15 Burst results for "David Spangler"

"david spangler" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"david spangler" Discussed on Pantheon

"Interestingly to Austin Music Legends Tommy, Hancock and Jimmie. Dale Gilmore were both active in DM At a Young Age David Spangler merged with timeless presence of oneness. or so he says. The supernatural amalgamation as they want to do ended up revealing a whole history of reincarnation and metaphysical techniques. So spangler, no relation to eon set up an institute. Wisconsin called Laurie in association. A BAND! The new troubadours was established to spread the word of Spangler who also fronted the band. They had a couple of loopy folk records in the early seventies climaxing with this great Song Earth seed..

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"david spangler" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"david spangler" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Interestingly to Austin Music Legends Tommy Hancock and Jimmie Dale Gilmore were both active in DM. At a Young Age David Spangler merged with timeless presence of oneness. or so he says. The supernatural amalgamation as they want to do ended up revealing a whole history of reincarnation and metaphysical techniques. So, Spangler, no relation to eon set up an institute. Wisconsin called Laurie in association. A band the new troubadours was established to spread the word of Spangler who also fronted the band? They had a couple of loopy folk records in the early seventies climaxing with this great Song Earth seed..

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"david spangler" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"david spangler" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"David Spangler says there's no way to make up for the lost time. This was going to be a very very lean year. But we're ready. If people out fishing is right now the best it has ever been in the lake ever. That's a real catch to everything else because it's just been fantastic director of the put-in-bay Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau. Peter Houston says. This is the first weekend that the majority of retail restaurant and launching businesses on the island can open between the cleaning and the mass and the social distancing it all the other guy by all of the businesses here are fully embracing that new guidelines. And that you feel comfortable becoming visit. According to the Lake Erie Foundation the eight counties that border the lake tourism-related spending top fifteen billion dollars as of twenty seventeen forty more than one hundred twenty seven thousand jobs. Mary's Sherman Reporting Lake Erie. Tourism organizations are projecting at least a forty percent drop in travel related spending compared to last year finally fighting wildfires in Arizona and across the West is a daunting task in a normal year. But at coronavirus into the mix and emergency officials say they've had to develop a brand new game plan the Arizona Department of Forestry and fire management and the American Red Cross both say in addition to battling flames and sheltering displaced families. They must enforce social distancing provide protective gear and find new ways to safely house evacuees Colin Williams with the Red Cross says providing cots food. Buffet is no longer an option. We're asking people. To present themselves at the Mercy Evacuation Center. We take their temperature. We ask them how we feel and then reach us since. Ins- we ask them what their needs are the US weather service and other agencies are predicting that Arizona and surrounding states will be at higher than normal risk for wildfires. In June July Williams says one of their biggest challenges is to house evacuees in ways that will keep them safe both from the wildfires and the covid nineteen virus we will open up an emergency evacuation center for people can come and find out information. We can then determine what their housing needs are most cases. We can refer people to one of three places to hotel a dormitory or can't tiffany Davila with Arizona. Forestry and Fire Management Says Firefighting crews will be rigorously tested for illness before they're deployed. There'll be issued gear to avoid contamination for public news service. I'm mark Richardson. Have a safer moral day. This is Mike Clifford for public news service. We are member a listener supported era line at new service DOT. Org.

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"david spangler" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"david spangler" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"It must operate under new safety protocols. President of the Lake Erie Charter Boat Association. David Spangler says there's no way to make up for the lost time. This was going to be a very very lean year. But we're ready. If people out the life fishing is right now the best has ever been in the lake ever. That's the real catch to everything else here because it's just been fantastic director of the put-in-bay Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau. Peter Houston says this is the first weekend that the majority of retail restaurant and launching businesses on the island can open between the cleaning the mass and the social distancing and all the other guy by all of the businesses here are fully embracing that new guidelines and that you feel comfortable to come and visit. According to the Lake Erie Foundation and the eight counties that border the lake tourism-related spending top fifteen billion dollars as of two thousand seventeen supporting more than one hundred and twenty seven thousand jobs. Mary Sherman Reporting Sub Lake Erie. Tourism organizations are projecting at least a forty percent drop in travel-related spending compared to last year vilely fighting wildfires in Arizona and across the West is a daunting task in a normal year but add coronavirus into the mix and emergency officials say. They've had to develop a brand new game plan the Arizona Department of Forestry and fire management and the American Red Cross both say in addition to battling flames and sheltering displaced families. They must enforce social distancing provide protective gear and find new ways to safely house evacuees Colin Williams with the Red Cross cysts providing Katsina food. Buffet is no longer an option. We're asking people to present themselves at the center. We take their temperature. We ask them how we feel and then the resistance we ask them with their needs are the US weather service. Blm and other agencies are predicting that Arizona in surrounding states will be at higher than normal risk for wildfires. In May June July Williams says one of their biggest challenges is to house evacuees in ways that will keep them safe both from the wildfires and the covid nineteen virus we will open up an emergency evacuation center for people can come and find out information we can then determine what their housing needs are most cases we can refer people to one of three places to hotel a dormitory or it. Can't tiffany Davila with Arizona? Forestry and Fire Management Says Firefighting crews will be rigorously tested for illness before they're deployed. They'll be issued gear to avoid contamination for public new service. I'm mark Richardson. How Safe Memorial Day? This is my Clifford for public news service. We are member listener supported Emerald Line at Public New Service Award Sheet. Thank you for.

