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"david jacobs" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
"What to call. Penance, reconciliation, confession, and yet that doesn't seem to express the drama and the beauty of that particular sharing that particular sacrament. Maybe we could call it the kick start saccharine. I like it. Does it comes into existence when a baptized Christian cuts himself so badly that he's in danger of bleeding to death? The sacrament of penance is putting a tourniquet on someone before they die from bleeding to death. And it's like you can see in the ancient discipline of penance a duplication of the discipline of the catechol unit. So somebody goes through the catecholamine, learns the discipline, learns the rules, gets baptized, but something more can seem damages that. And so what the church does is to pull up the plant, they've just planted. Shake off the dirt from its roots. So that they could replant it. And there's this period three years, 7 years, ten years, period of penance when you don't receive eucharist. Successive concentric circles of getting closer to it. You stand with the sinners in the narthex, then you can be in the nave, but not received to me, et cetera I know that that discipline dependence develops into the practice of repetitive canons. And then it just has different names because you want to put an emphasis on a different mode to it, reconciliation, I'll always remember from a throwaway line by bob Barron. I can call him bob Barron because they knew he knew him when he was father bearing and not bishop baron and I was two years up at the liturgical institute in mundelein, and we would have faculty lunch there. And one time at the table, he pointed out that cilia is a biological word for little hair like structures on the outside edge of a cell or their cilia in your digestive tract that helps the food move down, even if you eat hanging from your knees from a tree. Well, cilia is also the name for like your eyelashes. And to be re con silly is to be put back eyelash to eyelash. Before God. What's our state of sin when he looks at us? We look away. We've all experienced that in a friendship or in a marriage. When you're nursing a grudge, when you're alienated, and the other person says something, you just grunt by the other person, looks, you don't make eye contact. And here's God in the Garden of Eden, saying, where are you guys? We used to have this lovely eye to eye contact. You were the Apple of my eye. Scholars don't exactly know what the Hebrew means in the songs, but it's something like this. The apple of the eye means like, when I look at you, there's a little man in my eye. That's you reflecting in my eye. And we are God's little man in his eye, but not now, we're hidden in the bushes. How could we be brought back to a tree and easy and graceful that was an intentional punch? Gracious. Relationship with God. This is what the sacrament of reconciliation is, but that requires re kickstarting my penitential. My penance process, that's asceticism being jumped up again. And that depends upon being truly contrite. So that's penitence inside my penance. And wouldn't it be awful if I was just sitting in my room alone wondering whether God really forgave me, but I guess he does. I hope he does. I don't know if he does. Wouldn't it be great if we could go to Christ and hear him say, by my blood, you are forgiven. So that's why there's a sacrament of confession. Have we run through all the titles? I'm trying to work through them here as we go. So it's lovely that we haven't exactly settled on a single word for it. Eucharist has his many terms to the catechism, names them all. This is called a synaxis. It's called the lord supper. It's called the banquet of the lamb. It's called eucharist. It's called the mass. Certain. We know more than we can say. So we say many words to try to say what we know. We'll return to pathway to sacred mysteries with doctor David Jacob in just a moment. Litany of humility. Oh Jesus, meek and humble of heart. Hear me. From the desire of being esteemed. Deliver me, Jesus. From the desire of being loved. Deliver me, Jesus. From the desire of being extolled. Deliver me, Jesus. From the desire of being honored. Deliver me, Jesus. From the desire of being praised. Deliver me, Jesus. From the desire of being preferred to others. Deliver me, Jesus. From the desire of being consulted. Deliver meet Jesus. From the desire of being approved. Deliver me, Jesus. From the fear of being humiliated. Deliver me, Jesus. From the fear of being despised. Deliver me, Jesus. From the fear of suffering rebukes. Deliver me, Jesus. From the fear of being calumniated. Deliver me Jesus. From the fear of being forgotten. Deliver me Jesus. From the fear of being ridiculed. Deliver me Jesus. From the fear of being wronged. Deliver meet Jesus. From the fear of being suspected. Deliver me, Jesus. That others may be loved more than I. That others may be esteemed more than I. That in the opinion of the world, others may increase, and I may decrease. That others may be chosen and I, set aside. That others may be praised, and I, unnoticed. That others may be preferred to me in everything. That others may become holier than I, provided that I become as holy as I should. Jesus. Grant me the grace to desire it. Amen. Help support this vital ministry. Discerning hearts is a 100% listener supported apostolate. Please prayerfully consider making a sacrificial gift to fund operating expenses for this truly life-changing Catholic programming in prayer. We recently received a generous grant to hire new employees to grow the apostolate, but we still have to fundraise those operating expenses, which
