19 Burst results for "Duchesne"

"duchesne" Discussed on Breakdown 2 Lowdown

Breakdown 2 Lowdown

05:21 min | 6 months ago

"duchesne" Discussed on Breakdown 2 Lowdown

"Our word or i'm trying to say i think that it is going to be an aspect of storytelling. Some people are already saying. I hate when they say this only owned all conyers backward the snippets that they've heard so yeah. Of course that builds the anticipation. Like i wanna hear like what. What is he going to say about this. I saw the necklaces. His children's name. This where people are forgetting. This is connie now father of four so is a different. Yes now for the whole world. He was like they had a whole lot of kids. Godfather i'm happy. He is his life now. The the only thing. I feel filet. His best album was My door beautiful two-seat fantasy and that's when the shit happened with 'em rose to whenever some weird. She happened in his life. that's when he drives the best project so most musicians are give. I might it a chance. Hugh my you're going to pump rotten soul. Yeah i need something to talk about me. Only his king was terrible for me. I feel like the android good projects project installation pump. Beyond i didn't i didn't hate eases uses was actually duchesne was head of his time. It's still ahead. Because some of it. I listened to it still. Don't make sense of the sound of jesus does sound right now. Trust me right. Simple beeped right movement over only to see that. But i get it but now it's like okay that that that makes the best type of music and connie knows what he's doing like musically anywhere else in his life musically. He knows what he's doing..

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Interview With Arthur Breitman Of Tezos Foundation

Bitcoin Radio

01:44 min | 10 months ago

Interview With Arthur Breitman Of Tezos Foundation

"I welcome back to reimagine in january. Twenty twenty one years until we made it through two thousand twenty guys good works everyone's and so in keeping witness teams of this year. I've crusty old and bring you the best most intelligent most important most influential voices in the space today. I suddenly live up to that. Promise being joined by author. Brightman co fan of tesla's in one of the romanovs crypto founders and things in the space of the best performers exempt. Today's hey thanks for having absolute pleasure all right. I like to kick things off at the start of a year. A theoretically depending on how you count a decade in some people's minds is a good time to be speculative but also a little bit introspective apps. So honest conversation by asking. You all know you know what e general what's keeping you nuts caffeine mostly and beyond the chemical chemical duchesne's now i pretty well but I would say. I worry about could be crisis On the one hand we have a vaccine which was built in just a couple of days with no live simple as virus just data on the internet and nasa triumph of science medicine. And once you would have expected. In a sane world is challenged and media distribution and themselves that there's been an approval process going on since every and even then even after old awaits the distribution is completely screwed up and i think it's kind of like peelings. Avail on our halloween. Effective garments can Doing anything

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"duchesne" Discussed on LoopPraat - D Nederlandse Podcast over Hardlopen

LoopPraat - D Nederlandse Podcast over Hardlopen

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"duchesne" Discussed on LoopPraat - D Nederlandse Podcast over Hardlopen

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"duchesne" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"duchesne" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"His accidentally leaked Dick. PIC wants you to do one thing. And Madonna's going to co write direct and probably star in her own bio pic I. Wonder what kind of Oscar she'll win I'm foul for Nas I'm mark billion, and this is feast of fun. Hello Hi is this Rachel, Hall into she the one unknowingly. The Queen of the hood. Books. Cow Me. You. Have a fabulous new podcast, the hood novel Clo Yes Sir Book Club that is me a raw offer Duchesne came what makes it a hood novel? It is books that are typically by authors and they're like the books that you would sign anthanetis ever use the findings when you go to Walmart where they used to have a book section, they'd be like the books that you will find at Walmart and they would have like the weird almost like. Looking covers. that..

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"duchesne" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"duchesne" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"His accidentally leaked Dick Pic wants you to do one thing. And Madonna's going to co write direct and probably star in her own bio pic I. Wonder what kind of Oscar she'll win I'm foul for Nas I'm mark billion and this is feast of fun. Hello Hi is this Rachel Hall into she. WanNa. Know. The. Queen of the hood. Cow Me. You have a fabulous new podcast, the hood novel Clo Yes Sir Book Club. That is me a raw offer, Duchesne I just came. What makes it a hood novel? It is books that are typically by authors and they're like the books that you would sign anthanetis ever use the findings when you go to Walmart where they used to have a book section, they'd be like the books that you will find at Walmart and they would have like the weird almost like. LOOKING COVERS that..

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"duchesne" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"duchesne" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Dick PIC wants you to do one thing. And Madonna's going to co write direct and probably star in her own bio pic I wonder what kind of Oscar she'll win I'm foul for Nas I'm mark billion and this is Feast of Fun Hello Hi is this Rachel Hall into. She WanNa know. The Queen of the hood. Cow Me. You have a fabulous new podcast, the hood novel Clo Yes Sir Book. Club. That is me a raw offer Duchesne came what makes it a hood novel? It is books that are typically by black authors and they're like the books that you would sign anthanetis ever use the findings when you go to Walmart where they used to have a book section, they'd be like the books that you will find at Walmart and they would have like the weird almost like. Looking covers. that. So.

