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Jonathan Gilliam: Did the FedEx Driver Target the 7-Year-Old Girl?
"On Fox News channel, Eric Shawn, interviewed former FBI special agent Jonathan Gilliam, talking about the murder of this little beautiful girl in Boyd, Texas. Listen to this exchange that maybe shed some light on why these acts of evil or at least how it occurs anyway. When they hear the little Athena down the block, you know, suddenly missing, as she comes home from school, is with her stepmother, her stepmother's making dinner and she at some point, perhaps went outside of the front yard, where she had an interaction with this FedEx driver. Do we know, you know, any information about that details on that and why this time went by before the stepmother realized that little girl was gone. I saw one report and I didn't see it again that they had had a little bit of an argument, you know, her in the 7 year old. And so she left out of the house. Now that happens every day all day around the country in the world. And unfortunately, this predator was outside waiting. I would suspect when they look into this. So one of two things probably happened that the FedEx driver drove by and saw her and took a target of opportunity or he was there earlier or around that area before and picked up on this young girl. So there's a possibility that that occurred, I think we've seen that in the past with these types of predators. And interestingly enough, when I was looking at the FedEx page a minute ago about what it takes to become a contractor there, there are some things that they have some hoops they have to jump through. But one of the things that surprised me is that if you have a felony or any other record or you're on probation or have been on parole, they're okay with that as long as it's been a year since those things passed.
Delivery Driver Charged With Kidnapping, Killing Girl
"A FedEx driver has confessed to abducting and killing this beautiful little 7 year old girl, Athena strand, after he delivered a package to the girl's home. Police found the little girl's body, southeast of Boyd, Texas, where she lived. The driver, a 31 year old, named Tanner Lynn Horner, is sitting in jail right now, being charged with capital murder and aggravated kidnapping, he has apparently admitted to the crime. He's confessed. Now, I'm not going to compare the abduction and murder of a little 7 year old child. To those who are complaining about a Christmas production at a church in north Texas. I know, I know it's not the same thing. I'm not comparing them. But in a way, aren't they sort of similar stories? There's so much evil. Isn't it, I mean, obviously it's an unspeakable evil to target a child like this, and I have to admit, I obsess over why these things happen. 31 year old guy, he's a FedEx delivery guy. How many people in Texas probably encountered him in a normal day to today interaction? Oh, here's your president. Here's your package, mister Smith. Oh, thanks, young man. And now he's in jail. Having confessed apparently to seeing a little 7 year old child playing in the street, abducting her and murdering her.
Do People Actually Want to Be Free?
"Want to be free? Come on. Maybe. Yeah, that's a question, right? So sometimes, so it depends on the context, depends on their upbringing. It depends on a lot of different things. So I don't think there's right or wrong answer, but let's I think that freedom is a value and a freedom's not properly taught people forget it. So let me give you an example, right? So God delivers is chosen people from Egypt. They're out in the wilderness, right? They're there for, I don't know, half a month, 30 days, and they start complaining. This is biblical, right? And they start saying, what's going on here? Remember, God, what did he do? He flew quail off course, mana from having they have well fed. They do not need to want for anything. They start complaining. Who's this Moses guy? What's going on here? They said, quote, we want to go back to Egypt. Because at least we had meet. What they were saying is we'd rather be slaves and eat well. So do people want to be free? I think it's attention. I do. I think that deep down there is a soul that wants to be free of eternal damnation, but are flash that sometimes dominates our soul because we allow it to suppresses that and it happens far too often. And so in 2020, I came to the conclusion if you do not teach liberty as a value, then all of a sudden people are not going to demand it. And so that's where the church is coming. If the church is not teaching liberty as a value or freedom as a value, who's going to actually end up the manual, they would rather have free stuff, they live in a state of fear and they'd rather be controlled. And so I don't think there's an easy answer do people want to be free or not. But generally, the lesson that I saw is that if you do not teach people what it means to be free and that pursuit of freedom, their result inclination is to sit out, sit at home and do nothing. When
Who Is in Authority in America?
"In the American framework, though, we must take a step back and ask ourselves the question, who is an authority in America? So at the surface reading, a pastor says, well, the mayor is an authority or the city council is an authority or the no, no, no, no. The founding fathers completely changed the game, where it's we the people that are actually in charge. And so it's completely different. And so every pastor that was quoting that, I have to say this lovingly is that that was the theologically theologically wrong in the American framework because instead it's the mayors, the city council, the governors who should have been submitting to us. That's for them in the American context because the people are the sovereign and instead it was used as an excuse to be able to take Easter away from us, Pentecost away from us, which resulted in the most depressed, suicidal alcohol addicted and drug addicted and psychiatric addicted generation in history, the least religious generation history. I just want to paint a picture of what could have been and you can't go back and do things, but you can correct error in the future and learn from it. Imagine if the American church would have said, we're not doing these lockdowns. The people are the sovereign. I think a lot of the misery and suffering from young people that otherwise went to pornography, drugs, suicide, and hopelessness. What if the American church would have said, we're open for business. We're here to heal you, you know, buy Jesus Christ, we're here to accept you. We're here to show you compassion and love. It could have been a revival because you know how I know this. The churches that did open, they saw a revival happen in their doors, like
Why It's So Important to Be Driven by Faith
"Would you say to this people here and even those that are on live stream, why it's so important not to be driven by your feelings, but to be driven by faith and truth. Yeah, amen. That's so important. So look, first of all, the Bible talks about that if you just follow your heart, you're going to be deceived. I'm paraphrasing, but there's repeated problems. I'm sorry. The heart is desperately wicked. Amen. Yes. And so that's not a good way to make any decision, right? And so I hear this a lot where some people say Charlie, I don't feel good about this candidate or I don't feel good about this way of going through things. And the more important question is, will that person do good or do evil? You have to understand that in a representative government of which we have with consent to the govern which we have, the candidates or the office holders are conduits to decisions and a reflection of somebody's morality. And so you should ask the question, whose morality do you want to be enforced through laws through customs and through public policy? Do you want it to be the word of God that says God credit man and woman and life begins at conception or that there is no truth and only power and that pleasure should reign throughout the entire world. Somebody's morality has to be implemented at some point. And so the higher preference on this incredible preference on feelings is exactly how we get the transgender nonsense that is sweeping our country. And if there is one issue where I just get passionate about is this satanic demonic movement that is going after our children. The most vulnerable in our society and I have to say, I think North Carolina was actually ahead of the curve in some ways. Passing that bathroom bill, what was it 8 years ago? And one of the great failures of the conservative movement was not rallying to the defense of people that passed that bathroom bill here in North Carolina because that was a good piece of legislation. And it just got totally torpedoed by bad corporate interests. And that was if I remember correctly, NCAA pulled out and it was all this other stuff. I'm just drawing from memory on this. But so here's a good example of what happens if you follow your feelings. Well, if an 8 year old feels that they're a woman or feels they're a boy, should we take that seriously? Of course not.