"david jacobs" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
"We're trying to speak the truth. And that takes time to find those. On the other hand, Lewis said, the church knows the answer as soon as she hears the question. So the world comes up with a new question. Oh yeah, we worried about that back in 1500 back in 800. We thought about this before. I don't think you can think up a new heresy. They've all been done. Try as you hire, might. You can't become famous for new heresy. They've all been treated. We'll return to pathway to sacred mysteries with doctor David Jacob in just a moment. Did you know that discerning hearts has a free app in which you can find all your favorite discerning hearts programming? Father Timothy Gallagher, doctor Anthony lillis, deacon James Keating, Mike aquilina, doctor Matthew bunson, and so many more are found on the discerning hearts free app. Did you also know that you can stream discerning hearts programming on numerous streaming platforms such as Apple podcasts, Google Play, iHeartRadio, Pandora, Spotify, stitcher, tune in, and so many more, and did you know that discerning hearts also has that YouTube page? Be sure to check out all these different places where you can find discerning hearts. Take lord and receive all my liberty, my memory, my understanding, and my entire will. All that I have in call my own. You have given all to me. To you, lord, I return it. Everything is yours. Do with it what you will. Give me only your love and your grace. That is enough for me. Ah man. Hello, my name is deacon Omar Gutierrez, and I want to ask you to support discerning hearts in a special way. We, Chris McGregor, the board and I all know that not everyone listening can help financially. We know we have listeners from all parts of the world, and we have made a commitment since the beginning to make the truth shared through discerning hearts totally free. So while you may not be able to contribute financially, what you can do is certainly pray, but also give us positive reviews on whatever platform you use to listen to us. If it's iTunes, Android, stitch your Spotify, however it is that you get these podcasts, or if you're on YouTube and you like our videos, please give us a good rating and write a review. The more good ratings and reviews we get, the higher our profile and the more listeners will discover us. Listeners who may have the means to contribute in the future. Please consider raiding us in writing a positive
"david jacobs" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Targets near the port city of Odessa. Pope Francis is on his way for a week's stay in Canada, the Pope plans to address the issue of abuse of indigenous children in Roman Catholic boarding schools. I'm Scott Carr. And I'm susannah Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom, a 43 year old man accused of attempting to stab representatively Zelda in the Republican nominee for governor of New York was charged in federal court yesterday with assaulting a member of Congress using a dangerous weapon, which turned out to be a sharp pointed keychain. David Jacob bonus of fairport, New York faces up to ten years in prison if convicted, he told authorities he had been drinking and didn't know who the congressman was. Jack a bonus lunged at zeldin during a campaign event near Rochester on Thursday night, selden was not injured. The New York triathlon is on, but it has been shortened because of the heat, the biking portion has been cut in half from 24.8 down to 12.4 miles and the running portion has been cut from 6.2 to two and a half miles. The course will take racers into the Hudson River on bikes along a traffic free west side highway and through Central Park. 7 towns in Bergen county are under a boil water advisory after tests found E. coli bacteria within the distribution system. The advisory covers fairview cliffside park ridgefield edgewater fort Lee palisades park and leonia. Saudi Arabia and Iraq are diverting more and more of their crude oil toward Europe, helping the continent's oil refineries to overcome a pivot away from Russia. More from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet. More than a million barrels a day of crude has made its way to Europe from the Middle East in the first three weeks of July via a pipeline that crosses Egypt, the according to vessel tracking data compiled by Bloomberg, volumes of roughly doubled from a year ago, the shift comes as increasing volumes of Russian crude head in the opposite direction from its Baltic and Black Sea ports to buyers in India and China. Bloomberg's Charlie pellet global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm susannah Palmer. This is Bloomberg. Broadcasting live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studio in New York. Bloomberg and frio to Washington, D.C., Bloomberg 99 one to Boston, Bloomberg, one O 6 one
