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"brian scott" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"brian scott" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"Actually until i would say until this one. I thought that was my favorite of all of them that came out and now at ranked this one number one and x tune out number two and then the the original one would be number three if i did a top serie offensive next tune in this one. Are you really don't know I guess this one was so so difficult to put together you. There was very little interference and We had to do so much manipulation. I did it'll pull things off. I still see that built the duct tape and the on the screen you know like fortunately i guess no one does it. I cringe at some point. Just because you know what tricks. I'm doing it it's really and My my i beyond you know. But i guess after awhile i forget about all that and fresh eyes and make a new between the two so yeah i think i think they both You know. I think they really dovetail each other. Really well and You know it puts the third movie in perspective. Were it belongs out. Say that and and and he. I like pretty much. Just keep it where it is and you can kind of look at it and and and laugh at not wanna throw popcorn at the screen as when i first saw you know the original one There's also thing where bryant understands this universe and understands these characters also and it just it really translates to the screen in really really really cool and another thing that i thought was very key behind the scenes. Is you and brian working together on an x men film. I would say that is part of the formula of the film's success. Besides the script and the actors i mean you both know each others moves and you worked so well as a team in a really made some great films together and to see that you know when i heard you were involved another part of me relaxed knowing that well. Brian scott and john's there. I'm gonna you know this one. I'm not as worried. As i was last time without brian and without john so it was like what's going on. You know right right. Well yeah i mean you know. It's nice to us that that that that system of filmmaking. That that that we have on on a film that people are actually gonna go see you waste on that energy and effort and talent on on on you know like the last one. We did which. I still feel very proud about the. You know the work on film. I was like who's going to want to see this movie. You know so. It's nice to do a film and kill yourself on knowing that people are definitely gonna go see it. Yeah it's even more inspiring to really try to knock it out the ballpark because And actually more. You're more paranoid because it relies on my everyone's gonna see this one so this is the one we we do. Our job on this was. This was really cool. I mean it just seems like the summer season is starting earlier and earlier. I mean although you movie came out at the traditional time for the beginning of summer morial day weekend well host to it was supposed to come out What when did they come out about a week from now. Yeah that's right that's right. That's what we're supposed to come out in the middle of shooting. They decided to change the release date and and so really It really accelerated things for us. So there's no time we literally got three months chopped off of our brutal. So i guess what these films. Sometimes it you have to work. Nothing is set in stone. It's almost perry fluid the way it all works nothing. You can't can't.

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"brian scott" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"brian scott" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"So thank you again for the call Brian Scott to don in Cleveland, Don. You're on CBS Sports. Ready. What's on your mind? How's it going, man? Merry Christmas. Merry Christmas. He was well done. Appreciate it. Just one of the two points. I honestly agree with the last caller. I think the NFC is completely wide open. I think that defense is terrible this year and I personally I agree with you guys. I think that the Saints are going to go all the way. I mean, the chiefs are going to go all the way. But I think that their defense could be exposed now, and I think it's gonna be a shootout. But I personally think that the same can go all the way. I think they might. Get knocked out in the NFC championship, but to your point with Drew Brees being hurt, you know, honestly, I think 90% Drew Brees is better than 100% Taysom Hill. Or, you know, 100% Jamis Winston, and I think you had to start working on back in there at some point. So on my second question for you, and so I'm calling. I'm a Cleveland fan. I just kind of want to know your thoughts on the Browns. And how far do you think We have a chance to go in the playoffs this year and your thoughts on Baker's improvements. All right, John. Thanks for the call, buddy. Um A little higher than again. That's no problem. And then ISI is definite. Y. You're saying NFC title game is their ceiling. I think it's a little lower, but I get personal. Like I said, I can't fault your argument. They're saying the NSC is wide open. As for the Browns, I'll give you a quick tease as to one of my gifts acting a Santa Here that will go we're going to do. Santa is gonna be gifting every single plant in the NFL one gift them to take to the playoffs for May. I would gift the Brown's place experience and it brings up to say this. I really like the way cleverness playing right now They're playing their best football right now, which is the way it should be for make some moves in the playoffs, And I truly do think in the A F. C from seeds 2 to 7, so excluding the chief's here, I think any team in the playoffs can win again. So with that said, I think the Browns if they got to go to Tennessee, Pittsburgh, Buffalo, even Buffalo. I think the Browns could go in there and win my my paws in feeling bullish on the Browns sort of having that kind. Actually, the same Stealing is a saint. I think they can win a playoff game. I'm a little concerned, and I really don't feel confident past that. I'm not predicting and go to the town again. That is for sure. My biggest concern. The Brown is their lack of playoff experience. You look around assuming now if the Ravens get into the final playoff spot on number seven and bump the Dolphins out there currently right now the same record deficit the tiebreaker, But doctors ever tougher schedule, including paying the bills is weak. Ravens If they get in. I mean that Baker Mayfield is the only quarterback in the Air Sea without a playoff start. The Browns are a very young team of very playful and experienced teams. That gets me a little concerned. When you're going against teams have been there, How to know and know how to win the playoffs. That has me a little concern to believe it, and then they can make a legitimate run to let's say in a see Tom again, So I think the brass can absolutely won a playoff game. If even if they have to go on the road if they don't win the division, and if they have to go on the road to like, say, Buffalo, Tennessee, Pittsburgh. Whoever that first round matchup is, I feel confident they can go in there and win the game. So to me, the Browns have sort of the same ceiling that It seems to That's what I'm talking about. How far in your mind in the ST go in the playoffs, Maybe the Vikings 50 to 33 11 4. What is there, so we'll take one more call before? Get out here. Let's go to Mike in New Jersey. Mike, you're on CBS Sports radio. What's going on? Thanks for taking my call. Ryan really appreciate it. Um, I kind of wanna. I guess I wanted to ask you a question on the definition of ceiling because if we're talking that Everything worked to go right with the Saints, Right? What? What is their ceiling? I would make the case that the NFC championship game would be that feeling. You know, if all things were clicking and Because everything else is a crapshoot. At this point, right, you know, the NSC is wide open, like previous callers said. But I think if everything went their way, they could easily make it to the NFC championship game. Now, I don't think even if they played a perfect game, they would be able to beat the Packers, assuming they Um, Green Bay made it That's more. But in terms of feeling I think that in New Orleans played Pretty much a perfect game. Each of the first couple rounds they could. They could make it to the NFC championship game. Just because the NFC is wide open and you would, you would probably bet your money or at least Feel good about going into whether it's Tampa Bay. Or, you know the Rams Seahawks. It's a tossup, but but you wouldn't say they have no shot, right? Oh, no, no, no, I'm not saying that at all. Oh, no, no, no, I'm with you. Especially the answer being Why? No, I'm not saying that. They have no shot. I'm just saying that the way I've been watching the Saints these last two or three weeks, especially since your reason returned..

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"brian scott" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"brian scott" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Right, shell. Count us up one too. from her fourth C is causing I didn't even hear the three because the music was Salvador. My cut out. I don't know. Sorry. This music is pumping today, man. It is driving. So lutely driving. Where did you find this? Brian Scott Lester Scott Lester's the Man. Scott Lester's a world renowned composer. He's got it down, brother. Was fun. We're young. It is Valentine in the morning. Give me a second. I need to get my story straight. My friends are in the bathroom getting higher than the Empire State. My love. She's waiting for me. Just across the bomb must have been taken busted sunglasses asking about a scar. No, I gave it to you months ago. I know you're trying to forget. But between the drinks and subtle things the holes in my apologies, You know, I'm trying to take it back. So bar closes and you feel like fallen down. I'll carry you home. Wait. No. Crazy. The time the bar closes and you feel like fall and carry you home. Tonight. 143 my fans. It is valid.