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"david spangler" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"david spangler" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"But he kind of glanced back, and he like, you know, like good, I cut it a knife or something, you know, glancing back like as he was doing out the door kept looking back in like, I was gonna go for his ass or something, you know. Yes. You work USA, man. That's that's cool. Man. I'm talking about Syria story by the Don Spangler. Done Spangler, man. I is this is a real guy. Donald sterling, man. Tell you you don't know that that's Donald sterling he's a guy that dated your sister named Donald. I don't know who all I would say this mystery is yesterday's I was watching the news conference, and I began to refer to him as Donald Spangler. It all started add up go down Stander yesterday was banned for life in the NBA and Spengler and his wife Rochelle Spangler. Maybe that's not even her name. Mrs Spangler, you know, and done Spangler, and this and that and this and that, you know, it all ended up I don't know how that adds up. I really honestly, you know, I could call him. How Guiterrez just gave up ownership of the clippers today. Yeah. You could. Yeah. You could. All right. What would that do? Well, that would take it that we picked investigation different direction. Okay. Well, thank you very much. Dave. We'll we'll be looking into the Don Spangler story. I can tell you sure span gays that is laughing at you. I don't care. I'm continuing investigation. And I will tell you out to you when I get something else. I'll be when I get you get it like you, let the Missouri. Okay. That's fine. I mean, I'm not dismissing out of hand just saying, you don't you don't have anything here, man. We talking about man what I'm talking about is. I know what I'm talking. You. Don't have anything you got nothing. The guy's name is Donald Spangler and Spangler you did it by sister. Just because he dated your sister doesn't mean he. Okay. Forget it man. Just because he. I think I know what you're gonna say general doesn't mean if you date Dave of his sister. You don't automatically own the clippers, right? Well, I don't know. It's interesting. There's there's a left there to pick through mo-. There isn't there's nothing there about David Spangler you up his name apparently, Donald Spangler. Yeah. But they did he is known as Dave Spangler. All right. So here's where we are. Now, we got a guy by the name of Donald sterling owns the clippers, and I'm supposed to believe that his real name or a name that he uses is Dave Spangler, and he is moving ice through North Korea. Right. I sport shirts and cameras, ice, sport shirts and cameras guy. That is worth three billion dollars, well filled out this this how did he Vegas Bill? You got a lot people this guy a slum Lord. Sure, he might have made his money with the real estate. But you don't know it could very well be that that money dried up after that federal lawsuit or head to pay out something like two point nine million fish in the dish. Would you? Please get water. I don't think his real estate empire dried up as the result of that general say that again, I've getting water. I don't think his real estate enterprise is real estate empire dried up as the result of that. Okay. Why are you yelling? I'm right here. Jesus. I don't think. What is it? What you guys don't come creeping in here. Let me know you're you're about to sit down. Well, I like to take a big wide, you turn and go around you and behind you then sit down so I just appear I figure it's better that way. No feels very nervous freaks me out. Now, I forget what I was saying talk about Dave Spangler and how he's been a longtime motoring Ben beat in the bendy bay. The NBA Dave Spangler is doing to get outta here with Dave Spangler..

