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"bensalem" Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

03:10 min | 8 months ago

"bensalem" Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

"I feel like we were taught as a kid like sciences this but we weren't taught that the science evolves and as data comes in science changes so you had some messaging in the beginning of the pandemic as it changes people are saying see they said this and now they're saying that with just a lack of understanding that as data comes in science is always evolving and changing right. Yeah i think that's a really excellent point. I think something that we've learned over. The last few years is that we really need to be teaching sciences. The process not science as the fax and so different educational systems will teach science differently. And so like. I remember when i was in catholic school. Sandy from in bensalem. Like i we would just like be copying line for line the science textbook but not doing science not learning the house and the why is and the process and so took college until i was really like doing that. And so that's something that needs to come earlier and one of the things i think is so important. Is that right now in our education system. We are We we separate people too early and we teach them different stuff so like we take the kids who maybe should be going to like the advanced placement or honors classes and we give them like rigorous hardcore science and math. And then everyone else we say. Okay we'll maybe scientists for you. Let's give you like some a watered down version of science. That's a real problem because even if you're not going to become a scientist you still have to have. I'm not saying make the classes super hard. I'm not saying like prep them to go to graduate school unnecessary but teach them scientists process and teach them like everything that sort of thing. Change the approach. So that you don't end up with the like the scientists and then a bunch of science less science literate folks and so we need to kind of build it back from the ground up people get good just going to say like you know. There's i think a thing that i'm coming across a lot and i feel like a lot of things is systems related and how our systems were broken and we didn't really realize it and this the pandemic i think the trump aaron general but the pandemic specifically has really kind of opened our eyes to allow things. Were really way. More broken than ever acknowledged. Do you do you think that again like is there. Is there a silver lining to our eyes being opened or are we so far behind the apl that you're worried that we won't get back. I tend to be an optimal generally. So i'm i'm glad that we're realizing it now. I mean i'm sure it's frustrating that it's taken us so long to realize what's wrong like even look at how we taught teach history right like we teach it in such a way that gives the idea that the united states history of the united states is like is wonderful and exceptional and no. It's a horror show from finish this. I.

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"bensalem" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"bensalem" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"They're paying strict attention soon enough to stop reading about restricting visitors making sure that individuals that do come in I checked the temperature checks or surveys they're doing social distancing the expansive cleaning I do think there are some places that are having bad experiences but you know that's happening all across our country all across the world all across the economy in general you know the communities are performing yeah the way above that monthly I think so it you know our our older loved ones they really do need us how can we connect with them when they're locked down and were locked down well we need other communities have always had some forms of technology and they're getting better at that so you know the extent no you're based in Bensalem PA going out of their loved ones are in the community and let's say Arizona the communities involved in our training up and and training the residents as much as possible on feeding stuff like zoom and I gad and and all the technology that you are getting much much better that is and in cases where you're located in the same community but they're not going to visit we have a new thing called window visions well you know you can let alone through the window it's not optimal but given what's going on the right thing to be doing so how do we make sure you know we might have so we might be in a situation in there I'm sure there are people who can who can definitely relate to this where they think that they need to get some extra care for the senior who is in their life for their mom or dad or for their grandparents and they're worried about putting them in a place where they could be exposed to so how do you as a care giver make sure that safety is top of mind for the people that are gonna be caring for your loved one what what let's just start by saying every single senior citizens situation and so you know nothing applies to all of them but you know as as the care giver you know for for for for the caregiver possibly a very stressful decision the staff about because we do it so your time in our lives thankfully and because we typically not that educated on this part because we don't do it so there are some great resources you know Karen dot com being one.

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"bensalem" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"bensalem" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Quiet I did not hear a phone ring with you that on this kind of put it out there has lived in a big scares me from cars that I believe that people need now my clothes in and I grew up in a family they owned electrical pneumatic in mechanical company that did our industrial construction all over the world but a lot of government so like to wait and be allows skin in Bensalem pipeline and online but then in nineteen eighty we got sent to Las Vegas and they were doing knowledge and a place called Melaka and then this area fifty one which at the time we did not like that one so long story short my father could never talk about it but a few years after that we had to take over the building of the Denver airport and within a very short period of time strange things started happening like everybody had to have these background checks in the government yeah he pulled secretive kind of stuff would be in the office and and so on and I would work for my dad in the in the summers between college years and also I was working there and long story short it you know if the fact I don't care if people believe it or not but they were knowledge of building an airport they were building underground for that was government control and it had to do with aliens it had to do with like reverse engineering of not only what would you call it commercial mechanical equipment or things that why who all.