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"brian scott" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"brian scott" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Radio time 102 Grisly Creek Fire officials say they're working to get I 70 through Glenwood Canyon re opened as soon as possible, but that there's still lots of work to do. We've still probably got The utilities that are working along that corridor, replacing the pools that have Could have burned. Fire spokesman Brian Scott says new crews arriving have the number of firefighters now at more than 800. The Grizzly Creek fire has burned about 30,000 acres. The closure of I 70 through Glenwood Canyon has caused transportation delays as trucks have had to take the long way around the canyon Governor Polish moving last call for alcohol from 10 to 11 o'clock effective tonight. The governor says covert 19 data convinced him to extend last call by an hour and he's hinting another extension may not be too far away. My hope is it, Khun B. Ah, you know midnight as soon as possible, and hopefully the data will bear that out. The 11 o'clock. Last call applies to restaurants and bars that served food. The idea behind an early last call is to stop people who've been drinking from mixing and spreading the virus. In sports. The Broncos say no fans in the stadium for the season opener against the Tennessee Titans. That's Monday night, September 14th. But the team says it is hopeful a limited number of fans congratulate be allowed over the course of the upcoming season. The Broncos say they're working closely with the state to make sure fans can eventually attend games. And the team has announced plans for sanitizer stations and improved H Vac system and Touchless technology for bathrooms. Also the ABS and Stars Game one this evening and the Rockies at the Dodgers tonight. You can catch it on news radio or on the I Heart radio APP. Next update at 1 30, David Ko Ko Way News Radio 8:50 A.m. and 94 1 FM earlier crash.

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"brian scott" Discussed on Bodega Boys

Bodega Boys

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"brian scott" Discussed on Bodega Boys

"Is a metal. Are We Meta. Can you be metaphor. You can't be met her from the Bronx which is run on our chests. Did it from Queens. Sure that use of people thinking that just just because an NBA player is older. Wash that they could beat them. Because y'all play college ball like iota singers wash bro You cannot be the NBA player that you cannot be mb. It does not matter when they retired. What's you know if they were on the bench bro? You cannot be. I'm telling you regular niggers you cannot. I don't care how hard all you who at the Y.. City sports for you cannot be an NBA player. Did you ever see the legendary like youtube like the series. The videos with Brian Scott Brennan he was cooking. And he's fucking the doofus like ginger on the planet. He was over here given what the fuck is blocked. It's you're not gonNA be playing. You'll be thoroughly embarrassing. The Press Saga apponaug backfired. Terrible speaking of wash basketball players. ooh Can do he katie. Because Katie was a stark. Are Starring Center Kendrick. Curtains average a whopping two and three during a series. He played hard though champ. Ll more stop you do the weakest move NBA history up on a three. Three one in the Wisconsin's files and then joining fellow season Chevy right there bob bomb believe catcher Perkins. Well Fuck Kevin Durant like yeah. Looks like that guy but basketball players GONNA fight on the job for that.

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"brian scott" Discussed on Free audio sermons: Get free audio sermons and free audio Bible studies!

Free audio sermons: Get free audio sermons and free audio Bible studies!

08:31 min | 2 years ago

"brian scott" Discussed on Free audio sermons: Get free audio sermons and free audio Bible studies!

"Sons of concubines. Why thank you? What's Abraham's relation to sons? He's the father so the father is giving the kids guest. We have an example of what occurring a parent sometimes gives Gifts to their to the kids. Why does that happen? Sometimes I think think that's basic answer. Good answer we love you. We're going to give you get any other reasons that might be included with that privilege or privilege can sometimes factor into that. There is anything else all right sometimes. It's your favorite. Doesn't say that six but yes sometimes. That's the reason what about helping kids. Anybody remember as you were maybe hitting sixteen seventeen eighteen starting to think about making your way in the world or you're you're starting starting to drive. Maybe you've got a car or maybe got some money a gift of money to not pay for the whole amount of the car but at least enough to make down payment or you're getting ready to leave home and mom Audet gave you some gifts. This is going to help you go out into life and accomplish his cahiers. You're rolling pin. Go Out and go out and working. Well you got deprive you got. You got deprive. Sometimes that does work out genesis. Genesis Chapter Twenty five and Bruce Sticks. We've got another reference because it's going to come from point number number seven. This is over in the book of proverbs. Proverbs Chapter Nineteen and for six thinking about some of the reasons why gives her given. We already covered several as far as possible. The reasons gifts are given earlier in the class. Ba Let's see what we've got under consideration. Proverbs nineteen six. I is what we want and Kathy be has according to the proper brighter white is some people give. UPS All right That helps sometimes grease the wheels so to speak. You see that in the business relationship people give gifts hoping that there's going to to be good feelings towards one another now. We are all old enough to realize some people try to buy friendships with gifts. I WANNA give you a gift and that's hopefully going to have. You're going to have better feelings about me and so forth and that's not right but sometimes people who are friends you'll give gifts we do give gifts and that causes. Some people have warm feelings towards one another now as we think about gifts between people that certainly common but as we look at point number eight and head over to the book of these Ecclesiastes three and I this shift sampas this a little bit here instead of stress as far as gifts from God instead of just from people we have a shift to gifts from God. The third is campus. Look again yeah please. Yes three thirteen carol. Scott thank you Moore who his Labor you thank you you think about that. God provides gifts just two people. That's what Salman has to say and he says here's some. Here's some about gifts what you have to drink what you have to eat the ability to work for the job that hopefully if you don't enjoy at least as it is acceptable the life that we have on earth. That's what Solomon said. That is a gift from God. Lot of people don't see it in that way. A lot of people look at the life and I wish I had a different life but everybody has at least some good things about their life and God does give gifts especially as we think about his people to live point. Number nine is a thought question if we receive some gifts today and they didn't necessarily I have to be gifts that we unwrapped some of the gifts that we received today Christmas Day. All right. I think that's where you got to begin. That's the foundation gift and you could go back took lease. ESPN three thirteen for that. Good answer what else gifts today. Children all right sometimes uh-huh people parents they wanNA hear I call. My mom had a conversation with her. It was able to talk to her mother Sometimes that's a gift for parents to be able to talk to a child especially if that's not a daily occurrence. What else gifts from the day doesn't matter All right we we. Have we have more weather today. We may not have broken record but we we're certainly north of where we normally are. Aren't we as far as temperature temperature. I didn't bring in a coat tonight and I think that was probably true for some others and that was gift people wanted to go out and rake leaves or working the yard or take a walk a gifts news any else gifts that we received today all right a lot of people if they didn't eat a big meal today as far as quote unquote fresh brewed. They had some good leftovers. They've been eating. They've been eating well for a few days and probably today was another great meal. Anything else gifts we received Orland. I was hoping somebody would contribute something along that line of kids. They received some things that they they wanted. It might have been a toy. Might have been something along the line of a book. Maybe a phone. Maybe an electron device. Some maybe new socks maybe new shoes new winter coat gloves different gifts. Some of them are tangible. Some of them are not as we think about that point. We turn next to the book of Acts Looking next chapter after three verses. One through seven going back to sort of what Marcia had to say a minute ago. Not all gifts are tied in with money. In fact some of the very best gifts in life have no relationship at all to money. Brian Scott an extra versus one through seven plays John Together into the temple of the hour. The power of Jerry Lee late daily of beautiful has also been entered the temple apple drawing about the temple acid reader fascinating as John said look on us and he gave them expecting to receive something of them. NPR said sober. Have done such a have give my the neighbor juice rice rice up the walk. They took took the right handed to them up to speed straight. And you think about this. Here's a guy or picture a mandate who's forty eighty years old. He's never walked. Can't walk can't walk doesn't even have a decent set of crutches and you walk up and you see I'm GonNa give you five million bucks folks. How useful that the guy? If there's no medical care that can do much for you. How useful five million dollars if not very useful? I'm GONNA give you a trip so you can go skiing and see the Alps. Well you know money if you are. In certain circumstances census money has no benefit whatsoever. This whole it didn't need money. What did he need? He needed his health restored. And and that's exactly what he got. Sometimes when we think about gifts it's always good to pause remember. The best gifts are not always financial if the list of other examples as far as gifts which are sometimes the far superior gift but no money is involved. Would you list all all right. I think that's one of the things that you have to put on the top five list. I've got some friends that are solid. Friends may not have a lot of money or other material resources. But I've got some wonderful people in my life. What else friendships? Advice our advice as far as being able to give it or people. Don't get a prompt attitude street. Okay.