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"david spangler" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"david spangler" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"You'll bicyc- cly you'll running a algorithm to use a computer you'll starting something chaotic you'll starting something random by rolling a die soul throwing the coins. But the idea is that with the the computer software by clicking. The mouse you doing the same thing you'll starting a kiosk process. You'll starting some kind of randomize -ation algorithm. For example, that I mean, that's how would work online you'll just triggering. So it is the intention to stop the Kyle's ole that's. Native to create the spice for the spiritual dimension to merge, it may very well be. But for me, I feel that even if a computer is a random generator, and we know that it's completely random that. It will you know, to millions of digits or whatever else I still feel that actually provide provides a constraint as opposed to you actually sitting there. And I mean, even though you constrained by how many combinations you can have the coins. This just I feel like the moment that you add something digital to it. It takes something away. And this goes, you know, some of the themes that we've been talking about on the show over the last couple of years of how our society has been influenced by these digital devices. And you know, we hear these stories of shaman saying with disconnecting from the spiritual world, but with that disconnection from the spiritual world, it seems to be, you know, this invest relationship with ou- attachment an increase to digital items. So I feel that this something about it. That's even. If it is creating this kale that it might work to a degree it still providing a barrier to us actually, connecting with that spiritual. It's interesting some people that claim to be out of see into other dimensions have made the statement that the consciousness or entities on the other side have greater difficulty dealing with modern technology than I do with all school geeze. Yes and made products. I think it was David Spangler who was the author of techno elementaries who touched on that as well because he was describing different kinds or an of evolution of entities because of this change in technology, and it was interesting to compare paid as work to spangles work on that techno elementaries plus show we did. Because basically Spangolo was queuing that he he can see into these realms can see these dimensions of existence that that exist any kind of attention from. Creator which is really what paid was talking about. This idea of hacking, creating getting your hands into that spice and making something that extra that intention that full that focus that actually creates an entity in all Spangler argue that they can interact with C N into these entities. Whereas pay to kind of he stopped short again of crossing that line. The the question of the sentence of the creation doesn't really come up the question he's asking. But I'm actually I'm actually more interested in that. I I'm interested in the pay touches on this sense of being this idea of the creation having some kind of sentence. And yes, yeah. I I kind of do prescribe to that pan psychic DEA that the creator is doing more than just creating a sense of being they actually off creating a being in what I Mike. I always find it fascinating. And I'm really pleased that he mentioned the Gullam because over the years, I've always found Gholam of Prague to be a fascinating story. Because it's so is it similar to, you know, the creation of the topa LBJ's signed because it's an actual physical being that's has been given sentence as opposed to being has manifested out of thought. But it's the same kind of underlying concept. I think, but as with the topa this thing eventually got out of control, we create these things we create these censure entities, and they always seem to go out of control. And why is that is it that as human beings wants to break away from our will is at that. Ultimately, the intention even though it might have been good to protect the people of Prague. But ultimately, there's a sinister fullest behind it. That's trying to take over dot. No, just find it fascinating. It gets out of hand. It's such a great engineering lesson, isn't it? It's such a great metaphor the way humans have this Huber..

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"david spangler" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"david spangler" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"It has this echo lock affect the entities that are. Kind of imbued within these objects. They then influence us in this reciprocal way and then it gets worse. So yeah, it actually influences us as he says it kind of shapes out volition in way. So yeah, it really fascinating stuff. I love this idea of the vector of will and that that actually the pal is the initial entity in that creation. And again, the idea. The funny thing is the last couple of chapters of this book. You might be questioning. Well, if all this stuff is real in, you know, there is some kind of intelligence in my coffee machine. How do I go about influencing and the loss three chapters ole instructional? Oh, say for example, he says, when he picks up his coffee mug in the morning. He sends respect to the monk. Oh, you such a great coffee Mogo look how well-designed you. What did you get Todd of doing that? And when you driving your car, you're gonna be like, oh, you'll such a good motivational. Haven't you done a good job today? Well, done well done Ford with your broken crappy transmission. Yes, three times. That's what you go to. You've got to fill your environment with with good intentions with with good thoughts and goodwill, and the entities that a surround you will reciprocate and sent it back. I'm plays at you did that because in the plus extension coming off of this break, I'm going to go into the dock technological future that were approaching with something known as intimate plus. So yes, we have the intent now, yes, we have computers about maybe ten years less than ten years. We're going to enter into world known as internet plus everything you can possibly imagine, including your taste shit is connected to the internet because it's actually cheaper for manufacturers to put chips or whatever else computers into the autumns that it would be to keep them out of them and the terrifying ramifications that actually could have for our society as a whole. The destruction of humanity could only be around the corner that careful dolls in will we'll have been talking about because it's one of those intention. It's about the intention that's being created here. So one of the books. That David Spangler is working on is precisely looking at the technolo- mental that behind. Yeah, I, you know the internet. Okay. Well, that's perfect. That will line up very nicely and all majors all mention that after the break, because there is a section where he tries to send these consciousness through the electrical outlet of home because he wants to get in touch with the the elemental of electricity. Oh, that's a weird thing to do. It doesn't go well. As imagine, shocking shortening revelries coming up plus extension. If you want to get access to that hit mysterious universal full.

