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A highlight from Chatters That Matter Dr Cheryl BryantBruce Presents N-MEN THE UNTOLD STORY with James Sweigert, Paul Rodriguez and Jean Levingston
"All right. Well, we are here to, and it was a pleasure to learn so much about the, about skateboarding, the thing I love so much and learn the history. So thank you for that. Well, just behind me, here's the movie poster, and this is a shepherd ferry and his team created this poster. And it's from one of the old photographs that Bill Golding had taken. And it's a dope ass poster. We'll find a way to get one to you, Paul, if you're in town here, I'll try to chase you down. Absolutely. I appreciate that. That'd be awesome. Yeah. Anything, anytime I can learn is, is someone I'm happy about. So, Well, we're going to do another LA premiere and I'll make sure that everybody on here is invited and connect everybody. And we'll get you guys, get you guys the VIP. Absolutely. Looking forward to it. Cause I can definitely, this is a film that I could watch over and over and over again. And I have seen it. I've seen it twice now. And, uh, each time, you know, saw something different and each time was just as emotionally connected to it. So, you know, if you get a chance to go out and see the premiere do go and see it, it is a worthwhile thing to, to do, and it will really give you an education, uh, on that thing. That is the passion known as skateboarding and you'll, you'll walk away with an entirely different impression of what it is. Awesome. So, you know, James Paul, Jean, I would like to thank you for your, for your time and for, for sharing your sport with us, Ricky Aaron, thank you for helping to pull this together and, and, and bringing Paul and, and Jean to share in with this. And, uh, James, thank you for letting me be a part of your experience. Uh, and I'm, I'm happy to bring this to a bigger audience and, uh, I'm happy that you're bringing it to the world for those of you out there watching and listening. Thank you for joining us again. You are listening to shatters that matters. Let's talk about it. And I am your show host, Dr. Cheryl Bryant Bruce. We look forward to having you join us every week. We're here and we want you to join. We want you to, to watch, like share and comment. So again, and there they go. Um, those are, those are my little doggies. They're Rosie and Mitzi, and, uh, they waited till the end of the show. So we appreciate them too. So again, come back and join us. We're here every week, 7 PM, Monday and Wednesday, that's 7 PM Pacific standard time. And, uh, we are pretty much anywhere that you can look we're on YouTube, we're on Apple, we're on Roku or on Spotify and a whole host of other places, but definitely you can see us every week on, on YouTube. Uh, and it lives there in perpetuity. So you guys will be able to, to watch this and, and see yourselves and share it with your friends. Thanks for joining us. Shatters that matters. Let's talk about it. What's going on. This is Paul Rodriguez, also known as P rod professional skateboarder, and you are watching chatters that matters much love. Hey, uh, this is Jean Livingston from Rialto and you're watching shatters that matters. Oh, yeah.
Fresh "Cheryl" from Evening News with Art Sanders
"Today. Go to creativeclosetorganizers .com. That's creativeclosetorganizers .com. For up -to -the -moment coverage on news, traffic and weather, you're already in the right place here on Northwest News Radio. If looking you're for music that makes you feel good, tune in to Star 101 .5. Sing along with your favorite hits from the 90s to now, like Cheryl Christ playing 30 minutes of commercial free music from the 90s to every hour for your workday. Star 101 .5. It is 444. We are your home for breaking news, and we have traffic and weather every 10 minutes on the fours. again, Once here's Jay Phillips from the High Performance Homes Traffic Center. In Seattle, on northbound I -5. Just south of Northeast 45th Street, there's an incident blocking all lanes of North 5. State Patrol is on the scene and traffic is backed up across the Ship Canal Bridge up 45th to Northeast and in South Seattle on northbound I -5. Just south of State Route 900, there's a collision blocking three left lanes and there's a good mile -long backup approaching that scene. In Bellingham, on southbound I -5 at North Lake Samus Drive, there's an incident blocking the right lane up there. Our next northwest traffic at 454. Thanks Jay, your forecast sponsored by Northwest Crawl Space Services for this afternoon. Mostly cloudy with a chance slight of showers, daytime
Remembering Black Hair Care Pioneer Dr. Willie Morrow With Mary Reed-Johnson
"Am so excited to welcome back to the broadcast today. Our special incredible guest host, guest contributor. You guys know her from Hairhead Heart. Well, I am so excited to just to have her back to talk on this very particular topic that she does. It's really like a series that she does exclusively for us at the Hair Radio Morning Show. It's her 10 things you should know. So who gets the treatment today? It is a gentleman that we just recently lost. Of course, we're talking about the mega, mega superstar in the way of black hair care, Dr. Willie Morrow. So Mary Rhee Johnson, good morning and welcome back to the Hair Radio Morning Show. Absolutely glad to be here. It's always just exciting. I just appreciate you. Well, back at you. And we're going to find out all about what's new with you and Hairhead Heart coming up a bit later. So first, Mary, we just got to jump in. What on earth? Now, listen, I thought I knew just about everything about Dr. Willie Morrow. And just to tell you quickly, yeah, I had interviewed him like literally decades ago. We're talking over about, well, here's my age going out there, but about 20 something years ago, literally. And his daughter and I have been friends ever since. Cheryl Morrow has been an incredible beacon in my little life. And the fans, you guys have gotten to know her. She's been on the Hair Radio Morning Show many, many, many times. And that's her family and what they represent and what she represents. And she's carried the torch. I call her literally Hair Royalty. You'll always hear that. That's how I refer to her. Because to me, Dr. Morrow's the hair king. So I'm real excited. So I can't wait to hear what Mary Rhee Johnson has put together for us today. So Mary Rhee Johnson, take it away. All right. Well, number one, legends never die. So even though he's not physically here with us. We're starting at number 10, right, Mary? Yes. We're going to count meow. Yes. So this is number 10. Yes. In recognition of that, I'm going to say everybody's got to lay hands on CBS Sunday morning. There was just a small tribute to him. And I think that's him probably. Look at the July 17th, if you can find it. CBS Sunday morning. And you'll see a little bit about. Yeah. You can YouTube the guys out there. So yeah. Yeah. So I think that's always good. So that would be my number 10. But he had a lot of layers. So we're going to chop into some of those layers that Willie represented. And one of them ties into what you mentioned already about his daughter, Cheryl. So one of the things Willie had was a newspaper. And it was called the San Diego Monitor. And he actually ran it for many years. And then his daughter, Cheryl, took it over. So I think that's another interesting fact about Willie. Absolutely. In fact, the San Diego Monitor news that Cheryl does, she has taken over that, which has been incredible. And it's a great digital brand. I usually get the digital version online and read. Cheryl herself always has a unique way of looking at things. And she's been able to do some incredible things with this. And I kind of always think of her as kind of almost like the same as the story with Matt King Cole, and then you got Natalie and her success. That's what Cheryl has always put me in the mind for, lack of a better, different way to say it. But that's what she's always put me in the mind of, just someone who carries the beacon on from a very successful dad. So this is the type of thing. And you don't have to always come from royalty. I'll say fact number eight would be that he came from, now he had two children, but he came from a fairly large family by these standards. He was one of eight children. Yes. And yes, I did that. From, was he born out in California? Oh, no. He was from Alabama. Oh, okay. Yep. And his mother and father, excuse me, I'm going to say that they would be the next one, number seven, they were sharecroppers. And you know what a sharecropper is? Well, I definitely remember, wasn't the sharecropper the folks who, after slavery ended, maintained the land for people to have firearms and stuff like that? But tell us, yeah, tell us what your research revealed. Well, that is exactly, so his parents, like he created a legacy in royalty, but he didn't come from that is what I'm saying. But it doesn't matter. It's like if you are of sound mind and have intent to do better for the world around you, then you can. Like he didn't let anything stop him. Wow. Well, I'm just, yeah, I'm impressed with that. I really am. And to, you know, I have to say to hear so many incredible folks in the hair and beauty industry talk so lovingly of Dr. Morrow's commitment to the hair and beauty industry, and what he has done for so many, I'm raising my hand as well. He's always been someone that I have modeled my career and life after as well. And everybody I know, we all look up to Dr. Morrow, everybody I know in the hair business. So this has been, yeah, it's really big. Thank you, Mary, for doing this. This helps us to put his life into perspective. And we wanted to do that as a very special tribute on our broadcast.
