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"earl van" Discussed on True Crime Garage
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"earl van" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Think it's the same cat that did. I need love and affection at the House of Correction he was saying about the whole co That would be Detroit House of Correction. That's where they stuck you if you did something like maybe I don't stole a car took down liquor store something like that. But apparently that's anti American time there, But here he's saying about village of anybody, but remember the village. Village of Love, The thunder man. Anybody remember the village if you are anywhere near Detroit? In the early sixties. Up to the sixties, The village was down there on Woodward Avenue. We've talked about it many times on the show. Don't get deep in the weeds on it. But, man, this is that cool or what? That's what he's singing about that he's turned it into a love some kind of thing, but he's saying about the village and used to play down there. Hang out there quite a bit. That was the Detroit killer Armed BC basically was a black club. It was overjoyed 45 in the morning. Insult booster, but you smell weed all over the place. Not I didn't smoke weed around was in that place or anywhere near that. That was back. I was just in high school. It's a good thing that marijuana was not around. When I was coming through high school really a good thing, But it was afterwards. Not that I ever inhaled, but anyway That's he's singing about the village donor Woodward Avenue. And those of you that know about that club was too cool that got hijacked into. Well, it kind of went the way of Detroit. Went dark, and then it got opened up again. It was called the Sea. The sea, which was I don't think Johnson clear. Put the money into it. I don't think he's ever had any money is left. But he was the guy running that that was a hippie music scene for a little while. The sea, you know, and I don't know what happened with that either. But back in the day. Man you done. You'd get your hands on some. I don't know. Maybe some line Bodkins and Coca Cola and you and your big hair girlfriend, your best friend, his big hair girlfriend getting a car drive down the village. And, uh, Makes up a few drinks to parking lot going to village. You being there? Just listening to Gino Washington with Daniel Mayor That's back when Mitch Ryder was ability and the Riviera's and they played there that they were the they were the other only white guy. So through building reveres and Oh, man, that they had just so much cool stuff going on there. And you know they had that a lot of people, remote town players and I don't have very corny, really wanted to play there, but they did the back up and forget the band was called. Wasn't Earl Van Dyke. But it was some generation of that, and they had a full on band with our of weather review is like a soul revue that just went on all night. You're on the edge. So alternative bump music Friday..
"earl van" Discussed on The South Florida Morning Show
"It's the the the scenery beautiful this you think jelly stone. That's different kind of park bill. Yellowstone is the national. There there is no picnic. There's no picnic baskets being stolen by smokey the bear or whatever what was his name what was his name you can put out forest fires. Who was booboo. Who's those yogi. Thank you god. Okay got i forget such little things. This i getting old booboo. You got picnic basket. You think this is a good idea okay. The only way. This is a good idea. Is if you cook the turkey before giving day because if you do it on thanksgiving day your meals ruined so there's really no making up for it so you can't have time to get a new turkey. Okay all right. Okay but whole foods i mean i understand. It has teamed up with progressive insurance to offer the first ever Turkey protection plan flow. The it's also owned by amazon by the way fondle your turkey we can we can. We can thank. Jeff bezos for this You go to an amazon owned grocery store. They'll give you a thirty five dollar gift card. If you burn overcook or undercooked or drop your turkey. But you have to buy the turkey between november eleventh to the twenty second to be eligible for the coverage and then the claims have to be submitted at like turkey protection. Plan dot com. So you're probably not going to get the thirty five dollar gift card back. Oh i see what you're saying if it's a great i mean in theory if it's if you have two birds and you can cook a second one after your burn the first one or kill the first one whatever it is you still all i could think about was national lampoon's christmas vacation. Oh my god he goes to carve the turkey and deflates in. I mean if you're moving the turkey you would get You know you'd you'd get compensated for but you're still going to be out of turkey on her d. day because you wouldn't have time to get a new one okay and if you and if you're cooking a big one you'd never have time to recoup it unless unless you fry it like you do forty five minutes. That's incredible outstanding in really at forty five minutes. What size turkey fourteen pounds. Maybe thirteen really. I think i don't know what did he say. It's like three minutes apart. I can't remember what the math is. But you know what you do. Miss out on this only one drawback to a turkey is you. Don't get the smell of the turkey inside the house that great i love that smell silly reason they make one but the advantages it opens up all that counter space royal stuff you put together and space. 'cause i have two ovens and it's a and i still don't have a lot of space. Sometimes other advantages. Were guys mostly. Who would be taken redoing. The frying outside. Yeah you we take care of them. The patio so we like to fry and burn things with fire hot oil. So it's fun so it's and it gets you out of the kitchen. Yeah well that might have been the whole thing. Yeah it's probably why well and actually get you to do something to be honest with you. Because i do as plop it in your waiting cooking. That's it that's all you do. You don't have to turn it. You don't have to do anything as long as covered with the oil. Sometimes you get a monkey with a little bit but weighted down. No okay. i'll just doesn't float ever. It's a turkey. I never had would. I'm thinking doboy you know they were right on top with scooper. Just try doing to try friday. At least what drew a little side. Turkey i gotta go by turkey. I by an electric turkey fryer. Yeah wouldn't do a propane don't don't you. Aren't those the ones that always explode. They same right. People spill the oil on it. It happens get an electric one. I have these. I think deaners about these. These air fryers. That are the very very large air fryer ones. That's not even any oil right. See i have an air fryer. But i don. Oh you know what though a little turkey could fit in front and inside it. Yeah how little maybe ten pounds. That's a hand. I'll put it. That's a cornish hand. Look like last year's turkey. I beat. I buy big turkeys because i liked turkey better the next day. Oh sure i always buy like a twenty six pound turkey so there's like leftovers for like everybody for a couple of days gives the trip is fan time to settle in fs it. You know what. But i always make extra stuffing and extra mashed potatoes and extra sweet potato casserole green bean cast. We could have thanksgiving dinner for at least three days after thanksgiving. Oh well you got to have enough with the sandwiches. Cut half sandwich. Yeah why wall started that if you ever had their thanksgiving day sandwich. No oh my god. There is one at the earl van. Which and i don't know what it is but like you have to get it at the earliest sandwich at disney springs that particular ones only that one. It's just that one but they have it at all that rolls sandwiches. If you can find one it's but it's like a holiday turkey sandwich they call it. It's turkey and stuffing cranberry sauce gravy. That's exactly what they were stolen ahead and i don't know but anyway it was the for the first time ever had one was at a wa and the nominal and they only do it at thanksgiving time and they toasted i have on the other day. Actually oh oh yeah. Yeah i try to wawa the street. There's an while white. They're building one right up the street from me. Oh i can't we know they're good. They're really good good. Gas prices took away my dairy queen. But i'm getting a while so you're losing a blizzard but you're getting the sandwich but only available like you know for a month away and it's like why do that to me seasonal tease me. You can get turkey all year. I mean it's not like they only grow in november demand. All right we went way left up expert. It'll be something. Can we about the dating terms. Oh no oh come. No it's depressing. We got that and we'll have another floor dope to this guy didn't steal a cop car. He went on a spiritual journey. Of course he did. I don't think the defense attorney's gonna even by that one would cut. We can talk about older. That's good news all next morning. Show this bill keeping you news. Talk eight fifty. Wfan's morning show. Is jen bill. And there's diener and karen's get news in about eleven minutes worry. Top of the hour is a lot happening today. Rudy giuliani information dump. Apparently is happening. Should be interesting. You know what the and it was interesting to see that fox actually put this up seventy percent they say according to their poll seventy percent of republicans believe it has been a tainted election process. I i'm shocked. They put that up there in iran. Maybe they're trying to win back. The people they lost. But i was like wow hundred percent of democrats think it's a president elect joe biden. Yeah so just say this is a fascinating time. It's it's scary. It's really scary and we can tell you because we have to sift through all this fake news to give you the real stuff. God please it. There is such media manipulation going on right. Now such disinformation in lying. It's it's i've never seen anything like this in a prime example is that postal worker and pennsylvania. You're he was from erie. Okay he was the whistle blower and he was the one who said. Hey you know. We were told no matter when these ballots came in. You know we're going to hand postmark november third in so he. He took it upon himself to say you say something he said. You know this is wrong. It's it's it's against the law and it's cheating. Well then they. Every news media in the world yesterday said he had recanted his story. He he was pressured by his superiors. And they got out the truth and he's recanted. He has not recanted in used to. We still ask sounded the guy. He's done nothing other source he was like. I don't know where was the. Oh he was. James o'keefe Project veritas. he's yeah so he's not going to try to hide it all. Here's his name. Is they suspended number. Something like this threatening to fire him but he.