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"bensalem" Discussed on The Confessionals

The Confessionals

09:21 min | 1 year ago

"bensalem" Discussed on The Confessionals

"Later and we've only up a little bit later. 'cause you know my girlfriend was here. She was getting ready for us and she was just Kinda here saying goodbye and we were just chatting for a while but I remember my eyes get heavy because I'm used to going to bed really early when my son goes to bed because I just go to bed when he goes to bed because I don't like being here at night by myself so I just go to sleep but it was a normal bed routine to you know what I mean. She left thought into bed you know put that up the podcast and I I know I fell asleep. I think it was border. Patrol agent episode is what I had turned on and I even sent you the proof like and I do think it'll tell you when you played when you listen to them what the hours were just a show like that's what I was listening to and then if you follow along you'll see that at one nineteen better visitations was the one that was playing Joe Yeah. I wasn't aware of it because I was sound asleep. I remember getting up at like four thirty in the morning to go to the bathroom and that's normal. I always get at some point in the middle of the night. Go to the bathroom and I'll get back in bed. The podcast always still be running but I turn them off then. I just go right back to sleep but I was fall asleep listening to them yeah. The title was the confessions of a federal officer yeah and that's when I probably saw to it and that was that it's not up to go to the bathroom. Chernoff didn't think anything of it you know and I and I woke up and my where my phone always is right there because I always keep it there because I don't like to keep it too loud and I always like my launches off in the morning. It was so weakened or not gosh and I mean when I woke up there. Were always that's always keep it like it's GonNa be pretty hard in your sleep to take it to all those those cheeto unlock this app go to this APP. Go to this APP component of tax insert. Send it now eventually right and you know I. It's funny because a that's a lot of process to go through can send in your sleep. I would I will tell you this. Maybe we'll give you a little bit secured even though I don't think this is probably this probably isn't what happened with you. I don't think you did this. When I was in college I would text my wife in my sleep deep and our texter these long bizarre text messages that just kind of ramble on about nothing and senator in the middle of the night and it was frequent for a while where I was just texting her in my sleep and didn't make any sense it'd be like I missed my dad and you know the car flipped over and you don't really remember doing eh on your own. She stay should be like why don't you text me weird messages last night what message. I look my phone. I don't remember texting you at all to do that. She he's just drunk text people and they were bad and I mean it was like I'll be like. Oh my God this isn't he thinks he goes. I know I know you're going to build out but then I remember saying to be aiming now. My trunk shrunk self is getting smarter busted the lead the text before I fall asleep that I I don't even know but yeah yeah people leave. It was my daughter. The last person in my techs laws oh she wasn't I mean she was pretty far down to so it's like it. It was yeah. It's thinking about it much because it's just so weird. It's so freaky and look on my boyfriend's face because he really doesn't get into that kind of thinking about thanks. He's real cut and dry you know black or white and he doesn't really think into things and when he he looks scared 'cause he's like what because you know the. I couldn't have done that myself. He knows nobody was here but I'm a six year old you know if I were you. I would talk to your daughter at some point. I really would and bring it up because I'm I'm just saying like there might be some clues. There had experienced. I don't know yeah maybe there's something telling you that she's next or maybe maybe she had some experiences that night that kind of that video all of a sudden made sense to her and if she told you what she experienced oh my gosh that all fits together now and you know all the paranormal thing the the the alien. UFO was the one that terrifies me. Why did that have to be either. One introduce yourself into my life and not bigfoot or something like that. I'll tell you what you're up. There in the Poconos bigfoot is up there. I I wish I would've thought the timing of a picture that my sister's FRY posed. She lives in town where I live one one winter. She's not into she doesn't she. She works for school district says she's very careful about you. Clicked on social media are making but