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"david spangler" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"david spangler" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"Backward David Spangler, techno elemental. Terrible, horrible. You can't put a crash Siebel in a full loop. Aaron, come on. I didn't know that well, they go every day as all saying before the break, you've go to go deep and what he looks for. He calls the Goldilocks zone. See, you know how we have this concept of the habitable zone. It's the distance from our sun will the distance from a stall where it's woman off not to call. You know, not too hard. It's perfect. It's the perfect place for life to exist. So this is kind of kind of what he's looking for in these subtle dimensions, and he goes into how all self organizing systems have this Goldilocks zone, which actually ties into intriguing new developments in philosophy, and even the physics understanding of the intelligence of plants for example, yes, there's this new understanding that the cell focusing systems may be old as needed for consciousness to exist. That's at least where we are the counting edge of Al in modern science. But he then talks about the concept of identity and how this creates have boundary of some nature that separates at. Self from the flow of energy around it. Now that sounds super airy-fairy and confusing. But he uses an analogy to try and explain this bed with me. He says, imagine a river and as it flows a branch lies across the river Bank and dips into the water and where dips into the river eight impedes the flow of the river. So the water becomes turbulent in the area around the branch and eighty will form and the Eddie is shape. It's a, it's a presence that assists, even though the water is flowing around as long as the branches there. This manipulation, this eighty in the flow of the river will bay the same as he examines his sofa and goes into a deeper perception. He starts to come across this patent. Now he says, this is where he experiences the sofa as something living. It's not in a biological way, but it's a unique configuration of sentence. He says. Is now back to the the metaphor of the river. So the branch that's in the water that's in the river, that's creating this Eddie. You know, the energy flowing around it the the branch in this instance, is the human imagination that created the sofa. So whoever was the designer came up with the the drawings of the plans for the sofa. Yeah. Does that make sense? Yeah, I get that. He says this creative imagination foams a framework of intent around which energy begins to organize itself. It provides the matrix for a patent of living energy to Tyke foam associated with the physical form of the sofa. I kind of get it, but it's like the design a- obviously didn't have intention to create life. It was just simply or was just as awning a allowance or sofa, but somehow that has in another dimension created a foam. Yeah. The access to kind of the Spock I find this. I thought that was such an amazing metaphor to us, and I think this is so fundamental to this topic and and it's so interesting to hear it explained this way because we've been trying to understand the connection between Al forts, our will, and our intention and the, you know, the designer or the creator, or the oddest and the metaphysical Nitra of their creation. Whilst the relationship, what's the connection will the way his explaining it is that that will, and that intention becomes the structure around which consciousness in life develop. It's no different to the creation of topa which will only just recently talking about is possible that you are creating. I mean, obviously someone who's thinking about creating topa they're not creating anything that's physical and yet somehow manifest in the physical, but maybe it applies to anything. Anything that you imagine what you'll brain of. Sorry with your mind is probably a better way to describe it. Anything you imagine with your mind does create something tangible. In other reality and this has far reaching ramifications. When you think about things like bias Intrum. Yeah, because it's like you are creating the reality you'll brain you'll mind creates. You'll consciousness creates reality on so many different levels that you can't even see. I love this line where he says, the mind creates the matrix for patent of living energy to take full, and he says, look, when he looks at this energetic shape this consciousness of the sofa, it's not terribly complex. It's not flexible..