"earl van" Discussed on True Crime: By The Book
"Now the very very next review was from Chardonnay mcdaniels and it read one out of five stars. Where the facts? Highly questionable claims. It lacks significant evidence. All the victims look like mom. I don't see it fan. Best Junior photo in the sodium sketch. Many people could have been seen as being reported bearing a resemblance to sketch. Perhaps there is something to handwriting but too small of a sample of Earl van best juniors writings in my opinion to give so much potential of a match even from a professional lastly no DNA test. That's like in caps known. Dna tests and the ciphers seems that many people have found various names with no definitive answers with confidence so despite varying opinions the book was a huge success and earlier this year fx in. Hulu teamed up to give us a four part Docu series that takes a deep dive into the life of Gary Stewart. Who is an adoptee who needed to find himself? And the research he'd be it that apparently uncovered Zodiac it was directed by Academy Award nominee Keith. Davidson and Ross. Diner Stein. And of course they were very committed to shutting positive light on Gary but also to explaining the truth so we met law enforcement. Officers are the handwriting analyst. Susan Moustapha Judy Gilford who is now estranged from her biological son after. He wrote that book without giving her a heads up and so many more people who Gary says substantiate his story the series was well done and I found myself wondering if this was it had the Soda Yak Finally Been Name Sadly it appears he has not the documentary fairly laid out Gary's evidence and told his story of searching for his identity and it shed light on the struggles of many adoptees who have little to no knowledge of who they are made me. Scratch my head and ponder whether there was a conspiracy to keep Zodiacs identity a secret. It made me look forward to the final episode. Aptly titled The truth. We learned Gary Stewart was an unreliable narrator and it finally revealed enough truth to make me doubt not only Gary Story but his motivation. It seems that Gary saw that sketch on cold case files and immediately became married to the idea that his dad was a serial killer. Now all the evidence he found was carefully manipulated to his narrative. Yes Earl van. Best resembled the sketch but real talk half of the white guys. In his documentary resembled the sketch certificate was filled out by the judge presiding over his parents marriage not by van best. The handwriting analyst who definitively said certificate was filled out by the Zodiac was debunked by his own peers the DNA Gerry submitted was never matched against the known sample of the Zodiac. All of the evidence that placed van best in areas that Zodiac was known to be in was stretched by geary to fit times and Dates Susan Moustapha and Gary turned on one another each blaming the other for failing to check and double check the facts surrounding the case. Gary accused his biological mom of selectively forgetting details of her life van best. And if she did. Could you blame her? I mean she was a real victim of Van. Best also final episode was Real Shit. Show thus I spent four hours watching this show and the only thing I'm sure of is that Gary Stewart was obsessed with the thought that Earl van best less Zodiac killer. An obsession is one of those things that lets you. See what you want to see. Gerry needed his biological father to be a monster. It would explain why he took him to seven thirty six North Boulevard in left him in a stairwell. It would explain why he never looked for him. It would validate his worth if the person who threw him away was a fucking murderer but even if van best is not the Zodiac. He was a terrible person. If this only crimes were against Judy and Gary that qualifies him as a Shitty individual and city individuals deserve shitty endings. Earl van best got his. He died in Nineteen ninety-four choking on his own vomit in a bar in Mexico City. And that's according to Stewart. Of course he was buried in an unmarked grave where Gary and his sons were. The first visitors shit happens to Shitty people. That's it that's all the most dangerous animal is finally in the books. So what do you think of Gary Story also who is your favorite Zodiac suspect. Let me know I'm still at? Tc BY TB on all the things including my blog at TC by TB dot com where you'll find sources and shit. There's also a little donate button in case you were so inclined and my email is still. Tc BY TB Edgy. Mail DOT COM. If you like to catch up with me that way. I can't wait to Holler at you know next week until then stay out of the shadows piece..
"earl van" Discussed on True Crime: By The Book
"Took what's up what's up. Hey Everybody Hey. Welcome to the new senator silhouettes featuring types out tasha pierce and we're GonNa talk off things crime and conspiracy related. Yes I rebranded. The show changed the name of the whole thing. Just took the whole goddamn thing off to back home way because I kind of had the cuff zone under to crime by the book I was feeling like I was being deceptive because I did want to talk about books but then I realized I WanNa talk about everything else too. I also WANNA apologize for my absence. I have been absent because I was sick as a dog and can't prefer certain say that it was corona virus. Because you know here in the United States if we don't test it that means they didn't have it right well. I wasn't allowed to get the test because my symptoms were not The most severe but what I did feel like is I had one of the worst flus ever a lot of coughing. A lot of body aches a lot a lot a lot of fatigue so I slept for days. But I'm I'm back. I might not be one hundred percent because I still have like a lingering cough but I'm I'm well enough to come here and share a story in the story. This week is the most dangerous game. Yes yes yes was Karen I have finally gotten to the book slash Docu series. That you and I have been talking about for at least a month speaking of Ms Karen. I'd like to thank her and a few other people for checking in on me while I was sick. We're going to start it off with Sharon. H thank you so much for your review. Share IN H NARES. Rene g thank you. So much for your review lender who is? She's been with me so we got Linda Karen. Sarah those are my faithful fuel and you can be a part of the faithful few too because you know they make themselves very known they are supporting now sinister silhouettes and then there's one de Niro Jay. I'll see you lurking girl. Come out of the shadows so with that might think you own minute. Theme Song Manute theme song is by my Kid Queen Bee and it's a breezy. Beat so thank you so much to my son for providing me a new intro music and with that being said let's get into the most dangerous animal of all Earl van best. Junior was twenty seven years old when he met Judy Chandler. Thirteen at the time. It was October nineteen sixty one and they were in front of an ice cream shop in San Francisco. Now he became fixated on the team but Van. Bass knew he was far too old to be trying to court. Judy worse she had a less than ideal. Home Life Her father was said to be abusive which made her a prime target for a guy who knew how to say all the right things van best dead continue his pursuit and the two began sneaking the C one another for months the couple however was soon found out and the whole city was disturbed to know a pedophile operating in grooming. Young girls in their area with that revelation. Van Best In. Judy ran away together and eventually eloped in Reno Nevada now. This illicit relationship was tabloid news in the sixties in July of nineteen sixty. Two van best ended up behind bars. For statutory rate the marriage was annulled in Chandler was sent to a juvenile facility in February of nineteen sixty two true perversion prevailed in Van Best Gut Chandler to run off with him again this time to Mexico while they're chandler became pregnant in van best began to show his true colors. He was having problems holding down a job because he's a piece of shit so according to Judy. He asked her to turn tricks while she was pregnant. Before the baby was born the couple continued to elude the law. They made stops in California and finally settled