she just said I'm just GONNA leave this picture here for Y'all Georgia so and I was like Oh my God that's a Steph watch and often I this was right after I moved moved and a lot of people say oh yeah they're up here. Better believe they're up here but I've never seen one. She took the picture yeah. I can send it to you. When we're not on the phone 'cause I can't do as we're on the phone but I'll say it to you and and the footprint she found the next that that night on her porch and the I guess like back portion even realized he goes well. They were up on my porch big giant. It's a prisoner snow on her portrait was right after we had our first huge bad snowstorm after I had moved to town and I was like Whoa it's Blackwood. Please send me those pictures out of a real clear picture but when you look at it you know can't be anything else like it's pretty obvious when you see the footprints but I don't think it's something that you put on. TV and people were like that's great evidence but you'll see you'll be like yeah. I forget what comedians Said said this but he's like maybe bigfoot just blurry and that's why we always have blurry pictures of big foot could not but it's interesting but I'm I would. I would love to spot not up close but I would love to but now the aliens have to come to mate. T's just my luck of course well listen we ramble on and on about this experience because is there's so many different and right and I would love to just kind of talk back and forth about this because I feel like the more I talked to you. The more details tells them uncovering but I don't. I don't know where we're going to go with it but I think that this is something that you and I could definitely keep in touch about because I if you have any new information and I would love to hear about it but let's move in this has had experience okay so this is you know another week or so path fits. It's this initial contact with you. Blah Blah Blah. I'm still binge listening and I was listening to an episode where you were talking about how oh you were listening to something in the car with your wife and that whatever you're listening to spark her memory that she had experienced a happened when she was little and it wasn't until mostly through the episode. I realized Oh my God me too Oh here's what it is okay so when growing up my dad is from the south and his whole family lives in Florida or Georgia and as a child we often would go down. you know to the my great grandmother had very I don't WanNa say too much because I don. I want to respect my dad's prior to his family's privacy but very They're very wealthy. You have an estate in the middle of an Orange Grove and it's an old Spanish style architecture. It's very open breezeway this that and the third huge and even when you're a little child is even much more grand than it is. my dad's family. I of course I you know we didn't have them as well as my mom didn't know them while at all 'cause we didn't see them very often and they're a little more stuffy not very or and so it was Christmas. I think I was three years old. Three we go was almost four so it was Christmas and we spent Christmas in Florida instead of at home because we went on a cruise some Caribbean cruise for Christmas but we we spend a almost like the whole Christmas break in Florida at the family estate. My Grandmother's and I remember it was an an good evening where it was just my myself my sister who's a little older than me and my mother my dad my grandmother his but the rest of the family had gone out some dinner or something everybody was out of the House and it was just the three of us in the house and like they're made and like I said there's a lot of hallways breezeway all through the outside and it just happened like amazed to a little three year old. I remember that we were in the guest room and my mom is wrapping Christmas presents. She was actually teaching teaching myself. My sister and I had a presence properly and I got bored so I kinda started wandering right out into the hallway. I feel like I was on some type of like little scooter or something they you must have had like a little toy thing that I was playing on. Can I remember going out of the door and looking to my last. John was pretty long hallway and at the end of the hallway. I see a very very tall man now. All of my all depends are extremely tall so that wasn't even odd to me because my dad was six four. I'm five nine nine his brother's six four. You know very tall people at but it was so it was dark was evening in fact. I think my mom was watching the Carol Burnett show if I recall correctly so it's dark but there's a lot still light in the hallway little bit luminated from you know different lights in rooms that you know but I see a very very very tell me about the thing was I noticed that he was dressed.