A highlight from LGM Podcast: On a Road Called Oppenheimer
"It's a three -hour movie, and it doesn't feel that way. And, like, a week earlier, I had gone to see Mission Impossible 7 -1 -13, gosh, whatever. And, you know, that's a movie that's an action movie. People are leaping off cliffs and leaping onto trains, and the trains are falling over cliffs. And it's 15 minutes shorter, and it feels longer. This is the Lawyers, Guns, & Money podcast. Hello, and welcome to the Lawyers, Guns, & Money podcast. My name is Rob Farley, and joining me today are a large group of LGM front -pagers from New Mexico. We have Cheryl Rofer from Seattle. We have Scott Lemieux. And from a town near Tel Aviv, we have Abigail Nussbaum. And I believe this is your first appearance on an LGM podcast, although you've been with LGM for quite a while. How is everybody doing today? Fantastic. And as I think we were talking about, this is what may be our first four -time zone podcast, which just sort of reinforces how this is becoming a Big Ten blog, right, that eventually the Big Ten will encompass every time zone across the entire world as new universities are added to the league. So what we're talking about today is Oppenheimer. And I think we come at this film from a lot of different backgrounds. Cheryl and myself, you know, I have more general security interests. Cheryl has worked in the nuclear enterprise specifically. Scott and Abigail, both of you, right, really extensively about the aesthetics of film. And you both studied film pretty extensively, even if you don't have sort of the same professional linkage to the material in Oppenheimer that Cheryl and I might. But I think it's a really important film. You know, already at LGM, we have, I think, three long posts. It might be more than that by now on this film. And I've certainly had a lot of thoughts that I haven't put into a post myself. So I think the easiest way to start here we'll give you the pride of place, Scott, to tell us a few of your thoughts about about Oppenheimer. And then we'll go into a more general conversation where we'll try to hit a bunch of different questions that the film arose in our minds. So we'll start with you, Scott. And then we're going to go around with just sort of general impressions of the film. Yeah, welcome, everybody. And my apologies, I've got sort of the end of the cold. So teaching yesterday was a very rough experience. I think my voice sounds a little better today, but I may have to. But if that means that Abigail and Cheryl have to talk more, I think everybody would be happy with that anyway. But yeah, we did the full Barb and Barbie Heimer experience. Barbie on Saturday, Oppenheimer on on Sunday. Not an IMAX, unfortunately, because the Taylor Swift concert made getting to the other end of downtown unviable.
Guardsman Jack Teixeira, Pentagon leak suspect, due back in court as judge weighs detention
"The Air National Guard member accused of leaking highly classified military secrets will go before a Massachusetts judge today to see if he'll have to remain behind bars. 21 year old Jack to share his due back in federal court in Worcester, Massachusetts. A magistrates expected to hear additional arguments on the prosecution request to keep the 21 year old locked up until he goes on trial for charges under the espionage act. In court papers filed this week. Prosecutors said to Cheryl was caught several times before his April arrest, taking notes on classified information and viewing intelligence unrelated to his job. That's raised questions about why he still had access to military secrets. Even after being admonished by his superiors. I'm Jackie Quinn
Missy, Willie and George Michael among Rock Hall inductees
"The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has announced its new class of inductees for 2023. I'm marches are a letter with the latest. Missy Elliott has become the first female hip hop artist to be inducted into The Rock hall. This year's inductees in the performer category also include Kate Bush, Cheryl crow, George Michael Willie Nelson, Rage Against the Machine and the spinners. Link ray and DJ Kool herc will get the musical influence award. The musical excellence award will be given to Shaka Khan, Al Cooper and Bernie Taupin. Don Cornelius will be honored as a nonperformer for creating the TV show soul train. The inductions will be November 3rd in New York
"cheryl" Discussed on Revision Path
"Listen, hello, baby can design, you hear me? This is my youngest. I'm at our Texas. And I don't know the statistics. I don't keep up with it. But she must be one of the first, one of the first young black designers to have gotten as many grad school acceptances, top ranked schools. And you will have to interview her to ask her where she got accepted. But I'm not saying she's the only one. I don't know if she is the only one. She's the only one I know out of University of Texas honestly designed that got grad school acceptances, top ranked schools and money. She selected Pratt. She's got some intriguing work that she's going to be doing and finishing out. So you have to go interview her. And what was it like? I was one of our senior design teachers at in Texas. And so she was competitive and boy, she was racking in those admissions and scholarships. So I'm like, oh my God.
"cheryl" Discussed on Revision Path
"And so now with all the boards, we have a group text. And I said, I told you, it was a famous designer. But more than anything in the whole wide world, I wanted to be with you all. So, you know, I'm a soccer mom. I'm a basketball mom. I'm a baseball mom. And never looked back about the design business, but I always wrote, phone ranked constantly, you called me, oh my God, can I have a copy of the thesis? Can I have a copy of the thesis? I have a copy of the thesis. Oh my God. My phone would has never stopped ring. Because of the thesis. Now I'm with the awards. They come with me. They want the rusty with me. Got a chance. I'm so proud of they treated us so well. I'm so proud of president crystal Williams. President of rod school design first African American president of top rank art school. They just treated us so well and the kids were so proud and they go like, yeah, mom, we know you are famous designer. So what I wanted to miss all of that for the sake of these crazy people in the industry, slaying dragons. All right. No. I have my teenage prom date is my husband. And we have two kids that have grown up to do their thing and well, and they know that I was telling the truth. Your mother was a famous designer. And now she's in kindergarten with you. It's a blessing to be here. So it's a blessing to be alive because a lot of these peers of mine dead and gone. They're giving these awards posthumously. That's not fun. I mean, thank you for the acknowledgment, but there didn't go. I gave him the comb.
"cheryl" Discussed on Revision Path
"Earned. And what it does now is gives me for those who want me. Say, I'm on invitation only now. Invitation only is, that a lot of things are going on now. That I'm not invited to say, well, I don't have to be invited to everything. But the ones who invite them really, really want transformation and not performance. You don't call me if you really don't want to change. Your situation. So that's a design model. Less is more. I don't have to be everywhere. Because I don't trust everywhere to take care of my heart. Hello. And with that said, every place that's acknowledging, everyone that's inviting me, they really want me. And for what I've been through, all of the horror of disappointment and rejection. Why would I want to beat my head against performative projects where you just want my name? Right. I don't need that Maurice. And especially on this side of history, I get more done. I get more done with people that want me that really want transformation. I get more done in one year than most people get done in ten. You call show me, you want to get down call and share them more. You want to look like you want to look like you're getting it done. She's not the one. Because I'm really going to do it. So don't call me unless you really want to hear it. You really want to do it. Because I've always been truthful to this. Yeah, I mean, I would wager, you know, your years of experience definitely has given you a sharp eye for discerning that, you know? Oh, God. Yes, I can tell performative request a mile away. Yeah. Starts with the ones that don't ask me. I'm like, oh, I see you. I'll see you. I'm not even on that distribution list. Okay. Yeah. All right. I feel like we're sharing an inside joke with that, but I know exactly what you mean. Yeah. So it doesn't mean I have to be everywhere. Yeah. It doesn't. It's just that where I am. In genuine places. That won't grow. I shout out University of Texas Austin design. Listen, I have to shout out to them.
"cheryl" Discussed on Revision Path
"AIGA medalist Cooper Hewitt national design awardee inductee into the one club creative Hall of Fame. I mean, the list of accolades goes on and on and on. Longtime fans of the podcast remember that I first interviewed Cheryl back in 2018, and I'm so delighted to have her back on the show. So sit back and enjoy our unedited interview with one of our true
Larry Loftis: "The Hiding Place" Only Tells 10% of the Story
"You were doing your research, you were just talking about the basics of the story are known to many of us. Again, I know some people, a lot of times when I write a book like 7 women or 7 men, I'm doing it to wet people's appetite to pique their interest piu. In the subject so that they'll read the whole book because you just think, wow, I never heard of Cory ten boom. And what kind of a weird name is that? Parentheses. It's a Dutch weird name. The Dutch have, they have some weird names. But you determined that the hiding place didn't tell the whole story. So what parts of the story did the hiding place not cover? I mean, let's just start there. Yeah. Yeah, my upshot after I finished all of the research was that it told less than 10% of the story. And I felt what a ripoff I just kidding. That's kind of amazing. I'm sorry to interrupt the other 90 percent. And so that's why I mentioned, I'll give you a couple of names three names, for example. What was completely omitted in the Cheryl's biography was this guy Hans poly who I just told you about the first person in there. He's the one that got them involved in the resistance. He felt guilty. He was 18. He wanted to help. He got involved in the resistance. And then he had to tell Cory because it puts them at risk. He's hiding in their home. And the resistance gave him a fake ID. They gave him little assignments. He was going to be a courier and since he was a boy, he had to dress up as a girl, so they'd put a wig on him and address, to run, courier messages. That's am biblical, by the way. I think deuteronomy and leviticus expressly says you don't do that kind of stuff. You've got to cut that right away. So he had to go on these errands. Anyway, he felt like I've got to tell Cory because if I get caught, they're going to raid the house. They're going to arrest everybody because they know I'm involved. And then they gave him a gun. The resistance gave him a gun and said, okay, your next assignment is to shadow a Gestapo agent, a notorious Gestapo agent that we're thinking about taking out.
Cheryl Chumley: Republican Candidates Should Not Criticize Trump
"Carol I am curious to get your take there's a new Rasmussen poll out today and it shows a ten point swing. Trump now leading Biden in a hypothetical presidential race, but if you're a Republican and you're thinking about throwing your name in the header, you've already thrown your name in the hat. What should you be thinking about right now? If you're a Republican in your thinking about throwing your name in the hat for The White House, what you don't want to do is come out and criticize Donald Trump. And if you look at what governor Ron DeSantis did in Florida when the talk of the indictments were first coming out, and he sort of scoffed and dismissed them and tried to distance himself from Trump. The backlash from the conservative community was pretty swift. And he corrected himself. I think he made a political misstep that he quickly corrected. And he said that Florida would not engage Florida would not extradite Trump and so forth. And he came out backing Trump. So if you're a Republican, you need to look at this Trump matter in the vein of what it means for America in general, Americans going forward in the future. If the left can do this to Trump, just think what the left will do to any patriotic American. American right now. And I think that's the narrative that you need to bring to the debate. All right,
Cheryl Chumley: Why Is California Entering the Reparations Game?