in Louisiana for a while. Judy was all alone when she gave birth to. Earl van Doren best junior on February twelfth nineteen sixty three when she was just fifteen years. Old Van Best was not going to win father of the year when the baby was born in fact he would routinely lock the crying child in a footlocker. That just sounds absurd because at some point this motherfucker gotta go to sleep right. He would've wanted to sleep. He'd been wearing footlocker upside his head in me and the baby would have been gone. But that's me. Jody did everything she could to protect her son and she considered leaving van best because of his complete this interest in the baby and his constant abuse of her. She got in contact with her mother. Who allegedly told her that she could come home but the baby couldn't come with her. Their son was one month old. When van best announced that the baby had to go he grabbed the baby jumped on a train from New Orleans to Baton Rouge Jr and around eleven thirty. Am Van Best. Found himself at seven thirty six north boulevard where he entered the building with the baby in came out without him. Baby van best had been abandoned in spear will of a building by his father. He was found by a woman about five hours later. Help on finding out van best really did get rid of her baby. Judy film the strength to leave. The pedophile caught the authorities on judy and see was promptly arrested. Of course she had dirt on him as well so he ended up back in slammer also now. The whole saga was con constantly. Reported on by San Francisco Media Most giving lead by Paul Avery at the San Francisco. Chronicle poor baby was adopted into a very loving family. Lloyd in Leona Stewart remained infant Gary Stewart and treated him as their own but their son still wanted to know who he was in where he came from the ice cream. Romance as this was dubbed could be a true crime episode all by itself but today it serves as a prelude to a possible conspiracy to cover up the identity of one of the most notorious serial killers of all time in his quest to find his birth mother. Gary Stewart believes he stumbled upon the name of the Zodiac now Zodiac killer has been covered extensively in episodes of well-known podcast on documentaries and even on the big screen most recently in two thousand seven's Zodiac which starred Robert Downey junior mark. Ruffalo N Shake Jilin Hall. Now I'll eventually tell the entire story of the murders committed by Zodiac in another episode. Because today I want to give my full attention to Gary Stewart in his journey after years of both of them searching Gary and his birth mother found one a mother she was. Judy Guilford formerly Chandler. As one could imagine Gary had many questions for his birth mother but it seemed like she couldn't give him all the answers he had hoped for. He did find out this. She never meant to give him up now. That may have been somewhat of a relief or Gary. Finding out that his mother did love him in when he heard what his father had done. He initially had no desire to find out where he was in time. However curiosity and that incomplete feeling washed over him again he wanted to meet the man who abandoned him all. Those years ago he felt a need to clear the air now. Judy was a big help to gear. Because she had connections in law enforcement her second husband. Rotate Gilford was a cop in San Francisco before his death in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight through her connections with the police. Gary was provided with his father's name date of birth and social security number. Now according to Gerry after getting that information the police became hesitant. Give him any other leads. Pertaining to Earl Van Best Gary had enough info to discover that he had siblings on father's side of the family who lived in Austria when he reached out to them. They politely declined to provide any details about dear old dad except that he abandoned their family years ago. Now after that rejection Gary decided he would call off. Its search one day while watching TV Gary in his son. Zack were floored by what they saw. On cold case files a police sketch of the Zodiac killer from nineteen sixty nine with on the screen Zach remarked that this guy bore a striking resemblance to Gary Carey. Thought he looked like someone else entirely. He went with folder of research on his birth. Father then took out a photo and could not believe his is. He was looking at a face from that era. That matched the sketch. From that moment on Gerry dug up everything he could on the Zodiac. He claimed that he had proof that van. Best movements. In the late sixties early seventies lined up with the murderers perfectly. He said he could trace his father's involvement with Anton. Levay hit of the Church of Satan. Which I don't understand how that ties into this but also Charles Manson and he also had proof that Earl van best father was a code breaker who exercised his sons brain by challenging him to solve cryptograms. Now it was well known that the Zodiac like to use ciphers encrypt does to taunt the police and Public Kerry also claimed that. Earl van best name was hidden in one of those ciphers van. Best had a grudge against Paul Avery. From the San Francisco Chronicle for his embarrassing coverage of the Ice Cream Romance Avery turned out to be the only journalist receive a personal threat from the Zodiac. Gary also dug up judy in earls marriage certificate. He found a handwriting analyst who ascertained the writing on that certificate matched the handwriting of Zodiac at Gerry also submitted a DNA sample that he says indicates he shares genetic markers with DNA from a stamp that was used on a letter sent to newspapers by the Zodiac. There were more claims made by steward. This seem to point to the fact that Zodiac was indeed Kerry's biological Father Earl van best so if Gary has all this circumstantial evidence that points directly to his father. Why would the police not consider his research to close this ice cold case? Gary submits that the San Francisco police in clear including Judy Gilford's deceased husband rotator bungled the investigation. They had allegedly interviewed van. Best and Guilford noted that he was the pedophile who had kidnapped abuse and impregnated his now wife for some reason the case was botched in buried. Because of this now if this was true not only had Gary Unmasked Zodiac but he also stumbled upon one of the biggest cover ups ever. The police may have ignored gears. Findings but Susan Mustapha. A true crime. Author found them to be intriguing. She and Gary Poured over all his research and before. You know it. She was set to co author. A book with him. This story was sure to make shit load of money because everyone who was about this true crime life wants to know the identity of the Zodiac of course armchair detectives around the country. Were all pissed off because every good whip web sleuth has their own theory about the Zodiac. So the community mostly dismissed. Gary's claim because it didn't line up with their own speculations. I myself would be thrilled to know who this fucker is. Just like I was when the world found out that Joseph di Angelo is allegedly the golden state killer. And I can't wait till that bastard pleads guilty so acura moved that lately. But I digress. What happened after the book was published in Two Thousand Fourteen Duh? It became a New York Times bestseller. That's all and it has a rating of four point. One out of five on Amazon's reviews and just like the true crime community in general. The reviews were pretty divide. A user named Toubro to shop. Wrote five out of five stars will done. I could not put this book down the whole story so well written in put together. I am completely convinced that Earl van Best Junior Zodiac killer. I did not think that I would be so thoroughly convinced. I am really surprised that so many people are being critical are being critical about the lack of evidence back in the day and even now without DNA. Many cases are one. If you have enough convincing circumstantial evidence nowadays most of us prefer DNA or both but honestly just comparing his picture to the sketch and taking into account the unique scar on his finger which matched a fingerprint left behind from one of the Zodiac crime scenes was huge..