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"brian scott" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

05:05 min | 3 years ago

"brian scott" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"I am filling in for Brian as Brian is on his way to Chicago to meet up with brother bread. He's in the air currently, and they're going to be actually broadcasting together for mom's living room on the card table tomorrow with us, and it's going to be an absolute blast. But we were talking about how everybody knows Bryant hates his mom's coffee and he has a coffee dilemma we talked about it a little bit yesterday. This is what it sounded like. The coffee is very good this morning, I'm gonna be you know, I'm headed. I'm headed to mother's house. That's right. I'll be broadcasting for mom's house on Friday. And so I was just yesterday because her coffee is so terrible. I was just. Does she know you think that, yes? Because I wake up early I make my own Potter coffee, and then she wakes up at pours, it out and makes her own you. Oh, she pours out the good being coffee, and then makes bad beans. Yes, she. Says the same thing about Brian Scott. Oh, yeah. Fix my coffee sucks that I think, hers well we can get Sussman. Family gripe. We've had this contentious relationship forever. We've worked out most of the details all these many years later, but except for the coffee. The coffee thing has not worked out, somebody to be east facing their ground to literally thinking yesterday. Okay. I got to get this coffee thing dialed and thinking that maybe as I'm traveling to her house, because Brad's going to pick me up at the airport brother Brad, and I'll do the show, live from her house. Brother bradfo, pick me up at the airport. I was wondering, maybe we could just stop stop off. At a real coffee, shop, and I'll get like a six shot, Espresso, and I won't drink it. I'll just take it to mom's house, put it in the refrigerator and then warm it up the next day. I've never done re warmed Espresso before I was just gonna ask, we'll be as good. I don't know I've never ever done that, but I'm so desperate to get great coffee in the morning and not have to worry about her waking up after I make it and then pouring it out. Aren't you going to have to put it in a glass container? Something I don't know because I don't think you can leave it in a paper. No, you can't leave the pig. Okay. I'll put it into the glass, I'll try that. It's worth a shot. Ryan's medicine or something where she right? Throw it out. Yeah. Blood, you won't do that, watch your MD it out, anyway. Just to get back you. Watch this. Don't need this. Well, we better get this situation figured out because we all know how you are when you don't have your the worst. I just admit I'm addicted, I get it to Shannon have a solution for my coffee problem. Shed a good morning. Is there a solution here for my coffee issue? Thank you for calling. You're welcome. My pleasure. Right. It's fun to buying your own coffee pot and maybe putting your name on it going to bed bath and beyond, or one of those places, and even getting expressive, if you make him an Espresso, maybe the, the Espresso machine would work if it was another coffee machine. My mom would probably throw it out, because she would determine there's too much junk on her countertop. She would she say too much clutter. We're getting rid of it. Right. And goes by machine. All right. I'm done with you guys. I can picture Brian buying his own Espresso machine and his mom just taking a bat to it. Like, we did that Keurigs. Hi. When did we do that to the cure? I can't recall how long ago that. Remember the story with that the boycott a boycott of curate because curing did some anti-trump thing or I forget what it was. That's right. But we took a baseball bat by frighten the studio studio who's boss walks by. Plastic everywhere. We've seen. He's like, elastic everywhere. This guy's on doing the beating the heck out of the curate with a bad because if they heard it was anti Trump here, we'll kill it. But count. That's on video somewhat. I'll have to find it. Okay. I do like the Espresso machine idea. I think she would live with an expressive another coffee machine. She Chuck that would be she wouldn't do it. But maybe a nice modest Espresso machine. Yeah. That could work and I'll go to bed bath and beyond just, Shannon. The caller from willow creek suggested. I think you have found a foolproof plan Anthony checks in Anthony. Thanks for being with us in the case of a morning show. Go ahead. Good morning..

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"brian scott" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"brian scott" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Sudan, show here on ESPN LA came and ski hanging out with us today in about. Trying to do my math here about forty minutes or so. Yeah. About forty minutes just under forty minutes. Thirty five forty minutes, Brian Windhorst is gonna stop by from Toronto, Brian Scott, some strong stuff on the Lakers, and it's very similar to what you and I will probably talk about here and. He is of the belief much like I am after kind of the aftermath of the Baxter home story in the rebuttal from magic, and this, that, and the other the sky isn't necessarily falling. Okay. Super. You know what I would call the Baxter home situation is super embarrassing? But not catastrophic because and I touched on this briefly yesterday. With Kirk, which is the stories that Baxter and there were a couple that we didn't know about clearly, the heath ledger story that everybody had fun with Andy, but even the stuff with Luke and the coaches meetings, I had kind of touched on some of that and Baxter and I talked about that. But there was some of the stuff that we knew there were some, some new revelations in their Clooney the way that the office people felt about magic, but it added details to some of the stories we already knew. Show. I mean, there's only so much embarrassment that you can take, you know, like it's like a Cup, right? You fill it up, and eventually it's going to overflow. But that's it like it's gonna flow boil over and that's it. You clean it up, and you're onto the next thing, and I do think that's what's going to happen here with the Lakers is that they're still the Lakers. They've got thirty nine million cap space. They've got LeBron bleeping James recruiting in a way, Andy that I've never seen him recruit. And I just wrote about that for the athletic, and that I think is so important right now because a it shows LeBron gauged, and there were, I think, rightful questions last season about his engagement, and they fed the narrative of he showed up here for Hollywood. I for the lifestyle, I, I firmly first basketball second dish. You know. That's why he was here. But also to LeBron is the one thing that you can confidently sell. Yeah. Or even just the one thing that, you know what it is. Is no doubt like the front office is for right now a mess, and there is rightfully questions about its competence, and its direction and who are the people making decisions. Those are those are questions that for the time being are on answered their questions about Pelinka. There's questions about Jeannie bus, and whether or not she's really up for being the leader of all this. There's questions about the roster because it's in flux. We know it's going to look different next year. We don't know who among the kids are going to be around. We don't know about branding Ingram health moving forward. There's always question surrounding Lonzo if no other reason, because of his dad. And even if you like Frank Vogel's a higher, and I actually think he was a solid higher due to the process was a debacle. Sure, but Frank Vogel in of himself was a solid higher. But we don't know what it's going to look like with them. Lebron is the one thing that, you know what it looks like even with some of the politics and some of the things that make playing with LeBron not always easy. You don't know what it is. I agree. He's the one. One thing. Yeah. He's the thing you can sell that's it because you know, granted he got hurt last year, but you have the advantage of saying, but he's never had six months off. You know what I'm saying to get himself ready.