"Memphis area where I am from and our show originates, they are actually using COVID money to the tune of $5 billion to actually study a reparations plan that would put cash into the hands of black citizens, but it pales in comparison to what's happening in California right now. It does California really has seized the day on this one. They're considering $640 billion a package for reparations, which would amount to about 360,000 dollars per eligible black resident in the state. And what's really interesting about California is for those who know their history, California entered the union as a free state. There were discussions in Congress over slavery and finally they signed the California delegate signed the compromise of 1850, guaranteeing that the state would remain a free state. So for California to get into the reparations game, it's a little bit mind boggling. Do we have any idea where they're getting this $640 billion from? Well, you know it's going to be taxpayers. That's not exactly front and center in discussions, but where else are they going to get it? I don't think that a Bill Gates or George Soros type philanthropist is going to come through and supply the money. I'm curious to know if Oprah is going to get her check. Right?
John Coleman Deals With Skepticism in His New Novel 'Miracles'
"To John Coleman about his brand new book. It is a novel, which is to say a work of fiction with the title miracles, as you know, I wrote a book about miracles, which is nonfiction, C. S. Lewis, wrote a book about miracles, nonfiction. This is a novel, a work of fiction, but John in the book you deal with what's right at the center of all of our lives. The skepticism, there are people. I have told some miracle stories. One of the stories I think it's, yeah, it's in the book. It's in my book miracles about the Christmas cross. I remember sharing that story with this incredibly intelligent person right after it happened. And I was so freaked out. It was one of the most miraculous things I've ever experienced. And this person said, yeah, the mind does funny things sometimes. And I said, did you just hear what I said? And you're thinking my mind in front of you, you're not paying attention. You're not being logical. People like really smart people sometimes they don't have the category of the miraculous. They have to just bracket it out because it's too disturbing. Well, and that's one of the tensions I like to explore in the book is, you know, the reaction is not just that the secular world, but of the Christian community. I don't think would be unified around miracles. Correct. And I saw that manifesting in two ways. One, I do think a lot of people that are highlighted, there's a story of a woman named Cheryl street in the book. And I won't ruin too much of it, but she experiences a miracle. She's from a relatively kind of quiet conservative denomination. And she's almost embarrassed to speak about it with the rest of the congregation with her pastor because they kind of think she's probably fooling herself, that it's her mind playing tricks on her. They don't think it could have really happened. And so here's this sincere Christian woman who thinks she's who has experienced the miracle. But when she shares it, she meets skepticism in the church. And then on the other side, not just skepticism, but I think that some Christians, depending on the source of that miraculous happening, we actually feel divided by it would feel aggressive towards the person performing those or those claiming them, it could be false prophecy. And I think there's a real tension in that.
Sunny Hostin Discovers Black Quarterbacks
"Let me get back to the brain dead amongst us from the view, sunny hostin, and I want to actually play that clip because we have the clip now available. I want to play the clip of what she actually said. So you don't think I made it up. Roll the clip from sunny hostin. The only thing that would have made it better for me is, you know, finally we know that black quarterbacks can lead teams. And our smart enough to lead team. I would like to see I always knew that. We knew that. We knew that. But you know, it takes people a minute to catch up. How about some black owners? Some black owners. Cheryl Lee Ralph brought us to church with lift every voice and sing. I felt like I was watching Wakanda, actually. I was just like, this is amazing. But we still need more black owners. Well, first of all, Wakanda's not even a real place. And second of all, what does a black owner have to do with the team's success? Does it somehow make the team better because the person is black? You know, it's like me saying we need black we need more white defensive bags. So we could say that white people can run a defense. Shut up, woman. Also, the fact that we now know that black people can run a team, I just named y'all these quarterbacks. I mean, they say, we now know that black people can run a team because two people of African descent are in the Super Bowl. I mean, God, dang, they forgot about Russell Wilson. They forgot all about Russell whisky going to the going to the Super Bowl. I think Russell Wilson went to the Super Bowl a few times and probably one of the most winning his quarterbacks of his time. I mean, we can go down the list Cam Newton went to the Super Bowl as well. Young guy, unorthodox quarterback, because he was the part of the biggest quarterback I've ever seen. They can run. I mean, we can go down a list. You know, Colin Kaepernick sucked even though that's the person that they beloved. And there are so many other great quarterbacks that have played. And we talk about college football. I mean, there's a plethora of great quarterbacks that play in college football. The kid who just won the husband trophy. I think he's biracial. Caleb Williams, that kid is that kid is literally the only other person other than Patrick Mahomes that can gun that thing like that. But with the funny thing is in the spirit of saying we need black quarterbacks and black quarter we can do this. We kind of crap on the white quarterbacks that can actually run.
Watch Live: House speaker election becomes longest since 1860
"The house speakers chair remains empty in the capital as Republicans remain divided over picking their new leader. A speaker has not been elected. It was the 8th time house clerk Cheryl Johnson read the same words this week. Kevin McCarthy continues facing about 20 GOP holdouts. Donald's Donald's Donald's. Many cast votes for Florida's Byron donalds. Another Donald from Florida got one too. Trump, Andy Biggs is among those arguing the nation needs new leadership. Maintaining status quo is not an option today. But Brian mass says McCarthy is not like his GOP predecessors, and if elected. This Congress will be different in our country will be different. With the house paralyzed, McCarthy is vowing to keep fighting, but publicly gaining no ground. Sagar Meghani, Washington
Brian Birdwell: Brian Birdwell: Watching 9/11 Happened From the Pentagon
"And turn TV on see the World Trade Center that first the north tower with the antenna mask huge gaping hole in the smoke pouring out and the commentators describing it as an accident and on live TV will watch and just short order flight one 75 crash into south tower And that would confirm that neither were accidents There was no thought that we were next at about 9 35 I would step out sandy and Cheryl is going to go hit the men's restroom And those are the last words that I would speak to my two coworkers I step out and go to the men's restroom and if your listeners recall that portion of the Pentagon the E ring the outer ring of The Pentagon that receives the initial impact of flight 77 that portion of the crumbles my window where my desk was was just to the left of where the building shares off cleanly But when I step out and go to the men's restroom I walk through the impact point of what would be the impact point and what would eventually crumble go to the men's restroom So I take care of business come out I'm now about to turn right to go back through the portion of the building that has impacted and crumbles when flight 77 makes impact So I'm 15 to 20 yards from an 80 ton jet making impact with a building at 530 miles an hour and it is not by the army making me the toughest guy in that building that I survived That's a toughest man to ever walk us or 2000 years ago that still sits at the right end of the father and still in your seats in our lives on our behalf And I would be horribly burned It was a gruesome experience Dan and I don't want to be gratuitous to your no they need to hear it Senator they need to hear it We need to be reminded Please And so I'll experience a number of pains and emotions You know the physical pain of the burns I was burned on 60% of my body with about 40% being third degree burns I am 40% in the IM skinned alive
"cheryl" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"Good attitude. Good attitude. My teeth all had to be capped and crowned. And extensive dental work. Back in 2015, it took me and my attorney a few years to duke it out with the city because my the little odds of teeth that were left under the caps, crowns and bridges had all brought it out because when you have captioned crowns, coffee and things get in over the years and little shreds of shaven teeth that were left had deteriorated. So I wanted to get implant and the city had told me that, you know, any of my medical costs associated with this injury would be covered for the rest of my life. And ironically, when officer Bill Turner got shot on a Friday in 2015, January 2015, that following Thursday, I was supposed to go to the work as comp commission against the city of Richmond to fight for my teeth and we had a prayer vigil for him, Richmond united for law enforcement was formed. We held a prayer vigil for him that Sunday and on that Monday my lawyer reportedly got a call from the city attorney saying she was that Cheryl Nietzsche we saw her on the news last night, holding the privilege of turn of the same one that we're going to court with on Thursday and he said, the one and only. And she was like, well, I don't know why this is even going to court. You know, and anyway, they decided to do the right thing and cover my dental limb plants, and we didn't have to go to work as calm. But so now I have all implants. Well, combined with the plate you should get tremendous reception then on your cell phone. I'm just telling you, you sound good. I don't have a plan in my head. I just have the scratches. Yeah. Good enough for government work, you know? So you got the bright shiny smile and the great reception, but let's go back and talk now about post event because at some point this goes to court, like you say, would fins now wants to represent himself and he has got just a fucking marvelous defense for why it couldn't have been him and that he still maintains to this day, but let's talk about the trial getting prepped for the trial. How did that tell us to walk us through that? How did that get set up? And when did you actually go to trial after the shooting? The judge did require him to have two court appointed attorneys, whether he wanted their help or not. He was going to have two attorneys appointed to assist him. And one of them was the former Commonwealth attorney, both were great attorneys. So we show up for the preliminary hearing in December, I believe it was December third or December 6th and they're going to be, you know, just certifying the case to circuit court. And they wanted to try my case first because there was an eyewitness in my case who saw wood thin shoot me was able to identify him. They had retrieved the weapon. The clothes he was wearing, the bullet that matched everything because of course in the homicides they were no eyewitnesses, they needed the conviction in my case to get the conviction in the other cases. So I walk into court and you know the detectives and the Commonwealth attorney of the era and they are with some close friends and all of a sudden come off attorney scans up and make some motion to reduce the charge from a temp capital murder to malicious wounding to say I was shocked and angry is probably an understatement. And now just a quick break from the show to tell you a little bit more about our brand new sponsors story wars. Now, Murph this holiday season, I want to give a gift to my loved ones that makes them feel special and unique. Just like you, that's why I'm giving everybody I care about story worth. 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The case was certified and I remember talking to the detective Sargent, the detective and come off attorney outside of the courtroom afterward and going. What the fuck just happened? This guy tried to kill me. Why did he do something to charge? You know, what's going on? And that's when they explained that, you know, my case needed to be heard first. I was going to have to testify at every single trial and that we needed to make sure we had a conviction to be able to try and convict in the other cases. We had to make sure we had a conviction in my case. And I'm like, what the fuck? You couldn't have told me this ahead of time. You know, professional courtesy could have prepared me? That's the worst part. Do you not realize that I was just shot in the head? I was ambushed attacked a couple of weeks ago. Less than two months ago, we're talking, I got shot on October 26th, then we're talking. This is like December 6th. How did they explain that? Just what I said that they needed to have a conviction and that I was right..