Charlie Describes How He Gave His Life to the Lord
"Won't begin on like, tell this group how you came to face. Yeah, it was the most important decision I ever made in my life. And if there's anyone here that hasn't yet given your life to the lord, hopefully my story will have some impact on you. I gave my life to the lord in 5th grade, and it was the most critical decision I made, and when I made it, I remember I somewhat understood it, but every single year, my goodness, as I got older, 6, 7th 8th grade high school. And now where I am today, it just grows in depth and understanding of what grace is and how, you know, how much God loves us and how we're made in his image. And so in 5th grade, I remember my teacher kind of explained the differences of worldview, explain the need for every single person to reconcile with their creator through Jesus Christ. And I gave my life to the lord. And since then, I have, you know, let's just say since 5th grade, obviously went through high school and then I started turning point USA and that's grown to be this amazing movement that it is today. And I could tell you, you know, for everyone out there that might be challenging and wrestling, you know, what you believe and why you believe it. It changes everything you do. And you're boring new, literally, when you give your life to the lord.
Burrow, Bengals strike fast, blow by Falcons 35-17
"The Bengals scored on their first four possessions in the 35 17 win against the falcons Joe burrow had his best game of the season Throwing for three first half touchdowns and running for a one yard score He was 34 or 42 for 481 yards I thought it was a pretty complete game It was good to see Obviously you like to score on every single possession I thought we could have so we left some out there but overall very complete effort Receivers Ja'Marr chase and Tyler Boyd both eclipsed the 100 yard mark in the first half for the four and three Bengals Boyd finished with a career high 155 yards on 8 catches Chase also caught 8 passes for 130 yards and two touchdowns I'm Dave ferry
Burrow leads Bengals to 1st win of season, 27-12 over Jets
"The Bengals picked up their first win of the season by whipping the jets 27 12 Joe burrow picked apart the jets while completing 23 of 36 passes for 275 yards including scoring froze to suma JP Ryan Tyler Boyd and Jamar chase Burrow puts Cincinnati head with a ten play 75 yard opening drive That's critical going forward for the rest of the year It's just coming out fast putting points on the board staying close Now you're not in two minute the whole game Boyd had four receptions for 105 yards and Trey hendrickson had two and a half sacks Two of the
The Federalist: Pelosi Responsible for Jan. 6 Security Breakdown
"Here we have a piece at the federalist By Jordan Boyd investigators Pelosi responsible for the January 6th security breakdown at U.S. capitol Isn't this what this committee is supposed to be looking into Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi shoulders much of the blame for the security breakdown at the U.S. capitol on January 6th 2021 And today they're smearing the hell out of Trump and not once Did a member say but you know he did offer us the National Guard Because there's nobody there to speak up Nobody There's nobody there to say anything Nobody I mean I had questions for all these Justice Department guys All right questions for Bill Barr What took you so long to resign Why didn't you resign earlier But you know the capital police were half staffed on January 6th Pelosi's house sergeant at arms denied multiple requests for National Guard assistance from The Pentagon The United States Capitol police chief of the days leading up the January 6th officers were poorly equipped had insufficient ride shields and helmets They were never trained to handle a ride even after the riots of 2020 And on and
Epoch Times: 'Get Ready for High Cost of Food'
"President of the farmers association Epic times As the world comes out of two years of pandemic lockdowns and restrictions Inflation continues to rise and affect U.S. energy and food prices Family farms that make up the majority of the U.S. food suppliers are having difficulty meeting their operating costs with prices of seeds fertilizer and gas doubling and tripling This is going to get ugly This is going to get bad President of the national black farmers association John Boyd junior is urging the Biden administration to put an emergency loan fund in place to help family farmers with operating costs Otherwise he warns an additional high cost of food that will be food shortages America get ready for the high cost of food and hunker down He told epic TV's fax matter program Family farmers are still the number one producer for corn wheat and soybeans He said we have to do all we can to make sure that farmers get those crops in the ground And if the resources readily available at the time of planning and harvesting Now here's the thing Small and mid side family farms are 88% of U.S. food production It's not a matter of another government program Ladies and gentlemen Biden will not take his hands off the throat of the oil industry I don't care what they say about the oil industry I know they deflect and they divert It's the same oil industry that was producing diesel and regular gasoline and premium gasoline before And an affordable level It's not due to Ukraine and Russia It's not due to any of that We were energy independent
Update on the latest sports
"AP AP sports sports I'm I'm David David Shuster Shuster at at the the extended extended NFL NFL wildcard wildcard weekend weekend opened opened up up on on Saturday Saturday with with two two games games we we begin begin in in Cincinnati Cincinnati with with mark mark Myers Myers reporting reporting Cincinnati Cincinnati finally finally won won a a playoff playoff game game twenty twenty six six nineteen nineteen over over Las Las Vegas Vegas sending sending a a thirty thirty one one year year drought drought Joe Joe burrow burrow threw threw for for two two touchdowns touchdowns six six sorry sorry for for the the city city for for the the state state but but you you know know we're we're we're we're not not gonna gonna do do on on that that we're we're moving moving forward forward we're we're ready ready however however we we got got planned planned next next will will be be ready ready to to go go and and execute execute the the game game plan plan the the second second year year quarterback quarterback connected connected on on scoring scoring strikes strikes to to CJ CJ use use alma alma and and Tyler Tyler Boyd Boyd and and Evan Evan McPherson McPherson was was good good on on all all four four field field goal goal tries tries and and we we moved moved further further east east now now to to New New York York state state with with Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie filling filling us us in in on on buffalo buffalo and and New New England England Josh Josh Allen Allen and and the the bills bills have have advanced advanced to to the the AFC AFC divisional divisional round round by by blasting blasting the the patriots patriots forty forty seven seven seventeen seventeen Allen Allen set set a a team team playoff playoff record record with with five five touchdown touchdown passes passes to to to to Dawson Dawson Knox Knox Allen Allen was was twenty twenty one one of of twenty twenty five five for for three three hundred hundred eighty eighty yards yards for for the the bills bills who who scored scored on on each each of of their their seven seven possessions possessions it it didn't didn't end end with with the the kneel kneel down down Devin Devin Singletary Singletary ran ran for for two two touchdowns touchdowns in in the the first first half half for for buffalo buffalo that's that's QB QB Matt Matt Jones Jones struggled struggled in in finishing finishing twenty twenty four four of of thirty thirty eight eight for for two two hundred hundred thirty thirty two two yards yards with with two two touchdowns touchdowns and and two two interceptions interceptions on on the the ferry ferry three three more more wild wild card card games games coming coming up up on on Sunday