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"brian scott" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"brian scott" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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"brian scott" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"brian scott" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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"brian scott" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"brian scott" Discussed on KGO 810

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"brian scott" Discussed on KGO 810

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02:32 min | 3 years ago

"brian scott" Discussed on KGO 810

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"brian scott" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

18:44 min | 3 years ago

"brian scott" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Talking about the Arctic freeze sixteen deaths apart in the mid west route with this thing, what a horrible thing it's terrible. And you know that animals have suffered just a story of a guy left his dog outside. How could you do in these these they arrested him they charged him with? Animal died. I assume probably probably gosh this thing that we're dealing with is everything seems to be in bigger swings of the pendulum, and that has what the computer said would happen and a global warming world that there would be things like the polar vortex. I there's physical reasons for why having to do with the upper atmosphere, although related to a general trend of warming, and it is it has been in the computer for going all the way back to when I was doing all the medical programming for the ABC station in Boston that was in the end of the seventies. And I interviewed one of the Harvard. Scientists who back then was one of the very first to start doing calculations on carbon dioxide and. An increase in then the twentieth century, and they didn't have the computers that they have today. But I remember doing an interview with him and how sober he was in his Harvard office saying that if we are continuing on the path that we were then in the seventies. That by the time we got into the twenty first century and there were predictions then. And it's amazing to me. Remembering that interview how much today is like what the computer, even then I with crude computer projections that it was very similar, and it's almost a bigger question. Why does humanity always have to go through learning? Everything the hard way. Well, it always does doesn't it? It seems to be any conferences coming up for you. Yeah. Conscious life expo you there. Yes. That's in. What is this? Now. It's the third weekend from. This weekend. And then it's three weeks into February. Right. I think it's right toward the end of February. And I I'm doing work in the beginning of February with ancient aliens on some really fascinating. Stories. And so for those who ask me all the time. Yes, ancient aliens is going forward. We're in the twelfth season. We're doing more exciting things this year and then conscious life expo. I love that. It's kind of one of those where it doesn't it remind you of being on a really busy New York City street that LA I love it. Yeah. It's vertical and a thousand things are happening all at once. And I think it's one of the more fun conferences, we've got contact in the desert coming up for me. That's right. And and aren't at conscious life expo you. And I and others were on a call UFO panel together. We sure are you are you going to be on this one? Who knows what they've got stacked up for us. Well, it conscious life. I know. I am I'm with you on that one. So I'm looking forward to it. Okay. Let's go to the phones. Now, they lineup Thomas in LA Hoya. Hey Thomas, George, thank you for taking my call. And I wanna thank you your staff and above all the audience to kind, Tom. It's just a miracle. Seven nights a week, and Linda you do such magnificent research. Thank you. Thank you. And I think the coast audience was also very appreciative going to build upon well fifty years ago this year, we have the Apollo missions twenty five years ago this month in February of my team ninety four. There was project Harmon time. Clementine project. It's a satellite. Not sponsored by NASA. And was sponsored by the department of defense strategic defense initiative. Right. I talked about it with Dr shoemaker the geologist who was overseeing what that clementine was going to do on the moon, and I had a fascinating interview with him in Baltimore. They it was so interesting that we had clementine and then remember all of those pieces of an asteroid that came in and hit Jupiter. Yes. And I was in Baltimore at the university where he and a bunch of geophysicist and others had come in. They were planetary scientists. And they were doing a presentation on what could happen when these asteroid pizzas hit Jupiter shoemaker from shoemaker Levy. Yes. Right. Okay. I was sitting next to Levy and his mom jeans shoemaker was yeah. And and Dr shoemaker, and I ended up at that presentation and that live event with the impact on Jupiter talking about clementine. And I asked him I said. Weren't you going to photograph like every square inch of the moon and present it publicly? Because that was the original description of what clementine was going to do. And that it was going to go out to a very peculiar shaped asteroid and take photographs of it also and here it was where something strange. He had been jovial you've been happy. Everything was it was we had broken open bottles of champagne because that was such a huge event they asteroids going into Jupiter and being able to get some photographs. And when I asked him that question. About isn't clementine supposed to show us every square inch of the moon, especially the back. He became visibly nervous. His voice lowered he became clipped. And I knew immediately. Well, there's something here this being hidden and then the tragedy of his death. He was on a road in a car in Alice Springs, down in pine gap in Australia, head on collision. How in the name of could there have been a head on collision with that wonderful scientists in that remote rural area. I've never believed. I just can't not believe and I've often wondered that day when I asked him about the photographs on the back side of the moon, and he became so nervous. I think he will. He knew he knew that. There was an alien base. He knew that we knew that. There was an alien presence on the moon and on Mars and on the earth. I ask him other questions, and he became even more nervous and agitated and you wonder. Person. And I have always wondered what he. Taking out because he knew so much being his ashes, of course, were put on the moon by the lunar prospector. He's the only person who's ashes Ronnie celestial body outside of the planet. I think he knew a lot about I didn't know you knew him that. Well, well, in the sense of being at a conference in talking with him at in that way that you do with people when you're bonded by something. Sure. Being like, this asteroid these pieces colliding into Jupiter, and I had been sitting next to the the other Levi and his mom and where everybody I'm was a reporter. And there were reporters mixed up with the scientists. And it was just I remember that day. It was the way you wish the world were no secrets everything that's possible to learn and you're all talking, and you are enjoying the intake. Electrical stimulation. It was just oh God. It was so fun. That's why it stood out so dramatically because we had all been so wonderfully. Everybody was so warm and happy and having champagne so for me to see him completely change one hundred and eighty degrees. When I as a reporter asked him wasn't clementine supposed to photograph every inch of the moon and that we should be seeing the back side of the moon. That's why I was asking where are the photos of the back side of the moon, his visible nervousness, and shutdown has to be related to the fact that there is by every account that I've ever heard from anybody who should know there is an alien or several bases on the back side of the moon and on the inside of the moon and a Duckie's going back to the seventies member. The Brian Scott. Case. Talked with Ryan Frazier who took Brian Scott down to Peru to go to the gate of the sun where he turned into this bowl tar character and up into that time, Brian Scott as Brian Scott had even at his home. He had done these weird voices and Thelma moss at the university of California was studying him. And there was a lot of interest in Brian Scott. Well, they go to Peru. And Brian Frazier who got him down to Peru, and who kept in touch with me both before and after that trip said that one of the most, I guess vivid. Now, we just went through and abducted who is getting telepathy. It's coming in dreams organic being in his house, the abductions when he was a child, and then in the part, I mean talk about a lot of physical interaction. Brian Scott had a lot of physical interaction and somehow because Brian Frazier. I still have huge notebook. So he brought to me and said, Linda, you have to go to Peru. That's why I went to prune spent a month. He brought all these notebooks. All of these drawings from Brian Scott. And he said Brian has been shown that computers that are on the inside of the moon. The moon is. Is an machine it was placed exactly where it is that there are alliens who have been controlling the earth, the solar system interactions with the sun and all of these things and that was in the nineteen seventies with Brian Scott today. What hardly anybody could relate to then. I think it's true. It's amazing story. And you remember the late. Remote viewer. Ingles swan in his book penetration wrote about structures on the far side of the moon that he saw in his remote viewing sessions. Right. And I think in talking with Ingo privately that I talked to him about Brian Scott because there was a period of time, and I was working in New York, and I got together with Ingo and some of his friends often to talk about remote viewing. And that I believe that it was at his place where he lived in New York, and we had notebooks remote viewing notebooks. And I think he told me that he had remote viewed computers inside of them. And that was that's how we got to talking about. Brian, Scott mazing. Let's go to Terry in Modesto, California. Now, west of the Rockies. Hello terri. Hi, yes. Thanks for taking my call. Nice to say, thank you very much for studying some on this kind of an illness. Because this is something I can't get anyone to believe. What happened? Well, I was stationed at Camp Lejeune North Carolina back in the fifties. And I did tell her type it's something similar to amnesia. But quite it's called. I don't know. I can find no one to steady it humane that you feel that you were working in teletype, you might did you have a clearance to be downloading something that might have been sensitive. And then after you did that that you found that something happened, and you. I really know is I on record one day. I went into the cafeteria. I don't remember a bit of this with my shoes on the wrong feet. Mike Elizondo backwards. That is on record. Now years later, the last one I had was in June of two thousand fifteen you have these episodes. You mean, yes, I was out from June ninth to June fifteenth. And while I was out. I saw Dr Eddie -mergency room at Kaiser hospital. He saw nothing at all wrong. And they released me that night. I'm supposed to come to my home gone inside my home top two people near me. And they said that my speech with a little bit different. But that was all, but I'm getting no one to halfway believe it, what do you think has happened to you? Type in some way, another because UFO's were at LSD medicine had just come out back in the fifty put you on that. I don't I do not know what kind of medicine, but one doctor said possibly it was LSD. Well, one of the things about our past history. And I've been doing a tremendous amount of research about that and reporting is M K Alterra and that was officially sanctioned by the CIA in nineteen fifty three and it had goals to learn how to have controlled amnesia. So that you could erase the memories of people who were getting highly classified information, and then you would be able to control their minds. So that they would forget it. And that there were so many things that were happening from fifty three on, and if you were working in was it, a military capacity or Western Union? Yes. No, it was a Camp Lejeune North Carolina. It was military in a military capacity. Probably what the M K ultra CI a research was doing was focusing in military unit because once you sign on and you're working in the military. You're taking orders from the department of defense, and that is easier than to control and do that kind of research than it would be on a civilian population. Even though I think they did that as well. But you may have been one of the side victims whether anybody had any intent here here. I'll just boil it all down if they were trying to use frequencies, which I understood they were. And they were trying to find frequencies in which they can manipulate amnesia. That's one goal. Implanting new memories. That's a second goal. Do you think sound to trigger? This is the Manchurian candidate thing. That's a third goal any and all of those in the fifties. The sixties it was all experimentation. This was an strange way if you had been playing with let's say a coral snake with a bunch of kids, it's sort of similar because you don't know what's going to happen. They raced her didn't they well? This is the question could could she'd be one of the innocent victims of of ignorance. It was a time of ignorance in experimentation, and they finally learned enough and a lot. But I think that that on the Jon LeVine character and others. Where does manipulation trope program like M K ultra and being able to control amnesia and lay down false memories. And all of it. We know it has happened. It has happened over and over and over again in spades. She must have seen something Linda that came over that teletype machine. Maybe and that's the problem. How do you ever prove the absence of knowledge, you can't Linda stay with us? We're gonna come back in just a moment here on coast to coast AM and take final phone calls conversations with Linda those of you on hold. We will do our best to get you all Lynda's website earth, files dot com. Send her an Email every once in a while at earth files at earth files dot com. Tomorrow on coast to coast, we're going to have some spooky interviews for a couple of hours, and then special open lines for you right here on coast to coast AM. You can Email me at George at coast to coast AM dot com. Find out more about tonight's guest..