"cheryl" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"The people <Speech_Female> at the <Silence> establishment <Speech_Music_Female> event. <Speech_Female> If <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> let's say <Speech_Male> I was working a <Speech_Female> bar and a fight <Speech_Female> broke out, <Speech_Female> I would be <Speech_Male> expected to intervene, <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> break up the fight, <Speech_Female> if need be, <Silence> making arrest. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> You <Speech_Female> didn't <Speech_Male> deal with <Speech_Female> the trifling <Speech_Female> things. Like, <Speech_Female> well, I didn't anyway. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> And most didn't <Speech_Female> like, you know, jaywalking <Speech_Male> or spitting <Speech_Male> on the sidewalk <Speech_Male> or, <Silence> you know, <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> if there <Speech_Female> was a domestic <Speech_Female> dispute, you <Speech_Female> attempted to <Speech_Female> intervene, <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> advise <Speech_Female> the parties, <Speech_Music_Male> break it up. <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> You know, <Speech_Female> but no, you were expected <Speech_Female> to <Speech_Female> take whatever enforcement <Speech_Male> you needed <Speech_Female> to <Speech_Male> protect <SpeakerChange> the <Speech_Male> people at <Speech_Male> the event. Yeah, in other words, you <Speech_Male> didn't go looking for trouble, <Speech_Male> but you didn't <Speech_Male> get if trouble happened <Speech_Male> in front of you. You went <Speech_Male> and handled <Speech_Male> it as though you were on <Speech_Male> duty. Absolutely. <Speech_Male> And I know <Speech_Male> we all get this, <Speech_Male> but I think what's interesting <Speech_Male> for a lot of folks <Speech_Male> too who are listening <Speech_Male> in is <Speech_Male> that a lot of times <Speech_Male> you think some <Speech_Male> might think that hey if you're <Speech_Male> working off due to you're still <Speech_Male> not a cop. I mean, you're <Speech_Male> just working off duty gig <Speech_Male> and the realization is, <Speech_Male> I <Speech_Male> mean, you're a cop 24/7. <Speech_Male> I mean, you've <Speech_Male> got the powers <SpeakerChange> of arrest <Speech_Male> 24/7. <Speech_Female> Absolutely. You've <Speech_Male> taken an oath <Speech_Female> to <Speech_Female> serve and protect. <Speech_Female> I remember when <Speech_Female> I was a rookie. <Speech_Female> There <Speech_Female> was a violent domestic <Speech_Female> happening in <Speech_Female> ronco county where <Silence> I was living at the time. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> You know, I didn't just <Speech_Female> keep walking 'cause <Speech_Female> I'm not working. <Speech_Male> You had to carry <Speech_Male> your badge, your ID, <Speech_Female> your weapon <Speech_Male> with you. <Speech_Male> That's <Speech_Music_Male> changed a little <Speech_Female> bit now. <Speech_Female> <Silence> As I understand <Speech_Female> it, <Speech_Female> but back in the <Speech_Female> day, when I was a police <Speech_Female> officer, <SpeakerChange> absolutely <Speech_Music_Female> 24/7. <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Hey players, that was <Speech_Male> the end of part one with Cheryl <Speech_Male> Nietzsche and <Speech_Male> being ambushed <Speech_Male> by a spree killer. <Speech_Male> Part two <Speech_Male> is going to contain a lot <Speech_Male> more information about <Speech_Male> the investigation <Speech_Male> what happened to Sheryl and her <Speech_Male> recovery. In <Speech_Male> the meantime, make sure you <Speech_Male> wait for that episode, which <Speech_Male> will drop on Thursday. <Speech_Male>
"cheryl" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"Tell me. Okay. Was it October 3rd? 1941? 1921? Or 1931? Well, let's see. Let's go with 1931. He got that one. You know what Glasgow? What a beautiful place. That whole country of Scotland. I love it. That's all man. For these places I've ever been. It is great. I would love to get there. I have not had the chance to go to Ireland or Scotland have been all over the UK. I mean, England, but I just got to get through my sister went there. So yeah, I've just like you say just the bothies and the locks. That's where the lock next must or comes from. Edinburgh, what a beautiful city and you've got to see Edinburgh castle at nighttime sitting up on the hill there. They've got it all lit up really nice. This beautiful place. People were really nice there. It's a beautiful place. Well, speaking of beautiful places, which is northern tell the trainer's bastard left me and went to Florida. Hold on, hold on, hold on. Let's not just bypass the fact that I got this right today. Let's celebrate. Even a blind squirrel finds a nut Murph. I work with a nut. Okay, go ahead. All right, so hey, but this one is somebody I know. Got to know her through a deal that we're working on about some of the releases that the parole board were doing in Virginia, including when they released a convicted cop killer. He had shot a police officer in the head 5 times was allowed to go out and I ended up meeting her through that because she really got a very interesting story. And it's Cheryl Nietzsche. And you're going to see that Cheryl doesn't have a virginian accent. We're just going to let you guess where the accent is from. She's not from the south. Not like we got one coming up, somebody who was transplanted from Maryland to Georgia. That would be our episode following Trisha canon. The JoJo Buell of investigation. Cheryl, actually, Steve, this one is another story. It's kind of like Claudia. This is somebody in her own way because she's unique in her own way about how she responded she was shot.
Pastors, Elections, and Where They Intersect
"That. So let's talk about a component of that where some people say, well, I'm a pastor, if I speak out on this, it's going to destroy my church. Since you've spoken out on these issues, or you've always has your church ground very much. Now, what I say to people is for every family that leaves probably three families come, because when somebody gets offended, there's always somebody else who's looking for just somebody tell me the truth. You know, I will have people come to our church. They may not necessarily agree with me at first, but they're hungry for somebody just tell me the truth. I just want to hear a straight talker. Just somebody who's not going to be playing games with words, just give me the truth. Let me tell you we're really started for me, Charlie. In 2008, because I bought, I drank the Kool-Aid about pastors shouldn't be political. Separation of church and state, all that nonsense. Where people think that that's actually in the constitution or the declaration. It's nowhere in our founding documents at all. A letter that Thomas Jefferson wrote in 1802, that's another story. But here's the deal. I just thought that that's where the churches should be non political. 2008 I had David Barton come to my church. It was an awesome guy, president founder of wall builders. It was an election year in 2008. He and his wife Cheryl took me and my wife tearing out for dinner. We're at op outback steakhouse. And he says to me, do you ever preach election service? I don't even know what an election sermon is. He says, yeah, do you know that for the first couple hundred years of American history? And in fact, he turned me onto a two volume set called American political sermons of the founding era. From like 1730 until the mid 1800s. And I had the volumes in my library at home, where pastors would get up and preach election sermons and call out the candidates and even say things like this candidate is standing for truth. This one isn't. Now you know who to vote for. Don't vote for this guy, vote for this. You know, I'm being very direct.