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"duchesne" Discussed on Mason Vera Paine

Mason Vera Paine

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"duchesne" Discussed on Mason Vera Paine

"In the economy right now, so that money is not going with staying there, so the opportunities for business just bounce back and make a lot Of Of money are there, but it's GonNa? Take perfect credit now. It's funny. I wanted to do this so much because I was in debt, but I think the beginning of the year I was at least forty thousand dollars in debt just from route credit cards, just loans I took out trying to invest reinvest myself my businesses and right now is the perfect time you're. Out. Of It is it is it is absolutely? Will. Even like some of the companies are offering settlements. Principle Duchesne because they understand this is a long term problem, so they'll take anything making it from any commitment I. Mean Forget about it now is the time to do it. Everybody's got it. Everybody's got credits absolutely I've been telling this to my mother because she has a lot of credit cards with like macy's marshalls. Sears Kohl's I'm like mom. You could settle, and you don't have to pay the whole bill. You can settle close the credit card, and you can sit there and say covert affected you and boom. You don't. It doesn't have to have a big impact on your credit score. Bumble my relatives. Some of my older will to they're like. You know that don't sound right. The banks and the creditors do not lose because they have programs. Okay, through cares act, and there's a continuing to the IRS Predator deduction so anytime that you can't pay. The government steps in and pays that Dick Forty. That's why we call Uncle Sam. Because he's your rich relatives. Have pays all the bills. Pay. You gotta you because ultimately it's in the government's best interest that you'll be. Get Free and have good credit because we need you to buy houses and cars slow as you're buying houses and cars, the the economy is vibrant. Buying houses and cars economy shuts down and there's no pretty body. So you have to have good credit and have minimum debt, not that frequent the minimum debt so that you buy some more callers by some houses. Refinance Your House. That is what drives our economy and it's funny. That's what I was gonNA. Do once I get my My debt a little bit lower I wanted to get a car loosened. The car industry is dying, which you can't imagine how many John UH industries are tied to the car, so if if that doesn't pick up, that sector doesn't pick up. WE'RE GONNA be in trouble forever. I mean. We gotta buy a formula that that's the capitalist system that we live in. You have to buy houses. Of course nothing else really mattered. They matter a little bit. But houses and cars drive everything in this country. It's true. I mean the steel industry. Then we have oil that goes into the cars because you know. Oil is plastic last nationally. All my goodness everything is is card all the job I mean if the economy you know if Detroit sales and they start laying people off if masks, it's going to affect every single thing now. How long did it take to do this book? I mean it looks I mean everything you've touched was spot on that. I've been doing personally and I was so shocked to see it in book form actually I did it very quickly and like two weeks because I wanted to get it out very quickly, so did it could help people right now, because once they Officially Officially say that the company countries reopened in cove. It is on the down. It's GonNa. Shut Down Bill's provisions so I need people to like right now, so you can. You've Laden on five? Your last flight of car payments still apply for hardship program and don't get your car repossessed. Don't get victim or don't go into foreclosure. You still have time, but I think in the next couple once they're gonNA. Shut it down. What do you think Kovin is GonNa do permanent damage to like the credit card industry anything at all, or is it just gonNA bounce back well. I don't think there's never be permanent damage because the government will always step in and preserve certain industry. But right now like I know a lot of credit card. Companies are reacting to the high default rate. So they are lowering your credit lines and lines your credit limits or getting lowered and again that is very avoidable so realistically for people with good credit. If you've seen your credit, limits decrease. If you call that creditor back up and say hey you. I would like to go auto bill paid. They will put you back in two to reinstate your credit limit, so you want to make sure your automatic bill pay I mean I do that across the board anyway, and that protects me from those kinds of things, but for those people who haven't done that. That is a good way to encourage the creditor to reinstate. You're one of credit now. Covid nineteen for me personally when it comes to finances. It opened my eyes to show me how much I was on a tightrope. How easily it was for me to. Fall into this land of debt, or to continue straight forward, and I could get myself out of it. I didn't realize how close I was to that polluted a study in two thousand seventeen, and they said that sixty percent of Americans can't put their hands on five hundred dollars sixty percent. That is very scary. That is scary to live in that world. You know so. They're saying now Kobe. Thank nineteen is driving people. You know not to lower middle class into poverty. Homelessness everybody's skier. You know everybody's GonNa. Be Homeless. I mean this this. This is a very bad situation. Not being put your hands on five hundred dollars is not a good scenario to begin, and unfortunately sixty percent of Americans meet that qualification. Now, what can you do to Nappy in that situation? Because what it is, you're living. Check by check. Your to your credit is a tool. It's an investment tool so what we teach to groups and organizations you know and individuals mostly with small business people you have to turn your credit into money so that you can use it for investment so investment being real estate normally for most of our clients or starting a business, so even if you have gainful employment and you have a Great Great job making great money, still ship be starting in America everybody's. You know what some type of business on the side you're only second job or part time income should always be your own business, and not as wiz credit comes in. You know you have good personal credit. You should then translate that into business credit so once you have good personal credit. The next thing is to have good business credit. Use Your Business Credit to access capital in the business name, and even if you're unsuccessful. Now dies with the business. You don't take you down. which personally a lot of my small business clients started out choosing putting everything for business in their personal names, so if business has castle issue, destroy your credit, and that is not a favorable situation. That was my first business. That was my first mistake. Everybody every listen. That's why ninety percent of small

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"duchesne" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

1150 AM KKNW

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"duchesne" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

"That single you see it in here on the team that a championship Betty laut in Brian Chow the attendant Linda who should do a young witch hunt your session okay eating foods will conclude annually she wanna go wait she jumbotron to good means we had said she she she was teaching digger four five and it's in him the same shooting hi it's sort of Freetown sound should the fame he said come in contents using council's wish with it good on the some five I DO you shoot them to your own Dino please jeep with at the outset the mentally Duchesne good thank U. S. element out there yet yet though he John would turn your look and she needed now let's see there was a cockroach is he in when the T. dollar to make with a click on a term sheet from which hung in the air and Seattle yet she got that from she eighteen guy from which DDH issue mills will issue we just are you open to a term which of those H. with him all right I'm Jill Jill shot show that she and I wish him well we sent you though that you should nice here too much you gonna use in one easy C. S. with Edward Jones sometimes the young you're using one so many cities in all many Chinatown only a few that they must youth thriving and others probably doing the tongue roads so do you know which of those channels are still thriving and if there's any possibility that's that's set of Chinatown will be one of them well I know that Chicago's Chinatown is growing and is it a large movement.