"earl van" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Once again Dan Ackroyd David's Rita gentlemen welcome back we're talking about these balls of water or I suppose if they were in space ice water when they get here crashing into earth David yes okay that's where we left off that David you you were you were in correspondence with this doctor news now how did you find out about the NASA research which which was revealing knowledge of these huge balls of water coming into the into into the atmosphere and and avoiding satellites of avoiding shuttles and and somehow seemingly being directed out what what what was the origin of the NASA study maybe we will raise the glee at about nine about nineteen eighty five is fine his name doctor Lewis a Frank who was operating satellite they could see into the ultraviolet light spectrum incidentally the ultraviolet light spectrum is the spectrum of light that we can't see as humans but because it's too high in energy for us to see they had developed cameras that were looking into these upper specter of light and Frank star detect these moving objects that were quite large and and moving and entering our atmosphere and they're only showing up in the ultraviolet light spectrum something that no one in the history of space science had ever as ever observed before normally when you take a picture of an object if I had any gas liquid or solid object in space I can take a picture of it in infrared which is heat a spectrum of light is lower than the human eye can see and then you could also take a picture of it in the visible spectrum which we can see with our eyes it is with something completely different NASA was looking at something that was only showing up into the into the near and far ultraviolet that immediately cute my attention for a particular reason we'll have to backtrack a little bit in nineteen eighty nine I was speaking with doctor Earl Van landing him who is then NASA header propulsion power and energy we had a long talk about nuclear fusion and I decided to candidly ask him had NASA ever made contact with an extraterrestrial civilization and doctor van landing him didn't laugh he he didn't he took the question very seriously and he said no we haven't and he said when you consider the amount of energy it takes four spacecraft to do the speed of light to arrive at earth from another star system Alpha Centauri aid beer I four point three light years from earth in series is eight point seven it takes a tremendous amount of energy to get lost in the space craft and then of course you have other problems you with another problem you have with the spacecraft attaining the speed of light is Einstein's law on this all make this very simple for people basically equals MC squared tells us that solid mass a spacecraft like the shuttle can't go too fast you can't exploration fast because the faster it travels the more the impeding force of inertia if I if you use the example of wind if you stick your head out of the car doing seventy miles an hour the wind impedes upon your face and pushes you back the faster you want to go the stronger the wind get when you go through space there's not as much inertia but as you start to get into incredible speeds it starts to impede upon you and Einstein said the physical mass cannot attain lightspeed because the faster you go the greater the inertia and then you got an increase your energy to the point that you can never actually Tain lightspeed so so where am I going with this basically what eventually physicists discover is that the only way you can go light speed is if you could theoretically you could change is the sole solid structure of a spacecraft in turn it into the light turned into actual energy so it is no longer has solid masses actually waive former pure energy make it vibrate at a higher like at a higher level actually I thought Einstein suggested that if you did achieve the speed of light that is exactly what would happen yes exactly and you're right I think that's the next evolution of it if you would if you did achieve the speed of light you would literally have to transform into light so if you look at why a photon can do the speed of light is because it has no mass it basically is called massless particle so again where is this going doctoral them landing him the director propulsion power and energy NASA told me again the energy part of the equation and that when you consider that the great amounts of energy that it takes for a spacecraft to do the speed of light he said we would detect a signal well advanced in the arrival of the spacecraft well where do we detect high energy signals when we look at how we actually observe phenomena as humans we observe things in life to be time and we actually look at things in regards to light how do we actually make all high energy observations well in the electromagnetic spectrum at the bottom of the spectrum you have radio and TV waves higher frequency than that you have microwaves then you have infrared all the spectrum are invisible but detectable see humans at this point with our current technology right and as you go higher into the spectrum here's what you're actually observing is higher and higher levels of energy so in regards to them many hymns statement where we should be looking to see greater energy signal is not down in radio were said he is looking but rather up into the visible in the the near ultraviolet the far older violet the extreme ultraviolet and even higher into X. rain Gamera way we gamma ray ways and that's exactly were NASA's looking and then by the website was looking yes Frank with looking said he is also moving in that direction and steady as everyone starting to figure this out now because when you again when you take the energy part of the equation the Bose Einstein in in over many hammer stating to us we need to be looking at higher energy signals and so NASA's video cameras on the space shuttle which all this footage of the tether was taken on this special camera that is kind of a basically taken off the shelf video camera in the soup it up kind of like you would use of a hot rod car to see into the near ultraviolet light spectrum so when something only shows up in the ultraviolet light spectrum it means the entirety of the object it means every single atom is vibrating as pure away form energy in a spectrum of energy it is this actually radiating with so much energy that we can't see it that's exactly what in regards to abandoning him as saying where we should be looking to detect such a signal and that's exactly where these you oppose are showing up so all right so how are they explaining this now when he started to find the waterfalls only showing up in the ultraviolet spectrum going into the five thousand miles an hour hitting our opera hitting hitting or a parameter doing thirty five thousand miles an hour I went oh my god this these this meets the criteria of on unidentified flying objects and for what we should be looking for and then I got in the middle of this huge debate between Lou Frank all these other scientists and doctor Joseph knew the third the head of astral chemistry at NASA trying to find a with these things Warren and that's where it all began what we ended up with was a war on one hand Frank really did appear to be seeing giant water balls entering our atmosphere but on the other hand there were so many of them and they were showing up in infrared which they should we showed me they were highly quantized phenomenal objects and then news was pulling his hair out of his head because he said it with this many objects impacting our atmosphere no satellite nor the spatial has a chance of surviving days let alone years that these were actually naturally occurring water boulder or what are now called small comments and and so there's a huge disagreement the only answer in the end that I could come up with him in the debate was that these water balls were being intelligently directed around the satellite and that was the only way we could describe how they are the only answer to explain why they are hitting out of like having them well I is it so hard to imagine after all there's a very strong theory that that's the way life was seeded originally on earth water is the matrix of all of life it is you that every living thing is made of water and then the other part of the problem was that water cannot survive the transition space not small amounts of water like this right without burning up under the intensely hot rays of ultraviolet and gamma rays and X. rays if in fact it shouldn't even be here so then I postulated to news that the only possible answer is that they had a phenomenal membrane around them kind of like a radiant barrier let me explain to people what a radiant barrier is in space the temperature at the temperature of space is minus two hundred and seventy three degrees so it's freezing but as soon as you have a gas liquid or solid exposed to space above the atmosphere it basically gets bombarded by cosmic rays from our son in from other stars and you get temperature so because you're getting temperature on the water at such a high degree the water should theoretically burn up it shouldn't have arrived here so the only way to protect anything in space satellites this this the space shuttle or.