Sharon Osbourne Goes After Former 'the Talk' Co-Host Sheryl Underwood
"The talk is always at the gossip pages too. The nastiness and how they ganged up on Sharon Osbourne. That's yesterday's news. I mean, you know, even though Sharon walked away with a ten figure settlement, Sharon might walk away with between ten to $20 million. So can somebody please ambush me on live TV? But that's not making Sharon happy enough that they're the big settlement no. The other day she was on making Kelly's podcast, which by the way is very good. And she lowered the boom on her former co host, Sheryl Underwood, who I never liked. I see right through her. She's the black hitman on the show. They know what they're doing. Producing a show like that, casting a show like that is a very intricate process. They know exactly who's going to be who. And what they got out of Sheryl Underwood is exactly what they wanted from Sheryl Underwood. She's a black silent hitman. She's going to come at you with a Black Lives Matter shit. She's going to come at you with a racist undertones. And then she did. And one of Cheryl's issues with the altercation with Sharon was that she didn't want to be labeled an angry black woman, but that's what Sharon basically said to Megan that she is an angry black woman. And why do we know that? Because Sharon said that there were three complaints about her from different producers about the way she treated them. So the network, the show, sent her to anger management. Listen, none of us are perfect. We all make mistakes. And Sharon said, I'm not saying that Cheryl is a terrible person because she treated producers the way she did. But it's all right to treat producers that way, but I can say anything to a co host. Shannon's got a great point. And even what they ten figured payout. She is still pissed enough to keep going at Sheryl Underwood. I get it. If I was sandbag like that, I'd be furious.
"cheryl" Discussed on The Archive Project
"We feature a conversation. Between allison bechtel cheryl strayed that dell's comic. Strip dykes to watch out for ran for twenty five years and established her as one of the preeminent comic artists of our time. Her two thousand six memoir fun home about are closeted bisexual. Father's suicide was a national bestseller and turned into a broadway musical. Which one five. Tony awards cheryl strayed is of course the author of the internationally bestselling memoir wild and the novel torch. She is also the host of the award winning podcast sugar calling and sugars. This conversation is about bechtel's newest book. The secret to superhuman strength the memoir is ostensibly about bechtel's lifelong pursuit of exercise in one form or another. But like so much of bechtel's work. The book is not necessarily about what it's about that does obsession with. Exercise is to be sure driven by her desire to physically strong and resilient but it is also a tool to clear her mind and fuel creativity and a rebuke of the misogyny. She was surrounded by her whole life and the book and this conversation takes us down fascinating side trips including a tour of literary history from the english romantics to the american transcend dentists right through the beat poets of the nineteen fifties all radical in their time who pursued enlightenment in the outdoors and who though separated by hundreds of years are also dealing with remarkably similar ideas straightened back dell are also both candid and humble in this conversation which conclude the discussion about creativity and anxiety and their struggles to produce new work under the spotlight of their incredible successes. This event was originally presented by west by mid west. A collaboration between black mountain institute literary arts the wisconsin book festival and a loft where this event took place as part of their word. Play book festival. Here's cheryl strayed. Hi alison hi cheryl. Thank you so much for doing this with me is a huge honor. I can hardly contain myself. It's really special to to celebrate this book with you. Who have written such an amazingly transcendent book about physical exertion yourself. So thank you thank you so much. I thought about that connection allies. As i read this book we can talk more about that later. But i i wanna just get to chatting about how did how did this new book become a why for those of you. Who haven't read it yet. It centers on essentially allison's lifelong obsession with physical activity and fitness exercise. The various things. She's done not only to strengthen her body. But i think to illuminate her understanding of who we are so alison. I'm curious. Tell us the genesis story of this book. This book has been just dating for. I feel like almost my whole life. You know as long as i've been doing physical activities. Maybe ever since. I feel in a way. This book really is my own asian of the thing. I sent away for from a comic book as a small child. I saw an ad that promise the secret to superhuman strength. that's where the title comes from. You know it was one of those bodybuilding or self ads in the comic books and I think maybe that's when i started writing this book the back of my head. I've just been collecting notes as i've gone along through life. Not even taking notes. It's that's the thing about these physical activities for me as their blissfully free of the symbolic register not thinking or taking notes or attaching concepts to.
September 11: We Will Never Forget
"For years. Now story core has been working with the national september eleventh memorial and museum to record and catalogue the voices. You're about to hear voices that captured the lasting toll of nine eleven. What we know in case you just joining us just after nine. Am that day. United airlines flight one. Seventy five crashed into the south tower of the world trade center. Here's the tape. You see the play coming in from it. Looks like the east side and goes into the building and it was widely captured on video because tv cameras were already trained on the north tower. It had been hit by american airlines flight. Eleven twenty minutes earlier credible pictures. These happened just moments ago and one of the people watching tv. That morning was stacey threatens mom to call me at work she said stacy. How are you watching. Tv the trade centers has been hit. And we were commenting on that. Oh my gosh you know what could we do. We were talking. Maybe they could go give blood. Her mom said or drive up to new york and try to help. It was less than four hours from the dc area where they lived. And where stacy's mom cheryl worked an administrative assistant for the us army and her office was in the pentagon and she said. Stacy i've gotta go and fairly sharp tone to her voice and she hung up the phone on me. I tried to call my mom's office back and nobody answered the phone. The hair stood up on the back of my neck. And my co worker. At the time said the pentagon's been hit stacey coulter sisters and they all met at their parents house. They spent that night calling. Area hospitals trying to find cheryl and he couldn't and late that night her father pulled up alone. He came in the house and everybody else was upstairs. And it was just he. And i and i said dad finder and he just looked at me and he started to cry and he put one hand on either side of the hallway and sinking into his knees and he sustained. She's not coming home. This is it.
"cheryl" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Cheryl Castro 95.5 WSB Atlanta's news and talk Yeah. This Labor Day weekend. Let's take a break from labor and take time to laugh Today. It's a day full of laps with word on the street has heard weeknights. Not until midnight on 95.5. Now when you ask me it is the final hour of the program. But we still got gas in the tank. Our question of the night. Inflation is that is highest in 20 years. What are you paying more for? That? You have noticed Pick up that phone and call me right now. 40487207 50. You are now tuned into word on the street on 95.5. W S baby 11 06 were live where local the only thing happening in Atlanta and talk radio, that radio that's live our other question of the night. You heard Shelley Wynter tell you that for the first time in the history of the USA white people what's happening to them? Shelley Wynter. They've got their declining white people has declined for the first time in history as Hispanic and Asian populations have grown according to the Census report. Why did it? Why did you laugh? Scotty B. What is the transition? This is just a very colorful conversation. Continue shelling. So? So we're asking the question. What do you lose? Um, with less white people. What would we what with the country lose with less white people and have fun? I mean, this is where fun show we're not taking ourselves seriously. And don't call in here with anything disgusting. Just have fun. Four. Oh, go ahead. No, do it. I like the war 87207 51 800 wsb talk. T a l k smart kid. Albino Dave. Question of the night. Which one? Are you answering? Hey, I'm answering both on Let's start with the inflation things going in on the I note. Um, I looked at some of the buy one get ones from a major grocery store. And I know this that light bulbs are now almost $12 or a four pack. Wow. Yeah, I was a little surprised by that, too. Wow, I don't even remember what's the normal? I honestly haven't I can't tell you the last time I bought any I have bought them for about $7 a pack. So it's wow four packs. So that's a pretty big jump, even for a bogo and as far as what you lose with white people. Declining conservative talk show host. Uh be.
Remembering 'Girls Aloud' Singer Sarah Harding
"So sarah harding. I saw this on twitter. Actually no i saw this on e. news online. And i wanted to talk about who. Sarah harding is as a person i because people probably won't know about her since she's over from the uk. So sarah harding was born sarah. Nicole harding on november seventeenth nineteen eighty-one. She has an english singer model and actress. Who rose to fame in late. Two thousand two when she successfully auditioned for the it reality series popstars the rivals and this is kind of relevant with some topics that i've talked about in the past as far as love island because love ireland. Uk like the original. Love island is based in the k. And there's people from all over the uk on that show and it also is on tv. So i have a feeling. That's kind of like the mtv of the us em tv of the uk but mtv loss in the us if that makes sense The program announced that harding had won a place as a member of the girl group girls aloud which girls aloud is a british irish pop. Girl group that was created through the icy be talent. Show in two thousand two and it comprised seniors cheryl cole nadine coyle sarah harding nicola roberts in kimberley walsh. They achieved a string of twenty consecutive top ten singles in the united kingdom including four number. Ones they also achieve seven certified albums of two. I'm sorry of which to reach number one. They've been nominated for five awards winning the two thousand nine best single for the
"cheryl" Discussed on By His Grace
"Hello my friends. It's misty philip. Here welcome to another episode of the by. His grace podcast. I am just going to post a disclaimer here that this episode might be offensive and it is not my intent to offend anyone because i earnestly bring you this episode in love. This country was founded on judeo christian principles that make freedom possible. The founding fathers knew that our rights were not given to us by government but that they were endowed by our creator. God those rights include life liberty and the pursuit of happiness. More and more each day we see the effects of the insidious attack to divide our country and disrupt our way of life. The socialist agenda has infiltrated our schools are media entertainment and are higher learning institutions. Socialism has never worked at any point in history. So why are we allowing it to spread across our country like a cancer. My guest today cheryl lumley has sounded the alarm in her book. Socialist don't sleep. Christians must rise or america will fall in blunt assessment of the deep danger. America is facing from the left award. Winning journalist and washington times columnist and bestselling author cheryl cage. Hemley exposes all of the sneaky ways. The secular left has pressed socialism into american politics and life and why christians are the only ones who can stop it at stake are the freedoms americans cherish and unless we act now the great hope for this nation lies and going back to the founding principles of america. Those are christian principles my friend. Please welcome my friend and host of the bold and blunt. Podcast cheryl charlie to by his grace for an important conversation on socialism cheryl.