"david jacobs" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The select House committee investigating the January 6th capitol riot, representative Adam kinzinger of Illinois tells CNN the insurrection at the capitol last year represents the greatest effort to overturn the will of the people and conspire against American democracy since the Civil War. 9 people are in the hospital after being shot during a large party in western Michigan early this morning. Police in Kalamazoo responded to a shots fired call, no arrests have been made. Brad Siegel tells us a new wildfire is burning near Yosemite National Park. A spokesperson from mariposa county in California says the oak fire went from bad to worse Friday nights, spreading to over 1700 acres and forcing the evacuation of several mountain communities, a federal judge has dismissed 5 former FBI officials from a lawsuit brought against them by former president Trump, the officials included former FBI director James Comey. I'm Scott Kong. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. A judge temporarily blocked the city from proceeding any farther with budget cuts to schools that lost enrollment. We hear more about that from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini. Susanna this ruling comes in response to a lawsuit from a group of parents and educators, and they say the city didn't follow proper procedures in passing the city budget. This temporary block stops the city from further implementation of the budget cuts and it orders the Department of Education to spend at the levels outlined in the 2022 budget. A hearing is scheduled for August 4th to determine whether the block uncuts will become permanent, Susanna. Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini. New York gubernatorial candidate Lee zeldin resumed his campaign events yesterday after Thursday night's attempted attack. David Jacob bonus is charged with attempted assault in the second degree. He was arraigned, and then released, a 2019 bail reform law in New York eliminated pretrial incarceration for people accused of most nonviolent offenses. Zeldin is running for state governor against incumbent Kathy hochul and he criticized the bail release of the suspect. And here
"david jacobs" Discussed on Bob Bain's Farside: Paranormal Podcast
"As you dissolve the ground and hoping to get CNN up there and Fox network if we can, but certainly we're going to have all the Canadian networks and top newspapers. And so this should be a really eye opening event. And that's going to be on the Saturday morning of the three day expo. So that's going to be something that I think anybody is coming to Canada in the summer, if they can make it up there at the end of June that's going to be well worth their while. It sounds like if I can make my way up there, I would. Yeah, but last year's show was a tremendous success. And we're building on it for this year. And it was from that show that I met a few of the people in my latest book and what else to close encounters of the unusual kind and got onto that and actually writing another book right now involving one of the people I met there too. And when it comes out, it's going to be just completely mind-blowing, I think. Speaking of experts, do you have any knowledge of a doctor David Jacobs? Oh, I know I know who David Jacobs is. I've never met pajamas. I'd love to meet him. I know what he's talking about, what his theories are. What are your opinions about his theories? Some of the individuals on the form that I attend, which I've spoken about, they're not exactly sure about his theories on hybrids. What do you think? Well, you know, I've been going back and forth on that. And in fact, based on some of the things I'm doing now in the latest book and writing I almost had a complete change of heart. But let's forget the book that I'm doing now. Let's just talk about what I know up to this point. And I really think that something is going on that somebody is playing with her genetics. And I think they probably played with our genetics for thousands of years. And I'm not sure it's the same people or the same entities aliens. But I believe that the ones that are around for the last hundred years at least have been trying to possibly improve on what we have now and probably take us to another level. And I'm not a 100% sure that I agree with David that it's all for insidious purposes and then beings I want to take over the earth. But I think they've been actually toying with a DNA forever and that we are a creation of a combination of the primates that we're here at one time on earth and continuous years and years of DNA manipulation to bring us what we are today. Reading through your book, one thing that I found interesting is that you actually gave the race of gray aliens a name. What is that? Well, I didn't, but the lady that I interviewed that did in fact a whole it could have been a book on a shelf, I think. This is a lady from the province of Nova Scotia. And before anybody thinks that she's complete cycle, she's a lot, she works in law enforcement. She got a police officer that she does work in law enforcement. So I would have to assume that before you can get a job in law enforcement, you know, they check you out pretty well to make sure that you're stable and you're not going off the deep end. So. She first contacted me when I was actually writing intrusion that the book we talked about last year. And at the time, I sent me a short email and there were some things in that email that I thought well this has got to be a complete lunatic and really isn't worth my time. So I put it aside until I finish that book and then when I started writing my other book, the one that we're talking about today, what if the title what if is that there are so many things out there that what if some of it's true? It would change the way we look at our world. So I went back to this lady and talked to her and