"earl van" Discussed on DISGRACELAND
"Fat tony nearly swallowed the vote of his cuban when the mexican went down and three featherweight was locked lose but he didn't now black jack was about to make batman two hundred lighter thought about smacking the kid around but it wasn't his fault he didn't know he's supposed to go down three he just fought hard nearly punching above his weight winning but taking a beating in the process before connecting them inspired right the mexican down for the count after the fighting featherweight stood outside the rec centers staring at the poster stapled telephone pole on one side there was picture duke ellington advertising upcoming concert of his in detroit on the other side of the same promoter advertising upcoming fight on another night and so next to the duke there was a picture of the heavyweight sonny liston the difference between the two men couldn't have been more stark ellington was sophisticated refined real look like he was going somewhere listen the beat up bruce british and despite his ferociousness like he wasn't long for this world the young featherweight berry gordy like everyone else had heard the rumors about list that he was owned by the mob controlled by guys fat tony and black jack the two imposing impeccably-dressed italian sitting ringside for his fight earlier that evening barry didn't know if they're true or not it seemed like the only way for a boxer get a shot was in partnership with working for wise guys told you when to stick window man this is getting your shop like like sonny liston eat nothing battered thousand years stare and berry wanted no part of it he made up his mind on the spot hyun work for noman QB's boss more like sir duke distinguished going places bastards domain music seemed like the right racket mix himself up in so berry gordy quit boxing and opened a record store it took almost no time before failed in so berry needed to do what he had to do to get by in detroit in the nineteen fifties there were plenty of honest blue collar jobs to be had but they were square jobs with bosses never again berry stop lying to himself that he would live that life and he wasn't going back and so he stumbled into what a lot of enterprising charming black men from the city did back then he used his charm to put together a stable of women and trick them out it wasn't quite duke ellington but it was a job and he was his own boss running girls started to bring some cash and berry tried sacking it away when he could using what little was left over from surviving to finance his dream of making it i'm out in the music business owning a record shop was out so his next endeavor was to write songs writing songs was easy pimping it's not very lack the killer instinct necessary to succeed he was an easy going pimp and let his girls come and go as they pleased refuse to beat on them to keep in line as a result the money was strictly small time until it was non existent but his hustle out on the street had brought him the time he needed time to me smokey robinson it is new songwriting partner and lover the gorgeous classically trained renault lillies ray for short very in raised local hits with smokey jackie wilson merv johnson only for buried hungrily terrapin royalty checks and find the more three dollars and nineteen cents for produce sing smokey robinson and the miracles was joke smokey said berry should start his own label and lucky for berry gordy family set aside safety things every month for real estate and business investments less lucky without the unanimous consent of the family nobody could withdraw sent so everyone home but he didn't ask them to invest he asks them for a small loan just enough for one pressing of record to prove his pen his ear and his stories about the music industry and they said yes so long as he paid interest berry with eight hundred dollars now in his pocket was relieved but nowhere near as elite is ray who unbeknownst to bury tricked herself out a short time ago for a measly seventeen dollars to put food on their table with this meager invest mint tricking the pimping in the fighting all seem to settle in as part of their past and the future finally looked wide open race soon married berry in part because she had what he had in any means necessary approach to entrepreneurship in the sense that whatever raham berry had to offer the world was meant to have if it wasn't destiny it was at least spotting they're lean and shooting their shop they could see their future like it was already real massive success based on tearing down the walls between rb and between black and white a world where they didn't work for anyone a world where they were their own boss or more accurately berry was boss the plucked that vision from their heads and put it into the world at the same time it felt like a magnet near future pulling them forward north star and with eight hundred dollars there's a new record even prescott it was also for the moment mirage barry bought the house on west grand boulevard hicksville USA nineteen fifty nine it was the mirage brought to life their projection made real very gorgeous manifest destiny outside it was the picture of success but inside where the sausage was made it was a stone cold hit making machine very new the opportunity would only be here once and he wasn't going to mess it up unlike the girls you ran when it came to running a studio very gordy ran a tight ship in that first year alone the label released fifteen singles two years later nineteen sixty one they released fifty one in one thousand nine hundred sixty three they released seventy seven and this was not volume for the sake of volume these were radio dominating hits eventual classics the standards of today can i get a witness by marvin gaye heat wave by martha and the vandals two lovers by mary wells you'd they get a hold on me by the miracles when the love light starts shining through his eyes by the supremes fingertips by stevie wonder cetera the FBI agents five clocking the surprisingly successful young black man's every move smelled a rat this guy was dirty had to be how else could you explain his success plus they knew about his mafia connections through his days as a boxer they wondered what was really going on inside that house on west grant they couldn't see beyond the outdoor but if they could they would i seen the desk of genie bradford the receptionist working on her own songwriting past her set the swab martha reeves second harry to head of motown and our mickey stevenson as well as gatekeeper to the office of rate known as mother motown ray and mickey would fly in and out of the hall and their offices checking in on maxine powell who handle motown's finishing school for new artis that's right a finishing school after berry's family had made good on their seedlings they insisted he hire maxine after they'd heard that smokey and the miracles got booed off the apollo stage for bumping into each other during their act it was money well-spent various gordon's it'd be heard pacing around the floor above where they now ran accounting in manufacturing the sturdy industrial gears of the business and the smell of the soul food that miss lily cook for lunch every day at one o'clock walked up the stairs from the kitchen but the now legendary motown magic happened in the studio garage the sad sack staking out the joint from outside ben so lucky it seemed drummer benny benjamin in basis james jameson laying tom jameson supposedly developed his heavy sound replicate the look of a well endowed woman's buttocks bounce down the street the other funk brothers has the motown musicians that come to call themselves included eddie chiang willis joe messina robert white on guitar johnny griffith joe hunter earl van dyke kind he's mike terry and hank cosby on sax jack cash for bongo brown america she it was a never ending murderers row the best jazz and blues ask all that in periscope view out of the studio into the upper floors of 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"earl van" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Could check out his patriots at boxing fan of power. Both me and Mike wearing boxer fan of paranoia shit about boxing shirts. Go check it out. We go to Jesus in LA talk to me these moved on up. We own up. Danny garcia. He hear me. Danny Garcia over Mikey Garcia. I think he's gonna mean I mean Mike. He goes gonna the a lot more than what he had against Spence. I think he should have thirty. I won't forty seven with a top ten not the best that one forty seven. Agreed. I think he I think he should stay at one forty. I think he, he should've started at the top ten fighters. I mean really? Not a name, then it really doesn't do anything for you. If you came in and it's like guys or then now on the. Would not struggle or you probably wouldn't prepare you to fight Earls bands or get identify with anyways. But by him going Earls vans, gives them a chance to. Yeah. Yeah. I agree with that. But mike. Where does he go after this? If you lose it. So you So own you go. own go back to one forty you always call out a Shinko being Sammy. It's not an option for for Mikey iron. No san. Yeah. But it Mike you lose stock was down, like who's really going to watch them, having to go forty Forty seven. seven. I mean look at it. Nobody has picked Mikey to go up and be early. I mean, maybe people with, like the same way with guys fight. He's not supposed to be naturally bigger guy who's been fighting the way clad for years. And this is your second fight. So it's like I say is like a, a win win, but it's not going to be a big detriment to his career as we think. I have I have done. He goes over Mikey. I agree with s. How many people had Mikey over Earl now Mikey? And everybody's like I haven't really heard people say Mike is going to be Danny..