Sunday to to the the NBA NBA Joel Joel Embiid Embiid with with thirty thirty two two points points in in Philadelphia's Philadelphia's one one oh oh two two ninety ninety eight eight victory victory over over Miami Miami we we need need a a body body we we have have to to be be com com perfect perfect and and tonight tonight you you know know I I was was imperfect imperfect but but you you know know that that showed showed up up and and there there were were the the perfect perfect elsewhere elsewhere Brooklyn Brooklyn beat beat New New Orleans Orleans but but Kevin Kevin Durant Durant left left with with a a knee knee injury injury with with an an MRI MRI coming coming up up on on Sunday Sunday on on the the college college level level number number one one went went down down for for the the second second time time this this week week as as Baylor Baylor lost lost at at home home to to Oklahoma Oklahoma state state sixty sixty one one fifty fifty four four elsewhere elsewhere number number two two Gonzaga Gonzaga three three UCLA UCLA and and for for Auburn Auburn all all victorious victorious and and Joe Joe B. B. hall hall who who won won titles titles as as both both a a player player and and a a coach coach at at Kentucky Kentucky he he passed passed away away at at the the age age of of ninety ninety three three I'm I'm David David Shuster Shuster AP AP sports sports
Bengals hold on, finally win in playoffs, 26-19 over Raiders
"Cincinnati Cincinnati finally finally won won a a playoff playoff game game twenty twenty six six nineteen nineteen over over Las Las Vegas Vegas sending sending a a thirty thirty one one year year drought drought Joe Joe burrow burrow threw threw for for two two touchdowns touchdowns that's that's exciting exciting six six sorry sorry for for the the city city for for the the state state but but you you know know we're we're we're we're not not gonna gonna do do on on that that we're we're moving moving forward forward we're we're ready ready however however we we got got planned planned next next will will be be ready ready to to go go and and execute execute the the game game plan plan the the second second year year quarterback quarterback connected connected on on scoring scoring strikes strikes to to CJ CJ use use alma alma and and Tyler Tyler Boyd Boyd and and Evan Evan McPherson McPherson was was good good on on all all four four field field goal goal tries tries Derek Derek Carr Carr passed passed for for three three hundred hundred ten ten yards yards with with a a touchdown touchdown but but he he was was intercepted intercepted in in the the game's game's final final seconds seconds deep deep in in Bengals Bengals territory territory ending ending any any chances chances of of a a raiders raiders come come back back I I am am mark mark Myers Myers
eMobility Experience putting a special spotlight on electric-bikes
"Not not everything everything at at the the Consumer Consumer Electronics Electronics Show Show in in Las Las Vegas Vegas was was displayed displayed indoors indoors Bosch Bosch ebike ebike systems systems was was named named a a twenty twenty twenty twenty two two innovation innovation award award honoree honoree in in the the vehicle vehicle intelligence intelligence and and transportation transportation category category there there were were test test rides rides outside outside E. E. bikes bikes are are outpacing outpacing cars cars as as the the world's world's best best selling selling electric electric vehicle vehicle Steve Steve Boyd Boyd with with turn turn North North America America says says he he bikes bikes can can be be used used for for a a lot lot of of things things some some people people want want to to carry carry cargo cargo someone someone to to carry carry one one child child someone someone to to carry carry to to someone someone to to carry carry it it all all and and some some go go a a little little bit bit further further and and a a little little bit bit shorter shorter Claudia Claudia passcode passcode Bosch Bosch says says E. E. bikes bikes are are also also good good for for the the environment environment manufacturing manufacturing process process sees sees consume consume resources resources to to arrive arrive by by providing providing a a high high quality quality product product you you automatically automatically contribute contribute to to sustainability sustainability Basco Basco says says you you don't don't need need to to be be a a seasoned seasoned rider rider to to get get on on any any bike bike then then knocked knocked off off Bosch Bosch invented invented for for life life my my bed bed Donahue Donahue
People Are Dying Due to the Politicization of COVID
"Shoot headline breitbart writer. Insanely blames libs for manipulating trump fans into dying of vaccine refusal. Now this is amazing is this is i. Get the crazy conspiracy theory stuff. I understand that but ultimately think about this theory for just a moment. I got tracy in here too. If you're watching the stream we gotta audio problem. We're trying to fix here and we're gonna we're gonna get that fixed breitbart news writer. John nolte argued monday. That howard stern and the left are using reverse psychology to trick. Republicans dying of covert. Here's the argument that the breitbart john nolte apparently advanced. He said if i were to use reverse psychology to try to convince people not to get a life saving vaccination. I would do exactly what howard stern and the left are doing. I would bully. I would taunt mock and ridicule you for not getting vaccinated knowing that the human response would be well blank you. I'm never going to get vaccinated now. John nolte writes. No one ever wants to feel like. They're being boyd ridiculed or mocked or pushed into doing anything. Now here's media analysis of this. They say that truism sounds compelling absent any additional context but the over-simplification of a complex psychological phenomenon isn't exactly evidence of conspiracy. Nolte goes on to make the absurd case rights media that unvaccinated. Americans are in danger of dying. Because of the media's manipulation. You think there's no truth to that. Do you honestly think there's no merit to to the fact that people are are quite possibly dying because of the politicisation of covert.
"boyd" Discussed on Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward
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"boyd" Discussed on Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward
"Today we're welcoming michael in from boyd funeral home for another episode of the marion. Now podcast and michael. Thanks for coming in and you know one of the things you and i were talking a little bit off air about before we got started as the fact that that boyd funeral home is family and has been family and we'll continue to be family and you don't see that very often in the funeral home business these days you know. Get not as much anymore. I know a lot of their. So like i did my apprenticeship down in columbus at the evans funeral home. The evans family still owns and operates that right And they've been around for a while as well. But i mean it's just becoming a thing of the past and i think a lot of the things just younger generations Might surprise you but it's not an industry that a lot of people wanna go into. I understand yeah. Yeah no i understand but you know with that being said and you being part of a family business and and your brother and your mom and everybody it just. It really is nice to know that you know when you sit down with with boyd funeral. Home for instance. You're talking to the people that are invested not just for today's business but for the heritage of their family and that that's got to be really cool to do that every day. Oh yeah it's nice to come in and try to keep grandpa phillips legacy alive so because it philip boy was my grandfather. Obviously marcus his grandfather. My brother And i think we've been here now for almost ninety four years. Yeah been doing that. So there is a pride that goes with that in terms of keeping it in the family wanting to run it and sometimes it gets tough. I mean working with families about as much.