Europe's Mind-Boggling Afghan Crime Wave
"Syrian refugees caused your ten percent of all sexual assault cases. Afghans whose numbers were comparable are responsible for stunning half of all the sexual assault cases in western europe. Welcome to your new neighbours. Everybody and if you don't want all of these afghans that have a higher propensity for sexual assault. You're a bigot. And by the way for media matters. That's watching this right now because got nothing better to do. just go. Look at this article. Cheryl bernard i worked with refugees for decades. Europe's afghan crimewave is mind. Boggling continues by saying it took a while for this pattern to be recognized because until recently western europe media deliberately refrained from identifying salems assailants refugee asylum status or his country of origin only one the correlation became so dramatic that itself was newsworthy to this policy. Change at that point. It became clear that the authorities had known about and for political reasons at deliberately covered large scale incidents of sexual assault by migrants. I could continue with more and more examples here. Washington post afghans. Flown to the united states later flagged for security concerns. The washington post continued by saying afghans cleared to come to the united states are vetted again. Once upon a rival some have been sent back to foreign stagey locations after being flagged for security concerns And just by the by the way we've brought in more afghans to the west than americans to the west invade the world invite the world but again don't notice they don't say what neighborhoods there specifically going to say. Oh they're coming to america. We have so much opportunity. While they're coming to wisconsin. We know that they're coming to philadelphia. Everyone is generous with their refugee resettlement until they come to your living room and rape your daughter. Just ask sweden. Germany asked france. Ask all of western europe that is now clamoring about what the afghans did and this article by cheryl's own. Admission was our right. And i'm going to say this number again. Afghans whose numbers are comparable to syrian refugees. A responsible for a half a stunning half of all sexual assault cases and that is in that is in western europe. Know the truth. Reject the one line stunting of discussion. Just because you're afraid to be calling a bigot racist and there's something else at play her.
CDC Issues Warning as Students Return to School
"Coronavirus cases to tell you about here in Georgia, 4000 reported Friday alone. That's the biggest jump in cases since January. The C D. C with the coronavirus warning as students head back to school here Still, BSP Cheryl Castro, CDC director Rochelle Walensky says following CDC guidelines is the best way to keep kids safe in schools. We do so by getting as many people around them who are eligible for vaccination to be vaccinated. And to keep our schools masked right now. Wolinski and Education Secretary Miguel Cardona participated in a town hall where they took questions from parents and students about returning to in person learning this fall on this first week of school, 185 covid cases reported in the Cobb County school system, which returned Monday, 166 cases in Gwinnett schools, which reopened Wednesday Sports Baseball
"cheryl" Discussed on Paranormal Analytical
"It'll be interesting topic to put over but yeah we really appreciate it. I enjoyed it so much. And you're so full of knowledge we thank you for your time and James has always been. You're like one of the anchors on his show. You know we appreciate you each and every time we're on and everybody we thank you all so much for being out on the chat room. We thank you for listening. We love you guys. We appreciate all that you all do. And supporting us by sharing out. Our videos and our podcast. Thank you thank you so much. I i can't tell you that enough and we love the comments. And i wish i could say hi to each and every one of you when you pop up but a lot of times. We get so much happening. But i will say todd. I'd like to talk to you a little bit more about what you've got going on at some point I know you said your places haunted like to talk with you about that whenever you have a chance but everybody take care and until next saturday. This is eddie with paranormal analytical. James tubes and surakarta.
"cheryl" Discussed on Paranormal Analytical
"I'll bet man. It was a great great place to visit. It was very peaceful that night. Just it wasn't it wasn't a malevolent. It was just really peaceful the whole night. Melanie danielson with shadows we. We've seen chance to see the children. Four yeah yup we've seen a lot of crawlers. A lot of things crawl up walls and stuff and that was cool but like as far as audibly hearing things now. We didn't catch anything like that. My one guy the tunnel he had be right behind me and he said turn and get me quick ause back on the top real quick. Todd todd in the chat room says now trying to distract your broadcast but it's interesting. Don't see your baptism. On on cheryl i see it on youtube guys cheryl. Are you practicing a different belief catholic house okay. I seen i'm part native is that what have seen. That might be well. That's an interesting comment. So so being baptized or Growing up in the native american realm of things is there a difference. You don't think you think spirits or spirits and you know because i'm more like you know whether you're baptized or you're jewish or whatever you know. Hindu spirits are spirits. Discriminate from one. Now live next. Okay real quick. Y'all stir the spirits are really friendly. Real quickly go on for days on this one but we've also got a move to the next topic's over here and we do have the crash of house. Majority leader hell bogs and the death of marilyn monroe. Tell us about that so Let's see what what day was actual sixteen. Nineteen seventy two ca chesa. Three aircraft took off at nine. Am and they were heading over to anchorage and on this plane was democratic house majority leader hale box so the last time that they had a transmission from the pilot was at nine o nine when he was asking about weather. Conditions and the plane. Never reach anchorage now. Did the plane crash. Did someone blow the plane up. There's so many conspiracy theories about this because when he was gonna come back. He was wanted to reopen the kennedy assassination case. He also accused the fbi of wire. Tampi congressional phones for your hoover's resignation classified wiretap document august third nineteen sixty to provide information from marilyn monroe's phone calls where she was talking to jfk about roswell and project modeste p. Let's you project industrial quick What about that topic. What is it. Covert operation that recovered debris from any kind of spacecraft had re entered the earth in survived. Okay so then. Thirty six hours. After they had done her wiretapping. She was discovered dead because she said she was going to go public. And announce all this. You think that this was one big cover up that took place on. This sounds like it does to me as well. as after the plane disappeared. The coastguard california received a transmission from ham radio. Operator that said he knew where the plane was gave the information to the fbi and they never sent out a search party. Imagine that yeah so. This is a strange that is shady shit of overheard as documents will not to mention what was the project name for the recovered Just i've never heard of that. It's part of the majestic twelve. That's number just never heard of that was insane at eight months. I don't know. I don't know where you found cheryl but hats off to you. Sir rick. Pick mantis cheryl you just blowing the out of the water acid having you on. Thank you so much for being here. Yeah we're we're actually going to have to do closing comments Cheryl you wanna give a plug on your book in where people can get it again. Here at the end of the show and we'll Do some closing comments whatever you have left to say. And then we're going to take off with james and then i'll finish it up but my books dimensions mysterious triangles of the us. It's on amazon. Dot com. I also have a website. Charlene carter dot com. I have my books on there. I have all my paranormal investigator with photos. Cool stuff is on there. I'm on facebook. You can find me anytime awesome. Well you know cheryl i. I can't think you enough for taking the time to be over here. No we really appreciate your time took to be on the show. It's meg interesting and i'm after. Look for your book too. Because i want a copy of it and i get the book. Okay yeah i'll. I'll do that absolutely and yeah landon. What's up landing look at at my people. My people landon got scared by a demon was asleep in the basement at the house. Something grabs his foot is awesome. James closing comments and cheryl thank you so much for being on tonight. I have learned so much you just in the short time we've been together right now and I'd like to send my position our invitation from paranormal two. We need to meet up and have a meet and greet one day and just go investigate something and just hang out fantastic curl on absolutely you buy for have been my favorite guests on the show and again thank you for everything you know bringing this out in the public again and congrats on the book and you have a new one coming up with so maybe the new book again. One is in this one. Okay and i'm i'm also working on one call. That's about ley lines and foresees. That would be interesting to hell. Yeah that's that's awesome. you guys. Everybody in the chatter on still reach out and get on amazon by this thing. Let's blow it up and cheryl thank you so much daddy appreciate the opportunity to move on. Tonight is always and You know i'll leave with the same coming. I do every time on this. Show keep your eyes to the sky guys and there's more out there and what we know in Again thank you. Thank you for allowing me to be on the show tonight. Gerald congrats on the book. You're having me put that in there as well. We appreciate it once again. Thank you so much for being on the show Like i said we'd love to get on here again. maybe at some point When your book comes out we can get you back on here. We'll talk about lawns..