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"duchesne" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"duchesne" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"That's the number for that. We will be back in a moment after the break to take your phone calls and next hour as well later on in the program tonight, alien of Duchesne's with Yvan Smith. So get ready for that many people need think you've helped beyond just on the radio. I mean face-to-face. Oh, definitely. Millions in the millions are we have offices in educational facilities in fifty countries, run the stock market, and I really through our tools, you know, CD's DVD's books thumb drives and media thing, vents, live events, and we're, we're trying to keep up with you. Luck. I know Enzi called many said, how can we get docked to do some streaming on television? So he doesn't have to travel all over the country all the time. Well ever leveraging time. That's, that's we see millions every hour all through the world whenever you do that let us know will let people know how to find, you know, your information is just superb. And I gotta tell you no matter where I go these days, it could be a UFO oven. Not a health related event, people come up to me thanking me for you, because you help them, it's remarkable. Well, we appreciate our fellowship. And you know, we must be twins because they have the same birthday, aren't you a little older than me? I think so. I think I'm older than you. We're going to be back in a moment with doc wallet and your calls on coast to coast. The coast website is now conveniently.

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"duchesne" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"duchesne" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Anyway, we'll have a good time. We hope that you'll join me for sure currently we are with Travis Walton. We're talking with him tonight in the next coming hours. We'll take your questions so be ready with that. So Travis Walton the incident, the book the documentary, the witnesses the movies. You've got all sorts of things, and you are gone constantly. I love the fact that you have a guest book on your website. I got to sign that the other day that was really neat. That was fun to do. So we were talking about right? It was a really good point to stop on because I know it matters a lot about what happened here when you went into the ship, and you got back and the way you used to think about it a long time ago. And now the way you think about what happened. I know at one point, it was kind of in a way that was negative. And now it's completely changed. Can you tell me? Yeah. You tell me about. A gradual process but the whole idea of them firing a weapon at me. You know, a necessarily powerful just didn't make any sense. I was obviously no threat to them, couldn't imagine. They would think so was the weapon the beam of light that hit you. Well. In recent years. I've I discovered that this beam was not a weapon it was probably an accident. You were running up to it. Correct. That's true. But the monkey on rim area. There, I found out is has the second highest frequency of lightning strikes of any place in the entire United States. Interesting, only one with more would be the Florida Everglades, and most of that leg is striking the water. So it was unique. And it was it was the clue that led me to figure out what they were doing there. I think the ship creates a magnetic field that triggered one of these lightning strikes. And I was the secondary discharge. And they were the only ones with the technology. The ability to save me. The nearest hospital was an hour away in either direction. None of the crew even knew CPR. And so it was actually more of a rescue more of an ambulance call than Duchesne.

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"duchesne" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"duchesne" Discussed on 710 WOR

"So, so that's a very critical. If you're going through divorce, what you just said, is so vitally important for people because, you know, at the time is divorced. It's very emotional. Especially if there's kids in, you know, your life is torn apart, the person that was your best friend is now your worst enemy, you're fighting. And now maybe you have to have the mid-year struggling a little bit with the two incomes. Now you have to households. There's one income per person in money's going out, and you really really, really need somebody to do just what you said. Because as an attorney, I've seen a lot of times, where people are so busy fighting over the kids, fighting over other things that they forget about the finances, and then they literally can't live and it's just horrible. So these are very, very, very important considerations. Now that's crucial. So we have an another question on miscellaneous deductions and then all of a question for you to on the twenty percent tax write off for small businesses. But I go ahead. So who do we have? Next dick, go ahead. You're on with Josh Allen. Ski the financial quarterback talking about miscellaneous deductions. Go ahead. Yes, on miscellaneous deductions. A lot of the doctor Duchesne's were aware, we're taking away. However, there was a miscellaneous there was a revenue ruling, sixty three to seventy five that was in five twenty nine publication, and it was a cause out for college professors that they were able to deduct their non-reimbursed expenses and stat. In other words that they didn't get reimbursed for it, but they did have research expenses. It sets they were able to deduct it and was listed in the publication five twenty nine. Now what happened is it does? Nothing been said about that. And I wanted I do research. I want to take that those that duck. Actions. It's the sixty three to seventy five ruling that was in July nineteen sixty three and I had no problem. Neither did any of my colleagues in, in the profession that we're able to use that deduction. I've called the IRS several times, and they don't know how to treat it. And they didn't. They didn't know what to tell me and I asked, how who I go to and wherever they sent me. They were not able to answer it. How do I handle it? Do I take none reimburse deductions and give them the actual two or three page law that I got from Lexus nexus, or do I how do I do that, where I just can't take it? I I'm not sure what to do. What's happened is the new the new law took away all those expenses. So the corvette that you're talking about or really not there. The, the bottom line is you think of these miscellaneous itemized deductions. Just call on. And now again, always supposed to be gone through twenty twenty-five. So you say, well, wait a minute. Waiting anxiously for twenty twenty six however, with the new congress most of us in the tax profession feel that the new law with the new congress is going to change long before twenty twenty six. Yeah. And that, that, that represents a rare window of political opportunity, folks, where you should take advantage of some of these options. Now, we've many of our listeners who've called us at eight eight eight nine eight Josh for the tax fighting review. So I'll offer that again, eight nine eight eight Josh she get a three for one special Moskowitz. Steve Moskowitz all p well, one of his tax attorneys or himself give you fifteen minute concert, and no charge..