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"bensalem" Discussed on The Confessionals

The Confessionals

08:42 min | 1 year ago

"bensalem" Discussed on The Confessionals

"Something I'm concerned about here. because you know back in I think it was like the early fifties mid fifties. Maybe the sixties I can't remember what the movie it was called but it's like one of the first movies that was about like alien invasions and and implants and things like that and I think this is where the idea came from but I don't know if it's held up through people's real life stories but in the movie I think the implants that were for being put into people were like these little needles and they were all put in people's next and stomachs and I I know that I've heard people having implants in their arms their legs but also the stomach and it just makes me wonder sure if this is a big if I'm not saying you have an implant reductions if there wasn't a scenario and you were implanted obviously there's technology involved that you know as beyond our comprehension at times and is it possible that there's an implant that is activated the times and that's a sign of the activation where you're actually setting off these alarms. I see what you mean actually in yeah maybe they just they activate it when they need to Paolo. Uso whatever its purposes and then maybe there's they're not interested in whatever it's it's put on hibernate was was there anything different or that stands out in your memory when the during that time when you were setting off these security systems and stuff. was there anything that you noticed different about life. Is there anything that was Kinda list. Any of it is peculiar. I don't think so I really don't There's actually a pretty nice on to be honest. I don't know I don't really recall call anything. I don't recall any serious mood changes or you wounds unexplained wounds or things like that. You know that you know I it just it just it was just strange on it wasn't long after we moved up here to Monroe County. We moved up here in November and so like I said this happened right the following spring and Yeah I noticed that Turkey hill because you don't really hear the alarms they're very often and I think they only had have them for like the differently cell phone chargers and things like that that they sell them. Not many people buy them. They're so expensive there and I just you know why I keep setting this thing off at Turkey hill. Oh you know and like I said we eliminated every variable over a month's time I ask what it could possibly be was it every time that you went into a store pretty much pretty much in or out interact and it was really bad up at the outlets because I mean every store and I mean and there. It's not like there's a lot of Fafsa they'll. They'll look like I'm sorry. I don't know what it is. It's and like I told you that at the Michael Kors store they through my bags. I through L. and I walked through and that things starts going crazy. I said see I told you because I was trying to figure it out. I was asking them like some stores that wouldn't go up on but like a lot of stores that did and it's odd that going in and out it would go off and just like that just stopped went away but it was was when he my friend got that RFID scanner or detector out and it was going off in that garage right at my gut like right around my belly button and everybody's is looking like Oh my God like what's going on. I thought maybe I swallow. Sometimes you swallow thing somehow and they take a while to just. Maybe back got. Some kind of weird meddle in mayor who knows I didn't want it wasn't that to me was just odd and I didn't really get that stressed out or anything for it. I just thought it was odd. Oh Yeah it's definitely odd just when you look at putting things together and a timeline sake the for the first thing that that you remember is the UFO but you don't remember using Aleve and the way you described it does sound like this time loss and then like Ryan like that. Ryan had like time slash and I hope that he hears this. I hope that he knows that there's confirmation yeah that that's a historic. As soon as I heard that I was like wow that's what I saw 'cause I never per too many the Uso stories about something being that large where it took up the entire sky and it was so wow low like right about far above my roof right right and and so you have that happen and then the next thing. Is this weird video where I'm just GONNA say somebody other than you who took that video and send it to your daughter and her that earlier that night you had J. Merckel. Call you and the reason why I asked you when we I talking what the area code was is because my brother is Jack and I. I wanted to just see if there was a a a synchronicity there because he he runs around the entire side of the state with his company. He has a pest control company and I just wanted to Z. Like if there was any connection there but then you have that video happened after the the phone call and then you have the next episode is his bedroom visitations which the subject of that show is weird because you had you had something happened in your room and I didn't even know what it was either until you just call me and with the background of the UFO sightings and the possible abduction and now you're setting off alarms and if that was back in two thousand seventeen but like say yeah it does all fit into the whole idea when I'm describing this. I'm sitting in the right time line right like everything happened. In this order right. Well won't be. Oh you know but just see that the setting off the alarm thing that was in two thousand seventeen that was like may made August two thousand seventeen is what that was of happening but the the the seeing that the USO memory from Salem at that was like two thousand eight two thousand nine okay. I just did a quick google. Search just typed typed in alien implants sets off security alarms and there are a couple of forums that read. I set off store security systems off. I keep setting off shop. anti-theft theft alarms setting off security alarms so I didn't read any of these these but it looks like there's other people with possible same situations. Sion's abduction related or what I haven't read these yet but it might be something for now never mind you. Don't look into it so I'll look into you. Tell me when we first we started getting two thousand fourteen and she used to tell me how like at bite it used to scare him when we'd sleep because apparently I cry when I would sleep. I would twitch soul bad like jumping twitch that he started thinking something was really wrong with me like medically and he said you know you see people twitch when they slave. It's normal but he said amy. You don't understand what you do when you sleep and I he's like it's almost like it's an electrical geico thing like it is. I've never seen anything like it. You'd sometimes do all night and it actually made him worried. He didn't know what was going on with me. He thought you know. Do you take a medication. What is I was like. I don't know I'm not aware of it. At all that I mean it was like for the first year that we were dating that. He's at. I used to do that and it used to. He would it'd be scared to go to sleep because me twitching with like startled him and then it would scare him would stay up all night worrying like. Oh my God look at our what's wrong with her. He said I don't do that anymore. But that's kind of odd to all right so let me ask you a question. I just saw the night that the video was shot of you. You said you went to bed around ten. o'clock right can thirty something like that yeah. I know I was falling by ten thirty. I know that earlier. You said that you tend to be up late at night because because the kids are in bed and you can do things relaxing flint. That's before the two thousand eight hundred thousand nine when I had that memory thanks but this was back the debt like before. I moved up here but when I lived down in bed before I had that experience with that crafts that that vision that memory I used to love the nighttime. It's didn't stand but I don't i. I'm really earliest nighttime. I want another adult in the house like I was telling my friend that night. I had a friend here. She left is when I went to bed when you went to bed that night did you. was that like a normal timeframe for you to go to bed or were. You like extra yeah. It was pretty it was pretty normal. I know it was I think it was weekend and so my son didn't have school school. 'cause I remember you know not beat you could he was up a little bit.