had her send me some more stuff. And basically, her story is that in the last year, since early January of 2014, she has been in telepathic communication with a race of beings that we call the grades, but who she has been told correct name is the anti raccoon or at a rock cool I should say. And they're from the orient constellation and they've been visiting earth for thousands of years and they initiated our DNA a long time ago and created mankind. And the thing about her story is that there's a lot of things she says that, you know, I can sort of buy into based on some of the things other people have told me. But there's a lot of things that she's told me that I really find it very hard to believe because she insists that the actual raccoon and there's apparently 17 billion of them on three different planets in the solar system. They're the only species that have ever visited earth in the entire history of earth. And that everything else out there while there are species, they're just not intelligent enough to actually be able to travel here. I find that hard to believe because so many of the people that I've dealt with, they talk about other species, they talk about reptilians. They talk about the mantis. They talk about small hooded beings. And various different kinds of craze. But she insists that this is the only species. While I've been looking into this and doing this next book for them writing, I've had a sort of a change of heart that I think perhaps I didn't ask her the right question or she didn't ask them the right question. Because I'm more and more I'm thinking that a lot of the beings that are visiting earth and that happened dizziness and even a lot of the abductions that people believe that have taken place are actually taking place in an interdimensional astral world. So what I mean is that perhaps the actual raccoon are the only physical aliens to have ever visited earth. But there are many other species that are able to go from one dimension to another dimension in until our third dimension and may have interacted with mankind. I don't know if that's true, but I'm more and more believe that abductions and are taking place in this pastoral realm rather than the actual physical route. But I have lots of stories and tell about the out of that. If you want to ask me then and I can answer as best as I can, but she has told me and let the listeners decide themselves if they think her story is true or she's just got the most vivid imagination in the world. Because she's able to draw pictures of them too. And the other thing she says is that while most people think of the word grace and then we think of sinister biological entities that humans for medical experiments and possibly a food source and that they're operating under some secret government..
"david jacobs" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"With a doctor here either. What do you think they want with us? Well, they want a lot of things They want to, um, mine the Earth moon system for resources that are rare where they come from, Um Gold and the uranium and thorium being three of them rarer. It's stuff like that. Often rare where they come from aerospace materials like titanium be another sign. Um, And they want to kind of mind the DNA of humans and earth's creatures, and they're creating hybrids of themselves in humans. Um Modifying the DNA of the human race to try to make us more. Are able to join the galactic community. Is there anything nefarious going on here? That we should be worried or concerned about? It depends on your point of view. I suppose if you think that humans the way they are, or the end all be all. And then there are hostile. Um, if if not, then, Um uh, of their Less hostile or beneficial, depending on your point of view. I mean, if you listen to Dr David Jacobs, they're out to get us. I don't really believe that they do a lot of things that are against our laws and they treat they treat most experiences like lab rats or subjects, but I think it's just the way they are. They don't treat their own people any better. Um, They seem to be pure intellect. Um And they also want one thing with this kind of disturbing about them. Is they kind of remind me of Nazis. Nazis? Why? Um they're very nationalistic and Very, um, mission oriented. They're not mean and cruel, like human Nazis, but they just remind me of them. And I think that you need their organization. Yes, yes, the organization interesting. And actually, the Germans first had contact for the first kind of contact with them back in the 19 thirties, Apparently I've always heard the possibility that the Germans even made a craft based on stuff like that. Yeah, I think that's that's highly probable. Um The Germans, uh, were the first together to get a crashed UFO back in 1932. I think it was And then when he crashed in the black Forest, reportedly, how interested are these apparent? NTT's With saving Mother Earth. They're very interested in that. They're afraid we're going to mess it up. They have technology that could reverse the damage we've done and they're trying to minimize the damage and to After the populations reduced their planning on on, uh, reversing the damage that we've done using their technology and The population apparently is going to be reverse both both them and our government want that. So I think we're in for some very interesting times ahead. What star system do they come from? Did they say Uh, yeah, they wouldn't say they wouldn't say, um you know all of their home