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"duchesne" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

13:43 min | 2 years ago

"duchesne" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"World's leading expert on lean of Duchesne's and his years of field research has focused on physical evidence led to his groundbreaking discoveries of alien implants alien fluorescence as a former military police officer NCAA operative says a very unique insight into the organization, which he believes functions similarly to an intelligence agency, he's also very compassionate and skilled therapists to help hundreds of alien experiences all over the planet. Come to terms with what they have been witnessing Daryl. Welcome back to coast to coast. How are you? Just fine. How are you my friend? Everything is great and for the benefit of some people. Who might not know you the few who might not know, you tell us about Darryl SIMS will in a nutshell, I'm been providence gator for over forty years. We they just a little bit. Volunteer Vietnam more effort during actually college. Join the Vietnam war. You were a rarity of that screw a lot of folks for head the direction kind of out of country. That's right draft. But I don't blame them for that. Everybody's got their own issues. Mine was I just needed to be involved. More effort hated the war. Don't get me wrong. But. Because something like, I should do a brother Migo than other people who. I didn't think come back physically in two might not come back. Mentally would have a lot of difficulties and more. Does that? The second thing is. I spent a while I was in the military was sheep dipped and put in central team for two years and covert operations in the spike see aspect of it was part of the by myself. And I tell people all the time they keep telling me that you see ice fide. I'd never was worked. There was a weapons instructor and also was martial arts instructor there. So it's pretty much all I can say about that. How did the Alean implants in objections? Come to you. That's a great question. I actually was a captive audience of Ducati at age four. Not totally didn't have a clue in nineteen fifty two. You just don't know anything. Nobody knew anything about aliens or implants or anything else in nineteen fifty two when I was eight four, but what happened in nineteen sixty. I was twelve years old and. I've heard that in. I mean, literally from the sleep. I didn't wake up that. That's not the correct term. I know the difference between waking up and being switched on. And I was which dawn I can hear my mother's voice which made no sense to me because I'm in the entire back of the house their doors shut in their another into the house. So that none of it made sense to me. And I hear her voice perfectly thing go outside. And there's a new star in the team. I'm like, you know, that there's no such thing as a team. It's it's a it was a star system on suppose. Go gupta. So I like what? But I we're thing is I knew what it was supposed to see I get up out of bed and Salim Baca. We're open the door and nineteen is term. But like in the movie. John Travolta looked saw light. Oh, yeah. Got zapped plume. Yeah. Like that. There was one on the rise in. There was coming toward me. It was getting bigger bigger next thing. I know I'm in a circuit or room lying on a table with my feet elevated, eleven degrees under a very bright, intense light. There's my same old cosmic skinhead is I call him that what who have ducks me every time. He's there. And then there's a guy looks just liking taller than is which is barely his boss, which sometimes of duck these will refer to as surgeon for the the guy doing good to operate on. You have to something like that. It's going to happen. And that's where I got my first experience with the implant. I didn't discover any brilliant central way. Simply a victim of the experience. Are you still being contacted or abducted? I am not and my events started that nineteen fifty two and ended in nineteen sixty seven and anyway for a period of about thirteen years, I had about ten different events, and then they stopped violently one night nineteen sixty seven when I was. Seventeen years old, and that none of that made any sense to me. And I thought well, that's great, you know, but everything just cooled off and there were two more events until my son was six years old. And then they came and got him that changed the whole story for me. Now, when you say, they came in got him was this something that you would be acceptable with or is this something that you were just totally opposed to. Again, I like your question because that that fairly much define my events from then on at the beginning of the events simply victim, I had no clue what what was happening to me other than just made. No sense. And then when that happened with my son. I woke up at two thirty three o'clock in the morning, and I knew instantly. And again switched on is the right word, I knew instantly that my son had been taken and he was not room. I ran as fast I could for my bedroom. Has his room because I knew he wasn't in there. Rent into the kitchen, and they're in the kitchen area. He was looking out the back window, and I watched him for a long time. The real problem, though is on my wife got up and said what's going on as I've watching my son? And I'm asking what's happening talking about the little red light that had just left, and she asked me what was going on that point. I never told her about my alien abduction experience. All my God who the bar. She must have been a shock. She was fact and one that I didn't tell her I should have number two. What was really? Bizarre about toll thing, and which changed my whole life. Was that change me from victim? So to speak to have duct tape from an abductee so to speak to literally from the prey to the predator. And I just went to became a daily one hundred point. I hunted them the hundred and later came and headed my son, David Jacobs, one of the great UFO. Investigators sterile believes these visitations by ET's are not friendly at all. Would you agree with him? Well, yes. Yes. And yes. Yes. I think he's correct about that. Because he's done. A lot of study on it. I have my shelf over forty years. I got two thousand cases worldwide and the point being that basically these into these weren't programs on people, and if you accept the program, whether you do it openly or not if you accept it or go along with it your contact. He. If you don't accept it. Like, I didn't and my son. Didn't you become an app team makes sense? Yeah. It's that simple. I called the contact. He's honeybees. He's a really wonderful people who simply in my opinion hoodwinked and or bought into program willing Lear unwillingly makes no difference. But they they go along with it. And they feel like they're being taken for some particular. Good reason and so on and that's fine. And then abductees, which I called the killer bees. Basically Denver between the two is. You can come steal their Honey. So to speak, but killer being you're going to pay a price. If you try it. That's right. Oh, yeah. And many of them come at you. So. The adoption phenomenon. First of all because I see these as two different issues. One the implants, and then the abductions and even though they may be related. They're still different things that are going on. So with about seven and a half billion people on this planet, if you had to guess, how many do you think have been -ducted by ET's? In my opinion, and it would strictly be pure gas based on. Mike spirit of tribal travel worldwide now being very countries in September and October Tempe and Turkey, I would guess that. At least. In my opinion, in the millions have been taken or had some type of contact experience not necessarily taking -ducted onto you vote but have had some type of paranormal or contact experience with this phenomenon. What percent do you think? Are not brought back. They keep them. You are asking all the right questions because this is this is the kind of stuff that people do not wanna hear I did a presentation this month at the Houston, you network, and it was on. People didn't bring back and this included an army of people in eighteen at thank they thirty six during the war with the Ottoman empire. And others. And they're in my opinion, based on the specially the stories you hear people taking out parts and things like that. But there are many other cases, I've started this full forty years ships like the Mary Celeste that showed up millions of dollars worth of cargo and everybody on the entire. Yeah. No, violent footwear. I think they're people in the thousands literally that are missing. And I suspect much higher than that. But I I can't verify it. I can only say there's just not saying that people disappear for whatever reason are taken by the alien. I'm just saying that cases that make no sense that they were there. They're not in there there. There's no evidence of where they went in. And there have been. Kalisa in other people looking for these people. I mean, they've been missing minutes gone forever. That just that just. It goes back as far as in the eighteen hundreds case back in eighteen hundreds just they're scaring anything I've ever heard of. And that's recorded. So it could be going back since the beginning of mankind. It's it's a bizarre phenomena in what what we know for sure is that people are disappearing off the face of this planet by the hundreds of thousands every year in the United States and Russia in Turkey, you name it they're being grabbed or they just disappear and they never show up. Now. I'm sure Darrow, some of them could be serial killers and victims of things like that. But not that great number uneasily. I look I used to be a place offering Chiro killers are not do not account for thousands and thousands of people dead every year. They would be to catch that point. It doesn't know. Twenty people. You know what I'm talking about? Just that's just not going to have a serial killer Hake. Hundreds of thousands of people. They just can't imagine. How awful it must be for a parent to have a child that just disappears. And they have no idea where they are. I mean starting to be horrible. That's that's true. Several cases I worked are kidnapping cases. And you know, the weird thing it's kind of funny in the sad. When I find the kidnapper or they are being the kidnapped person back the parent never ever ever tells me, you know, Mr. SAM's, Thurgood kidnappers bad kidnappers exact I'll hear that from the abductors contact. He's parents, you know, well, Mr. him good kidnappers disparate betting, good aliens. And that's a still kidnapping you. Anyway, you want to but it's still the same thing. They don't bring them back. Why do they bring some back? What why brings some back and keep others? Well, again, this is speculation on my part. But again, I've I haven't vested cases were they didn't bring some of our objectives. Back in case, it many many of the Duckie me the contact. He's are brought back in not for worse for wear so state. They may have the scoop marker cuts bruises and things like that or even implant in. But by and large brought back fairly much unharmed..