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"david spangler" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"david spangler" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"So I see the, I guess, the basic premise of it and why potentially could work. And she says more research going into this kind of stuff in different places around the world. I think Canada's looking at implementing this and nothing homes, and that's a good example like nursing homes, because if you're someone who has low mobility in your -ly, maybe you're only Goto three or four rooms every day. Yes, you will pretty coffee place. And the whole imagine how drab some of those places are. So he's the point that kind of propelled me into where we're eventually going to go, which is the idea of techno elemental 's. She said that we normally think about surroundings as inert as lifeless containers. But she said, all the research on sensation makes me start to see why are Akhara and gins these wacky artists they, they viewed the home and the inhabitant as a living entity. They called it the architecture body. This is almost like an architectural form of embracing pen sarcasm in a way. I don't know how much they. They believed in that in amid a physical way, but that was their thinking that it's the homes viewed as an entity and your part of that entity. Now, this ties into the concept of objects being. In habitant by spirits that we know from, you know, Japanese Japanese folklore, but there may be something more to this idea which we've touched on previous shows. But I realized that this, this new book from David Spangler techno elemental was precisely about this. But before we move onto that, I'll just leave you with something that the author from joyful Ingrid, federal Lee said after she spent just one day in this crazy apartment in Japan, she went back to her business hotel room in Tokyo, and she thought that she would go back there and just be, you know, kind of bogged down by the boring lines and the Brown cop it and the, you know, boring leather chair in the corner. But she said she turned the key and she walked in there. Everything came alive like the her is coat every sliver sliver of light and shade. She said, if tips were kind of. Enlivened by every region farro the the bug indeed shed in just looked magical for some reason the with sunlight streaming over. It's like suspending a, not in the wacky room. It revitalize to send. Yeah, it's like senses got Gracie boost, and she said it losted a couple of days like every everything about the environments she was going into joss felt kind of different and magical in a way. It's such a cool concept, but it makes me wonder if because I guess not that I've ever experienced it. But when you're in locations, have you bright colors and that kind of stuff. Sometimes it can be a little bit of a whelming. So I wonder if there's a set period of time because you yourself just said that, you know, I'm not gonna stay Molin you know a few days. How long could someone in this location? Because obviously it's going to get to a point where you know your muscles are uncomfortable because you balancing all the, I guess, unless you just adjust to it. Look, I think there's something to the the science behind the. Influence the environment has on Al Al minds and biology is absolutely something to that. That's real intangible. However, I will say that these artists in the vein of, you know, close more than more than on lunatics and the stuff they create is hideous and ugly and the the combination of colors there in the apartments. Yes, it's bright and stimulating, but go is an evil. Yeah. It's like someone has thrown up. Yeah, I don't know like a clown. It's like a mass clown suicide. In a room and I just didn't clean up. That's that's actually very accurate way describing all linked to their reversible destiny foundation in the Shona. It's if you want to check out some of the audit, you'll realize what I'm talking about because they, they're in the, for example, the entire year of nineteen sixty five. The artwork was focused on drawing choose. Culture, at least. And then in. And then in nineteen sixty seven, they worked on this pace cold landscape and they literally wrote on a wall align is crack and then drew a line under it..

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"david spangler" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"david spangler" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"Which gave me the perfect excuse to create a bunch of techno loops. Oh, this is yours. German loops. Brilliant righted by me. David Spangler is for a long time. He was working with the find horn institute in Scotland. And if you remember on plus show, we covered this long tail of this community that started around the garden in Scotland, and the garden became incredibly successful because the owners and the curator of the garden would work directly with the elemental spirits of the plants and the land. Yes. And this kind of ties in with like the the Icelandic traditions of where you build roads you work with the mental show, respect to these these entities. So they claim that they will dealing with the element of the elemental consciousness of pumpkins, and I would communicate with your territory king. No, this isn't related title king, but it did. We didn't reference the potato king. When we spoke about that story. Because it was it was the same idea that was an intelligence behind nature and h plant that would growing. They would commune with it because each of them had some kind of sock ability, and I would get instructions on where to plant things, how attend to the God and how to send a tickle thought to sit in pots of their land to create an effect. And it just drew crowds from all around the world because growing giant vegetables. I mean, the things were absolutely insane. I'll see if I can linked to some photos in the show nuts and they're still going today. So one of the members of the organizations was David Spangler and this book techno elemental, I want to lead into this because we have to set up this concept that objects may have an intelligence hands like is that's why I had this tagline at the start of the show that you'll sofa as a psychic velcro to it, which leads to the scary idea that you'll sofa has some kind of conscious. Snus and knows a lot about you. I feel really sorry for some sofas out there. There must be some terrible porn costing catches must be terrible out, just speak about being tracked. You feel violated knowing that you'll. So if you're in a single done, anything Batum us. I first fires of a web, but I don't feel so bad. Well, we'll have to find out the the book that got me into this was a new one from Ingrid federally just came out as called joyful, surprising power of ordinary things to create extraordinary happiness, and she comments on how today there's a trend to find calm and balanced.