basis, um, their capital, or they're keeping a secret, but it's in the direction of the constellation Orion. And the three great pyramids and on the plane of users are representative of Orion's belt. You probably knew that yes, and That's because their capital is in that direction and to their systems are our planet. Or is it a particular for and Um 61 or some majority Street. Um, it's interesting that 60 wonders. Majoras, three is in science fiction, the home of a hostile race called the seventies. I'm not interesting. Are these the same beans that were involved in the Barney and Betty Hill abduction case? Yes, definitely The other one is doing most of the abductions. There are other races coming here might be the reptilian and play aliens. But the greatest definitely did most of the abductions. Are they all friendly? Mm. The reptilian czar not very friendly. I think they're.
"david jacobs" Discussed on The Past Lives Podcast
"Or Under lecture situations and under organizational situations where humans will often china. You went through a son amount of time in your life where you were having vague memories and you knew about hypnotic regression. But you didn't do the hypnosis did you have a very definite mindset of now. I'm not gonna do that. You quite skeptical. No it wasn't that at all. It was there for a long time. I was trying to make sense right through my twenty s and into my Up to my mid thirties really. I was still trying to make sense of what was happening to. May because you have to realize that on new zealand end a name Early nineties there was very little if anything in new zealand about these kinds of experiences that it was you know. It wasn't nonunion on job in books. It available in our libraries or anything like that there was no amazon back then and And i didn't realize that this was at that stage. This was a worldwide phenomenon. And you know. I was really concerned for my safety and trying to find other people through coma station through an investigating people sightings trying to fund people. Who could talk to me about this. Who could understand what i was going through in may be site use on experiencing true wasn't until the nineties as that some early but hopkins books and dr david jacobs and dr john. Max books started to come out.
"david jacobs" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point
"Like with david jacobs head on the show a couple times and also kind of interleaved those interviews with a woman named mary rodwell. Have you ever heard of mary. Rodwell show show well known nice. Nice very nice person. So they're kind of going back and forth on this issue that you explore in the book of the goody versus batty evily t versus spiritual loving here to bring transformation kind of et and david jacobs. Who is it's important to know. I think if i can interject i think david jacobs and a bunch hopkins have to be understood from an atheist perspective. That's what they see. When you talk spirituality those guys it just complete they go. You're not mean there's not any of it anyway. So why even talk about it. And that's how they see it but they also have some pretty solid evidence. They bring back that. That says that i mean like david jacobs. Some people criticize him that. He's not a professional hypnotist. Well i gotta tell you as a pretty smart guy. I think he trained well enough and it sounds like his protocol was pretty good. He tried to intentionally mislead people. You know he would say okay. Now go over to the corner of the craft and they'd go. Okay wait a minute. There is no corner of crafty goes. Okay yeah that is confirming what you said anyways. I don't want to long in the story but being david jacobs. I'm interviewing mary red bull. They're going back and forth one sank. Evil batty t sense. People back rapes people which comes through again and again. I don't know how how we understand. That inside of our culture is anything other than the ultimate intrusion of our personal space and that is reported and then go to mary. Rodwell says look deeper. You know there's a spiritual thing but here's the point. David jacobs one. I'm sure is. This is a project this program. This is like as we would understand it in our world. Somebody's trying to get some shit done right. So then i go. Manic say merry. What about that long pause and she goes. Yeah well it is definitely a program. They are doing some kind of genetic manipulation that means they are doing something. There is an intention allergy to it. There is a directive to it. And so i guess i'd throw that out there and what do you think about that. We jump into that other space of other rea- you know other dimension and stuff you know. Well listen as jack valenti and other experts have said if that's the case they're very bad scientists because they have to keep doing the same experiment over and over again they want to know how reproduction reproduction works. So they take the guk. The man and woman sometimes people who know each other and make them have sex in front of the alien beings so they can understand reproduction so as one anthropologist told me for my books you don't need to do that. You just get a hygiene manual reproductions. Nothing ought to figure out to make people go through that again and again and again and to you know examine the bodies again and again through all these medical procedures that you know the experiences detail. At great length the actually describing the instruments used a. So why do they have to do it again. and again..