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"brian scott" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"brian scott" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"His ashes, of course, were put on the moon by the lunar prospector. He's the only person who's ashes runny celestial body outside of the planet. I think he knew a lot about I didn't know you knew him that. Well, well, in the sense of being at a conference in talking with him at in that way that you do with people when you're bonded by something. Like, this asteroid, these pieces colliding into Jupiter, and I had been sitting next to the the other Levi and his mom and where everybody I'm was a reporter. And there were reporters mixed up with the scientists. And it was just I remember that day. It was the way you wish the world were no secrets everything that's possible to learn and you're all talking, and you are enjoying the intellectual. Stimulating. And it was just oh God. It was so fun. That's why it's stood out so dramatically because we had all been so wonderfully. Everybody was so warm and happy and having champagne so for me to see him completely change a hundred and eighty degrees. But I as a reporter asked him wasn't clementine supposed to graph every inches the moon and that we should be seeing the back side of the moon. That's why I was asking where are the photos of the back side of the moon, his visible nervousness, and shutdown has to be related to the fact that there is by every account that I've ever heard from anybody who should know there is an alien or several bases on the back side of the moon and on the inside of the moon and Duckie's going back to the seventies member. The Brian Scott case. I talked with Ryan Frazier who took Brian Scott. Down to Peru to go to the gate of the sun where he turned into this Voltaren character and up into that time. Brian Scott is Brian Scott had even at his home. He had done these weird voices and Thelma moss at the university of California was studying him. And there was a lot of interest in Brian Scott. Well, they go to Peru and Brian Frazier who got him down to Peru and who kept in touch with me both before and after that trip. Said that one of the most I guess vivid. Now, we.