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"duchesne" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"duchesne" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"No arrests have been made connected to an attempt to child of Duchesne incident in the village of Belgium this week, Laura. Partisan tells today's TM J four her eleven year old daughter had to break the hold of an older man to run away on tour. I said. That was proud of her for what she did. And then I cried I don't care what your reasons where I don't care. Why you did it you just need to go with the ozaukee county sheriff's office is now leading that investigation. Three people are still missing after an overnight explosion at a manufacturing company and Illinois the blast. AB specialty silicones in Waukegan happened around nine thirty last night. According to the Lake County sheriff's office for others were injured in what's being called a catastrophic explosion with injuries ranging from serious to severe visitors to the Milwaukee county zoo are flocking back to see the return of some larger than life animals today. Elephants since October they've been moved over to their new elephant care center Jenny Dilbert is with the zoo. She tells Wisconsin's weekend morning news that the new adventure Africa exhibit will show people. What elephants are like in the wild one point, six acres and the outside of their exhibit. So there's different enrichment items like they would do in the wild. Would forage for food. So there's trees out there. There's a watering hole. They bathed the grand opening of the exhibit is going on right now, then less until to this afternoon. One seventy five alive is taking place right now in Milwaukee. Celebrate the archdiocese of Milwaukee's one hundred seventy fifth anniversary communications director, Amy growl, says the bulk of the activities are taking place and the cathedral square starting at noon today after a special mass got contemporary polka van they'll be playing there. Most of the day, they'll be food trucks. There's the speaker beret truck, there's activities and games for families. There's a three on three basketball tournament activities began earlier this morning with the reenactment of the first Bishop making their way down the Milwaukee river to come to the Milwaukee area back in eighteen forty four maters is back open after having spent twenty four hours closed due to a rodent infestation discovered on Thursday dance to Wicky with bats pest control tells today's TM j four is could be a problem for many buildings in the heart of Milwaukee. Theon Milwaukee has many old buildings we run into old sewer lines abandoned play sewer lines. I can think of a couple of buildings that are in the area that you.