"earl van" Discussed on Tales of American History
"About other kinds of deaths that you ran into their suicides. We've we've talked about that. But they're also episodes like Earl van Dorn general Earl van Dr give us a little everybody a little background about Iran Doran era, van Doorn was one of these real colorful individuals, and you know, the descriptions are some of these generals is as much fun as individuals themselves and George Pickett for instance, supposedly wearing perfumed ringlets. And and Earl then Doan was very much a, ladies man and very much a a real character. And he is ultimately going to be brought to his end by a dalliance. We'll say it that way. So that if you're a pro Earl van Dorn person, you can say they're mitigating circumstances about what he may or may not have done or if you're an anti Earl van Dorn person you say, well, he got what he deserved. Can pick whichever one you want. But but he was a shot in the back of his head by an enraged of a husband who had felt like he had he had taken liberties. And that you know, he deserved to be to have to answer for those. And so one of those tragedies for the civil war in the sense that this general is not killed in a combat situation. But by jealous husband who then rides off the union lines against some people would say that he knew what he was doing. And did it more for the union cause in for for being an outraged husband? So you can go through the list of those things, but friendly fire of all kinds results in the deaths of individuals who are again, not brought down by opponents but brought down by their own comrades. And so again, it can be a misidentification in a battle situation. It can be dual gone wrong or dual situation and and trans Mississippi. See I think one of my colleagues made the comment that the a lot of generals went out there to die. Seem seemed always get into these affairs of honor. And then some of them are one or more of them would be killed in the course of those affairs of honor. And sometimes it doesn't work out that way, and you survive guess, you could laugh to see another day. But sometimes very tragically of the lives are lost. You know, we talked about the some of the generals one of the famous instances in in in Louisville Kentucky at the Galt house is is William bull Nelson being killed by Jefferson, Columbus, Davis and Davis will sort of wiry little fellow. And then big bull Nelson who couldn't say one sentence without three curse words in it for a hundred and sixty. Gentleman. And I guess you figured if you're going to get into a situation of fight or a ruckus with somebody. You better be armed in that situation. If you're the skinny persons, and so and Davis shoots bull Nelson down. And again, there's outrage, but it's in the middle of a campaign, and so other things caused that to go away and Davis does not get reprimanded or anything done to him. And he continues to be in the service afterwards. So it's it's just one of those unusual things in my book, the war hits home that I was mentioning a little bit about southeastern Virginia. Michael Corcoran, who is a fiery Irish general is ours. Born general in the union is going to kill a soldier an officer who confronts him on a picket line and demands the countersign, and he feels like I'm so famous and well known or ought to be and certainly on. I'm not somebody ought to question that he took overwhelming offense Biden and ended up shooting down this fellow officer who died of the wound and it stirred up a rebellion. There was a one of the lesser known. But really good union generals. Agawam? George Washington Getty ends up basically stepping in or the union in the face of confederate movement through the region when the attention really should be on other things there was a mutiny. And there was very nearly the this break-up within the union forces over this death. That was again, totally preventable. If cooler heads, prevail and Getty's able to get the mutiny squelched while they're still trying to figure out what to do James long street and the confederates but a year a year or so later Corcoran's horse falls on him and crushes him and kills him. So again, you know who? Accidents of all kinds of broken Stirrup here or a horse racing and camp one chaplain is is rundown in in camp by someone. That's just raising his horse. Threw camp will initially and takes him out. So, you know, there's almost if you can think of it somebody had something like that happen to I've often been fascinated with the bull Nelson Jefferson, David Jefferson, c Davis con confrontation in the Galt house because we still have a goal town. And but here's a case where I mean, it's just a cold blooded killing. Yeah. In the in the lobby and you're right. I mean, Jefferson Davis never comes to Justice with that. But he's got powerful people with. I mean, Oliver Morton governor of Indiana is certainly going to tell the Lincoln administration. Don't you dare touch that man? If you want troops out of Indiana, you leave him alone. I mean, and so that's the deal and Davis. Goes through the war. You know in command and oboe Nelson rest up there in Maysville one thing about being a person that not I just want to say, maybe not the most popular individual either. So if you're a person who's made a lot of enemies, not a whole lot of people are going to mourn, if something that is because he did he made a lot of enemies. Nelson. And he got that name. It was well deserved. Well, they're they're there yet others we've got deaths in prison camps. Right. Tell us a little bit about those. It can be anything that you can imagine from the conditions. The weather the food the exposure. And this can be in southern prisons can be a northern prisons extreme cold conditions for men from the south that are not quite as a prepared for those one way or the other in this in the south. Of course, Andersonville is notorious, but prisons all across the south suffered from shortages and all kinds of of difficulties that plague not only the the men in the camps the guards. I mean, so there were times where conditions weren't much different for people outside than inside. But I from disease and malnutrition and all of those things that you'd expect to sometimes just guards doing whatever. Regards wanted to do the there were rumors at sometimes it seemed as if God was almost going to get a promotion to another level if they shot a prisoner because they seem to want to do it and the deadlines it existed in places like Andersonville chief you cross that deadline. You could be struck down someone who simply couldn't take it anymore. It's another form of suicide step across knowing that that might happen. But there were places where they would be a building that you were told do not come into the window of that building. And sometimes a guard would not ask questions, and if you happen to appear in the window, they took a shot, and it might result in the death. And so any again number of things that you could imagine might happen for men who are really vulnerable and Kaba prison, which is a prison that had a terrible habit of flooding in high water could create again conditions that a man may or may not be able to to extricate himself. Selma. And then what's worse courses? The terrible story. The cell Tanna afterwards where prisoners from Andersonville and Kaaba and had already been through enough. Get on a steamboat on their way, home, and the steamboat is massively over burden overladen, and and a boiler explosion and fire, and and all kinds of things occur that throw men into the water and caused them to you know, have to fend for themselves that they're going to have any chance at all. And then the explosion itself, the skulled ings all those things it would happen there that are just indicative of steam boat transportation. I don't know how to tell you there were there were almost sixteen hundred deaths on the cell town. That's more than on the Titanic. So it's it's ironic that one of the things we know almost in our culture that we think there's one of the tragedies and is a tragedy that is an iconic tragedy of this other of tragedies. Also, that's. Scale that type of scale. We have a memorial stone here in Lexington in the old a Piscopo burying ground on third street to a victim of the sultana. So there was one boy from this town who died on on that. And and here you have finally released from prison and gets his far as boarding the sultana on the Mississippi River and dies in a just are horrible death with fire as you say scalding drowning. Story that almost reminds the USS Indianapolis, and that's right. That's in the second World War.
"earl van" Discussed on Tales of American History
"A Lieutenant Hickman. And I began looking at them closely and these passes were in the handwriting of Ulysses grant, remarkable, and he had apparently pen these out himself while she was standing in front of him and along with the Lieutenant, and it did say on the lieutenant's pass that once he safely got her to Saint Louis that he was to return to Vicksburg because he was paroled. Confederate soldier and she then took me to another room and showed me a photograph of this Eugene Irwin in his uniform. And then a photograph of his wife Josephine Russell Irwin. And we talk for a little bit about all those items. And then she said to me. Well, you know, I have one more thing. I'd like to show you, but it's in the bedroom. I said Lou, that's that's just fine. I trust you. She was a bird now. She was she was a funny lady who I adored, but we went into the bedroom. And they're on the on the bed was laid out the van Dorn pattern battle flag. That was carried by the sixth Missouri infantry. Tell us what van Dorn pattern loops light has of strange looking thing people these days think of the confederate flag as being your typical Saint Andrew's cross that get so much controversial talk about it. This is known as the van Dorn pattern, and it's it was prevalent only among troops west of the Mississippi River, Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri and its name for general Earl van Dorn who commanded troops in the trans Mississippi at the beginning of the war. And all the way up through the spring of eighteen sixty two and what it looks like is a red flag. It has thirteen yellow five pointed stars. Five in a row. Two rows on one on top of the other and then three at the top. And then in the left upper quadrant of the flag is a crescent moon also yellow and then the flag is bordered by a yellow wool French. I mean, it looks like a flag that would come from Syria. I can only imagine what that must have what like in MRs Simpson's day. Let me tell you. There are only four of these known to exist and three of them are two of them are in the museum used to be called the museum of the confederacy enrichment is now the American civil war museum and then another one if I'm not mistaken is. In the Louisiana history museum. And but unlike those other three this is the only one that is absolutely identified to a unit. And the reason is so identified is that in the middle of the flag is stitched a piece of linen. And on the linen. It reads. Sixth Missouri infantry. And
"earl van" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation
"Follow me on Twitter at Michael kissed NFL, vets K, I S T here with me to break down the quarterback situations around the league and in the draft is QB one in my heart. He is Mark Scofield follow him on Twitter. At Mark's go field, Mark. How you doing brother? I'm doing better than say Charlie casually for that way. We're going to get into that. And we're going to get into that. But having a little bit of better week than a ham though. That's probably a pretty low bar. It is March seventh and for her store. Go reference today, I was going to go down the road and get into like battle fatigue at battle. Josh jackson. But then I realized that look as tiresome as the time Lanc can be at times, it's not like sitting in a trenchant dealing with trench foot and lice and Josh in and shell shock. So instead of going down that road, and we'll just point out that on this day in eighteen sixty two the battle. Of peerage or the battle of Alcorn tavern was fought which was a major battle of the American civil war near lease Lee town, which is northeast of Fayetteville Arkansas. And this believe it or not was one of the few battles in the US of a war, which a confederate army, outnumbered. It's opponent. However, the confederates did lose the federal forces led by Brigadier General Samuel r Curtis move south from central Missouri. Drove confederate forces deep into northwestern. Arkansas the committed forces were led by Major General Earl van Dorn who decided to sort of split his army in half and now in mortared warfare that might make some sense but back in those days Spinney army and half typically ended about as well as Charlie casualties week. You know, and I think about the time line, and I think, and I think about what kind of experiences that is for me. I'm often reminded of the battle of canal. I almost want there. That's hannibal's double envelope ads that they were. They just slaughtered the Romans after crossing the Allison. And all that. And every everyone knows that story. But the time line beset on all sides by the takes in the idiots and bless them. They're doing their best. Meet it is issued exhaustion. Yeah. That's why you're like almost Don rewatching game of thrones. Like three half weeks, you're working through the so quickly you're gonna need. It's going to be like, April first, and you're like, I need to rewatch get thirteen days to do it. And I'm going to get it done. I could probably turn through the books right now to at the pace that I'm going you'll finish the books again before George RO, finish another one could certainly say that, you know, and it's funny too. Because my God man, like, I just I I don't wanna be on the time line on the time because like especially right after the combine we were like man post combine Twitter is just terrible all the all the players that you never talked about that you've loved this entire time. Just had just so happened to test really really well. Right. And now you're digging into their affiliates that works, but then again, though, pre free agency Twitter has asked you to hold its beer here. We are now wondered if owed L is going to be a Brown by the end of the day. If Antonio round is going to be a raider by the end of the day. Josh Rosen apparently is going to be a garbage man by the end of the day. And I can't take it anymore. We're going to get into Rosen and everything that's going on in free agency. Mark quick news before we forget and get into quarterbacks at all of that. The details on eagles guard Isaac c Malo is deal are out. We're going to get into all of that on the next kissing so elect show here in the next couple of days. But here's how Benjamin select described it in this lack chat to me. Just now, quote, we promised to keep you on the roster in two thousand twenty if you make it so that we can have you very cheap as a starting guard the following two years who we can then cut with no penalty if you suck. So that's how that's going there. Joe banner on Twitter added. This is. Of the worst contracts for a player I have ever seen..