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"david spangler" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"david spangler" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"Happening here in Austria. Recently one about magic zipper, a new appreciation. Sorry, supermarket outlets Woolworth's and I've got this Woolworth's rewards kind of thing. And basically, you know, as long as you swap cod, every time he checkout, you'll get points towards, you know, maybe they'll give you a twain about your at some point if you discounts and that of stuff, which you'll seems like it's fantastic, but it's all so that can monitor these huge transactional data bases. So that can map at flaws for their stores and that kind of stuff. But what happened recently is that it was actually hacked that was I massive, massive hack, and everyone who would sign up and given that personal information on that was then exposed. And then of course, this is the problem is about the whole point about kill hia. Also, I click you to kill. Everybody is about is the fact that there was just a mass of data being created about you right now. And unfortunately, privacy is now gone. Anyone who wants to with enough motivation. You don't even need the technical, no hell will be able to obtain that information. Credit card numbers birthdates when you're likely to shower in the afternoon when you go to poop and there's also how to work if you're a morning or if you're an evening pupa then they'll Assan different types of insurance to you. Same as what you were talking about with the fennel just absolute madness when it all comes down to the amount of Dada that they collecting from everything you do that we using the examples of one of these UK supermarket chains in the book because this famous story from WalMart, remember when a father stormed into WalMart, and he complained that the company was trying to normalize teenage pregnancy because his daughter, he's sixteen year old daughter was getting pamphlets in the mail, avatar. Housing, you know, nappies and bottles moisturizing cream for stretch marks. She was getting all this stuff. He was angry and they kind of apologized at first and they called him back to apologize. Say sorry, they must be something wrong with the data, but then he actually apologized on the fine and said, look, I've realized that off to speak to my daughter, that there was some things going on in my home that I wasn't aware of and she's ju- in August. So the out go, that's famous story that the algorithm could tell vice on purchases that she was pregnant before her parents knew. So that's where it gets creepy in the head. All these examples where the policy of the account, remember the name of those particular supermarket chain in the UK their policy was when it crosses over that creepy line. 'cause another case where an angry wife came in and she said, you know, I'm, I'm getting all these ads and recommendations for condoms. She's like on black. Uh-huh. I'm on birth control, and my husband's certainly not buying condoms 'cause he wouldn't shade on me. And so the official s- position of the supermarket, I always say all sorry, there's an era in algorithm Wiggins the data, but every single time, this north, an era in the algorithm, it's because husband was chasing on her and he was buying condoms using their what's. Oh, wow, but that's the, that's the policy just always delete earned and say, all sorry, there's an issue. Well, it's coming down to this whole idea of the moment of opt out is actually this real sort of movement behind this whole concept of opt out opt out of these things start get involved in them. But the point that's been made by Bouchon in clicky to kill everybody is that you can't up dad anymore. No matter what you do. You don't have to be able to track everything even down to components are in your mobile phone, that able to listen to your conversations and it's not the microphone which will explain let glad you going on technology for positive tension coming up because for the fray section. Of this show. I wanna talk about a new book from David Spangler cold, techno elemental..

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"david spangler" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