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"duchesne" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"duchesne" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Off with a film horror film, called the curse of LA your Rona. Chilton. Are safe now. Appeared her quiet. Yup. Sounds like a horror film. This is part of the so-called conjuring universe. You know, that's the conjuring which is on all sorts of. Yeah. Yeah. And and a spinoff spinoff, it's based on a Mexican legend about a woman who killed her two boys two children centuries ago because of the infidelity of her husband, she was sort of a media type character. And now she stalks the earth looking for her lost children and also objecting and killing other people's children. And this is about a potential of Duchesne set in nineteen Seventy-three of to the two children of a Los Angeles social worker who brings in an ex priest turned to local shaman to protect her kids from this demonic figure. It hasn't much connection to the conjuring universal just one character briefly. Appears it's I found it a pretty dull film coherent. Lots of jump. Shots. If you know what? I mean, those sudden moments when the creature appears to loud noise, and loud music, and of course, things out nicely. You can't expect the the children that you've become invested in really suffer. Any harm in the movie known? But it's it's not bad of it's kind kinda tedious. I doubt that they'll be a sequel here, it it's not much of an Easter released to tell you the truth. No, I guess not. I hadn't thought about that. Let's move on to breakthrough with Chrissy Mets fourteen.

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"duchesne" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

06:11 min | 3 years ago

"duchesne" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Rebecca, I'm thinking America's switching topics now stranger danger. We've heard a lot of kids even say it. Now, it sort of comes tripping Lee off their tongue, especially if they're oh pre middle school, and they see some kind of dangerous situation or they're frightened somehow a stranger danger, it is taught in public schools. It's taught to protect kids from being abducted by strangers. But I question Susan, whether or not the lessons actually work, and this is debatable, whether the stranger danger messaging is effective. Why children? Yes, they're supposed to describe that. They're fearful you're a stranger danger danger. They'll yell out even winning an adult, especially a male adults smiles at them from a distance. And then the parents if the parents are nearby immediately distrustful, even if somebody wants to give a child a compliment within earshot. Shot appearance stranger danger. Is it crazy behavior or is it an outcome of this educational system? That means well, but it's not effective. What do you think? Oh, I think it's the latter. It's to me it's kind of a child because almost any five six seven year old if a if a person comes to them and says to them in a park. Hey, which you help refine like puppy, they go with them and no amount of stranger danger keeps them from being lured into that trap. And I think what it does more than anything is basically teaching our kids not to trust men. I had. An example for you not too long ago. My husband was taking care of our youngest grandchild. She was out of school in her hometown. But and he said we took her for the week, and they were added McDonald's and a lady started questioning my husband about who. She was how old was she? Where was her mother where did she go to school to the point that he actually had to call our daughter to talk to this woman, and that was ridiculous. A he had to call his daughter. Your daughter collective you plural. To talk to a stranger to keep her at bay because she was concerned about his role in life as the grandfather. But she distrusted that role. She distrusted the brawl she'd just trusted him because he was a man, and it was a conversation between our grand daughter and her mother and this woman that kind of. Calmed everything down, but I guess my wages. We're just teaching them, anxiety and fear. They just don't have the faculties to to really integrating. Any kind of situation in which someone can be manipulative, and it's easy to get as as a friendly. Nice person looking for a pappy CC to get a child away from their parents. So the answer really is the parents really need to be around if they're that concerned about stranger danger and to keep our men from being vilified as being. Some kind of moral attackers children in the case of your husband. Why didn't he just go? Tell this stranger woman at a McDonald's to go pound sand space. I think he won. I think he wished he had done that earlier. But in the beginning it was for him. It was like it was such a shock, and he wanted to genuinely address this woman's fear and then over time or complete insistence on knowing who she was where he was from talking to the granddaughter. I think he did become kind of insulted and angry. But at that point it was too late. You certainly didn't want the cops call on him. So it was an awkward situation. But I think it's a result of the training that people kids get in school, and our our parents being so worried about a child being doctor. But I think there's other ways of going about it, certainly without making men, look like predators. I agree with that men. I do look like know my own father he's deceased now. But with his his grandkids. I don't have grandkids. But at the time, my my older sister was having kids he said, I will not babysit unless there is another adult, or at least a young adult there with me just because if anything was to be questioned if anything this is the world that we live in now anything were to be questioned. Then the men are more vilified statistically kids off feel safer with women than with men men go off to work. So they know women better mommy's are more trusted in other words, and he says the other reason. This is my own dad. Now, you said the other reason is that when cops come in a typically in their investigation. Susan look for a culprit within the family. It's the weird uncle, Charlie. Or it's the dad or it's the grandad or it's that elderly brother that still single and shows up lurks around so they got those strikes against them already in the blueprint of these situations. Mothers are working as much as fathers now. And I think the reason they're not that they don't appear as predators is. We don't demonize them in our education system in the media with the feminist movement. Unfortunately, six or seven or eight year old girl is taught that young to not trust men. Imagine the implications for for the rest of her life at for haven't been taught at such an early age that men are potential. Predators. Right. You make a great point. But in terms of Duchesne's men, abduct way more than women statistics show that but your point is very well taken we need to leave it there. A really good conversation on stranger danger. And then it begs the question, of.

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"duchesne" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