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"brian scott" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

14:35 min | 3 years ago

"brian scott" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Linda, you're talking about the Arctic freeze sixteen deaths apart in the mid west route with this thing, what a horrible thing it's terrible. And you know, that animals have suffered us just story of a guy left his dog outside. How could you do in these these they arrested him they charged him with? Guide. I assume probably probably oh my gosh. This thing that we're dealing with is everything seems to be in bigger swings of the pendulum, and that has what the computer said would happen and a global warming world that there would be things like the polar vortex. There's physical reasons for why having to do with the upper atmosphere, although related to a general trend of warming, and it is it has been in the computer for going all the way back to when I was drink all the medical programming for the station in Boston. That was in the end of the seventies. And I interviewed one of Harvard. Scientists who back then with one of the very first to start doing calculations on carbon dioxide and methane increase in then the twentieth century, and they didn't have the computers that they have today. But I remember doing an interview with him and now sober he was in his Harvard office saying that if we are continuing on the path that we were then in the seventies. That by the time we got into the twenty first century and there were predictions then. And it's amazing to me. Remembering that interview how much today is like what the computer even then with crude computer projections that it was very similar, and it's almost a bigger question. Why does humanity always have to go through learning? Everything the hard way. Well, it always does doesn't it seems to be any conferences coming up for you? Conscious life expo you there. Yes. That's in. What is this? Now. It's the third weekend from this weekend. And then it's three weeks in February. Right. I think it's right toward the end of February. Yeah. And I I'm doing work in the beginning of February with ancient alien on some really fascinating stories. And so for those who ask me all the time. Yes. Ancient alien is going forward. We're in the twelfth season. We're doing more exciting things this year and then conscious life expo. I love that. It's kind of one of those where it doesn't it remind you of being on a really busy New York City street that LA Hilton. Yeah, it's vertical and a thousand things are happening all at once. And I think it's one of the more fun conferences than we've got contact in the desert coming up for me. Right. And. And at conscious life expo you. And I and others were on a cool UFO panel together. We sure are you are you going to be on this one? Who knows what they've got stacked up force on it conscious life. I know. I am I'm with you on that one. So I'm looking forward to okay. Let's go to the phones. Now, they lineup Thomas in LA Hoya. Hey thomas. Hi, george. Thank you for taking my call. And I wanna thank you your staff and above all the audience to kind, Tom. Thank you. Thank you. Rural seven nights a week. Linda, you do such magnificent research? Thank you. Thank you. The custodians on salsa, very appreciative. I'm going to build upon fifty years ago this year. We have the Apollo missions twenty five years ago this month in February of nineteen ninety four. That was project hometime known as the commenting project. It was a satellite. Not sponsored by NASA was sponsored by the department of defense strategic defense initiative. Right. I talked about it with Dr shoemaker. He was the geologist who was overseeing what that clementine was going to do on the moon. And I had a fascinating interview with him in Baltimore. The it was so interesting that we had clementine and then remember all of those pieces of an asteroid that came in and hit Jupiter. Yes. And I was in Baltimore at the university where he and a bunch of geophysicist and others had come in. There were planetary scientists. And they were doing a presentation on what could happen when these asteroid pieces hit Jupiter who's at the shoemaker from shoemaker Levy. Yes, right. Okay. I was sitting next to Levy and his mom, gene shoemaker was and and Dr shoemaker, and I ended up at that presentation and that live event with the impact on Jupiter talking about clementine. And I asked him I said. Weren't you going to photograph like every square inch of the moon and present it publicly because that was the original description of what clementine was going to do and that it was going to go out to a very peculiar shape asteroid and take photographs of it also. And here it was where something strange. He had been jovial he'd been happy. Everything was it was we had broken open bottles of champagne because that was such a huge event. They asteroids. Going into Jupiter and being able to get some photographs. And when I asked him that question. About isn't clementine supposed to show us every square inch of the moon, especially the back. He became visibly nervous. His voice lowered the became clipped. And I knew immediately. Well, there's something here this being hidden. And then the tragedy of his death. He was on a road in a car in Alice Springs, down in pine gap in Australia, head on collision. How in the name of could there have been a head on collision with that wonderful scientists in that remote rural area. I've never believed. I just can't not believe, and I've often wondered that that day when I asked him about the photographs on the back side of the moon, and he became so nervous. I think he will. He knew he knew that. There was an alien base. He knew that we knew that. There was an alien presence on the moon in on Mars and on the earth. I ask him other questions, and he became even more nervous and agitated and he was wonderful person. And I have always wondered what he. Taken out because he knew so much being his ashes, of course, were put on the moon by the lunar prospector. He's the only person who's ashes Ronnie celestial body outside of the planet. I think he knew a lot about. I didn't know you knew that. Well, well, in the sense of being at a conference in talking with him at in that way that you do with people when you're bonded by something. Like, this asteroid, these pieces colliding into Jupiter, and I had been sitting next to the the other Levi and his mom and where everybody I was a reporter. And there were reporters mixed up with the scientists. And it was just I remember that day. It was the way you wish the world were no secrets everything that's possible to learn and you're all talking, and you are enjoying the intellectual stimulation. It was just oh God. It was so fun. That's why it stood out so dramatically because we had all been so wonderfully. Everybody was so warm and happy and having champagne. So for me to see him completely change a hundred and eighty degrees. When I as a reporter asking wasn't clementine supposed to photograph every inch of the moon and that we should be seeing the back side of the moon. That's why I was asking where are the photos of the back side of the moon, his visible nervousness, and shutdown has to be related to the fact that there is by every account that I've ever heard from anybody who should know there is an alien or several bases on the back side of the moon and on the inside of the moon at a donkeys going back to the seventies member. The Brian Scott case. I talked with Ryan Frazier who took Brian Scott down to Peru to go to the gate of the sun where he turned into this bowl tar character. And. Up into that time. Brian Scott is Brian Scott had even at his home. He had done these weird voices and Thelma moss at the university of California was studying him. And there was a lot of interest in Brian Scott. Well, they go to Peru and Brian Frazier who got him down to Peru and who kept in touch with me both before and after that trip. Said that one of the most I guess vivid. Now, we just went through and abductee who is getting telepathy. It's coming in dreams organic being in his house, the abductions when he was a child, and then in the part, I mean talk about a lot of physical interaction. What Brian Scott had a lot of physical interaction and somehow because Brian Frazier. I still have huge notebooks. And he brought to me and said, Linda, you have to go to Peru. That's why I went to prune spent a month. He brought all these notebooks. All of these drawings from Brian Scott. And he said Brian has been shown the computers that are on the inside of the moon that the moon is a machine it was placed exactly where it is that there are aliens who have been controlling the earth. The solar system interactions with the sun and all of these things and that was in the nineteen seventies with Brian Scott today. What hardly anybody could relate to then. I think it's true. It's amazing story. And you remember the late. Remote viewer. Ingles swan in his book. Attrition wrote about structures on the far side of the moon that he saw in his remote viewing sessions. Right. And I think in talking with Ingo privately that I talked to him about Brian Scott because there was a period of time. I was working in New York, and I got together with Ingo and some of his friends often to talk about remote viewing. And that I believe that he was at his place where he lived in New York, and we had notebooks a remote viewing notebooks. And I think he told me that he had remote viewed computers inside of them. And that was that's how we got to talking about Brian Scott. Let's go to Terry in Modesto, California. Now, west of the Rockies. Hello terri. Hi. Thanks for taking my call. Thank you very much for studying some on this kind of illness. Because this is something I can't get anyone to believe. What happened? Well, I was stationed at Camp Lejeune North Carolina back in the fifties. And I did tell her Tate. It's something similar to amnesia. But quite it's called. I don't know. I can find no one to steady it. You mean that you feel that you were working in teletype, you might did you have a clearance to be downloading something that might have been sensitive. And then after you did that that you found that something happened, and you could. I really know is I son record one day. I went into the cafeteria. I don't remember this. But my shoes on the wrong feet by closed on backwards. That is on record you now years later, the last one I had was in June two thousand fifteen you have these episodes. You mean, yes, I was out from June ninth to June fifteen. And while I was out. I saw Dr Eddie -mergency room at Kaiser hospital. He saw nothing at all wrong. And they released me that night. I'm supposed to come to my home gone inside my home talk to people near me. And they said that my speech with a little bit different..