"david jacobs" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
"When he decided to go solo. Yeah it was. You know. I think the decision to do that was Out of you know i. It was a couple of things. I was ahead of job job. So i didn't have as much time to to collaborate and with with another artist and i had these other songs in the back of my head and i wanted to. I guess wanted just sort of try as a solo song because i had had these product. Katie's at box. Where does i was always like the producer backup vocals like just behind. The front man was like let's see. Let me see if i've got the chops to to be the front songwriter to like to have all of my ideas upfront. And that's kind of what spawned the idea of you know to do like kindness. Courage and i had all the chops as the producer recording engineer. And my home studio. So i had all that behind me and it was me wanting to to see how it worked and i i recorded it and i was just. I was super nervous. But i think the the the the luck of the first strike or beginners lock or like the universe saying keep going like. I released the first track kindness. Courage got some good critical view. Narrates the second track promise and it got immediately on a spotify algorithm editorial post which now i look back. That was huge back. In the day i was like oh yeah. Of course it is because it's great song and that's how that's how it's going to be arrested. But that's been the only editorial place but that like rocketed music to everyone millions of fans so it was great. And then you know from that there had a lot of tv and film placements from that ep. So there's been this this just Motivation on the back end for For my music and demand from different producers creators sink agents and listeners say gates. It's good so i kind of got this affirmation of like yeah i. I am good enough as a songwriter to to be the front man Are thank you. And i appreciate the kind words and and i was just hanging with a songwriter yesterday. Actually about this. And i was like i. I miss. I miss having a partner or a team. Because i think as a solo artist doing and as a solo in the artist i should say it's it relies so much on my shoulders at like the everything. The marketing the recording the production. The the the songwriting the the the finance the connections the pr. It's all on my shoulders. And it's it can be really tiring after a while. And so i'm like i use like just even if it's just me like hiring a producer like i can use a producer on my next album or like an studio engineer so i can at least offload that and like so. I'm thinking i'm thinking about this another album coming on. I'm definitely gonna there's definitely gonna be a team with me just so i can have a little have a little more. Fun is my is my goal for the next songwriting project. Well inviting in producer makes a whole. Lotta sense is gives you a second seventy years. A psychotic completely remake song absolute. And i'm finding a lot of value in that i mean it's perfect segue. I think the first track we're in a shares that that over and over the alternate mix With a i worked with a fabulous producer. David jacobs strain He's in americana songwriter. A amazing songwriting amazing producer. And i've worked at a few other tracks but he was able to to your point he Having that second set of ears he was able to really hear what i was doing. It's all good. And i really like these three aspects of what you're doing. I really feel like the soul of the song is in those three aspects to pull those aspects out an emphasize those through some different instrumentation heated. Might oh my god like. That's that's amazing. I was so excited and happy. Pleased with what he did. Because as role of producer he can That second set of yours can really hear what you're trying to do and go okay. I see your direction. But i think we turn those down and turn these two up. It's gonna get your direction a lot clearer on so matt for sure. Well i definitely. I love both virgins. They definitely love the alternative version. Thank you but it is dedication of love for your wife like the song. Promise that won critical acclaim as well. Yeah yeah and. I think it's funny i. It's just like what's happening in my universe. At the moment the promise was a dedication it was actually a dedication. It was kind of a i took our wedding vows and kind of mash them up into a song form so is basically like i said. See your wedding bells that we you know we. We'd been married probably year and a half by then. Mostly casey wedding bells. That's the most romantic thing interesting. The wedding vows. And i was like oh just in summary in song form. These are our hopes. These is what we are saying to each other. And so that's like so. The female part is like my wife's wedding bells is like yeah. This is terrifying and this is scary. But here i am in mind was like y'all promised to be there for you so it was great. I mean it was like really cool to have that. As one of the first songs i did end people be like. That's a really good song. So okay i kind of have the chops again. It's like it gave me that. That positive reinforcement to keep going super listened to the track over and over. The alternative version released march. Twenty twenty one avenue. On how you four i have been i would have been wrong shy real ray from fouling up because to me a mosaic she. Good perfect was.