09:54 min | 3 years ago

"david spangler" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Server Mark you were just marveling at the fact that we're over one hundred people apparently logged into our discord server chatting away. Right now I don't know if all hundred, or chitchatting but they're. Logged in there's lurker. Is right like people probably the majority of them don't actually participate, in reading but there there and there are people talking about. Various topics we got different, chat rooms not just, about free, talk live but there's one for. Crypto currency there's one for gaming talk about New Hampshire stuff going. On here so Jesse who is just on the line with us on discord with has been posting pictures from his traveling as he's been going around New Hampshire So check it out over discord dot dot FM that's discord dot. L. r. end on FM as we go to the phones to the fun let's start with rusty in woodville Texas rusty you're on free talk live Yeah Aware that John McCain passed? Away Two hours I wanted to get your perspective on it I'm going to go out on a limb and make a prediction that whoever it is that, replaces John. McCain will also be a scum sucking politician Yeah My thoughts on, it you? Know The power you guys were. Both talking, over one another rusty. Go ahead Yeah hopefully the replacement, is such a warmonger and obstructionist McCain did vote against the, repeal ObamaCare and then there's a reason he's lauded by the. Liberal laughter Thing the Republican, are, they I hate to bash the guy when he's got gotta down with us anymore but, here he has a record you know there's some things that Don't square, with me but earlier. In the show earlier in the show I was talking about my relationships with. People and how I try to. Value things, like truth honesty Justice Piece personal responsibility above personal relationships that I, made I know you but the first thing I'm gonna do. Is make sure that you're you know you're telling the truth on things and if you're telling the truth, and well we can start having a conversation when it comes to politicians I don't. Care if they've just died if they've been dead for one hundred years or you know they they killed themselves in some remote place. In Germany with a shot to the head I don't care what they what. They did in their lives that I'm. Going, to look, at it. And I'm going to talk about. So I'm sure, John McCain was a was a great guy who has kids I'm sure that his. Wife loved him oh you know all those I don't, know anything about that, I'm just saying I'm sure. Because the kind of thing you say about somebody. Before he has Basham but I mean when, he when he went into politics he's he's pretty authoritarian a didn't seem to love the didn't seem to find a worry didn't love and the, reason, I I didn't vote for him and the twenty, two thousand eight election, was because he said bam. Bam bam bam bam bam leeann six and that. Was enough for me Rusty thank you for your call tonight I appreciate, it, let's, talk, to, James. He's. Traveling through. Wyoming James on free talk live I just want to thank you for what you do amazing often you know the baby discuss any kind of topic I just wanted to quickly tell you. That dictionary dot com defines please stay the nation whose rules maintain order and. Obedience by the threat of police or military force what. Am American police doing now killing. What four to. Five Americans a day. I think that my. Come under a police state Well it sounds like any any. Country. Would, be a police state by that definition I mean. Ultimately state is an organization the claims of monopoly privileged on the use of violence given landmass so if you don't follow whatever the rules are they're going to send. Somebody after you that person's likely to be called a police officer and that. Ultimately ultimately the state claiming monopoly makes it authorisation Absolutely and I'm just passing through a town called. Rawlins Wyoming is on eighty and I just went, up as I'm going through towns and it looks like the police they're killing me Collins who was allegedly, selling marijuana from a convenience store parking lot The AP describes the witnesses saying he was shot execution style Oh my God John's each was, from. Fort Collins Colorado so the cops killed some dude overselling some. Weed in this Wailing allegedly allegedly yeah of course not. Alleged. That the cops killed, him but it's, alleged that he was, selling weed is what you're saying absolutely in. The county attorney of course room, the shooter was justified but Has, found lawsuits so, you know there's hope, there I just want. To thank. You guys again for what you. Do. Welcome games. Understand what. A service you doing James. Thank you drive. Safe thanks for the call tonight I appreciate it let's. Continue my. Dog Rex on the line in. Florida my dog, Rex go ahead Thank you guys let. Me. And I. Want to. Direct you to Clint Richardson. Wrote a blog. Debunking education exposing syndicate and what's not what's the Senate. Syndicate is. The, school system Okay From David Spangler director of Kerry initiative for the United. Nations Said. Wrote no one will enter the new world order last year she will make it pledge worship Lucifer Talking, about the pledge of allegiance pledge they sure. Tea or. A bail could also be is here Herb middle English risk the loss of or the danger or Plight I'm lost here I don't know if it's. Because the phone was kind. Of cutting out a little bit you're saying. A pledge assuredly that's one of the, definitions of, a pledge and then, what shirt t. bail guarantee a, responsibility The risk of loss, or danger Pledge for schools The pledges appraised Singh As opposed to religion too Patriotdetroit pledging your heart and your soul of your body The? States in service of. The, idea of the government right so it's a training I, I look at it as a training for future soldiers our future Bon ridden mind-numbed robot spike Rush Limbaugh would, say trading Children as. Young winter. A very influential, impressionable Two It's pretty. Obvious I, mean that's pretty clear if you're gonna take six, kindergarteners the five year olds and start making them say this little prayer to a to an. Icon, essentially you're trying to achieve something, like what are you trying to achieve and brainwashing that this is not a form of. Brainwashing this is not a form of brainwashing brainwashing as you repeat the same thing the same thing over and over and over. Again and then ultimately people will defend it, themselves then you don't need to defend. It any long been happening all night, tonight? Right that's what's going. On and to, me, I I'm with the with the Amish and Mennonites and the wrists and the Quakers when they say that this is to me is called sky. Com it's an icon for a false, Scott that there's only one entity to whom I will pledge, allegiance and I cannot pledge allegiance to. Two so don't Ask me to pledge allegiance to your God thanks thank you my dog Rex for the call tonight appreciate it let's talk to Michael in Virginia. Beach listening to w an IS Hello, Michael Hello listen you're off the air here and I would, love to hear your response hanging talk. To you Talk to you right now, your way too, loud it's probably not your fault there may. Be. Something on the? Board that. Needs to get tweet down but or you. Can, back later that phone. One or one or the. Other you. Can back way way away from your, phone your child k how. Got, now. Got. Better, not much better but maybe back further away and then try okay how about that go ahead All right Where you're off your ears here at the w. n. i. s. I'm calling from. Beginning beach I would like teach year the two of you respond to my comments. And questions so please don't hang up as you. Normally do One minute time you don't even have a minute you got twenty. Seconds okay well I'm waiting for two and a half hours to say this. I believe that the bible is true and reliable, when it says that Jesus Christ is. The messiah of Israel who will rule the world was, Iraq I think that's what the two of you in a whole lot of trouble I want, to know more about what you're saying but we don't, have time for tonight so if you want to call in tomorrow or Monday you don't have. To call when we're live on WCBS. Because we're only there on Saturday nights feel free to call..