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"brian scott" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

14:46 min | 3 years ago

"brian scott" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Ninety four one FM. Linda, you're talking about the Arctic freeze sixteen deaths so far in the mid west room with this thing what a horrible thing it's terrible. And you know that animals have suffered. Oh, I just there was a story of a guy left his dog outside. How could you do in these these? They arrested him they charged him with. Died. I assume probably probably oh my gosh. This thing that we're dealing with is everything seems to be in bigger swings of the pendulum, and that has what the computer said what happened and a global warming world that there would be things like the polar vortex. I there's physical reasons for why having to do with the upper atmosphere, although related to a general trend of warming, and it is it has been in the computer for going all the way back to when I was doing all the medical programming to the ABC station in Boston that was in the end of the seventies. And I interviewed one of the Harvard. Scientists who back then was one of the very first to start doing calculations on carbon dioxide and methane increase in then the twentieth century, and they didn't have the. Computers that they have today. But I remember doing an interview with him and how sober he was in his Harvard office saying that if we are continuing on the path that we were then in the seventies. That by the time we got into the twenty first century and there were predictions then. And it's amazing to me. Remembering that interview how much today is like what the computer even then with crude computer projections that it was very similar, and it's almost a bigger question. Why does humanity always have to go through learning? Everything the hard way. Well, it always does doesn't it seems to be any conferences coming up for you? Yeah. Conscious life expo you there. Yes. What is this? Now. It's the third weekend from cover more with this weekend. And then it's a three weeks in February. Right. I think it's right toward the end of February. And I I'm doing work in the beginning of February with ancient aliens on some really fascinating stories. And so for those who asked me all the time. Yes, ancient alien is going forward. We're in the twelfth season. We're doing more exciting things this year and then conscious life expo. I love that. It's kind of one of those where it doesn't it remind you of being on a really busy New York City street that LA I love it. Yeah. It's vertical and a thousand things are happening all at once. And I think it's one of the more fun conferences, we've got contact in the desert coming up for me. That's right. And and on at conscious life expo you. And I and others were on a UFO panel together. We sure are you are you going to be on this one? Who knows what they've got stacked up for us. Well, it conscious life. I know. I am I'm with you on that one. So I'm looking forward to it. Okay. Let's go to the phones. Now, they lineup Thomas in LA Hoya. Hey thomas. Hi, george. Thank you for taking my call. And I wanna thank you your staff and above all the audience to kind, Tom. It's just a miracle. Seven nights a week, and Linda you do such MAC Nep ascent research. Thank you. Thank you. Thank the custodians was also very appreciative. I'm going to build upon well fifty years ago this year, we have the Apollo missions twenty five years ago this month in February of nineteen ninety four. There was project home on time known as the clementine project. It was a satellite. Not sponsored by NASA. And was sponsored by the department of defense strategic defense initiative. Right. I talked about it with Dr shoemaker the geologist who was overseeing what that clementine was going to do on the moon, and I had a fascinating interview with him in Baltimore. They it was so interesting that we had clementine and then remember all of those pieces of an asteroid that came in and hit Jupiter. Yes. And I was in Baltimore at the university where he and a bunch of geophysicist and others had come in. There were planetary scientists. And they were doing a presentation on what could happen when these asteroid pizzas hit Jupiter the shoemaker from shoemaker Levy, right? Okay. And I was sitting next to Levy and his mom, gene shoemaker was and and Dr shoemaker, and I ended up at that presentation and that live event with the impact on Jupiter talking about clementine. And I asked him I said aren't you going to photograph like every square inch of the moon and presented publicly because that was the original description of what clementine was going to do. And that it was going to go out to a very peculiar shaped asteroid and take photographs of it also and here it was where something strange. Had been jovial you've been happy. Everything was it was we had broken open bottles of champagne because that was such a huge event. They asteroids. Going into Jupiter and being able to get some photographs. And when I asked him that question about isn't clementine supposed to show us every square inch of the moon, especially the back. It became visibly nervous. His voice lowered he became clicked. And I knew immediately. Well, there's something here this being hidden. And then the tragedy of his death. He was on a road in a car in Alice Springs, down in pine gap. Australia head on collision. How in the name of could there have been a head on collision with that? Wonderful scientists in that remote rural area. I've never believed. I just can't not believe, and I've often wondered that that day when I ask him about the photographs on the back side of the moon, and he became so nervous. I think he he knew he knew that. There was an alien base. He knew that we knew that. There was an alien presence on the moon and on Mars and on the earth. I ask him other questions, and he became even more nervous and agitated and he was wonderful person. And I have always wondered was he? Taken out because he knew so much being his ashes, of course, were put on the moon, the lunar prospector, he's the only person who's ashes Ronnie celestial body outside of the planet. I think he knew a lot about I didn't know you knew him that. Well, well, in the sense of being at a conference in talking with him at in that way that you do with people when you're bonded by something. Sure. Like, this asteroid, these pieces colliding into Jupiter, and I had been sitting next to the the other Levi and his mom and where everybody I'm was a reporter. And there were reporters mixed up with the scientists. And it was just I remember that day. It was the way you wish the world were no secrets everything that's possible to learn and you're all talking and you are enjoying the into. Electrical stimulation. It was just oh God. It was so fun. That's why it stood out so dramatically because we had all been so wonderfully. Everybody was so warm and happy and having champagne so for me to see him completely change one hundred eighty degrees. But I as a reporter asked him wasn't clementine supposed to butter graph every inch of the moon and that we should be seeing the backside is moon. That's why I was asking where are the photos of the back side of the moon, his visible nervousness, and shutdown has to be related to the fact that there is by every account that I've ever heard from anybody who should know there is an alien or several bases on the back side of the moon and on the inside of the moon and Duckie's going back to the seventies member. The Brian Scott. Case I talked with Ryan Frazier who took Brian Scott. Did it down to Peru to go to the gate of the sun where he turned into this bowl tar character and up into that time, Brian Scott as Brian Scott had even at his home. He had done these weird voices and Thelma moss at the university of California was studying him. And there was a lot of interest in Brian Scott. Well, they go to Peru and Brian Frazier who got him down to Peru and who kept in touch with me both before and after that trip. Said that one of the most I guess vivid. Now, we just went through and abducted who is getting telepathy. It's coming in dreams organic being in his house, the abductions when he was a child, and then in the far, I mean talk about a lot of physical interaction. Well, Brian Scott had a lot of physical interaction and somehow because Brian Frazier. I still have huge notebook. So he brought to me and said, Linda, you have to go to Peru. That's why I went to prune spent a month. He brought all these notebooks. All of these drawings from Brian Scott. And he said Brian has been shown that computers that are on the inside of the moon that the moon is a machine it was placed exactly where it is that there are aliens who have been controlling the earth. The solar system interactions with the sun and all of these things and that was in the nineteen seventies with Brian Scott today. What hardly anybody could relate to then. I think it's true. It's amazing story. And you remember the late. Remote viewer. Ingles swan in his book penetration wrote about structures on the far side of the moon that he saw in his remote viewing sessions. Right. And I think in talking with Ingo privately that I talked to him about Brian Scott because there was a period of time. I was working in New York, and I got together with Ingo and some of his friends often to talk about remote viewing. And that I believe that it was at his place where he lived in New York, and we had notebooks a remote viewing notebooks. And I think he told me that he had remote viewed computers inside of them. And that was that's how we got to talking about. Brian, Scott mazing. Let's go to Terry in Modesto, California. Now, west of the Rockies. Hello terri. Hi, yes. Thanks for taking my call. Nice to say, thank you very much for studying some on this kind of illness. Because this is something I can't get anyone to believe. What happened? Well, I was stationed at Camp Lejeune North Carolina back in the fifties. And I did tell her tight it's something similar to amnesia. But quite it's called. I don't know. I can find no one to steady it humane that you feel that you were working in teletype, you might did you have a clearance to be downloading something that might have been sensitive. And then after you did that they found that something happened and you could racing. I really know is I on record one day. I went into the cafeteria. I don't remember bit of this. With my shoes on the wrong feet by goes on backwards. That is on record now years later the last one I had was in June of two thousand fifteen you have these episodes. You mean, yes, I was out from June ninth to June fifteen and while I was out. I saw Dr Edinburgh agency room at Kaiser hospital. He saw nothing at all wrong. And they released me that night. I'm supposed to come to my home gone inside my home top two people near me. And they said that my speech with a little bit different. But that was all, but I can get no one to halfway believe it, what do you think has happened to you?.