"earl van" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Of websites win radio dot com Talking. With somebody before the break but a guy named Bob the bum that took me. Back we're talking lavonia slash Detroit maybe sixty. Three sixty four sixty five sixty six that era but you know what. Else used to happen back down. And we should talk about we talked about this before on the show I don't know how many people will remember a club. Called the village the village was on Woodward avenue if you know anything about Detroit back, in the day. Could actually walk. Down the street without getting shot or raped or both but there was a club down there that was an all black kind of after hours rhythm and blues join beer there so they can step open real. Late and the the band was comprised of lot of the people that were part of. The Earl Van Dyke thing that would go out on the road, and tour with motel And they had. Various accident would come through there some Motown cats and kittens would show up but it, was mainly people. Like Jean Washington. Nolan strong people like that lot of our guys and and it was a review man had happened well Fridays and Saturdays it'd be open 'til you know we'd be there till three or four in the morning And The village was just an. Outstanding I'm sure a lot of big cities had this kind of thing going. On this was true, American not got taken over at one. Point it got shut down taking over, again what's called the. Sea and Johnson Claire tried to make it into something which didn't. Work but back when it was the, village, oh, man this was the place to, be and I know I didn't smoke weed at the. Time thank God I didn't I probably, would become a Bob. The bump but anyway do you could smell it throughout the place. Thinking back on it and it was. Truly, a. Really cool place to hang out now At one point I was in a bar. In Taylor. Us plan. At a bar with my band, the witch. Doctors and, this guy shows up and we started talking it turns out he's he's there because he's a big fan of my public radio show And. We were talking about the village and he said oh you were the other white guy Be, my best friend and our girlfriends and then him and his his girlfriend. But it was a it was a black club at at that was just white. Hot music. And back then it was no big deal to go. Down to places like that hang out and of course, you, would pick up chucker barbecue ribs And take home oh, Detroit it was such a cool place, back that's that's a really cool place, great place to grow, hang up I don't wanna get into that I'm just I'm free associated. Now kind of waxing nostalgic after thinking about Bob the bum oh by the way. To point. Out to our last caller and and this is true Americana you can't you know you shouldn't be doing this stuff. No you should be doing your homework you should be paying attention, in math, class but when we, when we couldn't locate. Bob the, bum we would go to the car. Wash on Plymouth road right there. By next to the. Toot and. Which became the n. w. or. We will go down to the one that was up on near Farmington and, we get, the, guys in the car washed by us beer buy them some beer and anybody Uber I wanna talk about. A guy named Chris Murphy a guy that. Wants, me off the radio he wants. People like me after he wants my ilk, off the radio what he wants us conservatives, off the, radio as does Debbie Dingle you know we cannot let w dingo get elected again in November we can't screw this up we can't enough is enough farm community snap out of it quit acting stupidly and. Supporting Debbie Dingle we know she's giving you a free stuff through, the knock, it off knock it off The chicks communist. A complete moron Senator Chris Murphy probably working hand in hand with w stabbing off calling for social media monopolies to do more to take, down one more than one website Stemming to Justice piece how many of you. Through the rest of it just watch me now he what he's meaning is to take, down more websites he was more people Sam blessed enough to whip. He's he's commenting on Alex Jones and his info wars being taken down off. A YouTube Facebook and. Twitter info wars is the tip of a giant iceberg I've hate and lies that use a sites like Facebook. And YouTube determination apart. This is Murphy talking, this is a sitting United States Senator these companies must do more than take down one. Website by the way let's stop right there let's say for example. That Alex Jones was a democrat and Alex Jones being good democrat was supporting the Klan that's what Democrats do supporting, the clan and had that going on he still has a right. To be on the web anyplace else. He wants to. Be if, you don't like it turn it off if you don't like it walk away from it that's not what Alex Jones is doing not even close in fact he stands against all That stuff This goes on to say, this this, this fascist Chris Murphy Senator, from Connecticut. No doubt personal friends has a cell phone and w stamina and Garry Peters the survival of. Our democracy depends. On it somebody's tell this guy that we're not a democracy that they love to throw. That around. Sounds good? Doesn't it that's another emotionally charged word if. You will A dog whistle for. The communists democracy Democracy. What we are no native in close you believe that info wars is the tip of. The. Giant, iceberg of hate? And lies yeah no you know what the tip of the iceberg of hate and lies in the fascist, that wanna take people down that say things that they don't like first amendment Serta protect that first amendment is. There to protect the most heinous speech the kind that you hate the kind that makes you maybe. Lay awake at night and Bengal man I wish I could. Get that guy that kind of speech that's what. It's there to protect its original intent that's that's the best intent ever and all, the land as far as I'm concerned and. That's what the forefathers had going. On but Murphy doesn't understand, that Murphy by the way this, bastard who's a Senator out of Connecticut probably probably doesn't know anything about the constitution by let. Me jump into something here real quick whereas I want to get that stat Survey forty, percent of Americans could not name a single first amendment right I bet Senator Murphy can't yeah. We'll get to that in a bidder Obviously what Murphy sees here's an opportunity to go around. The, first amendment to kill free and open speech he disagrees worth and to accomplish. Us at that using social media giants as as hit squad now. This is massive when, you think about it because this is becoming, the norm this. Is the norm that has put forth by the. Zombie media this is the norm put forth by education institutions, or? Lack thereof education's public school. It's, institutions in the United States of America They talk. About hate. Speech, remember Ted Kennedy was one of the biggest proponents of banning hate speech what does that mean hate. Speech means I want band what I think is as an ethical to my big state bureaucratic. Lockdown, on everything now they would they would say no no hate speeches where you're. Insulting homosexuals or you're you're using the n. word on black people. Blah blah blah blah, blah no hate speech hate speech to them, as anything that. Doesn't further the leftist psychotic agenda that's it Much of what I, do on a radio would probably be characterized, by the, psychotic, fascist, left. As hate speech, but it ain't it's freedom of speech and you know what it's we. The thinking It's don't hurt people and don't take their stuff Jack conservatives now find themselves once again and the precarious position, of being at the mercy of just, a handful of companies? Twitter Facebook apple YouTube Pinterest whatever that is it's what does that and what Murphy and his left-wing confederates want is to crush speech to control the flow, of information to strangle certain ideas in the crib. And to use these monopolies as a way to go back to the good old days when the left-wing establishment fully controlled, the, dissemination, of, news This is a post by who put this out. This is John Nolte, John Breitbart he's. One of the good guys you always wanna read a John not post anyway what this is about Alex Jones the what's the house the saying go they came, for the Presbyterians and I did nothing they came for and finally.