Ex-Cops Accused of Violating Floyd's Rights to Be Arraigned
"Former cops accused of violating George place rights are to be arraigned today for former Minneapolis police officers charged with violating George Boyd to civil rights are scheduled for an arraignment in federal court in Minneapolis a federal grand jury indicted Derek Chauvin Thomas lane and fellow officers in may for allegedly depriving Floyd of his rights while acting under government authority all four of the defendants are charged for failure to provide medical care for Floyd when he died in their custody on may twenty fifth twenty twenty Chauvin was sentenced to twenty two and a half years in prison after being found guilty of murder in Floyd's death the other three officers face charges from the state of aiding and abetting murder and manslaughter today's hearing will be held remotely via video conference and could address several pre trial motions including a request from three of the officers to stand trial separate from Chauvin I'm Jennifer king
The Hypocrisy of the NFL Cancelling Victory Boyd's Opening Day Performance Due to Vaccine Refusal
"I was thinking of victory. Void took a knee during the star. Spangled banner was well. She sang while wearing a black lives. Matter shirt i'll bet they'd let her sing that. I'll bet i'll bet that would have gotten her in. That's all she needed to do. And what a crazy. Well you know. It's their rules really in a stadium. Where there's not a vaccine mandate and check that for me derek. Make sure that i'm right. I don't think the fans are required to show proof of vaccination to go to raymond james stadium and somebody here in the tampa bay area can can fact. Check me on that one. If you'd like we're losing our minds. We are absolutely losing our
NFL Cancels National Anthem Performance After Singer Refuses to Vaccinate
"A big football game the big big day tomorrow night. tampa bay is going to host. The dallas cowboys. There's a story associated with the game that has barely been mentioned but there was an article in the epoch times. The told the story of victory boyd. Victory boyd is a twenty seven year old singer songwriter. She's a grammy award. She was a member of the team that produced kanye west's grammy award winning. Jesus is king twenty twenty top contemporary christian album and she was slated to sing the star spangled banner before the tampa bay dallas cowboys game. She asked for religious exemption to not have to take the vaccine well. Nfl said you're fired if you're not vaccinated as you stand in the middle of a football field in a stadium full of sixty five thousand largely unvaccinated people than you can't sing the national anthem before the tampa bay buccaneers dallas cowboys game. Covert insanity is at a fevered pitch. Let that sink in in a stadium. Full an open air stadium of sixty five thousand people many if not most of whom will be unvaccinated twenty-seven-year-old tamp victory. Boyd will not be allowed to sing now. I haven't seen a picture of her yet. But i'm gonna make an assumption. I could be wrong. But i'm gonna make assumption that this is a young black woman and in fact. Yuri are great. Video manager has already found a picture of her. And if you're watching the show on our livestream. Mike online dot com there. She is beautiful young african american woman. You're going to be hard pressed to find much coverage of this controversy and one would think you would be a pretty big story. Don't you think this big story. The woman who was going to sing the star spangled banner before the tampa bay. Dallas game is fired because she won't be vaccinated after seeking a religious exemption from the nfl. Why it's not a big story. You know why you're going to only find it in places like the epoch times evidently because she's a young black woman
Black US Farmers Awaiting Billions in Promised Debt Relief
"The government wants to provide billions of dollars in debt forgiveness for farmers of color as part of the pandemic relief package but a judge has put the money on hold because of lawsuits filed by white farmers claiming reverse discrimination in Virginia John Wesley Boyd junior with the national black farmers association has been spit on called names he once watched as a federal official tore up his farm loan application and threw it in the trash the land knows no color the land never mistreated anybody people do voice says farmers of color like all farmers are struggling but he's not giving up you can leave your PhD do you have children but I can leave my pool raggedy farm to my children boy is pleading with the young people of color to return to the soil more staff void is raising everything from soybeans to beef cattle some of it on land that was once part of a plantation where his ancestors toiled I'm a Donahue
"boyd" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"Welcome back. I've got grand boyd. Unlike gram how are you today. I am doing extremely well today. My really looking forward to this conversation. I am too and we've had a little bit of a conversation before we started. You know we're both very passionate and understanding of what burn out can do but before we dive too much into a bunch of share a little bit about yourself with the audience. Thank you michael grant. So i was born in africa. Grew up in south africa. I'm fifty six now so project back. That means i was a at school and a teenager during the final era of apartheid. And as you can imagine that kind of context. I grew up really wondering how on earth could this country change and get to wear it absolutely needed to go in any way that was going to be. Let me say safe for me. To travel along. That journey they was they were not many examples of other countries. Who'd gone through such a major transformation from a very trapped apartheid like political power system to one of true democracy so as you can imagine that kind of context especially if you add in my nature is quite introverted. And i have a very strong sense of fannous as a teenager. I was dealing with bouts of depression on a regular basis. And it's something that has since come back to me on various other occasions the the bit way that links to where we're going in this conversation is it's given me a very deep understanding of the impact of the structures that you're in and the pre shaped types of interactions that you are trapped in the impact that has on each of us as individuals and so when in during the two thousand eight financial crash. I decided to leave proctor and gamble and focus my attention on figuring out what's really making it so difficult for us to thrive at work and for us to build businesses that truly capable of addressing the world's problems you know that that time in south africa gave me a lot of insights and in particularly would really work in the south. African transformation is captured in the truth and reconciliation commission that deep recognition all individuals were as much victims of the system as they were aggressive and so that recognition that the white army police colonel might be as much a victim of the apartheid system that he was born into as the anc armed wing leader and that opened up space for deep. Transformation shifted it from individuals. Thinking all of the loud is me. It's just me. I have to carry everything. I have to fix my depression. I have to fix my burnout into recognition of what is me at. It's up to me to change that. And what is the system. I'm embedded in an then. I need to get out of the system. Or i need to rebuild the system from the ground up and what can i do to rebuild pushes. The tighter the book notes an amazing book. And i love how you framed it that way because when people are stressed or burned out or depressed we take it on ourselves. We think okay. It's one hundred percents our fault. It's all us. When in fact there are other systematic situations or environments situations. Could be work could be home. Typically as we often see it tends to be more the workplace. That is a big driver of burnt out. But you know family dynamics as well can create those challenges as well but ultimately knowing what you can do yourself to live your best life and do the things best for you and then have the clarity and this is a big thing for a lot of people is and i know you believe in this as well is having the clarity to know. Okay this is the things that i need to work on for me and these are the things that i needed to work on regarding my work situation when you have clarity. You'll see what you can do. But when you're in a deep depression or in a burned-out state all you see us. If anything is fog you're not clear and anything you do may or may not be beneficial and might be a situation where you're just trying anything and unfortunately that you're just walking aimlessly in the woods and who knows where you're going to encounter if you do it that way. So the clarity thing comes in but in order to get that clarity you have to get yourself into more healthy physical and mental state and sometimes that is might be the biggest hurdle of all for some of us. Yes absolutely yeah. It's one of the challenges. That jack michael thrown i had writing. The book was. Jack's profession is economics. He's an economics professor in the us and my will wipe first. Profession was fixed nine tended to become a physics professor. Not an rnd manager in proctor and gamble. Which as i said. I left twelve years ago to focus on. How can we address the big global challenges. We face through the power of business now. What we realized was that we had to write a book that spanned everything across the six stronger that we talk about in the book which is straw to one is how do we work within our cells our interactions because until we can get ourselves internally into a space where we have the space we have the capacity now selves to actually see what's happening in take distance from our cells. We're not going to be able to work effectively with other people. Interact with them. Which is what we have a straw to our interactions with other people and until we can interact effectively with other people. We're gonna struggle with strontium three which is organization design roles accountabilities. how the work place is structured. And most of the initiatives that we see at the moment are looking at one or perhaps two.
"boyd" Discussed on Think 100%: The Coolest Show
"On news brought and read it for yourself. Get in get educated. Get involved calling your member of congress. Korea elected officials and tell them that You know what can they do about this atrocity about these people on us right now federal court. What can they do to us is there. Is there like any kind of on the website like a petition. The numbers that we should call a pacific you know. Remember the congress. Yes benny give me. The number for the website and I'm sorry for the national black fondness associates. Efficient number is eight. Four six nine one eight five two eight eight four six nine one eight five two eight and my email addresses my first investor j. b. all rightey at john boy. Join your dot com and again You know for people who don't know your history reverend you would you. You've been out here for a long time. And often towns reno lift up the people that are up supporters. I know i haven't had time to guess. What thank you for your support You wanted a few civil rights leaders back in day. Pick up the phone. As able. And how can i help you. How can i help you get your your notices about congress and we got stalled on a on a second. Deputy up outside the second Lay filed a lawsuit that helped the eighty three thousand farmers get their cases are based on merit. You wanted a few civil rights leaders that supported me in congress learned. Thank you thank you for that. And i'm still supporting. And i'm i'm gonna do right. I i i gotta find that farm Down from five. Am to eight pm. But i could definitely. I got they would you for a little bit. I get and my wife was telling me. I got to know the. Nf you Yeah i. I'm gonna let you go here actually. Let me meet me through this last or anything you want to add before we go to for yes i do i do for anybody can watch and don't never give up although i'm not went into physicians in court right now i'm never ever gonna get up and keep your hands in god's hands and if you believe in justice keep pulling down on all people down aukin. Don't let it go and eventually the off justice we've been your way but you can't give up and On a station never never ever give up so so. Thank you everybody for your support. That's how i guess a today. And he is john boyd and i in raviol- with your host of the coolest. Show what you heard on this episode. Subscribe to the podcast on your favorite podcast at one hundred climate and pop hosted by twitter and facebook visit the polish show dot com where you can take action climbing justice right can also learn more about this podcast to one hundred percent we say. Thank you for listening and all.