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"brian scott" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"brian scott" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"All right, Brian Scott announcement, I have something to tell you I and will play a nother snippet of me and Amre up onstage. Amc rolls on prepared. I believe this one somebody wrote down Dr drone a ping pong ball. And keep you posted. I two minutes of this. This next this next word is also a name counts. Yeah. What name. Yeah. I I guess everything or nothing counts. Dr drew. Oh, Dr drew. Yeah. What's funny? It just brought his name. Doctors Amana passion he l look this is a good excuse. Let me tell you this about strip clubs, and and I feel the same way. No. Is there one called Dr drew? I'd go there too. Yeah. As yeah. Yeah. You'd have like the businessman's buffet Pap smears in the champagne. Like, a medical sort of flavor to ever gotten a pep schmear to genuine pony. All right. Oh, yeah. We have a whole medical fem- when the order cocktail and you get to olives. The guy the guy reaches into the olive container uses a specula- to get them out there. Thank you into. And they're all right. Dr drew now, here's something I respect about Dr drew. I said to Dr drew wants what's what's up with you not going to strip clubs because I love going to strip clubs and he didn't like going to strip clubs, and he gave a very satisfying answer to me. Which is I am so fucking horny. All the time. I am like fucking caged leper, just you know, we don't pace look, you're so horny you have to pace. He said I can't go to a strip club. Because I may like literally jump up on the stage. Fuck so tier I added the airport say the flooding the ears seems like a reason not to go. I am saying that is an acceptable reason. Like, you're too fucking horny. And you're too passionate. Yeah. Like you walk into the strip club already masturbating. That's right. That's gonna turn some people off. Right. Good luck. With the bouncer, by the way, oh, there's a cover. Hold on. My wallet's on my left hand, you might reach in grab it. And for me, this my dick hand here. All right, Connecticut, Foxwoods February eight and crawls unprepared. And then they'll be taken to the Wilbur theatre in Boston for same show. Just remind everybody. So this show is a challenge from Jimmy Kimmel to Adam to go up and stage with no material at all. And the only thing is people. Right. Just a word or an idea. And a bingo ball domestic do three to five minutes to stand up on based on that. I shall probably open about twenty twenty five minutes of stand up. And then I think we'll we'll veer into this lane. But other than that, very interactive very full of audience participation. Yes. All right, and Brian has himself an announcement as well with through on the New Year's resolution. I'm how you doing outs bald? Brian socks are now for sale anyone who wants them divvy up socks dot com. Partner divvy up socks accompany. I found them through my mother-in-law. She gave me socks with Charlie's face on. Because that's their thing. Put your pets face on. That's larry. I'm going to get those of my own people online thought it was a good idea. And now they're available at divvy up socks dot com slash BB. You can probably find tweet about it. As an owner of a pair of these..

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World Cup 2018 final: France 4-2 Croatia – as it happened

At Your Service

01:43 min | 4 years ago

World Cup 2018 final: France 4-2 Croatia – as it happened

"Charlie sherman he's in the ace hticket dot com sports studio charlie all right thank you garo well it is all over in moscow the world cup now belongs to france the france wins it by a final score of four to two they went up one nothing croatia would even at one one but france would score couple of unanswered goals three answered goal unanswered goals croatia added one more before it ended but france wins at four to two they are celebrating enga power red sox and blue jays wrapping up their four game series hand well is the first half of the season down at fenway park red sox have just scored three more runs to break a two two tie brian johnson started for the socks against the blue jays marcus stroman socks leading that one by a score of five to two in cleveland the yankees and the indians are all tied up at two in the sixth inning all star games right around the corner mookie betts jd martinez mitch moreland craig kimbrel and chris sale all headed for the all star game who will get the start well his alex alex cora's thoughts severino you got sell i don't know how he's going to work this weekend but obviously he's going to be arrested one in is not gonna hurt him actually he's going to benefit us the all star game is tuesday in washington dc at wimbledon earlier today novak djokovic won his fourth men's title six two six two seven six over kevin anderson the serb has waited more than two years for his thirteenth grand slam title with his previous victory coming and the two thousand sixteen french open in golf bart brian scott mccarron and jeff maggert are tied atop the leaderboard at the senior players championship michael kim leads the john deere classic and brooke henderson.

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Needs go unmet 6 months after Maria hit Puerto Rico

Jay Sekulow

02:37 min | 4 years ago

Needs go unmet 6 months after Maria hit Puerto Rico

"To evacuate their homes as a major storm arise as expected a pablo an area already devastated by wildfires and mudslides in fact santa barbara county says it's expecting more rainfall in this single storm than accounting typically sees all year residents should prepare for possible flash flooding along with tumbling rock and mudslides from san luis obispo county south of los angeles we'll severe weather meantime also striking the southern us tornadoes and hailstorms causing widespread damage chris pallone takes us there says many cleanup underway in parts of alabama and georgia after powerful storms spawned tornadoes hail right there baseball sized hail across the region cars in hopes damaged destroyed near cullman alabama trees and power lines knocked to the ground is well the national weather service confirms at least three tornados touched down in the state with a college town northeast of birmingham taking the biggest hit showing for nine pm a tornado and package jacksonville virus extensive damage the campus of jacksonville state university took a direct blow brian scott took cover in his bathroom palm as soon as i put the blanket over my head comes off fifteen minutes brand new tank in there throughout the area people like rusty pool or taking stock of what's gone in what's left star over bark over in realizing that everything they spent years working for can disappear in an instant put so much effort into it you try to make it right it's a storm you just don't want to mess with being your place of safety prediction center issue to repeat es or particularly dangerous situation warning before the outbreak in people had a fifteen minute warning to take cover the good news is there's there's no known injuries or fatalities and for that we thank god the system moved east damaged dozens of homes in the atlanta suburb it's a stark reminder that in the southeast peak tornado season has arrived crisp alone hawaii news now six months since hurricane maria hit puerto rico and more than one hundred and twenty thousand people are still without power authorities say the entire island may not have power until may just before the atlantic hurricane season comes around again maria a category four storm when it hit in september caused an estimated one hundred billion dollars in damage spoke today at the reports at the federal trade commission will be investigating the social media company it's under.

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