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"david spangler" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"david spangler" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"The golf course and that's i think it'll back in my day my putting is getting much better my short game is still really pretty good but back in the day didn't matter you know look at david spangler in our saxon dave headed all over the world was a great ball striker could hit it really solid hit it all over the world but got up and down from everywhere and at some point you just throw your hands up and you're like i can't beat this guy gets up and down from everywhere and that's weird because like this last week and we had a ryder cup event at our place and i felt completely opposite i was playing to guys like playing to fruit chews there was no avenue for escape you had to make those miraculous get up and downs and things just a scratch out on the whole because they were hitting in the center of the fairway senator the green two putts and to me because i'm not the great ball striker but i consider myself a very good potter i felt like i was having to make twelve and fifteen footers just to have holes and stand a chance so i almost feel the opposite because i'm burned by that guy like because i'm used to looking at fruits all the time gone kind is born can he just like house rocket one just one time hit it over to green or come up like to clubs short or something i mean do something now the owner it's boring and it's tough to play that opponent did just the opposite of michael where where's you down from being consistent fruits apparently europe you're boring opponent you don't mind being barring opponent that way do you know but i've changed because when i was back when i could play the game i wasn't the greatest ballstriker a long way but it wasn't always work with wanted input what i could get it up and down like we were talking about like spangler where i was i was very good getting it up and down ren green and now i hit the ball way better than i used to i don't hit it near as long obviously but more solidly than i used to but i just don't make as many putts anymore you know it's an interesting dynamic to that is that guys that are really good at a writer on the greens getting up and down one of the reasons that really good is because they're in the situation a lot seriously you practice and you begin to the whole imagination side of his oh i remember when i similarly i missed a lot of greens i know where i speak to put a a decent number on a scorecard so let's talk about tiger michael i in this one he shot around sixty five and sixty six five hundred and four hundred respectively in two of the four rounds of this turnament i've been saying that once he demonstrates the ability to go low then he's competitive again is he crossed that line yeah he's getting he's getting much closer for sure a just getting into red numbers and shooting in the sixties is just getting more confidence every single day he stills kinda stutters a little bit in the beginning.

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"david spangler" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"david spangler" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"You know don't champ here go back and camp underneath the bridge and that's led to altercations what happens after they cleaned it out as you described that people just come back again yes they re accumulate pretty quickly as a matter of fact like i said it's been about two weeks and already there's broken glass and i mean in orange county when they finally cleared out riverbed down there the officers came to patrol the area so that no one was allowed back in they put up signs saying that's it you can't can't overnight that that has to be part of it and i i why will have anything like that now they actually at one point they were actually hooked up to the electricity as well they had lines running underneath the bridge and then the dwp came in and fix the power lines but they just kinda let them accumulates over and over again i don't see any guards or anything like that this is david spangler who was arrested in mecca you said before that he lived in hollywood and he's seen the share of homeless and drug issues but he says that this la river bike path which winds its way through that area when etqa receive up there in the in the valley we're talking about an area west of the four zero five freeway north of the one on one freeway to give you an idea of where we're talking about it's really been t i mean you heard him describe it and just take an over time especially any homeless people but really blatant drug use and aggressive scott to be propped fortyseven triggered this yeah.

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"david spangler" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"david spangler" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"John and ken show john kobylt and ken chiampou kfi am six forty new to the website the voter guide for the june fifth twenty eighteen primary vote voters yours kfi am six forty dot com the john and ken page who go over it a bit in about an hour on the show to bring everybody up to date it's it's the statewide we've picked all the propositions prolonged with the statewide the beja racist statewide and then also by the way i guess we should have put up john whatever you do don't vote for kevin dilly own for us senate what you had there should be some absolute no vote no sanctuary vote yeah nothing for kevin de leon i right the toilet on on that run probably is find bags gonna get another six years likely but anyway we'll go through it all in about an hour here on the show we are going to talk with david spangler in just a moment david spangler lives in winnetka in the valley and he was featured in an article in the la times there are various people upset with the l a riverbed there's a there there there's the vagrants all over the place thanks loved their riverbed we've found that inventory we found that in santa ana and here we go with l a and the valley and there's a lot of sites to the riverbed but this one is well there's receipt a receipt of when that whole area in canoga park there's a there's a bike path in receipt along the riverbed that opened about six years ago and it was supposed to be a family place where you could walk or bike ride but now everybody's afraid to go out they don't want their children riding bikes alone because of all the vagrants in the crazy transients david spangler says about three years ago it was beautiful now there's junkies everywhere there's a neighborhood group they call it self receipt as river walkers that have organized and his banging on city hall in the local councilmen bob blumenfeld to do something about it let's get david spangler on and see what he sees david how are you today sir good fine well what was what was this bike path like three years ago and compare it to what you see today i'm actually from hollywood so i've seen a lot of things and i'm not really a.

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