"earl van" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Has contacts that the san francisco police department her late husband was a homicide inspector for years his partner without sergeant on the force and seemingly happy to provide judy with some information she said honey your father's name is earl van best junior and he gave me his social security number his date of birth his place of birth and his mother's maiden name at the end she she said honey there's information in your father's filed that he is not going to share with you just hearing my father's name for the first time was just so overwhelming to me i was just thrilled to to have his name in my mind is soon by that little caveat adding care as it turned out that file and the information and that file would certainly become a very critical part of of my story gary's distracted by one other thing the sergeant has just sent him an email now of an all dmv photo from 1960 to have his father and this picture starts downloading on my screen and from top to bottom the first thing i see is how much darker his hair is in mine and my son's looking over my shoulder and in the next thing i noticed was his eyes dave just look lifeless i mean knowing motion and zach says that he looks like a serial killer and i'm i'm like no he doesn't you know wanting to be protective of this photo this father that i'd never met never seen so here i am looking at a d v photo of my biological father for the first time but i go back to the the is it looks seoul lewis like there's no soul you know they say the the soul the the eyes are the key to the sold the window to seoul i think that's what they say but it is true why the look in but it's okay you know that didn't determine i'm just thinking this a picture is my father i'm going to go find it but the first thing gary finds is that his father died twenty years back ooh but i still i still had enough i still wanted to find out more about his family and see what they knew see how much they knew about me see what they knew about him so i didn't give up.
"earl van" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Seemingly happy to provide judy with some information she said honey your father's name is earl van best junior and he gave me his social security number his date of birth his place of birth and his mother's maiden name at the end she she said honey there's information in your father's filed that he is not going to share with you just hearing my father's name for the first time was just so overwhelming to me i was just thrilled to to have his name in my mind juice zoom by that little caveat adding care as it turned out that file and the information and that filed would certainly become a very critical part of of my story gary's distracted by one other thing the sergeant has just sent him an email of an all dmv photo from 1962 of his father their and this picture starch downloading on my screen and from top to bottom the first thing i see is how much darker his hair is in mine and my son's looking over my shoulder and in the next thing i noticed was his eyes they just look lifeless i mean no emotion and zach says that he looks like a serial killer and i'm i'm like no it doesn't you know wanting to.
"earl van" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Help gary and turns out she has contacts at the san francisco police department her late husband was a homicide inspector for years his partner with our sergeant on the fourth and seemingly happy to provide duty with some information she said honey your father's name is earl van best junior and he gave me his social security number his date of birth his place of birth and his mother's maiden name at the end she she said honey there's information in your father's filed that he is not going to share with you just hearing my father's name for the first time was just so overwhelming to me i was just thrilled to to have his name in my mind is soon by that little caveat adding care as it turned out that file and the information and that file would certainly become a very critical part of of my story gary's distracted by one other thing the sergeant has just sent him an email of an all dmv photo from 1960 to have its fath their and this picture starts downloading on my screen and from top to bottom the first thing i see is how much darker his hair is and mine and my son's looking over my shoulder and in the next thing i noticed was his eyes they just look lifeless i mean no emotion and zach says that he looks like a serial killer and i'm i'm like no he doesn't you know wanting to be protective of this photo this father that i'd never met never seen so here i am looking at a dmv photo of my biological father for the first time but i go back to the the eyes it looks seoul lewis like there's no soul you know they say the the soul the the eyes are the key to the soul the window to seoul i think that's what they say but it is true y the look in but it's okay you know that that didn't determine i'm just thing in this a picture is my father i'm going to go find him but the first thing gary find is that his father died twenty years back ooh but i still i still had enough i still wanted to find out more about his family and see what they knew see how much they knew about me see what they knew about him so i didn't give up he urges duty to contact your friends at.
"earl van" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"Once again dan aykroyd and david's rita gentleman welcome back we're talking about these balls of water or i suppose if they were in space iit's a water when they get here crashing into earth david yes okay those will we left off i'm david you um you were you were in correspondence with dr new now how did you find out about the research which which was revealing knowledge of the huge all the water coming the into the atmosphere and and avoiding satellites of avoiding shuttle them at somehow seemingly being directed at what what what was the origin of an after study maybe we'll rate equally at a night boat nineteen 85 is scientist named after lewis a frank who was operating on satellite they could be into the ultraviolet light bedroom i'm incidentally the ultraviolet light backstrom is a spectrum of light that we can't the humans but because it's too high in energy for us to see um they had developed a camera there were looking into the upper specter of white and frank star detect these moving object ill were quite large and moving in entering our atmosphere and they were always showing up any ultraviolet light spectrum something that no one in the history of space scientists ever ever ever observed before normally when you take a a picture of an object if i have any gas liquid or solid object faith i can take a picture of it in an infrared which it heat a spectrum of light is lower than the human i can the and then you could also take a picture of it indivisible spectrum which we can see whether eyes but did with something completely different nasa was looking at something that was always showing up into the into the near and far ultraviolet that immediately queued my attention for a particular reason i have to backtrack a little bit in nineteen eighty nine out speaking with dr earl van landingham who was then nath.
"earl van" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Once again dan aykroyd and david's rita gentleman welcome back we're talking about these balls of water or i suppose if they were in space uh iit's a water when they get here crashing into earth david yeah okay that's where we left off david you um you were you were in correspondent with dr new now how did you find out about the nasser research which which was revealing knowledge of the huge ball the water coming into the into the atmosphere and and avoiding satellites and avoiding shuttles and mm at somehow seemingly being directed at what what what was the origin of enough the study maybe we'll rate agree at a midnight boat nineteen 85 is behind his name dr lewis a frank it was operating um satellite they could be into the ultraviolet light backroom um incidentally the ultraviolet light backstrom is the spectrum of light that we can't the human but because it's too high energy for us to see um they had developed a camera that were looking into the upper specter of white and frank star detect these moving object there were quite large and moving and entering our atmosphere and they were always showing up any ultraviolet light spectrum dumped no one in the history of space scientists ever as ever observed before normally when you take a picture of an object if i have any gas liquid or solid object in space i can take a picture of it in an infrared which is heat a spectrum of light is lower than the human i can see and then you could all so take a picture of it indivisible spectrum which we can see with our eyes but did with something completely different nasa was looking at dumping it was only showing up into the into the near and far ultraviolet that immediately queued my attention for a particular reason we'll have to backtrack a little bit in nineteen eighty nine speaking with dr earl van landing him who would then nath.