"boyd" Discussed on Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward
"Today we're welcoming marcus in from boyd funeral home into the marion public library community. Podcast students. Another episode of the boyd funeral homes podcast on the marion. Now podcast channel and we are talking with an expert. Marcus says come in to join us today to talk a little bit about some of the differences that you get in service options with way with cremations and burials and all of those things and marcus. First of all. Welcome to the show. Thanks for coming back. I appreciate you being in. Thanks for having me. I appreciate that. And you are such an expert in regards to Helping people at that time. You know i mean. I mean you think about it. It's end of life. It's not something that is something we all deal with eventually. But it's not something that we deal with every day and what's so important about that is you guys are the professionals and we can lean on you to make that to make that whole thing work so much better. Oh yeah yeah. I mean the reason why i'm even here like i said it's just to kind of educate people My biggest thing and the funeral industry these debunking dispelling all these myths about what you can and can't do I guess really updating people on the modern aspects of actual funeral home. everyone so locked on tradition. Sometimes they forget that you know just like any other business for constantly expanding constantly changing offerings and things like that so It's great to be able to talk about all of that. Because i feel like a lot of people you know. They think about a funeral and it has to be you know from a to be all cookie cutter the exact same way grandma grandpa handed and and all that and the truth is i mean. There's so many options now because we do so many diverse families and things like that So really just kind of being able to shed some light on what is actually possible to do. I mean people don't even realize you know that you can have you know basically a showing and still do cremation. Things like that I guess one of my first talking points here. And i was just going to say. That's what i really like about About chatting with you. As i've learned so much that really and truly when it comes to end of life you know cremation burial funerals all that type of stuff. There really is no set way of doing things anymore. It really is whatever you want it. It can happen. Yeah i always tell families. I mean sky's the limit you know. People always asked what what do regular families do. I said well we don't deal with regular families all the time you know you wish you could be one way or whatever it is but at the end of the day. I think it's actually better in my line of work because you know you're always constantly learning and improving how you can You know give that closure to a family. And i think that's something that you know really is probably one of the best things you can do. The job is to constantly. Be trying to renovate our rent. Or i guess. Rian vision How you can run services and all that Perfect example I have a family that kid pass from You know muscular dystrophy and he liked xbox games and stuff like that people aren't even Are aren't even aware of what you can even do with just the spray itself you know people think it has to be the flowers and that's it So i donated my xbox controller because He was a huge gamer. Things like that. And that's all he could really play and I think that that's of the things i like..
"boyd" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!
"Jesse foreign. America's radio sweetheart jordan morris. Boy detective show boyd here. They call me the t shirt cannon. Just because of his ejaculate tori prime come shirts okay. But i mean weird. You mispronounced fantastic. You got a lifetime supply shirts at least one or two a day until you're tired but you know get hired for a lot of events you work out you work out your like gotta change. Give me give me ten minutes gonna shirt. Oh look out. I did great at the books. Games i did you ever. Have you ever operated t-shirt cannon. No but i. I mean being one is like enough. It's exhausting you know. It's just it's unfortunate because i it's just a weird thing to have to put in your bumble profile right but i'm upfront about it. You like we said on the show very sex positive here in and out. And i don't want to hear anybody i don't wanna hear about anybody online after this show airs given joel a hard time because he comes shirts. I'd any shirt chambers out there. That's not it's beautiful and they're already there. They come out freshly pressed iron. You don't have to these hanes beefy. Tees these are like the quality like that soft cotton soft cotton and saw it feels vintage feels washed tubular construction. So you don't have to have those side. Seems that's the worst i'll light and airy very it's not that stuff with the address it up you could throw a blazer. Can i say one thing. I personally do not come t-shirts okay. Just come regular semen but it is pretty lighten. Harry is right and you throw blaze for. It's got a nice and nice frost. It's weird because you know i- pineapples and shirts just come out with like spongebob phase on them. Like it's it's you know but it's one of those. i mean. this came up last week on the program. It's it's for those. Spongebob faces a spongebob popsicle. Where it's just sort of a half melted gum ball. I would have to be under a specific emotion to get any other express their i mean. Yeah that's rough. Yeah that's right joel. Thank you for sharing this crazy. I've been wanting to get that off my chest. And i brought it. Jj zero and you guys get the exclusive because we're still thank. Thank you guys for promoting made. No i mean yeah you're welcome. You're welcome incidentally Speaking of our sex positivity we want to wish all the.
"boyd" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!
"The entire six episodes series in one day cage brings a heat look one. He's starred in feature films in one day. Joel flies into bulgaria. He shoots the film he flies out he shoo- hours later shoots another movie on the plane about a man flying to la from bulgaria as in a red box by the time the plane lands. Do not ever accused. Do not even think about accusing nicholas cage of not taking care of business man. He shoots movies faster than tyler. Perry amazed they should have a move. They should have lose erase. Have you by the way. Watched the tyler. Perry nicholas cage sitcom They did a hundred episode order on usa in three weeks. It is amazing is really you know i. I feel like i learned a lot. Not just about nicholas cage but also about the power of christ if we let him into our lives right got a few laughs and i learned something about family so i got a lot out of nicholas. Cage is sitcom that he made it with tyler. Perry it is interesting interesting. Choice to have nicholas cage play madisha. I understand tyler. Perry wanted to get out of it right like he's done when you really think about it what it takes like from your from your soul ray. Yes br nick. Cage was next in line. Res- just it's like. That's that's clear i imagine. It's like when ben kingsley was done being gandhi right at the end of at the end of that he says i can't. I can't come back to this. And that's why in gandhi to he. He brought in cage for god. Oh god straight choice. Speaking of movie stars. I have a new segment. I have a new segment for our show. We love segments. I went into office the other day. I was very exciting. And we got a package from our friend. J keith van straten hey okay jaiqi stratton the host of the go. Fact yourself podcast now. Wonderful comedy game show here at maximum fine. He knew that we're big fans of burt. Reynolds the hirsute star of the nineteen seventies and eighties. Known for staring distractedly off-camera while chewing gum and most of his films and being compelling nonetheless. Somehow i would say burt. Rentals is very nicholas cage leg not the act not the actor. That nicholas cage is but the compelling personage. Yes although i. I might say i might say that you know the they have a yin yang quality. In that i think we have minimum effort and maximum effort. Nicholas cage is is kids giving giving more than he should. Yeah to let your yeah. Yeah but the burt reynolds they listen. They both showed up for a lot of paychecks. I don't know what burt reynolds tax situation was like. It probably was true. they both. that's very they both. I will say there. There was an episode of one of the episodes that we shot within forty minutes. Obviously when nick arrived was He was introducing the concept of the of the series of history and he decides to ad-lib and pretty much sing and conduct a fricken symphony conductor. Michael tilson thomas style. Yes beautifully committed The word fuck can. This was when you watch the show he. We didn't right. Nobody pitch that he was just like. Can i say you didn't put into the script cage. Poulsen gustavo due to mel shit. So i opened. I win in the mailbox. I opened this package from our friend. Jackie fans stratton had a nice note. That said i'm sorry. I'm sending you this. And he sent he sent us. A book called. Burt reynolds hotline. The letters i get and right it is a like a. You know a bargain. Paperback with a picture of burt reynolds. How would you characterize this outfit. Joel that that. Burt reynolds is wearing here on texas. Sexy basically saito. It's a wrestling singlet with stars on it am i. Seeing that. one-star fries are in the right surfers. Ads i would say one-star for is prodigious sean his legendary sean and then there's a beautiful woman behind him sort of wraps around she grabbing us. No he is grabbing her leg. She's thing is but yeah and he's he's gotta look on his face he's saying to himself. Ania stinker is amazing that in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight. They make kids read that in third grade. I know but that was. You know it was diff- different time time george. Carlin was out. there wasn't a billing dead yet. Yeah i mean they were actually adding an words to huck finn at the time. Different time in american history. So this is one thousand nine hundred seventy two and so. This segment is called letters. Burt reynolds okay. Joe joe just before we start just. I wanna get joel's context for burt reynolds. 