"cheryl" Discussed on Paranormal Analytical
"Into a building on fire right. Yes when that happened. I was like okay. Is some the dragons big ass out here and he was just saying really evil stuff and just you ever seen that movie Full metal jacket So you remember when that guy shot the in or in the latrine. He shot the guy. He shot the his drill sergeant and he had that really psycho look like their buddy was and when seen them do that i was like yeah i was like man. He's a big. he's bigger. He'll be moved this play. He's a big guy. And i was like dan. How are gonna drag his ass here man. It just weird when it happens a friend of yours. It's tv tv anymore. Tv no let me ask you a question cheryl what causes somebody to be susceptible to something like that anyway susceptible to being overtaken like that. It's a good question. well sometimes. your energy isn't as strong as someone in the room and the spirits now. they'll they'll pick on the week one. Which is what happened to my friend that night. He was the week on more of a simple mind. Type yeah and and not Or very well versed in the paranormal. You know you're kind of a new behind. You don't know how to expect still working in the stress they consensus we are when you came in at night. They can sense it. Go somewhere to important your tensions. We we have some people that are very new to the paranormal world. At watch the show. Listen to it on podcast. What can we do to protect themselves from something like that happening to. You really can't. But i mean i always. I put the white wine before. I go into a place and i also before it into a place i will say. I hope it's okay. If i come visit tonight. I asked permission. You're walking into someone's home you ask permission what i've done doing the show. I always say thank you for talking to mural earth. Thank you few at least tried. He played when you go home. You always say what's nice talking to you but you can't follow me home. That's see now. Todd in the chat taught in the chat says i'm a chandler and chandler with dowsing rod and keyboard. He was one who tested just spirit by sitting in the chair interesting. So i think there's there's a big misconception about like like you said cheryl about surrounding with white light. So here's what i do. I go in every investigation aware across a big cross. It's about five inches long. Got just got it from my grandma. And he's got a skull and crossbones on the bottom across and what that means is that the cross came from somebody bihar clergy. It's not an evil thing. It means that she got that cross from like a bishop or pope or somebody like like she got that across from somebody of there right so where this cross when i go in a lot of people feel okay. So you're wearing across. You know you do the holy water thing. You're not gonna see shit tonight because blah blah blah. That's not the case for the new folks in the chat and new people that that are getting into this thing. What that means is nothing is going to attach to you. Hopefully you have another layer of protection. It doesn't mean you won't hear anything. It doesn't mean you won't see anything it's just you're protecting yourself and your family and i think that's really what you need to do is is be protected. Whatever your religion is right. Be protected against a spirit. Okay that way they can attach to you. They can't come home with you. And when you leave is hey you're not welcome to leave with me saccharin. I am leaving you here and thank. You're talking to me. Like he's lightness. Goes a long way and gave her spectral. Sisa it's your into always spell. Hit the scratch. They asked what you get with jasper. That's it yeah and if you get something physical on you you're not protected right and you don't want anything you don't want to go to a place against crashed and get braces something. That's really cool. No that's not cool. You don't want that. You want to be protected especially i have little kids at my house. I don't want my house to be haunted. Want things going crazy in the middle of the night. I don't want that. I want to be able to go out. And do my investigations there in the come home to a peaceful place and that'd be it in a lot of people think. Oh but we're across. Or if i have a rosary pocket or if i have this or have that we won't see anything. No you're going to see some stuff. Now you're gonna see stuff trying. Here's the thing. It's like. What i tell people i tell people. It's not your faith. It's your belief your role. Power your intent. It's the amount of faith that you have in whatever religion it is that you use in that you're aware of and that's exactly what it takes now with me. It's kinda different. I can walk into a place and whatever's there will clear out. I don't know what it is sauce. If i walk into anything that was happening. We'll stop so. I'm anytime we go to an investigation. I have to of sit out and be a ways back because if something well. Let's put it like this. If something bad starts to take place they sent me in. And for whatever reason. I'll walk in and i'll walk through apply because i have no fear of any where i'm going but i'll walk in in everything comes to a stop. Nothing continuing danielle is too. She's listening right now. But i think this out is but her to she walks in and everything just stops the kaya watch. If you're what causes that he's he's he's been investigated for Twelve years. I don't know why maybe it's an intimidating person to spirit or it's a seaman timothy. I don't know i mean well. He doesn't seem it good. What is in his heart. You don't know you know. And you know me and her will go and do a place and nothing will happen. They'll run to the store and then we'll start here and stuff they get back. It's like everything stops you know like damn look. I don't know know like we went to. We went to waverly a couple of weeks ago. Times love that plays have you met. What's her name Melissa she's awesome in place is great and it was so quiet. It was so quiet the whole night. It was peaceful on the death. Tunnel did all that you know and it was very carter with you when you went down the desktop. I don't know. I didn't. I didn't have my recorder. I i had a. i guess. I'm the i'm the camera guy. So i all my record my hand. I had so many. Ev peace in that death tunnel. Op-ed.
"cheryl" Discussed on Paranormal Analytical
"We still have gotten us with brick Really he comes on there because he'd be all over this right now. I know i'm really surprises here. Now the answer. Any experience with Grew lincoln my head right now. But i'm thinking skin walker and all that stuff. Have you had any experience with that. I haven't been around. You know so on one to ten. How would you like to go very bad. I think we'll always because a couple of months ago. I remote viewed there really so now i want to finish the outcome of the remote. Viewing this is crazy. I saw a small stream with a beaver dam and to be there was a native man standing there he had. He had a bowl in his arm. He was looking towards the east and he looked familiar to me. And i okay the familiar. And then i realized that when i've been gone to sweat lodge this man has been coming to me for seven years really at it was the same man interesting while it was crazy and he told me his name was scans. Lookie now i wanna know what. He's tried to show me when he looks east. I don't know but all nosy projects he protects land. he's a he's a protector. He's been there a long time. I'm thinking he's fremont he's ancient so who what do you think is the malevolent malevolent spirit down there was going on with that is their portals air. What do you think. I'm on the ice knows. I know the normal folks though. But i just love elemental there. Let's not thinking there's evil lots of different energies things. Like i didn't when i remote viewed i didn't feel anything evil. They're so why do you think people interpret it as evil because they don't know or they're scared or what. Do you think well because skin markers are evil. But they're not some kind of creature their medicine men to the dark side. That's that's what it is. That's a new for me. 'cause you know haven't and honestly you know when i hear skin walker. I really don't understand that term. I don't really know what a skin walker actually is to be with you I look eh something evil and like that mutilates animals and blah blah blah. You know the whole nine the whole thing. And that's kind of the way i feel about it so i've never really been educated on skin walker the term. If you if you research and i've i've forgotten at a few months ago when was some natives were displaced from their land. But somewhere else and it was. They were starving they. The land was dry. They cutting their crops. Wouldn't grow in all this and some of them went this other direction and and start practicing some kind of black magic or whatever kind of people right and when they came got to come back to their as these people were still practicing this so they were real people. Yup they were very around there. Were there were known as there are still evil in that sense that the whole friends that will not go near that area because they truly believe but they were very spiritual people though correct. We let you could be spiritual on the good or the bad side in. These guys went to the bedside. They went dark side of the star trek star. Work out there and they just remain there and then when they passed on they they kept that so interesting thing who knows who knows what is. It's what's your theory cheryl on on actual dog men or where we'll type creatures that are out there. We are michigan dog man. What's your what's your theory on those cabins haven't seen one. I believe they exist. What about big foot's or yetis. I get as picture but i. I had some tree knocking knocking back. And it would not i. I think he might be. He's either energy dimensional. Or he's able to cloak himself. He can't say. I've heard that i've heard that they. They can cloak which. I find really interesting especially being that. That's one thing that the military's gonna find very interesting as well. So i've a feeling that the military has their hand somehow somewhere that we saw them. You know that we were hearing this knocking. We also stop so we kept going on the trail. We came back to the same spot and we heard that knocking again and then something walked between the two of us. We couldn't see it. Smelled like death was awful walked between us and walked up to the other side of the hill but we can see say was cloaking was it under mentioned. I don't know what was we could not see it. It there though you can feel it was their feeling that there's a lot that goes on around us right now especially out in the woods in that we don't we don't we. Don't have the technology to understand yet. Its course four one one. They talk about a lot of these missing people missing hunters they talk about hunters that have just up and gone. They find their rifling up against a tree boots on the ground. But you know who take their boots off leader rifle and leave and a vet was interesting too. Yeah that's that's that's really far out yet david. That's really far out that that kind of stuff takes place i mean and you gotta ask yourself. I mean nobody one hundred myself. And i know a lot of people that hunt and wilderness people you know they. They're trackers you know. And what have you and it would never in a million years one. Leave the rifle or to leave their boots. You don't leave your boots or your rifle. I mean these are important items. The most important items. I think of being out in the wilderness. I mean these are things have have with you. So guys i guess tonight is cheryl carter and her book is on amazon right now. Share a one more time gives title on a book dimensions mysterious triangles of the us. There you have it on amazon also puts them into the chat. Really appreciate you being. You look at that nice. So she knows what she's talking about. She's making me look bad right now. She's there she knows she talked about ban. So you gotta check it out. And it's so it's so interesting to talk to you because you have so many different insights and opinions on and you're bringing new thinks unstable right now actually educate me on what skin walker was because.