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"bensalem" Discussed on The Confessionals

The Confessionals

08:50 min | 1 year ago

"bensalem" Discussed on The Confessionals

"Contact section and you can reach that way as well. I that works for me just get older and if you're interested in having more shows per week go to the confessionals podcast dot com and hit the joint button and become a member we put out an extra show oh every Thursdays for members only so if you're interested in that go ahead and check it out so we got a cool show coming up here for you guys this week. We have amy coming on the show show and she's a local woman to me. She's from the Bensalem area and I've talked about Bensalem before on this show. We're talking about today where I saw a foe in Bensalem and actually no no. I didn't see the UFO and Bensalem. I read about the phone. Ben Salem and I saw the outside of Benfield anyways. We're bringing amy on the show and I'm really excited about having her talk about. I her experiences because it's going to be talking about different abduction scenario. She's been through an even things taking video of her with her phone while she's sleeping very very trippy stuff. I'm really excited about it but before we get to amy we're going to bring on. Scott here because Scott and I are working on a collaboration where we're going to bring into US starting starting today. The confessionals beard oil series so Scott. Hey doing man I'm doing man. I'm doing good. I'm really excited about these beard oils. I I when I first started the podcast huge beard and I did. I was a judge in different competitions. I entered my beard and competitions. I reviewed beard oil and bathrooms and things like that. I was always in fact when I started the podcast I had a huge pile of boxes stacked against my wall in this room right now of products that I was supposed review and I never did never did never got around to it but either way I was really heavy in the beard game and I always wanted to I have my own beard oils and so you contact and you're like hey man I gotta I just found out about your you know love for beards and I have a company and Yeah I'd love to work with you on something. I could send you products. Check out and I said yeah go ahead. Send it over and beyond that you Scott I after reviewing so many products you get used to the fact that most products suck you know like most products they do. They suck either. It's either they have awful sense bad marketing or the the quality of the product is bad. You know so it's like if you have good quality sometimes the sense suck and the marketing sucks. Maybe the marketing is great but the the quality audie sucks in the sense sucks to hit. All three is very rare and so you send me the stuff and like okay you know. I didn't think anything of it. I got the package and I SIP or a couple of days because I was like I'm busy when I opened that up and I saw the different sense that you had. I was like holy crap like the marketing itself just stood out to me. Yeah I mean it was unbelievable. The marketing aspect of these things so what you sent me where four different sense one was called morning Joe and you designed it to look like a a starbucks logo and I was like that's cool and then there was one that was called the fade which is like a barbershop look to it and then there's the bubble are there was what double-trouble Bubblegum I'll tell you what man I was really impressed with the marketing aspect of things I like well. He hits the marketing but we'll see about the scent when I opened the bubble gum. It's I was like I wanted to. I wanted to taste it like that's how good it snowed and I was like holy crap and I went through these sense and they all all smell mazing like the morning. Joe Literally smells like coffee. I was like holy and so I wanted to ask Scott before we get into. The sense thinks that we're going to be launching for the confessionals. How did you get involved in making beard oil well. It was kind of a It's it's been kind of a long journey to be honest. I was I got interested. I found some products on Amazon or something like that and I've always grown kind of Apache beard so I was looking looking for products that would help fill in some some areas and maybe take care of some work that genetics down but everything I tried. I don't know it just didn't work or or the sense we're all generic and everything smells it a pine tree type thing and so I don't know I just did some research and found out the the big carrier oils get ingredients and stuff to news and I wanted to kind of create something a little stepping outside the norm as far as you know sent profiles and stuff of that nature does so it's been about a year and a half now and I don't know doing well absolutely man so what the audience is getting through this show is beard oil three cents and the sense our dog man sasquatch and Specter and I'm telling you do like I didn't have any doubt in my mind that you'd make a good product with with my face on it with the logo but when you send it to me to try I was blown away and so my two favorite is sasquatch and dog man those are my two favorites cents and when I first smelled them SASQUATCH was my favorite and then I didn't try sasquatch watch on though I just smelled it and then I try and actually put the dog man on and I was like Oh this is great. This is my favorite and then I put the sasquatch on later and my wife smell the sasquatch on me and she's like Oh. I really like that not became my favorite then the wife likes it then I love it so yeah and so that's the thing I mean with these sense. I mean people that are listening. You're you're not. GonNa put these on feel like you just walked out of a dumpster. You know if you're you get the SASQUATCH like it's not like you just rummaging through you know trash and you're going to smell like a big big foot or you know dog man. You're not going to smell like a wet dog walking around the house you know so it's more than names attributed to the show show the most stuff but these things smell great and I'm really excited about it so if people are listening are interested if you've got a beard you're definitely we're. GonNa try these products okay and there's guys that I know have you know big long beards and they're like Oh. I don't put anything in my beard well. You're silly then because because your wife would really appreciate if you took care of your facial hair because do you wash your hair yeah. Do you take care of your hair. Yeah well you take care of your beard hair as well and so that's that's that's my pitch to people. Never I came across people because they're like Oh. Why do you review products. I'm like well because I have a beard and I use products and they're like you actually put stuff in your beard. I'm like yes like it's like asking me. Do I wash my hair. You know guys if you got a beard. You're definitely going to try these beard oil sense and ladies if your man has a beard definitely buy these for his birthday. Christmas is coming up right around the corner and if you don't know anybody the has a beard and you don't have a beard by for yourself because I'm telling you these sense smell so good Scott. Would you say that you could actually take these oils and put them. I'm an oil burner and have as a fragrance in the house and that's what I've been telling people. Would you back me up on that or no yeah absolutely I actually I do it myself since I'm that's what I'm saying man like I wouldn't recommend that for all beard oils but for this I was like holy crap. You'd literally have oil burner and it would make the house house smell amazing and so you know even ladies if you want grow the hair on your legs in your armpits and telling you you're not going to be disappointed but I just wanted to Scott. Thank you so much for coming at me and asking me to be part of this because I'm I'm just this literally was a dream. Come true for me like I can't tell tell you how much I've always wanted to have my own sent line and I finally have it. Thanks to you and I really appreciate it and I'm really excited about dropping these so they are on sale right right now October first two thousand nineteen so if you want to get a look at the beard oils that we're coming out with go to the confessionals podcast dot com hit the store button and and scroll down to the bottom you'll see the sense right there and when you click the images to go ahead and purchase your beard oil ill redirect you to Scott's website and Scott. What is Your Website Anointed Aka Dot Com anointed AK DOT COM and there you'll be able to purchase any of the sense and go ahead and check account the other sense that Scott makes and stuff but if you're going to buy something office Scott that's not the confessionals sent I will hunt you down so definitely definitely purchase some of these sense that were coming out with but Scott thanks a lot man I really appreciate it and I'm looking forward to people getting these oils and and sending US reviews absolutely man. Yeah I appreciate. It's been a fun time together and I really hope everyone enjoys him absolutely so definitely check it out everybody and and let's get to this week's interview. We have amy coming up right after this coming. Thursday's members audio trailer. Let's go.

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"bensalem" Discussed on Rotated Views

Rotated Views

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"bensalem" Discussed on Rotated Views