06:01 min | 3 years ago

"duchesne" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"If they're all pre middle school, and they see some kind of dangerous situation or they're frightened somehow a stranger danger, it is taught in public schools. It's taught to protect kids from being adopted by strangers. But I question Susan, whether or not the lessons actually work, and this is debatable, whether the stranger danger messaging is effective. Why children? Yes, they're supposed to describe that. They're fearful you're a stranger danger danger. They'll yell out even when an adult, especially a male adults smiles at them from a distance. And then the parents if the parents are nearby immediately distrustful, even if somebody wants to give a child a compliment within earshot. Appearance stranger danger. Is it crazy behavior or is it an outcome of this educational system? That means well, but it's not effective. What do you think? Oh, I think it's the latter. It's to me it's kind of a show because almost any five six seven year old if if the person comes up to them and says to them in a park. Hey, would you help refine like peppy they go with them and no amount of stranger danger keeps them from being lured into that trap. And I think what it does more than anything is basically teaching our kids not to trust men. I had an example for you not too long ago. My husband was taking care of our youngest grandchild. She was out of school in her hometown. And he said we took her for the week, and they were added McDonald's and the lady started questioning my husband about who. She was how old was she? Where was her mother? Where did she go to school to the point that he actually had to call our daughter to talk to this woman? And that was ridiculous. A he had to call his daughter. Your daughter collective you plural. To talk to a stranger to keep her at bay because she was concerned about his role in life as the grandfather. But she distrusted that role. She distrusted the brawl she just trusted him because he was a man, and it was a conversation between our grand daughter and her mother, and this woman that kind of calmed everything down. But I guess my point is we're just teaching them, anxiety and fear. They just don't have the faculties to to really integrating. The any kind of situation in which someone can be manipulative, and it's easy to get as as a friendly. Nice person looking for a puppy. It's easy to get a child away from their parents. So the answer really is that parents really need to be around if they're concerned about stranger danger, and and to keep our men from being vilified as being some kind of moral attackers children in the case of your husband. Why didn't he just go? Tell this stranger woman at a McDonald's to go pound sand space. I think he won I think he wished she had done that earlier. But in the beginning it was for him. It was like it was such a shock, and he wanted to genuinely address this woman's fear and then over time or complete insistence on knowing who she was where he was from talking to the granddaughter. I think he did become kind of insulted and angry. But at that point it was too late. He certainly didn't want the cops called on him. So it was an awkward situation. But I think it's a result of the training that people kids get in school, and our our parents being so worried about a child being abducted. But I think there's other ways of going about it, certainly without making men, look like predators. I agree with that men. I do I know my own father he's deceased now. But with his his grandkids. I don't have grandkids. But at the time, my my older sister was having kids he said, I will not babysit unless there is another adult, or at least a young adult there with me just because if anything was to be questioned if anything this is the world that we live in now anything were to be questioned than the men are more vilified statistically kids. Feel safer with women than with men men go off to work. So they know women better mummies are more trusted in other words, and he says the other reason this is my own dad. Now, you said the other reason is that when cops come in a typically in their investigation. Susan look for a culprit within the family. It's the weird uncle, Charlie. Or it's the dad or it's the grandad or it's that elderly brother that still single and shows up semi lurks around. So they got those strikes against them already in the blueprint of these situations. Mothers are working as much as fathers now. And I think the reason they're not that they don't appear as predators as we don't demonize them in our education system in the media with the feminist movement. Unfortunately, six or seven or eight year old girl is taught that young to not trust men. Imagine the implications for for the rest of her life at for haven't been taught at such an early age that men are potential predators. You make a great point. But in terms of Duchesne's men, abduct way more than women statistics to show that but your point is very well taken we need to leave it there. A really good conversation on stranger danger. And then it begs the question, of.

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"duchesne" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

06:11 min | 3 years ago

"duchesne" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Rebecca, I'm think America's switching topics now stranger danger. We've heard a lot of kids even say it. Now, it sort of comes tripping Lee off their tongue, especially if they're all pre middle school, and they see some kind of dangerous situation or they're frightened somehow a stranger danger, it is taught in public schools. It's taught to protect kids from being obstructed by strangers. But I question Susan, whether or not the lessons actually work, and this is debatable, whether the stranger danger messaging is effective. Why children? Yes, they're supposed to describe that they're fearful your stranger danger danger. They'll yell out even when an adult, especially a male adults smiles at them from a distance. And then the parents if the parents are nearby immediately distrustful, even if somebody wants to give a child a compliment within earshot. Shot appearance stranger danger. Is it crazy behavior or is it an outcome of this educational system? That means well, but it's not effective. What do you think? Oh, I think it's the latter. It's to me it's kind of a joke because almost any five six seven year old if a if a person comes up to them and says to them in a park. Hey, would you help me find my puppy? They go with them and no amount of stranger danger keeps them from being lured into that trap. And I think what it does more than anything is basically teaching our kids not to trust men. I had an example for you not too long ago. My husband was taking care of our youngest grandchild. She was out of school in her hometown. But and so we took her for the week, and they were Adam McDonalds and a lady started questioning my husband about who. She was how old was she? Where was her mother? Other. Where did she go to school to the point that he actually had to call our daughter to talk to this woman? And that was ridiculous. A he had to call his daughter. Your daughter collective you plural. To talk to a stranger to keep her at bay because she was concerned about his role in life as the grandfather. But she distrusted that role. She distrusted the brawl she distrusted him because he was a man, and it was a conversation between our grand daughter and her mother, and this woman that kind of calmed everything down. But I guess my point is we're just teaching them, anxiety and fear. They just don't have the faculties to to really integrating. Any kind of situation in which someone can be manipulative. And it's easy to get a as a as a friendly. Nice person. Looking for pappy, it's easy to get a child away from their parents. So the answer really is the parents really need to be around if they're that concerned about stranger danger, and and keep our men from being vilified as being. Some kind of moral attackers children in the case of your husband. Why didn't he just go? Tell this stranger woman at a McDonald's to go pound sand. Get out of his face. I think he won. I think he wished she had done that earlier. But in the beginning it was for him. It was like it was such a shock, and he wanted to genuinely address this woman's fear and that over time or complete insistence on knowing who she was where he was from talking to the granddaughter. I think he did become kind of insulted and angry. But at that point it was too late. You certainly didn't want the cops call on him. So it was an awkward situation. But I think it's a result of the training that people kids get in school, and our our parents being so worried about a child being abducted. But I think there's other ways of going about it, certainly without making men, look like predators. I agree with that men. I do look like product, oh my own father. He's deceased now. But with his his grandkids. I don't have grandkids. But at the time, my my older sister was having kids. He said, I will not babysit unless there is another adult, or at least a young adult there with me just because if anything was to be questioned if anything this is the world that we live in now anything were to be questioned than the men are more vilified statistically kids off feel safer with women than with men men, go off to work. So they know women better mummies are more trusted. In other words, any says the other reason? This is my own dad. Now, you said the other reason is that when cops come in a typically in their investigation. Susan look for a culprit within the family. It's the weird Oncle Charlie or it's the dad or it's the grandad or it's that elderly brother that steals single and shows up and he lurks around a so they got those strikes against them already in the blueprint of these situations. Mothers are working as much as fathers now. And I think the reason they're not that they don't appear as predators is. We don't demonize them in our education system in the media with the feminist movement. Unfortunately, six or seven or eight year old girl is taught that young to not trust men. Imagine the implications for for the rest of her life at for haven't been taught at such an early age that men are potential. Predators. Right. You make a great point. But in terms of Duchesne's men, abduct way more than women statistics do show that, but your point is very well taken we need to leave it there. A really good conversation on stranger danger. And then it begs the question, of.