'cause you're you're a younger guy than us. So do you eat someone you know about you know was your was your my frame of reference and i i think nobody in this room in this zoom in in this. Who's listening will be surprised by this for my generation Belongs yard no okay. Yeah absolutely right is. That movie is pretty boring. I had seen the sandler one. But the one i watched with burt reynolds. And i do like burt reynolds. But yeah all i remember is just being boring and him calling a native american guide chief a bunch of time. Well that's going to happen. No the sandler ones layers. And it's funny. You know when you got terry crews before he was crazy. You know it's just that's just good good common. He was always doing his terry. Crews thing you know what. I mean you get that. You don't get that yolks. Get onto american gladiators without a certain intensity. Yeah that's terry collusion. American gladiator. I think he wasn't american. Gladiator either in american gladiator or knockoff. American gladiator he was on a syndicated gladiator. Telling that's true that's right. There were american gladiator knockoffs. Yeah the rip roaring success. sure gladiator. I mean look. There's probably brazilian ninja warrior on television right now. So you're right okay. So one of my favorite better not only is there brazilian ninja warrior but there are people there are americans who will corner you and insist that that's a good one. I don't watch. I don't watch american. I watch brazilian ninja warrior. And i only watched drag race bali right. Burt reynolds is america's newest sex symbol star of movies tvs stage and cosmo's centerfolds stage passion flower too eager fans from eight to eighty. He's a witty. Gracious warm loveable hotter than firecrackers hunk of male. Who likes nothing better. Eager films from eight to eighty direct.
"boyd" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win
"Certain parties might think differently about the vaccines there actually has been like an anti science movement that precedes even the pandemic itself where we saw certain populations subject to and then spread disinformation about science in general that during this last administration got picked up at the very beginning of the pandemic that from the highest office in the country. We had people undermining the severity of dacoven pandemic. Even when you know leader evidence came out saying that they actually knew how severe things be that they knew how deadly what a deadly rest cova might pose. So i think what makes it hard now. Is that those seeds have been sown. Not just you know right now for the past few months since the vaccines have been now for the past few years During this past administration and so kind of teasing that out and undoing that work and trying to get to the bottom of where anti-science rhetoric and political beliefs come from. I think is a much bigger more challenging question than the more the some. What more simple question of like halfway get people just back warm and i you know i. I love the conversation. The work that you're doing there and how you're bringing it to communities and having community members are people who look like the communities that they're going into have these conversations really for just about every conversation we have when you have a trusted messenger when you have someone from the community is going to be that much more effective. I mean it's in our political work if we're canvassing going door to door in in our communities when it's someone that's a neighbor could be. They don't have to be an expert but they share that common bond is just so much more effective. So i i'm seeing. I'm i'm trying to be a little hopeful. Because i am seeing more people who were very hesitant to get the vaccine before because the political information start to respond to some of these republicans who are going national. Tv and some of the governors and mayors who republicans who really telling vaccinated people how poor unvaccinated people. How important is to get vaccinated now. And starting to have that conversation locally. So i don't really know. More point is except i really loved the project. You're doing because. I think that's how we really reach. Each other is on the ground locally one to one absolutely i think that is what we found over the course of this kind of national vaccination dissemination strategy that at the very beginning you can just use mass media messaging that might catch people on tv or on the radio to encourage everyone to get.
"boyd" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win
"Dr ria boyd. Is a pediatrician and public. Health advocate who writes teaches about the relationship between structural racism and equity and health. She co developed the conversation between us and about us a national campaign to bring credible information about cova vaccines directly to black and latin ex communities. Dr boy thank you for taking the time to talk us in. What must be a very busy season of your your life course. Thank you so much for having me. Let's get into the conversation that we're all having right now and this has been the hardest thing for me. I've been really excited to talk to you and was so grateful that you were coming on our show and i had a hard time coming up with questions because i felt like that. It's just the question is what we're all really focused on right now. I personally in one of those rare breakthrough cases. I ended up getting infected with kovin sick a few weeks ago and and have been working really hard to find compassion for people who choose not to be vaccinated. And and i know that it's a lot deeper than just your political party and And the polarization that we have so many of these people are being fed..
"boyd" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win
"Some mistakes which i think pretty much every elected did during the pandemic And some of his more attention because of who he is and big the state is but he he just passed an incredible budget for the state of california that is going to help people And not just prevent them from going into poverty but let them up out of poverty. The state of california is paying the back rent For all the people who Weren't able to pay their rent. During the pandemic the landlords are going to get the money that is owed to them So they're they're making everyone even so good work. All around. this is not deserved. This is all political games totally political games and and all that stuff that you just talked about his true but also people think that this is a recall about his pandemic response. It is not. It was actually initiated Way before the corona virus by A group of republicans based out of orange county. One of them. Who was on chris hayes. Last week talking about the The recall effort and said we definitely need to get gray davis out of office. And and and chris hayes was like i think you make gavin newsom but it just shows you like of course. Gray davis was the democratic governor who was effectively recalled. And the reason. We ended up with arnold schwarzenegger as our governor who won that recall effort so same. Republicans who have just are using any tool. They can to thwart the will of the voters are trying to do the same thing with gavin newsom so We're gonna we're gonna stop it. The big difference in this recall is that it was such a circus last time around the win. Davis was recalled and schwarzenegger was elected. There were so many. Weirdoes running This time there's like they're going to be seven pages worth of candidates on this on this ballot I think the most recognizable name is caitlin jenner That's why this might be on people's radar because she is running as a republican but At least it hasn't been the circus. It was last time. Yeah yeah you're right it. It hasn't been. I don't know if that's good or bad. I think at this point. We need more awareness about this. We need to make sure that democrats show up because the phone calls we've been making are really Simple calls but a lot of people just don't know about it and we're like just hey you're going to get a ballot in the mail overly wins that happening. Yeah august sixteenth. They drop and just vote. No oh yeah okay. I'll i'll do them an easy phone calls but people don't know so we need to make those calls all right good good action item. The second action item we have is another easy one. It's steve's pod blasts summer where we're asking you to get three friends to subscribe to this podcast. So tell them about it. Let them know what actions you've taken because of it or white great information you've gotten from it and encourage them to subscribe and listen and how fun the hosts are. Don't forget to mention that to them. And yeah as mariah likes to say. Text them the link to the podcast so they can subscribe right there on their phone. That's the easiest way to do it..