"And you know, I it was just we're like, let's just get the trucks out of here yet. And you know, even the business. I don't know how long we're even going to be here. Yeah. We were looking at a place in Bensalem. We were looking at diamond furniture. Okay. No. And I know my brother went up there street road out right on perfect location is. Yeah, you know. Hydrate their storage facility and turnpike's three miles down the road. You're gonna move the Bensalem, and they basically shut us down. They you know, you could have went to the variance hearings and all that stuff, but they said to run a storage facility in Bensalem township. It'd be a great business for this township. But it has to be on five acres land. Not three. Jeez. And they shut down. They shut down rural farms to, you know, a lot of pool up here. Yeah. Shot us down. So there's other buildings, but I mean for a storage facility like that building would have paid for itself on a couple of years, and they wanted a lot of money for like two point three million for well, you know, but you know, there's other buildings we haven't really figured that out yet. But you know, once we get there. We'll do that. Yeah. I I have a question for you talked about, you know, one of the biggest challenges keeping your guys around. And now, you have guys at work on a seniority system through those kind of tough times, you talked about you know, almost losing a business. How'd you keep your guys loyalty where they friends or? I mean, you know, what was it about it that that kept them coming, you know, everyday for work. Some of them are some of them are friends, not not a lot of them. There's there's only a couple that are friends that have been here from the beginning. Right. You know? And we do we run through guys, you know. And they don't realize what it is because moving a little different than than your regular nine to five. It's really hard to keep guys if they're not a mover like you have to be cut from different club. Like, for example. Most people go to work every day and their shift is. From this time to that time, and you have a fifteen minute a thirty minute break moving not like that today. You might be on a one bedroom apartment that's two and a half to four and a half hours or you might come in the next day. And you're on a two truck six-man move. That's twelve to fourteen hours here it fluctuates so much. But that's the hardest part about even keeping guys. So if you're not used to that lifestyle a lot of people can't adjust because you don't your family life struggles, my family life struggled even running a business in general. You're like, oh the level of just with that. It's crazy. And you're like, oh, I'm gonna make all this money. It's going to be great. And this and that and then I don't wanna work forty hours anymore. Now, you're working eighty to one hundred. Chapel. Right. You think you're changing it for less time? We're.

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"bensalem" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"bensalem" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Is it does give us that point? Or when we have no other clues, and then it points direction, and then we bring in traditional law enforcement techniques, the oh to kind of feel the deal and to get a conviction, and again, most of these people a lot of criminals, confess the crimes. So once you tell someone we have your DNA at this crime scene. We have your DNA, and it's mashed this believe it or not they confessed these. Grassle? Yeah. That was me. That was me. Yes. I did it briefly before relinquish you. And I know I gotta let you go run that big police force of yours. You know, there's some people who say look what we're doing is sort of backwards engineering suspect, yet take the thing. You swab it. And then you go find and see if there's something they may have done somewhere before they even charged with something. How do you address that concern? That we're taking your DNA to see if they've committed a crime yet sort of saying, well, they may not be suspects in these other things, but let's just sort of throw it out there and see what comes up. Oh, we do that every day. We're doing we're taking DNA from people that we arrest for one crime to see the hits linked to other crimes as I started off a while ago. People just don't make one crime and they're done. They're not committing a crime to pay their electric Bill because they fell the I in this month, the committing crimes for other reasons. So if we have other unsolved crimes, which we do when we finally get the suspect, and we take swab and put it into the to the rapid machine it will link to our database, and we're not talking about a code is database now we're talking about a local database it a link to that database, and it will show a hit. And we're talking about a credit labs. We use boaty technologies that alone in Virginia. Which does a lot of backlogs for many other KOTA slabs throughout the country. We're talking about ask clutch certified laboratories, not some guy that just opened up shop in his basement. We're talking about real labs with all the certification. To go along with it that everybody else uses to put into coats to begin with. All right. And you hearing there the voice of Fred Herron, director of public safety for Bensalem township police department in Pennsylvania for thanks so much for joining us today. Thank you. And now joining us from Los Angeles is Lisa holder. She's the interim legal director for the ink will Justice society in Oakland, California. She's the the Justice society, I should say is suing the state of California for collecting the DNA of people who are arrested for alleged felonies. But never convicted Lisa's also has their own private law firm and teaches police accountability at UCLA law school, Lisa holder. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you for having me, David. So I want to talk to you a little bit about these. You've been hearing the issues we've been talking about today, you have concerns over DNA, and I want to get to your suit against California in a moment. But when you're listening to this conversation. What concerns what concerns arise for you? And what hopes to rise for you? Well, I'll see there. There are several concerns that are right for me. The first concern that I that I have is just the over dependence on technology in policing and the movement away from community policing..

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"bensalem" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"bensalem" Discussed on Here & Now

"Ficials mayor council whoever's overseeing the chief says we want to be aggressive with illegal immigrants could mean calling up ice when they arrest someone in the country illegally as five police departments in southeastern pennsylvania reported they do none besides ben salem agreed to an interview ona's faqih me with the of pennsylvania says turning someone over to ice when they look like they could have been born in another country is illegal to speak very clearly and plainly what we're talking about here in crack this is a problem is racial profiling she's also concerned about a chilling effect that victims or witnesses of crimes may not cooperate with local police if they fear their loved ones could be deported lorraina i allah is a us citizen but not everyone in her family is she spoke at a recent bensalem council meeting where more than one hundred and fifty people came to protest ramping up cooperation with ice i have seen many of my friends and loved ones arrested in just really but my hope has always been that the law enforcement will continue to protect us we'll continue the right thing she told me later that her uncle ended up in ice custody after being stopped by police for rolling through a stop sign fear now keeps some of her family members from going out and it stories like hers the give people like warminster police chief jim donnelly pause about whether or not partnering with ice is a good idea that i would have to vet death through all my stakeholders meaning by board of supervisors my community my department people that are all going to be involved in what's going on he says even if he wants to help ice more there may not be enough manpower to go around in his small police force his officers are tied up enforcing traffic laws and solving local crimes for here and now i'm laura bench off.