"cheryl" Discussed on Paranormal Analytical
"So do you do any Paranormal research or anything like that absolutely over anything like ketu or anything like a rim pot or anything top of the mountain. i took my tri field meter. How did that go. Equipment goes crazy. It depends i when you by this board tax is going to make. There's a place in. Ohio has nothing to do with What the triangles. But it's called serpent. Mom got it's an effigy of a serpent and if you take your compass there and your compass will go crazy absolutely Several different of bermuda triangles worldwide. So everybody knows the of bermuda triangle right but there's more than one right on. How many in was the differences between the actual in my book there in the us. They're all over the world. There's ten that i found in the us. Major i'm sure they're smaller ones too. But yeah all right so in your experience in triangles and the location geography between where the triangles are on the map and within egypt. Have have you have you correlated any of the eight alive. We like say. The united states triangles. Here transverse to egypt on the pyramids and everything else and give a little insight on that there are lines that will go earth grid lines that does go for united states to other countries all intersect. And if you some of the grid lines you will see that. They're all these places are connected right. Yeah i read that. Have you been the egypt you've been there. You know one of my bucket list items. No doubt yeah. That'd be so. Yeah she had no doubt stonehenge. I don't know what do you think. What do you think about stone needs. I think there's more to what people think there is going on right now but i don't even think we stress a surplus on would stonehenge actually is the. I think that's only part of what used to be there out. They older spread over here in. Who knows what what was a small part. That's interesting. They get those big storms there. Yeah that's that's got me puzzled for sure. Yeah two hundred miles. They had to bring well. It's kind of the same thing with With egypt like with the the pyramids there scones and things there that are five hundred plus miles away from the pyramids. And you know yeah. I get it you know Assholes and elbows. You know you can get it done with you know a lot of hard work but for these things to be. Laser cut like precision cut. Exactly how do you explain. That perfectly sat in in like the pyramids and peru and and Damn eddie helped me out with the other one. giorgio about A couple of georgia sucralose haircut is a very complicated last night but it's sucralose and he did a he did a show on but it's Can't think the name but either way i didn't pro any notes obviously because i'm hot. Tub it right now. So i'm gonna cut you off real quick james because we need to move along and got a lot of topics to cover. Tonight let's talk about the nevada triangle. Area fifty one in S ford part of the nevada triangle is a place called grew like and groom late is actually a salt flat that It dried up from lake. Lanta memories formed during the last ice age which was twelve thousand years ago. It was once one of the largest lakes. In the north america and adjacent to groom lake is a sixty mile square area known as happy near port as what the government wants you to know we also know is called area fifty one and supposedly remained from the roswell crash site workaround their one of the crash sites because there were actually three they right. That's what i heard that. There were three. Not just the one but there were total of the craft. Kinda hit the ground. Bond stuff came up. Start losing parts of it. Was they have three sites where they picked up parts of something. I have an inside source of. I'm not gonna say what he did for he or she was she he or she did in the military or even military but very reliable source said as soon as the parts and everything to fifty one within a week or two. It was shipped off to langley air force base in virginia. And that's where most of the testing ohio probably subsidiary everything you know spr- split it out and stuff like that because everything's compartmentalize and a lot of stuff went to langley air force base So as of now fifty. One probably doesn't have anything they're They're testing you. Know a lot of top secret stuff. As far as new new technology alien stuff is such a hotbed. It's such a focal point in the Visual of you know ufo intelligence. now there's such a spotlight on that place like they probably wouldn't do anything there. Now put back in the forties fifties. Yeah it was a hotbed now. Now real quick. I'm glad patterson airforce base brought up The ufo deal cheryl you know that the pentagon supposedly going to be releasing what they know of unidentified aerial phenomena What do you think you're actually going to release to the public us..
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"cheryl" Discussed on Growth Experts with Dennis Brown
"Why don't you unpack. This no fell video formula. Because i think this is really going to draw the picture for people. I think this is going to put it a little bit more concrete structure for them. So as i mentioned earlier i have been in front of the camera for many many years. I was a long time tv journalist. I've made all of my mistakes. Live in front of a lot of people and when i started working with business owners when i started my company. I realized that the things that i did for. Tv for the news for my job. It was the system. I just didn't put it into words. Just i didn't have to. I was under a deadline. I had multiple deadlines a day and so focused on any of those pieces. I wouldn't get my job done. So i had to create this system to help explain to business owners. I was working with the path to creating video so zero video is to me a five step process and all laid out right here is five peaks. It's prepare position process publish and promote and again when i was in the newsroom when i was working under deadline i did all of these things. Just did them all at the same time and i did not wittingly. Didn't like think about it. I just did it. But then since then i've had to really break it down to help people who are not used to a deadline. Who are not used to being in front of the camera to really see how to make this work for them. So the one thing. I want to say before i kind of go through my five. Ps is that being on camera is comfortable uncomfortable for everybody for most everybody. Most people i work with. They don't feel comfortable. They don't like the sound of their voice. They don't like the way their hair looks right. Now i don't love the way my hair looks but you just push through knowing that the information that you're sharing the value you're giving is more important than anything else and the first step of my no fill video formula is to prepare. Unfortunately being on video needs a little bit more equipment than like logging or even podcasting. You kind of need a camera so most of the time a camera that you have that you're using to text with to check your stocks with is good enough. The smartphone that you have in your hand will have a camera that is good enough and preparing is just that preparing that preparing and making sure you have a camera preparing your audio to make sure that you're in a quiet place if you don't have an external microphone and then also making sure that people can see you so i do have a light on me right now but if you don't sitting by a window and making sure you're facing the window so that the light is shining on you is really enough. There doesn't need to be a huge monetary outlay. If that's where you want to start which is using what you have right now. And i know a lotta people kind of get stuck in the prepare mode. I know it. Because i hear all the questions. Oh you know. Should i get this camera. Should i get that an icee. Let's wait until we figure out how you're going to use video in your business and if you continue with it sure get the next level. Dsl our share. A picture with me. Because i love to stay ahead. I love a good camera just like anybody else but until you get to that point. Let's start with what you have. And then the next part is the next part that dumps people is the positioning that you have in your space. What are you going to say on camera. How are you going to connect with people who want to hear what you have to say and so positioning is really just figuring out who want to talk to on camera and giving them content. That will help them create value in their day so that could look very different for many different people when i do videos from youtube channel. I know that people are asking me questions about equipment. They're asked me questions about scripts and they're asked me questions about backgrounds and things like that so my videos are focused on giving them those answers. So i have a script template that i share. I have all kinds of equipment guide that people can download for free and if you look at your content in that way you can do the same thing for your audience. It's really funny. You know. I'm glad you brought that up. It's funny because i have. I think i have over one hundred videos on my youtube channel. And i would bet that eighty percent of them. The topics of eighty percent of them were questions. The people had asked me either. They asked me over social or by email or maybe it was in another video alive. I was doing. They had asked this question in the comments. But i take a lot of my content. The topics from questions people are asking me because after all i'm here to serve them. It's not about what's interesting to me. It's about what they wanna know. So i love that as a tip. I think that's a simple easy tip on how to start creating ideas of what you're going to talk about. I love this tip to is more more so in the last few months i've been on a lot of virtual call like summits and webinars with organizations with a lot of people who are on the call and they ask you a bunch of questions and so i'll take the questions that come in through zoom and i'll just save them a click save on the chat and take those questions and turn them into videos knowing that if one person is asking that question most likely someone else is asking it somewhere that i can figure out. Seo wise how to put that on youtube. But then i also have a piece of video that answers the question that i know that at least one person has so i can even send that video to that one person but it's not so much that we don't have content in her head or that we even have trouble organizing it is sometimes. We just don't know where to get started and to me. That's a great start. If people already asking you questions save it. Save it somewhere safe so you can refer to it over and over again. Just keep a running list. I actually have google. Doc and i actually have a note in my iphone. Wear whenever a topic comes up whenever a question comes up. I always just keep rolling index of topics and i usually put them in kind of title format. And then i use that as kind of the framework of what i'm going to create the content about whether it be a podcast episode or a video or blockbuster. Whatever it's just a habit that i've developed over the years so i think that's a great idea. I love that and my problem. Unfortunately i have a lot of ideas and a lot of different places. I put them in. So don't do that. Note to self right. Do not do that. If you're going to have a google. Doc have one not like five where things are difficult to find. And that's the other thing is sort of creating for yourself. A process that you will follow. I was just talking to a client. Just a bit ago and i said to her. What if you started a weekly facebook live to your audience. They ask you questions all the time they ask you all the time. All kinds of questions you have answers to that for them relate and you have answers for them that are related to your business. Maybe add some sort of product is out of stock. Or you're getting a new shipment of this or your hours changing. Why don't we have a weekly update like wednesdays at ten. Am that you can share all of the updates for the week and your audience knows to check in on that every single week at the same time and if they're not there live they can catch the replay. What i find is that me saying that is one thing but actually having them feel comfortable enough to do that is another so we just wanna give one tip dennis and you know. I know you probably didn't have to do this in the very beginning. But some people don't necessarily feel comfortable talking on camera so what you could do is just turn on your camera like turn on your phone. Swipe up put the camera on selfie mode and start recording yourself every morning after you get up. Maybe after you've had some coffee record yourself giving like a one minute tip of the day. It won't go anywhere it won't unless you wanted to won't go anywhere. Just have it on your phone and try that for seven days and then take a look at them. See how you feel about them after. You've recorded them. What you'll probably see is it wasn't so bad and then you're kind of building that muscle memory. You're like oh. I can do this. I can record this on my phone. I can share this tip. I can share that tip and it can be succinct. It can be valuable and once it's on my phone. I can share it.