"david jacobs" Discussed on The FIT4PRIVACY Podcast - For those who care about privacy
"And he goes to create and deliver strategies for privacy compliance entertaining strip all these start a quick reminder that the billions and ideas shared in this context are not legal advice if you need advice to should contact professional bid yards specific context. Let's get started. Hello welcome today in the fit for privacy podcast. We have a special and unique guest. He's a forensic crime scene investigator. yes. He's a forensic crime scene investigator in the boston now too naughty. He has identity verification protection of individuals identity and personal data background and he's a identity management professional and he has a company and he's a ceo at diverse authentication library global and he says diverse authentication library global complies with all privacy or personal data violations globally. And all the processes for specific reasons like fraud prevention identity protection and verification of an identity and he loses vocabulary like synthetic identities and cost workers. But let's not worry about it. He will simplify for us and he will help us understand. What are these dumped. And what is it so ladies and gentlemen. I'm talking about. David jacobs talcum david. So how did you get into this interesting field. Forensics identity protection and so on and so forth you started my my younger years To the police force in nineteen ninety seven and trained as a fingerprint expert as well as a crime scene investigator infringing expert in the field to score got to crime scene. Similar to what you'll see on csi the very popular. Tv show But instead of always catching the decision sometimes couldn't click evidence Know that started at the mall. Forensic background is defining what a fingerprint is and understanding The author of that biometric in your human body It actually what the frenzy guy speaks. It allows you to Bringing something with fingerprinted deny that study that has got that varied. It's called the local principle. It basically means everywhere we go. You leave something you take something with you. Some the crime you will leave your fingerprint and tax. Some dust away with few so. That's why such a interesting food for me from there on it started with. I started which you will need to the identity. Spice itself and from two thousand and fifteen dollars very much occupied in doing research and development regarding Identity and how. It must be managed. So if enough the diet since then we've created a company that's registered in the us. I we've put dealerships in the us. I as well as africa And what we as the work on us that the identity any business identity is evidence of the existence of a single real will give him being so treat an identity as evidence on a very high level and basically it's dream vets. We are at the moment. The identity management face.
"david jacobs" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Better half is nine years younger than me. And if there's any bit of grain or any bit of boldness to it, I just cannot get her to take it. Yeah. Yeah, he He fell right asleep, and we're getting to the good part because there's there's a lot of exposition because I'm just focusing on the Nicolette Sheridan years when Paige Matheson came because I love Nicolette I'm is gay as a love boat Reunion party, but I would totally I would totally grab a bat and ball and play for the other team for for Nicolette Sheridan. Now, even now, look, you know there are rumors. She's a pill, You know Mark, there was a lawsuit with Desperate Housewives. People say she even knots landing stars, and that's one of Actually there's a great story that I will go deep on in our brand new segment in the down the rabbit hole. There is a hysterical story about a photo shoot that went bonkers involving Nicolette shared and when she was young and thought a lot of herself anyway, Anyway, that's a future one. But, um, anyway, knots landing, which is a special Dallas. Thank you. But Colin fell asleep, So I think the experiment's over. I I believe and we were just done. We're just getting to the good seasons, and it has he watched all of Dallas with you. Um, no. Okay. I just wanted because which characters went two knots landing. Knots landing. It was Gary Jr and Bobby's brother Gary. The alcoholic. Um Yes. So again again. We'll go deep on this. It'll, you know, one of one of my new in the rabbit hole. But as Alexis said, you know, the TV fun fact is If everyone says not landing's, a spinoff of Dallas. It's actually the other way around of the true story is Alexis Noses. They pitch knots, landing