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"bensalem" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"bensalem" Discussed on Here & Now

"The suspect picture may change very soon and in terms of the victims we're learning more about the injured from yesterday's sidewalk bombing two men in their twenties that's right yeah two men in their twenties from southwest austin they are said to be in good condition at this point but we honestly don't don't know much more about them i know police have been trying to protect their privacy in terms of in terms of allowing media access to them that's matt lauer g of k ut joining us from austin with the latest on the bombings and attempted bombings matt thank you you're welcome well you remember when president trump called oakland's mayor libby chef a disgrace after she warned of impending rates by federal immigration agents there are communities working closely with immigration and customs enforcement officials to be h wise laura ben shaw reports on what's driving these collaborations in eastern pennsylvania in two thousand nine a police officer arrested a man for shoplifting more than three hundred dollars in merchandise from kohl's department store in bensalem township in eastern pennsylvania a crime that would usually result in a fine or short jail sentence instead open the door to something else said bensalem police department public safety director fred heron and we found during the course of the arrests that he was in the country undocumented whatever the politically correct term is the moment and we had called ice just to see if they were interested and they were hearings officers process the man and then in his.

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"bensalem" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"bensalem" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"In these people need to get shipped out of this country and if they come back again uh you know their family member shouldn't be able to cross the border i mean i'm sorry but this is this stuff is insane i don't know why people are against what we're doing i i don't understand voter satellite fred they want voters democrats want voters republicans want cheap labour that's why i gave it to you well that true and and that that would voting in the in the city thin and the elected official there that's what they need but you know the crime my job is to stop them and not have a committed crime tomorrow and it'll be a fantastic road i'm telling you what i it wasn't more than three weeks if the i went to the inauguration and it wasn't more than a a couple of weeks later that we got a call from my saying hey we're back in business and these poor guys and gals award doing anything for seven years and uh or eight years rather um but now they're back in business and i think they're overworked in overweight they need more people now got that's that's government hiring that i'm in favor of i got a quick question i gotta go but a quick question what is the public reaction with no exaggeration the regular run of the mall run out i mean run average per cent on that you've been able to talk to are they happy that this type of enforcement cooperation is being done the average person that we tell we're doing this they are there in favor of it there they have no problems do we could do to prevent crime and in some ways in this country uh illegally they're all for us deporting them and that's the people that i come in contact with uh you know uh my my four grandparents came into ellis island so they did the right way frederick aaron we really appreciate the right director of public safety and been so i saying that right bensalem pennsylvania are ben ben salem ben salem bensalem pennsylvania uh we really have we really appreciate it into an thanks to all of those men and women in.

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"bensalem" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"bensalem" Discussed on WCTC

"To a public official and that's unfortunate be reverberation immediately people won't do it i'm very much opposed to sanctuary cities they greed crime this a lot of problems they we have to world the fun on the on california in many ways is out of control is you know obviously the voters agree otherwise it wouldn't have voted for him sanctuary cities well what they do as they've actually put the interests of illegal emigrants ahead of your interests whether it's your interest in having a public school that functions without undue burdens of uh multilingual multi challenged illiteracy overcrowded classrooms health care system burdened by people who walk in the emergency room they can't pay but you end up paying with higher higher fees higher outofpocket costs because that cost to spread to you what we've seen and crime homelessness uh any number of social pathologies cheap labour displaces hardworking americans are these these sanctuary cities politicians again donald trump has forced their hand and now we see what the priorities are luis gutierrez retiring from congress well he said then he represented illegal emigrants he actually said that oncamera this is his community so i guess to having a community of law breakers is is cope ascetic if you're in the democrat party trump exposed all this you see this was really useful for the voters to no transparency is a good thing in politics because you you now see where people stand jeff flake john mccain all these people that's good stuff but not every municipality locality is just continuing to stamp its feed and remain as a sanctuary city inla in risk it's funding for the federal federal government fred hereon is the director of public safety and bensalem pennsylvania and he's one of a dozen of the local police departments there who are now working directly with ice under president trump's new partnership programme which what it should be a federal state local partnership to crack down on illegal immigration he joins us now and it's great to talk to you fred how are ya a good great to talk to you thanks for having me i was talking to a security guard the other day and as i just met him and i always say to him he's like to talk to the people working behind the.

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"bensalem" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"bensalem" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"You qualify that's eight five five sixty six laura sir what are the words ifor said he has often been misinterpreted it's for us first and foremost about public safety he if he give your information to a public official and that's unfortunate to be handed over immigration merely people won't do it on very much opposed to sanctuary cities they breed crime this a lot of problems they wh we have to world the fun fun california in many ways is out of control as you know obviously the voters agree otherwise one sanctuary cities well what they do is they actually put the interests of illegal immigrants ahead of your interests whether it's your interest in having a public school that functions without undue burdens of uh multilingual multi challenged illiteracy overcrowded classrooms health care system burdened by people who walk in the emergency room they can't pay but you end up paying with higher higher fees higher out of pocket cost because that costs to spread to you what we seen and crime homelessness uh any number of social pathologies cheap labour that displaces hardworking americans are these these sanctuary cities politicians again donald trump has forced their hand and now we see what their priorities are luis gutierrez retiring from congress well he said then he represented illegal emigrants he actually said that oncamera this is his community so i guess they're having a community of law breakers is is culpa saddek if you're in the democrat party trump exposed all this you see this was really useful for the voters to no transparency is a good thing in politics because you you now see where people stand jeff flake john mccain all these people that's good stuff but not every municipality locality is just continuing to stamp its feed and remain as a sanctuary city in live in risk it's funding for the federal federal government fred hereon is the director of public safety and bensalem pennsylvania and he's one of a dozen of the local police departments there who are now working directly with ice under president trump's new partnership programme which what it should be a federal state local partnership to crack down on illegal immigration he joins us now.

