government and law enforcement sailing children on the black market and forcing them into prostitution pornography. Extortion and things that are even worse as humans. Isn't it easier to believe that such things could possibly not be true as we have learned through studying things like m. k. Ultra not saying. This is the work of the c. i. A. or anything like that. I'm just saying these things are well documented to have happened back in the fifties and sixties. It's a hard pill to swallow but it is one thing to take into consideration as it isn't in the realm of impossibility. There have also been rumors and conspiracies. That jeff gannon the white house. Reporter is johnny. Gosh no dna tests have proven this to be true at least as far as the government has told his right the last thing. I'd like to go over as paul banacci and the franklin scandal in nineteen eighty nine paul blamed lawrence e king junior. Who was an extreme advocate for the republican party businessman and a director of the franklin credit union in omaha nebraska of being in charge of an underage prostitution sex ring. He said that lawrence had been grooming abusing an oppressing him since he was very young. Paul said that he was lured in by this franklin pedophile network when he was only twelve years old. Paul was made to look over the boys that were brought into the rain. Paul admitted that he took part in the kidnapping of johnny. Gosh he said he chloroform. Johnny and the getaway car. Noreen immediately went to the jail to visit paul. She wanted to hear what he had to say. She said that. Paul told her things that only someone that had truly interacted with. Johnny would know the des moines. Police never interviewed paul in person despite the fact that he admitted he played a role in janis. Abduction the fbi blew off paul's allegations and chose not to follow any wounds that he had given everyone was made to believe he was a liar. Paul was assigned to psychiatrists by the court and they diagnosed him with multiple personality disorder. This was likely nurtured in him by the adults in the pedophile ring. If his story is true sodomy is said to play a vital role when trying to control children and to split their personality. There are many interviews with paul on youtube. That i suggest you watch to form your own On this in a nineteen ninety-three interview. Paul talks about being at the formation of the north american man. Boy love association and a boston catholic church. He was not the first person to ever blame. Lawrence for these dirty deeds. Accusations were made by girls that said they live with jarrett and barbara web. These two were members of the franklin credit union board. They were a part of the sex ring and would adopt many foster kids.