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"duchesne" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"duchesne" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Very appropriate name to that website, by the way, because there are just all kinds of answers to questions you have and sometimes questions that hadn't even occurred to you hide Jordan great to be with you again. Jim good to have you back on the start with the government shutdown of things to talk about as regards this brand spanking new two thousand nineteen economy. But first of all you have internal revenue saying that they're going to get your refunds out. Right. That was new and the impasse shutdowns. The IRS has been shut down as well. The estimate what would be about three hundred sixty billion dollars in refunds would normally go out. So if that did not happen that would be a major stimulus to the economy in the first quarter that'd be taken away. So apparently, they're finding the way to open the IRS to do the refunds which would be a good thing. Now one thing that I can't help noting. And that is the fact that if you get a federal tax refund that means that you didn't plan your taxes very well because you gave Uncle Sam Savon interest free loan over the year. And when I get a refund, which is hardly ever. But I have a little chat with my tax man to make sure that doesn't happen again. I'd like to have money working for me and not for. And a lot because we had a tax change at the end of two thousand seventeen if a lot of people did not change withholding. They should get bigger refunds because the tax rates came down. Nothing else. Changing. They're going to get a victory for now. In some cases, for example, in high tax states, if you were getting previously in two thousand seventeen if you're getting big deductions for state and local income taxes and property taxes. And now that's limited to ten thousand. And you're still paying the same taxes. You lose a lot of the Duchesne's. So they may more. They're thinking if they don't change their withholding. So that tax law could be positive or negative depending on where you're located in terms of this thing lasting, months or years. Obviously, that's so much presidential hyperbole. And we're we're used to that I suppose certain extent from from Donald Trump. Because if you start having things that affect large numbers of people, such as for example, let's say airports jammed to the gills TSA workers expand. What I'm told has already begun. Some sick outs. That pressure will come cascading down the hill. And this did not not in weeks. But in days if that happens, right, how about thirty eight million people not getting food stamps and not being able to eat in many cases. Indian reservations are very much dependent on federal government money, and they're kind of drying up as you report said there's a lot of private businesses that are dependent on federal government workers. So it's having an indirect effect the restaurants that are nearby. Federal installations, small businesses are trying to get SBA loans. There's a lot of federal contractors that depend on federal money to and they're not going to get their payback. Supposedly, the.

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UN: 45,000 fled homes in Syria's eastern Ghouta

Fresh Air

02:52 min | 4 years ago

UN: 45,000 fled homes in Syria's eastern Ghouta

"The shooting at march so much douglas high school in parkland florida where seventeen people were killed damage assessment teams are fanning out across the southeastern us after night of fierce storms pat douggins of alabama public radio says there reports of multiple tornadoes across the region the national weather service in huntsville reports three tornados along alabama's border with tennessee damage crews hope to confirm that today by examining debris left by the storms scott washington's with madison county emergency management says the pattern of the wreckage is a big clue for instance just the debris blown it all in one direction or is there debris blown in different directions you're looking at the pattern debris in all directions points to a tornado touchdown an estimated ten million people could be in the path of the system as it moves across the southeast for npr news i'm pat douggins in tuscaloosa alabama you're listening to npr news the un refugee agency says it is alarmed by the deepening humanitarian crisis in syria fierce fighting continues in eastern good up a suburb near the capital damascus npr's lama alaron reports the un is demanding full and unhindered humanitarian access to civilians inside and outside of eastern good video posted on youtube show syrian president bush shotted as behind the wheel of a honda his driving towards eastern gouta flaunting the syrian regimes latest military victory it was one of the last position strongholds that's now been divided and almost reconquered four hundred thousand people have been reportedly living in the enclave but since last week people have been trickling out the un says more than forty five thousand people have fled but they say they're playing no part in the evacuation deals the un is however setting up makeshift camps to receive the thousands of families who they say arrive exhausted hungry thirsty and sick with little or no belongings the un says the shelters are extremely congested and lacked basic amenities bathroom lines could take hours they say lamela npr news beta the associated press is now reporting that syrian rescue workers say nine people have been killed in airstrikes in northern syria stephen hawking's ashes reportedly will be interred at london's westminster abbey near the remains of other distinguished scientists such as newton the dean of westminster reverend john hall says they'll be placed in the abbey at a thanksgiving service later this year stephen hawking died last week at the age of seventy six i'm lakshmi singh npr news in washington support for npr comes from npr stations other contributors include mile iq the mile iq app automatically tracks business miles to streamline and maximize the duchesne's or expenses the mile iq app is available for download in the.

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