"boyd" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win
"My hero of the week is people who've gotten vaccinated may yeah. Hey like and. I'll tell you i've been thinking about this. It's because i've had in the last couple of weeks i've had a couple of cova scares I took the baby to a like a little family event With very small group of friends and family and you know couple of days later found out someone their head covadonga and that night went to dinner with people who'd spent july fourth in province town. Now this is before interesting. What had happened there that we there's massive outbreak there But everybody around had been vaccinated and wore masks indoors. And i am so grateful that they did that. Because you know these were a couple of breakthrough cases and they were. They're totally this person. Who had it was totally fine. The people in province town who've been in how didn't get it but man if this had been a year ago pre vaccine when you know who knows what happened. And i'm just grateful that to be surrounded by people who are doing what they're supposed to be doing because things aren't perfect and there's some breakthrough cases but they're preventing everybody else from from suffering and getting really sick so thank you out there to the people who are doing what the community is asking you to do. I know it's not ideal but it's it is working. yeah idea. isn't that like covert disappears overnight. It's that fewer and fewer people. Get it and those who do are are okay and that's what's happening. Yeah well great. I think that's great. And also the heroes who have dedicated so much time the healthcare workers and volunteers who have dedicated themselves to helping get shots and arms and distributing this vaccine. So i had them in there and and yeah you know we of course talk about this. A lot with dr boyd. So we don't need to go into it in too much detail right now with my own breakthrough case it's Still exceedingly rare to get a breakthrough case and Among my circle..
"boyd" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win
"I think it's time for us to recalibrate what we even mean by words like normal when we still are in a global pandemic that in many places in the world don't have access to vaccination which means the pandemic john welcome to how we win all over the country. People are doing extraordinary things. We're giving you the tools that you need to make a difference right. Now we don't agonize organize won some battles but we still have more to do as we are all grappling with another spiking cova cases due to a very contagious delta varies and a very large number of unvaccinated americans. We have a conversation with public. Health advocate dr. re avoid. We talk about her work to bring credible information about kobe vaccines to black and latte next communities and what. We can all expect as the kids head back to school this fall. Superfund chat i'm steve pearson and mariah craven and this is how we win. This is this is full of chuckles and giggles this episode heavy topic but the great and helpful conversation. And you got you got a little personal consul in there too. I did well as someone who has a breakthrough case. I'm very concerned. I had some questions that i think everyone will will want answered anyway she. She's spectacular if you don't follow her on twitter or are familiar with her work Look up dr boyd And i'm just so thrilled. She joined us at this moment in time to talk to us about all of these things in the work she does especially getting more people vaccinated and giving them credible information And helping us maybe even have a little bit of compassion for people who have not gotten vaccinated yet i was super i was super scared to get vaccinated and i just push myself to do it because it was the right thing to do but i was terrified and she's got some great resources to help ease some of those those fears we expected vaccine to take a long time and then it didn't and i was like wait now time to think about this But it it was the right move so well. What's on your mind. let's take. Let's talk about our news of the week here catching your i. I think that One thing we talked about with. Dr boyd is you know what is normal. Look like going forward. And i think new york city Is giving us our first taste of this. The first city in the country to do this. And i think others will follow but Opening up parts of the city if you have proof of vaccine so they're working in conjunction with private companies to say you know if you have your your vaccine card you can get into gems you can get into restaurants. You can attend concerts that they're putting on as sort of an incentive to get vaccinated..
"boyd" Discussed on Mind Pump
"You know. all about training. Why forms and to be honest. The the most success. I've had with development actually believe it or not was not really focusing on developing my forms. It was doing heavy dead lifts and farmer carries and i on a great exercise. Yeah but i wasn't doing them. Because i wanna build my forum. Somebody do farm just had to keep up with your bad to keep up. I mean when i was progressing my my dead lift from originally like two hundred and something pounds to getting all the way up to five hundred and fifty boyd. My forearms grow to and the strength of them the size of them and then also things like farmer carries you progress that way if you could hold on. Carry four five hundred plus pounds across the gym while you're holding onto a bar. I promise you those forearms will grow restricts. Yeah you're bringing up a good point a lot of times. The reason why people's forearms are lagging isn't they're not trained the forums. It's because they're protecting their their arms from doing a lot of work by wearing wrist straps. That's a big one. Like i've trained Clients who had long histories of working out. And i would tell them. We're going to put the wrist wraps away and they were blown away by how much. They're forums. Responded it's like well. Yeah every back exercise you do your hands have to keep up and because you're wearing this thing that holds onto the bar for you the dumbbell for you. Your forums are required to paddle reminds the last question we just talked about with developing your gluts. You know you feel you can do these forearm exercises where you really feel it in your forums. But if you end up doing all these little you know. Risk curls with ten pounds. You can do risk roles with ten pounds every day for your forms but i guarantee.
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Sixty three a year after her first arrest but bell was undeterred. She waved confederate flags out her cell window and loudly sang. Dixie for all the nearby union guards to hear she even set up. A method of communicating with the outside confederate sympathizers shot arrows with rubber balls through her window with a bow. She would then so messages into the ball before tossing it back out again during her five month. Long prison sentence. She fell deathly ill with typhoid fever. Barely surviving to tell the tale after she recovered. The union army released her and expelled her to the south. Once again buoyed went back to her old tricks this time as a courier instead of a spy despite nearly getting caught again buoyed stayed out of northern. Clutches made her way to england and married a year later. The south lost the civil war. But even this didn't get in the way of bell boyd's legacy. Her postwar career was almost stranger than her time as a spy. Boyd had one daughter of her own. She was a ruthless mother. Even shooting at a young suitor who insulted her daughter by eighteen sixty five. She was reportedly living on her own. As a widow it was around then that she released her memoirs belle boyd in camp and prison she also took to the stage starring in productions all across england. Eventually she returned to the states and continued to act in plays. She wrote herself a one woman lecture and performance tour in eighteen sixty six. She named her new one woman. Show the perils of a spy and styled herself as cleopatra of the succession belle boyd had quite a reputation in the south but she still found herself financially struggling now with five children and a new husband. Her life was dramatically different than she had imagined. It would be. She died of a heart attack on stage in nineteen hundred at the age of fifty six though many women spied for both sides during the american civil war. Bell boyd's boldness and strange glamour has fascinated historians throughout the ages. No doubt her memory will one day. Fade along with the oppression. She fought for. Thanks for listening today in true crime. I'm vanessa richardson. If you're interested in more stories about the american civil war check out our episodes of unsolved murders on the death of confederate sympathizer. John rains you can find more episodes of today in true crime. And all other spotify originals. From podcast for free on spotify. We'll be back with a brand new episode tomorrow in true crime today in. True crime is a spotify. Original from podcast. It is executive produced by max cutler. Sound design by paul liba skin with production assistance by ron shapiro. Trent williamson carly madden and aaron larson. This episode of today in true crime was written by matthew team. Draw with writing assistance by terrel wells and fact checking by amber hurley. I'm vanessa richardson. 