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"bensalem" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"bensalem" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Caught and here's here's the evidence knocked down the took points on that note got to do it anyway settlement provides the congregation the necessary zoning approvals on account creation it's a muslim called approval to build the mosque and proscribes other remedy remedial measures the the congregation must still obtain approval from the town and various county and state regulators now here's the good part federal law protects the rights of all religious communities to build places of worship free of discrimination said john gore acting with the doj civil rights division hung this agreement ensures that all citizens of what's called bensalem at has been salem township may freely exercise this important civil right this whole thing started with the obama administration and you right now now got the department of justice under donald trump backing up and supporting uh but says the department intervene of longrunning dispute two thousand sixteen so in other words this was an obama beef and now sessions and the department of justice are standing with the obama administration ruling and standing against the people in pennsylvania and so we don't want to moscow air it's not a religion we don't recognize it as such by the way shouldn't that be the case i mean that freedom all this discrimination what's next you're going to say that we'd already asia uh freedom and we want slavery no no no not at all you know until we call it for what it is uh let's put it this way until they disavow sharia they ate no religion on any level until they disavow sharia by the way keep that question in mind will you disavow sharia run a muslim say for example oh i don't know they'd run for governor in the state of michigan maybe you're on the edge.

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"bensalem" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"bensalem" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"A pair of cousins charged in connection with the disappearance and slayings of four young men missing since early this month ordered held without bail today just hours after being charged in the case cosmo denardo twenty of bensalem confessed to police that he killed the men after lauren them in with offers to southern marijuana with his cousin sean kratz twenty of philadelphia he burned three of the bodies in battle tank he called the pig roster and buried them on his family's salisbury touch a state according to court filings released today those gruesome details emerged as denardo and croats were charged with multiple counts of conspiracy homicide abuse of a corpse as the investigation into their slaying shifted focus to his role on the case but as for a motive to explain what led the pair twilley series of killings that have gripped philadelphia much the region for the past week bucks county district attorney matthew wine trap had no explanation he said i'm not sure if i could pick it ever answer that question we have the two men locked up they need to be brought to justice he said and very very relieved to say that we brought four men one step closer to their loved ones district attorney explained that he offered to take the death penalty off the table in hopes of securing did artis cooperation in locating the body of the.

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"bensalem" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:31 min | 4 years ago

"bensalem" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Those names they're going to be all over the weekend talk show host sunday talk shows we know nothing occurred at the meeting here we of heroes training for deployment and their dead here's another story utterly unrelated patrol our attention to from philly dot com cousins cosmo denardo sean kratz arraigned and bucks county slayings this is near i was born and where i'm from on from montgomery county this has bucks county in neighboring county outside of philadelphia a pair of cousin charged in connection with the disappearance and slayings of four young men missing since early this month ordered held without bail today just hours after being charged in the case cosmo denardo twenty of bensalem confessed to police that he killed the men after luring them in with offers to southern marijuana with his cousin sean kratz twenty of philadelphia he burned three of the bodies in a battle tank he called the pig roster and buried them on his family's salisbury touch the state according to court filings released today those gruesome details emerged as denardo and croats were charged with multiple counts of conspiracy homicide abuse of a corpse as the investigation into their slaying shifted focus to his role in the case but as for a motive to explain what led the pair tweet series of killings that have gripped philadelphia much of the region for the past week bucks county district attorney matthew wine trap had no explanation he said i'm not sure if i could we could ever answer that question we have the two men locked up the need to be brought to justice he said and very very relieved to say that we brought four men one step closer to their loved ones district attorney explained that he offered to take the death penalty off the table in hopes of securing did orders cooperation in locating the body of the fourth missing man jimmy taro.

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"bensalem" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

WBAL 1090AM

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"bensalem" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

"Heard in addiction to prescription painkillers attorney general jeff sessions and pennsylvania police have found the remains of one of four young men who have been missing the victim identified as nineteen year old deem fina charriol police say his remains were found in a 12foot grave with other human remains 20yearold suspect cosmo dinar does being held on five million dollars bond on wall street the dow is up twenty three points you're listening to abc news by be a allah and wbalcom on air 979 fm hd two wbal newsradio 1090 these he's wbal news now with bill vanko banda's you just heard from abc cardi's and pennsylvania are still working to identify more of the bodies they found a metformin bucks kelly last night but a fourth body has already been identified as one of the men went missing last week one of the men still an unidentified who was a student at loyal university here in maryland and wbal's robert lang says his family is speaking out today rob bill about an hour ago bucks county district attorney net weintrob held a news conference in among other things released a written statement from jimmy patrick's family it was a biography of the nineteen year old who was beaten due to begin his sophomore year oil and next month the family says jimmy lives in new town pennsylvania with his grandparents sharon enrich he measures in business at loyd all agree tens on a full scholarship he finished his freshman year on the dean's list the biography also says he was working at a restaurant this summer in bensalem pennsylvania and its sights he was an honors graduate of the holy ghost prep school and bensalem and was an accomplice youth baseball player as of this moment authority he's have.

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