first. That's based on old Ingrid Bergman movie on Brother movie called scenes from a marriage and they went into CBS and they said, Hey, we want to do this show about this cold the sack. And different marriages. You know, like a marriage in turmoil. A stable couple. Ah, young couple on DSI Bs liked it, but they're like, you know what if we're gonna do this Let's go have let's if we're gonna do a soap. Ask thing. Let's do something glitzier and with more character like a saga, they said Saga and David Jacobs, who created Dallas immediately thought of the James Dean movie giant. And was like, Huh? Huh? And they come in. They came up with Dallas and then when Dallas became a hit As networks do project on and dirty Year. 14 when, when something works. Yep, when we have it into the ground when something works. Bosses drive it, Drive it right right until the car runs out of gas, the network. They wanted anything Dallas related, and they went back to David and said, Hey, What about that show about the coldest sack? Can you make that? A spinoff of Dallas and David Jacobs said. Well, actually, we can make one of the couples this black sheep Ewing brother. Thus knots landing was born. So there we go. Little piece of TV history for you down. Did Collins say that it was because of the content or was he just tired? Yeah, For the sake of the show. I would love to tell you that it was not landing, but I think he was just tired. But I was I was I was laughing hysterically because it was day one of this, and he fell asleep. And I thought to myself the radio gods are shining on me because this makes a great story for the show. But then, but I was bombed because if I I'm being really serious, and I don't know if he knows I? It means so much to me like you don't know the job. I really mean this. You do not know the joy because these two shows air like I'm not joking. I like these. I like Dallas and knots landing Maura than 17% of my relatives. And I on for him to watch this with me on toe. Hopefully, even like the characters like I do. Um, because again, I hate to say it, but not is a better show than Dallas. Um, made means the world So it did kind of crack me up that he fell asleep on day one, but it wasn't his fault. He really was tired it along. So is this gonna go both ways, Jason? Is she going to be able to throw some shows that you Yeah, just watching. I don't know. He I told him this actually started. And maybe all of you out there in radio land, you know there. I told you about this article that I read in the times that said, all of us are watching old shows in mass. I mean, that's all that we're watching because it's taking us back to simpler times. Is the world just sucks Bananas right now. House. Exactly. No, I'm not getting a beautiful house. Um, you know, he went T J F, but no, we can't stand a show. But it started as a conversation of Hey, Why don't you Why don't we watch a show that you loved that I've never seen and then You'll watch a show that I love and he watched the new Dallas with me so Dallas would have been like whatever but not because again, it's better, and I actually think he'll like the characters. Um, I pick not. I'm TBD on what he's going to make me watch Watch. I don't know. I don't know what he maybe he did. Was he into? Well, he's here. I mean, he Oh, no, He's younger than you, but I don't know your siblings. I I don't know what he's going to choose. But I don't know Prince saved by the bell. No, that was no zealous locks. That's Morris. But I don't know, but it just may be out there in radio land. If you're looking for an idea, Empire Slayer? No, I didn't like that either. So anyway, it's just a good idea. Maybe if you're looking for something, you know a nice little challenge, especially if there's a generational divide like there is in my marriage. Um, it's uh, you know, just saying this is a little bit of one, but just thinking this little bit one. Um it's a It's a fun thing, but no, it was. I just cracked up. I'm like, Oh, thank you for following you See, Colin, it'll fill 171 of the show. Oh, yeah. I want to see your list of which not landing episodes to watch because each season is like 45 episodes. Oh, God, I am seriously And how many There's like What? 14 seasons? Wow. God, I love you. I could cry. You, you know you nailed it. No, Listen, I listen. You know if you could tell me how many episodes Because I run that commercial in our classic commercials, I'll be really impressed. How many guests? How many episodes? How many episodes total total. But see 2014 seasons. Yep. And then what? 20 Week. Kenny, how many episodes are generally 28 28 OK, 2014 392. Here we go. After.