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Though she to be an innocent eighteen year old woman. Boyd was an incredibly effective spy. The union newspapers were already running tales of the beautiful southern lady who confounded their federal soldiers but the union didn't have too much trouble tracking her down. Her hometown of martinsburg virginia changed hands many times in the civil war making her capture far easier than expected so on july twenty ninth. Belle boyd was taken by the troops. Without much of a fight. They moved her to the old capitol prison in washington. Dc where no rebel could escape. The guards laughed that they were going to be watching over a teenage girl but perhaps they should have taken her more seriously just over a year. Prior on july fourth eighteen sixty one union soldiers had occupied martinsburg while they're a federal soldier drunkenly harassed southern woman on the street as he hurled obscenities at her. The woman seventeen year old daughter had enough. The young belle boyd drew her pistol and shot the yankee dead. The military swiftly investigated boyd for the murder but the authorities determined that she hadn't done anything wrong she was merely defending herself and her mother against an aggressor. That incident marked the beginning of a military career. A daughter slaveholders. Belle boyd was a firm believer in the southern. 'cause she realized she could take advantage of the fact that the union army was camping near her home she styled herself as an independent spy for the confederacy and she gained information using one of the oldest tricks in the book the art of seduction. She flirted with union soldiers and disarmed them with her considerable charm. Once they revealed the information she needed she promptly carried it back to the rebel army by eighteen. Sixty two boyd had already earned herself quite the reputation. The union soldiers learned to keep an eye out for her. The press gave her a series of nicknames including the amazon of success shia the rebel joan of arc and of course la belle rebel in addition to her espionage boyd also carried secret messages to confederate guerrillas in union occupied territories an excellent horseback rider. She was ineffective courier but as a spy. Her greatest accomplishment occurred during the battle of shenandoah while eavesdropping on union officers. Boyd learned more and more about the army's strategies when she learned that confederate general stonewall jackson was going into battle in front royal virginia. She jumped into action. Armed with information about their strategies. She ran across the battlefield between the two armies allegedly dodging bullets to reach the confederate camp. She arrived at the last minute with just enough time to inform jackson of the planned. Attack in the ensuing conflict the confederates one. Stonewall jackson wrote a letter to belle. Boyd personally commending. Her bravery some claim that she was even awarded an honorary commission as a captain in the army. Flush with success. Belle boyd continued pinching information from lonely yankee officers on at least one other occasion to union. Cavalryman offered to escort her home. Sensing an opportunity. She led them straight to a confederate regiment. The rebels called the northerners and kept them as prisoners of war but by july eighteen. Sixty two boyd was of no use to anybody. Shut in a prison in washington. Dc it seemed like her career as a spy was over. She needed to pursue other options if she wanted to serve the southern. 'cause coming up. Belle boyd becomes a celebrity. Imagine living with a secret so big that if anyone ever found out it would change everything. Imagine carrying that secret with you every day. Desperate to one day. Get it off your chest. Do you think you could take a secret like that to the grave. I'm stephania haeggman. 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"Engine fair here. On that united airlines flight from colorado dia to hawaii that reigned aircraft parts of down on areas of broomfield of or at least a mile. This past saturday has thrust the boeing seven seventy seven aircraft engine types and fan blades into the spotlight now. Thankfully the plane returned to denver safely. No injuries reported among the two hundred thirty one passengers and ten crew members or colorado Residents for that matter but The images from that incident and passenger reports have raised countless questions about one of the airline industries goto wide-body jets for europe hawaii and other long haul flights for analysis joined this morning by mike. Boyd mike boyd is president of evergreen based of boyd group international. Mike it's good. Catch up with the again good morning. What did you see transpire on saturday. It was an uncontained fan Failure that that's happened before where a fan blade breaks off or several of them break off and takes a lot of the engine with it. It's happened before but it's very rare and this engine is not widely used across the world. So i think it's one of those things. They're going to fix it. But it's not something that's going to hamstring industry. Now as you said it's not prevalent. See this transpire every day but it certainly did get our attention that pratt and whitney engine burst into planes and the united airlines pilot. I wanna talk a little bit about The training that pilots go through on a simulators because this man was our sully in the sky. Don't think i'm lapsing into purgatory. Hear his call to air control Was so calm and so collected you talk about grace under pressure. But we've had this happen this engine blow out with at least two other flights right. It happened occasionally across the world in engines. Have been different so it's not something attractive one particular engine but i will say this though what that pilot did was the same thing that ninety nine point five percent of all united pilots would have done and the point five percent of them vacation right now so that that's the level of training that we have at our airlines in america and a lot of that training for united pilots. If i'm not mistaken takes place right here. In denver right certainly does absolutely it does and again it's It's one of those things. If you can drive on i twenty five or you can fly a night at the second is going to be a little more a little safer kind of putting it all into perspective but it was incredible as we saw Airplane debris raining down last said for about a mile through broomfield parks and neighborhoods had to love the guy that was talking about the cowling that came down and destroyed struck and damaged. His house has got her. I believe he thought it was his neighbors trampoline. Because this kind of thing that you don't see every single day. So let's just say boeing has taken its hits in a recent times not only with this latest incident but also with the seven thirty seven match. Where what do they have to do again here. Had nothing really. To do with boeing percent with the pratt and whitney four thousand series engine that specific four thousand series engine and again the airport. Airplanes have been flying for twenty two years without any problem. So it didn't really a boeing. Issue is an issue of machinery And it doesn't mean boeing didn't fail here. What we had is a machine that did fail. And i will guarantee you by by now. They know what did fail. that's why they only grounded. I think it was what twenty two airplanes or more than more flying around that engine type but they know specifically what it was and they went specifically to the airplanes it would be affected so i think it underscores the fact that we need to separate fact from fiction with this. But what about someone. Who's thinking about taking long haul flight and wondering about the safety which i think you have address but just wanted to hear it from you once again wondering about the safety of this aircraft to say because you can get. I mean it's just playing. You can't get any safer than that again. Anything made by the handyman can break but keep in mind the airplanes that are getting millions of parts on this airplane in monitor. Everyone so i would say take a trip you know. Bring your mask in hawaii. Well said as only aviation experts. Mike void president of evergreen based boyd group. International can do my. Thanks so much for your time. Your insights your perspectives. This morning certainly do appreciate it. You a good day and you as well. Eight twelve down thirteen ten. Kfi k thirteen ten kfi k. A. dot com northern colorado's voice mornings with gail via the auto collision specialists studios. Now it's interesting. Because united is the only airline with a boeing seven. Seventy seven's powered by that engine. That actually failed on saturday. It's a pratt and whitney four thousand engine. Federal aviation administration said there are one hundred. And twenty eight older boeing seven seventy seven powered by these united by the way the only us carrier with planes with the affected engines. According to a piece i pulled out of usa today by done gilbertson. The airline had twenty four in operation and twenty eight in storage before a during the pandemic before voluntarily grounding down a late sunday this as a result of that really terrifying incident that transpired in the skies on saturday grounding step further than the app as directive to step up inspections on boeing seven. Seventy seven's with the pratt and whitney engine specifically the fan blades but Yeah that united flight. Three twenty eight from denver to the experience what is called an uncontained engine failure. What does that mean. well that means parts as well. Many residents of broomfield experienced on saturday as this engine failed and parts raining down for about a mile over broomfield that means parts exited the engine despite protective coverings and other safety measures now needless to say uncontained failures much more dramatic and tend to be more dangerous than other engine failures. Obviously because of the potential damage the aaron parts can inflict on the plane not to mention as they raid down on innocent bystanders as a result. But you have to remember as aviation analyst aviation expert. Mike boyd told us this morning. This is rather on usual closing in on eight fifteen now. Thirteen ten kfi k. A thirteen ten. Kfi a dot com this time. Check sponsored by the candlelight dinner playhouse in johnstown where the church basement ladies takes center stage now through march. Twenty eighth all you have to do is visit colorado. Candlelight dot com for tickets and show information. Candlelight dinner playhouse broadway in your backyard here.